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2018 Top Prospects

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

Butler put together a nice overall showing this weekend in Georgia as the strongly built outfielder ran a 6.74 60-yard and threw an impressive 89 mph from the outfield. He also worked his fastball up to 83 mph from multiple slots and swung a loud bat from the right side with a direct path and very quick hands.

Justin Kirby  OF - 2018 - Alpharetta, GA   Kent State

Kirby, who is currently uncommitted per his profile, put together a nice weekend with a strong showing on both sides of the ball. He showed an easy stroke from the right side with leverage to his path and gap-to-gap contact; Kirby also ran an impressive 6.66 60-yard dash and threw 88 mph from the outfield with smooth actions.

Kameron Wells  OF - 2018 - Hattiesburg, MS   Miami-Dade College

The top outfield velocity of the event belongs to Wells who showed off his incredible arm strength with a throw of 92 mph across. A pretty good athlete, the uncommitted prospect from Mississippi plays a very good outfield and shows a smooth swing at the plate with the ability to drive the ball well to both gaps. The strength played well for an exit velocity of 92 mph.

Britton Baxter  RHP - 2018 - Land O Lakes, FL   Uncommitted

Making the trip up from Florida, the 6-foot/180-pound righthander impressed during his time on the mound with a quick and clean delivery which helped produce a fastball up to 87 mph. He created angle from a higher release point with life down in the zone while mixing in a nice 11-5 shaped breaking ball from a similar slot.

Ryan Santos  OF - 2018 - Mississauga, ON CAN   Dodge City CC

Making his way down from Canada, the uncommitted Santos had a strong showing as the outfielder first ran a 6.57 60-yard dash to open his showcase. His lefthanded swing was just as impressive as it was loose and easy and offers fluidity to the path with plenty of projection, though he already shows flashes of pop off the barrel.

Colton Byars  C - 2018 - Simpsonville, SC   Florence-Darlington Technical College

Byars, who is committed to Florence-Darlington Tech, took one of the louder rounds of batting practice thanks to his loose wrists and ability to whip the barrel through the zone. A lefthanded bat, Byars created steady hard contact off the barrel while working both gaps with strength coming off.

Diego Ramos  SS - 2018 - Delray Beach, FL   Indian River State College

With plenty of physical projection on his 6-foot-3/183-pound, loose and athletic frame, Ramos showed well on both sides of the ball and also ran a 6.88 60-yard. His action at shortstop are both clean and repeatable to go along with a strong arm and a quick righthanded swing with some carry off the barrel.

Brett Jackson  RHP - 2018 - Abbotsford, BC CAN   Young Harris College

Showing some of the best combination of stuff and command was Jackson, who came down all the way from Canada for the event. The 6-foot-1/185-pound righthander ran his fastball up to 87 mph with very good life and command. He would mix his three-pitch arsenal well which included a sharp breaking curveball and a good changeup with fade to the arm side.

Arthur (AG) Yowell  RHP - 2018 - Dripping Springs, TX   Texas San Antonio

The uncommitted prospect from Texas is extremely projectable with a 6-foot-6/186-pound frame, a fastball up to 86 mph, and a loose and whippy arm action to generate the velocity. Yowell has very good life to his fastball that runs and sinks while also utilizing a curveball and an impressive changeup to complement the fastball.

CJ Horn  C - 2018 - San Antonio, TX   New Mexico Military Institute

Horn, an uncommitted senior from Texas, showed some of the better arm strength from the catcher position during the event as he posted the top catcher velocity, 81 mph, and a very impressive pop time, 1.84 seconds. The arm strength plays well all over the diamond, whether it be the infield or outfield, and offensively can impact the ball with a lot of strength through the point of contact.

Tyler Bell  SS - 2018 - Prattville, AL   Alabama-Huntsville

Bell had a strong performance in live action, both on defense and with the bat, as well as on the mound. A primary shortstop, Bell showed athleticism to his actions with range and a strong arm, which he also showed with his fastball up to 85 mph, to go along with a balance righthanded swing and jump of the barrel when squared.

Evan Condon  RHP - 2018 - Marietta, GA   South Carolina Aiken

A South Carolina Aiken commit, Condon showed very good pitchability with a four-pitch arsenal including a couple of sharp breaking balls. He gathers well over the rubber to create good drive off the lower half and the curveball was a very good pitch with tight 11/5 shape that resulted in a lot of swings and misses.

Luis Garcia  OF - 2018 - Paterson, NJ   St. Peter's

Power was what stood out for the senior from New Jersey as Garcia showed a powerful right arm and swing. The St. Peter's commit showed very good arm strength from the outfield, recorded up to 90 mph, with good accuracy and carry on throws. Offensively, there was good leverage and looseness to the swing with the ability to hit home runs.

Cole Garrett  RHP - 2018 - Marietta, GA   Liberty

A loose-armed righthander from Georgia, Garrett has impressed all fall and was no exception this event. The fastball was up to 86 mph with good sinking action to it and the arm action was loose throughout the path to release. The curveball flashes some tilt and the power approach of attacking hitters worked well for Garrett.

Ali LaPread  SS - 2018 - Peachtree Corners, GA   GA Gwinnett Coll

The uncommitted LaPread has a lot of loud present tools to go along with good projection physically. He is a good athlete, recorded a 6.99 second 60-yard dash, with very good arm strength, up to 87 mph from the outfield. The offensive approach is powerful with loud contact and real bat speed to create a lot of jump off the barrel.

Noah Lee  OF - 2018 - Smyrna, GA   Uncommitted

Lee demonstrated some of the best speed of the event recording one of the best 60-yard dash times of 6.48 seconds during workouts. The athletic 6-foot, 170-pound frame is full of quick twitch muscle which allows him to not only be a threat on the base paths and in the batter's box, but also in the field where he ranges well in the outfield.

Nadir Lewis  OF - 2018 - Alpharetta, GA   Princeton

Listed at a stronger 6-foot-1/190-pounds, Lewis put his athleticism on display immediately by running a 6.58 60-yard dash, one of the best on the weekend. Lewis, who's already committed to Princeton, shows a loose lefthanded swing with line drive contact off the barrel and nice potential moving forward.

Luke McDevitt  3B - 2018 - Monroe, GA   Young Harris College

McDevitt's athleticism was on display all weekend as the uncommitted Georgia native turned in an impressive 6.75 second 60-yard dash. The lateral agility stood out from the infield where his soft hands and fluid exchange also stood out. There are good tools offensively for McDevitt with present bat speed and the ball jumps off the barrel.

Justice Panton  SS - 2018 - Phoenix, AZ   Chandler-Gilbert CC

Panton fits a strong profile on the left side of the infield with very good athleticism, recorded a 6.78 second 60-yard dash time, to go along with clean and athletic actions defensively. He is a sure-handed defender with solid arm strength and shows a loose, projectable swing from the right side.

Grant Plunkett  C - 2018 - Hurst, TX   Central Arkansas

One of the best in-game performers was Plunkett who churned out consistently well-struck balls off quality pitching. The uncommitted backstop does a good job at getting the barrel head out in front of the plate to generate good lift in his swing. He posted an impressive pop time of 1.94 seconds as well to demonstrate his catch-and-throw skills.

Matt Voda  LHP - 2018 - Spring Hill, FL   Cleveland State CC

A Hillsborough CC commit, the lefthanded Voda turned in a nice performance with his arsenal as he ran his fastball up to 84 mph with nice rhythm and balance to his delivery. He does a nice job of hiding the ball which helps the pitch get on hitters quickly while mixing in a curveball with late sweeping life.

2019 Top Prospects

Jonathan Young  SS - 2019 - Acworth, GA   Chattahoochee Valley CC

Young, an uncommitted two-way player from Georgia, has outstanding arm strength and showcased the top outfield and infield velocities of the event, 93 mph and 91 mph respectively. The actions and exchanges from his primary position of shortstop impressed as well as his raw strength and power which culminated with home runs both in batting practice and in-game.

Tyler Williams  OF - 2019 - Stone Mountain, GA   Arkansas-Little Rock

Tyler Williams possesses plenty of tools in his arsenal and he put all of them on display this weekend in Georgia. An uncommitted and projectable outfielder at 6-2/175, Williams ran a 6.63 60-yard and showed a simple, direct swing in the box with jump off the barrel. He also showed a strong right arm from the outfield, up to 89 mph.

Bryce Yosko  SS - 2019 - Spring, TX   Northeast Texas CC

Yosko is an uncommitted prospect out of Texas who showed nice two-way potential moving forward. A primary shortstop, Yosko showed a strong arm across the diamond (88 mph) with soft hands and brought that arm strength to the mound, topping out at 85 mph. He also created steady line drive contact during BP with extension out front and a feel for the barrel.

Allan Del Castillo  MIF - 2019 - Lawrenceville, GA   Uncommitted

Del Castillo showed very good athleticism and tools both on offense and defense. The lateral agility, advancement of footwork, and hands all work well from shortstop and the uncommitted prospect has a quick, compact swing that is easily repeatable with very quick hands from the right side of the plate.

Jared Szabo  RHP - 2019 - Evans, GA   Georgia Southern

A strongly built righthander at 6-foot-4/190-pounds, Szabo showed an impressive fastball as he topped out at 89 mph with a quick arm fro an extended three-quarters slot. He was able to generate ground ball contact with his heater while showing a fluid delivery and late bite on his curveball. He's uncommitted.

Ty Mongo  OF - 2019 - Lantana, TX   Uncommitted

A projectable 6-foot/165-pound outfielder out of Georgia, Mongo put his speed on display with a 6.49 60-yard dash while showing smooth and balanced actions from the outfield. He also showed a quick swing from the right side with a steady line drive plane and consistent contact off the barrel.

Bradley Blalock  RHP - 2019 - Lawrenceville, GA   Kennesaw State

Blalock impressed throughout the weekend, both as a position player and on the mound. Already committed to Kennesaw State, Blalock ran a 6.87 60-yard and threw 89 mph from the outfield while bumping 86 mph on the mound with a three-pitch mix.

Blake Renner  RHP - 2019 - Alpharetta, GA   Lincoln Memorial

Renner showcased a low effort and compact delivery with a fastball that ran up to 87 mph with good sinking life to it. The righthander showed a full arm stroke through the point of release with a four-pitch mix that was highlighted by his feel for spin and his impressive changeup with good downward action and arm side fade.

Nick Hyde  RHP - 2019 - Mount Pleasant, SC   Western Carolina

Another strong-armed, uncommitted prospect was Hyde whose 91 mph velocity from the outfield was one of the best of the event. He has the versatility to play both the outfield and infield while also working well on the mound. The delivery is fluid with a fastball up to 85 and a strong two-pitch mix.

Braden Massey  RHP - 2019 - Gulf Breeze, FL   Uncommitted

Massey showed very good command of his two-pitch mix to go along with a fast and loose arm stroke. The fastball sat in the 84-86 mph throughout the start while mixing in a sharp breaking, tight spinning curveball to induce chases on two-strikes. The arm speed stands out with the ability to create whip and he certainly projects well.

Dalton Brooks  RHP - 2019 - Sharpsburg, GA   LaGrange College

Brooks, a lean and athletic prospect from Georgia, showed a strong two-pitch mix on the hill with his fastball being ran up to 86 mph. Brooks showed pretty good arm speed while working to both sides of the plate and filling up the strike zone. The curveball was an impact pitch with good bite when he releases the pitch out in front.

Hayden Bruno  RHP - 2019 - Mountain Brook, AL   Tallahassee CC

Bruno showed very interesting potential as a two-way prospect over the weekend. The arm strength stands out with an 87 mph velocity from the outfield with some bat speed and barrel whip from the dish. The arm strength played well form the mound where he topped out at 84 mph and showed the ability to hide the ball and create deception.

Jon Campbell Jr  OF - 2019 - Bloomfield Hills, MI   Boston College

With an exciting all-around package, Campbell Jr. showed off good tools and athleticism throughout the weekend. With a 6.85 second 60-yard dash time and good arm strength defensively, Campbell showed good tools in both the outfield and infield while he was able to generate hard hit contact on a line drive swing plane.

Allen Grier  OF - 2019 - Atlanta, GA   Chattanooga State Technical CC

Grier is a very good athlete with a good amount of quick-twitch muscle that resulted in a 6.84 second 60-yard dash time. The arm strength and athleticism stands out from the outfield with an 87 mph outfield velocity. There is quickness to Grier's hands and he gets the stroke through well and on time consistently .

Kyle Harbison  C - 2019 - Georgetown, KY   Indiana State

Harbison is a well-built and physical prospect with good foundational tools both behind the dish and up to bat. The Murray State commit posted an impressive pop time of 1.82 seconds with a quick release while utilizing a lofted swing plane to get the ball into the air to all fields.

Haiden Hunt  OF - 2019 - Lexington, KY   Gardner-Webb

Hunt displayed loud tools over the weekend with a short, linear stroke from the right side to go along with very good speed. The uncommitted Kentucky underclassman ran a 6.56 second 60-yard dash and the athleticism plays well form the outfield where he is a smooth defender. The hand speed and barrel skills stand out for a nice leadoff-type profile.

Kevin Kilpatrick  OF - 2019 - Lithonia, GA   Grambling State

Full of fast-twitch muscle, Kilpatrick ran an impressive 6.59 60-yard dash before showing the other components of his game. Currently uncommitted per his profile, Kilpatrick took a loud round of batting practice with a couple of home runs while showing smooth defensive instincts both in drills and live action up the middle.

Chris Patterson  OF - 2019 - Hephzibah, GA   South Carolina Aiken

Patterson's athleticism and twitch muscle took center stage with a 6.69 second 60-yard dash and tons of lateral agility from the outfield. He releases the ball quickly with arm strength that was recorded up to 85 mph. The offensive game allows him to generate line drive contact to all fields with good bat-to-ball skills.

William Pickford  RHP - 2019 - Vienna, VA   Virginia Tech

Pickford ran his fastball up to 85 mph and showed some impressive life to the pitch as it had a bunch of cutting action. The pitch routinely moved all over the strike zone and the arm action was shorter, but pretty clean throughout. Pickford projects well with a lean 6-foot-4/195-pound frame and a low effort delivery.

Patrick Romeri  OF - 2019 - Sarasota, FL   Villanova

Romeri has a pretty strong overall profile as a very good athlete, 6.98 second 60-yard dash, and has very good arm strength, recorded up to 89 mph. The offensive game is advanced as well with good bat speed and jump off the barrel, where the strength plays very well for power potential.

Langston Taylor  3B - 2019 - Jackson, GA   North Carolina A&T

A primary third baseman, Taylor showed his tools both defensively as well as with the bat throughout the weekend. His arm strength ay be his loudest tool as he threw 89 mph both from the outfield and infield, where he showed lateral agility, while also displaying leverage to his righthanded swing with a short path.

Wesley Wade  SS - 2019 - Lindale, GA   Uncommitted

Wade has a very fluid and powerful swing that was on display all weekend. There is good present bat speed with quickness and twitch to his hands and an overall strong offensive profile. He is a 6.83 second runner with very good present arm strength from the infield registering at 87 mph across the diamond.

Andrew Walker  OF - 2019 - Douglasville, GA   Uncommitted

Walker turned in the best 60-yard time of the event, clocking in at an impressive 6.45 seconds. He uses that speed well in the outfield to attack baseball and work behind it while showing solid carry and strength on his throws; also showed a short stroke with a line drive plane and contact skills at the plate.

2020 Top Prospects

Beau Stuckey  SS - 2020 - Fayetteville, AR   Missouri State

A young prospect already committed to Missouri State, Stuckey had a strong performance with his tools, both at present and what they could continue to develop in to. A primary shortstop who ran a 6.66 60-yard dash, Stuckey showed clean actions up the middle as well as a feel for the barrel in the box and simple swing mechanics.

Will Fricker  RHP - 2020 - Parkville, MO   Uncommitted

A 6-foot-2/185-pound righthander, Fricker worked from a low three-quarters arm action on the bump while running his fastball up to 86 mph. The pitch featured occasional cut action which helped induce ground ball contact while mixing in an 10-4 shaped slider with tilting action down in the zone.

Jack Davis  C - 2020 - Lilburn, GA   Uncommitted

Davis showed some of the stronger offensive tools of the event with good balance to a compact swing with requisite bat speed. The swing is smooth and fluid and Davis repeats it well on a line drive swing plane. He also showed good tools behind the plate with an impressive pop time recorded of 2.01 seconds.

Collin Caldwell  LHP - 2020 - Powder Springs, GA   Uncommitted

Caldwell showed very good tools on the mound with an intriguing ceiling as a lefthanded pitcher. The uncommitted arm from Georgia has a balanced delivery with good rhythm and worked his fastball up to 84 mph. The three-pitch mix was impressive and was highlighted by a good changeup with good depth while maintaining a similar arm speed.

Hunter Marsh  3B - 2020 - Hoschton, GA   Walters State CC

Marsh may only be a sophomore but shows advanced physicality and strength which helps all facets of his game. The third baseman showed quality arm strength up to 84 mph both int he infield and on the mound, however the offense is his calling card with very impressive bat speed and can generate a lot of strength off the barrel of the bat.

Steven Ondina  SS - 2020 - Gurabo, PR   Florida International

The Puerto Rican sophomore, who is young for the grade, shows a lot of agility and athleticism defensively. The hands are very soft with advanced arm strength, recorded up to 87 mph, and he has a chance to be an impact defender. The speed plays well as he maintains throughout and aids his range at shortstop.

Charlie Taylor  C - 2020 - Dunwoody, GA   Tennessee

Taylor has extremely advanced catch-and-throw skills, recording 77 mph throws down to second and a strong pop time of 1.91 seconds. The release is very quick and the power potential at the dish is very intriguing with a full path to contact and can generate a good amount of line drives while working up the middle.

2021 Top Prospects

Alec Grossman  RHP - 2021 - Austin, TX   Uncommitted

Despite just being a freshman in high school, Grossman turned in a nice showing both in terms of his stuff on the mound and overall athleticism. He ran a 6.80 60-yard dash and moved well up the middle with nice actions while also impressing on the mound (his primary position) where he threw a heavy fastball up to 83 mph with nice angle down in the zone.

Harry Ford  C - 2021 - Kennesaw, GA   Uncommitted

With a full four years of high school remaining, Ford showed well throughout the weekend, particularly with his skill behind the plate. Despite being one of the younger players in attendance, both his pop time and arm strength ranked among the best while also picking up a couple of knocks against live pitching.

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