9-11-14 – Fangraphs Top 50 Players in Draft - 25. Kyle Tucker, RF, Plant HS (FL), Florida commit: The sweet-swinging lanky 6’4 lefty has drawn swing comparisons to Ted Williams, Ken Griffey Jr. and Daryl Strawberry while flashing projectable plus raw power with feel for the bat head; his summer game performance have been up and down but scouts that have history with Tucker expect him to take a huge step forward in the spring. http://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/2015-mlb-draft-top-51/
8-12-14 - TTF Baseball
Kyle Tucker, OF, Plant HS (FL)
A 6’-4” left-handed hitter with tremendous power and an advanced approach at the plate, he also has bloodlines as his brother is Houston Astros prospect Preston Tucker. Kyle has shown an incredible ability to swing for the fences while hardly missing a pitch. Over the last two years, he has hit 18 home runs and has struck out just seven times over 51 games. His size suggests even more power will come as he matures, and he has great instincts in the outfield. He hit .556/.706/1.185 with nine home runs as a sophomore and hit .425/.537/.925 with nine home runs as a junior. Committed to Florida. http://throughthefencebaseball.com/2015-mlb-draft-armour-aa-game-preview-part-1/43804#O6zgsDyBeLLBfCWU.99
6-11-14 – Kevin Askeland/MaxPreps – Top 10 High School Players To Watch for 2015 Draft – Kyle Tucker, Plant (Tampa, Fla.), OF - One of the top power hitters in the Class of 2015, Tucker hit nine out of the park this year and has 20 in his career. The 6-foot-4 outfielder batted .415 with 35 RBIs, seven doubles and three triples. http://www.maxpreps.com/news/RE_IkTleBU-vFF_g8YCOQg/top-10-high-school-players-to-watch-for-2015-mlb-draft.htm
6-4-14 - Another emerging first day draft target is Plant (FL) High School outfielder Kyle Tucker.
He's everything you want when he steps up to the plate... a 6-4 lefty with exceptional power. And, he has an incredible eye for the ball. Over a 51 game span, he hit 18 home runs while striking out only seven times.
Sophomore stat line: .556/.706/1.185, 9-HR
6-5 - MaxiPrep ranks Tucker as the 14th top 2015 high school sophomore