2006 Mid-Atlantic Top Prospect Showcase
2007 Top Prospects
- RHP - 2007 - Broadview Heights, OH
The showcase’s top pitching prospect, Stoffko has a great pitcher’s body (6-4, 190) and a good assortment of off-speed pitches. He really knows how to pitch and could easily be throwing in the upper 80s by this time next year.
- MIF - 2007 - Ithaca, NY
Wilhelm is a very strong defensive third baseman with a quick release and strong arm. At the plate, he has good power potential and should be a solid third baseman at the next level.
- OF - 2007 - Rumford, RI
While only 5-ffot-7 and 140 pounds, Lundstrom showed a game much bigger than his size suggests. He can really swing the bat with very quick hands, and produces hard line-drive contact all over the field. In the field, he has clean actions and a strong arm with a quick release. He can also touch 84 mph on the mound and has solid two-way potential in college.
- MIF - 2007 - Mississauga, ON
Slattery was the fastest player at the showcase with a 6.90 second showing in the 60, and showed solid tools across the board. He is a fast-twitch player who profiles well as a second baseman at the next level.
- 3B - 2007 - Rumford, RI
Taylor was one of the soundest all-around players at the showcase. At third base, he showed a strong arm and quick release. He also is very strong and showed consistent hard, line-drive contact at the plate.
- 3B - 2007 - Tunkhannock, PA
Lenivy had a great workout at the showcase, throwing 85 mph from the outfield and running a 7.05 second time in the 60. Both his speed and arm strength enable Chris to grade out as an above-average outfielder at the next level.
- RHP - 2007 - Burke, VA
With a 6-foot-4, 195 pound frame, Nolan has an ideal pitcher’s body. He has good raw stuff on the mound with a quick arm and should only throw harder in the future. His tight 10-to-4 curveball rates as a plus pitch.
- LHP - 2007 - Mahopac, NY
Harlan is a projectable two-way player with a good bat and solid stuff (83 mph on the mound). At 6-foot-3, he has room to fill out and could be a strong lefthanded bat at the next level.
2008 Top Prospects
- C - 2008 - Manassas, VA
A top notch defensive catcher, Piccirilli showed off a big arm and quick release behind the plate--1.95 second pop time to take home the honor of top prospect. At the plate, he is a line-drive type hitter with quick hands. He should be a highest-level college prospect.
- C - 2008 - S. Glastonbury, CT
With a tremendous build (6-3, 200) and several solid tools, Rocco was the most projectable prospect at the showcase. He shows a big arm in the outfield at 85 mph and has plenty of raw power potential at the plate.
- 3B - 2008 - Montgomery Village, MD
Knee was very impressive during the showcase, driving the ball hard from gap to gap consistently. He has very solid infield tools and should be a solid contributor at the plate in college.
- 1B - 2008 - Fairfax Station, VA
Williams showed a big lefthanded bat at the showcase with quick hands and good raw power. At 6-foot-3 and 190 pounds, he has the tools needed to be a power-hitting first baseman in college.