Southern California Underclass Showcase

Showcase : : Top Prospect List
Crosschecker Staff        
Published: Sunday, December 31, 2006

Listed in alphabetical order

Denver Chavez (2008) – SS – Santa Barbara – Santa Barbara, CA : Present strength, good defensive range, good defensive actions, switch hitter, solid contact from both sides, very athletic, can really run.

Adam Estermyer (2009) – LHP/OF/1B – Redlands East Valley – Highland, CA: Slender build, projectable body, good arm action, good arm speed, low effort, smooth delivery, sink FB, good tilt SL, hits to all fields.

Jesse Moore (2008) – MIF/P/3B – Mission Bay – San Diego,


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