Anthony Rios
Anthony Rios
Anthony Rios

CLASS OF 2016

C
1B

Anthony
Rios

Lewis University
St. Laurence (HS) • IL
5-10 • 190LBS • R/R
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6/18/15 - 5-foot-10, 190-pound catcher, thick build, solid catchers body composition. Right-handed hitter, balanced stance, short stride, minimal loading action, solid balance through contact. Fast bat, strong hands, path is short and level, gap to gap type with occasional pop. 82 mph exit velocity from the tee. Defensively plays with a short, over the top arm action, arm plays online with accuracy. 78 mph out of the crouch. Hands play softly, quick clean exchange, 1.94-2.01 pop times behind the plate. 7.72 runner in the 60.

4.27.15 - 5-foot-10, 190-pound right-handed hitting catcher, stock build, strong lower half. Impressed defensively with arm strength and accuracy behind the plate in pregame and between innings. Pop times stayed in 2.01-2.03 range on a line to second base. Was not tested in game play. Soft hands receiving, impressed with overall defensive ability. Went 2-for-4 at the plate, with two singles, one a line drive up the middle to center field, the other a bad hop to shortstop off Stulas’ chin. Hits from a wide base, crouched setup, very little to no stride, turns from toe in, hands held high, fluid, slightly uphill bat path, a little long at times, but aggressive swing. Ranked No. 151 in IL’s 2016 class.

2.15.15 - 5-foot-10, 190-pound right-handed hitting catcher registered pop times from 1.94-2.01 to second base, 76 mph out of the crouch from long, over-the-top arm slot, average hands receiving. Hits from slightly crouched setup, wide base, short stride, turns front foot in to load hips, holds hands high, little movement loading hands, long, level bat path produced line drives from gap-to-gap during batting practice, 81 mph exit velocity. Ran a 7.82 60.
8/17/14 - 5-foot-9, 193-pound right-handed hitting catcher hits from a balanced setup, short stride, short bat path, barrel gets extension through the zone, with fluid rhythm.  Several line drives in batting practice, up the middle approach with 77 mph exit velocity.  Defensively, threw 72 mph from the crouch with pop times ranging between 2.08-2.22 from short, over the top arm slot.  Ran an 8.12 60 and 5.06 seconds from home to first.
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