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2021 National Underclass Showcase-Main Event (12/28/2021 - 12/30/2021)

Navy-19 vs Red-22 Game Highlights
12/30/2021 6:54:30 PM

Nick Pratt (2023 C, Severna Park, MD) has a large physical frame with present strength throughout his build. In his first at bat he laced a double deep in the left center field gap showcasing his ability to create leverage at the point of contact. He followed that up with a triple in his third at bat to left center field to continue a strong day at the plate. 

 

Gavin Strump (2024 C, Saint Johns, FL) starts with an even base, using a small stride to create separation. He showed a quick compact bat path with the ability to drove the ball to the pull side. His frame projects well moving forward with more power to come. 

 

Edward McLeod (2025 3B, Mobile, AL) has a large physical frame, in the box he starts with an upright stance allowing him hands to work freely to the baseball. He found the barrel in his second and third at bats with back-to-back base hits to the pull side. 

 

Justin Polanco (2023 SS, Bronx, NY) showed a smooth natural left-handed stroke. He does a nice job of staying time with his load allowing the barrel to play out front with some whip in in the hands at the point of contact. 

 

Cahijah Pressley (2023 1B, Laurens, SC) is able to keep the hands to the inside part of the ball with strength at the point of contact. His approach allows him to use the big part of the field with good plate coverage. 

 

Christopher Sosa (2025 RHP, Hialeah, FL) has a long athletic frame with plenty of room to project on moving forward. At the plate his right-handed swing as a smooth swing plane with the ability to attack the inside part of the ball allowing him to use all fields. He followed that up with a triple to straight away center field in his last at bat. 

 

Ethan Andujar (2025 C, Matthews, NC) found the barrel multiple times in game action on day three. He controls the barrel well through the zone staying short with his swing path and using the opposite field well with developing power. 

 

Noah Jordi (2024 LHP, Mendon, MA) smoked a ball down the right field line in his final at bat. His left-handed swing stays level through the hitting zone keeping the ball on a line with some whip in the hand at contact. 

 

Ryne Salas (2023 RHP, Crystal Lake, IL) Large framed slugger with noticeable raw power, especially to the pull side. Hit no doubt dinger into the street well beyond the LF fence. Quick twitch. Unquestioned raw power. Upside potential as middle-of-the order run producer.

 

Clayton Anderson (2024 OF, Statesboro, GA) Athletic and very twitchy. Advanced speed. Short and direct to contact. Flatter path and impact the ball with force. Always looking to take extra base. 

 

Ulises Castelo Jr (2024 C, Dalton, GA) Hit machine. Uses the whole field. Stays inside the ball well. Flatter path. Line driver with a consistent operation. Big hustle guy on the bases.

 

Cayden Hessemyer (2024 SS, Odessa, FL) Athlete with great approach at the plate. Quick actions. Short, quick, and direct to contact. Flatter path with line drive mentality. Obvious strength in hands. Impacts ball with force.

 

Mike Martinez (2024 3B, Cutler Bay, FL) Easy plus raw power. Strength in core. Feel for barrel. Slugger’s lift at contact. Can power the ball to all parts of the field. Especially strong to pull side.

 

Logan Mortimer (2025 OF, McDonough, GA) Advanced, noticeable raw power. Ball jumps from barrel. Ball jumps from barrel. Advanced runner with easy stride. Chews up ground.

 

Jason Neal (2024 SS, Chelsea, AL) Athletic middle infielder with plus approach at the plate. Line driver who can move the ball. Short and direct to contact. Advanced runner.

 

Joshua Wicker (2024 SS, Chicago, IL) Plays with controlled aggressiveness. Hustler. Inside-out bat path. Barrel stays on plane a long time. Strength in hands and shoulders. Plus feel for barrel. 

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