Liam Scafariello (2015, Southington, CT) produced what was far and away the most impressive round of batting practice on the day, a round that made onlookers turn their heads. He has a different sound off his bat, and he knows how to utilize his extra large, 6-foot-4 frame. He has power from the right side that plays at any level.
Ryan DeWalt (2015, Maple Glen, PA) showed consistent power to the middle of the field in his round in the cage on Saturday. He's a strong hitter who stays balanced and through the baseball. He's a primary pitcher but has highly usable offensive tools.
Austin Nardi (2015, Stamford, CT) carries his hands high and shows good strength in those hands. Looked like one of the more effective and consistent power strokes of the day.
Jake Gillis (2015, Bellmawr, NJ) showed off one of the fastest bats in the cage on Saturday. He's short to the baseball and has a consistent, repeatable swing path. He squared the ball up on almost every one of his swings.
Ryan Calhoun (2015, North Wales, PA) displayed one of the most compact and efficient swings of the day, and also produced some of the hardest line drives. He has an advanced approach at the plate and knows how to use the whole field.
Peter Theodorellis (2017, Commack, NY) was one of the youngest players to swing the bat on Saturday and certainly not among the most physically imposing, but he may have led the day in line drives. Theodorellis squared up every pitch he saw in his round, and sprayed line drives to all fields out of a simple, advanced setup.
Jack Hogan (2016, Pottstown, PA) may be a primary pitch but has offensive skills to be excited about. He shows better than average bat speed and generates big carry off his bat.
Joshua Terry (2014, Bronx, NY) does a a lot of different things on a baseball field and was one of the best athletes on display on Saturday. He also showed a lively bat in the cage on Saturday, flashing good power potential and bat speed.
Carlos Garrido (2015, Trumbull, CT) shows a very quick left-handed stroke and produces hard line drives to his pull side. He generates good lift and looks like he could continue to develop his power stroke.
Jake Allen (2015, Ashburn, VA) uses a calm, middle of the field type approach and that approach led to a superb batting practice round for him. He uses the whole field well and flashes good pull side power potential.