2008 Mid Atlantic Underclass Showcase
2010 Top Prospects
- RHP - 2010 - North Haven, CT
Brockett was the hardest thrower at the showcase, topping out at 87 mph, and should be a 90 mph hurler with more experience and strength. He was also very impressive at third base and at the plate.
- RHP - 2010 - Collegeville, PA
Criss showed a lot of maturity with an 84 mph fastball, a tight curveball and two types of change ups, all that he threw for strikes. He should continue to improve.
- C - 2010 - Wildwood, MO
Kammer was the best position prospect at the showcase. He’s a polished defensive catcher who can shut down the running game and has some gap to gap power in his swing.
- RHP - 2010 - Matoaca, VA
Ramsey is big and strong at 6-2, 195 lbs and doesn’t project as much as some other pitchers on this list, but he already throws in the mid-80’s with a sharp slider. He could also be a two-way prospect as a power hitting first baseman.
- LHP - 2010 - Clifton, VA
Ashooh pitched steadily in the 82-84 mph but his best pitch was a low 70’s change up that he had very good feel for.
- LHP - 2010 - Chesterfield, VA
Santalucia is only 5-10 but very athletic. He pitched at 81 mph but had a plus curveball and nice change up that he used to strike out 9 hitters in 3 innings of work.
- LHP - 2010 - Pompton Lakes, NJ
Ott has a classic projectable pitcher’s body at 6-3, 170 lbs and a young look to him. He pitched in the low 80’s with a sharp curveball and should continue to get better as he gets stronger.
2011 Top Prospects
- RHP - 2011 - Boardman, OH
Gallagher has a very young look to him and a projectable 6-3, 165 lb frame. His 84 mph fastball has excellent movement from mid ¾’s release and could be a nasty pitch with the expected added velocity.
- LHP - 2011 - Axton, VA
Clowers' curveball was one of the best pitches at the showcase and his low 80’s fastball should keep gain velocity as he gets stronger.