An alum of Los Alamitos High School in Los Alamitos, California, Tylor Megill at first expected on going to the University of San Diego in the accompanying fall.
He changed schools and at last chose Loyola Marymount University.
In his first year in 2015, Tylor pitched as both a starter and a reliever and posted a total of 3.95 ERA in 57.0 innings, allowing 53 hits, strolling 23, and striking out 41.
His sibling, Trevor was drafted by San Diego at the end of the season, and his takeoff alerted Tylor to leave Loyola Marymount too.
Moving to Cypress College for the 2016 season, Megill posted a 3.72 ERA in 101.2 innings, allowing 119 hits, walking 29, and striking out 87, pitching as both a starter and a reliever with the Chargers.
Yet again he left Cypress in the summer of 2016 and moved to the University of Arizona, where he pitched.
Showing up in 3 games as a starter and 19 as a reliever for coach Jay Johnson, Megill posted a 5.55 ERA in 35.2 innings, allowing 46 hits, walking 17, and striking out 36.
Involving his last summer as a novice to work on himself, the right-hander lost around 15 pounds and dealt with the psychological part of the game-remaining at the time and returning in the wake of running into misfortune.
While the outcomes during his senior season in 2018 were not really night-and-day, the upgrades were unmistakable in 32.2 innings.
Tylor Megill Parents: Meet Kevin and Julie Megill
Born on July 28, 1995, Tylor Megill was born to Kevin Megill and Julie Megill. His father, Kevin Megill attended Orange Coast College and UCLA.