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CLASS OF 2020

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Dylan
Strickland

Georgia Tech
Loganville (HS) • GA
6-1 • 180LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Georgia Roadrunners

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2020 National

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3/09/20

Georgia Tech commit. Avg frame with proportional muscular development. 5-foot-10, 170-pounds slope shoulders athletic build. Defensively:  quick first step shows good range. Aggressive angles to the ball fielding position hands can get deep occasionally but hands play very good. Glove to hand exchange is excellent gives him big play making ability, goes to his back hand with confidence. Offensively: leads off, has good, patient approach, good strike zone recognition.  Works count, good ball in play contact with 2 strikes. Overall heads up player with big play abilities defensively.

2/17/20

Georgia Tech commit. Avg frame with proportional muscular development. 5-foot 10, 170-pounds slope shoulders athletic build. Defensively:  quick first step shows good range. Aggressive angles to the ball fielding position hands can get deep occasionally but hands play very good. Glove to hand exchange is excellent gives him big play making ability, goes to his back hand with confidence. Offensively: leads off, has good, patient approach, good strike zone recognition.  Works count, good ball in play contact with 2 strikes. Overall heads up player with big play abilities defensively.

Good frame with broad sloped shoulders, Strickland stands in at 6-1/180.  The word steady comes to mind watching him move around.  He shows solid approach and good bat to ball skills.  The DNA of his swing is good, but he can get hard to his front side at times.  Defensively he shows all the requisite actions; ball goes into his glove clean and shows the footwork and athleticism to stick, and will make all the throws necessary to man the spot for the Jackets.  There is a reason shortstops get locked up by colleges early these days and it is apparent here.

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