Ryan Flynn

High School Anderson University
NCAA Eligibility Number : 1207912558
ACT : 27
SAT : 1980
SAT Math : 620
SAT Writing : 710
SAT Reading : 650

Sport : Baseball
RECRUITED BY : AFC Committed Athletes
Height : 6'3"
Weight : 215 lbs
HAND Right
AB 99
OB% .424
60 YARD 6.85

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Player: Ryan Flynn

Position: RF

School: Anderson University (SC D2)

Arm: Ryan has a legit RF arm in the outfield. Hit 92 on the gun in RF.

Speed: Runs well for a right fielder (6.97 at pro day)

Bat: Flynn is a strong kid that had big time raw power in his bat. Even when he doesn’t square the ball up he hits it hard. Open stance gives him great power to the gaps, tendency to lean on outside pitches but his baseball iq allows him to feel and make adjustments. Over swings at times for added power even though there is plenty of juice in his bat.

Defense: He doesn’t fly in the outfield but he makes the routine plays. His plus arms makes him a huge threat and holds runners from taking the extra base.

Baseball iq: Not only does he have a great baseball iq, but he is an excellent student. In high school he had a 4.68 GPA and currently obtains a 4.0 at Anderson University.

Flynn’s biggest strength is his bat. He has the ability to make the field look small with his big time raw power. His high school region is known as one of the best 4A regions in the state of South Carolina and he hit better against the stronger pitching. He is a D1 prospect that has potential to find himself on some big league radars his Junior season.



Dear Coaches,

My name is Ryan Flynn and I’m a 6’3, 215 lb. outfielder/RHP from Myrtle Beach, SC. I am currently a freshman student athlete at Anderson University, a D2 school in South Carolina.

While in high school, I played varsity all 4 years and started on varsity sophomore through senior year, mainly batting cleanup. I was the 3rd Baseman my sophomore year and Right Fielder my junior and senior years. Senior year I was also the team’s Closer. I was all-region my junior and senior seasons and made the all-state games both years as well. My region was known as the toughest in the state: we were 4A (the division of largest schools in SC) and I faced at least 10 pitchers in my region alone who play either D1 baseball or professional baseball currently. My senior year, I went 2 for 3 with 2 doubles and an RBI off Grant Holmes, 1st round draft pick of the Los Angeles Dodgers who touched 100 mph his senior year and was an All-American. I was also ranked the 7th best outfielder in the state my senior year.

I’ve faced my fair share of excellent pitching and excelled against them, but my greatest accomplishment in high school baseball was my ability to lead my team. We did not have a “Captain”, but I was my team’s unofficial captain my junior and senior years. I was not an outspoken person, but I led by example. I never pitched a single inning before my senior year, but due to our lack of arms, I stepped up and asked to pitch. I ended up becoming our closer and struck out over 20 batters in 15 innings while only giving up 2 runs and finishing with a 4-0 record. I did whatever my team needed me to do and that is what being apart of a team is all about, playing your role.

Throughout high school I was recruited by mainly D1 schools in the ACC, Big South, and Southern Conference, but I committed to The Citadel, Military College of South Carolina, a D1 school in the SoCon, just before my senior year in high school. I went there for a few days and realized it was not the school for me before classes began. I had to make a quick, gut decision on my next college in a matter of 48 hours and chose Anderson the morning classes began at Anderson for the Fall semester.

My grades are very important to me as I graduated high school with a 4.68 GPA and currently have a 4.0 in my second semester of college. Academically, I will finish my first year of college just 9 credit hours shy of being an academic junior.



Ryan Flynn

Committed to : Siena

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