Tanner Craig
Tanner Craig
Tanner Craig
Tanner Craig

CLASS OF 2017

1B
2B

Tanner
Craig

Evansville
Austin (HS) • IN
6-0 • 220LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Ironmen Baseball

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10/18/15:  6-foot, 195 pounder ran a 7.44-60 and was 78 across the diamond.  Solid defender at 3B with fluid feet and a clean exchange.  Sure hands, makes plays.  At the plate hits from an open setup.  Possesses quick hands and bat speed from a level path.  Gets to extension.  Back load.  Good use of his lower half.  Present power to his pull-side.  Recorded a high exit velocity of 89.  

6/25/15: The 6-foot 198 pound corner infielder ran a 7.45 60 yard dash.  Tanner produced a 87 mph exit velocity.  He hits from an open setup with fast hands and a level swing that regularly gets to extension. Loads back with an arm bar. Displayed good use of the lower half with good balance.  Present pull-side power.  At 3B, hands are above average and footwork is fluid.  Throws had carry at 78 mph.  Behind the plate, he has good feet and decent arm speed.  Tendency to pop out to the left leaving the crouch.  Pop times were 2.22-2.3  Catcher velocity was 74.

7/3/19: At 6-foot 220 pounds, Craig has a physical build with strength in his swing. He hits from an open stance with good rhythm in his hands and an abbreviated leg kick that allows him to provide some power. He produces plenty of bat speed, which will continue to develop with his physical maturity. Through 92 at-bats, he is hitting a robust .326, with an OPS of .927. Craig has shown the ability to get on base so far this summer while doing damage, even though his strikeout numbers from the spring (64 SO in 197 at-bats) and the first half of the NWL season (28/96) are a bit concerning. (DeGagne)

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