Ryan Perkins
Ryan Perkins
Ryan Perkins
Ryan Perkins
Ryan Perkins

CLASS OF 2016

OF
RHP

Ryan
Perkins

Murray State
Francis Howell (HS) • MO
6-2 • 215LBS • L/R

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6/9/15 - Perkins is a 6-foot-2 215-pound left-handed hitting OF, runs a 7.04 60 and and had a 95 mph exit velo, one of the tops among lefties in the event.  Offensively, starts open and loaded in back leg, quick bat speed, level bat path, attacks ball, power to pull gap.  Had a pair of singles in game action. Defensively, 86 mph positional velo, best of the event, momentum though catch towards target, quick exchange and release, accurate throws. Recently committed to Murray State.
2015 1st Team All-GAC South Conference - Outfield
6/17/14 - Perkins is a physical 6-foot-2, 200-pound left hand hitting OF.  Perkins posted the top velo in the outfield at 86 MPH and made mostly accurate throws.  He has a quick hand-to-glove exchange and showed the ability to play through the ball with aggressive routes.  At the plate, Perkins starts with an open stance and uses a strong lower have to generate power to both gaps.  He has quick hands and level path with good extension.  Perkins posted an event best 91 MPH exit velo, he ran a 4.30 home-to-first and 7.29 60.   
6/17/14 - Perkins is a physical 6-foot-2 200-pound RHP, and worked a quick inning during the scrimmage of the Top Prospect Games.  His fastball was clocked at 80-85 MPH with late run.  He showed an 11-to-5 curveball with sharp break at 66-68 MPH.  Perkins has a splitter with hard sink at 68-71 MPH.  He threw all three pitches for a strike with a loose arm action and high 3/4 release.  Perkins has a smooth rhythm throughout his delivery with repeatable mechanics.  
6/19/13: Perkins has a projectable 6-foot-2, 190-pound frame and as he continues to progress in his young career, has the tools to be an impact player. At the plate, the left handed hitting Perkins has an open stance and does a good job of keeping his weight back. He uses a strong lower half to create bat speed through the zone, with a slightly uphill path to the ball and some pop in his swing, driving the ball hard to the gaps during batting practice. Perkins had a top exit velocity of 88-mph off the bat. In the outfield, Perkins is controlled to the ball with long, over the top arm action and all throws on a line, recording a top throw of 85-mph, one of the top velocities of the event. On the mound, Perkins shows ability to keep the ball down in the zone and produce lots of ground ball outs. His fastball was thrown in the 76-78 mph range with some arm side movement, while his breaking ball had 11-to-5 shape thrown 65-68 mph

11/11/12: Perkins is a projectable 6-foot-2, 180-pound two-way player. At the plate, the left handed hitting Perkins shows quick hands and fast bat speed through the zone creating barrel whip. When he stayed under control, he showed to be a line drive hitter with some power to the right center field power alley. In the outfield, Perkins is controlled to the ball, taking accurate routes and keeping his momentum toward his target, with some carry on his throws (75-78 mph).  On the mound, Perkins comes from a high ¾ arm slot with quick arm speed and easy effort on all pitches.  His fastball toped at 78-mph, breaking ball (62-66 mph) had late 11-to-5 shape, and split finger fastball had late arm side bite (63-65 mph). Look for Ryan to be one of the top Class of 2016 players as he continues to mature physically.
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