2018 PGAAC Rosters Unveiled

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Patrick Ebert
Published: Wednesday, July 18, 2018

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Rosters Set for 16th Annual Perfect Game All-American Classic
The Nation’s Top-Rated High School Baseball Players Will Compete in San Diego at Petco Park on August 12

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa – As part of a streamed, online show on MLB.com, from Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game Fan Fest in Washington, D.C., the East and West rosters for the 16th annual Perfect Game All-American Classic were announced. The country’s premier high school baseball All-Star Game will take place on Sunday, August 12 in San Diego, Calif., the 10th year in a row the game will be played at Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres.

Far more than just a game, the event provides a once in a lifetime opportunity for the players selected. While in San Diego the players will participate in a series of baseball related activities in addition to a visit to Rady Children's Hospital, a lunch with Honorary Chairman Trevor Hoffman on a beach alongside the Pacific Ocean as well as the event's annual awards dinner banquet held on Saturday night.

Since the event’s inception in 2003, 206 of the players that have participated have gone on to become first-round draft picks in the MLB First-Year Amateur Player Draft. Nine of those players were selected with the first overall pick, including 2017 No. 1 overall pick Royce Lewis (Twins). In addition, 158 players that have participated have played in the Major Leagues including some of the game’s brightest stars.

East Roster

West Roster





CJ Abrams

Alpharetta, GA

Mahki Backstrom

Los Angeles, CA

Matthew Allan

Sanford, FL

Logan Britt

Benbrook, TX

Mack Anglin

Marengo, OH

Jaden Brown

Mississauga, CAN

Myles Austin

Smyrna, GA

Corbin Carroll

Seattle, WA

Hunter Barco

Jacksonville, FL

Riley Cornelio

Monument, CO

Tyler Callihan

Neptune Beach, FL


Emanuel Dean

Anaheim, CA

Joe Charles

Celebration, FL

Derek Diamond

Ramona, CA

Hayden Dunhurst

Carriere, MS

Cade Doughty

Denham Springs, LA

Jerrion Ealy

Carthage, MS

Trey Faltine

Richmond, TX

Daniel Espino

Statesboro, GA

Garrett Frechette

Vista, CA

Jud Fabian

Ocala, FL

Henry Gargus

Yakima, WA

Riley Greene

Oviedo, FL

JJ Goss

Cypress, TX

Hylan Hall

Ocoee, FL

Damone Hale Jr.

Inglewood, CA

Rece Hinds

Valparaiso, FL

Maurice Hampton Jr.

Arlington, TN

Jack Leiter

Summit, NJ

Gunnar Henderson

Selma, AL

Matthew Lugo

Manati, PR

Cole Hinkelman

Sammamish, WA

Brennan Malone

Matthews, NC

Spencer Jones

Encinitas, CA

Hayden Mullins

Gallatin, TN

Dawson Netz

Sierra Madre, CA

Nasim Nunez

Lawrenceville, GA

Bryce Osmond

Tulsa, OK

Erik Rivera

Caguas, PR

Darius Perry

Whittier, CA

Landon Sims

Cumming, GA

Quinn Priester

Cary, IL

Logan Tanner

Lucedale, MS

Will Rigney

Woodway, TX

Hayden Travinski

Haughton, LA

Wes Scott

Riverside, CA

Anthony Volpe

Watchung, NJ

Nate Stevens

Waunakee, WI

Connor Walsh

Niceville, FL

Matt Thompson

Cypress, TX

Kendall Williams

Olive Branch, MS

Bobby Witt Jr.

Colleyville, TX

The 2018 Perfect Game All American Classic will be televised nationally once again on MLB Network, Major League Baseball’s Emmy Award-winning 24/7 television network. First pitch is scheduled for 5:17 p.m. PDT.

Proceeds of the Perfect Game All-American Classic go to support pediatric cancer research and treatment, specifically to the event’s beneficiary, Rady Children’s Hospital. In the weeks leading up to the game, every player in the Classic will have the opportunity to conduct an online fundraising contest to raise funds for the Hospital. Since the inception of the Classic, more than $1,000,000 has been raised.

For more information about the event please visit www.PGAllAmerican.com.

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