Ryan Bealer
Ryan Bealer
Ryan Bealer
Ryan Bealer




Arcadia University
North Penn (HS) • PA
5-11 • 155LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Hatfield American Legion Baseball


2018 National

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7/20/16 5-foot-11, 155-pound right-handed hitter starts from a slightly open, shoulder width stance and utilizes a short lift-and-replace stride to initiate his swing. Registered an 81 mph bat exit velocity and 3-for-6 in game action with a double while flashing solid foot speed (4.32 home-to-1B). Flashed athletic actions defensively with accurate 74 mph arm strength from the outfield.

2/14/16 5-foot-11, 155-pound right-handed hitter has added to his frame in past year and posted increased measurables across-the-board. Starts his swing from a square stance and triggers his swing with a short lift-and-replace stride. Line drive approach with an 83 mph bat exit velocity will continue to improve with additional strength gains. Bealer ran a 6.88 60-yard dash and displayed accurate 75 mph arm strength from his outfield position. 
9/13/15 5-foot-10, 155-pound right-handed hitter. Starts from a slightly open stance and double-taps his front foot to square. Stays on top of the ball in a mechanically-sound swing with a little bit of top-half dive, but otherwise minimal excess body movement. Would benefit from additional strength gains. Ran a 7.19 60-yard dash and 4.50 in-game home-to-1B time, while posting a 72-mph exit velocity. Defensively, he showcased accurate 73-mph arm strength.

6/15/16 Bealer was the only freshman member of the 2015 North Penn roster that won the AAAA state title. He was awarded the North Penn Outstanding Freshman (Male) for Academic and Athletic Achievement.

3/30/14 Bealer is a 5-foot-9, 130-pound 8th grader that showcased a 64 mph arm from the outfield and 66 mph throws from the infield. Bealer showed fluidity in his defensive actions and should continue to develop arm strength as his body develops. The right-handed hitter utilized a square stance and a short swing path in barreling the baseball routinely during batting practice with a bat exit velocity of 70 mph. Bealer's hands work well but he will need to continue to work on getting to extension to develop additional barrel whip and power.
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