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Tournaments | Story | 10/14/2021

Top 2026s Set To Take On 14u Worlds

Blake Dowson     
Photo: Deion Cole (Perfect Game)
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – The third annual WWBA 14u World Championship is set to start Thursday, as 44 of the best 14u travel ball teams from across the country ascend upon West Palm Beach to claim the prestigious championship.
 
Much of the country will be represented at the 14u Worlds, with teams from corners of the country such as California, Texas, Wisconsin, New Jersey, and Florida.
 
Canes National, who call Fredericksburg, Va. home, will be in attendance with the goal of defending last year’s title at this event. They will do so with what looks like one of the better teams on paper. Rostered for the Canes will be Andrew Costello (No. 7 overall prospect in the 2026 class), Bubba Coleman (No. 12), Alex Harrington (No. 14), Hunter Harrington (No. 20), Trenton Maybin (No. 40), Carson Bolemon (No. 42), and Brady Marshall (No. 45) are all top-50 prospects in the class.
 
Both Harrington twins, Coleman, and Costello were all participants in the Perfect Game 13u Select Festival this past summer. Deion Cole, the No. 1 prospect in the 2026 class, also played in the 13u Select Fest this past summer and will suit up for SmarTense 14u The Show. Brayden Harris (No. 19 overall, Burn Atlantic 14u Navy) and Yodelkis Quevedo (No. 21, Clutch Elite) are two more Select Fest players set to play this weekend in West Palm Beach.
 
Grady Emerson, the No. 4 prospect in the class, is another 13u Select Fest participant, who will lead the charge for USA Prime National. USA Prime National is another team, on paper, who looks like a favorite this weekend. Emerson is joined by four other players from the 13u Select Festival on the roster: Jesiah Andrade (No. 23 overall), Ethan Trahan (No. 25), Colten Springall (No. 26), and Codey Gauff (No. 27). Beyond Select Fest participants, USA Prime will also roster Kruz Schoolcraft (No. 32), another top-50 player.
 
For more information on the WWBA 14u World Championship, visit the Event Page.
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