The player rankings for the high school class of 2017 have been updated as Hunter Greene takes over the top spot after showing off his incredible two-way talents at the PG National Showcase.
Eric Lauer of Kent State had a particularly dominant 2016 season and was an easy choice for the 2016 Perfect Game/Rawlings College Baseball All-American First Team. A second, third and honorable mention teams are also included.
Despite two base-hits from 2020 Triston Horst, US Elite East NJ/NY didn't do quite enough to win Sunday, but is still very much in the hunt for a playoff spot at the 13u PG BCS Finals.
While he also took the mound to start the game, Tanner Schobel had an even bigger day at the plate as the EvoShield Seminoles enjoyed a huge day offensively on Sunday at the 14u WWBA National Championship.
Bobby Dalbec delivered another huge starting performance on the mound for Arizona as they continue their magical run through Omaha with a spot in the CWS Finals against Coastal Carolina.
Hunter Greene continued to shine at the 2016 Tournament of Stars after his strong showing at the National Showcase a week prior. David Rawnsley provides his thoughts on the players that stood out the most.
The All-Tournament Teams from the 2016 16u and 17u WWBA National Championship Qualifiers are now available, which includes 17u MVP Colin Davis of Team DeMarini National.
The 18u Florida State Championships got underway Saturday, and 2018 RHP Justin Rivero threw 4 solid innings for Fla. Stealth 17u Red. Rivero was the MVPitcher at the 18u PG BCS Finals in mid-June.
The All-Tournament Team from the 2016 PG 15u Florida State Championship, held at 5-Plex Player Development Complex, June 10-13, which features MVP Tyler Burton of Caloosa Cats, is now available.
Perfect Game, in conjunction with Rawlings Sports, is proud to announce the 2016 High School Players of the Year in each state, led by National Player of the Year Kyle Muller of the Texas 6A champs, Dallas Jesuit.