Seamus Gallagher (2024 3B, Wesley Chapel, FL) displayed big-time strength and power potential throughout his round, impacting the baseball with authority from gap-to-gap. He implores a simple, repeatable swing path with good lower movements, looseness to his hands and extension out in front.
Cooper Milford (2023 OF, Cumming, GA) turns the barrel quickly, generating tons of present bat speed and whip to his barrel. The quick-twitch primary outfielder stays short and direct to the baseball, while displaying lightning quick hands and gap-to-gap juice.
Evan Tuesley (2023 OF, Granger, IN) showed the propensity to find the barrel often throughout his round. He implores a simple, fluid left-handed stroke with a quick barrel turn and loads of strength in his hands. The 2023 outfielder uses the entire field effectively, spraying line drives all over the field and flashed projectable power to the pull-side.
Andrew Tess (2024 C, Clearwater, FL) displayed an innate ability to find the barrel, consistently producing line drives throughout his round. He incorporates a good weight shift into contact, a quick turn of the barrel and plenty of present bat speed.
Nick Edisis (2024 3B, Miramar, FL) showed off a projectable hit tool and immense power potential throughout his round. He incorporates a lofted stroke with loose, quick hands and tons of leverage out in front. The young 2024 Grad used good lower half movements and plenty of torque to whip the barrel through the zone.
Michael O'Brien (2023 OF, River Ridge, LA) has a sweet left-handed stroke with explosive hip torque, good feel for the barrel and tons of present bat speed. He displayed the ability to create loud impact to the middle and pull-side of the field throughout his round.
Cayden Sheffield (2024 C, Acworth, GA) incorporates good leverage in his swing and couples it with strength in his hands. The young 2024 Grad showed off immense power potential to the pull-side, staying consistent throughout his round.
Johan Franco (2023 3B, Saint Albans, NY) took a very professional round of BP, impacting the baseball with authority throughout. He stays short and simple to the baseball, while creating tons of whip to his barrel with good lower half movements. He displayed a consistent line drive path with gap-to-gap power potential.
Jhonathan Torres (2024 SS, Orlando, FL) displayed a simple, repeatable swing with strength in hands, good bat-to-ball skills and power potential from gap-to-gap. He incorporates a good weight shift into contact and delivers the barrel with authority.
Ethan Dejesus (2026 2B, Riverview, FL) showcased legitimate switch-hitting ability during his round. The young 2026 Grad implores a line drive swing path from both sides of the plate, sound bat-to-ball skills and good feel for the barrel. He stayed gap-to-gap throughout his round, producing multiple line drives with backspin from both sides.
Hunter Huneycutt (2023 C, Laurinburg, NC) was another switch-hitter that can handle the bat from both sides. He incorporates good rhythm pre-pitch and turns quickly with his lower half to deliver the barrel. The 2023 North Carolina native stays through the hitting zone a long time, allowing for good adjustability with the barrel.
Cooper McMullen (2024 OF, Bonaire, GA) is a quick-twitch athlete with tons of projection long-term, showcasing a loose, fluid stroke with quickness to his hands and power potential to all fields. He stays direct with his hands, delivering the barrel with authority and whip throughout his round.
Logan Miyar (2023 OF, Pembroke Pines, FL) displays a simple, repeatable swing from the left-side. He incorporates subtle movements into contact, turning the barrel quickly to produce consistent line drive impact. The 2023 primary outfielder does not try to over swing, simply putting the barrel on the baseball with good feel for the barrel.
Emmanuel Perez (2023 SS, Miami, FL) displayed a consistent line drive stroke throughout his round, impacting the baseball to all fields effectively. He incorporates loose, quick hands to deliver the barrel on-time with authority.
Craig Kalkbrenner (2024 SS, Kennesaw, GA) implores a simple approach at the plate, staying short and direct with hands to delivery the barrel on-time. Displayed quickness to his hands, good feel for the barrel and the ability to impact the baseball. Joshua Bussey (2023 OF, Garner, NC) is an immensely projectable young athlete with well-proportioned strength throughout his 6'3/200-pound frame. He showed off a promising overall hit tool with loud impact throughout his round. He stays relatively short to the baseball, displays lightning quick hands and linear path to produce multiple line drives with carry. The upside is vast as he continues to mature and really tap into his long-term power potential.