Bryan McAnally
Bryan McAnally
Bryan McAnally
Bryan McAnally
Bryan McAnally




Newark Catholic (HS) • OH
6-0 • 190LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Cincy Flames 2024


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Bryan McAnally: OF/3B, (2024) Newark Catholic, OH. 6-foot, 190-pound. Athletic solid in the box, the right-handed hitter clocked an exit velocity of 89 mph. (70.82 mph bat speed average). (19.02 mph hand speed average). Started in an open stance with a controlled smooth load, then used a controlled small leg kick. Has above average bat speed, loose uphill swing plane and good extension on his finish. Gap to gap approach. Solid in the outfield, his best throw of the day was clocked at 82 mph; shows a natural exchange, soft hands, and average athletic feet. Shows out front glove work. Had decent accuracy to the bag and a compact arm action. During the event, clocked a 60 time of 7.24.   


Bryan McAnally: OF/C, (2024) Newark Catholic, OH. 5-foot-11, 178-pound projectable frame. In the box, the right-handed hitter had a max exit velocity of 93 mph. Began in a balanced stance with a smooth quick load, then used a small leg kick. Had a level upward swing plane and above average bat speed. Athletic his best position velocity in the outfield was registered at 85 mph; has athletic developing feet, soft hands, and a clean exchange. Fields the ball one hand, movements laterally were athletic. Behind the plate, he recorded a position velocity of 78 mph during throw downs; had quick fluid footwork, a clean fluid exchange, and soft hands. Displayed next-level catching ability by boasting a 1.96-2.01 pop time. Athletic setup with above average flexibility. 


5-foot-11, 175-pound athletic, projectable body frame. Young, athletic player who can truly play multiple positions defensively. In the outfield he has good footwork while taking good angles to the ball, consistently fielding the baseball on his glove side. Throws with a clean arm action through a high ¾ slot reaching a velocity of 74 mph. From behind the dish he has fluid footwork and a clean exchange. Has respectable arm strength producing pop times of 2.04-2.12 and a velocity of 68 mph. Has similar actions in the infield using his athletic footwork while taking good angles approaching ground balls. Fields with softness to his hands out in front of his body ball skills are above average for his class at this point. Reached a velocity of 71 mph throwing it across the infield. Right-handed hitter with quick hands and present pop off the bat with more to come as he continues to mature physically. Starts his swing from a slightly open stance landing back even at foot strike. Hands get to a good launch position and bat angle before he finishes his swing with a two-handed follow through. Showed the ability to hit the ball to all parts of the field during his round of BP while registering an exit velocity of 93 mph. Ran a 7.83 60-yard dash.


Swing Mechanics: Right-handed hitter that starts in an athletic stance. Uses a toe turn for timing as barrel travels to a near vertical launch position.
Hit: Aggressive stroke on a mostly level path. All fields hitter with some jump off the barrel. Can get to front side a bit early at times but generates impressive jump when he launches from a a balanced position.
Power: Gap abilities.
Offensive Projection: Multiple Roles.
Field: Quick feet behind the dish wish a smooth transfer. Above average catch/throw guy for class.
Throw: Ball comes out well, accurate thrower.
Defensive Projection: C. 

A righty bat that starts in a balanced setup. Uses a leg kick for timing, back leg lunch with an uphill path, generates natural ball flight to the middle of the field, swing offers a bit more strength than speed presently. Would be aided by adding more balance to swing. Natural tools are there. In the outfield he plays with quiet feet in his approach. Fields through the baseball nicely, on glove foot side. Ball skills are developing. Would like to see ball come out of a bit more of an over the top slot out there as he tends to drop to sidearm at times.

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