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2018 Top Prospects

Xavier Edwards  SS - 2018 - Wellington, FL

Edwards is just a fun player to watch on the field, from his acrobatic and sometimes spectacular defensive abilities in the middle infield to his polished approach and execution from both sides of the plate on offense.

Roberto Pena  3B - 2018 - Pembroke Pines, FL
Florida/College of Central Florida

Pena is a present strong 6-2/200 Florida commit with lots of present tools and lots of physical projection as well. The ball explodes off his bat already at the plate and he has high level defensive tools at third base, including an arm that also touches 90 mph off the mound.

Bryce Reagan  SS - 2018 - Amherst, NH

Reagan, a Texas commit, opened up the showcase with a very strong infield workout that translated to games. He moved well to the ball with soft, sure hands and made accurate throws on the move. The switch hitter showed a powerful swing from both sides with strength through the ball.

Joel Brewer  OF - 2018 - Tampa, FL
South Carolina

The 6-2/190 Brewer has centerfield tools on defense but he also has high ceiling potential at the plate. The Florida International commit has a calm and controlled approach at the plate with big explosion at contact and big pull power.

Lency Delgado  SS - 2018 - Miami, FL
Florida International

With a very physical yet athletic broad shouldered 6-foot-3, 210-pound frame, Delgado, an Alabama State commit, looks like a next level player and certainly has the skill to match. Both his defensive actions and righthanded swing offer plenty of balance and power while showing quality arm strength across the diamond.

Silas Butler  OF - 2018 - Stockbridge, GA
Walters State CC

Butler is an excellent athlete who's full of quick-twitch muscle and posted a 6.79 60-yard dash.His arm strength is a standout tool as he threw 89 mph from the outfield but also bumped 91 mph on the mound with steady life to the bottom of the zone and an overall clean, repeatable delivery.

Danny Serretti  SS - 2018 - Berkeley Heights, NJ
North Carolina

This St. John's commit is due for a big jump up in the Perfect Game class rankings. Not only is he an athletic middle infielder, he's a switch-hitter with very legit bat speed from both sides of the plate.

Jalen Jones  SS - 2018 - McDonough, GA
Western Carolina

Jones excelled in all areas of the game at the event. He showed very nice actions defensively at shortstop, ran a 6.9, hit the ball very hard from gap to gap while showing notable bat speed and was even up to 86 mph from the mound. Watch out if he keeps getting stronger and improving across the board.

Angel Tiburcio  RHP - 2018 - Wellington, FL
Florida International

Tiburcio graded out in batting practice as having the best raw power of any player at the showcase and has the type of swing that doesn't even sell out for power. He's also very athletic for a first baseman and even throws 90 mph off the mound.

Paul Komistek  OF - 2018 - Knoxville, TN

Komistek is listed at a very projectable 6-foot-3, 187-pounds but his skills on the diamond already stand out. A sub-7 runner with solid arm strength across the diamond and from the outfield, the young Tennessee commit finds the barrel with regularity with quick hands and shows interesting power potential.

John Rodriguez  SS - 2018 - Parkland, FL
Florida State/San Jacinto CC

A recent Florida International commit, Rodriguez excelled in all facets of the game and was particularly impressive up the middle with advanced glove work and instincts. His 90 mph throw across tied for the top velocity and the bat is a highly projectable tool as well.

Michael Bacica  RHP - 2018 - Winchester, MA

Bacica has a profile 6-4/190 build that is very projectable. His arm works smoothly with lots of extension front and back and a high 3/4's arm slot and he topped out at 89 mph on his fastball with good downhill plane while pounding the strike zone.

Jason Thomas  OF - 2018 - Miramar, FL
Florida International

Thomas is an exceptional athlete who showed well all over the diamond throughout the showcase. An advanced runner, Thomas posted a 6.59 60-yard dash but also showed a quick arm from the outfield and solid hand speed at the plate while generating nice carry and backspin to the pull side.

Drew Williamson  IF - 2018 - Brewton, AL

Williamson, an Alabama commit, is an incredibly high level athlete who posted a 6.84 time in the 60 yard dash and also threw 87 mph from the outfield. The athleticism isn't limited to him in the field as he has a smooth swing from the left side of the plate and should continue to grow into additional power.

Saul Gonzalez  RHP - 2018 - Cidra, PR
Alabama State

You won't miss Gonzalez as he stands 6-foot-6, 215-pounds, nor will you be able to ignore what he shows on the mound. Working comfortably in the upper-80s, Gonzalez projects for even more velocity with a loose arm action and low effort delivery.

Tony Becker  RHP - 2018 - Saint Johns, FL
Felician College

Becker has a long and loose, highly projectable 6-4/195 frame and a loose, extended 3/4 arm action that helped run his fastball up to 87 mph. The difference maker for this uncommitted righthander however was his swing-and-miss upper-70s slider with late life and hard bite.

William Bowdoin  RHP - 2018 - St. Simons Island, GA

Bowdoin has very impressive arm strength from wherever he happens to be playing. The primary right handed pitcher was up to 88 mph on the bump with good life and also showed feel for a big 11/5 shaped curveball. He was up to 90 mph as a secondary infielder and showed a short, compact swing at the plate.

Brooks Bryan  C - 2018 - St. Marys, GA
Charleston Southern

Bryan, who's currently uncommitted, is a good athlete as evidenced by his 6.91 60-yard as a primary catcher but the tools behind the plate are what truly stand out with big arm strength (80 mph) while popping a 1.90. He also showed nice power potential from the right side and shows present gap strength.

Jackson Dempsey  LHP - 2018 - Greenwood, SC
South Carolina Aiken

Dempsey showed well in all phases of the workout with an impressive 6.85 60 time and good range and arm strength from the outfield up to 86 mph. On the mound his arm worked well through the back and generated good run on his fastball. He showed feel for a curve and changeup as well.

Taj Bradley  OF - 2018 - Stone Mountain, GA
South Carolina

Bradley shows interesting potential as a two-way prospect as he has arm strength on the mound and a sound swing from the right side. Listed at 6-foot-2, 175-pounds, Bradley was up to 88 mph with his fastball, showed late tilt to the slider, and shows nice power potential at the plate.

Vladimir Ceverino  RHP - 2018 - Brooklyn, NY
St. John's

Ceverino certainly passed the eye test at a projectable 6-foot-3, 180-pounds and his arm strength is just as impressive. Up to 90 mph from the outfield, the primary righthanded pitcher topped out at 85 mph with a short and quick arm action while showing a quality changeup with late fading life.

Aaron Shiflet  RHP - 2018 - Mountain Brook, AL
Eckerd College

Shiflet, an uncommitted righthander from the state of Alabama, impressed during his time on the mound with his present stuff and long term projectability. He has a clean, efficient delivery and generates plane on his fastball up to 89 mph to go along with his sharp 11-5 curveball.

Michael Marin  2B - 2018 - Miami Lakes, FL
Hillsborough CC

Marin is a very polished player both offensively and defensively. He squared up almost everything at the plate with strength in his swing and has quick hands and very sound footwork at second base. He'll out perform his base tools at the next level because of his skills.

Nicholas Daniels  RHP - 2018 - Dunedin, FL
St. Johns River CC

The Florida International commit is an extremely projectable arm with a long, full arm action through the back and very quick arm to the plate. Listed at 6-4/185 he will continue to add physically and to a fastball that worked in the mid 80's and touched 87 mph. He flashed a pair of breaking balls to go with a changeup.

Nolan Daniel  RHP - 2018 - Dublin, GA
Purdue/Tallahassee CC

Daniel is a good athlete for being listed at a strong and believable 6-4/235 as evidenced by his 6.93 60-yard time. He's a primary pitcher who ran his fastball up to 87 mph with command and a swing-and-miss slider but also showed intriguing bat speed and power from the right side.

Brendan Tinsman  C - 2018 - Cape Elizabeth, ME
Wake Forest

A physically built catcher from the great state of Maine, Tinsman is already committed to Wake Forest and shows big ability on either side of the ball. His arm strength plays big now with plenty of true carry, though his bat speed and overall strength from the right side are even more impressive with hard carry.

Bertram "BJ" Murray  3B - 2018 - Lake Worth, FL
Florida Atlantic

Murray has a well built broad shouldered athletic build and plenty of tools, including 6.89 speed and a big arm at third base. He's a switch-hitter at the plate with a short and strong swing that should grow plenty of gap power as he matures.

Krishna Raj  RHP - 2018 - Wellington, FL

Raj has good strength throughout his frame and uses it well on the mound. He threw from a 3/4 arm slot with a quick circle through the back and good sink to his fastball that topped out at 88 mph. He showed good feel for his curveball as well that has the makings of a strong secondary offering.

Michael Buice  RHP - 2018 - Marietta, GA
Young Harris College

Buice is a long, lean right hander with a long, loose arm action through the back. Delivery is very clean with an easy release and a fastball that worked up to 87 mph. Had good feel for his curveball and was able to get it over for strikes and flashed a changeup.

Xavier Bussey  OF - 2018 - Garner, NC
Pensacola State

Bussy is extra strong for a sophomore and can really put a charge into the ball at the plate with a big and powerful right handed swing. He's also a 6.78 runner.

Brandon Pettinati  RHP - 2018 - Houston, TX
St. Edward’s

Pettinati made the trip from Texas to Fort Myers and impressed with a loose right arm while on the mound. Uncommitted, Pettinati ran his fastball up to 87 mph while showing nice life down in the zone and showed a hard, late breaking curveball in the upper-70s which served as an out pitch.

William English  OF - 2018 - Taylor, MI

English is a two-way prospect with a projectable, broad shouldered 6-2/180 frame that has plenty of room to get stronger. He's a 7.0 runner with very good outfield actions and arm strength and has a long and strong right handed swing. English was also up to 86 mph from the mound.

Josh Holt  OF - 2018 - McDonough, GA

Holt is a top of the scales athlete as evidenced by his 6.45 60-yard dash and is full of fast-twitch muscle. A lefthanded hitter, Holt appears to be a top of the order threat with a patient approach as he sees the ball well and stays short with his crisp swing path and quick hand set.

Julian Jackson  RHP - 2018 - Powder Springs, GA
Eastern Kentucky

Jackson, a 6-foot-6 uncommitted righthander, impressed on the mound with his overall balance and athleticism on top of what he showed. He pounded the ball downhill with life through the zone, topping out at 85 mph while showing command to either side of the plate.

Julio Cortez  C - 2018 - Weston, FL
South Florida

Cortez is a big and strong athlete behind the plate, with a 6-0/210 mature build and good quickness and arm strength behind the plate. He has very good hitting ability for a catcher, with the ability to go from gap to gap with power and a consistent and polished approach.

Hunter Bertrand  1B - 2018 - Abbeville, LA

Bertrand is listed at a strong and athletic 6-foot-4, 200-pounds and knows how to incorporate that strength into his righthanded swing. Short to the ball with his hand hand path, Bertrand shows the ability to drive the ball to the fence with regularity and also threw an impressive 84 mph across the diamond from first base.

Miguel Lavin  OF - 2018 - Lake Worth, FL
Palm Beach State

Lavin has classic third base tools, with a very strong throwing arm with carry and lots of bat speed and power in his right handed bat. His swing has lots of lift in it and his bat speed will increase as he gets stronger.

Jake Simon  C - 2018 - Wellington, FL

Simon stood out defensively with his soft hands and ability to receive high level stuff smoothly, while also blocking well and showing very good quickness on his release. He's a right handed hitter with a short contact swing and a high average approach.

Lewis Menendez  OF - 2018 - Hialeah Gardens, FL

Menendez had a nice balance of running speed at 6.9 and outfield actions and quickness in his right handed bat. Like most young players, getting stronger will be the key to his future, as the athleticism is already there.

Drake Dobyanski  OF - 2018 - Naples, FL
Florida Gulf Coast

Dobyanski has the classic leadoff hitter/centerfield tools, with 6.9 speed and a strong throwing arm from the outfield to go with switch-hitting ability at the plate and an overall aggressive approach to the game.

Ryan Coscarella  SS - 2018 - Palm Bay, FL
Florida A&M

Coscarella is a very strong athlete with advanced ability to field the ball in the infield while on the move. Showed ability to drive the ball during batting practice with a short, compact swing and line drive swing with quicker hands.

Christian Lopez  OF - 2018 - Hialeah, FL

Though listed as a primary outfielder, Lopez showed off solid potential on the mound as a lefthanded arm thanks to his loose arm action and fastball that bumped 85 mph. He also showed both a changeup and curveball for strikes, both pitches that project.

2019 Top Prospects

Hunter Barco  LHP - 2019 - Jacksonville, FL

Barco is the highest ranked left handed pitcher in the 2019 class but didn't pitch at this event, although he did show his raw arm strength in drills in the outfield and at first base. His bat is also a high level tool, especially his easy left handed power, and Barco will be a top two-way player if he eventually gets to college at Virginia.

Myles Austin  SS - 2019 - Smyrna, GA

The 6-3/170 Austin looks like he should still be growing into his coordination but the exact opposite is true; he's a smooth and graceful athlete with lots of growing tools. If he keeps getting stronger, he has a chance to be a special player.

Josiah Miller  SS - 2019 - Tallahassee, FL
Florida State

Miller excelled in all facets of the showcase, showing noticeable improvements across the board. A well build infielder, the uncommitted Miller ran a 6.75, showed above average arm strength (88 mph), and showed big bat speed and strength from the left side of the plate with an easy swing path.

Mason McCormack  RHP - 2019 - Tuscumbia, AL

McCormack has a strongly built 6-0/195 and shows a clean delivery, running his fastball up to 88 mph with slight running life as well as command. He repeats well and mixed in both a curveball and changeup for strikes, the latter of which showed nice fading life down. He's also a two-way prospect with huge right handed power

Caleb Reis  C - 2019 - Marietta, GA
Georgia Tech

Reis turned in another strong performance at the Main Event Showcase, again showing solid two-way ability. A primary catcher, Reis popped an impressive 1.87 from behind the plate, topped out at 85 mph on the mound from a deceptive slot, and shows projectable power with a leveraged path from the right side.

Jake Gooch  C - 2019 - Cartersville, GA
Chattahoochee Valley CC

Gooch's best tool is his arm strength that plays from a variety of positions on the field. He's a primary catcher with strong catch and throw skills from behind the plate. It translated well to both the outfield and infield where he was up to 89 mph. He showed power in game as well with a long pull home run.

Nathan Hickey  C - 2019 - Jacksonville, FL

A very recent commit to the University of Florida, Hickey is a strong athlete which helps him excel all over the diamond. He's a primary catcher and popped a 1.96 while showing solid arm strength from behind the dish, across the infield, and on the bump while showing well with his lefthanded swing as well.

Mykanthony Valdez  3B - 2019 - Davie, FL

Despite being a 2019 grad, Valdez is already committed to the University of Miami and offers one of the more physical builds in attendance. The righthanded swing is his biggest tool as he stays short to the ball and consistently drove the ball to all parts of the yard.

Brennan Milone  SS - 2019 - Woodstock, GA
South Carolina

Milone is a polished right handed hitter with a 6-1/170 frame that is going to keep getting stronger and give him even more bat speed in the future. His best defensive tool in the middle infield is his arm strength.

Jonathan French  C - 2019 - Lilburn, GA

French is another catcher that showed the ability to play a variety of positions. A primary catcher that showed very well on the mound. He pitched with a long, full arm action through the back with good fluidity and ran his fastball up to 87 mph. Showed feel for a curveball as well that acted as a swing and miss pitch.

Tucker Mitchell  C - 2019 - Bradenton Beach, FL
Florida Atlantic

Mitchell has a strong and mature build at 6-1/190 for a sophomore and lots of arm strength behind the plate to develop around. By far his best tool, though, was his offensive potential. He has a simple right handed swing approach and very good bat speed.

Jack McRae  RHP - 2019 - Maitland, FL
Johns Hopkins University

McRae showed projectable tools across the board, including 6.96 running speed and a strong arm from both the outfield and the mound, where he topped out at 84 mph. His best tool, though, was his present right handed bat speed and his nice calm, fluid right handed swing.

Cooper Weiss  3B - 2019 - Fort Myers, FL
Coastal Carolina

Weiss has a middle infielder's build and tools and should be able to stay there defensively for some time. With his present bat speed and ability to drive the ball, his offensive tools will play anywhere, though.

Kyle Yeoward  RHP - 2019 - Coral Springs, FL

Yeoward showed tremendous feel for pitching on the mound for a 2019 grad. His arm worked quickly with a compact action and a fastball that sat in the mid 80's and topped out at 87 mph. He threw both a curveball and changeup for strikes with ability to miss bats with both.

Isaac Bouton  SS - 2019 - Marietta, GA
Columbus State

Bouton has a very repeatable and polished right handed swing and looks like he's going to be a high average hitter who will be able to adjust to high level pitching. He played both infield and outfield at the event and showed very good arm strength and a long loose arm from both.

Geo Rivera  RHP - 2019 - Williamsburg, VA
Old Dominion

Rivera came out and ran his fastball up to 88 mph while living in the 85-87 mph range with a rather easy and effortless arm action. The pitch featured heavy life with late cut action, though his 78 mph slider was just as impressive with late bite.

Terry (Trey) Ham  C - 2019 - Perry, GA

Ham, who's currently uncommitted, is listed at a strong 6-foot-2, 210-pounds and as a primary catcher posted a 1.90 pop time from behind the dish. He was also low-80s on the mound and showed well from the right side with plenty of pull strength power and overall quickness to the swing.

Mason Barnett  RHP - 2019 - White, GA

Barnett has a physical build already as a sophomore with broad shoulders and should continue to improve. He used a long, full arm action and a fastball that had good angle to the plate in the mid 80's and up to 87 mph. Showed feel for his curveball and changeup and threw both for strikes.

Matthew Corpas  2B - 2019 - Miami, FL
Florida Southwestern State College

Corpas might be the smallest player on this top prospect list at 5-10/140 but he has tools and skills across the board. He's very polished and smooth on defense with surprising arm strength and squares up the ball very consistently with a sound approach and present bat speed.

Jack Scanlon  C - 2019 - Sloatsburg, NY

Scanlon's best tool, whether he ends behind the plate or at first base on defense, is going to be his left handed bat. The 6-3/215 New Yorker has some serious juice in his swing and can drive the ball with power.

Mateo Martinez  C - 2019 - Wichita, KS

Martinez is a very good all around athlete for a catcher and is already a strong 6-1/190 sophomore. He has a chance to develop into an outstanding defensive catcher with more experience and has the strength to hit as well.

El Rico Riley  SS - 2019 - Atlanta, GA
St. Petersburg College

Riley is a very interesting athlete, with 6.73 speed and a long angular body that is very projectable. He is a primary shortstop and looked strong there, especially in games, but also caught some and showed intriguing tools behind the plate as well.

Spencer Keefe  SS - 2019 - Canton, GA

Keefe was at this event last year and has really improved in all areas. He's now 6-3/187 and runs a 6.82 in the sixty. He's a right handed hitter with a balanced and simple approach at the plate and good strength in his swing for a projectable sophomore.

Alexander Aguila  SS - 2019 - Hialeah, FL

Aguila has a nice balanced set of athletic tools and baseball skills and a young build and look the promises continued improvement. He is also a switch hitter who has quick hands from both sides of the plate and pretty equal ability as well.

Matthew Corlew  OF - 2019 - Lake Worth, FL
Chipola College

The 6-0/165 Corlew isn't close to getting strong yet but has such a simple and efficient approach at the plate that it's only a matter of additional strength before he becomes a high level hitter. He's also a good athlete with middle infield tools.

Ryan Getz  RHP - 2019 - Marietta, GA

Getz has a projectable 6-3/185 pound frame that should continue to fill out with age. He threw from an extended 3/4 slot with a long arm action through the back. He generated good run on his fastball up to 84 mph and showed feel for his 10/4 shaped slider.

Eric Adler  RHP - 2019 - Melbourne, FL
Wake Forest

Lean, projectable right handed pitcher with a simple delivery and short, compact arm action. Showed ability to repeat with a mid 80's fastball that bumped up to 87 mph. Also showed good feel for both his curveball and straight changeup.

Morgan Colopy  OF - 2019 - Centerville, OH

Colopy is a very projectable athlete with impressive raw arm strength that showed best from the outfield up to 88 mph with good extension through the ball. Also showed a smooth, line drive swing plane at the plate with raw bat speed.

2020 Top Prospects

Carson Montgomery  RHP - 2020 - Windermere, FL
Florida State

Montgomery has one of the most impressive tool sets we've seen yet in a 2020 player, with 6.8 speed in the sixty, a huge outfield throwing arm and plenty of right handed bat speed. The 6-1/180 athlete is very projectable physically and is just going to keep getting better.

Adrian Figueroa  1B - 2020 - Miami, FL
Florida International

Figueroa immediately catches your attention with a long and loose 6-5/185 frame and that fact that he's only a freshman is all the more amazing. His swing and clean and very easy and can impact the baseball hard on a regular basis; also projects on the mound with a clean arm action and feel for the zone.

Vince Smith  SS - 2020 - Clearwater, FL
Florida State

Smith is mature beyond his years both offensively and defensively as a freshman, with polished actions and an innate feel for the game. He was especially impressive on defense and should be able to stay in the middle infield for a long time.

Roberto Moya  OF - 2020 - Miami, FL
Nova Southeastern

Moya might only be a 2020 grad but he already shows nice tools on both sides of the ball. His arm strength behind the plate is a tool that plays right now, as is his righthanded swing that packs plenty of punch with quality bat speed and strength.

Jorge Figueroa  SS - 2020 - Southlake, TX
New Mexico

Showed very impressive bat speed for his age and already has present strength in his 5-11/170 pound frame. He posted an impressive 6.89 60 and showed high levels of athleticism in the infield. His footwork around the bag as well as his transfer skills are advanced for a 2020 grad.

Tervell Johnson  OF - 2020 - Atlanta, GA
Georgia Tech

Johnson's best present tool is his bat, which really stood out for a freshman for his sound approach, present bat speed and consistent line drive contact.

Zachary Murray  RHP - 2020 - Buford, GA
Louisiana State

Murray has a long and lean 6-0/155 frame for a freshman and a clean arm action from a high 3/4's arm slot. He threw lots of strikes with good sink with a fastball up to 84 mph and also showed feel for his curveball and especially his change up.

Jordan Stevens  OF - 2020 - Cleveland Hts, OH
Kent State

Stevens has a solid 5-11/176 build for a freshman and some present strength. He's a right handed hitter with a simple and direct approach at the plate and generates lots of present bat speed with lots of power projection. He's also a 7.12 runner.

Will Carpenter  SS - 2020 - Aurora, OH
Penn State

Carpenter has a very projectable and athletic 6-1/170 build and already runs a 7.11 sixty, a mark that is guaranteed to go down as he gets stronger. His actions on defense were especially smooth and his arm works well from a low slot.

Brad Grenkoski  OF - 2020 - Kennesaw, GA
Georgia Tech

Grenkoski is a very strong yet projectable 6-foot-3, 185-pounds who showed big arm strength all over the diamond. Up to 89 mph with his top throw from the outfield, Grenkoski was also 87 mph across the diamond and showed the ability to drive the ball to the oppo-field gap with sound bat speed.

2021 Top Prospects

Saborn Campbell  OF - 2021 - Bloomfield Hills, MI

Campbell has an athletic build at 5-10/155, with square shoulders and long arms. He swings hard from the right side with a short hand path to the ball and made hard line drive pull contact with very good bat speed for an eighth grader. Campbell also ran a 7.20.

Dominic Flacco  LHP - 2021 - Ormond Beach, FL

Flacco's best present tool was also his hitting ability. He has a nice hitting rhythm from the left side and gets the barrel to the ball well, usually for solid pull line drive contact. He also has very good footwork in the outfield, rare for such a young player, and a nice loose arm that projects.

Bryce Hawkins  RHP - 2021 - Cumming, GA

Hawkins impressed on both the mound at the plate over the course of the event. The 2020 grad drove the ball well with good bat speed and swung with intent to drive the ball. On the mound he showed arm strength up to 80 mph as well as a swing and miss slider.

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