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Tournaments  | Story  | 5/7/2024

SE Spring World Series Scout Notes

Keegan Sawyer (2028, Cleves, Ohio) showed a bunch of things to like throughout the Gem City Throwbacks run to the championship of the Southeast World Series. He has a strong look to him already with more strength that you can project onto the frame. The bat speed certainly stands out and he put together quite the stat line in his first PG event of 2024. The primary backstop finished up the event hitting .545 with two doubles and ten RBI with more than double the amount of walks than strikeouts. Sawyer certainly jumped on our radar with this performance and we’ll make sure to keep tabs on him this summer. 

Cyrus Worley (2028, Springfield, Ohio) put up a ridiculous stat line over the weekend for the Gem City Throwbacks. The 5-foot-9. 180-pound primary corner infielder finished up the event hitting .667 over six games with four doubles and five RBI. He was a driving force behind the run to the championship victory for Gem City and took home tournament MVP. 

Andrew Oppenheimer (2028, Beavercreek, Ohio) showed some serious two way intrigue throughout the weekend. The 5-foot-9, 145-pound first baseman/left-handed pitcher got the ball in the PG Game of the Week against a talented lineup and threw three no-hit innings and worked comfortably in the low-80s. Not only did he show arm talent and great projection on the mound, he finished up the event hitting .333 with a triple and two doubles with seven RBI also added to the stat sheet. Quite the performance for Oppenheimer on the weekend and he’ll be another name we check back in on soon as the summer kicks off. 

Derrick Aull (2028, McDonough, Ga.) got the ball early on in the event and tossed a gem for the 643 DP Cougars 14u. The 5-foot-10, 157-pound right-handed pitcher/third baseman ran the fastball into the low-80s with a tight breaking ball mixed in. He went four innings, striking out five and not allowing a single hit or walk. He pounded the zone to the tune of 60% strikes. He also added some big swings late in the tournament and finished hitting .400 with a double and two RBI. 

Ty Page (2028, Atlanta, Ga.) has really stood out all spring and continued that over the weekend for the 643 DP Cougars 14u. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound third baseman was all over the barrel through six games on the weekend, finishing up hitting .615 with three doubles, two triples and five RBI. He has good feel for the barrel and is a physical presence in the box. He has some twitch to the hands and works to both gaps nicely. He’s consistently been a name we’ve been impressed with and continued to swing it well this past weekend. 

Brennan New (2027, Simpsonville, S.C.) got the ball out of the bullpen for Team Elite 14u National and showed some big time arm talent. It wasn’t the best outing overall as he walked five but the fastball explodes out of the hand and got up to 87 mph in the outing. He’s a natural mover with a loose arm and the velocity should only continue to tick up in the coming years. He also showed great bat speed early in the playoffs with a loud double. 

Colin Anderson (2028, Evans, Ga.) just put up another ridiculous run through another PG event which has almost become the norm for him. The 6-foot, 175-pound third baseman/outfielder is one of the top overall hitters in the young 2028 class and showed why over the weekend. He finished up hitting .500 with four doubles over four games for Team Elite 14u National. These stat lines have become normal for Anderson as he hit a ridiculous .498 last year and has just continued that this year. 

-Cam McElwaney