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Top FB Velos

6/10/2018

Name FB Grad School Hometown
Jarrett Korson 88 2019 Santiago Lake Elsinore, CA
Jashia Morrissey 88 2019 Venice Los Angeles, CA
Derek Balancier 87 2019 Bonita Vista Bonita, CA
Ricky Tibbett 87 2019 Eastlake Chula Vista, CA
Connor Wilford 87 2019 San Clemente San Clemente, CA
Jared Casebier 85 2020 Trabuco Hills Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
Garrett James 85 2019 Fort Bragg Fort Bragg, CA
Ethan Oneal 85 2020 Liberty Las Vegas, NV
Clayton Ray 85 2019   Santa Cruz, CA
Seth Spencer 85 2019 Canyon Springs Moreno Valley, CA

11-Royal vs 14-White

6/10/2018

Connor Wilford (2019 RHP, San Clemente, CA) started the game today for the Royal team, showed some life on his fastball running it up to 87mph. He commanded the zone very well with his fastball and secondary pitches as well. He had a 11/5 shape curveball with some late break, and tight spin. He also flashed his changeup to both right and left hand hitters keeping it down in the zone and keeping hitters off balance.

Jordan Ku (2019 SS, Huntington Beach, CA) has a medium frame, with a high hand set in the box. Ku stroked a homerun to left field in the game showing good line drive plane and barrel control. He has some lift in swing and ball comes off the bat with some pop. 

Alex Shane (2022 OF, Los Angeles, CA) showed an open stance at the plate, with a low hand set. He showed the ability to have some bat speed, and drive the ball to the gap.

Tyler Stiteler (2019 C, Phoenix, AZ) had a loud in game double to the opposite field gap. He showed the ability to wait and let the ball travel to get into the hitting zone. 

Marcus Weinzimer (2020 C, Mission Viejo, CA) smaller and slim frame, with an open stance. He showed the ability to turn on the fastball and drive a ball down the left field line. Marcus showed some good bat speed and barrel control at the plate. 

Green vs Navy Game Highlights

6/10/2018

Jacob Robinette (2019 1B, Chula Vista, CA) Displayed good strength in his swing with the ability to drive the ball through the outfield alleys. Doubled in his second at-bat of the game. 

Aj Valle (2021 3B, Huntington Beach, CA) Valle showed quick hands through the zone with present bat speed. Generated solid jump off the barrel on a line drive down the left field line for a double in his second at-bat. 

Jadon Bugni (2019 C, Ellensburg, WA) Bugni shows good barrel control throughout the zone with the ability to work to all fields. Collected two hits, including a double both to the opposite field. 

Justin Johnson (2019 3B, West Sacramento, CA) The 2019 grad utilized a natural leveraged barrel plane with good raw strength at contact. Johnson hammered a home run to deep left field in game action. 

Cayden Clark (2021 OF, Erda, UT) The 2021, Utah native displayed good bat speed through the zone with solid balance throughout. Doubled to centerfield in his first at-bat of the day. 

John Huelskamp (2019 C, Moreno Valley, CA) Utilized a compact, direct barrel plane that generated solid bat speed through extension. Doubled sharply down the left field line in his first at-bat. 

Garrett James (2019 LHP, Fort Bragg, CA) James displayed an advanced approach at the plate with a smooth barrel plane through the baseball. James collected 2 hits including a triple to right field. 

Aiden Calvert (2020 OF, Chula Vista, CA) Calvert showed excellent barrel control with a knack for finding the barrel. The 2020 grad collected 3 hit in 3 at-bats including a triple. 

Wyatt Nelson (2020 MIF, Los Angeles, CA) The 2020 Los Angeles native showed quick hands to contact with a clean, linear barrel plane. Nelson singled sharply in each of his 2 at-bats. 

Purple vs Royal Game Highlights

6/10/2018

Sergio Cazares (2020 OF, Lakewood, CA) Stays on plane with the pitch well and is able to hit line drives. Had a couple of singles in the game.

Koy Davis (2021 RHP, Lemoore, CA) Has an inside swing path to the ball and is able to drive it to the opposite field. Had two singles to the right side of the field.

Jackson Forbes (2019 2B, Vacaville, CA) Has a deeper load with quick hands to the ball. Had two hits in the game. Athletic runner and has good speed on the bases.

Tyler Gough (2022 SS, Perris, CA) Solid righty to start the game. Got the fastball up to 82 miles per hour with life. Also threw a sinking changeup at 74 miles per hour.

Jashia Morrissey (2019 SS, Los Angeles, CA) Very good righty on the mound. Lively fastball in the upper 80's and topped out at 88 miles per hour. Had a good changeup and curveball combination.

Eric Nakano (2020 3B, Chula Vista, CA) Very toolsy hitter. Has a lot of raw power coming from a strong build. Drove the ball to the gaps with a couple of doubles in the game.

Shane Sasaki (2019 OF, Mililani, HI) Showed a quick bat in game and generates some pop off the barrel with a strong swing. Looks to drive the ball with intent. Hit a double to left center field.

Cardinal vs Gold Game Highlights

6/10/2018

Evan Manzo (2020 OF, Huntington Beach, CA) Tripled and later scored in the game. Has a hard swing and showed solid bat speed through the zone.

Mark Lagerstrom (2020 3B, Antelope, CA) Hit a hard double late in the game. Swings the bat with intent and showed the ability to drive the ball to the gaps.

Mark Cervantes (2020 LHP, Chula Vista, CA) Collected two hits in the ball game. Swings the bat with authority and makes solid contact consistently. Gets good jump off the barrel when on time.

Reagan Guthrie (2020 C, Rancho Santa Fe, CA) Showed good strength on a double. Will take the ball to the opposite field and has the power to drive it to the gaps.


Red vs White Game Highlights

6/10/2018

Skye Selinsky (2021 OF, Corona Del Mar, CA) Doubled early in the game that hit off the top of the fence. Has quick hands through the zone and generates some pop off the barrel.

Jordan Pace (2021 RHP, Pleasant Grove, UT) Had a double late in the game. Gets good power that generates from the lower. Naturally lifted barrel plane through the zone.

Samuel Rodriguez (2019 1B, Lakewood, CA) Collected a couple of hard hit singles. Direct path to contact with quick hands to the ball.

Alex Sanfillippo (2022 RHP, Corona, CA) Hit the ball hard all game and had a single and a double to show for it. High contact rate and doesn't have a lot of swing in miss.

Nathan Genis (2020 2B, San Diego, CA) Threw the final three innings. Got a lot of weak contact. Fastball got up to 81 miles per hour and also had a curveball with late bite.


3-Col. Blue vs 1-Black Game Highlights

6/10/2018

Nate Mills (2020 OF, Carlsbad, CA) The 2020 grad displayed a naturally leveraged barrel plane with solid bat speed. Tripled in his last at-bat of the day. 

Garrett Perezchica (2020 SS, Palm Desert, CA) The Palm Desert native showed a compact swing plane with the ability to keep his hands inside the baseball. Consistently delivered the barrel to all parts off the zone while pickup up 2 hits in game action. 

Bryce Sidler (2019 3B, Roseville, CA) Utilized a balanced approach with a knack for finding the barrel. Picked up 2 singles in his first 2 at-bats of the game. 

Seth Spencer (2019 LHP, Moreno Valley, CA) Spencer consistently challenged the strike zone with a fastball that generated good downhill plane in  the low to mid 80's, topped at 85 miles per hour. The 2019 left hander worked 4 innings while striking out 6 batters.

Jackson Hamilton (2019 RHP, Santa Barbara, CA) Hamilton utilized a line drive barrel plane with a knack for barreling the baseball.  Collected 2 hits in 3 at-bats.

Micah Yonamine (2019 C, Honolulu, HI) The Hawaiian native displayed good strength at contact with the ability to drive the ball through the outfield alleys. 

Joseph Acosta (2021 RHP, Murrieta, CA) Collected 2 hits, including a double while showing a balanced, repeatable barrel plane at the plate. 

Ariel Armas (2021 SS, Chula Vista, CA) Flashed the ability to throw the barrel head to baseball and create hard contact. Doubled in 2nd at-bat of the day. 

Bryce Bailey (2019 OF, Tacoma, WA) The Tacoma, WA native utilized a balance approach with the ability to work the baseball to all fields. Tripled in his first  at-bat of the game.

Sunday Batting Practice Highlights

6/10/2018

Joseph Acosta (2021 RHP, Murrieta, CA) is a primary pitcher who has two-way prospect tools.  He has a nice right handed swing with very good timing and made solid line drive contact with lots of projection to his swing.

Nolan Craddock (2020 LHP, Reno, NV) is another primary pitcher who has a good chance to develop as a hitter, too.  He's an athletic 6-4/190 prospect who explodes his hands to the ball well and creates bat speed and some right centerfield lift.

Nate Mills (2020 OF, Carlsbad, CA) has a very athletic looking 6-1/175 build and plenty of present right handed bat speed to go lots of projection.  He drove the ball consistently up the left centerfield alley with some carry.

Jake Bold (2022 C, La Jolla, CA) is a young 2022 right handed hitter with a loose and extended swing that shows very good bat speed for his age.  He's 5-11/170 with lots of physical projection, too.

Dylan Holt (2019 C, Huntington Beach, CA) is a strong young catcher with a pretty simple and aggressive right handed swing.  He was very consistent getting the barrel into the zone with bat speed and continually drove the gaps hard.

Garret Ostrander (2020 SS, Rancho Bernardo, CA) has a young middle infielder's build and uses his hips and lower half very well to help generate bat speed.  He hits behind the ball well and drives it hard to the middle of the field.

Zack Torres (2021 OF, Vista, CA) has very strong and quick hands for a rising sophomore and a big hand load that most young hitters could pull off.  For Torres it gives him serious barrel whip and the ability to drive the ball hard.

Robert Jordan (2019 MIF, Murrieta, CA) is a very strong 6-2/205 infielder who can really put a charge into the ball and drive it deep.  He hits from a crouched and bent over approach that doesn't help his power, which could really blossom with a few adjustments.

Austin Dudas (2021 SS, Thousand Oaks, CA) is another slender bodied and projectable middle infielder with very good hitting mechanics and more bat speed than you would expect from a 5-10/140 athlete.  He was very consistent in his pull to mid field line drive contact.

Saturday and Sunday Top Exit Velos

6/10/2018

Name Exit Velo Grad School Hometown
Mahki Backstrom 101 2019 Junipero Serra Los Angeles, CA
Pete Werth 91 2020 Cypress Orange, CA
Rydge Ishii 90 2020 Kamehameha Schools Hawaii Camp Hilo, HI
Garrett James 90 2019 Fort Bragg Fort Bragg, CA
Manuel Munoz 90 2019 Royal Simi Valley, CA
Joseph Acosta 89 2021 Murrieta Valley Murrieta, CA
Jadon Bugni 89 2019   Ellensburg, WA
Ryan Flaherty 89 2019 Tesoro Trabuco Canyon, CA
Braden Horsley 89 2019 Bingham South Jordan, UT
Bryce Lovcik 89 2019 Maranatha Christian Academy Plymouth, MN
Cade Malone 89 2019 Eldorado Albuquerque, NM
Brenden Pomerleau 89 2020 Santiago Corona, CA
Micah Yonamine 89 2019 Iolani Honolulu, HI
George Christison 88 2019 Vacaville Vacaville, CA
Trent Jackson 88 2019 Kentridge Kent, WA
Justin Johnson 88 2019 Christian Brothers West Sacramento, CA
Mark Lagerstrom 88 2020 Antelope Antelope, CA
Brandon Lawrence 88 2019 Dunn Santa Ynez, CA
Jacob Robinette 88 2019 High Tech-Chula Vista Chula Vista, CA
Shane Sasaki 88 2019 Iolani Mililani, HI
Rocky Sizemore 88 2020 College Park Martinez, CA
Haein Choi 87 2020 Eastlake Chula Vista, CA
Robert Jordan 87 2019 Murrieta Valley Murrieta, CA
Sebastian Salazar 87 2022 Norco High Norco, CA
Robert (Rj) Gordon 86 2020 Notre Dame Santa Clarita, CA
Shaydon Kubo 86 2019 Iolani Waipahu, HI
Braeden Lock 86 2022 Valor Christian Highlands Ranch, CO
Darrien Miller 86 2019 Clovis Oakurst, CA
Raymond Rodriguez 86 2020 Everett Alvarez Salinas, CA
Seth Spencer 86 2019 Canyon Springs Moreno Valley, CA
Noah Winkler 86 2019 Agoura Westlake Village, CA
Ryan Agosto 85 2019 Serra San Diego, CA
Camdon Anderson 85 2019 Arlington Arlington, WA
Bryce Bailey 85 2019 Wilson Tacoma, WA
Jakob Ghammachi 85 2020 South Torrance Redondo Beach, CA
David Loera 85 2021 Citrus Hill Moreno Valley, CA
David Shackelford 85 2021 La Habra La Habra, CA
Troy Smith 85 2020 Mater Dei Newport Beach, CA

Grey vs Orange Game Highlights

6/10/2018

JD Jones (2021 C, Boulder, CO) Went 3-for-3 in the ball game with a couple of singles and a double. Line drive bat path with some hand quickness through the zone.

Chase Weissenborn (2020 SS, Albuquerque, NM) Singled twice in the ball game. High contact approach at the plate. Also pitched an inning and sat in the upper 70's with a tight curveball.

Cade Malone (2019 3B, Albuquerque, NM) Hit a long triple towards the end of the game. It was a well struck ball out towards right center field. Has a strong swing and the ball goes when squared.

Binks Deatherage (2022 OF, La Jolla, CA) Two hits in the ball game. Made a lot of good contact and showed the ability to put the ball in play consistently.

Brett Jones (2020 2B, Boulder, CO) Doubled in the last inning. Able to put the barrel on the ball consistently making hard contact. Swings the bat with intent.

David Loera (2021 RHP, Moreno Valley, CA) Started the game with three innings of work. Struck out four batters including three straight to end the third inning. Mixes pitches well and keeps hitters off balance.

Darrien Miller (2019 C, Oakurst, CA) Came in for two innings of work. Allowed just a single hit in the game. Generated a lot of soft contact with a fastball that topped at 83 miles per hour and a good curveball in the mid 60's.


9- Purple vs 10- Red

6/9/2018

Nathan Genis (2020 2B, San Diego, CA) smacked a double in the game, showing good barrel skills and pop. Has a slight leg lift trigger, with the ability to wait on the ball and drive it into the gaps. 

Jashia Morrissey (2019 SS, Los Angeles, CA) showed lots of upside in the game today, advanced fielding actions and range. Jashia had good bat speed in his at bats, hit the ball hard, and got down the line. He also showed off his speed tool, lots to like about this young man.

Gabriel Lujano (2019 C, Colton, CA) large frame and good build with some projectability, athletic actions. He hit the ball hard in his at bats which he smoked a single up the middle that drove in three runs. He flashed some pull-side pop in game as well.

13-Royal vs 14-White

6/9/2018

George Christison (2019 OF, Vacaville, CA) Displayed good bat speed through extension that produced easy power to the gaps. Went 2 for 3 in the game collecting a triple and double. 

Kaysen Kajiwara (2019 2B, Mililani, HI) Utilized a smooth, balanced swing path paired with a high contact approach. Collected 2 hits including a single and a triple. 

Zach Silva (2021 RHP, Arroyo Grande, CA) Aggressively attacked the strike zone facing the minimum of 12 batters over 4 innings of work. Silva allowed no hits while striking out 3 batters.

David Horn (2022 RHP, Murrieta, CA) Horn's fastball worked between 78-81 mph with good feel for the zone. Slider offering flashed tight spin with late break to glove side in the low 70's. Worked 4 scoreless innings while striking out 5 batters.

Saturday-Top Exit Velos

6/9/2018

Name Exit Velo Grad School Hometown
Mahki Backstrom 101 2019 Junipero Serra Los Angeles, CA
Pete Werth 91 2020 Cypress Orange, CA
Rydge Ishii 90 2020 Kamehameha Schools Hawaii Camp Hilo, HI
Garrett James 90 2019 Fort Bragg Fort Bragg, CA
Manuel Munoz 90 2019 Royal Simi Valley, CA
Joseph Acosta 89 2021 Murrieta Valley Murrieta, CA
Jadon Bugni 89 2019   Ellensburg, WA
Ryan Flaherty 89 2019 Tesoro Trabuco Canyon, CA
Bryce Lovcik 89 2019 Maranatha Christian Academy Plymouth, MN
Cade Malone 89 2019 Eldorado Albuquerque, NM
Brenden Pomerleau 89 2020 Santiago Corona, CA
George Christison 88 2019 Vacaville Vacaville, CA
Trent Jackson 88 2019 Kentridge Kent, WA
Justin Johnson 88 2019 Christian Brothers West Sacramento, CA
Brandon Lawrence 88 2019 Dunn Santa Ynez, CA
Jacob Robinette 88 2019 High Tech-Chula Vista Chula Vista, CA
Shane Sasaki 88 2019 Iolani Mililani, HI
Rocky Sizemore 88 2020 College Park Martinez, CA
Haein Choi 87 2020 Eastlake Chula Vista, CA
Sebastian Salazar 87 2022 Norco Norco, CA
Robert (Rj) Gordon 86 2020 Notre Dame Santa Clarita, CA
Shaydon Kubo 86 2019 Iolani Waipahu, HI
Braeden Lock 86 2022 Valor Christian Highlands Ranch, CO
Darrien Miller 86 2019 Clovis Oakurst, CA
Raymond Rodriguez 86 2020 Everett Alvarez Salinas, CA
Noah Winkler 86 2019 Agoura Westlake Village, CA
Ryan Agosto 85 2019 Serra San Diego, CA
David Loera 85 2021 Citrus Hill Moreno Valley, CA
David Shackelford 85 2021 La Habra La Habra, CA
Troy Smith 85 2020 Mater Dei Newport Beach, CA

Top 60 Yd Dash

6/9/2018

Name 60 Grad School Hometown
Ryan Flaherty 6.39 2019 Tesoro Trabuco Canyon, CA
Aiden Calvert 6.50 2020 Mater Dei Catholic Chula Vista, CA
Shane Sasaki 6.50 2019 Iolani Mililani, HI
Zack Torres 6.58 2021 Cathedral Catholic Vista, CA
Garrett Perezchica 6.68 2020 Palm Desert Palm Desert, CA
Justin Armond 6.70 2019 Los Alamitos La Palma, CA
Shane Anderson 6.81 2020 Hamilton Chandler, AZ
Jackson Forbes 6.82 2019 Vanden Vacaville, CA
Chase Weissenborn 6.88 2020 Albuquerque Academy Albuquerque, NM
Alex Merchant 6.89 2019 Liberty Brentwood, CA
Darrien Miller 6.91 2019 Clovis Oakurst, CA
Mahki Backstrom 6.93 2019 Junipero Serra Los Angeles, CA
Christian Douglass 6.93 2021 Santa Fe Christian Schools Carlsbad, CA
Daniel McElveny 6.95 2021 Bonita Vista Chula Vista, CA
Aaron Ujimori 6.95 2019 Iolani Honolulu, HI
Brandon Lawrence 6.98 2019 Dunn Santa Ynez, CA

White vs Royal Game Highlights

6/9/2018

Jordan Ku (2019 SS, Huntington Beach, CA) Attacks the ball early in the count and has a good bat path to contact. Collected a single and a double in the game. Also made an impact on the bases.

Troy Spencer (2019 1B, Carson, CA) Showed good gap-to-gap pop off the bat with a couple of doubles in the game. Good presence in the box and waits for a good pitch to drive.

Rocky Sizemore (2020 C, Martinez, CA) Strong hands to the ball and can get some drive when squared up on time. Solid double early in the ball game.

Noah Castillo (2021 RHP, Whittier, CA) Threw two strong innings allowing only two hits and no runs. Delivery is quiet and easily repeated. Sat in the upper 70's with the fastball and mixed in a curveball and changeup.

Ethan Oneal (2020 RHP, Las Vegas, NV) Ended the game with four innings allowing just two hits while striking out seven batters. Over powered hitters with good command of a heavy fastball. Threw a good sinking changeup as well.





Top 10 YD Splits

6/9/2018

Name 10 Grad School Hometown
Zack Torres 1.43 2021 Cathedral Catholic Vista, CA
Mason Musgrave 1.47 2020 Riverdale Riverdale, CA
Shane Anderson 1.51 2020 Hamilton Chandler, AZ
Ryan Flaherty 1.52 2019 Tesoro Trabuco Canyon, CA
Shane Sasaki 1.53 2019 Iolani Mililani, HI
Justin Armond 1.55 2019 Los Alamitos La Palma, CA
Garrett Perezchica 1.55 2020 Palm Desert Palm Desert, CA
Chase Weissenborn 1.57 2020 Albuquerque Academy Albuquerque, NM
Robbie Blachly 1.58 2019 Bear Creek Stockton, CA
Aiden Calvert 1.59 2020 Mater Dei Catholic Chula Vista, CA

Saturday Batting Practice Highlights

6/9/2018

Cayden Clark (2021 OF, Erda, UT) is a lean and projectable outfielder with solid hitting mechanics and some present bat speed and extension through contact.  He's going to keep improving as he adds strength and physical maturity.

Christian Douglass (2021 OF, Carlsbad, CA) is a left handed hitter with some quick twitch athleticism and an aggressive swing approach.  He can impact the ball hard when he gets his stride foot down in time and drove the right centerfield gap a number of times.

Jarrett Korson (2019 RHP, Lake Elsinore, CA) is a primary pitcher with good strength in his 6-1/185 frame and sound approach with good bat speed.  He squared the ball up well and especially drove it with carry to the opposite field.

Ricky Tibbett (2019 RHP, Chula Vista, CA) is another primary pitcher who has solid hitting tools and the ability to square up the ball consistently with some bat speed behind it.  It's a simple and repeatable approach with solid right centerfield contact.

Cade Malone (2019 3B, Albuquerque, NM) is a big and strong 6-2/195 right handed hitter who explodes his hands to contact very well with a short hand path and has present bat speed and the ability to impact the ball hard.

Trent Jackson (2019 C, Kent, WA) is a switch-hitter but is much better left handed, with present bat speed and power from an aggressive swing with a big but well timed shift into contact.

Rydge Ishii (2020 OF, Hilo, HI) takes a full and aggressive right handed swing from a low hand start and generates very good bat speed that promises plenty of future power.

Ryan Flaherty (2019 SS, Trabuco Canyon, CA) has a pull oriented right handed swing and has the bat speed and strength to impact the ball hard when he gets a pitch on the inside half he can turn on and drive.

Jashia Morrissey (2019 SS, Los Angeles, CA) is a switch-hitter who stands out because he grades out pretty equally from both sides of the plate.  He's more contact oriented from the right side, with more lift let handed, but has bat speed both ways.

Shane Sasaki (2019 OF, Mililani, HI) had perhaps the best raw bat speed we saw on Saturday and is going to be on prospect lists from the state of Hawaii.  He attacks the ball violently and drove it hard with intent.  The Southwestern College ballpark is very difficult to hit the ball out of and Sasaki fell just short on multiple occasions.

Rocco Peppi (2020 SS, Huntington Beach, CA) has a compact strong athletic build and a short swing with solid mid field to pull side line drive contact.  He's got strong hands and was well timed from the start to drive the ball to all fields.

Michael Prieto (2019 OF, Victorville, CA) is a left handed hitter with a distinct lift and pull approach.  He gets the ball to jump hard and repeated his mechanics and timing well.

Jordan Waller (2020 C, Chula Vista, CA) has a strong and compact young catcher's build and a short and strong swing that he repeats very well, creating consistent hard line drive contact.

Cade Cabral (2020 SS, San Diego, CA) looks like a very polished right handed hitter with the ability to use the whole field  with strong and mature barrel control.  He will continue to improve as his 5-10/150 frame adds strength.

Liam Brogan (2020 OF, San Diego, CA) is another right handed hitter with a young 6-1/175 frame who has surprising bat speed for his size and age.  He hits from behind the ball well with the ability to drive both the gaps.

Troy Smith (2020 C, Newport Beach, CA) has a simple hitting approach with a short swing and some present strength in his 6-2/185 frame.  His best contact was hard line drives to right centerfield when he stayed on top of the ball well.

Mahki Backstrom (2019 1B, Los Angeles, CA) is some kind of strong at 6-5/220 and has a loose and whippy left handed swing that can really impact the ball hard.  He's one of the most high ceiling talents at the event.

Aaron Ujimori (2019 2B, Honolulu, HI) is a switch-hitter with some present strength in his 5-8/155 build and quick twitch hands at the plate, especially from the left side.

David Shackelford (2021 OF, La Habra, CA) is a young 5-9/145 outfielder and right handed hitter with an aggressive approach and the ability to impact the ball hard for his size and age.  His swing is especially loose with good extension through contact.

George Christison (2019 OF, Vacaville, CA) has plenty of present strength and has a full body left handed swing that is looking to impact the ball and pull it hard.  He took his BP swing into the games and picked up a few extra base hits as well.

Brandon Lawrence (2019 SS, Santa Ynez, CA) is a Michigan commit who is a switch-hitter with a definite power approach from both sides of the plate.  He flashed serious pop from the left side of the plate, with a calmer more easily repeatable swing from the right side.

 

 

5-Green vs 6-Grey Game Highlights

6/9/2018

Binks Deatherage (2022 OF, La Jolla, CA) Utilized a high contact approach with a simple, clean line drive barrel plane. Collected 2 hits in the game to center and right field. 

Christian Douglass (2021 OF, Carlsbad, CA) The 2021 grads showed  a balanced approach with good pop in his  barrel. Tripled down the right field line in his first at bat and followed it up with another single to right field in his last at-bat. 

Aidan Gelbrich (2020 OF, Sammamish, WA) Utilizes lower half well in swing that generates good jump off the barrel. Doubled to the right field fence in game play. 

JD Jones (2021 C, Boulder, CO) The Colorado native showed a knack for finding the barrel with the ability to get on plane early. Collected 2 hits including a double to left field and single to right field. 

Chase Weissenborn (2020 SS, Albuquerque, NM) Displayed quick hands and present bat speed at the plate with ability to drive the gaps consistently. Doubled twice in game actions to each outfield alley. 

Ryan Agosto (2019 LHP, San Diego, CA) The San Diego native consistently worked to each side of the plate while generating solid downward angle through the zone, topped at 83 miles per hour. Displayed very good feel for his breaking ball with the ability to deliver for strikes in both positive and negative counts. 

Cayden Clark (2021 OF, Erda, UT) Displayed the barrel quickness to turn the bat head aggressive and generate jump, doubled to left-centerfield in first at-bat while later scoring a run. 

Isaiah Cortez (2020 LHP, Norco, CA) Also doubled in his first at-bat of the game showing a knack for finding the barrel with solid balanced throughout his swing. 

John Huelskamp (2019 C, Moreno Valley, CA) Huelskamp shows good strength at contact with the ability to work his hands inside to the baseball to pitches located middle-in. Doubled to left field in his first at-bat of the game. 

Jadon Bugni (2019 C, Ellensburg, WA) Collected 2 hits showing a balanced, clean barrel plane that allows for contact to all fields. 

Jared Casebier (2020 RHP, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA) Utilized lower half well in delivery while released from an over top arm slot. Consistently located fastball to each edges of the plate between 80-85 mph and changed speeds with a quality breaking ball. 

Jarrett Korson (2019 RHP, Lake Elsinore, CA) Korson consistently looked to attack hitters early with his fastball sitting 82-85 mph, topped at 88mph. Threw an immaculate first innings, striking out 3 batters with only 9 pitches. 

1-Black vs 2-Cardinal Game Highlights

6/9/2018

Joseph Acosta (2021 RHP, Murrieta, CA) Acosta works quickly looking to attack the strike zone from a high three-quarters arm slot. The 2021 grad worked 80-83mph and changed speeds with an 11/5 curveball and fading changeup. Acosta shows the ability to throw breaking ball in both positive and negative counts to keep hitters off balance. 

Shane Telfer (2019 LHP, Encinitas, CA) Telfer generated good arm speed from a high three-quarters slot while producing steep downhill tilt with his fastball. The 2019 grad sat between 82-84 mph while changing speed with a quality breaking ball and sinking changeup.

Jakob Ghammachi (2020 3B, Redondo Beach, CA) The 2020 grad showed the ability to keep his barrel in the zone to allow for a high contact rate. Also displayed quality bat speed with barrel control while doubling to right centerfield. 

Evan Manzo (2020 OF, Huntington Beach, CA) Manzo displayed excellent feel for the barrel with the ability to drive the ball to all fields. The 2020 outfielder collected 3 hits including a double to right field. 

Ariel Armas (2021 SS, Chula Vista, CA) Armas doubled to right center field in game action showing present bat speed with a clean, leveraged swing plane. 

Orange vs Navy Game Highlights

6/9/2018

Wayne Abbott (2019 2B, Rancho Cordova, CA) Had a couple of singles in the game. Puts the ball in play consistently. Was also aggressive on the bases.

Rydge Ishii (2020 OF, Hilo, HI) Had two hits in the game including a hard hit double in the first inning that drove in a run. Aggressive at the plate with a smooth path to contact.

Logan Johnstone (2021 OF, Los Gatos, CA) Collected a couple of hits in the game. Including an RBI single in the final inning. Showed the ability to battle and take pitches until given something to hit.

Robert (Rj) Gordon (2020 OF, Santa Clarita, CA) Doubled in the first inning. Showed quick hands to the ball with some developing pop in the bat.

Derek Lukes (2022 C, Parker, CO) Doubled and scored in the final inning of the game. Showed a strong swing that generated good jump off the bat when squared.

Ricky Tibbett (2019 RHP, Chula Vista, CA) Started the game with four innings on the mound. Long and loose arm path. Fastball comes out clean getting up to 87 miles per hour. Showed two solid off-speed pitches in the changeup and the curveball.

Garrett James (2019 LHP, Fort Bragg, CA) Solid lefthanded pitcher on the mound. Got the fastball up to 85 miles per hour. Deceptive delivery with a good changeup with sink to it.









Top Pop Times

6/9/2018

Name Pop Grad School Hometown
Dylan Holt 1.88 2019 Marina Huntington Beach, CA
Bryce Lovcik 1.88 2019 Maranatha Christian Academy Plymouth, MN
Trent Jackson 1.89 2019 Kentridge Kent, WA
Camdon Anderson 1.91 2019 Arlington Arlington, WA
Gabriel Lujano 1.92 2019 Rialto Colton, CA
Jacob Morrow 1.94 2020 Warrenton Warrenton, OR
Marcus Weinzimer 1.94 2020 Trabuco Hills Mission Viejo, CA
Micah Yonamine 1.94 2019 Iolani Honolulu, HI
Jadon Bugni 1.95 2019   Ellensburg, WA
John Huelskamp 1.98 2019 Rancho Verde Moreno Valley, CA

Top C Velos

6/9/2018

Name C Grad School Hometown
Bryce Lovcik 80 2019 Maranatha Christian Academy Plymouth, MN
Jadon Bugni 79 2019   Ellensburg, WA
Darrien Miller 79 2019 Clovis Oakurst, CA
Jacob Morrow 78 2020 Warrenton Warrenton, OR
Trent Jackson 77 2019 Kentridge Kent, WA
Robert Jordan 77 2019 Murrieta Valley Murrieta, CA
Hunter Kirkpatrick 77 2020 Helena Helena, MT
Connor Brady 76 2019 Chino Hills Chino, CA
Brendan Durfee 76 2020 St. Francis Monrovia, CA
Reagan Guthrie 76 2020 Cathedral Catholic Rancho Santa Fe, CA
Tanner Shinkle 76 2020 Point Loma San Diego, CA
JD Jones 75 2021 Fairview Boulder, CO
Manuel Munoz 75 2019 Royal Simi Valley, CA
Troy Smith 75 2020 Mater Dei Newport Beach, CA

Top 1B Velos

6/9/2018

Name 1B Grad School Hometown
Garrett James 87 2019 Fort Bragg Fort Bragg, CA
Mark Cervantes 84 2020 Calvery Christian Chula Vista, CA
Ryan Fernandez 83 2020 Beverly Hills Beverly Hills, CA
Colby Routh 80 2020 Edmond Memorial Edmond, OK
Zach Silva 80 2021 Arroyo Grande Arroyo Grande, CA

Top IF Velos

6/9/2018

Name IF Grad School Hometown
Ryan Flaherty 89 2019 Tesoro Trabuco Canyon, CA
Seth Spencer 89 2019 Canyon Springs Moreno Valley, CA
Jashia Morrissey 85 2019 Venice Los Angeles, CA
Jordan Ku 84 2019 Ocean View Huntington Beach, CA
Wyatt Nelson 84 2020 Loyola Los Angeles, CA
Garret Ostrander 84 2020 Del Norte Rancho Bernardo, CA
Ricky Tibbett 84 2019 Eastlake Chula Vista, CA
Shane Anderson 83 2020 Hamilton Chandler, AZ
Aaron Ujimori 83 2019 Iolani Honolulu, HI
Chase Weissenborn 83 2020 Albuquerque Academy Albuquerque, NM
Mark Daley 82 2020 La Salle Bradbury, CA
Robert Jordan 82 2019 Murrieta Valley Murrieta, CA
Shaydon Kubo 82 2019 Iolani Waipahu, HI
Brandon Lawrence 82 2019 Dunn Santa Ynez, CA
Rocco Peppi 82 2020 Marina Huntington Beach, CA
Joseph Acosta 81 2021 Murrieta Valley Murrieta, CA
Tyler Gough 81 2022 Heritage Perris, CA
Rydge Ishii 81 2020 Kamehameha Schools Hawaii Camp Hilo, HI
Kyler Lester 81 2021 Pleasant Grove Cedar Hills, UT
Daniel McElveny 81 2021 Bonita Vista Chula Vista, CA
Troy Smith 81 2020 Mater Dei Newport Beach, CA
Aj Valle 81 2021 Mater Dei Huntington Beach, CA
Nathan Genis 80 2020 Point Loma San Diego, CA
Jordan Pace 80 2021 Pleasant Grove Pleasant Grove, UT
Kaehukai Young 80 2021 Lemoore Lemoore, CA

Top OF Velos

6/9/2018

Name OF Grad School Hometown
Shane Sasaki 94 2019 Iolani Mililani, HI
Seth Spencer 92 2019 Canyon Springs Moreno Valley, CA
Rocco Peppi 89 2020 Marina Huntington Beach, CA
Jackson Hamilton 87 2019 Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, CA
Alex Markowicz Avila 87 2020 Christian Unified Alpine, CA
Zack Torres 87 2021 Cathedral Catholic Vista, CA
Ryan Agosto 86 2019 Serra San Diego, CA
Mark Daley 86 2020 La Salle Bradbury, CA
Rydge Ishii 86 2020 Kamehameha Schools Hawaii Camp Hilo, HI
Jarrett Korson 86 2019 Santiago Lake Elsinore, CA
Ethan Oneal 86 2020 Liberty Las Vegas, NV
Michael Prieto 86 2019 Victor Valley Victorville, CA
Jacob Morrow 85 2020 Warrenton Warrenton, OR
Wyatt Nelson 85 2020 Loyola Los Angeles, CA
Art Nunez 85 2019 Eastlake Chula Vista, CA
Brenden Pomerleau 85 2020 Santiago Corona, CA

3-Columbia Blue vs 4-Gold Game Highlights

6/9/2018

Austin Dudas (2021 SS, Thousand Oaks, CA) Collected a couple of hits in the game. Athletic actions at the plate with a good eye in the box. Makes solid contact consistently.

Josh McGonigle (2021 2B, Ladera Ranch, CA) Had an extra base hit to the opposite field on a line drive into the right field corner. Showed the ability to hit the ball to all fields. Battled in the box well.

Thomas Caneday (2020 RHP, Lemon Grove, CA) Pitched four good innings to start the game. Only allowed one hit and no runs while striking out 5 batters and walking none. Sat in the low 80's and topped out at 848 miles per hour. Showed good balance on the mound with a solid presence.

David Rudd-Grow (2020 RHP, Barstow, CA) Threw three innings of relief without allowing a hit. Struck out 5 out of 9 batters faced. Long and loose arm circle. Threw three different pitches for strikes.

Evan Zimmerman (2019 RHP, San Diego, CA) Finished the game with three innings of no hit ball. Located pitches well and generated a lot of weak contact for outs.

Nolan Craddock (2020 LHP, Reno, NV) Allowed just one hit in three innings and struck out three. Really good secondary pitch in the 12-to-6 curveball that showed tight spin and late life.

Clayton Ray (2019 LHP, Santa Cruz, CA) Struck out seven batters over four innings. Good lefty on the mound. Sat in the low to mid 80's while topping out at 85 miles per hour. Got good run to the fastball.

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