Lynn threw his fastball in the 88-90 mph range in this outing, though he's been a tick faster than that in the past.
He's got some sink on the fastball.
He throws an average curve.
His changeup also grades out as average.
He really commands the strike zone well.
A good competitor, he really knows how to pitch.
Lynn is a big right-hander who is kind of built like Joba Chamberlain and will have to watch his conditioning.
Excellent command, knowledge of how to pitch, outstanding makeup and competitiveness on mound.
He doesn't have a true out pitch, with average stuff across the board, and he'll need to stay on top of his weight.
Lacking great pure stuff, Lynn is a level behind the elite college arms in this Draft class. But he makes the most out of his average offerings with excellent command, a knowledge of how to pitch and a real competitive streak on the mound. He's done a good job of maintaining his weight this year and will have to continue to do so as a pro. He won't wow you, but he's the type who could be a solid innings-eater who presumably won't take long to be big-league ready.
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