2008 West Coast Top Prospect Showcase

Showcase : : Top Prospect List
Crosschecker Staff        
Published: Tuesday, October 07, 2008

San Bernadino, CA
Aug. 30 - Sept 1

Top Prospect List  

1.) Matt Davidson, 3B, Yucaipa HS, CA-One of the top hitters in the 2009 class, Matt is a player that could go early in the draft to a team looking for a power bat. He has a very advanced hitting approach and showed his raw power by hitting nearly a 400 foot opposite field shot during the games.

2.) Kristopher Hobson , 1B/LHP, Stockdale HS, CA-A highest-level two-way prospect, Kristopher could go early in the draft on the mound or at the plate. He attacks hitters with a fastball that reaches 92 and a very tight curveball. Offensively Kristopher has a smooth and relaxed swin


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