Ryan Och
Ryan Och
Ryan Och




Southern Miss
Chanhassen (HS) • MN
6-2 • 175LBS • R/L


2017 National

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2021 DRAFT San Diego Padres ROUND 7th


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6/20/16- 6-foot-2, 175-pound left-handed pitcher. Lean projectable arm that has gained significant recruiting interest through summer. Easy arm action from mid ¾ slot. Ball comes out of hand extremely clean. Late life on fastball at 82-85 mph. Inconsistent hand/release position on curveball; but flashes avg./above avg. in future. Avg. feel for changeup at 74-76 mph. Easy to dream on, projects very well, with high ceiling.

4/16/16- clean loose arm action. 82-84 mph consistently. Flashed 87 four times when up in count 0-2 or 1-2. Breaking ball had inconsistent shape and command of zone.

3/20/16- 6-foot-2, 175-pound left-handed pitcher. #47 ranked player in MN 2017 class. Lean athletic frame. Simple mechanics, low effort, hides baseball, ball jumps out of hand. Fastball shows life with varying cut and sink at 82-84 mph; touching 87 mph. Has developed consistent slot with breaking ball; 1/7 shape with tight rotation, short sharp break, and lands in zone consistently. Solid feel for changeup; keeps down and way to arm-side. Has made big strides in overall pitching since summer/fall. Strong follow in 2017 class; solid riser in rankings.

9/1/15- Mid/Low ¾ slot. Easy effort on fastball at 78-80 mph. Flashes of heavy run and sink.

7/8/15- 6-foot-2, 170-pound left-handed pitcher. Projectable body. Will add considerable strength to lower half. Throws from mid ¾ slot with tons of late life. Has deception on front side and is extremely tough to pick up out of his hand. Fastball was 81-83 mph with upper echelon late movement. Inconsistent release point and break on curveball at 60-61 mph. Guides his changeup at times; flashed multiple that were avg/ok with late run at 70-72 mph. Och is a High Follow entering his junior year; with coaches looking for improved breaking ball. Overall fastball is very intriguing.

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