Tyler Davis
Tyler Davis

CLASS OF 2024

RHP
3B

Tyler
Davis

Owasso (HS) • OK
5-10 • 160LBS • R/R
Travel Team: PWP Oklahoma
2024 National

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7/14/20

Tyler Davis: RHP/3B, (2024) Owasso, OK. 5-foot-7, 160-pound athletic frame. In the box, Davis had a max exit velocity of 78 mph. Started in an athletic open stance with a controlled load, then used a toe tap to start his swing. Bat speed was some, displayed upward swing plane and high finish. He found some barrels with some loud contact. Pull side approach. Behind the plate, produced pop times of 2.18-2.28, he produced a position velocity of 69 mph during throw downs. Athletic in the outfield, his throws to the bases were maxed out at 80 mph; shows consistent feet, a quick exchange and sure hands. Showed a ¾ slot with a loose arm action. In the 60-yard dash, recorded a time of 7.53. Athletic on the mound, showing good arm speed he used a long arm action and a ¾ arm angle. Up-tempo type pitcher who uses some effort. He has even shoulders with athletic balance point. Lands square with an athletic finish. Changeup (69-70 mph), slider (70-73 mph).Produced a fastball that came in at 80-83 mph; showed running action and some command.

4/28/19

A 5-foot-3, 153 pound proportional frame. On the mound the right-hander works from a deliberate delivery with a short leg kick before gliding down the mound slowly. Arm action is long, loose, and quick in the back before coming through a ¾ slot with whip. Fastball sits 75-77 mph with some life and some strikes. Curveball shows 10/4-11/5 shape with occasional tight spin at  66-69 mph. Change shows some fade at 65-66, some strikes.

4/28/19

A 5-foot-3, 153-pound frame. Offensively, the right-hander hits from a squatted stance, starts open and strides open to swing. Hands work off the back shoulder and slightly down to start swing, tendency to work away from front shoulder and hip, long path through the hitting zone. Lift in the swing, drove baseball middle and pull side. Defensively, OF shows average actions with hands and feet playing through the baseball. Throws with long arm swing coming through at ¾ arm slot at 76 mph.

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