Matthias Dietz (2014, RHP, Orland Park, IL) had his fastball sitting at 86-88mph with it topping out at 89mph with his curveball at 74mph and his change-up at 78mph. Dietz has a large projectable build with a fast pace quick raise delivery. Dietz pitches from a 3/4 arm slot with big sink and run to his fastball working off his fastball he works in his curveball and change-up to keep hitters honest.
Brandon Barnes (2014, RHP, Hobart, IN) has a low leg raise delivery with a 3/4 arm slot and a compact arm action. Barnes does a good job of hiding the ball in his delivery working quickly on the mound mixing his curveball at 71mph and consistently throwing it for strikes. Barnes had his fastball top out at 87mph.
Sam Danker (2015, RHP, Fayette, IA) does a good job of getting ahead of hitters with good command of his fastball. He did a good job of maintaining his velocity throughout the day while mixing in a curveball in at 65mph.
Drew Denkinger (2015, RHP, Johnston, IA) has a compact high arm action with a balanced tall delivery throwing with easy effort on the mound. The ball gets on hitters quick with Denkinger on the mound as he does a good job of hiding the ball in his delivery, he works quick on the mound with good command of all his pitches. His change-up has life to it and he should mix it in more.