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Green vs. Royal Game Highlights


Maika Niu (2022, Mechanicsburg, PA) had a strong showing starting on the mound for Green. He lived in the mid-80s with his fastball that featured hard run and sink. He also mixed in a low-70s breaking ball effectively.

Eli Hellman (2023, Georgetown, TX) sat in the low-80s with his heater and topped out at 84. He also showed good feel for a curveball in the 66-70 range. Hellmann employs a really clean and free delivery and the ball comes out very well. He also drove in a run with a knock to centerfield in the top of the fourth.

Kenan Harvey (2023, Gilbert, AZ) showed off the speed and thunder in the bat for the Green team. The Arizona native struck one hard up the middle and stole second on the very next pitch.

Royal vs. Purple Game Highlights


Braxton Shelton (2022, Fort Morgan, CO) was electric during his outing. The uncommitted right-handed sat in the 88-91 range and topped at 93. The heater had hard bore in on righties and missed bats. He utilized a changeup at 79-80 with fade and sold it well. The Colorado native also mixed in a breaking ball at 66. Shelton also showed two-way potential, knocking a ball hard through the left side for a single before stealing second and third.

Diego Arcay (2022, Houston, TX) had a good day at the plate. The right-handed hitter showed solid bat-to-ball skills and ability to use the whole field, driving a hard barrel the opposite way for a knock.

William Gumbrell (2022, Burlington, VT) showed a super strong arm from behind the plate, catching a pair of runners stealing. The Vermont native showed accuracy and a best pop time of 1.93.

Eli Athanas (2023, Castle Rock, CO) showed his abilities at the plate as well as on the basepaths. The primary shortstop drove one through the right side for a single and stole second base immediately.

Antonio Russo (2023, Pompano Beach, FL) showed off the juice in the bottom of the third, driving a good fastball a long ways off the right field fence and racing around the bases for a triple. The Florida native possesses projectable power with speed and athleticism to match.

Devin Gasway (2023, Bell Canyon, CA) showed off some pop, barreling a fastball to left centerfield for a double in the top of the fifth. Gasway has lean strength and a simple stroke.

Columbia Blue vs Maroon Game Highlights


Jon Shields (2023 BHP, Katy, TX) is a both-handed pitcher that showed well from both sides. As a LHP, his fastball was up to 84 MPH and paired it with a solid slurve in the low 70's that showed good biting action. As a RHP, his fastball was up to 86 and showed a changeup that had deception under the fastball.

Gabriel Watson (2022 RHP, Hewitt, TX) showed off a live arm on the mound with impressive stuff. He throws with shorter arm action and quick arm speed. His fastball was up to 91 and flashed solid cut action to it at times. He pairs it with a power slider that breaks late and was up to 81. Also barreled up a base hit up the middle at the plate.

Amman Dewberry (2022 OF, Conyers, GA) followed up an impressive first day of the showcase with a multiple hit game here. Showed the ability to adjust to some tough breaking balls and use the whole field well. Good athleticism in the box.

Karson Grout (2024 MIF, Wellman, IA) pitches with solid athleticism on the mound and showed impressive command of his secondary pitches. He ran his fastball up to 88 and paired it with a curveball at 63. Also shows a good changeup that plays well under the fastball.

Nick Martinez (2023 3B, Nanuet, NY) has run his fastball up to 89 this outing and pairs it with a tight slider that tunnels well. His velocity has stayed in the upper 80's throughout this outing. Also shows a strong right-handed bat.

Green vs. Purple Game Highlights


Ace Reese (2023, Canton, TX) barreled a loud single through the right side in the top of the first and stole second and third immediately. The Texas native employs a simple stroke at the plate along with speed and instincts on the basepaths.

Michael Clarkson (2023, Lake Forest, IL) stroked a fastball up the middle to drive in a run for the Green team in the first. He followed up with another knock up the middle in his second at-bat. Clarkson is physical in the box and shows strength in the hands at the point of contact. He also had a solid showing starting on the bump and working in the low-80s with a sharp slider at 73-74.

David Castillo (2023, Boston, MA) crushed a ball down deep down the left field line for a double in the second innings. The Boston native showed quickness to his hands and a short stroke. He also displayed two-way potential with a fastball up to 89 and feel for a sharp breaking ball.

Jake Cespedes Liriano (FA, Santo Domingo, SD) laced a ball into the left centerfield gap to drive in a run and collect two bags. The Dominican is capable of contributing in multiple facets with speed and a strong arm, reaching 92 mph from the outfield in workouts.

Purple vs. Maroon Game Highlights


Joe Thomas (203, Jupiter, FL) had a strong showing on the mound for Royal. The right-hander lived in the low-80s and topped at 83 with good arm side run. He mixed in a low-70s curveball with some depth. Thomas offers an athletic look on the mound with tempo and some arm speed.

Bobby Fasulo (2022, Jupiter, FL) showed off some juice, pulling a fastball deep to leftfield for a double. The ball comes off the bat well and he creates separation with lift through the zone.

Ivan Sierra (2022, Raleigh, NC) laced a line drive into left centerfield for a double in his first at-bat of the game. The primary third baseman possesses projectable power in the stick with a lean and projectable frame. He also showed a quick arm on the mound and lived 87-88 with his fastball.

John Hernandez (2023, Boston, MA) showed a quick arm in relief. The right-hander lived in the 84-87 range and ran it up to 90 a couple times. The heater had downhill plane to it and is capable of generating ground balls. Hernandez also flashed a sharp 12-6 curveball in the mid-70s.

Luis Castillo (2023, Miami, FL) had a very impressive display of power to all fields during batting practice and carried it over into the game. The Miami native barreled a good fastball for a knock up the middle in the bottom of the fourth.

Eric Fouraker Jr. (2022, Bryceville, FL) showed easy juice, crushing a single into left in the top of the fifth. The ball comes off really well and Fouraker Jr. has the potential to offer offensive impact from behind the plate.

Purple vs. Maroon Game Highlights


Sean McCall (2023, Boynton Beach, FL) had a strong showing on the hill for Maroon. The uncommitted right-hander worked his fastball in the 82-84 range with arm side run. He commanded the heater to both sides of the plate. McCall also mixed in a curveball at 64 that he was able to land for strikes. The Florida native offers some athleticism and deception, throwing crossbody.

Joey Ward (2023, Park Ridge, IL) showed quick hands, turning on an inner-half fastball for a triple down the left field line. The Illinois native also showed off some good wheels to cut the corners and make it three bags.

Matt Merk (2022, Lockport, IL) showed easy juice, driving one deep to the right field fence for a double. The primary catcher had a strong round during batting practice and carried it over into the game. Merk offers projectable power from a premium position.

Julian Hernandez (2024, Homestead, FL) displayed skills on both sides of the ball. Behind the dish, Hernandez showed good receiving and blocking skills as well as a strong, accurate arm that he used to throw out a runner with a 2.04 pop time. At the plate, he lined a single to left centerfield in the final inning.

Christopher Margarella (2024, Scottsdale, AZ) had a strong outing in relief. The right-hander sat 82-84 with his heater and complimented it with an effective breaking ball in the low-70s. The pitch showed sharp break as he landed it for strikes.

1- Columbia Blue vs 2- Green Highlights


Jacob Crews (2022 RHP, Winter Garden, FL) had a dominant outing on the mound to start the game. He stuck out eight hitters in four innings without allowing a run. His fastball was up to 88 and showed solid command of it. His slider had two-plane break and showed bite up to 75. Physical build and has a compact delivery.

Maika Niu (2022 SS, Mechanicsburg, PA) carried over a strong BP session into the game. He barreled a double to left-center in his first AB. Shows solid strength in his swing and has solid athleticism to his game overall.

Braden Rosenthal (2025 RHP, Delray Beach, FL) has a live arm and throws with some good downhill plane. His fastball has been up to 84 and slider has been up to 75. The pitches tunnel well off of each other and shows solid command. He also had a multi-hit game at the plate barreling up a few baseballs.

Mitch Jones (2023 SS, Greenville, NC) is having a strong game on both sides of the ball. He laced an RBI triple to right field showing a solid whole-fields approach in the box. He showcased impressive athleticism at third base making a diving stop and throw to steal a hit.

Nathan Seeber (2023 RHP, Winter Garden, FL) has a nice three-pitch mix on the mound. His fastball has been up to 85 and pairs it with a short breaking ball up to 73. Also shows a low 70s changeup that has deception under the fastball. He has a very projectable frame with athleticism on the mound. Seeber is committed to University of Maine.

Jensen Seculer (2023 RHP, Plantation, FL) shows off loose arm action on the mound with an overall easy operation. His fastball has been up to 86 and pairs it with a loose curveball. Also showed a changeup that he throws with similar arm speed as the fastball. Mixes well and has strength in his frame.

Tyler Caton (2022 OF, Wellington, FL) has interesting two-way potential. He had a multi-hit day at the plate showing off strong bat to ball skills and a good approach. On the mound, his fastball was up to 84 and pairs it with a solid slider that shows tilt. He pitches with solid athleticism.

Kenan Harvey (2023 OF, Gilbert, AZ) found three barrels in this game at the plate. Two of them went for base hits and his swing has evident strength to it.

Top Exit Velos


NameExit VeloGradSchoolHometown
Luis Castillo962023Centro Educativo MetasMiami, FL
Nick Martinez962023St. Joseph RegionalNanuet, NY
Cole May952022WestlakeAustin, TX
Braxton Shelton952022BrushFort Morgan, CO
Dimitri Spatharakis952022Lemont TwpLemont, IL
Jake Cespedes Liriano942023Casiano CepedaSanto Domingo (DOM)
Amman Dewberry942022Peachtree AcademyConyers, GA
Eric Fouraker Jr942022Trinity Christian AcademyBryceville, FL
John Hernandez942023Dexter SouthfieldBoston, MA
Maika Niu942022TrinityMechanicsburg, PA
Ethan Brown932023Waukesha WestWaukesha, WI
Leyton Burgos932022John F KennedyPaterson, NJ
Jensen Seculer932023North Broward PrepPlantation, FL
Karson Grout922024Mid-PrairieWellman, IA
William Gumbrell922022BurlingtonBurlington, VT
Ryan Henry922022AlexanderVilla Rica, GA
Ace Reese922023CantonCanton, TX


Maroon vs. Royal Game Highlights


Maksymillian Pierga (Barrington, IL) showed some power stuff on the hill for Maroon. The right-hander is imposing on the mound, standing at 6-foot-6, 225-pounds. The Illinois native sat 88-90 and topped out at 92 with his fastball. He showed good feel for strikes with his slurvy breaking ball in the 72-75 range. The uncommitted righty is athletic for his size to go along with a quick arm.

Nick Martinez (2023, Nanuet, NY) carried his impressive display in batting practice into the game. The Florida International commit sat back on a curveball in his first at-bat to drive it up the middle for a knock. Martinez possesses impressive bat speed with whip to the barrel.

Dario Sosa (2023, Waterbury, CT) showed physicality in the box and got into it. In his first at-bat, the Connecticut commit laced a single up the middle. He also displayed instincts on the basepaths. Sosa also showed a quick arm on the mound, living in the low-80s and effectively mixing in a breaking ball.

Amman Dewberry (2022, Conyers, GA) showcased his juice, absolutely barreling a no-doubter to straightaway right. The Presbyterian commit had strong round of batting practice prior to the game, consistently finding loud barrels. Dewberry possesses power projection with present strength and a loose, lofty stroke.

Jon Shields (2023, Katy, TX) showed solid bat-to-ball skills, knocking one up the middle during his second at-bat. The Texas native employs a short, direct stroke from left side.

Top Catcher Pop Times


William Gumbrell1.832022BurlingtonBurlington, VT
Julian Hernandez1.932024HomeschoolHomestead, FL
Jeymel Estrada1.942023Belen Jesuit PrepMiami, FL
Eric Fouraker Jr2.002022Trinity Christian AcademyBryceville, FL
Matt Merk2.002022Lockport Township EastLockport, IL
Angel Rivera2.042022HamdenHamden, CT
Joel Collado2.052023Notre Dame CatholicStratford, CT
Michael Clarkson2.072023Loyola AcademyLake Forest, IL
Roman Cariaga2.102024Midlothian HeritageOvilla, TX
Els Page2.182024St. Margaret's EpiscopalSan Clemente, CA
Nick Barron2.372025IMG AcademyActon, MA


Top Catcher Velos


William Gumbrell822022BurlingtonBurlington, VT
Michael Clarkson782023Loyola AcademyLake Forest, IL
Jeymel Estrada782023Belen Jesuit PrepMiami, FL
Angel Rivera782022HamdenHamden, CT
Julian Hernandez772024HomeschoolHomestead, FL
Joel Collado762023Notre Dame CatholicStratford, CT
Eric Fouraker Jr762022Trinity Christian AcademyBryceville, FL
Matt Merk762022Lockport Township EastLockport, IL
Roman Cariaga752024Midlothian HeritageOvilla, TX
Els Page692024St. Margaret's EpiscopalSan Clemente, CA
Nick Barron632025IMG AcademyActon, MA


Top 1B Velos


Braden Rosenthal802025Calvary Christian AcademyDelray Beach, FL
Christian Garcia782025ClairemontSan Diego, CA
Ryan Henry762022AlexanderVilla Rica, GA
Austin Graffius712023Casa Grande UnionCasa Grande, AZ


Top IF Velos


Collier Barham922022Louisiana State University LaboratoryBaton Rouge, LA
John Hernandez922023Dexter SouthfieldBoston, MA
David Castillo902023Margarita Muñiz AcademyBoston, MA
Braxton Shelton902022BrushFort Morgan, CO
Nick Martinez892023St. Joseph RegionalNanuet, NY
Diego Arcay882022Summer CreekHouston, TX
Antonio Russo882023Westminster AcademyPompano Beach, FL
Ivan Sierra882022Garner MagnetRaleigh, NC
Karson Grout872024Mid-PrairieWellman, IA
Carson Luna862024St. John'sHouston, TX
Eli Hellmann842023GeorgetownGeorgetown, TX
Maika Niu842022TrinityMechanicsburg, PA
Ace Reese842023CantonCanton, TX


Top OF Velos


Luis Castillo922023Centro Educativo MetasMiami, FL
Jake Cespedes Liriano922023Casiano CepedaSanto Domingo (DOM)
Gabriel Watson912022MidwayHewitt, TX
Maika Niu902022TrinityMechanicsburg, PA
Diego Arcay892022Summer CreekHouston, TX
Amman Dewberry892022Peachtree AcademyConyers, GA
Antonio Avila882022V. Sue ClevelandCorrales, NM
Tyler Caton882022Palm Beach CentralWellington, FL
Elijah Coe882022PatriotBristow, VA
Antonio Russo882023Westminster AcademyPompano Beach, FL
Dario Sosa872023Holy CrossWaterbury, CT
Anthony Fincher852022Blue ValleyOverland Park, KS
Colin Jones852024Georgia Premier AcademyStone Mountain, GA
Nathan Seeber852023The First AcademyWinter Garden, FL


Top 60 Yard Dash Times


Dylan Fishbough6.432022La Costa CanyonCarlsbad, CA
David Bauer6.682022Cardinal GibbonsFort Lauderdale, FL
Colin Jones6.702024Georgia Premier AcademyStone Mountain, GA
Antonio Avila6.752022V. Sue ClevelandCorrales, NM
Maika Niu6.782022TrinityMechanicsburg, PA
Diego Arcay6.802022Summer CreekHouston, TX
Ryan Milsap6.832022Blue Valley NorthwestOverland Park, KS
Antonio Russo6.882023Westminster AcademyPompano Beach, FL
Arwin Burgos6.892022Carlos Beltran Baseball AcademyRío Grande, PR
Gabriel Watson6.902022MidwayHewitt, TX
Mitch Jones6.912023Junius H RoseGreenville, NC
Carson Luna6.952024St. John'sHouston, TX
Christopher Margarella6.952024SaguaroScottsdale, AZ
Cole May6.952022WestlakeAustin, TX
Leyton Burgos6.962022John F KennedyPaterson, NJ
Collier Barham6.982022Louisiana State University LaboratoryBaton Rouge, LA
Amman Dewberry6.982022Peachtree AcademyConyers, GA


Top 10 Yard Split Times


David Bauer1.512022Cardinal GibbonsFort Lauderdale, FL
Gabriel Watson1.532022MidwayHewitt, TX
Dylan Fishbough1.542022La Costa CanyonCarlsbad, CA
Antonio Russo1.552023Westminster AcademyPompano Beach, FL
Troy Evans1.572022Lake RidgeGrand Prairie, TX
Diego Arcay1.582022Summer CreekHouston, TX
Christopher Margarella1.582024SaguaroScottsdale, AZ
Cole May1.582022WestlakeAustin, TX
Arwin Burgos1.592022Carlos Beltran Baseball AcademyRío Grande, PR
Anthony Fincher1.592022Blue ValleyOverland Park, KS
Mitch Jones1.592023Junius H RoseGreenville, NC
Ace Reese1.592023CantonCanton, TX
Bobby Fasulo1.602022JupiterJupiter, FL
Devin Gasway1.602023CalabasasBell Canyon, CA
Braxton Shelton1.602022BrushFort Morgan, CO


Batting Practice Highlights


Tyler Caton (2022, Wellingotn, FL) found some loud barrels working gap-to-gap during his round. The Florida native showed solid bat speed to match.

Mitch Jones (2023, Greenville, NC) showed good bat speed and bat-to-ball skills during his round. He displayed a line drive approach to all fields.

Thomas Nettles (2022, Louisville, KY) got his barrel out and extended with solid juice. The ball came off the barrel well as he drove liners.

Braden Rosenthal (2025, Delray Beach, FL) showed power potential and juice during his round. Rosenthal showed leverage with bat speed through the zone, consistently driving ball to deep right field.

Arwin Burgos (2022, Rio Grande, PR) showed athleticism and solid bat speed during his round. The ball came off well and he repeated his swing well

David Castillo (2023, Boston, MA) showed pop to his pull side, taking two ball out of the park. The Boston native has strong hands and a quick bat to match.

Jake Cespedes Liriano (FA, Santo Domingo, SD) showed legitimate bat speed and projectable power. The right-handed hitter went deep to left during his round and showed pop to his pull side. 

Maika Niu (2022, Mechanicsburg, PA) employs an all-fields approach and drove balls hard consistently. The New Orleans commit showed good bat speed and had jump off the barrel.

Ethan Brown (2023, Waukesha, WI) showed strength at the point of contact and drove lots of balls to deep left field. The power projects well and he found a good amount of barrels. 

Joel Collado (2023, Stratford, CT) displayed good pop to the opposite field gap. THe Connecticut native showed good juice off the bat when he got extended out front.

Amman Dewberry (2022, Conyers, GA) showed good bat speed from the left side. The Presbyterian commit showed looseness through the zone with some loft.

Nick Martinez (2023, Nanuet, NY) showcased a whipp, quick bat during his round. The power projects for the Florida International commit.

John Hernandez (2023, Boston, MA) employed a smooth stroke during his round. He displayed gap-to-gap pop with some lift through the zone.

Antonio Avila (2022, Corrales, NM) showed pull side juice and took one out of the park. Avila has a projectable frame with some already present strength. 

Carson Luna (2024, Houston, TX) drove ball to all fields and caught a good amount of barrels. The ball comes off well and he repeats his swing well.

Bobby Fasulo (2022, Jupiter, FL) had a solid round and foud a lot of barrels. The Jupiter native projects with solid power to the pull side.

Ellington Hodge (2024, Decatur, GA) got extended well and caught the ball out front. He also showed good bat speed to match.

Matt Merk (2022, Lockport, IL) showed a simple, repeatable swing during his round. The Illinois native has developing power and used it to the gaps.

Luis Castillo (2023, Miami, FL) has plenty of physicality and got into it. The Miami native displayed all fields power with plenty of carry.


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