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2013 Junior National Showcase

 



Game 8 Red vs Navy >>
In the eighth game of the day, it was the Navy squad going up against the Red team. 

The Red team sent out some very good arms in game 8, not to be outdone by the Navy team.

Starting the game for the Red team was Willie Burger, a primary catcher from Maytown, PA. Throwing from the right side, Burger showed a compact arm action and struck out the first and second batters he faced in the game. Getting his fastball up to 85, Burger generally sat at 84 in his one inning of work and getting his curveball over for strikes.

Cameron Kremers (2015; Beeville, TX) is a LHP with a very tall frame to say the least, standing at 6-foot-8 and ran his fastball up to 86, with the potential to throw harder in the future. For a young pitcher his age, Kremers was able to repeat his delivery well, getting downhill, and creating some deception on his fastball, making it tough for hitters to pick up.

Also pitching this afternoon for the Red team was Matt Olson, a 2015 graduate from Mableton, GA. Olson has a large frame with room to fill and throws from an extended 3/4's arm slot. The ball came out of his hand nice and easy and Olson was able to dial his fastball up to 86, sitting 84/85 in his two innings of work. Olson also showed a very good feel for his slider, which seemed to be his out pitch, throwing it in the mid to high 70's, topping at 78.

The final pitcher of the game for the Red team was Easton Walker, a 2015 RHP hailing from Pleasant Grove, UT. Walker threw from a 3/4's arm slot, attacking hitters with his fastball up to 87 and having good run on the pitch. Sitting more in the 84-86 range, Walker showed a feel for a tight curveball at 69/70 and showed confidence in the pitching, being able to spot it to both corners. To add to his repertoire, Walker also had a feel for mid 70's slider and a low 70's change-up.

When he stepped into the box, Jahmai Jones (2015; Roswell, GA) showed very good bat speed, one of the best at the entire event.

Easton Walker also had a solid hit in the bottom of the 5th, hitting a hard line drive single thru the left side of the infield, making solid contact with the ball.

Starting the game for Navy was John Gillett, a 6-foot-3 LHP from Bryan, TX. Gillett has a big, solid build and comes to hitters from a high 3/4's arm angle, which helps him get his fastball up to 85 mph, settling into the 81-84 range. His delivery was online and as a result is command was there, allowing him to pick the outside corners to the opposing batters. Gillett also flashed a solid feel for his mid-70's change up.

Following Gillett was Ryan McKay, another tall, projectable right-handed pitcher, who hails from Melbourne, FL and attends Viera High School. McKay threw from a high 3/4 arm angle, staying online and delivering some mid-80's heat to the plate. What helped make McKay effective was his ability to drive towards the plate and pounding the zone with low strikes. He also mixed in a low 70's curveball which had some bite and was often around the strike zone. 

Luke Eigsti (2015; Seguaro, AZ) has a large, athletic frame with some room to fill. In his one inning of work, Eigsti was able to strike out 2 batters, getting his 81 mph fastball downhill and mixing in an off speed pitch at 72.

RHP Ryan Mantle came onto the bump for the start of the 6th inning and he brought the heat, topping out at 90 on the last pitch of his outing, living in the 85-88 range. With his strong frame and late acceleration out of his delivery, the ball jumps out of his hand, delivery lots of strikes with his fastball, along with his 12/6 break curveball up to 77 and his change-up, which he was able to repeat his arm speed, deceiving hitters. 

Chad Smith (2015; Snellville, GA) is a left-handed pitcher with a solid athletic build. His arm works really well on the mound, getting his fastball up to 87 with simple mechanics in which he was balanced and online. Smith showed a nice, sharp curveball which had some late break, throwing it in the low 70's and a change-up at 75/76 from the same arm angle.

Jonathan Engelmann (2015; San Mateo, CA) collected the first hit for the Navy team in the bottom of the second inning, going with an outside 85 mph pitch and singling into right field.
Game 9 Green vs Red >>
The final game of the Junior National Showcase pitted the Red team squaring off against the green team.

Kyle Arjona (2015; Cape Coral, FL) got the start from the Red team. Throwing from a lower 3/4 arm angle, Arjona ran his fastball up to 84, attacking hitters with it and striking out the first hitter he faced. He flashed a sharp breaking curveball with 11/5 shape, sitting 70/71 with the pitch. He also threw 1 change-up down in the zone at 76.

Stephen Kolek (2015; Shepherd, TX) came in for two innings and showed very well in his Perfect Game Showcase debut. With his long, athletic frame, Kolek was able to generate good downhill action on his heavy fastball. The ball leaves his hand effortlessly, topping out at 90, sitting 88/89. Kolek threw exclusively from the stretch in his two innings

Shane Nobiensky (2015; La Mesa, CA) brought his strong arm from out behind the plate and onto the mound in the top of the fifth. He brought his fastball up to 86 on multiple pitches, sitting 83/84 throughout. He had simple mechanics and short arm action and broke off a curveball at 71.

Alfonso Rivas (2015; La Jolla Country Day, CA) continued throwing 0's for the Red team. Having a prototypical pitchers build, Rivas attacked the zone with 85/86 mph fastballs in his one inning of work and showed that he wasn't afraid to work inside. He only threw one curveball at 74, but it showed good break, and of the 3 hitters he faced, Rivas struck out 2.

Rudy Karre (2015; Peoria, AZ) finished off the game for the Red team, picking up the save. He worked low in the zone with his mid-80's fastball, topping at 86. Karre threw a lot of strikes and as a result, had a very quick inning and missed a lot of bats. 

Shane Nobiensky helped his pitcher, gunning out two runners in the first two innings of the game, showing a strong arm and quick release. 

Dakota Donovan (2016; Washington, UT) followed up his strong pitching performance yesterday with a solid gap shot which ended in a stand up double off some good velocity.

Keaton Weisz (2015, La Jolla Country Day, CA) made a very athletic double play, ranging to his glove side, stepping on second and showing off his athleticism and arm strength to finish the play and get out of the inning.



Red Team right-handed pitcher Joseph Arce (2015; Orlando, FL) brought the heat in his first inning, bringing his fastball up to 90, sitting 86-88. Arce was able to keeps hitters off balance thanks to his sinking fastball and a hard biting, low-70's curveball, which he threw frequently for many strikes. Having an athletic body and very easy mechanics, it's a safe bet that Arce will compete whenever and where ever he throws.

Jordan Gubelman (2015; Sarasota, FL) followed up his travel ball teammate Arce with some heat of his own, topping out at 89. Sitting 85-88, gets downhill very well, mixing in a sharp 71 mph curveball from a lower 3/4 arm angle. A big, strong frame, Gubelman repeats his delivery well and maintains his velocity from the stretch. 

Seth Beer (2016; Suwanee, GA) continued showing well at the Junior National, this time on the mound. Beer was up to 86 with slight cut action, showing a short arm action and throwing over the top on a hard downhill plane. His low 70's curveball, 71/72, is a very good present pitch and got him a lot of swings and misses.

Bakari Gayle (2015; Stone Mountain, GA) threw the final inning of the 2013 Junior National Showcase. Starting with a slow paced delivery, Gayle explodes to the plate and showed good arm speed. His fastball got up to 81 with some arm side run and complemented it with a 60/61 curveball which he saw some hitters make weak contact with. 

Game 7 Green vs Navy >>
The fourth game of the day saw the Green team match up against the Navy team.

The first pitcher for the Green team was Matt McGarry (2015; Portola Valley, CA) who has a tall slender build and slim upper half, leaving plenty of projection. Throwing from a 3/4 arm action, he used his live arm to generate a fastball up to 91 and a sharp 11/5 breaking curveball to the tune of 74/75 mph. McGarry struck out a hitter in both innings he threw, 
long stride good balance, big depth on 11/5 curveball good spin 

Jackson Parthasarathy (2015; Austin, TX) was next on the bump for Green and his arm worked well. Throwing his fastball in the 85-87 range, topping 88, Parthasarathy struck out three batters in his two innings on the mound, using his fastball run to his advantage. He has a big frame with long limbs and throws from a lower 3/4 arm angle and is able to get the ball down. He showed a feel for a low-70's change and a mid-70's breaking ball. 

Rollin Layton (2015; Jacksonville, FL) threw two innings, working downhill with some of his pitches. A medium, athletic frame, Layton showed a quick arm, throwing from a 3/4's arm angle, running his fastball up to 88. He showed 11/5 break on his curveball, which he threw in the 69-71 range and showed a good feel for the pitch.

Daniel Neal (2015; London, KY) has a big frame, long limbs and room to fill. A primary infielder, Neal had a quick inning to end the game, inducing three fly outs. His arm worked well and he was able to throw his fastball up to 83 mph. 

Devin Davis (2015; Santa Clarita, CA) smacked a double to left-center field, coming off the bat at 86 mph.

Seth Beer (2015; Suwanee, GA) continued to impress on day 2 hitting a single through the right side, knocking in 2 runs. Beer then proceeded to steal second base quickly after. 


NAVY: 

Devon Roedahl (2015; Beaumont, TX) pumped his fastball up to 92 in his outing today, throwing anywhere between 87-91 mph in his 2 innings. Roedahl throws from a high 3/4's arm angle and showed the ability to get downhill. He had a very sharp slider, clocking in around the high 70's, striking out three of the hitters he faced. 

Next on the bump for Navy was Kyle Arganbright (2015; York, PA). He showed a long, athletic build and the ability to work down in the zone. His fastball topped out at 82, sitting 77-80 throughout his 2 innings of work and had good 2-seam tailing action. He showed a feel for an 11/5, sitting in the mid-60's and a Arganbright also threw a change-up in the low 70's.

Andrew Marquardt (2015; Leawood, KS) has a tall lanky frame, with room to fill. Throwing from an over the top arm angle, Marquardt is able to generate good downhill plane on his fastball. He showed good arm speed and ran his fastball up to 85, generally sitting in the low 80's. He also threw a change-up in the low 70's and a curveball in the upper-60's and faced the minimum amount of hitters in his 2 innings of work. 

Chris Botsoe (2015; Hinsdale, IL) is a University of Louisville commit and a primary outfielder. On the mound, Botsoe sat 80-82 on his fastball and showed promise in his high 60's curveball, snapping it off for sharp break and 11/5 bend.   

David Chabut (2015; Loganville, GA) hit a hard double pull side, driving in two runs for the Navy team. 
Game 6 Gold vs Royal >>
The third game of the day pitted the Gold and Royal teams.

Zachary Shirey (2015; Spring, TX) worked with a mid-80's fastball, peaking at 87 throughout his two innings of work, showing off his quick arm. He flashed good feel for his curveball, showing good action and depth and clocked in around 74-75 and struck out two batters.  

Zane Gill (2015; Pensacola Beach, FL) worked two innings for Gold, showing a clean, over the top arm action. He pumped his fastball up to 88, sitting comfortably in the 84-87 range. Flashed a 66-70 mph curveball and struck out 4 of the hitters he faced.

Grant Sloan (2015; Zionsville, IN) has a tall, projectable and showed that he can get downhill. He ran is fastball up to 88, and sat mid-80's, but with his frame, he should throw harder in the near future. 

Matthew Mercer (2015; Lacey, WA) is a Washington State commit and has a lean, projectable frame. Throwing from a high 3/4's and full wind up delivery, Mercer attacks hitters with a fastball that touched 90 and sat 87-89. He has a rock and load delivery, getting on top of fastball, throws to corners, and had some arm side run on it as well. Mercer also showed a 12/6 curveball which he threw 68-70 mph. 

Josh Naylor (2015; Mississauga, ON) came in for the save in the bottom of the 7th, a half inning after hitting a ground rule double down the line. On the mound Naylor worked 85-87, touching 88 with slight cut. He should a fast arm and a good feel for a late breaking slider at 78-81.

Michael Hickman (2015; Katy, TX) made his last at bat of the event a memorable one, taking the second pitch he saw deep to right field for a solo homerun to lead off the top of the 7th inning. 

O'Neal Lochridge (2015; Lafayette, LA) smoked a ground rule double, pulling an off speed pitch to left field. 

Brendan Illies (2015; Edgewood, WA) showed a very quick arm in his one inning of work, locating his fastball low in the zone. His fastball had some life on it, topping out at 89, sitting 86-88. 

Ke'Bryan Hayes (2015; Tomball, TX) followed Illies with an inning of his own, bringing his fastball up to 89 mph. He struck out 1 in his one inning on the bump and flashed a very quality change-up, throwing it at 79 mph. His curveball showed 11/5 shape and was sitting around 75-77 mph. 

Matthew Vierling (2015; St. Louis, MO) threw from an over the top arm slot and got his fastball downhill. He attacked hitters with his fastball that was up to 86, along with a curveball and change-up. His curveball was had 11/5 break in the mid-70's and a change-up in the mid 70's which may be his best pitch currently. He should project more velocity in the near future. 

Mitchell Hansen (2015; Plano, TX) has a very long, athletic frame, highly projectable and throws from a high 3/4's arm angle. His fastball was up to 83 and he showed a tight slider sitting in the mid 70's with late tilt. Hansen also showed well yesterday in batting practice.

Parker Kelly (2015; Portland, OR) came to the plate from a full delivery, working downhill and getting some run on his fastball that he ran up to 86 mph. He struck out one of the four hitters he faced with his up tempo delivery and strong frame. He also through a curveball 67/68 in his one inning of work.

Blake Burton (2015; San Juan Capistrano, CA) has a medium frame and throws straight over the top, showing some cut on his fastball, sitting 77-79, topping out at 80, and threw one curveball at 68.

Dillon Paulson (2015; San Marcos, CA) showed off his hit tool today, smoking two singles through the right side, making hard contact each time up. 

Game 5 Royal vs Texas Orange >>
The second game of the morning saw Texas Orange playing their second game of the day, and their final game of the event, against a Royal Blue squad, playing their first of two games.

Starting the game for Texas Orange was Luke Matheny (2015; Chesterfield, MO), son of St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny. Matheny threw from a high 3/4's arm slot, and has a young, projectable build and works downhill. With his fastball working in the 80-84 range, Matheny threw three innings, striking out three and surrendering only 2 hits. He showed a feel for both a high-60's curveball and and a change-up that was up to 74 with some cutting action.

Cole Sands (2015; Tallahasee, FL) made a one inning appearance, sitting high 80's and topping out at 91, hardest so far today. Sands repeats his delivery well and get plus downhill action on his pitches. He works quick on the mound and keeps hitters off balance with a low 70's curveball which he showed a good feel for. 

Niko Navarro (2015; Rancho Cucamonga, CA) is a RHP and was next on the mound for Gold, working one inning. Navarro ran his fastball up to 85, striking out 1 in this inning of working, retiring the 3 hitters he faced. He threw a low 70's curve that flashed both spin and depth. 

Brandon Perez (2015; Ladera Ranch,CA), a University of Oregon commit, came in with a simple delivery and received good results, striking 2 out of 3 batters faced, running his fastball up 86 and flashed a curveball at 71 and a change-up at 70.

The final pitcher for Texas Orange was Henry Stellwagen, a 2015 RHP from Pasadena, CA. Stellwagen worked down in the zone, inducing ground balls with his fastball which was up to 83 and a high 60's curveball, and gave up only 1 hit. 

Jackson Lueck (2015; Longwood, FL) showed some very quick hands and good bat speed, turning on an inside fastball and driving it down the right field line for a standup double. 

Gabriel Garcia (2015; Coamo, PR) continued to show well this event, smoking a line drive single back up the middle in his second at bat of the game.

Royal starting pitcher Nathan Trevillian (2015; Monroe, VA) was up to 90 in his 3 inning stint, sitting 86/88 throughout. His mechanics are pretty clean and he has a very quick arm, projecting more velocity. He threw his curveball between 70 and 73, showing a good feel and control of the pitch. He struck out 5 of the 9 batters he faced, giving up no hits.

Nicholas Butts threw 2 innings for the Royal team, striking out 2 of the 8 batters that stepped into the box. Butts worked 83/84, topping at 85, staying ahead of the batters and setting them up for his off speed pitchers. He threw his curveball at 74/75 with some depth and good feel and a mid-70's change-up.

The final pitcher of the game was Drew Finley, a 2015 graduate from Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego, CA. A strong, solid build, Finley keeps his mechanics simple, generating some good downhill action on his mid-80's fastball, topping at 87. In his two innings of work, Finley used his fastball and 11/5 breaking curveball, 72/73 mph, to strike out three Texas Orange batters.  

Both Matthew Vierling (2015; St. Louis, MO) and Robert Evans(2015; Frisco, TX) hit triples for the Royal team and each came around to score a run, building off their strong workouts yesterday. 
Game 4 Gold vs Texas Orange >>
The Gold and Texas Orange squads got todays games started early, with the first pitched at 8 am. 

Starting for the Texas Orange team was Walker Reese, a 2015 LHP from Austin,TX. Throwing in the 80-82 range, topping at 83, Reese mixed in a mid-60's change-up as well as a mid-60's curveball. Reese showed a good feel for his 12/6 curveball and worked downhill with his fastball, also showing some screwball-like action on his change. In his 3 innings of work,Reese struck out 5 batters, allowing four hits. 

Throwing next for Texas Orange was another LHP, Ryan Beard who hails from Meridian, ID and plays at Rocky Mountain High School. Beard saw his fastball sit 81-83 mph, worked downhill, and made it hard for hitters to pick up the ball as he hides it very well in his delivery. A 2015 graduate, Beard struck out 3 batters, allowing only a single hit, and walking none.

Finishing up the game was Gabriel Tillman, a deceptive RHP who throws for South Gwinnett High School in Snellville, GA this spring. Tillman worked between 72 and 75, topping at 77 and mixed in a mid-60's curveball.

At the plate Ramon Alejo (2015; Orlando, FL) hit a double in the second inning for Texas Orange, building off his performance from yesterday. Also collecting his for Texas Orange was Trey Beckman (2015; Cedar Rapids, IA) who lined a single back up the middle and Jackson Lueck (2015; Longwood, FL) who singled and came around to score the lone run for Texas Orange.

Brandon Ginnetti (2015; East Haven, CT) got the nod for the Gold team and he showed well in his two innings of working, striking out the side in the first and picking up another strike out in the second, facing only one batter over the minimum. Ginnetti worked 82-84, running up to 85 mph and showed the ability to throw to corners and miss the oppositions bats. He also threw a curveball in the mid to upper-60's and a change-up peaking at 75.

Carlo Graffeo (RHP; Covington, LA) followed up Ginnetti and brought some heat, topping out at 89 in his two innings of work at the Metrodome. Throwing from a 3/4's arm slot, Graffeo showed a steady tempo delivery and worked his fastball in the 85/86 range. He backed his fastball up with a low 70's curveball which he was able to get over for strikes, striking out two and and allowing only the single to Trey Beckman.

Hunter Davis tied Graffeo for the best velocity of the game, touching 89, working in the mid to upper 80's in his two innings of work. A long limbed, lanky frame, Davis had a quick two innings, having a 3-up/3-down inning and shattered 2 bats in the process.He also showed a high 70's change and a low 70's curveball.

Brennan Breaux, a 2015 LHP from Scott LA, is a primary outfielder who got on the bump for the final inning for Gold. Breaux worked 80/81 on his fastball and mixed in a low 70's curveball, striking out 1.

Dayton Dugas (2015; Lake Charles, LA) didn't waste any time to get the scoring started for Gold, who put up 8 runs on the game, blasting a home run to left field and saw the ball jump off his bat.

Josh Naylor (2015; Mississauga, ON), who put his powerful swing on display during batting practice yesterday, showed that he isn't just a pull hitter, driving a fastball on the outside corner to left-center field for a stand up double. In his second AB, Naylor make a loud out, lining another outside pitch, this time to left field.  

Bryant Bowen (2015; Shreveport, LA) looked good defensively and showed a strong arm behind the plate and picked up a double in his second AB, collecting a RBI. 
Game 3 Navy vs Red >>
In the final game of an eventful first day at the Junior National Showcase, the 2 runs Red plated in the 6th inning proved to be enough to edge out Navy by a final of 2-1. 

Highly projectable 2016 RHP Dakota Donovan (Washington, UT) was very good in his three innings of work, striking out 6 of the 10 batters he faced. Donovan's delivery is very calm and under control, which allows him to repeat his delivery, which is not often seen in young players with XL frames. Arm works really well, pumping in fastballs at 84/85 touching 86, complemented by a hard curveball 72-74 with sweeping action. 

LHP Connor Eason (Chesapeake, VA-University of Virginia commit) followed Donovan with some heat of his own topping out at 89, sitting 86-88 and showed the ability to maintain his velocity, still touching 87 in the third. Had two different curveballs, a soft get-me-over up to 69 mph and a harder curveball up to 75. In his three innings, Eason struck out 4 and surrendered only 2 hits. 

Each pitcher Red rolled out seemed up bump the velocity a tick higher than the previous pitcher, and Ethan Franklin (2015; Evadale, TX) was no exception. Throwing two innings, Franklin struck out 3 and only gave up 2 hits. He ran his fastball up to 91 and was 88/89 early on in his first inning. He hides the ball well and its able to get the ball on the hitter in a hurry, throwing down hill and using his strong lower half to drive towards the plate. Threw a 70 mph curveball, but was a primary fastball pitcher.

Finishing up the game for Red was Jake Bedevian (RHP; Houston, TX, who struck out 2 of the 5 hitters he faced. Throwing his fastball at 85/86 mph, Bedevian also flashed a mid-70's slurve which he showed a good feel for and had good shape and depth. 

It took three games, but Tristan Metten (Lewisville, TX) hit the first home run of the Junior National, a no doubt blast over the left field fence. Ball jumped off his bat and got out in a hurry.

Troy Alexander is a highly projectable player standing at 6-foot-3 and very athletic actions all day. 

The first six innings of the game for Navy were split 3 and 3 between two Pennsylvania pitchers, Culver Hughes and Eli Nabholz. 

Culver Hughes (RHP; Exton, PA) cruised through his three innings surrendering only one hit while striking out 7 of the 10 batters he faced. Hughes threw his fastball 84/85 topping 87 throughout his outing, showing he could maintain his velocity. In control of his delivery, Hughes can throw his fastball to spots and will occasionally cut the pitch as well. Showed some feel for both his low 70's curveball, which got better the more he threw it and a high 70's change-up.

The next Pennsylvanian RHP to throw was Eli Nabholz (2015; Pottsville, PA), who dialed his fastball up to 89 in his three innings of work. Nabholz has a big, strong frame standing at 6-foot-6, 215 pounds and could throw harder as he fills out his frame. Flashed 3 different off speed pitches; curveball at 69/70, change-up 70-72, and a slider at 82.

Addison Albright, a 2015 LHP from Cumming, GA threw 2 innings and showed good command of the strike zone, striking out 4 of the 7 hitters he faced and only gave up 1 hit. His fastball sat 83-85 and he was able to show very good command of that pitch. Albright's fastball has deception with life and gets on hitters quickly. He also sets up hitters with a good mid-70's curveball, which showed potential to be a plus pitch.

The final pitcher of day one was Robert Evans, a 2015 RHP from Frisco, TX. Evans ran his fastball up to 86, sitting around 84 and showed nice arm action when throwing his fastball. He struck out 3 of the 5 hitters he faced. He also threw a low-70's curveball and a high 70's slider, but his best off speed a 75/76 change-up, which showed good life and repeated arm speed on.


Chris Botsoe (2015; Hinsdale, IL-University of Louisville commit) had a double in the 8th inning and just seemed to glides around the base paths while running. Prototypical lead-off hitter. 
Game 2 Gold vs Green >>
The second game of the day between the Gold and Green saw some pitchers bring some heat off the mound, with all 9 pitchers touching at least 85. Green edged out Gold by a score of 4-3

LHP Kyle Robeniol, (2015; Alta Loma, CA), got the start for the Green team, going the first 2 innings. Working corners and mixing up three pitches, Robeniol struck out the side in the first and ended up with 4 total strikeouts, allowing only one hit. He threw his fastball 83-85, topping 86, while throwing a curveball 64-68 and a change-up 74-76. His curveball was soft but showed a good feel for it, snapping it off frequently, and showing 12/6 break. Change-up showed good fade and was able to repeat delivery his whole start for all three pitches. 

RHP Reid Schaller, (2016; Lebanon, IN) is one of three impressive 2016 graduates in attendance this event. Running his fastball up to 89, he was 85-88 mph with a lot of 88's in his 2 innings. With a lean frame and being a year younger than the rest of the Junior National participants, it's easy to say Schaller will throw harder in the near future. His curveball sat in the 74-76 mph range, showing 11/5 break and a change-up at 75, pounding the zone with all three pitches. He had three strikeouts in his two innings of work.

Next on the bump for Green was Bobby Gauvreau, a 2015 righty coming from Marietta, GA. Throwing his fastball at 86-90, bumping 91, Gauvreau threw the hardest of all pitchers in the second game. With his three pitch repertoire, fastball along with a slider 74-77 and a 11/5 break curveball at 78-80, Gauvreau pounded the strike zone, K'ing 2. Mechanically, his arm works well, throwing from a compact delivery and showed clean arm action. 

Kyle Tyler, a 6-foot RHP from Oklahoma City, OK, followed Gauvreau on the mound. Tyler was very effective, pounding the strike zone with a 3 pitch mix. His fastball sat 82-84, topping 85 with natural cut to it and his curveball was 70/71, showing a good feel for it and ability to locate it inside to right-handed hitters. Tyler threw two quick innings, facing only 7 batters, striking out four of them. 

The last pitcher schedule for the Green team was Ryan Feltner, a very projectable RHP from Hudson, OH. Pitching with a deceptive delivery, Feltner, like the rest of his staff, had a very quick two innings, facing only 7 batters, striking out one and allowing only a single hit to the second batter he faced. His fastball sat 81-84, topping 85, showing some arm side run and threw an 11/5 break curveball to the tune of 66/67 topping at 70. 

2016 Seth Beer (Suwanee, GA) had a hard hit opposite field double, showing off both his power potential and fluid stroke, along with his ability to run the bases. He also turned a single virtually into a triple, leading off the 10th inning with a base hit and then proceeded to steal second base and thrid base. 

2015 John Murphy (2015; Merchantville, NJ) got things going for the Gold team on the mound, getting on top of his fastball, clocking in 86-88, topping 89 MPH. Murphy struck out 6 of 10 batters, including striking out the side in the second inning, thanks to attacking hitters with his lively fastball, a 10-5 curve in the upper 60's/lower 70's, and a change-up up at 78. 

LHP Ty Harris (2015; Bryant, AR), Arkansas commit, followed Murphy and threw three innings for Gold. Throwing from an over the top arm slot, Harris was able to get sharp, late bite on his curveball, with 11/5 shape, clocking in low-mid 70's. He showed a good feel for both his curveball and fastball which he located to both sides of the plate. Clean mechanics and his fastball clocked in 83/84, topping 85.

Austin Reich, a 2015 graduate from Saint Francisville, LA cranked his fastball up to 87, sitting 83-85 in his two innings of work. Reich faced 6 hitters in his two innings, having two 3-up, 3-down innings. This can be attributed to the life on his fastball generated from his over the top arm angle, along with working quick off the mound. 

Final pitcher of the game for Gold was Coby Roddy, who hails from Orange, TX, attending Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School. Equipped with a live fastball topping at 90, attacked hitters with his fastball, which almost has 2-seam action to it. If his velocity wasn't hard enough for hitters, Roddy hides the ball very well to go along with sharp, mid 70's curve that showed plus potential.

Showing his power potential at the plate earlier in the day, Dayton Dugas (2015, Lake Charles, LA) showed that his arm strength plays in games, delivering a perfect strike from center-field to third base to nail the runner trying to get an extra base. 

Christopher Reid (2015, Baton Rouge, LA) picked himself up a single, knocking in the second run for Gold and stole a base. 
Game 1 Royal vs Texas Orange >>
The first game of the Junior National Showcase at the Metrodome between the Royal and Texas Orange team was quite the pitching dual, with both team sending four pitchers to the bump and the game resulting in a 2-2 tie. 

RHP Alex Carpenter (2015; Satellite Beach, FL) took the hill first for Texas Orange and struck out the first four hitters he faced and struck out 7 of the 9 total batters he faced in his three innings of work. Throwing from a high 3/4's arm slot, Carpenter worked 87-90, complemented by a 76 mph curveball and 80 change-up. The Florida State commit pounded the strike zone in his three innings of work and had some cut on his fastball. 

LHP Kyle Anderson (2015; Evans, GA) followed Carpenter for the Texas Orange team, giving up 1 hit in his three innings of work, striking out 3 batters. Anderson, a South Carolina commit, worked in the 80-83 range (top 84) with his cutting fastball, a curveball at 74 and a change-up topping at 77, which he showed a good feel for. With a thin, medium build and easy arm action, it's easy to expect a tick in Anderson's stuff once he fills out a bit.

Working the 7th and 8th innings for the Texas Orange squad was Adnan Sator, a 2014 RHP from Chichago, IL. Sander faced one batter over the minimum, striking out 1 while throwing 84-87 with hard tailing action. He was able to work downhill and keep hitters off balance, mixing in a curveball up to 71 which had some depth 

The fourth pitcher that Texas Orange used was Matt Roll, a 2015 RHP hailing from Meridan, ID. Roll has a long, lean projectable frame and throws from a 3/4's arm slot. He pitched in the 80-83 range and threw three different off speed pitches; curveball at 70 which had depth and he showed a feel for, slider at 73 and a change-up at 70. He struck out two batters in his 2 innings of work, walking none.

Both OF Nicholas Browne (2015; Voorhees, NJ) OF/LHP Jimmy Herron (2015; Harleysville, PA) showed well in BP and that performance carried over into the game. Browne had the first hit of the game for either side, singling and then eventually scoring the first run of the game. He certainly looks the part at 6-foot-3 and has the bat speed to match. Herron had a nice opposite field double, collecting an RBI and the second run for Texas Orange.

Jacob Bukauskas (2015; Ashburn, VA) got the ball for the Royal team and he didn't disappoint. A top 10 arm in the class of 2015, Bukauskas ran his fastball up to 93 today, sitting 88-92 in his 3 innings of work. A slender, athletic build, he threw a tight slider up to 81 and a change-up to 78, which had some dip and sink on it. Throughout his outing, Bukauskas worked downhill and had some cut on his fastballl, striking out 5.

RHP Andy Pagnozzi, a 2015 graduate from Fayetteville, AR, worked 84-89, topping out at 90 in his 3 innings of work Tuesday afternoon. He worked him both a 11/5 curveball at 72 and a cutter which he threw 81/82. Pagnozzi threw downhill on all his pitches and was able to maintain his velo and break from the stretch.

The third pitcher for Royal, TJ Harpenau a 2015 RHP from Fort Smith, AR threw two innings and faced just one batter over the minimum, striking out 4 batters. Harpenau maintained 81-85 mph life in his 2 innings, working exclusively from the stretch. He threw both a slider, 75, and curveball, 71, to help keep hitters off balance, evidenced by allowing only one hit. 

The final pitcher for Game 1 was LHP Dylan Cyphert, 2015; Oil City, PA. Cyphert has a highly projectable frame, with a tall, lanky build and a high waist. In his delivery, he hides the ball very well, has a clean arm action and gets downhill. He worked between 82 and 85 on his fastball, good movement on his fastball and hard sink on his 2-seam, along with throwing 2 off-speed pitches. He threw his curveball at 66 and a change-up at 76, with same arm speed and action as his fastball. 

Christopher Chatfield, a 2015 outfielder from Riverview, FL, hit a double down the opposite field line, eventually scoring the first run for Royal in the 9th inning. He got down the line well and was able to go into second standing up. 
Junior National Batting Practice >>
Royal

Chistopher Chatfield (2015, Spoto) impressed in both the workout and batting practice Tuesday morning. Chatfield, a quick twitch athlete, showed a quick swing and got the bat through the zone, hitting the ball hard to all fields. 

Mitchell Hansen (2015, Plano) took a very good round of BP, driving the ball regularly to the fence. He has a quick left-handed bat and saw the ball jump off his bat each time he made contact, especially to deep right field. 

Brendan Illies (2015; Edgewood, WA) had a nice showing this morning, putting his hit tool on display. Illies got good extension out front on his swings and showed the ability to power the ball to all fields. 

Jeremy Eierman (2015; Warsaw, MO) is the younger brother of Rays draft pick Johnny Eierman, and Jeremy is a very good prospect in his own right. Eierman has a strong build, kept his hands in on swings and hit the ball with some force. With a couple minor adjustments, a lot of power at the plate should follow.

Tyler Williams (2015; Peoria, AZ) is a highly athletic player, patrolling the outfield for Kellis High School in Arizona. Williams is the type of player scouts like to dream on has he is highly projectable and drove the ball regularly with  in his hitting session this morning. Once he starts to use lower half in his swing, the sky could be the limit for him. 
Navy

Chris Botsoe (2015, Hinsdale Central), a Louisville commit, generated some good bat speed which resulted in hard line drives to the outfield. He has an easy swing and rotates his hips well, helping produce those line drives.

Robert Evans (2015; Frisco, TX) put two of his final batting practice swings over the right field fence, giving him the most home runs hit in batting practice today. When the ball came in, he uncoiled from his load turning his hips and getting his bat through the zone, resulting in hard hit baseballs. 

Christopher Cullen (2015; Cumming, GA) has a highly projectable frame and will be able to drive the ball even farther once he starts to fill out. This morning, Cullen continuously made hard contact and showed present gap-to-gap power.

David Posas (2015; Valdosta, GA) batted from both sides of the plate this morning, but it was his swings from the left side that made an impression. Posas showed very good bad speed from the left side and a strong lower half, ending in some hard hit balls to the outfield.

Gold

Nicholas Shumpert (2015, Highlands Ranch) took one of the more impressive rounds at the Metrodome this morning, spraying hard hit balls to all fields. Shumpert showed some opposite field power, getting the barrel of the bat through the zone and going with the pitch.

O'Neal Lochridge ( 2015, St Thomas More) grabbed the attention of all in attendance when the ball cracked off his bat during his round. Lochridge has a lot of power in his swing and drove the baseball with ease to deep left field, turning his hips and whipping his bat through the zone. 

Josh Naylor (2015, St. Joan of Arc) brought all his talent to Minnesota, showing well in the outfield, first base, and especially in the batter's box. Naylor let everybody see his left-handed power, driving the ball with force to his pull-side (right field) and hitting the event's first homerun halfway up the right field bleachers. The ball jumped off his bat and it's easy to see more power in the future.

Michael Hickman (2015, Seven Lakes) is a left-handed hitting catcher, with a strong, mature frame. His swing is as impressive as his frame, getting the bat through the zone, resulting in hard, loud contact.

Grant Sloan (2015, Zionsville Community) is physically imposing standing 6-foot-4 with room to fill. Sloan generated some very good bat speed, hitting the ball hard to all fields and displayed gap-to-gap power. As he adds on to his frame, he should seen an increase in his power as well. 



Green

Johnathan India (2015; Coral Springs, FL) had a real easy swing during his round, showing some extention out front in his swing and the ability to drive the ball. He uses his lower half well and will see his power continue to increase over the next couple of years. 

Seth Beer (2016; Suwanee, GA) is a highly projectable left-handed bat and one of only three 2016 graduates participating in the event. A left-handed batter, Beer has a very fast bat, whipping the barrel head through the zone, and as a result the ball jumped off his bat.

Michael Curry (2015; Murphy, GA) had a very good workout, both behind the plate and at it. When he stepped into the batter's box, Curry pulled his hands through the zone with good bat speed, with the ball jumping off his bat hard.

Julian Infante (2015; Miami, FL) is very athletic and showed well all morning, in drills and batting practice. Infante made hard contact repeatedly, showing present strength, spraying line drives to all parts of the field. 

Zack Kone (2015; Boca Raton, FL) is commited to Duke University and plays his summer ball for South Florida Elite. A very good defensive shortstop, Kone took a very impressive round of BP this morning, making hard contact throughout his session.

Joshua Stowers (2015; Westchester, IL) looked the part of a prototypical lead off hitter, being a quick twitch type player, with a short, simple swing. He has good bat speed and a loose swing and could see some pop develop in his bat in the near future. 

Blake Brewster (2015; Moore, OK) is an outfielder from Moore High School and is currently committed to the University of Oklahoma. He gets his bat quickly through the zone, hitting multiple line drives to the outfield during batting practice this morning.

Wyatt Cross (2015; Broomfield, CO) has a bring frame and although he showed some present power, it's safe to say more will be coming in the future. Cross showed some very good bat speed, hitting the ball hard to his pull side (right field).


Texas Orange

Jimmy Herron (2015; Harleysville, PA) showed well all day on the first day of the event, both in the box and in the field. Herron is one of the those left-handed throwing, right-handed hitting players. At the plate, Herron showed a quick, short swing and the ability to drive the ball to the outfield. 

Ramon Alejo (2015; Orlando, FL) is a lead off type hitter who has committed to Mississippi. A simple approach at the plate, Alejo showed a short, compact swing and was quick to the ball. He's a contact hitter with a good feel for the bat when he's in the box. 
 
Brendan Rodgers (2015; Longwood, FL) displayed a quick bat and generated some good bat speed this morning, resulting in some hard hit balls pull-side (left field). 

Brandon Perez (2015; Ladera Ranch, CA) has started at shortstop for Mater Dei since his freshman year and has committed to the University of Oregon. In his batting session this morning, Perez showed good bat speed from the right side, driving the ball, thanks  to his line-drive swing plane, to all parts of the field.

Bryan Scheker (2015; Clermont, FL) has a strong frame and plently of athleticism to complement. Based off of the swings he took this morning and some added projection, it's not hard to imagine Scheker becoming a big power hitter in the years to come.

Nicholas Browne (2015; Voorhees, NJ) put his bat speed on display this morning and the results came with it. A tall projectable frame, Browne was quick to the ball with a short swing and plenty of power in batting practice. He has some opposite field power currently and it should continue to develop with more repetitions. 

Red

Jahmai Jones (2015; Roswell, GA) showed an easy swing with strength behind it, driving the ball to left-field and left-center field. Jones got good extension on his swings and consistently saw the ball jump hard off his bat this morning.

David Villar (2015; Pembroke Pines, FL) has a good approach and simple swing at the plate, getting his hands through the zone, barreling up the ball with nearly every swing. His hits found gap and Villar has an opposite field approach too.

Chase Whetsel (2015; Corpus Christi, TX), a University of Texas commit, showed a fluid swing, with good bat speed, and as a result, the ball jumped off the bat.  

Shane Nobiensky (2015; La Mesa, CA) is a switch hitting catcher from Helix High School in California. From the left side, Nobiensky showed a line drive swing, making good contact thanks to his bat speed he generates. From the right side, he was a little less polished, but still showed line drive contact in the pitches he saw.

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Name Pop Grad School City St
Dominic DiCaprio 1.81 2015 Marjory Stoneman Douglas Coral Springs FL
Matthew Anderson 1.85 2015 Evans Evans GA
Wyatt Cross 1.85 2015 Legacy Broomfield CO
Willie Burger 1.87 2015 Lancaster Catholic Maytown PA
Michael Curry 1.87 2015 Murphy Murphy NC
Zeke Pinkham 1.88 2015 Elizabethtown Elizabethtown KY
Nick Fortes 1.90 2015 Deland Deland FL
Brendan Illies 1.90 2015 Puyallup Edgewood WA
Shane Nobiensky 1.90 2015 Helix La Mesa CA
Rudy Karre 1.91 2015 Liberty Peoria AZ
Tyler Dietrich 1.96 2015 Out-Of-Door Academy Lakewood Ranch FL
Ryan Sloniger 1.97 2015 Punxsutawney Punxsutawney PA
Christopher Cullen 1.98 2015 West Forsyth Cumming GA
Michael Hickman 1.98 2015 Seven Lakes Katy TX
Bryant Bowen 2.00 2015 Captain Shreve Shreveport LA
Gabriel Garcia 2.00 2015 Montverde Academy Coamo PR
Jackson Lueck 2.00 2015 Orangewood Christian Longwood FL
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NameCGradSchoolCitySt
Christopher Cullen 83 2015 West Forsyth Cumming GA
Michael Curry 82 2015 Murphy Murphy NC
Matthew Anderson 81 2015 Evans Evans GA
Shane Nobiensky 81 2015 Helix La Mesa CA
Dominic DiCaprio 80 2015 Marjory Stoneman Douglas Coral Springs FL
Gabriel Garcia 80 2015 Montverde Academy Coamo PR
Michael Hickman 80 2015 Seven Lakes Katy TX
Brendan Illies 80 2015 Puyallup Edgewood WA
Rudy Karre 80 2015 Liberty Peoria AZ
Willie Burger 79 2015 Lancaster Catholic Maytown PA
Wyatt Cross 79 2015 Legacy Broomfield CO
Ryan Sloniger 79 2015 Punxsutawney Punxsutawney PA
Jackson Lueck 77 2015 Orangewood Christian Longwood FL
Bryant Bowen 76 2015 Captain Shreve Shreveport LA
Nick Fortes 75 2015 Deland Deland FL
Zeke Pinkham 74 2015 Elizabethtown Elizabethtown KY
Tyler Dietrich 73 2015 Out-Of-Door Academy Lakewood Ranch FL
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Name1BGradSchoolCitySt
Josh Naylor 92 2015 St. Joan of Arc Mississauga ON
Desmond Lindsay 82 2015 Out-Of-Door Academy Bradenton FL
John Gillett 80 2015 Brazos Christian Bryan TX
Jaxxon Fagg 79 2015 Williams Field Gilbert AZ
Ryan Beard 78 2015 Rocky Mountain Meridian ID
Devin Davis 76 2015 Valencia High School Santa Clarita CA
Tommy Dolan 75 2015 Incline Incline Village NV
Kyle Tyler 75 2015 Westmoore Oklahoma City OK
Kolton Kendrick 74 2015 St. Paul`s Loranger LA
Dillon Paulson 73 2015 Santa Fe Christian Schools San Marcos CA
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Name IF Grad School City St
Devon Roedahl 91 2015 West Brook Sr Beaumont TX
Daniel Neal 90 2015 South Laurel London KY
Ramon Alejo 89 2015 Boone Orlando FL
Nicholas Shumpert 89 2015 Highlands Ranch Lone Tree CO
Matthew Vierling 89 2015 Christian Brothers College St. Louis MO
Ryan Mantle 88 2015 Linn Linn MO
Gabriel Garcia 87 2015 Montverde Academy Coamo PR
Jonah Garrison 87 2015 Edgewater Orlando FL
Zack Kone 87 2015 Pine Crest Boca Raton FL
Brendan Rodgers 87 2015 Lake Mary Longwood FL
Jordan Stephens 87 2015 Legend Parker CO
Travis Blankenhorn 86 2015 Pottsville Area Pottsville PA
Ethan Franklin 86 2015 Kountze Evadale TX
Brendan Hamilton 86 2015 Mater Dei Corona Del Mar CA
Julian Infante 86 2015 Westminster Christian Miami FL
O'Neal Lochridge 86 2015 St Thomas More Lafayette LA
Robert Evans 85 2015 Liberty Frisco TX
Rollin Layton 85 2015 Homeschool Jacksonville FL
Christopher Reid 85 2015 St. Michael the Archangel Baton Rouge LA
Grant Sloan 85 2015 Zionsville Community Zionsville IN
Ke'Bryan Hayes 84 2015 Concordia Lutheran Tomball TX
Johnathan India 84 2015 American Heritage Coral Springs FL
Parker Kelly 84 2015 Westview Portland OR
Xavier LeGrant 84 2015 Phillip O Berry Academy Of Tec Charlotte NC
Matthew Mercer 84 2015 Timberline Lacey WA
Tristan Metten 84 2015 Prestonwood Christian Academy Lewisville TX
Christopher Cullen 83 2015 West Forsyth Cumming GA
Bakari Gayle 83 2015 Redan Stone Mountain GA
Riley Hood 83 2015 Foster Rosenberg TX
Rudy Karre 83 2015 Liberty Peoria AZ
Niko Navarro 83 2015 Los Osos Rancho Cucamonga CA
Tanner Schuetz 83 2015 Kempner Sugar Land TX
Yomar Valentin 83 2015 Montverde Academy Montverde FL
David Villar 83 2015 American Heritage Pembroke Pines FL
Nicholas Butts 82 2015 Manchester Chesterfield VA
Jeremy Eierman 82 2015 Warsaw Warsaw MO
Desmond Lindsay 82 2015 Out-Of-Door Academy Bradenton FL
Brandon Perez 82 2015 Mater Dei Ladera Ranch CA
Easton Walker 82 2015 Pleasant Grove Pleasant Grove UT
Keaton Weisz 82 2015 La Jolla Country Day Poway CA
Top OF Velos >>
NameOFGradSchoolCitySt
Josh Naylor 95 2015 St. Joan of Arc Mississauga ON
Matthew Vierling 92 2015 Christian Brothers College St. Louis MO
Luke Eigsti 91 2015 Saguaro Scottsdale AZ
Rollin Layton 91 2015 Homeschool Jacksonville FL
Seth Beer 90 2016 Kings Ridge Christian Suwanee GA
Wyatt Cross 90 2015 Legacy Broomfield CO
Julian Infante 90 2015 Westminster Christian Miami FL
Chad Smith 90 2015 South Gwinnett Snellville GA
Chris Botsoe 89 2015 Hinsdale Central Hinsdale IL
Eriq White 89 2015 Shiloh Snellville GA
Brennan Breaux 88 2015 St Thomas More Scott LA
Dominic DiCaprio 88 2015 Marjory Stoneman Douglas Coral Springs FL
Brendan Hamilton 88 2015 Mater Dei Corona Del Mar CA
Mitchell Hansen 88 2015 Plano Sr Plano TX
Michael Hickman 88 2015 Seven Lakes Katy TX
Cameron Montgomery 88 2015 Olympia Windermere FL
Demi Orimoloye 88 2015 St Matthew Orleans ON
Nicholas Shumpert 88 2015 Highlands Ranch Lone Tree CO
Jimmy Herron 87 2015 La Salle College Harleysville PA
Jonathan Engelmann 86 2015 Burlingame San Mateo CA
Peyton Grassanovits 86 2015 Keller Southlake TX
Ryan McKay 86 2015 Viera Melbourne FL
Alfonso Rivas 86 2015 La Jolla Country Day Poway CA
Yomar Valentin 86 2015 Montverde Academy Montverde FL
Christopher Chatfield 85 2015 Spoto Riverview FL
Matt Roll 85 2015 Rocky Mountain Meridian ID
Joshua Stowers 85 2015 Mount Carmel Westchester IL
Henry Stellwagen 84 2015 Loyola Pasadena CA
James Dawson Terrell III 84 2015 St Patrick-St. Vincent Fairfield CA
Gabriel Tillman 84 2015 South Gwinnett Snellville GA
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Name60GradSchoolCitySt
Satchel McElroy 6.44 2015 Clear Creek League City TX
Bakari Gayle 6.46 2015 Redan Stone Mountain GA
Alex Shaver 6.46 2015 George Ranch Sugar Land TX
Jimmy Herron 6.54 2015 La Salle College Harleysville PA
Demi Orimoloye 6.57 2015 St Matthew Orleans ON
Tyler Williams 6.59 2015 Raymond S. Kellis Peoria AZ
Jahmai Jones 6.62 2015 Wesleyan Roswell GA
Keaton Weisz 6.65 2015 La Jolla Country Day Poway CA
Dayton Dugas 6.68 2015 Sam Houston Lake Charles LA
Darius Hill 6.68 2015 Jesuit College Prep Plano TX
Nicholas Shumpert 6.70 2015 Highlands Ranch Lone Tree CO
Joshua Stowers 6.72 2015 Mount Carmel Westchester IL
James Dawson Terrell III 6.72 2015 St Patrick-St. Vincent Fairfield CA
Travis Blankenhorn 6.75 2015 Pottsville Area Pottsville PA
Rudy Karre 6.75 2015 Liberty Peoria AZ
David Santos 6.76 2015 American Heritage Thomasville GA
Ramon Alejo 6.77 2015 Boone Orlando FL
Mitchell Hansen 6.78 2015 Plano Sr Plano TX
Tristan Metten 6.78 2015 Prestonwood Christian Academy Lewisville TX
Chris Botsoe 6.80 2015 Hinsdale Central Hinsdale IL
Peyton Grassanovits 6.80 2015 Keller Southlake TX
Chase Whetsel 6.80 2015 Calallen Corpus Christi TX
Jonathan Engelmann 6.81 2015 Burlingame San Mateo CA
Cade Edwards 6.82 2015 Second Baptist Houston TX
Brendan Rodgers 6.83 2015 Lake Mary Longwood FL
Chad Smith 6.83 2015 South Gwinnett Snellville GA
Eriq White 6.85 2015 Shiloh Snellville GA
Blake Brewster 6.86 2015 Moore Moore OK
O'Neal Lochridge 6.86 2015 St Thomas More Lafayette LA
Bryan Scheker 6.86 2015 Montverde Academy Clermont FL
Johnathan India 6.87 2015 American Heritage Coral Springs FL
Xavier LeGrant 6.87 2015 Phillip O Berry Academy Of Tec Charlotte NC
Jonah Garrison 6.88 2015 Edgewater Orlando FL
Cameron Montgomery 6.88 2015 Olympia Windermere FL
Andrew Marquardt 6.91 2015 Rockhurst High School, Kansas City, Missouri Leawood KS
Daniel Neal 6.91 2015 South Laurel London KY
Tanner Schuetz 6.93 2015 Kempner Sugar Land TX
Henry Stellwagen 6.93 2015 Loyola Pasadena CA
Addison Albright 6.94 2015 West Forsyth Cumming GA
Corey Chambliss 6.94 2015 Oakville Sr. Oakville MO
Keshawn Lynch 6.94 2015 Haines City Senior Lake Hamilton FL
Zack Kone 6.95 2015 Pine Crest Boca Raton FL
David Chabut 6.96 2015 Loganville Loganville GA
Jeremy Eierman 6.96 2015 Warsaw Warsaw MO
A.J. Graffanino 6.97 2015 Northwest Christian Peoria AZ
Ryan Mountcastle 6.97 2015 Hagerty Winter Springs FL
Christopher Cullen 6.98 2015 West Forsyth Cumming GA
Desmond Lindsay 6.99 2015 Out-Of-Door Academy Bradenton FL
Matthew Vierling 6.99 2015 Christian Brothers College St. Louis MO
Bobby Gauvreau 7.00 2015 Sprayberry Marietta GA
T.J. Hopkins 7.00 2015 Summerville South Carolina Summerville SC