Several Teams Commit to BCS Finals

Tournaments : : Story
Perfect Game Staff        
Published: Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Several teams have committed to attending the BCS Finals since our last update back in December. The events are quickly becoming some of the top events in the country over the summer. We have also changed the 14u dates to July 6-11,  to accommodate some of the top teams attending another event starting on the July 12th.

Most recent commits include:

14u Division (July 6-11)

#50 – Central FL Junior Patriots
• A top Florida team with a strong pitching staff of Derek Vail, Bryan neal, Alec Jewell, Garrison Vandeventer, and Palmer Fowler Brown.
#51 – BigStix Gamers
• Formerly known as the Elite Red Sox out of Georgia, this team played very well this past fall.
#68 – Michigan Bulls
• A top team out of Michigan led by pitchers AJ Puk and Chris McDonald.
#79 – Gatorball Baseball Academy
• New program out of the Gainesville area expected to make some noise this summer.

15u Division (July 7-12)

#3 – Team Alabama
• One of the top teams in the country, led by David Dahl, Clayton Palicki, Nick Masonia, and Jordan Friday.
#19 – Indiana Prospects
• One of the top programs out of the state of Indiana.
#20 – DBAT Mustangs
• A top Dallas team of top players from two top organizations, DBAT and the Dallas Mustangs.
#23 – Coral Springs Diamonds
• A very competitive team out of Florida that is well known in the youth baseball circuit.
#26 – Team Connecticut
• A very well-established program out of the Northeast that will compete every year.
#28 – East Cobb Titans
• A very good team out of one of the top programs in the country.
#31 – Gators Baseball
• A very good program out of Texas.
#33 – Temecula Boxers (CA)
• Part of the ABD program, they will always be very competitive.
#36 – New England Ruffnecks
• A very well established team out of the Northeast that competes every year.
#61 – Long Island Storm
• One of the top teams out of New York.
#64 – Marucci Elite
• A top program out of Louisiana, led by Russell Reynolds and Colin Rodgers.
#66 – Baltimore Waves
• A new team out of Baltimore made up several top players from the area.

16u Division (July 22-26)

#41 – So Cal Bombers
• An established team out of southern California with a history of producing high-profile players.
#45 – Florida Mustangs
• A top team out of the panhandle led by Dakota Dean, Gabe Gunter, and Nick Junger.
#51 – Team Georgia
• A very competitive team out of the Atlanta area that shows well each summer.
#68 – Cyclones Baseball
• A top regional team out of Florida that will compete well this summer.
#69 – Midwest Wolverines
• Kansas is the home of this elite program that sends several guys to top D-1 programs.
#72 – SE Texas Sun Devils
• Every year this program based out of Beaumont, TX competes with the best teams in the country.

17u Division (July 14-19)

#33 – Team Elite
• Out of Georgia, this program really came on strong last fall.
#75 – Northeast Rays
• A new team out of Mass with a projected roster that includes TJ Jann, Nick Fabrizio, Andrew Brockett, and Tyler Beede.
#76 – East Cobb Rebels
• Another team out of the East Cobb program, which are competitive each year.

18u Division (July 14-19)

#28 – SE Texas Sun Devils
• Every year this program based out of Beaumont, TX competes with the best teams in the country.
#32 – Syracuse Sport Zone Chiefs
• A very competitive team out of New York that always performs well in the Northeast.
#43 – East Cobb Titans
• Another team out of the East Cobb program, which should be led by Brooks Colquitt, Cody Lodge, Alex Edwards, and Avi Ahlzadeh.
#55 – Akadema/Florida Raiders
• This team out of the Tampa area has been together for several years and has some top D-1 prospects.
#75 – Treasure Coast Young Guns
• A solid group out of Florida that will always compete well.
#77 – Palm Beach Clippers
• A new team based out of South Florida led by Andrew Ruiz, Baron Davis (TX), Jacob Dalhstrand (TX), and Michael Rodriguez (PR).
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