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Class of 2015
2015 HS Top 500 Prospects (Updated: 6/4/2015)

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RankNamePosHtWtB THigh SchoolHometownStCol.CommitmentTravel Team 
1 Brendan RodgersSS 2B6-2185R RLake MaryLongwood FL Florida State Orlando Scorpions Prime
Outstanding at PG National. Very good bat-speed, Ball flies off his barrel. PG AA. Huge potential with the bat. Outstanding at WWBA and led the Orlando Scorpions to 3 rings in 2013! Outstanding defensively
2 Dazmon CameronOF 6-1186R REagle`s Landing Christian AcadMcDonough GA Florida State East Cobb Astros 18
Outstanding all around talent. Potential 5 tool player. Very good at PG National and WWBA. Stood out at NUC Main Event. Can flat out hit. PG AA
3 Justin HooperLHP OF6-7230R LDe La SalleSan Ramon CA UCLA  
Up to 97 at PG AA Game. Extremely high ceiling LHP. Showed dominant stuff at PG Sunshine West Showcase. FB up to 95 mph and good breaking ball to go with it
4 Kolby AllardLHP OF6-2175L LSan ClementeSan Clemente CA UCLA So Cal Renegades
Absolutely dominant at PG AA Game. Easy mid 90's FB, Commands all his pitches. Good breaking ball and change up
5 Nicholas ShumpertSS 6-0180R RHighlands RanchLone Tree CO San Jacinto CC Prospects National Team
Has shown all the tools to be a big time all around player. Keeps getting better each time we see him. Always performs PG AA. Showed big 5 tool potential at PG World
6 Tyler StephensonC RHP, 1B6-4210R RKennesaw MountainKennesaw GA Georgia Tech East Cobb Astros 16u
Big power at PG HS Showdown and at PG Park all spring. Bat stands out. Showed good power potential at WWBA and low 90's on the mound
7 Ashe RussellRHP 6-4195R RCathedralIndianapolis IN Texas A&M Evoshield Canes
Arm really works well and up to 95 mph at PG National. Good breaking ball as well. MVPitcher of 17u WWBA PG AA. Up to 96 at 17u PG WS
8 Trenton ClarkOF 6-0200L LRichlandFort Worth TX Texas Tech  
Can flat out hit with outstanding speed. PG AA
9 Kyle TuckerOF RHP6-4175L RPlantTampa FL Florida All American Prospects
Smooth easy left handed stroke. he can really hit. PG AA
10 Mike NikorakRHP OF6-5205R RStroudsburgStroudsburg PA Alabama Evoshield Canes 17U
Big RHP ran his fastball up to 97 mph at PG National. PG AA
11 Garrett WhitleyOF 6-1195R RNiskayunaNiskayuna NY Wake Forest Schenectady City Indians
Great athlete and showed big bat speed at ECP and Area Code Games
12 Juan HillmanLHP OF6-2183L LOlympiaHaines City FL UCF FTB
Keeps getting better and projects for more. Easy 90 mph and good offspeed and command to go with it. Dominant at PG World. Up to 92 at PG National. PG AA Lights out in Jupiter very good CB
13 Donny EverettRHP 1B6-2220R RClarksvilleClarksville TN Vanderbilt  
Big Power RHP was up to 97 at WWBA WC. PG AA
14 Cornelius RandolphSS OF6-1190L RGriffinGriffin GA Clemson HomePlate Chilli Dogs/Maldonado
Very impressive at PG National. Bat stood out at WWBA PG AA. Very good at WWBA WC
15 Austin SmithRHP OF, 1B6-4215R RPark Vista CommunityBoynton Beach FL Florida Atlantic Easton Rockets
Very live arm and up to 93 at PG National. Throws easy with a very high ceiling. FB up to 96 at PG AA
16 Beau BurrowsRHP 6-2200R RWeatherfordWeatherford TX Texas A&M Evoshield Canes
Topped at 82 in 2011, 89 mph in 2012, Now up to 96 mph! MVPitcher 17u WWBA PG AA. Very good at WWBA WC
17 Chris BettsC RHP6-2220L RWilsonLong Beach CA Tennessee CBA Marucci
High level LH bat. Very good game at bats. Lots of game HR's at PG. Mashed at 17u WWBA PG AA, Showed huge power potential at Cal Underclass
18 Josh Naylor1B OF6-1225L LSt Joan of ArcMississauga ON Texas Tech Canada Junior National Team/Ontario Blue Jays
Showed huge power and a big arm at PG National. Big power potential. 108 off his bat in Jupiter and multiple HR's. Ball flies off his barrel
19 Ke'Bryan Hayes3B RHP6-1207R RConcordia LutheranTomball TX Tennessee Team DeMarini Hayes
High level talent. Stood out at WWBA and PG National. Great plan at the plate. PG AA. Good potential on the mound as well
20 Nick PlummerOF 5-11200L LBrother RiceLathrup Village MI Kentucky Motor City Hitdogs
Bat really stood out at ECP and Area Codes. Very high level hitter
21 Tyler Nevin3B 1B6-3200R RPowayPoway CA UCLA CA BB Academy - CBA Marucci
Coming back strong from injury! Bat really standing out!
22 Drew FinleyRHP 1B6-3200R RRancho BernardoSan Diego CA Southern California San Diego Show
Can really pitch and FB reaches the low 90's. PG AA
23 Dakota ChalmersRHP SS6-3175R RNorth ForsythGainesville GA Georgia  
FB up to 94 mph and very good breaking ball to go with it.
24 Demi OrimoloyeOF 6-4225R RSt MatthewOrleans ON Oregon Team Canada/Ottawa Canadians
Big potential with the bat. Fantastic at Area Code Games very good at WWBA WC
25 Triston McKenzieRHP 3B, 1B6-5160R RRoyal Palm BeachRoyal Palm Beach FL Vanderbilt Easton Rockets17u
Extremely high ceiling. 80 mph in 2012, 87 in 2013 now up to 92 at PG National with more to come! PG AA. Sky is the limit for him
26 Jahmai JonesOF MIF6-0210R RWesleyanRoswell GA North Carolina Georgia Roadrunners
Very good all around player. Hitting tools stood out at WWBA. Impressed at PG National. PG AA
27 Jalen MillerSS 6-1185R RRiverwoodAtlanta GA Clemson 18U East Cobb Astros
Very good at PG National. Great defensive SS and can hit!
28 Luken BakerRHP 6-4240R ROak RidgeSpring TX TCU Twelve Baseball
Another big strong Texas RHP was up to 95 mph at PG National, Equally talented as a RH hitting power hitter. Huge power potential. Nice swing and make very hard contact. PG AA
29 Nick NeidertRHP SS, 3B6-1185R RPeachtree RidgeLawrenceville GA South Carolina Team Elite Prime
Can flat out pitch. FB up to 93 mph at PG National. Up to 94 at WWBA. Dominant and up to 96 in Jupiter
30 Mitchell HansenOF LHP6-4197L L Plano TX Stanford FTB Chandler
Showed huge potential with the bat at PG National. Very good athlete with big all around potential. PG AA
31 Thomas SzapuckiLHP 6-2190L LWilliam T. DwyerPalm Beach Gardens FL Florida All American Prospects
Pitches in the low 90's with very sharp breaking ball
32 Antonio SantillanRHP SS6-3195R RSeguinArlington TX Texas Tech  
Low to better 90's on the mound. Good breaking ball. Also good SS and bat
33 Kep BrownOF RHP6-5195R RWandoMount Pleasant SC Spartanburg Methodist College Atlanta Blue Jays
Crushed balls at PG National. PG AA. Bat stood out at WWBA and PG WS. Very good hitting tools now that really project well. Showed huge power at NUC Main
34 Ryan MountcastleSS 6-3180R RHagertyWinter Springs FL UCF FTB Chandler 17u
Big power potential, showed well at WWBA and PG National. Always hits PG AA
35 Tristan BeckRHP 6-4160R RCoronaCorona CA Stanford  
Easy low 90's with more to come
36 Wesley Rodriguez3B SS, RHP5-11200R RGeorge Washington CarverBronx NY Pittsburgh San Jacinto CC Team Citius
Very good hitting tools and up to 93 mph on the mound at PG National. Impressed at WWBA. Up to 95 and pitched very well at WWBA WC. Coming out throwing even harder this spring
37 Greg PickettOF 6-4212L RLegendAurora CO Mississippi State Chandler World
Ball sounds different off his bat. Mashed at 17u WWBA. PG AA Very good at PG NationalShowed huge power potential at WWBA Underclass. Power impressed again at NUC Main
38 Daniel ReyesOF 6-2200R RMater Academy CharterMiami Springs FL Florida South Florida Elite Squad
Showed big power potential at PG National. Bat stood out at WWBA events. PG AA
39 Tristin EnglishRHP OF, 3B6-2180R RPike CountyWilliamson GA Georgia Tech Home Plate Chili Dogs 17U
Up to 94 mph at PG National with good secondary offerings. Also very good behind the plate. Up to 95 at WWBA PG AA
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