Brandon Fraley (2016, RHP/OF, Middletown, DE) - Taking a very consistent round, Fraley showed an easy line drive stroke and good life off his bat. He stays short to the ball and should continue to develop power wise.
Christian Leonard (2016, C, Lafayette, LA) - Leonard flashes above average bat speed and an aggressive, attack the ball type approach. He produced consistent, hard line drives to right center field.
Nicholas Quintana (2016, SS, Las Vegas, NV) - Showing off one of the loudest bats you'll hear in the 2016 class, Quintana took a calm, measured round and generates rockets to all parts of the park. His carry to the middle of the field really stands out.
Ryan Mejia (2016, OF, Tampa, FL) - Flashing good power, Mejia has above average bat speed and flashed good power potential in his round on Monday. The ball jumps off his barrel.
Herbert Iser (2016, C, Miami, FL) - Iser arguably took the best round of the day, making a big right field at JetBlue Park look small. He launched a ball well over the right center field fence, showing good natural lift and a calm, quiet approach.
Zach Zientarski (2016, 1B, Jupiter, FL) - Flashing good raw power, Zientarski has a physical presence at the plate with present strength. He has a simple approach and used it to his advantage, generating consistent line drives.
Aaron Schunk (2016, SS, Decatur, GA) - Showing off a loose, easy righty stroke, Schunk got extension and produced hard line drives in his BP round. He projects to continue adding power.
Austin Wilhite (2016, Buford, GA) - A projectable right-handed hitter, Wilhite looks to be a hitter with will develop power with maturity. But, right now he is a line drive machine, showing good balance and barrel accuracy.
Daniel Bakst (2016, SS, New York, NY) - Bakst has an aggressive, attack the ball type of approach and it was paying off in his round, as he produced hard line drives to his pull side. He's another highly projectable hitter.
Chris Bashlor (2016, 1B, Richmond Hill, GA) - Bashlor shows off good lift, using a very simple, repeatable approach to drive the ball hard to the gap. He projects to be a power bat at the next level.
Joey Polak (2016, 3B, Quincy, IL) - Working for a strong, wide base, Polak knows how to lift the ball with authority. There is some jump off his bat, and he barreled the ball consistently in his Monday round.
Blake Brady (2016, C, Greenville, SC) - Brady has an uppercut swing path but consistently produced hard pull side line drives on Monday. He has a sound approach and sticks to it.
Will Proctor (2016, SS, Manhattan Beach, CA) - Working from a tall setup, Proctor shows good present strength and hand speed. He hit the ball hard to his pull side and projects for more power down the road.
Mason Studstill (2016, RHP/3B, Titusville, FL) - Studstill shows good present strength and it translates into driving the baseball. He launched a long home run over the Green Monster and showed consistent carry to left field.
Zachary Watson (2016, SS, Ruston, LA) - Watson stays short to the ball and produces consistent, hard line drives. He has quick hands and simple, repeatable swing mechanics.
Ezekiel Bear (2016, 3B, Cypress, TX) - Working from a spread, open stance, Bear shows good life off his bat, as well as power potential. His hands work well, and he a loose, easy swing path.
Dalton Griffin (2016, OF, Guyton, GA) - Griffin has a solid build and good present power. He flashes above average bat speed, and produces hard line drives to left field.
Jacob Parrott (2016, OF, Lucas, TX) - Parrott has a level, short swing path and consistent swing mechanics. He also showed good present power, hitting a home run in his round.