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Jan 08, 2005 - Jan 09, 2005   Orange
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5-Plex - Player Development Complex - Ft. Myers, FL
Ryan DeLaughter
OF RHP 6-3 215   R/R

60yd
6.99
40
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94
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1B
C
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92
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92
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74
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Ryan DeLaughter is a 2005 outfielder/right handed pitcher from Corinth Texas with a very strong MLB type body at 6 ft. 3 215 pounds. His entire body shows good strength and he generates pro level bat speed. He is a pure power hitter and hit rocket shots all weekend. He hit one towering home run to left that did not land until after he hit the next pitch. He has good bat control and can hit the ball out to any part of the park. The ball explodes off his bat and makes a different sound than most other hitters. He has very good outfield skills with a solid glove and good range. He has a fast arm and a quick release and threw 94 mph from the outfield with accuracy and carry. He pitches from a 3/4 slot with a high leg kick. His fastball topped out at 92 mph with good run. His curveball ranged from 72-74 mph. Ryan is the total package that will succeed at any level, and has the highest level draft potential.
PG Grade 10.0




Aug 05, 2004 - Aug 05, 2004   
  

Cal Ripken Stadium - Aberdeen, MD
Ryan DeLaughter
OF RHP 6-3 215   R/R

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Jul 25, 2004 - Jul 27, 2004   Navy
  10

Baylor University - Waco, TX
Ryan DeLaughter
OF RHP 6-4 215   R/R

60yd
6.98
40
OF
94
IF
1B
C
Pop
FB
90
Range
90
CB
75
SL
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79
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Ryan DeLaughter is a 2005 OF/RHP from Corinth, TX. We see DeLaughter play as often as any high school prospect in the country, so we’re very familiar with his tools and hard nosed approach to the game. He threw 94 from the outfield, 90 mph from the mound, ran 6.9 in the 60 and crushed the ball in BP in Waco, but that’s what he always does. One thing that DeLaughter really did well at this event was hit. He saw a lot of junk from the mainly Texas area pitchers who know his reputation and instead of trying to lift and drive pitches and showing off his power, DeLaughter did an outstanding job of shortening his swing and lining singles on opportunity pitches. Of course, when DeLaughter hits a single up the middle off a 68 mph curveball, it’s usually around 96 mph off the bat. His bat head skills are much better than most pure power hitters at the same age. DeLaughter threw three innings at the showcase as well and although his future probably isn’t on the mound, he did show his skills well. DeLaughter was 87-90 on his fastball with a sharp and hard 75 mph curveball. DeLaughter doesn’t have the finesse in his pitching approach that he does with the bat, but the velocity and ability to spin the ball are unmistakable. We've seen him throw 92-93 several times.
PG Grade 10.0




Jul 12, 2004 - Jul 18, 2004   Dallas Panthers 18u
  8

East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Ryan DeLaughter
OF RHP 6-3 215   R/R

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Jun 18, 2004 - Jun 20, 2004   Cardinal
  19

Tropicana Field - St. Petersburg, FL
Ryan DeLaughter
OF RHP 6-4 215   R/R

60yd
6.88
40
OF
94
IF
1B
C
Pop
FB
92
Range
92
CB
76
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Ryan DeLaughter is a big strong horse at 6'4/215. He's an OF/RHP from Corinth, TX. With some big time MLB tools. DeLaughter is a power/power player who is one of the strongest high school players in the country. He’s surprisingly agile at 6-4, 220 lbs and profiles out as an ideal strong armed power hitting right fielder although he can also pitch at 90-93 mph. He ran a 6.88 and threw 94 mph from the OF in Tropicana Field. He's a very good hitter with extreme power potential. 2-way guy at any college program in America. Potential high draft pick. Ryan was selected to the AFLAC All American team.
PG Grade 10.0




Oct 24, 2003 - Oct 27, 2003   Dallas Panthers
  3

Roger Dean Complex - Jupiter, FL
Ryan DeLaughter
OF RHP 6-3 215   R/R

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Jul 27, 2003 - Jul 29, 2003   Maroon
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Baylor University - Waco, TX
Ryan DeLaughter
OF RHP 6-2 205   R/R

60yd
6.88
40
OF
91
IF
1B
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90
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DeLaughter is just an '05 grad who showed some very impressive draft tools and ability. He has a nice strong swing showing Major League bat-speed and power. He can hit the long ball with wood and even runs above aveage for his 6 foot 2, 205 pound frame. He ran a 6.88 in the 60 at Baylor. He has a muscular frame but he's still lean and loose enough to be considered projectable. His arm is a plus plus tool. He threw 91 mph from the outfield and that arm works just as well from the hill. He pitched at 87-90 mph and spun a good hard 73 mph curveball. He is a true talent and top 2005 Draft prospect ! Not much Ryan can't do on a baseball field.
PG Grade 10.0




Jul 23, 2003 - Jul 25, 2003   Orange
  13

Baylor University - Waco, TX
Ryan DeLaughter
OF RHP 6-2 205   R/R

60yd
6.90
40
OF
91
IF
1B
C
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88
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DeLaughter is a top prospect with a gifted arm and power bat to go with it. He is an athletic built 6 foot 2 and 200 pounds who ran a 6.87 in the 60 and displayed solid instincts and fielding ability in the outfield utilizing his footspeed well. He showed an above average Major League arm with a rocket throw from right field to 3B and also to home plate being clocked at 90 and 91 mph each attempt. He displayed both hitting ability and power at the plate with wood and took a sensational BP into the games and hit hard line drives and the only Home Run of the showcase off live pitching. It was a bomb well beyond the 375 sign at the scoreboard. Maybe even more interesting about DeLaughter is the ability he showed on the mound and the potential he has as a right-hander for the 2005 draft. He showed a power delivery with a strong leg drive and long stride. His arm is fast and he broke bats with an 86-89 mph fastball on the hands of batters. We have seen him throw his fastball above 90 mph before but he was consistently sitting on 88 mph and hitting spots. His breaking pitch is a slider that he threw around 70-72 mph and he flashed a good change-up at 73. He has a good future on the hill and was possibly the strongest all around prospect in attendance at the underclassmen showcase.
PG Grade 10.0




Jan 03, 2003 - Jan 05, 2003   
  

Terry Park - Ft. Myers, FL
Ryan DeLaughter
OF RHP 6-3 215   R/R

60yd
40
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89
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1B
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85
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Strong build on this big time "05" prospect. Already a plus OF arm and he can pitch. His bat is outstanding. Most known as a pitcher and he will end up throwing in the 90s. You just don't see the ball come off "05" bats that way.
PG Grade 9.5




Jul 26, 2002 - Jul 28, 2002   
  

University of Houston - Houston, TX
Ryan DeLaughter
OF RHP 6-3 170   R/R

60yd
7.01
40
OF
87
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1B
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86
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Excellent, top line, projectable 05 national prospect. Good body and athletic, he even runs close to MLB average already. Strong, he shows hitting ability and power potential at the plate, but his ticket is on the hill. Outstanding arm that threw 87 from the outfield and about that from the mound. A sharp bite to his breaking ball which is more 12-6 than anything. Already 6'3 and still growing, he's a must follow for scouts and recruiters and PG.
PG Grade 9.0