Travis Blankenhorn (2015 Pottsville, PA)-shows a simple, balanced approach at the plate with solid bat speed from the left side. The Kentucky commit has solid bat speed and present strength in the swing with a good feel for the barrel.
Justin Lebek (2015, Wilton CT)-creates line drive contact to all fields with a quick bat from the right side. He shows nice tools with the bat that will continue to improve once he simplifies his approach a little bit.
Joe Zirolli (2015, Kennett Square, PA)-starts from a spread stance and showed very good bat speed from the right side. When he squares it up, the ball jumps hard off of his barrel to the left side and he was able to put a ball over the left field fence with plenty of raw power.
Sam Little (2015, Fayetteville, NY)-creates very good leverage with his long limbs while displaying line drive contact to all fields. The ball carries well off his barrel, as he stays balanced through his swing and projects for more power as he fills out.
Webb Little (2015, Fayetteville, NY)-showed some power of his own, putting a ball over the right field fence. The ball jumps nicely off his barrel and like his brother above, stayed balanced while driving the ball to his pull side.
Jake Leclerc (2015, Pottstown, PA)-put on a nice display of hitting as he showed a fluid swing and feel for the barrel as he consistently put the ball back up the middle during his round.
Luke Scoggins (2015, Merrick, NY)- shifts weight well through his lower half, staying balanced while getting the barrel of the bat consistently to the ball with solid contact to his pull side.
Miles Rimbaud (2016, New York, NY)- was able to put one over the fence this afternoon, using his strong 6-foot-4 and quick bat to power the ball well, especially to left field.
Joe Enea (2015, Manhasset, NY)- is able to create nice leverage and get nice extension in his swing, squaring the ball up virtually every swing with the ball jumping off his barrel.
Ronald Pellegrino Jr (2015, Downington, PA)- Even when he was making average contact, the ball was jumping off of Pellegrino’s bat, who showed a quick bat and a strong upper half.
Liam Moreno (2016, Brookline, MA)- showed a quick, short bat path to the ball which allowed him to connect for solid line drive contact. He gets his hips through well and is able to create some lift in his swing.
Ian McIntosh (2015, Newtown, PA)-created solid contact to the middle of the field with the ability to generate lift and get the barrel consistently to the ball.
Rodrigo Duluc (2015, New York, NY)- showed a quick bat from the right side with some present pop in his swing. Duluc produced hard contact to his pull side with the ability to go back up the middle as well.
Alec Bowman (2016, Boca Raton, FL)- Despite being a 2016, Bowman showed a quick bat that produced consistent line drive contact to all fields with a quick right-handed bat.
Chris Jones (2015, Sewell, NJ)- shows a simple approach in the box with the ball jumping off his bat when he barrels it up. With better use of his lower half, Jones will see his power increase even more.
Ryan Shinn (2015, Jobstown, NJ)- showed a quick and easy swing with fast hands and strength to all fields. Like Jones above, the ball jumps when it’s squared, using a simple load and fast hands to get the barrel through the zone.
Danny Wondrack (2015, Wall, NJ)-impressed with his ability to create hard line drive contact with easy lift to his pull side. The ball jumps well off his barrel when he squares it up to the middle and pull side parts of the field.
Antonio Rivera Jr. (2015, Staten Island, NY)-is able to keep his hands inside the ball with nice bat speed and lift. He shows nice power in his in his right-handed swing with potential for more as he continues to fill out.
Brett Kinneman (2015, York, PA)-showed a fluid left-handed swing with plenty of barreled up contact to all fields. Prototypical lead off guy with feel for the bat and showed off his power by putting two balls over the right field fence.
Mike Pascoe (2016, Poughkeepsie, NY)-generated consistent line drive contact with hard line drives to all fields. Pascoe had a quick, clean swing path while maintaining his balance and with a bit of pop.
Stevie Mangrum (2015, Charlottesville, VA)-showed some of the best power at the showcase blasting two home runs to his pull side. The Virginia Tech commit showed an easy, loose swing with lift, which is generated from a short, quick bat path.
Nick Perez (2015, Lebanon, NJ)-easy swing with consistent line drive contact to his pull side and middle of the field. Perez shows nice rhythm to swing with power that should develop as he continues to fill out his lean, athletic frame.
Ryan DiMeo (2015, Turnersville, NJ)- showed very good raw power in his swing with strong hands and hard contact to his pull side. He shows solid bat speed and is able to generate some lift with his 6-foot-2 frame.
Charlie Concannon (2015, West Chester, PA)- turned in one of the best rounds on the day, showing a fast bat from the left side with very nice lift. He gets his hips through well with quick hands and was able to drive the ball to all fields and put one over the right field fence.
Anthony Meduri (2015, Columbus, NJ)- created hard line drive contact to all fields nicely, showing a short, quick swing and whipping the barrel through the zone.
John Aiello (2015, Lansdale, PA)- showed high level hitting tools from both sides of the plate, showing excellent bat speed and power to all fields. His swing is loose and easy with the ability to drive the ball gap-to-gap with regular contact.
Drew Jarmuz (2015, Kennett Square, PA)- had himself a very nice day and after throwing 88 mph from the OF and running a 6.56 60-yard, Jarmuz capped off Day 1 with a solid BP showing. With very good bat speed, Jarmuz is able to create contact out front and drive the ball when squared.
Ryan Coulon (2015, Lindenhurst, NY)- was swing the bat like it was a toothpick, whipping the barrel of the bat around. He drove the ball to 1 hop the fence multiple times, driving the ball with authority.
Myles Mensah (2016, NW Washington, DC)- is a quick twitch athlete who showed a short, quick swing to generate nice line drive contact.
Mitchell Blackstone (2015, Dunn Loring, VA)- gets the barrel on the ball consistently, creating line drive contact to all fields, especially to his pull side.
Francisco Malave (2015, Middletown, NY)- has strong hands and shows raw power in his swing along with the ability to hit to all fields with a feel for the barrel.
Vito Friscia (2015, Valley Stream, NY)- showed very well in the drills portion behind the plate, popping a 1.81 and 82 mph down to second. His bat is equally intriguing; with easy lift and power to his pull side down the line.
Eric Small (2015, Downingtown, PA)- has a simple approach at the plate with an easy, repeatable swing. He creates contact to all fields and gets nice carry off the barrel.
Rich Rountree (2015, Jackson, NJ)- shows a short and quick path to the ball and is able to generate consistent hard line drive contact to all fields. Rountree is also a solid runner, posting one of the best 60-yard times with a 6.61.
Benjamin Wanger (2015, Newton, MA)- shows quick hands and present power in his swing which will only increase once he incorporates more of his lower half. He starts spread and shows very good strength to his pull side.
Zachary Daniels (2017, Stockbridge, GA)- just completed his freshman year of high school and showed some tools in the box that should be followed over the next three years. He creates some lift in his short swing and projects for some power as he continues to mature.
Bryan Torres (2014, Bronx, NY)- showed well all day and continued to with the bat, showing line drive contact with some surprising pop from a short right-handed swing.