Deja Darby

RHP
Lytle, TX
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Grad:2018
HT:5'2
WT:120 LBS
Throws:Right
Bats:Right
Arm:48 MPH
DATEEVENT ATTENDEDVIDEO
09/15/2013National Tryout - Austin, TX  
01/05/2013National Tryout - San Antonio, TX  
11/08/2012Softball Factory Select Training at Vero Beach  
10/07/2012National Tryout - Austin, TX  
Deja Darby Lytle, TX info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2018Height:5'2Weight: 120 LBS
Primary Pos:RHP Secondary Pos:Bats:RightThrows: Right
High School:Lytle High School Summer Team:Aftershock
Exit Velo n/a Hand Size n/a Barrel Accuracy n/a Broad Jump n/a
Grip Strength Left:   0 Right:   0   5-10-5 Shuttle Left:   0 Right:   0  
RUNNING Home to 1B:    3.90 THROWING Velocity:   48 Arm Strength:   20
PITCHING Control:   35 Delivery:   35 Arm Action:    35
  FB MPH-Range:45 - 48 Comment:  improved fastball command
  CR MPH-Range: 46 - 50 Comment:  needs to snap not bend at the elbow
  RS MPH-Range:47 - 48 Comment:  rolls hand with her arm bent
RH HITTINGHitting:   35 Power:   32  
OVERALL Position Projection: RHP
09/15/2013 - National Tryout - Austin, TX Deja continues to improve and impress on both sides of the ball. She has improved her fastball command in the circle and should continue to work on improving her spins and grips to keep the development of all pitches steady.At the plate, Deja continues to use her speed to her benefit and has also improved her bat path and shortened her swing path to effectively get to the inside of the ball. With plenty of time to develop, Deja has definitely proven herself to be a player worth keeping an eye on.
11/08/2012 - Softball Factory Select Training at Vero Beach Deja is a young, athletic RHP in the 2018 class. Deja worked hard every time on the mound and needs to continue to work on her fastball and changeup command to be more effective changing speeds in the zone and pitching to contact. She has a lot of natural athletic ability and needs to stay focused to consistently use her tools. At the plate, her biggest asset is her speed and she has a developing feel for her short game which will be an important part of her offensive skill set. She hit the ball hard in her live at bats and needs to continue to learn how to use her speed on the base paths. She sees the ball deep and will benefit from improving her extension through the zone to improve overall quality of contact and productivity. Overall, Deja is a good kid and a talented young player whose development will be fun to watch!