Arizona – Tyler Booth

5th Annual POWER SHOWCASE International High School Home Run Derby
ARIZONA REPRESENTATIVE

5th Annual POWER SHOWCASE INTERNATIONAL FINALS RESULTS  

PRELIMINARY ROUND

1 Home Run (WB)
Longest Distance – 380 Ft.
3 Home Runs (MB)
Consecutive – 2
Longest Distance – 412 Ft.
Total Preliminary Round – 4 Home Runs

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ACADEMIC INFORMATION 

Millennium H.S. (2011)
Goodyear, AZ

Grade: 12
Grad: 2011
GPA: 2.4

DOB: 10/27/1992

Hometown: Litchfield Park, AZ

Parent: John Booth
13518 W Medlock Drive
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
H: 623-979-5892
C: 623-363-4934
jabooth2@cox.net

Verbal commitment to Arizona State
Recruited by over 40 D1 schools

ATHLETIC INFORMATION  

Showcase State: AZ

Primary Pos: CF
Secondary Pos
: RF
Height
: 5′ 11″
Weight
: 160
Bat Hand
: Left
Throw Hand
: Left
Batting Avg
: .402
Stolen Bases
: 7/7
Home Run Hits
: 11

High School Coach: Michael Jacobs
480-209-8343
coachmjacobs@yahoo.com

Summer League Coach: Rodney Davis
623-363-4490
Dbacks42@gmail.com


INDIVIDUAL ATHLETIC HONORS
 

  • USAA Pre-Season All American
  • All Region
  • Team Arizona in the Sunbelt Tournament
  • The Reds in the Area Code Games
  • 2010 WWBA World Championship – The Rays (AZ Team)


CAMPS ATTENDED

  • ASU Top 50 prospect camp
  • U of A Top 60 prospect camp
  • USAA TPX Top 96
  • Perfect Game


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SCOUTING REPORTS 

Tyler Booth has been involved with us developmentally since his sophomore year in HS. His game continues to evolve, and his talent continues to improve. the best thing I can say about Tyler is he has the type of versatile skills that can help teams win, and has shown he can do it with the game on the line. he’s always had that sweet swing, and with maturity power has developed.

Similar to his makeup on the field, off the field he’s kind, respectful, and determined. Tyler is a good representative for your event, and we’re proud he’s a part of what we’re doing in our baseball community.

Rodney Davis Scout

I have known Tyler as a member of my baseball team as well as a student when I took over the Millennium baseball position in May of 2007. During this time, I have come to appreciate and recognize many of Tyler’s fine qualities as I have watched him mature as a player and a young man. Tyler has had a successful Varsity career as he has been named to 1st team All-Region as a Sophomore and set a school record for home runs as a Junior, by hitting 11 long-balls. Tyler was a leading catalyst in leading Millennium High School deeper into the playoffs than any of its previous ten years. Tyler was able to lead our squad to a 3-2 record in the playoffs and knocked off Arizona powerhouse Chaparral, twice. 

Tyler dedicates himself in the off-season to improving weaknesses. He has continually been able to mature as a hitter as well a student-athlete. Tyler has major league potential and will continue to develop into a 5-tool baseball player. I expect Tyler to continue his domination as the premier outfielder in the state of Arizona.

Tyler is not only a fine baseball player, but is also an outstanding individual and is continually looked to as a leader by his peers. He understands the value of goal-setting and importance of team work; this is shown not only on the field, but at school and within the community. Tyler has the unwaivering ability to handler adversity and is dedicated to improving as a player and as a student-athlete. Tyler realizes success can only come from hard work and approaching each task with a positive attitude and desire to succeed.

I am honored to know Tyler as an individual and athlete. He is a true leader on the field as well as within the community of Goodyear. We look forward to continuing our pursuit of an Arizona State Championship, with Tyler Booth in the forefront.

Michael Jacobs, M.Ed
Head Varsity Baseball Coach – Millennium High School