Devan Harmer
Devan Harmer
Devan Harmer
Devan Harmer
Devan Harmer




Clearfield (HS) • UT
5-9 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Salt Lake Gulls BBC


2022 National

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What hasn't been said by me, that hasn't already been said before about this young man. There are many players in the state, that have been offered before this kid, and he should have been one of the first offers made to a top JC or D2 school. The kid can play and has been a model of consistency for the better part of the last year. A .420 hitter as a junior, garnering 2nd Tm All-State honors, Harmer is a leadoff type, that is patient and has a discerning eye at the plate and works a count. Will ambush a pitcher at times early in the count, trying to sneak a FB by him, and he will smash it on a line. An instinctual defender in CF, that reads balls off the bat really well and takes solid angles and routes. Will leave his feet to make highlight type plays and saves runs, by running balls down. A 6.8-6.9/60 consistent runner and as well has been stuck on the gun at 87-89 from the OF at all events. A West Coast Games alum, that should have an offer and soon. 


One of the bigger mysteries as to why a top ranked JC or D2 program hasn’t already bought into this kid! All he does is perform as he hit .420 as a 2nd Team All-State CF with avg speed at 6.8-6.9/60 and an arm reaching 87-88 mph on his throws from the OF. A fluid arm with on the money accuracy and the ability to steal bases and cause havoc on the base oaths, Harmer led off for me in the inaugural West Coast Games and is the best uncommitted player on the board in the ‘22 class. Somebody needs to jump this kid as they are getting a plus makeup and high IQ player that will perform and transition to the next level nicely. 


Harmer put together a .420 season with 11 2B’s, 3 3B’s and 3 HR at Clearfield HS in the spring, which went virtually unnoticed into a 2nd team All-Region nod. My question is who were the other OF’ers and I hope they are committed to schools, because with those type of numbers and the athleticism Harmer displays for the next level, he was underrated for sure! Devan came to our July Summer ID and yes he performed well with 87 mph throws from RF and a sub 7.0/60 and sprayed LD’s to all fields. He continued much of the same at the West Coast Games with the same arm strength in the workout and got out of the leadoff spot for Team Utah. There is some chase at times up, but a lot of solid players do this as well, but he is patient and works a count and shows off speed recognition. Reminds me with his compact inside/out stroke and small stature to Angels 2B, David Fletcher. He can run’em down in CF with solid jumps and reads off the bat and can leave his feet and go airborne to make the highlight reel play as well. Not blessed with loud tools, but he can run and throw and is a solid baseball player type with bat control and will do what is necessary to get on base and busts it down the line and gives you a hard 90 each and every time and looks for extra bases. Colleges keep an eye on this kid as he does the things that winning players do. 


One of the bigger surprises at the Summer Prospect ID. Devan ran a 6.97/60 and was the event leader with an OF arm of 87 mph and put up an EV of 93 mph. From a short slight athletic build, Harmer showed present strength and the ability to square up the baseball with a short compact LD hitting approach. Defensively he showed solid glove actions on his approach to the ball with a fluid arm stroke and plenty of one hop easy carry through the bag. The type of player that projects as he continues to mature and add muscle and additional size and strength to increase his metrics. Harmer had a fantastic ‘21 spring season as he put up a .420 BA in 102 PA’s with 11 2B’s, 3 3B’s and 3 HR’s. He played errorless ball in the OF in 27 games and was 8/8 in SB’s. I look for even greater things from Devan next spring and is a definite next level player at any level of college baseball. He drew some positive comments from one D1 head coach and recruiting coordinator in attendance. Want to see more of Devan in the fall at our next event. 

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