Taylor Archer

Caraway, AR
Commitment: Williams Baptist College
WT:140 LBS
Arm:53 MPH
05/30/2013College World Series Select Training  
03/17/2013National Tryout - Conway (Little Rock), AR  
Taylor Archer Caraway, AR info@factoryathletics.com 855-822-5115
Grad Year:2014Height:5'4Weight: 140 LBS
Primary Pos:RHP Secondary Pos:SSBats:RightThrows: Right
High School:Riverside Summer Team:DDS
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:    4.02 THROWING Velocity:   53 Arm Strength:   38
INFIELD Fielding:   35
PITCHING Control:   35 Delivery:   38 Arm Action:    38
  CR MPH-Range: 48 - 50 Comment:  needs to stay under it and spin/finish
  CH MPH-Range:32 - 33 Comment:  goo offspeed
  SC MPH-Range:46 - 48 Comment:  needs more spin, could improve pitch
RH HITTINGHitting:   35 Power:   38  
OVERALL Class Rating: 7 Position Projection: RHP | SS Evaluations Are Reviewed By CJ Browder
05/30/2013 - College World Series Select Training Taylor continues to develop her skill set as an athlete. She is eager to learn, to develop, and to grow fundamentally as an athlete. During the duration of the event, Taylor made continuous adjustments on the field and at the plate. As a RHP, she has raw pitching talent with potential. Her mound presence and pitchability allowed her to work counts in game situations (i.e., strategized to get ahead and stay ahead when facing hitters) and set the tempo of the defensive inning. Continuing to focus on increasing leg drive, finishing through each pitch, and developing consistent spins with her pitching arsenal will increase velocity and movement. As a SS, Taylor has an accurate arm slot, soft, sure hands when fielding, and consistently accurate double play feeds. Continuing to focus on an athletic pre-pitch position, quick, fluid footwork and playing down and through the ball will increase efficiency and range when fielding. As a hitter, she has a square set up and a short bat path that produces consistent contact. Continuing to focus on implementing a stride and load, utilizing the lower half, and timing will increase power and efficiency at the plate. Implementing a strength and conditioning program will increase agility, athleticism, and endurance. With continued application of recommendations, Taylor will be on track for attracting collegiate attention.