Connor Boyer

CLASS OF 2014

RHP
3B

Connor
Boyer

Fort Hays State University
Southeast Saline (HS) • KS
6-3 • 185LBS • R/R

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2014 KABC 3A All-State - 1st Team

5/21/14 - Fort Hays State signee Connor Boyer is a 6-foot-3, 185-pound right-handed pitcher for Southeast of Saline HS, a 3A school in Gypsum, Kansas in the North Central part of the state.  He has a tall, lanky frame with plenty of room to fill out.  He starts his delivery from the wind-up with a deliberate, under control tempo before loading up on his backside and using an uphill drop-and-drive type delivery with some effort to it.  Boyer throws with a high three-quarter to over-the-top slot.  He strides slightly across his body and falls off to the first base side during his follow through.  He lacks body control and the ability to repeat his delivery right now but has a fast arm that he relies on to compete and get outs.  We clocked his fastball in the 86-90 mph range with several 88’s and 89’s.  He maintained this velocity over the four innings he pitched in relief on Wednesday (his last eight pitches were all 88-90).  His fastball had late life at times, cutting and running.  Boyer relied almost exclusively on his fastball while occasionally flashing a 73-77 breaking ball and 73-74 change-up, neither pitch stood out in the small sample we saw.  This spring Boyer was used to close out games registering a 3-1 record with two saves and a 0.82 ERA.  He had 34 strikeouts to six walks and gave up seven hits in 17 innings pitched.  With Boyer its all about the future, he’s a multi-sport athlete from a small school that has never been able to totally focus on baseball.  In college he will be able to do this for the first time and with his frame and strong arm it’s possible he could emerge into an MLB draft prospect after 3-4 years.  Scouts often say “you can’t teach 90” and Boyer already has that part down – what he can do with it we shall see.

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