Garrison Rice
Garrison Rice
Garrison Rice
Garrison Rice
Garrison Rice
Garrison Rice

CLASS OF 2020

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3B

Garrison
Rice

Navarro JC
Hebron (HS) • TX
5-11 • 175LBS • R/R
Travel Team: D-Bat Elite
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Power
95
Exit Velocity (max)
11/04/18
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Exit Velocity (avg)
-
Distance (max)
-
Sweet Spot %
Run
7.17
60-yard
11/04/18
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30-yd
-
10-yd
-
Run speed (max)
Defense
74
INF Velo
6/17/19
92
OF Velo
11/04/18
-
C Velo
-
Pop Time

Positional Tools

2019
2018
60 Yard Dash
7.20
Infield Velocity
74.0
Outfield Velocity
90.0
Power / Speed Score
12.9
60 Yard Dash
7.17
Outfield Velocity
92.0
Power / Speed Score
13.2
Texas Senior Games
Aug 17, 2019
Position
7.20
60-yard
89
OF Velo
93
Exit Velo
Class of 2020 Top Prospect Showcase - DFW (Invite Only)
Jun 17, 2019
Position
7.43
60-yard
74
INF Velo
90
OF Velo
86
Exit Velo
All-State Games (Invite Only)
Nov 4, 2018
Position
7.17
60-yard
92
OF Velo
95
Exit Velo

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6/17/19

Rice is 5-foot-11, 185-pounds, has a lean, athletic frame. Posts solid numbers all around. Clocked a 7.17 60-yard dash, was up to 95 mph off the tee in exit velocity testing, and displayed a cannon with 92 mph throws in from the outfield.

11.04.18
Rice is an strong, athletic outfielder with high end tools at 5-foot-11, 185-pounds. Started the day with a 7.17 60 yard dash. The right-handed hitter starts from an open, stacked stance, then loads with a leg kickas he triggers his hands and keeps his shoulders square, tilted over the plate. Slots the barrel into the zone as his front foot hits the ground, working on an uphill path that created lift and gap power with a top exit velocity of 95 mph. Moves easy in the outfield with confident footwork to cut distance. Plays throught the ball aggressively with a clean, quick exhange into an athletic crow hop. Fast arm provides for plus carry to the dish with a top velocity of 92 mph.

07.01.18
The right-handed hitter has a lean-muscular, athletic, quick-twitch frame at 5-foot-11, 175-pounds. Rice moves well at both third base and in the outfield and has the arm strength to play both positions. In game one, he scorched a couple balls, a single to left-centerfield (4.5 on the turn), and a double down the left field line. Rice has the look of an all-around athlete that will be an impact player at the next level.

10.21.17
Rice has a strong, muscular frame at 5-foot-11, 184-pounds, and posted some of the top statistical scores in multiple categories at the Underclass Games. A right-handed hitter, starts from a tall, open stance, smooth load back using a toe tap as he triggers his hands. Strides forward as his hands stay back, maintaining balance and landing balanced with good separation. Simple weight transfer, generates high end bat speed (94 mph) with his overall strength, ball jumps off his bat with gap power. In the outfield, Rice has fluid footwork and rhythm through the catch with an athletic crow hop. Throws with accuracy from a high-¾ slot with loose arm swing and good hand speed (90 mph). On the infield, he plays with a bounce in his step as works through the ball with fluid footwork and soft hands. Threw 87 mph across the infield with a strong, quick arm stroke from a high-¾ slot. With his overall strength, projectable power and ability to play two positions, Rice will be a valuable addition to a recruiting class. 

01.21.17
5-foot-11, 184-pound, strong frame. The right-handed hitter starts from an athletic, tall, neutral stance. He has a quiet load with a slight arm bar working into a short stride with good balance. Shows good strength at contact with a line drive approach and good extension through contact. Rice, only a freshman, posted one of the best exit velocities of the event at 86 mph off the tee. Behind the plate, Rice throws from a short, high-¾, natural catchers slot with slight length in his exchange. His pop times ranged from 2.02-2.44 to second base at 76 mph.

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