Tommy Bell
Tommy Bell
Tommy Bell
Tommy Bell




Old Dominion
Fairmont (HS) • OH
6-1 • 175LBS • S/R


2017 National

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6-foot-1, 175-pound frame. Bell, a 2017 Old Dominion commit, has textbook footwork and elite glove skills. The Kettering Fairmont product stood out for his reactions off the bat, very quick first step, and impressive range. And, he has some serious juice in his arm to boot. At the plate he looks to fit as a table setter at the next level. Swing is compact with some quickness to his bat and he finds the barrel often. Showed the ability to use the entire field in batting practice.

60 Yard Dash: 7.03
IF Velocity: 87
Exit Velo (Wood Bat): 93

5-foot-11, 155-pound thin, athletic frame. From the outfield he uses a good crow hop to gain momentum. Throws from a loose, high-3/4 slot with 85 mph arm strength. At shortstop he shows good rang and clean actions. Fields the ball out in front with a quick transfer and 81 mph arm strength across the diamond. Switch hitter with similar approaches. From the left side he starts open and gets to even. Good, flat swing with 79 mph exit velocity. On the right side he also starts open and gets to even. Good load with flat path and 83 mph exit velocity. Ran a 7.25-60.
5-foot-8, 145-pound thin, young frame with lots of room to fill. From the infield he shows good athletic footwork that will improve as he learns to take better angles to the ball. He uses a short arm action with a quick release reaching a top velocity of 79 mph on his throws. From the outfield he shows good athletic footwork, can benefit from creating a crow hop to add to his top velocity of 83 mph with descent carry. Switch hitter, from the left side he starts with an open stance getting his foot down on time and back to being squared up using a hands back to shoulder trigger reaching a top exit velocity of 69 mph. From the right side he starts with a balanced set up uses a toe tap back and then strides which he uses for timing, uses a down and up hand trigger getting almost to an arm bar reaching a top exit velocity of 75 mph significantly quicker than on the left side. He ran a 4.33 from home to first base. 
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