Mike Brambilla (2014, LHP/OF, Cherry Hill HS East, NJ) showcased what ended up being the best fastball velocity of that day on Sunday, topping out at 86 mph and sitting consistently at 84-85 mph. Brambilla also showed off outstanding polish from the left side, spotting a sharp 78 mph breaking ball for strikes and pitching aggressively and intelligently with that live fastball. He is clearly a well schooled southpaw that has the present arsenal to back up his feel for pitching.
Anthony Bonilla (2013, OF/RHP, Farmingdale Senior HS, NY) touched 84 mph with his fastball on Sunday and sat between 81-83. He showed good riding life up in the strike zone, as well as a very good feel for his secondary pitches. His arm speed also stood out, and he'll need to be watched closely.
David Juechter (2015, OF/RHP, Nyack Senior HS, NY) is a name we saw not too long ago in Fort Myers, and based on what he showcased on Sunday in New Jersey his game is improving at a rapid pace. Juechter's top velocity improved by 5 mph, topping out at 82 mph during Sunday's action, and the life on that fastball also stood out. He's still very young and will need to be watched very closely, as he figures to continue improving.
Connell Boyle (2015, C, Science Hill HS, TN) was one of the offensive standouts of Sunday's action, showed good quickness in his hands and some hard line drive contact. He has a strong, athletic frame frame that also fits well behind the plate. His receiving skills and offensive upside make him a player to watch closely in the near future.