Dylan Caldwell (2016 RHP, Hollywood, MD) is listed as a primary pitcher but showed excellent bat speed on Saturday, flashing good carry and power potential to the middle of the field.
August Samek (2017 SS, Teaneck, NJ) displays good power potential to his pull side, starting his hands in a high position and moving them in a direct line drive path to the baseball. He made consistently loud contact.
Connor Wilson (2016 OF, Wayne, PA) showcased some of Saturday's most impressive bat speed, as well as a direct line drive swing path. He hits well to all fields.
Austin Bates (2017 C, Ossining, NY) was extremely impressive behind the plate on Saturday, but also showed well in the box. He has a compact, consistent line drive swing path.
Jack Cucinotta (2017 MIF, Chalfont, PA) is a young hitter with an advanced, line drive stroke. He has quiet hands and stays balanced and compact to the ball.
David LaManna (2017 C, Saddle River, NJ) shows off impressive, above average bat speed as well as power potential to his pull side.
Juan Simmons-Ganzaroli (2016 OF, East Brunswick, NJ) proved to be one of the day's most physically impressive hitters, generating loud contact to the middle of the field as well as good lift.
Sean Vanegas (2016 OF, Bronx, NY) flashed above average bat speed, power potential to his pull side, as well as a smooth, repeatable swing path.
Michael Feliz (2016 SS, Englewood Cliffs, NJ) put together a consistent round full of line drives, showing off a balanced, level, compact swing path.
Justin Vought (2017 C, Larksville, PA) squared the ball very consistently, producing hard line drives with ease to all parts of the field.
Peter Theodorellis (2017 OF, Commack, NY) showed off one of the fastest bats of the day and has the bat speed and approach of a player who will continue to get better and produce line drives.
Liam Hibbits (2016 1B, New York, NY) works from a low hand set and flashed some of the day's best pull power, going deep right down the line with good carry.
Ryan Johnson (2016 RHP, Mays Landing, NJ) displayed good natural strength in his swing, and has the look of a developing power hitter with bat speed.
Nicholas Seccia (2016 C, Deptford, NJ) showed the ability to stay short to the baseball but also generate good power to the big parts of the park from a simple approach.
Zachary Dreznin (2017 RHP, Saddle River, NJ) showcased a sound, line drive approach from the right side and used an all fields approach with solid bat speed.
Evan Matthews (2018 RHP, Philadelphia, PA) has the look of a very young hitter with a high upside because of his advanced swing mechanics and ability to find the barrel consistently.
Brady Devereux (2018 RHP, Glenn Mills, PA) showed intriguing bat speed on Saturday and the ability to lift the ball from the right side of the plate.
Billy Godrick (2016 OF, Millersville, MD) made consistent contact from the right side and has a simple, repeatable swing path. He used the whole field with authority.
Jason King (2015 OF, Baltimore, MD) displayed one of the day's more advanced, game usable approaches, generating line drives to the middle of the field with a good feel for hitting.
Sam Partee (2015 C, Richmond, VA) showed off above average bat speed and flashes power potential to his pull side.
Eric Small (2015 C, Downingtown, PA) made consistent, hard contact in his batting practice round, using a simple setup to generate line drives.
Luke Schaffer (2015 3B, Fallston, MD) used an approach that would translate well into game action, showing a good swing plane and a short path to the ball.