Mitchell Brown (2012, RHP, Rochester Century HS, Rochester, MN) had his fastball sitting at 90-92mph with his fastball topping out at 93mph with his curveball topping out at 77mph, and his slider topping out at 84mph. Brown has an effortless arm action, throws easy, has armside run on his fastball, has a good 11-5 break on his curveball, and his slider is an out pitch.
Josh Sborz (2012, RHP, McLean HS, McLean, VA) had his fastball sitting at 89-92mph with it topping out at 92mph, with his curveball topping out at 78mph, and his changeup topping out at 82mph. Sborz shows control of both sides of the plate, has a quick arm, throws easy, has sound mechanics, with an online delivery, and good command of his 11-5 breaking curveball.
Joseph Jae Roberts (2013, OF, Hammond School, Columbia, SC) had a hit in the game for Canes Baseball. Roberts stays inside the ball well, has excellent bat speed, with a confident approach at the plate. In the field Roberts has an accurate arm, with a loose easy arm action, and online carry.
Jake Thompson (2013, RHP, Rockwall-Heath HS, Rockwall, TX) had his fastball sitting at 91-92mph with it topping out at 93mph, with his curveball topping out at 76mph, his slider topping out at 82mph, and his changeup topping out at 80mph. Thompson pitches downhill, has an arm that works well, has a plan on the mound, uses sound mechanics, has good depth to his slider, and armside run on his changeup.
Jack Moffitt (2012, RHP, Flower Mound HS, Flower Mound, TX) had his fastball sitting at 89-91mph with his fastball topping out at 92mph while his curveball was topping out at 75mph. Moffitt controls both sides of the plate, has sound mechanics, with an online delivery, has a 10-4 break on his curveball, and uses a 3/4 arm slot.
Kolbey Carpenter (2012, SS, West HS, West, TX) had a couple of hits including a double for the MSL All-Stars. Carpenter is a high energy player, with good bat speed, and a fluid stroke.
Preston Palmiero (2013, 1B, Colleyville Heritage HS, Colleyville, TX) had a hit and an RBI in the game for MSL All-Stars. Palmiero has a projectable frame, stays inside the ball well, has power potential and a line drive swing plane.