6-13 from: - link - IF-OF, Travis Harrison, Tustin HS, Calif, 6'2 220 R/R, runs good underway, solid dead read FB hitter with plus power, consistency vs mediocre pitching is biggest qualm.
6-15-10 from: - http://www.deepleagues.com/?p=1830 – 2011 Mock Draft - 5. Arizona Diamondbacks Travis Harrison 1B, Orange County, CA
6-27 from: - link - Day two at TOS - LF, Travis Harrison, 6'2 220, R/R, strong upper body, arm strength and power in his bat for sure, ran 4.5 to 1b on IF grounder, called a hit? Supposedly ran sub 7.0, 60, but this kids way to the next level will be the bat. It's definitely there and he's slimmmed down a bit since last year, another good indication of progress. Now lets find him a position and see if he can keep hitting.
6-29 from: - Andy Seiler Mock Draft - http://www.mlbbonusbaby.com/2010/6/28/1541924/andys-first-2011-top-50#storyjump - 7. Travis Harrison, OF, Tustin HS (CA)
7-1 from: - http://sullydraft.blogspot.com/ – 2011 Mock Draft – 9. Travis Harrison- OF, Tustin HS
7-1 from: - http://www.mlbbonusbaby.com/2010/6/30/1544396/pats-first-2011-top-50#storyjump – Pat Hickey Mock Draft – 6. Travis Harrison, 3B, Tustin HS (Calif.)
7-3 from: - http://mlb.fanhouse.com/2010/07/03/early-follow-list-for-2011-mlb-draft - from Fanhouse.com MLB Draft guru Frankie Piliere – Travis Harrison OF Tustin HS (Calif.) - Very advanced prep bat. Physically mature w/ big present power and athleticism.
7-3 from: - http://milbprospects.blogspot.com/2010/07/early-version-of-top-50-prospects-for.html - Top 50 - 7 Travis Harrison , OF/3B , Tustin (Calif.) HS
7-8 from: - http://perfectgame.atinfopop.com/4/OpenTopic?q=Y&a=tpc&s=114295945&f=6174069131&m=3221081702&p=3 - My son has played with Travis Harrison for the last three years. He does rake against good pitching and gets handled by mediocre and bad pitching, which leads to make up questions for me. How many aces do you see in the pros maybe one a series, you make your living on the mediocre and bad pitchers. He has a bad body that is going to get worse, doesnt throw well, the only spot for him on the diamond is at first base and then his power does not project as a top notch player. He is a great kid and his team loves him but ask them and man for man will say good player but don’t believe the hype.
7-13-10 from: - http://sullydraft.blogspot.com/ – top 10 high school outfielders: - 1. Travis Harrison- Tustin HS
7-25: - http://www.fanhouse.com/ : - Fanhouse Top 70 Prospects - 9. Travis Harrison, OF, Tustin HS (Calif.)
http://diamondscapescouting.com/articles_aflacallamerican2010_10playerstowatch_08152010.html - OF/CIF, Tustin HS (Calif.) -- Harrison's stock has fallen some since last October when he squared ball after ball down in Jupiter during the WWBA World Championship. Owner of some of the best raw power at the high school ranks, Harrison has developed some leak in his swing and had a tough time barreling the ball in Long Beach last weekend. He entered the summer as a favorite to go in the 1st Round, and his upside is impossible to ignore, but the results have not sparkled over the past few months. However, a strong showing tonight against the elite arms of the high school class could assuage a lot of fears that he has stagnated offensively.
8-19-10 from: - http://www.perfectgame.org/Articles/View.aspx?article=4935 - As a high schooler, Harrison looks like a brute. There is some Matt Williams to his overall build and gait, although I don’t know if Harrison is quite that athletic. He has some pretty big hands and forearms along with a mature, somewhat barrel-chested build, and he looks somewhat like a throw-back (although that may have just been the lack of batting gloves speaking to me). The power in his swing is obvious, using his big frame and strong forearms and wrists to punish the baseball. He swung on top of a ball in the fifth inning and he was able to muscle the ball through the left side of the infield for an RBI single. For most hitters, that’s a weak groundout, and he also put on a display in the home run derby despite being out-slugged by the more diminutive Francisco Lindor.
8-27 from: - http://xmlbscout.angelfire.com/ - OF-1B Travis Harrison Tustin HS, California 6'2 220 R/R - quality power hitter with strength in his bat with very good bat speed, tends to arm swing on pitches up in zone but can hit them with authority which means he's a beast as far as strength goes, will occ chase pitches off-speed and out of zone, but will hurt your fb especially if it's down the middle. Better on the way runner, showed 6.7, 60 type speed, but 4.45 and 4.5 out of box as RHH, arm strength is there to play either corner OF or IF position, fielding mechanics are rough but playable. Eventually a 1B guy for sure. 25 HR 280 hitter with 15-20 sb's and 90 rbi's guy?! It's all there!
8-31-10 from: - http://www.prospectwire.com/pw/article.php?id=142 - Travis Harrison - OF, 6'2" 225, R/R, Tustin HS (CA) - If Harrison does not hit as a professional player, most scouts will be quite surprised. He has shown his ability with the bat since his freshman year and even when he isn't going all that well, which he wasn't in Long Beach, Harrison is still a productive hitter. He is an RBI man with plus raw power and though he might only be an average hitter at best, his hits are not soft. In many ways he reminds me of Carlos Quentin of the White Sox.
9-17-10 from: - http://www.baseballamerica.com/today/draft/chat/2010/2610683.html - Is Travis Harrison anything more than a power bat? What other tools of his grade well? Conor Glassey: Yeah, a team that's going to draft Harrison is going to be doing it for the bat only. He ran a 7.09 60 at Area Codes, so he's a 40 runner. He'll probably start out at 3B, but is likely to wind up in LF or 1B. But he's big and strong and has some of the best raw power in this year's high school class.