Dylan Johnson
Dylan Johnson

CLASS OF 2019

SS
RHP

Dylan
Johnson

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
Johnson (HS) • TX
5-10 • 168LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Lights Out Baseball Academy

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06.26.18
Long-limbed athletic 5-foot-10, 168-pound frame with room to grow into his wide shoulders and high waist.  Ran a 6.89 laser-timed 60. Showed bat speed and strength at the plate (95 mph exit velo off the tee). Aggressive swing out of a tall open stance, has a slow and controlled leg kick, is flat in the zone early and has a high finish which creates slight uphill plane in the swing, is strong at the point of contact, and has quick twitch actions in his barrel. Johnson hit the ball hard, especially to left field in BP. In the infield he showed soft hands, a clean and quick exchange, the ability to play on the run and change arm angles with accuracy, and has the arm strength to stay on the left side of the infield at the next level (87 mph). 
 
07.22.17
Johnson appears slightly bigger than his listed 5-foot-9, 155-pound frame. The junior was impressive during the workout portion of the North Texas Underclass Games with his presence the plate and his feel on the infield. At shortstop, Johnson moves methodically, appearing under control at all times with quickish feet, soft hands, and clean exchange into a fast release. His velocity was average at 81 mph across the infield, but the ball comes out clean and has excellent carry with accuracy. He makes the play on the run and can throw from different slots with ease. A right-handed hitter, Johnson has big-time potential with the bat. He starts from a tall, slightly open stance, easy load back with quiet rhythm to land square with balance. Loose hands, quick, explosive hips as he transfers his weight through contact. Short path with strength at contact, ball sounds different off his bat. Johnson produced gap power during batting practice with a loose, easy, high finish of the barrel with more power to come.
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