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2021 Top Prospects

Lucas Torres  C - 2021 - Cayey, PR
Alabama State

Torres turned plenty of heads when he bolted a 93 mph throw from the outfield showing extremely advanced arm strength which he took to the mound, topping out at 87 mph before suiting up behind the plate where he popped a 1.94 with an 81 mph throw down. Torres was equally as impressive with the bat, using his physical strength to generate solid bat speed through the zone with jump at impact.

Renzo Gonzalez  OF - 2021 - Miami, FL

Renzo Gonzalez did a little bit of everything this weekend and did all of it well. An uncommitted rising sophomore, Gonzalez is listed as a primary outfielder where he threw 89 mph after running a 6.95 60-yard. His swing is both loose and fluid from the left side with plenty of quickness and he was also up to 87 mph, attacking the zone with a three-pitch mix.

Grant Hussey  1B - 2021 - Washington, WV
West Virginia

Already committed to West Virginia, Hussey possesses the type of strength and frame you don't always find at the 14u level. A lefthanded hitter, it's the bat that is the biggest and loudest tool for Hussey with an easy stroke and lots of present bat speed which helped the young bat drive the ball with authority.

Loreto Siniscalchi  RHP - 2021 - Burnaby, BC CAN
Washington State

A projectable righthander, Siniscalchi, sat in the low-80s with his fastball and really commanded the strike zone as well. The righthander from British Columbia mixed all three of his pitches for strikes from his 6-foot-2 frame and clean yet compact arm action. He also took that similar arm strength to outfield drills where he topped out at 85 mph.

Ryan Leary  SS - 2021 - Liberty Hill, TX
Texas State

Leary performed well throughout the weekend and excelled on both sides of the ball. Defensively Leary showed soft hands and clean actions, as well as a strong arm across the diamond and on the mound where he was up to 84 mph and filled the zone. A righthanded bat, Leary did a nice job of creating torque with his swing with extension out front and jump off the barrel.

Tyler White  OF - 2021 - Glendora, CA
Long Beach State

White displayed good arm strength in the outfield as well as a nice round of batting practice during the event. He topped out at 86 mph from the outfield and 76 mph from his secondary infield position as well. There is good bat speed already present in White's stroke and he shifts well into the point of contact.

Joshua Baez  OF - 2021 - Boston, MA

Baez will immediately catch your attention with his 6-foot-3/190-pound frame and has the talent to match the frame. Despite his size Baez ran a 6.90 60-yard dash and showed his arm strength around the diamond (84 mph from OF/82 on the mound) as well as a righthanded swing with which he consistently found the barrel and drove the baseball.

Generoso Romano  3B - 2021 - Roseland, NJ

Romano showed nice two-way potential and still projects well moving forward. A rising sophomore, Romano first caught everybody's attention with a top throw of 89 mph across the diamond before topping out at 85 on the mound with a good curveball. He also swings it well from the right side with balance, nice bat speed, and projectable pop off the barrel.

Carson Crawford  SS - 2021 - Rohnert Park, CA

Crawford came out from California and the future Golden Bear showed well throughout the weekend. Offensively he shows a short stroke from the right side with quickness to his hands while finding the barrel well in game. He moves well up the middle defensively with quick feet and soft hands and also ran his fastball up to 82 mph on the mound.

Rene Lastres  C - 2021 - Hialeah Gardens, FL

One of the top defensive catchers of the event was Florida native Rene Lastras. With good footwork gaining ground to the bag and plenty of arm strength, Lastres popped a 1.90 second pop time displaying big-time catch and throw potential. His bat stood out during batting practice as well with present strength and bat speed to his mostly compact righthanded stroke.

Yesiel Gonzalez  SS - 2021 - Caguas, PR

Primary shortstop showcased exemplary potential on the mound with his 5-foot-11 projectable frame and fastball that peaked at 85 mph. He pitches to contact with a three pitch mix extending out in front with a compact arm stroke. He repeats his mechanics well with good pace and should see his velocity continue to improve with added strength and maturity.

Carson McKinney  RHP - 2021 - Tomball, TX
Howard College

McKinney showed nice potential on the diamond as a two-way prospect with his loudest performance coming on the mound. An Alabama commit, McKinney was up to 83 mph and attacked the zone with plane and late life to his fastball, a pitch that helped him strike out eight of the nine batters he faced.

Gio Cueto  C - 2021 - Miami, FL
Wake Forest

Cueto took a solid round behind the plate during drills displaying quickness to his footwork and accurate throws to the bag. His arm strength should continue to improve while he did pop an impressive 1.96 second pop time during drills. The bat is just as loud of a tool with nice life off the barrel and solid bat speed through the zone.

Shane Martin  3B - 2021 - Spring, TX
McNeese State

Martin displayed good arm strength both in the infield and on the mound during 14U National while also showing a good launch angle with the potential pop as he continues to get stronger at the dish. Martin, a primary third baseman, has arm strength for the position topping out at 83 mph across the diamond. He also filled up the strike zone with a 82-84 mph fastball and a sweeping curveball.

Hunter Caldwell  RHP - 2021 - Liberty, TX
Murray State College

Caldwell is a physical third baseman with plenty of arm strength and athletic movements both in the infield and on the mound. From the infield his hands play and he topped out at 83 mph across the diamond. On the mound he showed good command of the strike zone and a three pitch mix up to 84 mph. His swing is strong and the ball jumps off of his barrel when squared.

Josh Pearson  OF - 2021 - West Monroe, LA
Louisiana State

A young lefthanded hitter out of Louisiana, Pearson put his tools on display once again after a strong summer. With quick hands and present bat speed, Pearson showed the ability to impact the baseball as he drove a double to his pull side in live action. He also ran a 6.94 in the 60-yard and moves well around the bases.

Trent Hodgdon  RHP - 2021 - Smiths Station, AL
West Virginia

Hodgdon really excelled in all areas of the game over the weekend taking a nice round of batting practice with very good hands to the ball and consistent barrel skills. He also showed good arm strength across the diamond with a top velocity of 83 mph. On top of the offensive and defensive skills Hodgdon pitched really well in his outing with a fastball up to 84 mph mixing in a good breaking ball as well.

Josh Livingston  3B - 2021 - Prosper, TX
Wichita State/Crowder College

After taking a nice round of batting practice in which he exhibited a nice torque moving into contact and a natural feel for the barrel, Livingston continued to find the barrel in live action as much as anybody on the weekend. His strength plays well to the opposite field off the barrel and he also moves well defensively at third base.

Jordan Viars  OF - 2021 - Prosper, TX

Viars is a physical rising sophomore and his pop is present with big bat speed combined with strength at the point of contact. The lefthanded hitting and throwing first baseman has some quickness to his actions at the bag with arm strength that played from both first base and on the mound. As a pitcher and from first base Viars's top velocity was 82 mph with plenty more arm strength to come as he matures.

Owen Washburn  2B - 2021 - Webster, WI
Texas Tech

A primary shortstop, Owen Washburn showed off his smooth defensive actions up the middle with quickness to his footwork and overall looseness throughout. Washburn, a lefthanded hitter, still offers plenty of physical projection though he does a nice job of staying compact to the ball and can work all fields and also ran his fastball up to 83 mph on the mound.

2022 Top Prospects

Dylan Lesko  RHP - 2022 - Buford, GA

Making the trip down from Georgia, righthander Dylan Lesko made a strong impression throughout the weekend. On the mound he did a nice job of filling the strike zone while topping out at 87 mph with a sharp slider. He also showed very nice defensive actions and athleticism up-the-middle and behind the dish as well as nice bat speed from the right side.

Riley Stanford  OF - 2022 - Gainesville, GA
Georgia Tech

After throwing an impressive 91 mph from the outfield on day one, righthander Riley Stanford took to the mound on day two and ran his fastball up to 88 mph, an event best. Stanford, a Georgia native, is ultra-projectable and already generates big arm speed, helping to produce a fastball that jumped on hitters quickly through the zone.

Sal Stewart  3B - 2022 - Miami, FL

Just as he did this past summer, Sal Stewart continued to find the barrel at the National Showcase. A righthanded hitter, Stewart was able to drive the baseball well to his pull side both during BP and in live action. Defensively he moves well on his feet and showed a strong arm across the diamond with his best throw clocking at 86 mph.

Rylan Galvan  C - 2022 - Sinton, TX

Galvan's tools stood out behind the plate with big arm strength and loose, flexible actions during drills which translated nicely into the game. While his brother Rene is a lefthanded bat, Rylan hits from the right side and generates solid present bat speed with the ability to impact the ball hard off the barrel.

Calvert Clark  RHP - 2022 - Charlotte, NC
University of North Carolina-Charlotte

Calvert Clark stands out right away with his long and athletic frame which is easy to project on. Posting a 6.94 60-yard time, Clark showed his athleticism in the outfield and arm strength on the mound (topped out at 85 mph) as well as his bat speed from the right side, as he’s able to impact the baseball when on time and drive the ball hard to the middle and pull side parts.

Elijah Green  OF - 2022 - Windermere, FL

Elijah Green doesn’t look like your typical 14 year old with a physically impressive build and he doesn’t run like one either, posting an event best 6.65 60-yard dash. The speed plays both in the outfield and on the bases and his overall bat speed stands out, which when paired with his physical strength helped generate some of the harder contact of the event.

Andruw Jones  OF - 2022 - Suwanee, GA

Jones continues to impress every time we see him and he’s only going to keep improving as he develops physically. Jones moves easy on his feet in the outfield and posted a 7.05 60-yard dash while showing nice arm strength all over the diamond. In the box he utilizes a linear stroke and consistently found the barrel well in live action, impacting the ball at the point of contact.

Cole Young  SS - 2022 - Wexford, PA

Cole Young made the trip down from Pennsylvania and the lefthanded hitting shortstop didn’t disappoint. Offensively, Young showed solid bat-to-ball skills with present bat speed which will only continue to improve with added strength. He moved well defensively up the middle with range and quick footwork, something he showed with a 6.96 60-yard time as well.

Rene Galvan  OF - 2022 - Sinton, TX
Tyler Junior College

After showing his arm strength off from the outfield (85 mph), the very projectable Texas native showed well with the bat both during batting practice and live action. The swing and smooth and loose with a contact oriented approach and he shows the comfort and ability to work to all fields.

Ryan Ward  SS - 2022 - Coronado, CA
San Diego

A long and projectable California native, Ward showed his athleticism from both the outfield and infield, as well as with the bat from the left side. The offensive components will only continue to project with added strength, though Ward already shows a feel for the barrel with a linear stroke and present bat speed.

Ben Bybee  RHP - 2022 - Overland Park, KS

There's a lot to like with the 6-foot-5/180-pound righthander out of the Kansas when he toes the rubber and there's ample projection moving forward. Living in the low-80s, Bybee did a nice job of repeating his delivery and filled the zone with plane to his heater, showing nice life while mixing both a changeup and curveball for strikes.

Hayden Murphy  RHP - 2022 - Chula, GA

Murphy has real two-way potential and the young Georgia native showed it this past weekend in Fort Myers. Listed at 6-foot-2/165-pounds, Murphy offers ample projection though he can already generate nice bat speed and moves well in the infield. On the mound Murphy was up to 85 mph with a fast arm and life to his fastball while mixing in a hard slider up to 76 mph.

Tanner Chelette  C - 2022 - Spring, TX
Tyler Junior College

A primary catcher, Chelette showed solid ability behind the dish with a 76 mph best throw down velocity and a 1.94 second best pop time, but he excelled and showed huge promise on the mound. The tall lanky righthander pounded the strike zone to either side of the plate with an 82-85 mph fastball and a loose arm stroke that projects for plenty more.

Kassius Thomas  RHP - 2022 - Northridge, CA

Kassius Thomas made a big jump from the last time we saw the young righthander at 14u West where he topped out at 80 mph. Jump to the National and Thomas bumped his fastball up to 86 mph while sitting in the 82-85 mph range, showing a quick right arm that helped produce nice angle and plane to his heater through the zone.

Mason Neville  OF - 2022 - Las Vegas, NV

Neville is a highly projectable athlete at his primary outfield position as well as his two secondary positions as a lefthanded pitcher and at first base. He showed athletic actions at all three positions with similar arm strength topping out at 83 from the outfield and on the mound and 84 mph from first base. He really showed nice barrel whip during batting practice and a strong ability to consistently hit the baseball on the barrel of the bat.

Alvin Keels  SS - 2022 - Portsmouth, VA
Miami (OH)

Keels is a young middle infielder out of Virginia who showed nice tools throughout the weekend and still projects mightily moving forward. A 6.91 60-yard runner, Keels used that speed on the bases during live action and moves well defensively along with soft hands. He utilizes a linear stroke through the zone and handles the barrel well, showing jump when squared while incorporating his lower half.

Jordan Kang  3B - 2022 - Porter Ranch, CA

As he has shown throughout the summer, Jordan Kang possesses nice two-potential moving forward though his tools are already very good. After running a 6.95 60-yard Kang showed his arm strength all over the field, including on the mound where he topped at 83 mph with a nice curveball. His righthanded swing is both compact and strong to go along with a sound overall approach at the plate.

Brock Porter  RHP - 2022 - Milford, MI

Porter showcased all around athleticism as well as advanced arm strength at an array of positions including his primary shortstop position. His hands work well in the infield and he topped out at 84 mph from both the infield and the outfield. On the mound he projects well also with a low-80s fastball that he attacks hitters with repeatedly well.

Joshua Hoover  RHP - 2022 - Heath, TX

What stands out most about Hoover's game is his defensive abilities behind the plate, both during drills and live action. Both his exchange and transfer are very clean and the catch and throw skills played well in game, putting his 1.89 pop time to use. Hoover is strongly built at 6-foot-1/190-pounds and incorporates it well into his righthanded swing.

Jaron Nevarez  OF - 2022 - San Ramon, CA
San Diego State

Nevarez did a little bit of everything throughout the weekend and impressed wherever he went on the diamond. A young lefthanded arm out of California, Nevarez ran his fastball up to 81 mph with a clean arm stroke and was up to 86 mph from the outfield. He also generates solid bat speed from the left side and swings with plenty of intent, looking to drive the ball at point of contact.

Gilbert Saunders III  RHP - 2022 - Gilbertsville, PA

Saunders impressed on the opening day with his performance on the mound, going three innings of one-hit baseball and in the process struck out six. He did an excellent job of filling the zone, topping out at 84 mph with his fastball while showing a present feel for his secondary offerings as well. He also utilizes that strength with the bat, tying for the event's best exit velocity at 91 mph.

Jayson Jones  SS - 2022 - Savannah, TX

Jones looked really good with the bat in this event, showing off serious bat speed and loft to his swing, consistently getting the ball into the air with leverage and jump off the barrel. He also looked pretty good behind the plate with solid athleticism and arm strength.

Landon Moran  1B - 2022 - Altamonte Springs, FL

Moran is a highly projectable prospect out of Florida who showed arm strength all over the diamond throughout the weekend. Up to 83 mph from the outfield and 81 mph on the mound with a clean and loose arm action, Moran also shows tools offensively with a clean and quick stroke from the left side.

Grant Aycock  RHP - 2022 - Greensboro, NC

A primary righthanded pitcher from North Carolina, Aycock really dominated his outing on the mound with a fastball up to 83 mph and feel for his breaking ball. Aycock has plenty of room to fill in his 6-foot-3 frame with plenty of time to do so and the final product should be special. He gave scouts a look at his athleticism as well as his arm strength both in the infield and in the outfield topping out at 83 mph from each secondary position.

Gavin Black  C - 2022 - Bogart, GA
Mississippi State/Florida Southwestern State College

Though listed as a primary catcher, Black impressed on the mound during his stint on the rubber, punching out seven of the eight batters he faced while topping out at 83 mph. He showed arm strength all over the field and featured a linear stroke with a middle of the field approach.

Dylan Bowen  OF - 2022 - Winter Haven, FL
Middle Tennessee State

One of the top 60 yard dash times of the weekend belonged to Florida native Dylan Bowen who ran a 6.79 second sprint. The quick-twitch and athletic outfielder displayed outstanding quickness for his age and plenty of athleticism to his actions in the outfield along with an arm that should continue to get stronger as he matures.

Sullivan Brackin  RHP - 2022 - Jacksonville, FL
Florence-Darlington Technical College

Brackin did sit 82-85 mph consistently with his fastball on the mound. His arm action is compact with a high three-quarters arm slot and an extended finish. The righthander threw plenty of strikes and took that arm strength he showcased on the mound to his secondary positions as well. Topping out at 83 mph from the outfield and 84 mph from the infield, Brackin was able to showcase his arm strength early and often during the showcase.

Murphy Brooks  RHP - 2022 - Cypress, TX

Brooks showcased big-time arm strength both on the mound and in the outfield over the weekend as his fastball at his primary righthanded pitching position topped out at 84 mph. He commanded the low-80s heater to either side of the plate well and overpowered hitters with the pitch. Brooks also mixed in an advanced breaking ball with feel to spin landing it for strikes and getting hitters to swing through it.

Eduardo Cardenas  RHP - 2022 - Albuquerque, NM

Cardenas showed pretty consistent barrel skills at the plate with a smooth lefthanded swing that produces firm line drives, and also got onto the mound and ran his fastball up to 83 mph with good feel for spinning the baseball.

Tanner Darley  C - 2022 - Parrish, FL

Darley showed off impressive arm strength for his class in the infield, throwing 85 mph across the diamond before also taking a very solid workout behind the plate. Offensively, he showed a quick, leveraged stroke that produced consistently well-struck liners to all fields.

Parker Dean  RHP - 2022 - Russiaville, IN

Parker Dean excelled on the mound with a fastball up to 83 mph and a three pitch mix for strikes. There is plenty of projection left for Dean moving forward in the future due to the fact that his arm really works from a loose arm stroke and his young age of 14 standing at a mature 6-foot-4, 210-pounds.

CJ DiNapoli  OF - 2022 - Mechanicsville, VA
William & Mary

An all-around good athlete from Virginia CJ Dinalpoli ran a 6.94 second 60 yard dash and fired an 80 mph throw from the outfield. His speed is highly advanced for his age with an impressive run time and above average arm strength for his age as well. Dinapoli should only improve with time as the hit tool already shows potential with added strength to his build.

Trey Duffield  OF - 2022 - Houston, TX

Outstanding physical projection and good velocity for his young age make Charles "Trey" Duffield III a big-time pitching prospect. Standing at 6-foot-3, 170-pounds and projecting off of the charts with his frame, Duffield sits in the low-80s with his fastball with good command and a thoroughly advanced curveball. His command was very good at the event and his low effort and online delivery are certainly worth keeping an eye on down the road.

Grant Fahrlander  C - 2022 - Austin, TX

Fahrlander looked good behind the plate, showing good receiving, transfer, and release skills to go along with solid arm strength; then also showed very good bat speed at the plate with the ability to work to all fields with authority.

Connor Fuhrman  OF - 2022 - Daleville, VA
South Carolina

The primary middle infielder from Virginia showed loud tools at the plate much like he did all summer long at PG events. Standing at 5-foot-11, 165-pounds, Fuhrman already has strength present both on his build as well as in his swing giving a potential power glimpse during his round. He also showed athletic actions in the infield with nimble footwork.

Ellis Garcia  SS - 2022 - Elmwood Park, NJ
West Virginia

Garcia has smooth actions in the infield with hands that are very soft and he repeats it well with each repetition. His arm strength plays and should only improve as he matures from his 80 mph throw across the diamond. The righthanded hitter creates leverage at the plate with plenty of speed to his bat as well as a feel for putting the barrel to the baseball.

Azais Garza  OF - 2022 - Conroe, TX

A compact frame standing at a listed 5-foot-6 but Garza speed is a big-time too as he burst for a 6.70 second 60 yard dash during the event. Garza fields the baseball cleanly in the outfield with good reads and arm strength that should only improve as he matures. The bat showed some promise but the speed factor is the high level carrying tool at present for Garza.

Jackson Gaspard  MIF - 2022 - Flowery Branch, GA
Georgia Tech

Primary catching prospect Jackson Gaspard comes out of his crouch very quickly with plenty of arm strength and clocked a 1.83 second best pop time during catching drills. Gaspard's swing is compact and balanced while projecting for more pop off of the barrel as he continues to fill out physically. His arm strength was taken to the mound as well where he topped out at 80 mph and utilizes his lower half very well.

Eldred J George  C - 2022 - Trujillo Alto, PR
Alabama State

George is much stronger than his listed measurements and he does a very nice job of incorporating that strength into his righthanded swing. He does a nice job of staying balanced through his swing while showing present bat speed and shows clean actions defensively with light footwork and clean glove skills.

Gavin Guidry  SS - 2022 - Lake Charles, LA
Louisiana State

Guidry offers as much physical projection as any in attendance but already shows nice tools on both sides of the ball. A loose and athletic defender up the middle, Guidry posted a 7.07 60-yard dash and showed clean actions. Offensively he shows a handle for the barrel and present bat speed, two elements that will only continue to improve with added strength.

Dean Guzman  C - 2022 - Pembroke Pines, FL
Miami-Dade College

A compact 5-foot-7 frame in Dean Guzman burned a 60 yard dash in 6.83 seconds and fundamentally sound defense both behind the plate with explosion out of his crouch and in the outfield with a quick and smooth transfer from glove to hand. His quick-twitch and athleticism stood out over the weekend both during drills and in game.

Ethan Hensley  RHP - 2022 - Chesapeake, VA
Ferrum College

At 6-foot-1/160-pounds Hensley offers plenty of physical projection and already shows lots of athleticism as he posted a 6.71 60-yard dash. He's a primary righthanded pitcher and ran his fastball up to 81 mph with a loose and easy release while also swinging the bat well in live action with a couple of base knocks.

Griffin Herring  LHP - 2022 - Southlake, TX
Louisiana State

Herring has a long arm action on the mound and a fastball that already reaches peak velocity of 82 mph. His curveball is very impressive already as it has very tight spin and he gets hitters to repeatedly swing and miss through it. Herring varies his speeds on the mound well and has plenty of room to continue to improve both on the mound and physically on his lean 6-foot-1 frame.

Luke Heyman  C - 2022 - Longwood, FL

Heyman shows plenty of explosion out of his crouch from the catching position and nice mechanics overall. He receives out in front cleanly with good footwork towards the second base bag. His batting practice was the most impressive as he already shows high level bat speed and barrel feel.

Grant Hodge  RHP - 2022 - Little Rock, AR

From Arkansas, Grant Hodge worked out at 14U National at first base, in the infield and on the mound and showed promising ability at each position as well as with the bat. A corner infielder with good arm strength is what Hodge brings to the field topping out at 83 mph across the diamond and creating leverage at the plate. On the bump Hodge topped out at 82 mph with a fastball and curveball combination from a full arm action.

Teague Hoover  SS - 2022 - Sunbury, PA

Hoover, a primary shortstop, showed one of the better arms across the diamond with a top throw of 86 mph across the diamond. An athletic defender with a quick transfer, Hoover also showed well with the bat when on time, generating present bat speed with leverage out front while getting the barrel to the ball.

Ike Irish  C - 2022 - Hudsonville, MI

Irish looks to be another strong prospect out of the state of Michigan, showing excellent tools on the defensive side of the ball both behind the plate and in the infield with a strong arm as well as very good bat speed with present strength offensively.

Tate Jacobsen  SS - 2022 - Shawnee, KS

Jacobsen showed off a very solid all-around game in this event, showing consistent barrel skills at the plate with a smooth line drive swing and whole-field approach, while also showing consistent defensive actions and solid athleticism in the middle infield as well as running his fastball up to 82 mph on the mound.

Wyatt King  OF - 2022 - San Mateo, CA
Cal Poly

King made the trip from California and gave a nice showing at each position he worked out at. First, at his primary outfield position, King showed good arm strength for his age that resulted in an 85 mph best throw. He later showed athletic actions in the infield with a clean glove to both sides laterally. In the game action on the mound his fastball sat 78-82 with a curveball to complement.

Kyndon Lovell  LHP - 2022 - Fort Cobb, OK
McLennan CC

Big projection already for Kyndon Lovell on the mound with big arm strength and a quick arm that produced a fastball up to 84 mph from the lefthanded side. His fastball is lively and he attacks hitters with it before mixing in a low-70s curveball. His arm really stood out from the outfield as well as he fired one of the higher outfield velocities of the event with an 88 mph bolt.

Cole Munhall  RHP - 2022 - Cumming, GA

Munhall, a primary catcher, did a little bit of everything down in Fort Myers which included posting the event's top pop time of 1.82 while showing quickness to his actions. He also showed off his arm strength on the mound with a top fastball of 83 mph and swung it well from the right side, creating leverage with his swing while elevating the ball to his pull side.

Zachary Root  LHP - 2022 - Fort Myers, FL
East Carolina

Root is a local product from Fort Myers, Florida and has shown frequently that he has nice potential on the mound with a projectable frame and a fastball that reaches 82 mph. His longer arm action and good pace to his delivery projects for more and he is able to repeat his mechanics well resulting in good command of his fastball and curveball combination.

Travis Sanders  SS - 2022 - Copperas Cove, TX
Texas Tech

Sanders put on a nice showing in the infield with his overall actions and arms strength across the diamond posting a best velocity of 80 mph. He also put together a nice round of batting practice with a smooth righthanded stroke, projectable juice and a middle of the field approach.

Matthew Sauve  3B - 2022 - Mabton, WA

Sauve took one of the more consistently good batting practice rounds of the event, creating good bat speed and torquing his hips well into his swing, finding the barrel often in an authoritative manner with good results. He also showed good hands both in the middle infield as well as at 1st base.

Anthony Silva  SS - 2022 - San Antonio, TX

Silva has plenty of smoothness to his actions in the infield with hands that work nicely and a lower arm slot that produces up to 84 mph velocity across the diamond. The primary shortstop also displayed a middle of the field approach and some bat speed during his round of batting practice. The secondary righthanded pitcher took to the mound with a 77-80 mph fastball with nice tempo to his delivery that have repeatable mechanics.

2023 Top Prospects

TayShaun Walton  OF - 2023 - Emporia, VA

Walton is an athletic primary outfielder who also ran his fastball up to 77 mph during the event. The righthanded hitter from Virginia ran a class best 6.98 second 60 yard dash and showed plenty of strength to his swing with an 85 mph exit velocity off of the tee.

Bryce Eldridge  1B - 2023 - Vienna, VA

Eldridge may just be entering his eighth grade season but the 6-foot-4 righthander already moves well and repeats his delivery on the mound for somebody his size and age. He pitched exclusively off of his fastball and filled the zone, showing nice plane and running life to the pitch while running his heater up to 83 mph.

MJ Seo  SS - 2023 - Carrollton, TX
Louisiana State

The primary shortstop has advanced actions in the infield and he showcased them during the drills on this weekend as well as in game. Seo has quick and nimble footwork that plays well to the ball with hands that are soft and clean.

Tyler Daley  1B - 2023 - Bradbury, CA

Daley has plenty of promise as a lefthanded pitcher in the future as he continues to mature and fill out physically. The southpaw already runs his fastball up to 78 mph with advanced comment and an overall clean delivery. Daley pitches from an over the top arm slot and mixes in a 12-to-6 curveball and a changeup for strikes as well.

Manoah Chapman  SS - 2023 - Chula Vista, CA
San Diego State

Chapman really advanced hands that play nicely in the infield as well as projectable arm strength that already tops out at 77 mph across the diamond. There is plenty of fluidity to his actions as well as his mobility of his clean footwork. Chapman also showed nice discipline at the plate in the games as well as a level swing plane.

Joey Tuttoilmondo  RHP - 2023 - Monmouth Junction, NJ
High Point

Although not overly physical while still young and growing, Tuttoilmondo really shows outstandingly advanced pitchability along with a fastball that already reaches 80 mph. The righthander from New Jersey pounded the strike zone to all four corners of the strike zone and continually kept hitters off balance with a good fading changeup and a slurvy low-70s breaking ball.

Free Agents Top Prospects

Armando Cruz  SS - Free Agents - Santo Domingo, NC DOM

Cruz continued to show his outstanding hands and footwork during infield drills with spectacularly advanced actions for such a young age. Also being a 2023, he still managed to set the event best infield velocity with a throw of 90 mph across the diamond. With the combination of his glove work and arm strength, Cruz has shown he is an special talent in the infield.

Manuel Beltre  SS - Free Agents - Santo Domingo, SD DOM
Florida International

Beltre earned glowing remarks for his ability up-the-middle defensively, showing advanced footwork and plenty of softness to his hands along with a clean transfer and quick release. He still has room and plenty of time to develop physically, but Beltre can already generate solid bat speed from the right side of the plate and did a nice job of finding the barrel in live action.

Luis Ravelo  SS - Free Agents - Santo Domingo, NC DOM

Ravelo is a young switch-hitter from the Dominican Republic who handles the barrel well from both sides and only projects as he continues to develop physically. Up the middle is where Ravelo truly stood out, showing advanced glove work, smooth actions, and a strong arm across the diamond.

Grabiel De Jesus Arias Morel  SS - Free Agents - Santo Domingo Este, NC DOM

Morel showed very good tools on both sides of the ball in this event, showing solid bat speed and overall barrel skills at the plate while working to all fields as well as taking a very good round of infield, moving well laterally showing off his athleticism as well as a strong arm.

David Guevara  RHP - Free Agents - Ciudad Victoria, TM MEX

Making the trip all the way from Mexico, Guevara made a nice impression in the outfield, infield and especially on the mound. Firing 81 mph from the infield and outfield, Guevara displayed athletic actions at each position as well but it was on the mound that really showcased Guevara's talent. His fastball topped out at 84 mph and was well located to all corners of the plate with good extension out in front.