Bryce Palumbo
Bryce Palumbo
Bryce Palumbo
Bryce Palumbo

CLASS OF 2020

SS
2B

Bryce
Palumbo

Strake Jesuit (HS) • TX
5-9 • 150LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Twelve Baseball

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07.25.17 - Palumbo has a lean, quick-twitch frame at 5-foot-8, 132-pounds, with plenty of room to fill out as he continues to mature. Overall good feel for the game and plays hard. What he may currently lack in strength, he more than makes up for with fundamentals and awareness. The right-handed hitter has a neutral stance with his hands in a good position over his back shoulder with a positive bat wrap. Late rhythm, quick leg lift into a short stride. Inside-out path with good bat-lag and life in his hands. Barrel stays in the zone a long time with good barrel-whip through his finish. Opposite field, contact approach with more bat speed to come in the future. Went 1-for-2 during the game with a sharp single through the right side and a rollover groundout to shortstop. On the infield, Palumbo has quick feet and a fundamental fielding position with soft hands and good glove action. Shows feel at shortstop, creates momentum to follow his throws, plays through the ball, long gather to throw from a quick, high-¾ arm stroke at 77 mph across the infield with accurate throws and average carry.

07.18.17 - Palumbo has a lean, quick-twitch frame at 5-foot-8, 138-pounds, with plenty of room to fill out as he continues to mature. Overall good feel for the game and plays hard. What he may currently lack in strength, he more than makes up for with fundamentals and awareness. The right-handed hitter has a neutral stance with his hands in a good position over his back shoulder with a positive bat wrap. Quick rhythm and load into a short stride. Inside-out path with good bat-lag and life in his hands. Barrel stays in the zone a long time with good barrel-whip through his finish. Opposite field, contact approach with more bat speed to come in the future. At shortstop, Palumbo has quick feet and a fundamental fielding position with soft hands and good glove action. Creates good momentum to follow his throws, plays through the ball well as he gathers into a quick, high-¾ arm stroke at 77 mph across the infield with accurate throws and average carry.

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