Brenton Doyle

CLASS OF 2016

OF
RHP

Brenton
Doyle

Virginia Military Institute
Kettle Run (HS) • VA
6-3 • 160LBS • R/R

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2016 National

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2016 State

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2019 DRAFT Rockies ROUND 4th
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6.10.16:  Doyle is tall and has a projectable frame. He covers a lot of ground in the outfield and has a good release and a strong arm. At the plate, he has a quick, short swing and showed a good approach, using the entire field. He is fast, running 4.06 from the right side on a grounder to short.

5.30.16:  Doyle has a tall, athletic, projectable frame. He gets quick breaks in the outfield and takes good routes to the ball. He has a good arm, with a position velocity of 92. At the plate, he hits from the right side and has a pull approach with home run power. He is strong, and showed it with a home run that he gator armed and got a bit off the end of the bat, while still having enough power to put it out. On the mound, he has a drop and drive delivery and throws from a three-quarters arm slot. He has a quick arm and works with easy effort at the lower end of his velocity range, needs high effort to hit his top end. Fastball was 81-85, touched as high as 88 with heavy run. Sharp 11/5 curveball 66-68.

Fall Top Prospect Games (UVA):  Doyle is a 6-foot-3, 160 pound, Prototypical Corner Outfielder. He hits from a vertical stance with high hands that generates a ton of torque and bat speed (89 mph Exit Velocity). He does a very good job of staying on his backside while continuing to carry his hands through the baseball. He has a very good center of balance in his swing and utilizes his leverage to create backspin with some loft power.  In the outfield, Doyle was a premium defender. He had the ability to utilize his athleticism to stop balls in the gap, run outstanding routes, and showed elite arm strength at 89 MPH.

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