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Oct 26, 2006 - Oct 30, 2006   Orioles Scout Team
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Roger Dean Complex - Jupiter, FL
Tyler Mann
OF 6-2 190   L/R

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Jul 03, 2006 - Jul 09, 2006   All Star Baseball Academy
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East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Tyler Mann
OF 6-2 190   L/R

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Jun 16, 2006 - Jun 18, 2006   10-White
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University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, AR
Tyler Mann
OF 6-2 190   L/R

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Tyler Mann is a 2007 left hand hitting outfielder from Princess Anne HS, residing in Virginia Beach, VA. He has a long, lean, sinewy strong build on a plus 6'2" 190 lb. frame that looks a bit longer than that listing. He should continue to grow into his body and has a chance to really emerge this coming spring as a top round prospect. Mann flashes that much ability and was ranked #68 among PG National Top 100 position players. Just setting up at the plate Mann looks like a player. He starts with an open stance, with hands held high. His plate coverage is good and he is aggressive to the ball. Mann has good bat speed and hands that work well, sometimes very well. He swings with balance and has good timing. The ball at times comes off Mann's bat very well, providing glimpses of his future power, which is above average. He could be a monster bat waiting to happen. In the field he is a good athlete and a solid corner outfielder type. His arm is probably best suited for left field, but his range is good for either corner. Mann ran 4.50 home/1st with a 7.14 60 that could actually get lower in the coming years as he adds power and explosiveness to his core area. Most of what he is and does is quite projectable, including his body. Mann is a good D1 prospect that likely would make a big impact by his sophomore year but he is also a solid projection type professional prospect. He would seem best suited to go to college and give himself the chance to develop into an upper round talent in a few years.
PG Grade 9.0




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Nov 17, 2005 - Nov 21, 2005   All Star baseball Academy
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Roger Dean Complex - Jupiter, FL
Tyler Mann
OF 6-2 190   L/R

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Aug 16, 2005 - Aug 18, 2005   Cedar
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University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, NC
Tyler Mann
OF 6-2 185   L/R

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Mann is a 6-2, 185 lb junior outfielder from Virginia. He has a projectable, angular body but doesn't seem to have added much strength since we saw him last summer. Mann ran the 60 in 7.46 and threw 78 mph from the outfield during drills. Mann hits with a long rock back load at the plate with a smooth swing that generates some bat speed through the zone. He was consistently late and behind the ball duing both BP and game at bats and didn't seem to have any zip and strength in his hands to drive the ball. Everything works well with Mann's swing up until the point of contact and he will improve quickly as a hitter when he adds some strength in his hands and forearms. He's a promising young hitter who should be followed closely.
PG Grade 6.5




Jul 05, 2005 - Jul 10, 2005   All Star Baseball Academy
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East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA
Tyler Mann
OF 6-2 190   L/R

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Aug 09, 2004 - Aug 11, 2004   Navy
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Duke University - Durham, NC
Tyler Mann
OF 6-1 175   L/R

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Tyler Mann is a young 2007 prospect from Virginia Beach, Virginia, with a very high ceiling as a prototype left handed hitting right fielder. Mann is 6'1", 175 lbs. with a lean and very projectable body that is not hard to see ending up at 6'3", 200 lbs. Mann hits from a spread, balanced stance with a silky smooth swing that shows very good extension and loft. During batting practice Mann concentrated on staying inside the ball and showed an advanced ability for a young hitter to move the ball around the field while staying within himself. During the games Mann unleashed his power/pull swing a couple of times, and although he didn’t make solid contact, his swing was fun to watch from a scout’s perspective. If the work ethic and drive are there, Mann could become an excellent power prospect. Mann’s other tools are solid for a sophomore. He had good throwing mechanics and arm strength from the outfield and ran 7.41 with a long, balanced stride. Very Good Follow!
PG Grade 8.0