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2014 PG Underclass All American Games

 



Tuesday Highlights from California(Black) >>
OF Dominic Fletcher (Cypress, CA) is simply a fun player to watch on the baseball field.  He's wowed everyone with his extremely strong and accurate throwing arm and been almost impressive at the plate.  Fletcher faced three of the top pitching prospects at the event on Tuesday, LHP Jeff Belge (Syracuse, NY), RHP Max Kranick (Jessup, PA) and RHP Josh Lowe (Marietta, GA) and went 2-2 with a walk and a couple of stolen bases.  Fletcher was also up to 87 mph during short stint on the mound.

3B Brady Shockey (Irvine, CA) had a couple of hits, including a opposite field double off of Belge, and was one of the more polished hitters we saw in San Diego.  That is hardly surprising, as Shockey plays for coach Brett Kay at J Serra High School and Kay was the winning coach for the West Team at Sunday's PG All-American Classic.

C Ryan Orr (Encinitas, CA) hit a couple of balls hard to the opposite field on Monday and showed his versatility as a hitter Tuesday, as the right handed hitter pulled a hard double into the left field corner that picked up two runs for his team.

6-foot-3, 165 pound right hander Tre Brown (Chula Vista, CA) has lots of projection in his body and arm and was getting plenty of attention from the California based scouts and college coaches behind the plate.  Brown topped out at 87 mph with a 71 mph curveball and nice 77 mph changeup.
Tuesday Highlights from East (Navy) >>
The Navy team sent out two of the top pitching prospects at the event for their 9 AM game against the Black team Tuesday morning and it wasn't surprising that LHP Jeff Belge (Syracuse, NY) and RHP Max Kranick (Jessup, PA) combined on a five-inning two-hitter.

The 6-foot-5, 215 pound Belge is one of the most interesting pitching prospects in the 2016 class.  He has the prototype frame for a pitcher to go with a fluid arm action and sound mechanics, although he is still working on consistency in his delivery and feel for his secondary pitches.  He topped out at 93 mph Tuesday while working in the 88-90 mph range.  His hard breaking ball varied between a deeper 75 mph offering and a sharp, sweeping upper 70's version, with the key element being Belge can spin the ball hard.  His changeup showed flashes as well.

Kranick has a more slender 6-foot-3, 180 pound build and a high energy delivery to the plate that he repeats well.  He topped out at 90 mph and pitched aggressively with a running upper 80's fastball for three innings.  Kranick, like Belge, shows the ability to impart good spin on the ball but his breaking ball also varies between shapes and velo's due to a young feel for the release point.

OF Cody Campbell (Cumming, GA) continued to show a very advanced hit tool, as the left handed hitter lined a pair of singles in that 9 AM game.  RHP/1B Zach Hess ((Forest, VA) also had a pair of hits on the day.  1B Alex Kirillof had a nice line drive single to the right centerfield gap and continued to show his overall athleticism, running a 4.26 home to first on a ground ball out and displaying plus defensive tools and skills at first base.

Tuesday Highlights for USA (Royal) >>
Speedy infielder Trevont Johnson (Atlanta, GA) was the offensive standout for Royal on Tuesday. The left handed hitter showed surprising power when he turned on a fellow lefty's fastball and drove it hard down the right field line for a home run.  Johnson also had a single and scored a second run.

We were glad to see IF Jorge Gutierrez (Sugar Land, TX) come back Tuesday with a strong game on both sides of the ball.  Gutierrez was smoked in the cheek by a bad hop ground ball Monday but check out OK after the game.  He had a couple of quality at bats Tuesday, including a hard hit single and a stolen base.

3B Ezekiel Bear (Cypress, TX) was one of the stronger underclassman in San Diego and showed good hitting skills to go with his strength, staying back well on a curveball and driving it for a hit and picking up a second hit on a rocket up the middle.

Another big power hitter, C Herbert Iser (Miami, FL), showed the same ability to stay back on secondary stuff, lining a hard top spin single to right field off a change up left up in the zone.

SS/RHP Josh Lowe (Marietta, GA) came to the event listed as a primary middle infielder but we suspect that his Florida State commitment is based more on his ceiling on the mound.  The 6-foot-3, 185 pound Lowe threw two innings, sitting consistently at 87-89 mph with a clean delivery and a very low effort release that promises more velocity in the future.  His 80 mph slider and 82 mph change up flashed good quality as well.
Championship Game Highlights >>
The National (Purple) team defeated the West (Vegas Gold) Tuesday afternoon 5-4 at the University of San Diego to win the 2014 PG Underclass All-American Games and cap an eventful week in the city of San Diego.

Purple led the entire game, including 5-1 for a few brief moments in the seventh inning, before a late Vegas Gold rally fell short.

Ten Purple hitters had hits during the contest, including a pair of singles off the bat of IF Kyle Crowl (Council Bluffs, IA).  IF Andres Sosa (San Antonio, TX) and OF Ronald Washington (Houston, TX) delivered key hits in the team's three-run seventh inning.

Each team used five pitchers during the nine inning contest, with Purple RHP Blair Henley (Fort Worth, TX) picking up the win with three innings of one-hit/one-run baseball that featured five strikeouts.  Henley will occupy a prominent spot on the event Top Prospect list, as the 6-foot-2, 175 pound 2016 grad pitched consistently in the 87-89 mph range with an 81 mph slider that was the best breaking ball of the event.

RHP Garrett Stallings (Chesapeake, VA) also threw three innings for Purple and showed similar velocity as Henley on his fastball, although not quite the polish and quality on his secondary offerings.

OF/RHP Nicholas Baldor (Tampa, FL) picked up the save with a perfect ninth inning of work and also singled and scored the first Purple run.

Although the Purple team drew players from 11 different states, it had a particular Iowa flavor and the five Iowa players gathered for a picture at home plate after the game.  Crowl, LHP/OF Spencer Van Scoyoc (Cedar Rapids, IA), OF Kace Massner (Burlington, IA), 1B Bryce Ball (Mason City, IA) and 3B Joey Polak (Quincy, IL, but plays for the Iowa Select team) all contributed to the Purple victory.

Vegas Gold OF Mickey Moniak (Encinitas, CA) did his best to keep his team in the game, drilling a home run off Henley for the first Vegas Gold home run and adding an RBI single later in the game.  Moniak is a high level hitter with very quick hands and his ability to pull those hands in quickly on a upper 80's inside fastball from Henley was very impressive.

OF Geoff McCalley (San Diego, CA) narrowly missed tying the game in the bottom of the eighth inning when his blast to right field went off the top of the Cunningham Field wall.

Four of Vegas Gold's five pitchers were primary position players, which didn't impact the quality of their stuff.  RHP Jimmy Boyce (North Bend, WA) got his team off to a good start with three solid innings of work, featuring an 84-86 mph fastball and a tantalizing change up.  Two of his position player relievers, 3B/RHP Ray Gaither (Coppell, TX) and C/RHP Logan Boyer (Chandler, AZ) were especially impressive, with each sitting at 90 mph during their one inning outings and Boyer topping out at an event high 91 mph.
National Team Highlights >>
The radar gun doesn't make it obvious, but the arm action does: 2016 LHP Nick Lodolo (La Verne, CA) was one of the best pitching prospects of the event, in spite of topping out at 84 mph. Lodolo is a highly projectable pitcher with a 6-foot-5 175 pound frame with a lot of room to fill. He has a simple repeatable delivery with good coordination. But what stands out most is his silky smooth arm action, which allows him to generate 80-84 mph velocity with little effort and create big sinking life. He struck out three over his four innings of work, and finally allowed a run in his fourth inning, he has the makings of a quality changeup in the mid 70s and a deep curveball in the uppper 60s. 

The offensive highlight of the day came on a towering home run to right field by switch hitting 2016 C Thomas Dillard (Cordova, TN). He crushed a ball over the right field fence on a hanging breaking ball, it hung in the air for at least 6.22 seconds before disappearing from sight behind the wall, while swinging the bat from the left side in this particular at bat. 

2016 C/IF Garrett Woolforth (Spring, TX) showed off his big arm again behind the plate after putting on a show in the catcher workout. He sees the ball extremely well and had one of the best present approaches of any hitter at the event.

2016 RHP/OF Ryan McDonald (Charleston, SC) will take the mound tomorrow but he showed well with the bat on day one, going 2-for-2 with a single, a double, a walk and a run scored. He has big loft power created by leverage from his long limbs. 

2016 MIF Ryan Reynolds (Monroe, LA) reached base in all three plate apperances, drawing a walk each time and would score a run.

2016 IF Joey Polak (Quincy, IL) had a loud 0-for-3 day that included fly ball hangtimes of 6.03 and 6.16 seconds. 

2017 OF Ronald Washington (Houston, TX) went 1-for-3 after showing off his tremendous raw power in BP.

USA Team Highlights >>
2016 C Herbert Iser (Miami Springs, FL) put on an impressive display all around and if someone knocks him off of the top spot in the forthcoming top prospect list it will mean they did something incredible on day two. Iser followed up his BP round that was highlighted by a massive home run to the pullside that bounced off of the facade of the dorms behind the right field wall (halfway up, no less) by smashing a double to left center on an 87 mph fastball away in his first at-bat. He would then double to right in his other at-bat of the day, driving in a pair each time he made very loud contact. His soft receiving and quiet movements behind the plate make for elite level receiving ability to go with a strong arm and form one of the best overall prospect profiles in the 2016 class.

On most days, 2016 RHP Garrett Gooden (Decatur, GA) would have been the top prospect in attendence. And he wasn't far behind Iser either, which says a lot. He has a tall projectable athletic frame with long limbs and plenty of room to fill. His arm is loose and fast with a compact arm circle and projects to get stronger with maturity. He worked steadily at 87-90, spun a low 70s curveball and dropped in a couple promising low 80s changeups. Gooden has a very high ceiling.

2016 OF/LHP Kyle Stowers (El Cajon, CA) showed off a hose in right field, cutting down a runner attempting to go first to third on a single, nailing him by three steps with a perfect strike. He also went 1-for-2 at the plate and struck out four while walking just one over two scoreless innings of relief on the mound working 84-87 with a loose projectable arm and a quality 79 mph changeup. 

2016 C Tyler Duvall (Lebanon, OH) went 2-for-2 with a walk and showed off a strong arm behind the plate.

2016 LHP Johnathan Jahn (Martinez, GA) topped out at 86 mph with a loose arm action and paired it with a slow deep low 70s curveball.

2016 C/RHP James Williams ( Kennesaw, GA) was very effective in his two innings, showing advanced pitchability from a funky delivery, hitting spots on both sides with his 84-87 mph fastball and showing a good 77 mph changeup and also spinning a low 70s curve. Williams allowed one hit and struck out a batter while facing one over the minimum in his two innings. He also showed a strong arm behind the plate, posting occasional sub 2.0 pop times on his between innings throws. 
California Team Highlights >>
2016 RHP Cameron Jabara (Newport Beach, CA) threw three scoreless innings allowing two hits and a walk in addition to picking up a hit in his only at-bat. 

2016 OF Dominic Fletcher (Cypress, CA) went 1-for-2 with a walk at the plate after showing off his power stroke in BP. But what stood out most about him was his outfield defense. He made a great play in left field to hold what would usually be a double as a single by taking a good angle to cut off the ball in the corner  and made a strong accurate throw to second base to force the runner to settle for one. He also made several other strong accurate throws. 

2016 C/RHP Nate Walker (Carlsbad, CA) went 0-for-3 against high level pitching but showed good receiving ability behind the plate to go with the obvious arm strength that also allowed him to strike out two of the seven batters he faced in two scoreless no hit innings with a mid 80s fastball and three pitch mix. 

2016 OF Brady Shockey (Irvine, CA) blasted a loud triple to right field in his final at-bat of the day.

2016 IF/RHP Spencer Steer (Long Beach, CA) went 1-for-2 at the plate and has a solid profile with an impressive hit tool that includes pullside power and a strong arm defensively. 

2016 RHP Tristan Duncan (Lakeside, CA) allowed just an unearned run over his three frames while striking out five to just one walk. He topped out at 88 mph with his fastball and paired it with a hard spinning mid 70s breaking ball.
West Team Highlights >>
2016 SS Nick Quintana (Las Vegas, NV) showed impressive all around tools and was the top prospect of the morning. He went 0-for-2 with a walk but each of his two loud outs were a couple of degrees of a less severe launch angle away from being home runs, resulting in fly ball hangtimes of 5.67 and 6.19 seconds. He also showed off big range and arm strength with carry on his accurate throws defensively and was the top prospect of the East vs West game. 

2017 RHP/OF Kyle Hurt (Torrey Pines, CA) was very impressive in his three innings on the mound. He allowed one hit and didn't walk a batter while punching out four over three scoreless. He sat 84-88 with big sinking life and pounded the arm side corner consistently and flashed the ability to locate glove side as well. He certainly looks the part at a strong athletic 6-foot-2 and 205 pounds and his arm works well, he added a hard spinning 77 mph curveball flashing 12-6 break at times and flashed a promising changeup. 

2016 OF Mickey Moniak (Encinitas, CA) came up with the game winning hit, a bases loaded double in the 9th inning to give the West a 6-3 lead that they would go on to protect. Moniak has a short quick swing and is a good athlete who projects well.

2016 OF Geoff McCalley (San Diego, CA) went a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate, depositing three singles into the pullside gap in right  center. 

2017 SS Zach Sehgal (La Jolla , CA) went 0-for-3 at the plate but competed well in his at-bats and has good tools to project upon, both at the plate, and especially at shortstop. 
East Team Highlights >>
2016 OF Cory Campbell (Cummings, GA) led off the first inning with a walk and scored the first run of the game. In his second trip to the plate he smoked a ball back through the box that left the bat at 97 mph for a single. He followed that up with the webgem of the game robbing a hit with a diving catch coming in on a ball in left field that looked certain to fall in for a bloop single.

2016 C Ryan January (Swampscott, MA) reached base in all three appearances, drawing a walk, getting hit by a pitch and crushing a double, and he would add a run. It was a good follow up to his BP round where he showed off his left handed power. 

2016 1B Alex Kirilloff (New Kensington, PA) went 1-for-3 with a double but had an even better day at the plate than that line would suggest. While he has a strong pull tendency he did  a nice job of covering the outer part of the plate to get to a pitch away and extended through contact and made a couple of loud outs. His first base defense also stood out as the best of the event.

2016 C/OF Marc Coffers (Naples, FL) used a short compact swing path and tracks the ball well and picked up a single in three trips to the plate. 

The trio of arms that took the mound in game one for the East was each impressive. 2016 RHP Connor Darling (Suwanee, GA) struck out four and walked just one while yielding two hits over three scoreless innings while working 84-88 with his fastball and supplementing it with a 79 mph slider and 81 mph changeup. 2016 RHP Zach Hess (Forest, VA) topped out at 89 mph for the top velocity of the game and paired that upper 80s fastball with a quality 79 mph slider and struck out three over three frames. 2016 Johnny Morrell (Temecula, CA) also worked in the mid-upper 80s at 84-88 as part of four pitch mix with a low 70s curveball, a 79 mph slider and a 76 mph changeup in addition to a strong swing at the plate.
Royal and Vegas Gold BP Highlights >>
SS Daniel Bakst (New York, NY):  Bakst took one of the best BP's of the day.  He has fast hands and an outstanding flow and shift towards contact.  When he can start repeating that approach against live pitching consistently he's going to become a real stand out.

C Tyler Duvall (Lebanon, OH):  Duvall has the strength to create power but looks like he chooses to stay short to the ball with a very high ratio of square line drive contacts.  That will serve him well in the future.

C Herbert Iser (Miami, FL):  Iser has all the ingredients to be an elite level hitter.  He's loose and extended with outstanding bat speed and the aggressiveness in attacking pitches that few possess.  Get used to seeing his name at the top of the 2016 prospect lists.

CF JeVon Ward (Long Beach, CA):  This is what 2013 PG All-American Marcus Wilson looked like at the same age.  Ward isn't strong enough to drive the ball with authority yet but it's just a matter of time.....his swing works very well right now.

SS Nicholas Quintana (Las Vegas, NV):  Quintana has already established himself as one of the elite hitters in the 2016 class and we doubt that anything will happen to change that.  Think about the Nationals' Anthony Rendon as the comp.

OF Wyatt Featherston (Lakewood, CO):  Featherston is extra strong at 6-foot-1, 190 pounds and that strength translates into lots of present bat speed and gap power.

3B Ray Gaither (Coppell, TX):  Gaither is a difficult hitter to evaluate.  When he lets the barrel go and tries to drive the ball, he has very high level tools and potential.  Too often, though, he takes a low ceiling exaggerated inside approach to contact.  He'll learn with time and experience at higher levels.

1B Mitchell Hagan (Omaha, NE):  Hagan has a rare profile as a big bodied first baseman who is a true switch-hitter with power from both sides of the plate.

Black/Purple BP Highlights >>
OF Dominic Fletcher (Cypress, CA):  Fletcher's outstanding arm strength is his carrying tool but he can swing the bat, too.  He has a big wrap to start his swing but has strong hands and whippy barrel speed through the zone.

SS Will Proctor (Manhattan Beach, CA):  Proctor explodes his hands well at the ball and creates lots of bat speed from his 6-foot-2, 175 pound build.  He has lots of lift in his swing and showed his power.

3B Spencer Steer (Long Beach, CA):  The Oregon commit has very strong hands and a consistent, polished swing approach that produces pull line drives one after another.

RHP/OF Tre Brown (Chula Vista, CA):  Brown has a loose, slender body that flows through the ball well in his swing and is very projectable.

OF Nicholas Baldor (Tampa, FL):  Baldor has lots of different physical tools and one of them is his quick hands from the left side of the plate.  He'll learn how to extend better for more power in the future but he squares the ball up hard now.

MIF Ryan Reynolds (Monroe, LA):  Reynolds was a walk machine in the games but showed his hitting talent from both sides of the plate well in batting practice.

LHP/OF Spencer Van Scoyoc (Cedar Rapids, IA):  Van Scoyoc continues to impress as a two-way prospect with his loose left handed swing and rapidly improving bat speed.

OF Ronald Washington (Houston, TX):  Washington is still a raw game hitter, as a 2017 prospect should be expected to be, but he has huge bat speed and power in batting practice.

C/IF Garrett Wolforth (Spring, TX):  Wolforth is another prospect whose all around tools can overshadow his hitting but he has talent from both sides of the plate and especially from his right side.

C Thomas Dillard (Cordova, TN):  Dillard is off the charts strong for a 2016 and has bat speed and hitting tools from both sides of the plate.  He followed a strong BP with an impressive game home run left handed.

OF Kace Massner (Burlington, IA):  Massner has huge physical gifts but we've noted some very positive hitting improvements this summer that will help him to play up to his athletic potential.

3B Joey Polak (Quincy, IL):  Polak continues to show that he is one of the top hitters in the 2016 class.  He is extremely strong but his right handed swing is ideal in it's short and direct path to the ball.



Top Catcher Velos >>
Name C Grad School City St
Garrett Wolforth 89 2016 Concordia Lutheran Spring TX
Herbert Iser 85 2016 Miami Killian Senior Highschool Miami FL
Nathan Walker 84 2016 Carlsbad Carlsbad CA
Tyler Duvall 83 2016 Lebanon Lebanon OH
Jorge Gutierrez 82 2016 Clements Sugar Land TX
Marc Coffers 81 2016 Barron Collier Naples FL
Logan Boyer 79 2016 Hamilton Chandler AZ
Thomas Dillard 79 2016 Briarcrest Christian Cordova TN
James Williams 79 2016 Harrison Kennesaw GA
Vicente Ryan Mendoza 78 2016 Birmingham Lake Balboa CA
Ryan January 77 2016 Salisbury Swampscott MA
Ryan Orr 77 2016 La Costa Canyon Encinitas CA
Kyle Bergeron 76 2016 Bridge City Bridge City TX
Jake Zarrello 76 2016 Westminster Christian Miami FL
Nathan Pierce 75 2016 St Mary`S Colorado Springs CO
Jake Sullivan 73 2016 Durant Valrico FL
Sonny Ulliana 73 2016 Bergen Catholic South Hackensack NJ
Blake Brady 72 2016 J L Mann Greenville SC
John Thomas 71 2016 Harvard-Westlake Los Angeles CA
Top 1B Velos >>
Name 1B Grad School City St
Zachary Hess 88 2016 Liberty Christian Academy Forest VA
Alex Kirilloff 87 2016 Plum New Kensington PA
Zach Zientarski 87 2016 The Benjamin School Jupiter FL
Dylan Carlson 82 2016 Elk Grove Elk Grove CA
Lael Lockhart, Jr. 81 2016 Friendswood Friendswood TX
Mitchell Hagan 80 2016 Westside Omaha NE
Griffin Keller 80 2016 Millikan Long Beach CA
Bryce Ball 73 2016 Newman Catholic Mason City IA
Top Infield Velos >>
Name IF Grad School City St
Garrett Wolforth 94 2016 Concordia Lutheran Spring TX
Nicholas Quintana 91 2016 Arbor View Las Vegas NV
Daniel Bakst 90 2016 Poly Prep Country Day New York NY
Ray Gaither 90 2016 Coppell Coppell TX
Spencer Steer 90 2016 Millikan Long Beach CA
Issac Bracken 89 2016 Berthoud Berthoud CO
Andres P. Sosa 89 2016 Reagan San Antonio TX
Nick Derr 88 2016 IMG Academy Geneva IL
Joshua Lowe 88 2016 Pope Marietta GA
James Williams 88 2016 Harrison Kennesaw GA
Jorge Gutierrez 87 2016 Clements Sugar Land TX
Johnny Morell 87 2016 Murrieta Temecula CA
Will Proctor 87 2016 Mira Costa Manhattan Beach CA
Kyle Crowl 86 2016 Abraham Lincoln Council Bluffs IA
Michael Feliz 85 2016 IMG Academy Englewood Cliffs NJ
Joey Polak 85 2016 Quincy Notre Dame Quincy IL
Kenyon Yovan 85 2016 Westview Beaverton OR
Jordan Chang 84 2016 Cathedral Catholic San Diego CA
Najee Gaskins 84 2016 Cienega Vail AZ
Hayden Freeman 83 2016 Spain Park Hoover AL
Ryan Reynolds 83 2016 Ouachita Christian Monroe LA
Tervont Johnson 82 2016 Mays Atlanta GA
Zach Sehgal 82 2017 Francis W. Parker La Jolla CA
Geoff McCalley 81 2016 Scripps Ranch San Diego CA
Joe Skinner 81 2016 Bishop Moore Heathrow FL
Ezekiel Bear 80 2016 Cypress Ranch Cypress TX
Justin Skeesick 80 2016 Captain Shreve Shreveport LA
Justin Willis 78 2017 St Joseph West New York NJ
Quinn Hoffman 77 2016 Cathedral Catholic Rancho Sante Fe CA
John Thomas 77 2016 Harvard-Westlake Los Angeles CA
Top Outfield Velos >>
Name OF Grad School City St
Dominic Fletcher 96 2016 Cypress Cypress CA
Nicholas Baldor 94 2016 Jesuit Tampa FL
Holden Groff 89 2016 Loyola Pasadena CA
Mauro Conde 88 2016 Orangewood Christian San Juan PR
Landon Silver 88 2016 Westminster Christian Miami FL
Kyle Stowers 88 2016 Christian El Cajon CA
Dylan Carlson 87 2016 Elk Grove Elk Grove CA
Marc Coffers 87 2016 Barron Collier Naples FL
Connor Kimple 87 2016 Marquette University Whitefish Bay WI
Wyatt Featherston 86 2016 Green Mountain Lakewood CO
Michael Feliz 86 2016 IMG Academy Englewood Cliffs NJ
Griffin Keller 86 2016 Millikan Long Beach CA
Matthew Rudick 85 2017 Scripps Ranch San Diego CA
Cory Campbell 83 2016 North Forsyth Cumming GA
Kace Massner 83 2016 Burlington Community Burlington IA
Mickey Moniak 83 2016 La Costa Canyon Encinitas CA
Ronald Washington 83 2017 Dulles Houston TX
Justin Willis 83 2017 St Joseph West New York NJ
Najee Gaskins 82 2016 Cienega Vail AZ
Tervont Johnson 82 2016 Mays Atlanta GA
Geoff McCalley 82 2016 Scripps Ranch San Diego CA
Ryan Orr 80 2016 La Costa Canyon Encinitas CA
Brady Shockey 79 2016 J Serra Irvine CA
JeVon Ward 79 2017 Polytechnic Long Beach CA
East (Navy) BP Highlights >>
Landon Silver (2016, Miami, FL) showed a smooth swing in BP, with good extension and a lot of pop in his bat.  Silver has a lot of power potential with lift and strength in his swing.

Mauro Conde (2016, San Juan, PR) has a controlled power swing that is strong at contact.  He gets good leverage and stays inside the ball well.

Nick Derr (2016, Geneva, IL) had good carry to the pull side during batting practice.  The Florida State commit has a simple approach and stays balanced.

Alex Kirilloff (2016, New Kensington, PA) showed power potential from a spread stance.  Kirilloff is committed to play at Liberty University.

Zach Zientarski (2016, Jupiter, FL) generated power from a compact swing, while Ryan January (2016, Swampscott, MA) showed good ability to hit the ball the other way.
East & West Top Catcher Pop Times >>
Name Pop Grad School City St
Ryan January 1.88 2016 Salisbury Swampscott MA
Jake Sullivan 1.89 2016 Durant Valrico FL
Marc Coffers 1.96 2016 Barron Collier Naples FL
Kyle Bergeron 1.99 2016 Bridge City Bridge City TX
Logan Boyer 2.05 2016 Hamilton Chandler AZ
Blake Brady 2.07 2016 J L Mann Greenville SC
Nathan Pierce 2.13 2016 St Mary`S Colorado Springs CO
East & West Top Catcher Velos >>
Name C Grad School City St
Marc Coffers 81 2016 Barron Collier Naples FL
Logan Boyer 79 2016 Hamilton Chandler AZ
Ryan January 77 2016 Salisbury Swampscott MA
Kyle Bergeron 76 2016 Bridge City Bridge City TX
Nathan Pierce 75 2016 St Mary`S Colorado Springs CO
Jake Sullivan 73 2016 Durant Valrico FL
Blake Brady 72 2016 J L Mann Greenville SC
East & West Top 1B Velos >>
Name 1B Grad School City St
Zachary Hess 88 2016 Liberty Christian Academy Forest VA
Alex Kirilloff 87 2016 Plum New Kensington PA
Zach Zientarski 87 2016 The Benjamin School Jupiter FL
Mitchell Hagan 80 2016 Westside Omaha NE
East & West Top INF Velos >>
Name IF Grad School City St
Nicholas Quintana 91 2016 Arbor View Las Vegas NV
Ray Gaither 90 2016 Coppell Coppell TX
Nick Derr 88 2016 IMG Academy Geneva IL
Johnny Morell 87 2016 Murrieta Temecula CA
Michael Feliz 85 2016 IMG Academy Englewood Cliffs NJ
Kenyon Yovan 85 2016 Westview Beaverton OR
Najee Gaskins 84 2016 Cienega Vail AZ
Zach Sehgal 82 2017 Francis W. Parker La Jolla CA
Geoff McCalley 81 2016 Scripps Ranch San Diego CA
Joe Skinner 81 2016 Bishop Moore Heathrow FL
East & West Top OF Velos >>
Name OF Grad School City St
Mauro Conde 88 2016 Orangewood Christian San Juan PR
Landon Silver 88 2016 Westminster Christian Miami FL
Marc Coffers 87 2016 Barron Collier Naples FL
Wyatt Featherston 86 2016 Green Mountain Lakewood CO
Michael Feliz 86 2016 IMG Academy Englewood Cliffs NJ
Matthew Rudick 85 2017 Scripps Ranch San Diego CA
Cory Campbell 83 2016 North Forsyth Cumming GA
Mickey Moniak 83 2016 La Costa Canyon Encinitas CA
Najee Gaskins 82 2016 Cienega Vail AZ
Geoff McCalley 82 2016 Scripps Ranch San Diego CA