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1-Gold vs 2-Purple Game Highlights

9/5/2021

Wyatt Hellens (2023, Georgetown, DE) remained hot at the dish during the last game, peppering a double into the right-center field gap. The Georgetown, DE native has displayed an advanced approach at the plate all showcase, going up there with a purpose each AB. Hellens has gotten the barrel out on several balls this weekend showing an innate ability to put the bat on the ball. 

 

Nathan Wines (2025, Millersville, MD) ripped a single through the left side of the infield during his first at-bat of the game. Continuing to showcase himself well as a two-way prospect, Wines uses his long levers to create leverage and cover the plate with a quick, elevated stroke. 

 

Miguel Herb (2024, Bear, DE) brought home the games first run with a well-struck, line drive single into right field. The toolsy catcher continues to showcase himself well at the plate with lofted stroke present juice to the pull side and a heavy barrel at impact. Turning on a fastball, Herb unleashed his quick hands for a loud barrel. 

 

Diesel Frisch (2022, Craddockville, VA) turned on a fastball, ripping it down the left field line for a stand up double to lead off the 2nd inning. Swiping third base only a few pitches later, Frisch impacted the game and made things happen. Present quickness in his hands, Frisch did a good job getting the barrel out, keeping the ball just inside the foul line. 

 

Cole Parsons (2024, Pasadena, MD) squared up a fastball, as he pieced a single back up the middle. Parsons stayed on the ball well as he got the barrel through the zone with quickness in his hands. A line drive swing plane getting the barrel on plane early, the Pasadena MD native flashes impact through the middle of the field.

 

Michael Joseph (2023, Lothian, MD) sent a hard hit groundball past the diving third baseman in his first at-bat. A large, physical build, Joseph hits it hard when he squares up the ball. Strong hands with a quick stroke, the rising junior packs a punch at the plate with juice to the pull side.  

 

Justin Weidner (2026, New Castle, DE) put the purple team on top in the second inning, lining an RBI-single over the third baseman’s head. One of the youngest players at the showcase, Weidner has held his own all weekend, putting together tough at-bats. Turning on a inside fastball, flashing some hand quickness and bat speed that projects as he gets older. 

 

Brayden Robinson (2025, Crofton, MD) offered a lot of intriguing potential on the bump as he tossed three innings. An extra-large, 6-4/195 build, Robinson has the physical frame that projects with tons of strength remaining to be added. Creating downhill plane with his fastball from an over the top arm slot, Robinson’s clean arm action paired with an effortless delivery are ingredients for a bright future. Punching out four during his three innings of work, the Crofton MD native showed some feel for a 12-6 shaped curveball that flashed plus-depth at times. 

 

Ethan Flaugher (2024, North East, MD) continues to showcase advanced feel for the barrel with juice to the pull side. Hammering a fastball into right field with his elevated left-handed stroke, Flaugher creates tons of bat speed with a strong lower half and quick hands. 


1-Gold vs 3-Red Gamehighlights

9/5/2021

Jake Yeager (2024, Odenton, MD) worked his fastball up to 87 mph, showcasing a lively arm that certainly has more in the tank. Working both sides of the plate with his heater, changing speeds well to generate weak contact. An intriguing three-pitch mix with a loose, whippy arm, Yeager possess loads of projection on the mound as he adds more strength while refining some mechanical components. 

 

Wyatt Hellens (2023, Georgetown, DE) pieced a line drive through the right side of the infield. Using a quick, compact stroke with present strength in his hands, putting together a tough at-bat, showing a keen eye at the plate as he barreled up a fastball on the outer half. 

 

Drew Emrich (2025, Linthicum, MD) barreled up a loud single, flashing some power potential to the gaps as he continues to fill out a 5-10/155 frame. Staying on the ball well through extension, Emrich was able to lift the ball into the right-center gap with a compact stroke. 

 

Jackson Loomis (2025, Washington, D.C.) collected two knocks to the pull side during game play, showcasing the ability to get the barrel out to the point of contact consistently. Working well to the pull side, the D.C. native has flashed the makings of advanced bat-to-ball skills with a short, compact stroke. 


2-Purple vs 3-Red Game Highlights

9/5/2021

Peyton Mamula (2025, Severn, MD) tossed three innings of one-hit ball, utilizing a three-pitch mix that projects well as he continues to develop feel for his arsenal. Punching out three, Mamula showed the ability to land his 12-6 shaped curveball for strikes in various counts, relying on it to get swing-and-misses. Working his fastball in the high-70’s, low-80’s, the Arnold, MD native grabbed an 82 during his first inning or work. 

 

Carver Salazar (2024, Arnold, MD) got the red team on the board first, shooting a line drive back up the middle scoring the runner from second. Continuing to display consistent compact stroke that works well through the middle of the field with some bat-to-ball skills that will continue to play as he grows. 

 

Seamus Patenaude (2023, Severna Park, MD) grabbed a brief 85 during his two innings of work, offering a lot to like on the mound as he continues to display his athleticism. A two-pitch mix that flashed plus at times, Patenaude operated with an effortless delivery, sitting in the low-80’s with his fastball that showed late sinking action through the zone. Landing a breaking ball for strikes that had depth to it, Patenaude was intriguing on the mound. 

 

Noah Bowerman (2023, Pasadena, MD) took a fastball on the outer half and lined it into the left-center gap. A line-drive swing plane that has consistently found barrels, works to the gaps well with developing power potential as he fills out more. 

 

Michael Piskun (2024, Egg Harbor Township, NJ) shot a well-struck groundball through the 5.5 hole, bringing home another run for the red squad. Flashing feel for the barrel with some impact to the opposite field, the rising sophomore has put together quality at-bats throughout the showcase. 


1-Gold v. 3-Red Game Highlights

9/4/2021

Jake Yeager (2024 RHP, Odenton, MD) had himself a day at the plate, as he collected doubles in both of his at-bats. The young 2024 Grad implores a whole field approach with good barrel skills and strength through impact. He stays through the hitting zone for a long time, allowing him to cover the plate effectively. 

Elijah Pinckney (2022 SS, Morningside, MD) continued to show an intriguing hit tool in this one, as the quick twitch middle-infielder collected two hits including a double. The uncommitted 2022 incorporates a flatter path with quickness to his hands and feel for the barrel. 

Brian Walsh (2023 RHP, Scranton, PA) continued to impress, as the uncommitted 2023 showed off true two-way abilities. He ran his fastball up to 83 mph over his three scoreless innings, allowing just one hit and striking out four. The athletically built right-hander incorporates a short, compact arm action to pound the zone. He mixed in a sharp, late biting breaking ball for both strikes and swings-and-misses. 

Jack Ford (2022 SS, Delmar, MD) displayed a short, quick stroke at the plate in this one, as the uncommitted 2022 shortstop delivered an RBI double to left field. He incorporates good lower half movements to torque and get the barrel to the front. 

Nathan Wines (2025 RHP, Millersville, MD) impressed over the course of his two scoreless innings, as the immensely projectable right-hander ran his fastball up to 81 mph and showed good command to both sides of the plate. He works from a simple, repeatable delivery with looseness to his arm stroke and plenty of present arm speed. He struck out with a steady diet of lively fastballs and a sharp, late biting curveball. There is tons of projection remaining within his 6-foot-2 frame and should continue to add velocity as he physically matures. 

2-Purple v. 3-Red Game Highlights

9/4/2021

Brian Walsh (2023 RHP, Scranton, PA) continued to impress at the plate, as smooth left-handed hitter collected two hits including a line drive triple to right field. The uncommitted 2023 implores quick hands and good lower half movements to turn the barrel on the inner-half. 

Garrett Kuhn (2022 RHP, Gambrills, MD) was impressive in his three scoreless innings of work, as the right-hander ran his fastball up to 83 mph from a a lower, extended three quarters arm slot. He creates some deception with a slight cross-body release, pounding the zone with heavy arm-side run and tons of life. The uncommitted 2022 Grad utilized a sweeping breaking ball to generate plenty of awkward swings, punching out five hitters along the way. 

Jake Yeager (2024 RHP, Odenton, MD) showed intriguing bat speed and barrel skills in this one, launching a double to right centerfield. The long, lean and athletic 2024 Grad implores a simple, repeatable swing with good usage of his lower half and strength in hands. 

John Smith (2023 LHP, Parsonsburg, MD) showed off intriguing arm talent, as the young left-hander tossed three scoreless innings and punched out five hitters. He used a deceptive delivery to keep hitters off-balance, releasing slightly across his body. He used a higher three-quarters arm slot with tons of present arm speed to pound both sides of the plate. He mixed in a slower 1-7 curveball for both strikes and swings-and-misses, generating tons of weak contact and awkward swings. There is plenty of room for the Parsonsburg, MD native to add more strength to his frame and should continue adding additional velocity. 

 

 


Top Exit Velos

9/4/2021

NameExit VeloGradSchoolHometown
Henry Letourneau892023CaryCary, NC
Jake Yeager892024Archbishop SpaldingOdenton, MD
Diesel Frisch862022NanduaCraddockville, VA
Braydin Kurz852024Mount Saint JosephPasadena, MD
Brian Walsh852023Scranton PreparatoryScranton, PA
Wyatt Hellens842023Sussex Central SeniorGeorgetown, DE
Michael Joseph832023Archbishop SpaldingLothian, MD
Peyton Mamula832025Archbishop SpaldingSevern, MD
William Waterbury832022OswegoOswego, NY
Ben Berger822023SherwoodOlney, MD
Ethan Flaugher822024North EastNorth East, MD
Braden Mosby822023Central DauphinHarrisburg, PA
Seamus Patenaude822023Severna ParkSeverna Park, MD
Brayden Robinson822025Archbishop SpaldingCrofton, MD
David Stiles812022MarshallVienna, VA
Nick Colarossi802023HersheyHershey, PA
Elijah Pinckney802022Dr. Henry A. Wise Jr.Morningside, MD
Joaquin Rodriguez-Costa802025Sussex Central SeniorHarbeson, DE
Nicholas Turnage802023Haddonfield MemorialHaddonfield, NJ

 


Top OF Velos

9/4/2021

NameOFGradSchoolHometown
Jake Yeager832024Archbishop SpaldingOdenton, MD
Miguel Herb822024Caravel AcademyBear, DE
John Smith822023ParksideParsonsburg, MD
Brian Walsh822023Scranton PreparatoryScranton, PA
Seamus Patenaude812023Severna ParkSeverna Park, MD
William Waterbury792022OswegoOswego, NY
Drew Emrich782025Archbishop SpaldingLinthicum, MD
Michael Piskun762024Egg Harbor TwpEgg Harbor Twp, NJ
Nathan Wines762025Archbishop SpaldingMillersville, MD
Nick Colarossi752023HersheyHershey, PA
Henry Letourneau752023CaryCary, NC
Brayden Robinson752025Archbishop SpaldingCrofton, MD

 


Top IF Velos

9/4/2021

NameIFGradSchoolHometown
Seamus Patenaude822023Severna ParkSeverna Park, MD
Jake Yeager822024Archbishop SpaldingOdenton, MD
Kyle Emmons772023Archbishop SpaldingPasadena, MD
Wyatt Hellens772023Sussex Central SeniorGeorgetown, DE
Nicholas Turnage772023Haddonfield MemorialHaddonfield, NJ
Erick Castro762025Northampton AreaNorthampton, PA
Brayden Robinson762025Archbishop SpaldingCrofton, MD
Chase Taylor762024Archbishop SpaldingOdenton, MD
Jack Bieda752024Mount Saint JosephPasadena, MD
Ethan Flaugher742024North EastNorth East, MD
Elijah Pinckney742022Dr. Henry A. Wise Jr.Morningside, MD
Joaquin Rodriguez-Costa742025Sussex Central SeniorHarbeson, DE
Carver Salazar732024Archbishop SpaldingArnold, MD
Jack Ford722022Delmar SeniorDelmar, MD
Jackson Loomis722025Woodrow WilsonWashington, DC
Peyton Mamula722025Archbishop SpaldingSevern, MD
Carson Merritt712024Archbishop SpaldingElkridge, MD
Hunter Dicarlantonio702025Delaware Military AcademyWilmington, DE
James Kershner702022South HagerstownHagerstown, MD

 


Top 1B Velos

9/4/2021

Name1BGradSchoolHometown
Nathan Wines822025Archbishop SpaldingMillersville, MD
David Stiles752022MarshallVienna, VA
Theo Loughlin712025Archbishop SpaldingAnnapolis, MD
Ben Berger702023SherwoodOlney, MD

 


Top C Pop Times

9/4/2021

NamePopGradSchoolHometown
Ethan Flaugher1.992024North EastNorth East, MD
Miguel Herb2.002024Caravel AcademyBear, DE
Braden Mosby2.002023Central DauphinHarrisburg, PA
Jack McNally2.072025Archbishop SpaldingGlen Burnie, MD
Jack Bieda2.082024Mount Saint JosephPasadena, MD
Michael Joseph2.112023Archbishop SpaldingLothian, MD
Hunter Dicarlantonio2.172025Delaware Military AcademyWilmington, DE
Drew Emrich2.192025Archbishop SpaldingLinthicum, MD

 


Top C Velos

9/4/2021

NameCGradSchoolHometown
Miguel Herb762024Caravel AcademyBear, DE
Michael Joseph752023Archbishop SpaldingLothian, MD
Jack McNally752025Archbishop SpaldingGlen Burnie, MD
Jack Bieda732024Mount Saint JosephPasadena, MD
Braden Mosby722023Central DauphinHarrisburg, PA
Hunter Dicarlantonio712025Delaware Military AcademyWilmington, DE
Ethan Flaugher712024North EastNorth East, MD
Drew Emrich662025Archbishop SpaldingLinthicum, MD

 


Top 10 Yard Splits

9/4/2021

Name10GradSchoolHometown
Henry Letourneau1.522023CaryCary, NC
Garrett Kuhn1.532022ArundelGambrills, MD
Cole Parsons1.562024ChesapeakePasadena, MD
Brayden Robinson1.562025Archbishop SpaldingCrofton, MD
Noah Bowerman1.572023ChesapeakePasadena, MD
Brian Walsh1.572023Scranton PreparatoryScranton, PA
Nick Colarossi1.582023HersheyHershey, PA
Nathan Wines1.582025Archbishop SpaldingMillersville, MD
Jack Ford1.592022Delmar SeniorDelmar, MD
Erick Castro1.602025Northampton AreaNorthampton, PA
William Waterbury1.602022OswegoOswego, NY
Michael Piskun1.612024Egg Harbor TwpEgg Harbor Twp, NJ
Kyle Emmons1.622023Archbishop SpaldingPasadena, MD
Diesel Frisch1.622022NanduaCraddockville, VA
Ben Berger1.632023SherwoodOlney, MD
Ethan Flaugher1.632024North EastNorth East, MD
Wyatt Hellens1.642023Sussex Central SeniorGeorgetown, DE
Braydin Kurz1.642024Mount Saint JosephPasadena, MD
Miguel Herb1.652024Caravel AcademyBear, DE
Jack McNally1.652025Archbishop SpaldingGlen Burnie, MD
Justin Weidner1.652026Middle SchoolNew Castle, DE

 


Top 60 Yard Times

9/4/2021

Name60GradSchoolHometown
Henry Letourneau6.872023CaryCary, NC
Diesel Frisch6.952022NanduaCraddockville, VA
Cole Parsons7.002024ChesapeakePasadena, MD
Seamus Patenaude7.002023Severna ParkSeverna Park, MD
Nathan Wines7.162025Archbishop SpaldingMillersville, MD
Erick Castro7.212025Northampton AreaNorthampton, PA
Carson Merritt7.302024Archbishop SpaldingElkridge, MD
Miguel Herb7.352024Caravel AcademyBear, DE
Michael Piskun7.352024Egg Harbor TwpEgg Harbor Twp, NJ
Brayden Robinson7.352025Archbishop SpaldingCrofton, MD
Nick Colarossi7.372023HersheyHershey, PA
Brian Walsh7.382023Scranton PreparatoryScranton, PA
William Waterbury7.402022OswegoOswego, NY

 


1-Gold v. 2-Purple Game Highlights

9/4/2021

Kyle Emmons (2023 RHP, Pasadena, MD) was impressive in his three scoreless innings of work, as the long-levered right-hander ran his fastball up to 83 mph. He incorporates a simple, repeatable delivery with a shorter stride out to foot strike and extension through release.  The uncommitted 2023 Grad works from a lower three-quarters arm slot, flashing some natural arm-side run to it and mixed in a 10-4 shaped breaking ball for strikes. He allowed just two hits and punched out seven hitters along the way. The Pasadena, MD native has tons of room to add strength as he fully matures and should see an uptick in velocity in the near future. 

Ben Berger (2023 LHP, Olney, MD) is another uncommitted arm that impressed over his three scoreless innings of work, as the young left-hander ran his fastball up to 81 mph from a compact three-quarters arm slot. He displayed tons of natural arm-side run to his fastball, missing barrels often with the pitch. He mixed in a slurve shaped breaking ball that flashed both horizontal sweeping action and some vertical tilt. The Olney, MD native allowed just two hits and struck out six hitters during his outing, working all four quadrants effectively. There is plenty of room for him to continue adding strength, which will only aide in developing more velocity down the road. 

Nathan Wines (2025 RHP, Millersville, MD) got the scoring going in this one, singling home two in the top half of the final inning. The 2025 Grad displays a short, direct swing path with some compact bat speed and barrel skills. 

Jackson Loomis (2025 SS, Washington, DC) had himself a day in this one, as the young 2025 Grad showed some potential two-way abilities as he collected two hits at the plate and tossed two scoreless innings on the mound. He incorporates a simple, repeatable swing at the plate with excellent hand-eye coordination and compact hand speed. He allowed just two hits, struck out two and generated a ton of weak contact while on the mound. 

Anthony Wilson (2025 OF, Essex, MD) showed off his hit tool in this one, as the 2025 outfielder collected two hits in as many at-bats. The Essex, MD native uses a short, direct swing path to deliver the barrel on-time and with authority. 

Batting Practice Highlights

9/4/2021

Brayden Robinson (2025 RHP, Crofton, MD) showed the ability to create tons of leverage out in front, driving several line drives through the gaps and flashing long-term power potential. He incorporates a long, loose swing with good lower half movements and strength in his hands. 

Nick Colarossi (2023 OF, Hershey, PA) displayed a smooth line-drive stroke throughout his round. The compactly built 2023 Grad showed quickness to his hands and plenty of present bat speed. He incorporates good lower half movements to turn the barrel well on the inner-half. 

Nicholas Turnage (2023 3B, Haddonfield, NJ) showed a simple, repeatable swing throughout his round, as the uncommitted 2023 Grad produced several well-struck line drives and flashed gap-to-gap power potential. 

Ethan Flaugher (2024 C, North East, MD) displayed legitimate switch-hitting ability and projectable power from both sides. He incorporates quick hands, good lower half torque and plenty of present bat speed. The uncommitted 2024 Grad drove several balls through the gap and consistently found the barrel. 

Joaquin Rodriguez-Costa (2025 3B, Harbeson, DE) produced several well-struck line drives to the pullside throughout his round. He displayed a leveraged stroke with strength in hands and a heavy barrel. 

Miguel Herb (2024 C, Bear, DE) took a professional round of BP, spraying line drives to all fields and flashed some power potential to the middle and pullside. The athletically built 2024 Grad incorporates lightning quick hands and strong hands to impact the baseball out in front. 

Michael Joseph (2023 C, Lothian, MD) showed off impressive barrel skills throughout his round, producing several well-struck line drives and flashed power potential to the middle and pullside. He incorporates strong hands and a short, direct swing path to impact the baseball out in front. 

Jack McNally (2025 C, Glen Burnie, MD) displayed a simple, repeatable swing with quick hands, good feel for the barrel and extension out in front. Displayed a middle-of-the field approach with the ability to turn the barrel on the inner-half. 

Elijah Pinckney (2022 SS, Morningside, MD) displayed a simple, line drive swing with the ability to impact the baseball to all fields. He stays short and direct to the baseball, implores quick hands to deliver the barrel on-time. 

Brian Walsh (2023 RHP, Scranton, PA) displayed consistent line drive impact throughout his round, driving the baseball well from gap-to-gap. He implores quick hands, good lower half movements and creates tons of leverage out in front. 

 

 

 

 

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