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All American Prospects Commit to BCS FINALS!
       
Published: Thursday, December 11, 2008

MIAMI, FL – Bruck Arrick has confirmed that All American Prospects have committed to participate in the 2009 16u and 17u BCS Finals. The 16u team is currently ranked #4 and the 17u is ranked #5. The 16u Prospects are the top 16u team in the state of Florida and the 17u are 2nd in Florida.

The BCS Finals will take place during the month of July in Ft. Myers, FL using historic Terry Park, the Boston Red Sox Player Development Complex, the City of Palms Stadium, and the Minnesota Twins Complex.

The Prospects have a strong history with PG Tournaments, winning back-to-back 17u WWBA Nat'l Championships ('05, '06) and this past fall's Underclass World Championship. The 17u Prospects will be led by Yordy Cabrera, Nick Castellanos, Roly Hernandez, Tyler Ross, and Bryan Radziewski. The 16u Prospects will be led by Jared Mederos, Albert Almora, and Giovanny Alfonzo.

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