Tygart looked great last year and was pounding the zone after a rocky freshman year, then he went down with an injury. He's a supinater with occasional cut and a generic heater shape but the secondaries are where he'll make his money. His low-80s slider gets 17" of sweep and he could land it in the zone, below the zone, wherever he wanted. It's a potential 70-grade pitch when it adds 2-3 mph as the fastball velo increases. He has a hammer of a curveball in the upper-70s with plus sweep as well as depth; he also lands that pitch for strikes. He'll land some changeups, and the shape is good with tumble/fade; one might think he could throw a decent sinker because of that. He was up to 95 last year and 91-94 in a split role. If he ends up in the right org, theres #4 starter upside. This isn't a stuff-only arm, the control and command are there and push him into the top-2 round conversation as a clear starter.