03/29/2015 - National Tryout - Ashburn (DC), VA
Victor showed his best play ability in his most recent outing with Baseball Factory. Offensively, he worked to get into a good hitting position on-time and with good balance. He got his hands activated and delivered the barrel on a direct path to contact. His lower half worked through the ball to help boost bat speed and was coordinated with fluidity of his entire body. Defensively, he got to a good fielding position on-time and was sure with the glove. He displayed good range, working around the ball to gain momentum. He will benefit from speeding up his feet and from adding arm strength. In all - Victor has another two years to add the strength to his game for the next level.
07/26/2013 - Baseball Factory National World Series at Pirate City
Victor is a young player who is very coachable and always making adjustments to improve. In the infield, he has a good square fielding position and centers the ball well. He has sure hands and his throws are accurate. He can continue to work on his footwork/foot speed, which will help with his range. He can also work on staying low in his fielding position and playing through the ball to cut down the distance to his target. At the plate, Victor has an athletic setup, smooth load, and consistently puts the barrel on the baseball. He is a line drive hitter with the chance to develop gap to gap power. He can work on being more explosive with his lower half to help provide more power. This starts by developing more of a stride towards the pitcher and keeping his front hip closed when his front foot lands. Overall, Victor is a player who is continuing to improve, but plays the game with an exemplary attitude.
05/12/2013 - College PREP - Glen Allen (Richmond), VA
Victor is a lanky SS that will graduate in 2017. Feet are active as he works to square balls up and displays soft /clean hands. He needs to attack balls more, play through, and improve foot quickness to improve defensive grade. Throws are accurate but needs to build more arm strength and carry through a long toss program. At the plate, Tejeda shows a squared, balanced setup. Hands are quick, flashing bat speed through a level swing path. He makes consistent contact with power numbers improving as he learns to load more and transfer weight properly through his lower half. With 4 years to further develop, Victor has a lot of potential and will catch the eyes of the collegiate coaches as he continues to improve.