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2014 Year in Review: High School
The overall success and impeccable command of 2013 PG All-American Jack Flaherty of Harvard-Westlake High School led to him being named Perfect Game's 2014 High School Pitcher of the Year.  read 
15u Travel Team Rankings
The Georgia Jackets, winners of the 2014 15u WWBA National Championship, were dominant all season long and retain their ranking as the No. 1 team among the 15u travel teams.  read 
2014 Year in Review: College
Even though the 2014 College World Series champion Vanderbilt Commodores lost Tyler Beede to the draft last year, they're poised to build a potential dynasty in college baseball.  read 
2014 Year in Review: PG Events
The Perfect Game 2014 tournament and showcase schedules produced plenty of titles and triumphs throughout the year, including Kolby Allard being named MVP at the PG All-American Classic.  read 
2014 Year in Review: High School
The overall success and impeccable command of 2013 PG All-American Jack Flaherty of Harvard-Westlake High School led to him being named Perfect Game's 2014 High School Pitcher of the Year.  read 

BP Top Prospects: Rockies 
Baseball Prospectus' team-by-team top prospect lists continue with the Colorado Rockies, where David Dahl checks in as the organization's No. 2 prospect thanks to his 5-tool potential.

PG partners with SportsBoard 
Baseball college coaches and pro scouts can now assess players more efficiently than ever before at all PG events with the Perfect Game Mobile Scout app, powered by SportsBoard.

2014 Year in Review: MLB Draft 
Brandon Finnegan became the first player to pitch in both the CWS and Major League Baseball's World Series in the same year, and is one of the top draft-related stories from 2014.

16u Travel Team Rankings 
Two-time 2014 all-tourney pick Cayman Richardson helped the Virginia Cardinals claim the WWBA Underclass World Championship crown, prompting a big jump in the updated 16u travel team rankings.

Top performers: Fastball velocity 
PG All-Americans Justin Hooper (p) and Mike Nikorak both peaked at 97 mph at Perfect Game events in 2014 as we listed all of the top peak velocities from the past year.

Top performers: POP times 
PG All-American catcher Wyatt Cross tied for the second best POP time from behind the plate at a Perfect Game event in 2014, recording a 1.76 second throw to second base at the National Showcase.

'Aloha' from West Uncommitted 
Three residents of Hawaii were on hand for the PG West Uncommitted Showcase in Glendale, AZ, Dec. 6-7, including 2015 C/OF Shaye Higa, who was named to the event's Top Prospect List.

Top performers: Catcher velocity 
Herbert Iser, a 2016 grad, posted peak velocities from behind the plate of 85 and 86 mph, ranking among the best of any player that participated at a Perfect Game event in 2014.

BP Top Prospects: Diamondbacks 
Baseball Prospectus' team-by-team top prospect breakdowns shift to the NL West, with PG All-American Archie Bradley standing out on top of a pitching rich Arizona Diamondbacks system.

17u Travel Team Rankings 
Nick Sprengel and GBG Marucci surge to the No. 3 spot in the updated 17u travel team rankings after winning the PG/EvoShield Upperclass Championship as well as a semifinal finish in Jupiter.
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HS Prospect Rankings
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Brendan Rodgers - SS Lake Mary HS, FL
Outstanding at PG National. Very good bat-speed, Ball flies off his barrel. PG AA. Huge potential with the bat. Outstanding at WWBA and led the Orlando Scorpions to 3 rings in 2013! Outstanding defensively
Dazmon Cameron - OF Eagle`s Landing Christian Acad HS, GA
Outstanding all around talent. Potential 5 tool player. Very good at PG National and WWBA. Stood out at NUC Main Event. Can flat out hit. PG AA
Justin Hooper - LHP De La Salle HS, CA
Up to 97 at PG AA Game. Extremely high ceiling LHP. Showed dominant stuff at PG Sunshine West Showcase. FB up to 95 mph and good breaking ball to go with it
Kolby Allard - LHP San Clemente HS, CA
Absolutely dominant at PG AA Game. Easy mid 90's FB, Commands all his pitches. Good breaking ball and change up
Ashe Russell - RHP Cathedral HS, IN
Arm really works well and up to 95 mph at PG National. Good breaking ball as well. MVPitcher of 17u WWBA PG AA. Up to 96 at 17u PG WS
College Recruit Rankings
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RankSchoolHS CommitsTop 100Pts
3North Carolina203128
4Mississippi State186123
6Florida State143117
7South Carolina144103
8Texas A&M13396
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1Evoshield CanesVA
2Houston BanditosTX
3GBG MarucciCA
4Elite Squad 17U PrimeFL
5Orlando Scorpions PrimeFL
6Texas Sun DevilsTX
7CBA MarucciCA
8East Cobb BaseballGA
9Team Elite PrimeGA
10NorCal CA