Ryan Fish
Ryan Fish
Ryan Fish
Ryan Fish
Ryan Fish
Ryan Fish

CLASS OF 2015

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Ryan
Fish

Jefferson JC
Oak Park-River Forest (HS) • IL
6-1 • 185LBS • S/R

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8/9/14 - 6-foot-1, 185-pound outfielder, strong athletic build. 7.08 runner, laser timed. Defensively showed advanced arm strength from the outfield, 88 mph, with accuracy. Plays through the baseball, aggressive to and through the ball. Switch hitter, balanced stance, slightly more open from right side, showed stringer abilities from the right side, 92 mph exit velocity from the tee, pull side approach right handed.
6/19/14 - 6-foot-1, 180-pound stocky,switch-hitting, outfielder impressed with balanced hitting approach from both sides of the plate.  Shows similar approach from both sides of the plate, hitting from a wide setup with minimal stride, and hands held low producing line drives from gap-to-gap.  Level bat path produces 89 mph exit velocity.  Threw 86 mph from the outfield from long, over the top arm action.  Ran 6.88 in the 60.

4/10/14 - Showed well all around in this game.  The 6-foot-1, 180-pound Fish was 2-for-3 on the day with a Sac Fly, 1 RBI, and 1 Run scored.  The switch-hitting Fish only swung from the left side as he faced all righties. He used his simple approach to square up the baseball in 3 at bats using his hands to work quickly through the zone.
2/16/14 6-foot-1, 180-pound athletic, strong framed, switch hitting outfielder, with well above average foot speed who projects well. Ran a 6.95 60. Defensively, showed solid hands and the ability to get to the ball in a hurry and move downhill. Arm works loose, from a high ¾ slot at 86 mph with excellent carry and strong accuracy. Offensively he swings it from both sides with similar swings and plenty of strength. From both sides he has a balanced stance, uses a short stride and maintains balance through contact. Creates plenty of separation in the swing, creating strong barrel whip and consistently hard contact. As a right handed hitter his exit velocity was 86 mph off a tee. As a left handed hitter his exit velocity was 91 mph off a tee.
10/20/13 - 6-foot, 175-pound strong, athletic, switch hitting, two way player with tons of upside. Ran a 6.97 60 that translated into athletically aggressive routes to the baseball in the outfield with clean feet. Throws with a quick arm at 86 mph with excellent carry. At the plate has very similar swings from both sides of the plate. Quality setup with a short stride and excellent balance. Has an advanced approach with gap to gap plate coverage. Laces line drives with backspin to all fields. On the mound he is just as impressive. Has a tilt and topple delivery that shows repeatability. Delivery is high effort but maintains clean lines and direction. Has feel for his fastball, throwing it 83-84 mph in the bottom half of the zone. Throws a solid changeup with feel, creating arm side run and quality sink at 70-72 mph. The curveball was 61-63 mph.
2/18/13 - 6-foot-1, 185 pound switch hitting two way player. Defensively showed solid blocking technique, recorded 2.26-2.36 pop times, 70 mph from the crouch. Ran 4.22 home to first. Offensively has a balanced setup, uses short stride from both sides of the plate. Showed bat speed from both sides of the plate, dives to the baseball, shows stiffness from the left side. Fastball has run at 80 mph, touched 81 mph. Curveball lacks action, slow, 49-50 mph, changeup has occasional fade, 64-66 mph, lacks control.
As an 8th grader at a PBR Future Prospect Showcase, Fish showed as a solid player in all facets of the game. On the mound, Fish displayed good rhythm and tempo throughout his mechanics. Fish displayed movement on all pitches while operating from a 3/4 arm slot. The right-hander sat at 71-73 mph with a clean arm action. He additionally showcased good downward movement on his change and flashed tight spin on his breaking ball. At the plate, Fish exhibited a short, compact level swing which produced line drives. In the field, he moved well while showcasing good hands and an accurate arm.

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