Justin Gesek (2015 C, Jacksonville, FL) showed an aggressive swing with a long stride and good hand strength to drive the ball with authority and he homered during his round.
Chris Cunningham (2015 C, Houston, TX) squared it up on every swing of his round, showing good bat speed and strength at contact to drive the ball with authority.
Sean Pat McDermott (2015 1B, Cartersville, GA) impressed with an opposite field home run, he has tremendous strength at contact and as he learns to harness that strength it could begin to translate to plus raw power.
Denzell Gowdy (2015 3B, Sylvester, GA) incorporates his strong lower half well to generate good bat speed and drive the baseball.
Cameron Haynes (2015 C, Lithonia, GA) showed good underlying tools to allow him to accelerate the bat well and make hard contact in spite of beginning his swing with a still start and having some improvements available to make to streamline his swing.
David Posas (2015 SS, Valdosta, GA) showed highly impressive ability, especially from the left side. His six swings from the left side were arguably the highlight of the 300+ player session of BP, showing an impressive combination of bat speed and strength with good coordination and barrel control. He also showed Divison I hitting tools from the right side as well and was one of the biggest standouts of the day.
Lane Wilson (2015 RHP, Aragon, GA) showed that he's certainly not just a pitcher at this point. He showed a quick loose swing that projects well, and as he learns to utilize his lower half more effectively he should begin to develop power to go with his bat to ball skills.
Cole Buffington (2015 C, Marietta, GA) showed good carry to all fields from a short swing with solid bat speed and loose strength. It was an impressive showing to go with his performance in the catcher workout and he looks to be one of the top prospects in attendance at this point.
Dawson Ewers (2015 OF, Canton, GA) showed a short compact swing with quick hands accelerating the bat well and creates leverage with his lower half when he arrive on time.
Austin Pharr (2015 MIF, Waleska, GA) utilized his available leverage well to create easy pullside power with an efficient swing that begins with good separation of his upper and lower halves and good coordination thereof with a balanced rhythmic swing, he crushed two home runs to right field and hit several more off the wall.
Isaac Phillips (2015 OF, Powder Springs, GA) generated good bat speed with an aggressive line drive swing and repeated it well.
Jabari Richards (2015 OF, Fayetteville, GA) showed loose hands with a short compact swing and quick hands, he projects to get stronger and will likely begin to increase his power as he does.
Pete Derkay (2016 C, Acworth, GA) is a switch hitter who was especially impressive from the left side, crushing a couple of balls off the wall in right field and he also showed good bat speed from the right side.
Jordan Anderson (2017 OF, Madison, AL) showed a compact swing with solid bat speed already and has plenty of physical projection with a loose athletic swing.
Jakareon Williams (2016 OF, Acworth, GA) homered in his round showing a long aggressive swing and a power approach.
John Tighe (2018 C, Dalton, GA) showed interesting young tools to project upon with a line drive swing plane and a loose swing.
Logan Carey (2016 OF, Jackson, TN) showed off easy bat speed with a short compact swing and simple well controlled swing with little wasted motion and creating late lift.
Jack Layrisson (2016 SS, Ponte Vedra, FL) showed plus bat speed with an aggressive pull oriented swing, good acoustics when squared, explosive sound at contact, he crushed several impressive hard line drives and projects for significant power development.
JT Duncan (2016 SS, Panama City, FL) creates good carry off the bat with a line drive swing plane via quality backspin and projects well physically.
Mervyl "MJ" Melendez (2017 C, Montgomery, AL) showed highly impressive hitting tools to project upon. He showed a high level combination of loose strength and quickness to his swing actions and controlled the barrel well and maintained his rhythm in spite of a complicated swing with a lot of moving parts, as he gets stronger and refines his swing he has big time potential, especially when paired with an up the middle defensive profile.
Devin Symlar (2016 OF, Columbia, TN) utilized a simple compact swing with quick hands to make consistent contact and his swing should translate well to live at-bats.
Danny Bullard (2017 1B, Livonia, MI) controlled his long levers well with a well balanced swing with good coordination and control and he projects for power, while showing solid gap to gap pop with a short swing.
Colton Byars (2018 C, Gaffney, SC) used a short line drive swing plane to generate solid bat speed already and projects for significant development over the next few years and is already beginning to flash pop.
Steven Curry (2016 SS, Alpharetta, GA) has a loose easy stroke generating solid bat speed with late lift to his swing.
Nolan Wilson (2017 3B, Atlanta, GA) crushed a pair of home runs with a smooth well controlled swing that projects for even further development in the bat speed and power departments.
Cade Pollard (2018 3B, Fair Oaks Ranch, TX) showed a hyperaggressive swing, clearly swinging for the fences on the pullside, and while there will be some inherent swing and miss, scouts like to see a young player with tools like his show that aggression and then learn to harness those tools as they progress.
Hector Vazquez (2016 C, Miami, FL) crushed a home run in his round, showing an aggressive swing and good bat speed with a pull oriented approach.
CJ Bush (2016 1B, Nicholasville, KY) has big raw power and as he unlocks his lower half more it will begin to show itself more frequently. He made very hard contact in his round with hard line drives.
Brady Greene (2017 RHP, Montgomery, AL) crushed several towering fly balls with a home run derby approach to his round of BP that yielded the intended results.
Drew Waters (2017 OF, Woodstock, GA) showed highly impressive switch hitting ability. He is slightly more natural from the left side but has good ability from both sides. He projects well and is already showing quality bat speed and barrel control.
Colin Dore (2016 1B, Marietta, GA) showed strong hands and had good carry off of his bat and utilized his available leverage well.
J.T. Bernard (2016 LHP, Douglasville, GA) created good leverage in his line drive swing plane and had a good round.
Nolan Crisp (2019 RHP, McDonough, GA) showed polish beyond his years with a well controlled swing with sound mechanics and good bat to ball skills to project upon.
Joe Gruszka (2016 C, Fayetteville, GA) showed good pullside power with a short line drive swing that allowed him to control the barrel well while creating backspin.
Alec Sanchez (2018 2B, Jacksonville, FL) utilized a short swing at maximum effort to generate the bat speed necessary to drive the ball already at a young age.
Christian Shinn (2016 OF, Wellington, FL) homered in his round of BP with a low hand set and uppercut swing plane showing good bat speed with little wasted motion.
Richard Gregory (2016 OF, Gaffney, SC) showed good strength in his swing to pull the ball with authority and highlighted his round with a home run.
Riley King (2016 3B, Lawrenceville, GA) showed very quick hands and a line drive swing plane. The ball carried well off of his barrel with backspin and he showed the ability to pull his hands in well while still maintaining his quality bat speed.