Ryker Schow
Ryker Schow
Ryker Schow




Pleasant Grove (HS) • UT
6-0 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Mountain West Baseball Academy & Team Utah


2023 National

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A BYU commit and All-Tournament team selection at last summer's PBR Future Games, Schow put himself on the map and shortly thereafter, committed to BYU, after receiving his offer prior to the Future Games. A strong game player, that’s metrics also translate to game play. A 6.97/60, which recorded a high of 6.84 at the Future games, but also plays well in game, as he takes aggressive tight turns around 1B, and looks for extra bases out of the box. An EV max of 95.6 should jump to 100 as he gains the 20 lbs his frame suggests handling. A product of the powerhouse Pleasant Grove program, Schow has a high baseball IQ and shows it in his actions and instincts on the field. Not a toolsy player, but what he is, is what recruiters like, and that's a baseball player that performs and stirs the drink for team success.  


An All-Future Team recognition in LakePoint was well deserved, as he was the catalyst for Team Utah with an high contact 1 and 2 hitter in front of him, Schow would see runners on and double down on the focus and no moment got too big for him. After a 4-4 performance with 3 RBI in Game one, Schow notched 5 hits with 2 2B’s and made all the plays in RF, but it was a play with runners in scoring position playing CF, that he ranges into RCF and left his feet on a slide and made a very nice catch that prevented runs from scoring. Ryker drew interest from a couple of PAC 12 schools and a Big West school at the Future Games, along with a couple of in state offers in tow, Schow will have plenty of options to sort through, heading into his junior season  


Not a big metric guy, but a really good baseball player, who plays hard, shows a solid baseball IQ and plays the right way. Had a really good spring with the bat for the #2 ranked team in the state. Knows how to work a count and take his walks. Needs to cut down on his K outs, but it didn’t affect his overall numbers as they were solid. Started the spring at 2B, and after making a permanent move to RF about a ⅓ of the season in, his bat took off and he was leading force for the 6A state runner ups. Keep his name handy, as he is having a really good summer with the bat and drawing some college attention.  

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