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2019 Top Prospects

Will Grisack  RHP - 2019 - Tampa, FL

The Tampa, FL native featured a fastball that displayed heavy, running action in the mid to upper 80's, topped at 89 miles per hour. Grisack was able to consistently repeat his arm action while working to all parts of the strike zone with ease. The 2019 grad also utilized a very tight, sharp breaking ball that shows promising swing and miss potential.

Trevor Kirk  RHP - 2019 - Wake Forest, NC

Kirk has a very projectable 6-foot-5, 185-pound frame. Utilized a heavy running fastball that jumped out of his had well in the mid to upper 80's, topped at 87 miles per hour. The Wake Forest, NC native also showed good swing and miss potential with a sharp 12/6 breaking ball in the low 70's. The uncommitted prospect aggressively attacked the strike zone and continuously missed barrels and induced weak contact.

Philip Clarke  OF - 2019 - Winter Park, FL

Clarke displayed athletic actions all around the field posting a 7.00 sixty-yard dash and topping at 88 miles per hour from the outfield. Offensively, the Winter Park, FL native showed very good raw power and consistently produced explosive jump off the barrel. When squared, generated very tight back spin with good carry to the gaps.

Justin Doyle  RHP - 2019 - Prospect, KY
Stevens Institute of Technology

The Spokane, WA native shows a projectable frame with beginnings of present strength. The 6-foot-3 right handed utilized a heavy fastball that generated good downhill tilt with run in the mid 80's, topped at 86 miles per hour. Doyle put hitters away late in counts with a sharp 12/6 curveball that generated late bite to the bottom of the zone.

Jack Tomich  3B - 2019 - Lithia, FL
Rollins College

The 6-foot-1 third baseman displayed smooth, polished actions defensively while topping at 87 miles per hour across the infield. At the plate, the 2019 grad showed very good hand speed through the zone that generated hard, loud contact off the barrel to the middle of the field and pull side gap.

Jack Ratliff  RHP - 2019 - Greensboro, NC

The 6-foot-4, 190-pound right handed pitcher shows a lot of room to continue to develop strength in his frame. On the mound, the North Carolina native showed good feel for the edges of the plate with a fastball that sat in the mid 80's. The 2019 grad was also able to land both a tight slider and late breaking curveball for strikes.

Christian Wylder  RHP - 2019 - College Park, GA
Lee University

Wylder impressed while on the mound utilizing an aggressive approach, repeatedly pounding the strike zone with a fastball that topped at 86 miles per hour. The 6-foot-1, College Park, GA native effectively keep hitters off balance with an 11/5 breaking ball that consistently sat in the upper 60's to low 70's. Wylder also posted a 6.57 sixty-yard dash and topped at 87 miles per hour from the outfield.

Ross Friedrick  C - 2019 - Alpharetta, GA

Friedrick popped an event bet 1.88 from behind the plate and displayed solid raw power offensively. The 6-foot-3, 200-pound catcher throws his barrel head with authority and generated hard, loud contact with excellent carry to the gaps.

Will Clark  LHP - 2019 - Cumming, GA
St. Louis

Clark, an uncommitted prospect, displayed well round tools all over the field throughout the weekend. The 6 foot, 180-pound outfielder showed good range in the outfield with present are strength. At the plate, Clark utilized a lifted barrel path with present pop to the gaps. The 2019 grad also pitched ranging in the low to mid 80's and consistently challenged the strike zone.

Austin Kenyon  LHP - 2019 - Wilmington, NC

The North Carolina native displayed good command for his fastball that sat in the mid 80's and a sharp breaking ball in the mid 70's. Kenyon's 6-foot-2 frame projects to add more strength and shows promise to continue to develop velocity.

Matt Tyson  C - 2019 - Zolfo Springs, FL

The Zolfo Springs, FL native showed the ability to turn the barrel head with aggression and drive the baseball with authority. Consistently produced hard contact throughout the weekend including a sharp line drive homerun to deep left field in batting practice.

Garret Cook  OF - 2019 - Plainfield, IL

The Plainfield, IL native displayed athletic actions throughout the weekend while posting a 6.78 sixty-yard dash. The 2019 outfielder utilized a compact, repeatable swing plane with the barrel control to work to all fields on a line with ease.

Hunter Schwartz  C - 2019 - Germantown, TN

The 6-foot-1 catcher out of Tennessee showed good strength at the plate with a naturally leveraged barrel plane. When on time, the 2019 grad produced easy jump off the barrel with very tight back spin that created good carry to each gap.

Blaine Marchman  C - 2019 - Loganville, GA
Georgia State

The 2019 grad showed a smooth, fluid swing path with good feel for the barrel. Marchman displayed quick hands through the zone with the present strength to drive the baseball through the gaps. The 6-foot, 185-pound catcher also popped 1.94 from behind the plate.

2020 Top Prospects

Austin Reed  SS - 2020 - Buckner, KY
Mississippi State

Reed displayed all the athletic tools need to stick in the middle infield at the next level. The 2020 grad posted a 6.81 sixty-yard dash while topping at 86 miles per hour across the infield. Offensively, The Buckner, KY native showed excellent feel for the barrel paired with a high contact approach. Reed also flashed some upside on the mound topping at 86 miles per hour and changed speeds with a sharp sweeping slider in the low 70's.

Dusty Mercer  OF - 2020 - Matthews, NC
Virginia Tech

Mercer showed off his athletic ability on the mound, defensively and at the plate throughout the event. The 6-foot-1, 190-pound left hander showed a smooth, repeatable delivery that produced a heavy fastball topping at 85 miles per hour. Mercer consistently changed speeds showing good feel for a two-plane breaking ball to the bottom of the zone. Offensively, the 2019 grad displayed tremendous bat speed and hit the baseball with authority to all fields, including a deep home run.

Brandon Llewellyn  RHP - 2020 - Colleyville, TX

Llewellyn displayed clean, athletic actions at multiple positions topping at 85 miles per hour from each the infield and the outfield. The 2020 grad employed a fluid, naturally leveraged swing plane with the barrel control to work to all fields offensively. The Colleyville, TX native also showed good upside on the mound showing good command of a running fastball in the low 80's and a tight 11/5 breaking ball.

Dustin Noller  RHP - 2020 - Rock Hill, SC

Noller showed a smooth, projectable delivery while consistently repeating a clean three-quarters arm slot. The 6-foot-1, 183-pound right hander consistently produced heavy downhill angle with his fastball while locating to each edge of the plate. The uncommitted, South Carolina native also flashed a late breaking curveball in the upper 60's.

Michael Ciminiello  1B - 2020 - Saint James, NY

The Saint James, NY native displayed very good hit tools throughout the weekend in both batting practice and live action. The 2020 grad utilized a smooth, naturally leveraged barrel plane with the ability to drive the ball through each outfield gap with ease. Ciminiello's frame projects to support future strength as he continues to mature.

Jack Cooper  3B - 2020 - Edwardsville, IL

The 6-foot-2, 215-pound infielder displayed polished, mature actions throughout the weekend defensively and at the plate. Cooper showed good raw power potential with the present barrel control to drive the baseball with authority to all fields with ease.

2021 Top Prospects

Tyler Neely  OF - 2021 - Union City, GA
Western Kentucky

Neely showed a very mature approach with high level barrel skills. The 2021 grad consistently created hard, sharp contact to all fields in both batting practice and game play. The 5-foot-10 outfielder posted a 6.90 sixty-yard dash and will continue to add strength to frame while maintaining athleticism.

2022 Top Prospects

Dylan Lesko  RHP - 2022 - Buford, GA

Lesko, a 2022 grad was electric on the mound. The 6-foot-2, 170-pound right hander displayed very good command of a heavy running fastball in the mid 80's, topped at 86 miles per hour. The Dacula, GA native changed speeds well with a sharp, late 12/6 curveball and sinking changeup. Each of which matched arm speed of fastball offering.

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