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Back to the Future: Bryce Teodosio

Trapped in the past on Junior Diamond Prospects...Bryce Teodosio made a name for himself several times over the years as a member of the Simpsonville Stars on our site.

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Year What Junior Diamond Prospects had to say about Bryce Teodosio  
2009 Bryce Teodosio, 1B - Teodosio is unique, in that, he hits lead-off and plays first base (not too often do we see that combination). He has good speed and a nice left handed glove at first. He went 2-3 against the Venom, but unfortunately, he...for more, click here.  
2009 Bryce Teodosio, 1B/LHP - Teodosio continues to impress JrDP with his advanced instincts and feel for the game. Balanced hitting approach and solid lower half mechanics. Rarely swings and misses. Sprays the ball around with some pop, runs the bases aggressively, and...for more, click here.  
2010 Bryce Teodosio, LHP/OF - Unless we totally missed it, we have a "Superstar" in the making in Bryce Teodosio (pictured left). We hate to put the "Can't Miss" tag on someone who bats right and throws left but it's hard not to with this young man. Makeup and instincts are...for more, click here.
 
2010 Trotter Harlan and Caleb Whartan had back to back singles and Bradley Reid worked the pitcher for a walk to load the bases. Leadoff batter Bryce Teodosio then hit a double to clear the bases...for more, click here.
 
2010 Teodosio worked a perfect bottom of the fifth and the Stars extended their lead with three more runs in the top of the sixth. A single by Goodman, an error in centerfield, an RBI single by O'Connell, and a wild pitch helped stake the Stars to...for more, click here.
 
2010 Bryce Teodosio, LHP/1B/OF - We've seen Bryce Teodosio play on numerous occasions and to be honest, he's never had a bad game. Toolsy player who can be positioned about anywhere on the field that a lefty can be put. We've never really thought of him as a pitcher but one thing we did notice when he took the hill this weekend is...for more, click here.
 
2011 Jack Hennessy (Venom) and Bryce Teodosio (Stars) were named the starters for their respective teams in this title tilt. It was winner take all at Heritage Park between two fine 11U teams...for more, click here.
 
2011 Two "Bryce's" were called upon by their respective coaches in their team's first games. The Simpsonville Stars looked to defend their home territory in the first game of the Barn Burner Bash and they sent Bryce Teodosio to the hill in a starting role...for more, click here.
 
2011

JrDP - Do you hope to play college baseball one day and if so, for whom?

BT - Yes, I do. I would like to play for Clemson...for more, click here.
 
2011

Bryce Teodosio and Tyler Lumsden - Two other names that usually make this section for the Stars, Teodosio and Lumsden had only a walk between them in two plate appearances each. Nevertheless, two fine prospects here. Both of them have enough versatility to be moved around later on in their career to...for more, click here.

 
2011

Bryce Teodosio, 1B/LHP - It doesn't seem that long ago that Bryce Teodosio was impressing us as a 9U player. Nearly three years later and not much has changed. He still is impressing us. Teodosio is a fine athlete and versatile enough to play anywhere a southpaw can be put on the field defensively. Today he occupied first base and made several slick plays that...for more, click here.

 
2011

The Stars coaching staff elected to make another pitching change, bringing in lefty Bryce Teodosio from first to the mound. Chase Patterson squeezed in a run with a well placed bunt. That cut the lead to 3-2 and put the tying run on third and the potential...for more, click here.

 
2012

Bryce Teodosio, CF - Teodosio is on track to be one of the outstanding players in his class. Nothing he did today would make us think otherwise. We've seen him primarily at first base and on one of the corner outfield positions but he looks quite "at home" in...for more, click here.

 
2012

The Stars jumped all over Maverick starter Hunter Pitts, scoring four in the top of the first. Bryce Teodosio tripled to right center to start the game. Hunter Smith got him home with a...for more, click here.

 
2012

Bryce Teodosio, OF/1B – We haven’t seen as good an outfielder since Clark Scolamiero (Greenville High) roamed centerfield for the Sandlot Warriors several years ago. Gets a superb jump on the ball and is waiting for most of them to...for more, click here.

 
2012

Bryce Teodosio, OF/LHP – Teodosio is an important cog in the Stars machine. He carries himself with a little bit of swagger and his teammates feed off of his confidence. In a must win game for the Stars on Sunday morning, he was handed the ball in a starter’s role. He has morphed into a pretty good pitcher over time. Arm strength, once a concern, has...for more, click here.

 
2012

The Stars threatened to take the lead in the bottom of the fourth. Bryce Teodosio doubled to the right centerfield gap with one out. Hunter Smith followed with a fly ball to right that was...for more, click here.

 
2012

Teodosio hit Venom leadoff hitter Payton Young in the helmet with the second pitch of the game, not the way you want to start a game against the powerful Venom lineup. But Teodosio retired the next two hitters and Young, after stealing second, was cut down trying to...for more, click here.

 
2012

Bailey then walked Jeremiah Foster to put runners at first and second. But, he recovered quickly and set down Dakota Proctor and Phillip Cole on strikes and then got Sammy Kimel to fly out to Bryce Teodosio in center, leaving two runners left on base...for more, click here.

 
2012

The top of the sixth started out well for the Stars as Bryce Teodosio lined a single to left center off Marchbanks, on in relief of Kelly. But he was cut down trying to steal second by Venom catcher Austin Daniel. A two out walk to Lumsden and a single to left by Jones put two runners on but they...for more, click here.

 

 

Back to the Future: On Sunday, Mauldin HS junior OF/LHP Bryce Teodosio made a commitment to play baseball at Clemson. (Posted on thediamondprospects.com on 2/14/2016)

 

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