2005 Ohio Valley Top Prospect

Aug 19, 2005 - Aug 20, 2005

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2006 Top Prospects

Andrew Oliver  - LHP - 2006 - Vermillion, OH - USA
Andrew Oliver LHP- Oliver has a taller frame and power pitchers build. . Live fastball at 89 mph with sink and run, slider is a good but developing pitch at 74 mph. Very good command of both pitches. Showed polished mechanics as well. Top level prospect.

Chris Walden  - RHP - 2006 - Bellefontaine, OH - USA
Waldens fastball is live at 88 mph with sink, curveball was 72 mph with 11-5 rotation and very late life, slider is a plus pitch at times at 77 mph with depth, and change was 81 mph with sink. Dominated hitters at the event. Highest-level national prospect, AFLAC All-American.

Alan Oaks  - OF - 2006 - White Lake, MI - USA
Oaks shows pro-level arm strength 93 mph from outfield, Hits with wide base and deep load, easy light tower level power, ball explodes off bat. Fastball at 88 mph with slight arm side life and sink, curveball at 73 with 11-5 rotation, change at 78 with good sink and fade was best pitch. Highest-level two way prospect.

Tyler Blandford  - RHP - 2006 - Owensboro, KY - USA
Blanford has electric stuff, fastball at 91 mph with life, slider at 75 mph with depth, curveball at 73 mph with 11-5 spin, change at 81 mph with plus sink is best pitch. Threw lights out at the event. Highest-level national prospect.

Chase Joiner  - RHP - 2006 - Hopkinsville, KY - USA
Joiner has a taller frame and an athletic build with strong core. Heavy fastball at 85 mph with good sink, change at 70 mph with deception. Nice actions and good arm strength on the infield. Swings the bat pretty well too. Potential two-way college prospect for 2007.

Jason Stoermer  - RHP - 2006 - Owensboro, KY - USA
Stoermer showed a very loose arm with good arm speed. Fastball at 87 mph with run and sink, very live slider at 74 mph is near plus pitch with very late sharp 2-plane life, change at 78 mph with feel. Very good command of 3 pitches, slider will get top hitters out. Was lights out in 2 innings at the event.

Bobby Freking  - 1B - 2006 - Cincinnati, OH - USA
Freking was the top hitter at the event. Good feet and hands at first base. Level swing with good bat speed and home run power, makes very hard consentient contact, can flat out hit. Highest-level prospect with the bat.

Mike Pericht  - C - 2006 - Orland Park, IL - USA
Pericht was the top catcher at the event. Good receiver with soft hands. Can really catch and throw with consistent 1.96 second pop times. Good hitter with power approach with big swing and loft, gets long at times, very good bat speed, home run power.

Michael Seander  - RHP - 2006 - Cranston, RI - USA
Seander has a durable frame and a strong power pitchers build. Good fastball at 87 mph with sink, slider was 76 mph with sharp break and depth, change was 73 mph. Highest-level college pitching prospect.

Brendan Frazier  - MIF - 2006 - Little Rock, AR - USA
Frazier is a very athletic player with good body control, quick release with very good arm strength in the outfield at 87 mph, great speed with 6.76 second 60. Good hitter with strength in swing with good bat speed, gap power to pull. Very good all-around athlete.

Sam Sivilotti  - OF - 2006 - Glendale, WI - USA
Sivilotti is a live-bodied player with good speed at 6.93 seconds, covers ground in the outfield, very good arm strength at 88 mph, good all-around outfielder. Aggressive hitter with good bat speed and gap power. Very good all-around player.

2007 Top Prospects

Bryce Jenney  - RHP - 2007 - Northville, MI - USA
Jenney showed smooth easy actions, with very good body control, quick fluid release with good arm strength at 83 mph from infield. Does everything well. Threw 85 mph from the mound as well. Good all-around athlete and player. Top-level prospect for 2007.

Nathan Woods  - RHP - 2007 - Cedar Rapids, IA - USA
Woods can really hit. Very good bat speed with home run power to center and left field, ball jumps off bat. Showed nice actions at the corners as well. Threw 84 mph of the mound with good command and a polished breaking ball. Possible top two-way prospect for 2007.

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