FL Preseason All-State Spotlight: Bryce Einstein

Phil Kerber
PBR Florida/JUCO Wire

The Florida Preseason All-State has quickly become the premier Preseason event in the state of Florida. Over the first two years there have been over 100 committed players in attendance and counting. This event is held for the top 2019s-2022s throughout the state to kick off the Prep Baseball Report's spring high school baseball coverage. 

We will begin to spotlight each and every player in attendance. Today, we examine RHP Bryce Einstein (Canterbury, 2019). The Lipscomb commit is currently ranked No. 170 in Florida's Class of 2019.

You can request your invite, register and check out the full current roster HERE.

Bryce Einstein

Class of 2019 / RHP

Player Information

  • Graduating Class: 2019
  • Primary Position: RHP
  • High School: Canterbury
    State: FL
  • Summer Team: Florida Burn Platinum 2019
  • Height: 6-6
    Weight: 195lbs
  • Bat/Throw: R/R


75 - 77
72 - 73
67 - 69
INF Velo
Exit Velo

Scouting Report

07/28/18- Lipscomb recruit. Long, lanky, tall frame standing at 6-foot-5, 190 pounds. Still room to fill out. Drops down and throws out of the low ¾ to sidearm slot, creating plenty of deception and tough angles on hitters, especially right handers. Knows how to keep the ball low and away, his off speed stuff has late movement. Induced multiple weak fly outs during his time on the mound. Fastball mostly sat in the 75-77 mph range along with a 66-67 mph breaking ball that showed slurvy action, tailing out of the zone along with a 73-74 mph changeup that showed sink. Einstein has continually shown at multiple events now the ability to keep hitters off balance and get outs. Should be a able to make an impact at the next level out of the bullpen.

01/27/18- Lipscomb recruit. Currently stands at 6-foot-5, 185 pounds with a tall, projectable frame. Stood out during his time on the mound where he struck out four batters during his two innings. Drops down and throws out of the low ¾ slot and creates tough angles on right-handed hitters with deception in his delivery. Fastball mostly sat in the 75-77 mph range with tailing action and keeping it low and away along with a 67-69 mph sweeping slider that shows depth and late action. 

6/22/16- The 6-foot-4 180-pounder is lanky and lean with a lot of room to grow into his body. At the plate, there is some strength and leverage, but he tends to get long through the zone. Being a big kid, as he gets a better understanding of his body and continues to get at bats, Einstein should become more consistent in staying short to the baseball which will generate more power from the big frame. Defensively, Einstein was a little stiff but made all of the plays while topping out at 66 mph across the infield. On the mound, Einstein dropped down and threw from the side showing a fastball ranging from 66-69 mph with some sink as well as a slider at 59 mph.

8/5/15 - 6-foot-3, 175 pound first baseman/pitcher with a tall lean loose lanky projectable body. Young body with a lot of upside. Long infield actions with solid mechanics. Occasionally fields ball deep in stance. Athletic stance at the plate with little to no stride. Short quick stroke with slight load and little separation. Some lift in bat path with balanced finish. Still very young. Will be interesting to follow as his body starts to fill out.

6-foot-3, 175 pound first baseman/pitcher with a tall lean loose lanky projectable body. Young body with a lot of upside. Side armer with a short loose arm. Pushes ball a bit. Lands in line with a bit of an upright finish. Fast ball has tailing action at 65-66 mph. Curve ball is a sweeping slurve at 56-57 mph. Occasionally gets under it. Very young projectable kid.

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