Starting from a wide base with a high handset, 2015 LeoRodriguez (Mount Dora, FL) showed the ability to get his hands to the ball, resulting in line drive contact with some lift at the end of his swing.
Cash Case (Mount Dora,FL) is a 2017 graduate who has the ability to handle the bat from both sides ofthe plate. Right handed he is able to keep his hands in to create contact and from the left side the ball jumps off his bat, showing a smooth swing and a nice power potential as he continues to grow physically.
2016 John Baker (Fenton, MI) is a strong, 6-foot-2 205 right handed hitter who is able to get good extension with the bat, finishing his swing with some lift and has the ability to drive the ball. That was evident as he made contact to all fields and able to put one over the Green Monster at JetBlue Stadium.
2016 Michael Musselwhite (Lumberton, NC) showedgood bat speed and some interesting pop in his swing. He has a sound approach at the plate and with maturity, his power will continue to improve.
2015 Edwin Pichardo (Hollywood, FL) put a smooth swing on display, barreling the ball to all parts of the field. Using a short, quick swing, Pichardo showed a direct path the ball, which jumped off his bat.
2016 Chris Thompson (Simpsonville, SC) is a switch hitter who showed an identical set up and approach from both sides of the plate. He shows a quick bat and lift both right and left handed and will see his power increase as he fills out his frame.
2016 Jake Zarrello (Miami, FL) has a strong6-foot-2, 195 frame, which he uses very well in the batters box. Showing an easy swing, Zarrello has big power to his pull side, getting the barrel through the zone and watching the ball jump as a culmination of strength and bat speed.
2015 Zachary Ramzy (Los Angeles, CA) made the trip across the country and came out ready to swing. Using his strong lower half and the bat speed he is able to generate, Ramzy made consistent hard contact to all fields, showing the same fluid, balanced swing each time.
Despite his size and being listed as a primary left handed pitcher, 2016 William Heflin (Talbott, TN) had a nice showing in his round of batting practice. With loose wrists, Heflin made consistent line drive contact and once he got into a groove, he started to show some power in his swing.
Like Heflin above, 2015 Joshua Smith (Saline,MI) is a primary left handed pitcher who showed the ability to handle the bat.Smith has good bat speed and uses his strength to lift the ball to his pull side regularly.
2015 Greg Pickett (Aurora, CO) has put his power on display multiple times at Perfect Game events and did so again today.Pickett showed power to his pull side and up the middle, along with a very quick bat which he uses to help gain leverage with his 6-foot-4 frame.
2015 Bay To (Philadelphia, PA) is a quick twitch athlete who has good tools at the plate. With a short, compact swing, To was able to produce consistent pull side contact and will continue to grow as a hitter over the next two years.
2015 Jason Heinrich (Spring Hill, FL) has an athletic frame and has a direct bat path to the ball. Consistently showing a fast bat and hard contact each swing, Heinrich was able to put three balls over the Green Monster replica at JetBlue Stadium.
2015 Josh Naylor (Mississauga, ON) showed his incredibly fast bat this afternoon and after hitting a couple of balls to the warning track, Naylor was able to knocked his last swing out of the park down the right field line
2015 Kennie Taylor (St. Petersburg, FL)consistently squared the ball up in his round of batting practice with hard contact to his pull side and also flashed some power in his right handed swing.
2016 Herbert Iser (Miami, FL) showed a smooth left handed swing with good bat speed and projectable strength. He uses his lower half well to transfer his weight and generate the power he presently shows.
2015 Enrique Ferrer (Naples, FL) had the ball jump off his bat throughout his round, getting some late lift in his swing and showing strength to his pull side gap.
2015 Eric Feliz (Englewood Cliffs, NJ) has started to incorporate his lower half into his swing and it showed today, with the ball jumping off his bat on the four home runs that he it. Feliz is able to get his hips through quickly, along with quick hands and a very fast bat.
Following up Feliz was 2015 Kep Brown (MountPleasant, SC) who cleared the Green Monster completely on one of his home runs.With his 6-foot-5 frame, Brown is able to generate some serious leverage in his swing, with easy power and the ability to stay balanced throughout his swing.
2015 Blaise Maris (Gainesville, FL) put an easy swing on display, barreling up the ball consistently with simple swing mechanics that he was able to repeat well.
2015 Daz Cameron (McDonough, GA) showed a very calm, balanced approach at the plate, with no wasted movement throughout his swing. He has very fast hands and loose wrists, resulting in a fast bat, from which the ball jumps and makes loud contact.
2015 Alonzo Jones (Columbus, GA) has a strong,compact frame and hit from both sides of the plate this afternoon. From the left side he showed some power to his pull side gap and ability to square the ball up, but from the right side he was able to create hard line drive contact to all parts of the field, showing even better pop than from the left.
2015 Manny Chavarria (Smithville, GA) turned in a strong batting practice round, having the ball jump off his bat on multiple occasions on line drive contact to his pull side.
2015 Isiah Gilliam (Stone Mountain, GA) is a strong, intimidating 6-foot-3 215 switch hitter who had a strong showing from both sides today. Right handed, Gilliam peppered deep left field with hard line drives which seem to find a second gear mid flight. Left handed Gilliam shows a fast bat with which he creates lift in his swing and drives the ball.
2015 Max Wotell (Marvin, NC) fit the reoccurring theme of primary left handed pitchers putting on a strong batting practice performance. Wotell let his athleticism do the talking and swung the bat very well, getting good leverage on the ball, showing a fast bat, and put two balls over the Green Monster.
2015 Cameron Gregory (Big Canoe, GA) gets his bat to the ball quickly and made consistent contact throughout his round. With a loose, calm approach, Gregory hit line drives up the middle and also showed some power in his swing.
2016 Josh Winckowski (Fort Myers, FL) was able to generate leverage on his swing, using his 6-foot-2 frame to his advantage.Showing good bat speed, Winckowski should see his power continuing to improve as he fills out and adds strength.
2016 Chase McCroskey (Anderson, SC) has a short, compact swing with the ability to stay inside the baseball and he showed it well today in batting practice. He gets leverage in his swing currently and is a player to watch over the next couple of years.
2016 Antwaun Tucker (Chase City, VA) is an interesting player to follow as he continues to add strength to his frame.Tucker showed a sound approach at the plate today, with good bat speed and a feel for putting the barrel on the ball.