Tanner Strommen
Tanner Strommen
Tanner Strommen

CLASS OF 2016

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2B

Tanner
Strommen

Southwest Minnesota State
Burlington (HS) • WI
6-0 • 175LBS • R/R

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11/10/15 - Verbally committed to Southwest Minnesota State.
9/20/15 - 6-foot, 165-pound, right-handed hitting shortstop with a lanky, athletic frame. Defensively has a short loose arm action from an over the top arm slot with carry on throws. Plays thru the ball with athletic actions and quick, fluid footwork. Clean exchange with soft hands. Threw 81 mph across the infield. Offensively hits from a balanced setup with a short stride and good balance. Loose swing with a fast bat and a level path. Fluid rhythm at the plate. 80 mph exit velocity from a tee. Home to first at 4.50.
2/8/15 - 6-foot, 175-pound, right-handed hitting middle infielder. In the field has a short arm action from an over the top arm slot, and average arm strength. Soft hands, good body control, athletic actions, threw 79 mph across the infield. At the plate has a balanced setup, short stride, and excellent balance. Line drive hitter, good approach, average bat speed, level swing path, with fluid rhythm. 80 mph exit velocity from a tee. Ran the 60 at 7.27.
1/27/13 - Average build, long limbs, 5-foot-9, 135-pound two way player. Solid approach offensively, excellent setup, balanced stance short stride, good balance throughout swing. Bat path is short, shows occasional extension, line drive approach. Shows above average rhythm at the plate. Defensively, arm shows accuracy, high ¾ arm slot, arm action is lengthy. Footwork lack athleticism , runs 4.59 home to first. As a pitcher, delivery works slowly, shows good balance throughout, tall and fall approach, regular effort. Arm works long, wrist opens early. Fastball sits 71-73 mph with slight run and control. Curveball attempts sweeping action, gradual break, loose rotation, 61-63 mph. Changeup showed arm side run at 63-65 mph.
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