Tournaments | Story | 9/18/2019

PG Super25 Maryland Quick Hits

See also: PG Super25 Virginia Quick Hits | 14u Mid-Atlantic Fall Quick Hits

Brayden Stottlemyer (2022, Charles Town, W.Va.) capped off a good weekend, going 2-for-3 in the championship game for the Richmond Braves 16u National to take home MVP honors.  Stottlemyer hit .500 (4-for-8) on the weekend with a double, triple, two runs batted in and two stolen bases.

Marshall Mott (2021, Gettysburg, Pa.) took home MV-Pitcher honors with his dominating performance in the Fall Super Qualifier. The University of Pennsylvania commit threw a complete game no-hitter with 12 strikeouts. Mott created deception by using a crossbody delivery.  His fastball sat in the low- to mid-80s, topping out at 84 mph with occasional cut. Coming from a three-quarters arm slot he was able to create a lot of swings-and-misses with a hard sweeping slider at 72 mph.  Mott was a tough at-bat all day and it showed with his dominating outing.

Logan Moseley (2022, Gettysburg, Pa.) from the Frederick Hustlers was impressive in his early outing.  He went six scoreless innings, allowing one hit with seven strikeouts. Moseley has a medium build with a thick lower half and present strength.  He has simple, repeatable mechanics and creates good downhill plane with life through the zone from a three-quarters arm slot.  Moseley also gets good extension through release. His fastball sat 80-84 mph and mixed in a developing changeup with fade in the mid-70s to disrupt the hitters timing.

"Lee" Luther Ellis (2023, White Plains, Md.) came out firing in his short stint over the weekend.  Ellis's fastball sat in the low-80s and topped out at 85 mph.  He showed good extension out in front to create downhill plane and late life through the zone. Ellis is an interesting prospect to follow with a long, lean frame with plenty of room to fill out.

Bennett Shealor (2022, Blacksburg, Va.) is a High Follow and played for the Richmond Braves 16u National team this weekend.  He showed some serious pop on two separate occasions.  Shealor batted from a crouched stance, and used a short, simple leg lift as a trigger to launch two monster home runs in game action this weekend.  His swing incorporates his strong hands and present bat speed to create lift through the zone.

Justin Simone (2021, Manalapan, N.J.) from BBA National dominated in his five scoreless innings this weekend.  He used a heavy four-seam fastball in the 80-83 range, topping out at 85 mph.  Simone allowed only three hits and recorded ten strikeouts.  He pounded the zone early from a three-quarters slot and showed the ability to get swings-and-misses with a slurve-shaped curveball.

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