Ryan O'Sullivan

HS Grad 2008
Age 27 and 8 mos
Age on 2008 Draft 17 and 9 mos
Position(s) RHP  IF
Ht/Wt 6-1, 180 lb
School  Valhalla
Hometown  El Cajon, CA USA
Summer Team  ABD
Fall Team  same
MLB Draft 
Round 4 by Dodgers in 2011
Round 10 by Giants in 2008
All Americans/All Regions
2008 Rawlings-Perfect Game 1st Team All-American (California - All Region 1st Team)
National Rank - Class of 2008
Ranking Last Updated: Jun 04, 2008
Position - RHP
90+ on the hill, can run, outstanding bat, athlete, projects, showed big potential on the mound at Aflac and PG WWBA Jupiter
CA State Rank - Class of 2008
Ranking Last Updated: Jun 04, 2008
Position - RHP

4 yr Commitment
San Diego State

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2007 National Showcase   Jun 15, 2007
PG Grade: 10
Ryan O'Sullivan is a 2008 RHP/SS with a 6'1'', 180 lb. frame from El Cajon, CA who attends Valhalla HS. He has an athletic, angular build with broad shoulders and some present strength. O'Sullivan is one of the top 2-way prospects in the country and was named an Aflac All-American. On the mound, he has a big leg kick to start his delivery and a busy, complicated delivery that he is athletic enough to repeat. O'Sullivan has a long, fast arm action with plenty of extension. He gets very good running and sinking action on a fastball that was consistently in the 89-91 mph range. He threw a slurve type slider at 77 mph with good depth and had a nice change up at 80 mph with some sink as well. He looks like a ground ball machine who doesn't have a plus pitch but who pitches low with life. As a position player, O'Sullivan projects at third base. He has a very good arm and can run and field on the move with plus body control. He lacks the range to stay at shortstop down the road. At the plate, O'Sullivan has a loose, easy swing with length and extension for future power. The ball comes off his bat hard and he has easy bat speed. Like many young hitters, O'Sullivan will have to keep working on the timing of his swing. He's a top athlete who could end up at the highest levels on either side of the ball. Selected to 2007 Aflac All-American team.
PG Career Progression
Best PG Grade: 10.00
2.00 improvement beginning on Jan 20, 2006
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Percentile Rank among grad class in the recorded year

FB 92 mph
97.00% Rank
best 97  avg 83
 (2008 class in 2007)

best 97  avg 83
 (2008 class)
60 6.85 sec
92.39% Rank
best 6.17  avg 7.37
 (2008 class in 2007)

best 6.17  avg 7.44
 (2008 class)
IF 86 mph
92.64% Rank
best 95  avg 77
 (2008 class in 2007)

best 95  avg 76
 (2008 class)
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