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2021 Top Prospects

Joshua Baez  OF - 2021 - Boston, MA   

Baez showed off his big athleticism right away by running an event-best 6.81 seconds 60 yard dash, and then showed some of the more projectable outfield actions of the weekend with smooth feet, real closing speed, and an 83 mph arm. He also pitched and worked up to 80 mph with plane and sink.

Luke Orbon  SS - 2021 - New Hyde Park, NY   

Orbon had a very solid all around weekend by running a 6.91 60 yard dash, showing very solid infield actions to go with a 79 mph arm, taking a very solid and consistent batting practice and continuing to take good swings in games, and also getting on the mound and filling up the zone with a fastball working 76-79 mph and a solid curveball.

Ty Sallie  SS - 2021 - Parsippany, NJ   

Sallie had one of the better batting practice performances on the weekend, consistently finding the barrel on a line to all fields while showing advanced lower half mechanics in his swing. He also took a good infield showing clean hands and feet, while also running well with a 7.05 60 yard dash time.

Jacob Veczko  OF - 2021 - Monroe Township, NJ   

Veczko has a long, lean, highly projectable frame that is intriguing on its own, and he also has good tools. He threw 80 mph from the outfield and showed some athleticism and efficiency to his actions; as well as showing good timing skills when hitting to go along with seriously projectable pull side power.

Shane Turpin  OF - 2021 - Philadelphia, PA   

Turpin has a nicely-projectable frame, showing solid speed with a 7.19 60 yard dash as well as showing very nice defensive actions both in the OF where he threw 83 mph as well as at 1B where he threw 82 mph. He also worked up to 80 mph on the mound and showed a good slider to go along with solid command.


2022 Top Prospects

Ty Federici  LHP - 2022 - Dallas, PA   

Federici really announced his presence in a loud way over the weekend, first by showing a loud 86 mph arm from the outfield followed by a strong BP that produced well-struck liners with some of the better power of the event. He really shined on the mound, however, working his fastball up to 87 mph from the left side with good life as well as mixing in a breaking ball and changeup.

Nazier Mule  SS - 2022 - Paterson, NJ   

Mule showed off a very loud arm tool in several ways to go along with high-quality athleticism in this event. He threw 85 mph from the outfield as well as across the infield, looking very comfortable in the infield especially with easy hands. He also got on the mound and showed a fast, whippy arm with a sinking fastball up to 85 mph to go along with a solid slider.

Ivan Arias  SS - 2022 - Boston, MA   

Arias was very impressive all weekend long as a well-rounded prospect. He showed very good hitting tools with a loose, easy swing that generates easy bat speed, and he will hit for good power as he continues to get stronger. He also showed off an 85 mph arm across the infield with good twitch and athleticism to his actions.

Rocko Brzezniak  1B - 2022 - Matawan, NJ   

Brzezniak once again showed off his physical strength with a loud round of batting practice, swinging with plenty of intent while generating solid bat speed and life off the barrel. He then repeatedly found the barrel in game and display nice athleticism and footwork around the first base bag while running a 7.12 60-yard.

Drew Wyers  MIF - 2022 - Columbus, NJ   

Wyers, a strongly built middle infielder, showed nice tools on both sides of the ball and played very good defense throughout the live gameplay with a strong, accurate arm across. He's also a switch-hitter who possesses a feel for the barrel from both sides with nice bat speed and hard contact when squared.

Everett Cooper  SS - 2022 - Owings Mills, MD   

There's a lot to like with Cooper both present day and long term when you project what the 5-foot-11 switch-hitting shortstop could develop into. His shows a loose, balanced swing from both sides and a handle for the barrel on top of smooth defensive footwork with athletic actions to either side up the middle.

Owen Swanson  RHP - 2022 - Santa Clara, CA   

Swanson made the cross-country trip from California and put together a nice weekend, showing intriguing potential on both sides of the ball. A primary RHP, Swanson topped out at 81 mph with his heater which showed sink but also landed his breaking ball for consistent strikes. He also connected for loud contact in the games and threw an impressive 83 mph from the outfield.

Baylor Homesley  3B - 2022 - Cumming, GA   

Homesley has a young and projectable 5-foot-11, 150-pound build which will only grow stronger and bodes nicely with his short, compact righthanded stroke he displayed throughout the weekend while finding the barrel. He he quickness to both his footwork and arm action, showing nice strength across the diamond from third base (81 mph) and was also up to 79 mph on the bump.

Trystan Crawford  3B - 2022 - Bloomsburg, PA   

Crawford showed nice two-way potential this weekend in Staten Island as he's a primary third baseman who generates solid present bat speed with nice balance and weight shift while driving the ball well to his pull side. He was also up to 82 mph with lots of cutting life while flashing a solid, late fading changeup at 74 mph.

Gilbert Saunders III  RHP - 2022 - Gilbertsville, PA   

Though listed as a primary righthanded pitcher and was up to 79 mph, Saunders impressed with the bat and around the first base bag. With a strong 6-foot-3, 205-pound build Saunders showed looseness to his hands and leverage to his stroke which yielded solid pop off the barrel and into the gaps.

Antonio DiGrigoli  C - 2022 - Brooklyn, NY   

A young backstop, DiGrigoli showed solid actions and receiving skills behind the plate with a short, compact arm stroke and nice overall footwork, as well as an accurate arm that'll only continue to strengthen. He does a nice job of hitting the ball out front and shows looseness to his hands with a feel for the barrel.

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