Most pitchers on the Dayton roster can hit 95 or close to it. I know in Spring Training Fisher topped out at 94, and Ward at 97 one day. Cueto was around 96. I was there, and Ward was consistently around 92-95. The difference however is what you can pitch at on game day controllably, and almost all Dayton's guys throw at about 85%. Thats why you see Wood around 91-93, Fisher 89-92, and Ward at 91-93.
I'll take 91-93 everyday of the week from a projectable 19 year old with a changeup in the low-mid 70's. I'm not an expert on projectability by any means, but looking at Wood's delivery, frame, and current velocity, it looks like he could definitely be a pint-sized flamerthrower in the mold of Oswalt or Kazmir with an extra 15-20 pounds of muscle. If he could get his fastball sitting somewhere in the 92-96MPH range and gain some consistency on his curveball, Wood would have an unbelievable repoitre...(or however you spell that word)