Ryan Daniels
Ryan Daniels
Ryan Daniels

CLASS OF 2022

3B
SS

Ryan
Daniels

St. Paul (HS) • CT
6-0 • 175LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Ct Grind

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2022 National

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2/16/21

PROCASE 2021

6-foot, 175-pound left-handed hitting infielder. He ran a 6.99 sixty on the laser at the event. The approach is solid in the infield, the feet remain active through the fielding process. The arm is clean, throwing 85 mph across the diamond with accuracy. The bat has a chance to be special, exit velocity of 96 mph. The setup is even in base and he uses a pick up and put down of the front foot as the ball approaches the hitting zone. The path is flat to slightly uphill through contact with the baseball. The hands work freely and he swings an aggressive bat. 

Exit Velocity- 96 mph

INF Velocity-85 mph

7/28/20

6-foot, 175-pound left-handed hitting middle infielder. He ran a 6.72 sixty at the event. The approach in the infield is solid as the hands work and the feet remain active throughout the fielding of the baseball. He threw 83 mph across the diamond during the infield portion of the workout. The pivot was handled easily as he has a good feel on turning the double play. The athleticism is solid and he moves very well left to right. The bat has an exit velocity of 95 mph. The setup is is narrow and slightly open to start. The bottom half pick up and put down is simple. The hands work freely to the ball as the swing is flat and compact to contact. He showed well in both batting practice and in game play. 

Exit Velocity- 95 mph

INF Velocity- 83 mph

2/09/20

New England Procase

5-foot-11, 175-pound, average athletic frame. Put together well for a younger player, hands and wrists have strength to them. A left-handed hitting middle infielder, top tool is the ability to swing the bat. The approach is advanced, all fields approach with enough juice to go pull side. The stance is balanced, feet are even at the shoulders, hands are loose and relaxed, set above the shoulders. The path is level to up, hard contact to all fields, had a tee exit velocity of 83 mph and ran a 7.15 sixty-yard. Defensively, little wasted movement with quick feet in the transfer, threw 78 mph across the diamond, with average arm strength. The hands work, and can turn it from either side of the bag. Projects for me of an offensive second baseman at the higher levels.

Tee Exit Velocity: 83 mph

Arm Velocity: 78 mph

Sixty-Yard: 7.15

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