2007 Northeast Underclass Showcase

Showcase : : Top Prospect List
Crosschecker Staff        
Published: Tuesday, October 16, 2007

2007 NORTHEAST UNDERCLASS SHOWCASE

Top Prospect List

1. David D’Errico (2009/North Kingstown/North Kingstown, RI): D’Errico hit 89 on the mound with a hard curve. He’s got raw power at the plate as well.

2. Keenan Kish (2010/Germantown Academy/Worcester, PA): Kish is an athletic SS/P who was 88 across the infield and a line drive hitter. He was 84 on the mound with 3 solid pitches.

3. Kyle McKenzie (2009/Thayer Academy/Canton, MA): McKenzie hit 88 across the infield and 86 on the mound. He’s also a l


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