10/16/2021 4:20:08 AM
Brooke Cunningham (2023, Colona, IL) is a strong athlete who can power the softball. She has a whippy swing action and shows easy pull power. She exhibits a classic righthanded power swing path that allows her to get a to a consistent contact point. This solid prospect will look good in the middle of a college line-up.
Addi Downe (2024, Norwalk, IA) has some quick hands and a flatter swing path that allows her to drive the ball especially well from gap to gap. On occasion, she can also muscle up and drive the ball out of the park. This young and upcoming standout will certainly attract a lot of attention from collegiate coaching staffs as her career continues!
Lydia Ettema (2023, Peosta, IA) has a veteran’s approach at the dish. She is a natural hitter. Easy and smooth to contact, she shows strength in her hands and advanced lower half torque that is generally reserved for players much her senior. This outstanding prospect is a certain collegiate standout!
Ashlyn Steen (2022, Cedar Rapids, IA) is at ease at the plate. This gifted and athletic lefthanded hitter can spray the ball to all parts of the yard. She has a consistent feel for the barrel and the ball jumps from her bat. She generates plus bat speed and sound strength through her core that she incorporates into every swing. She can drive the ball from gap-to-gap and shows the power to hit it out to all parts of the field.
Ryann Sanders (2024, Bella Vista, AR) is an old school “grip it and rip it” slugger. She never gets cheated and when she lets her hands work and utilizes her obvious strength and bat speed, the ball travels and travels far, in a hurry. She shows loud pop and easy power to all fields.
Teelie Super (2023, Bonner Springs, KS) is a can’t miss future slugger and college coaches should be calling soon and often. This powerfully built righthanded hitter shows incredible strength in and with each pass and her ability to drive the ball is natural and easy. She has mature actions and is obviously ready for the next level!
Bri Tigges (2024, Urbandale, IA) is a young and upcoming standout who will certainly draw attention from collegiate coaches as her career continues. This obviously strong lefthanded hitter attacks the ball with confidence and doesn’t miss the barrel. She is short to and long through contact and shows a special ability to drive the ball to the pull side. Big upside potential.
Lexi Whaley (2024, Fort Madison, IA) can crush the softball. She shows easy barrel power that is consistent and loud. She doesn’t miss. She incorporates a strong lower half into each pass and can drive the ball out of any part of the park. She is certain to draw a lot of attention from the college level as her career continues.
Aubrey Lensmeyer (2025, Ankeny, IA) shows advanced mechanics at the dish and is especially impressive considering she is only a HS freshman. This young and upcoming standout shows consistent plus feel for the barrel. She can drive the ball to all parts of the diamond but has impressive pop power to the gaps. A big future lies ahead for the talented young player.
Grace McCarty (2023, Marion, IA) cuts it loose. This talented lefthanded swinger gets into her legs and produces plus torque that she uses to generate advanced bat speed. She doesn’t get cheated. She has obvious feel for the barrel and the ball jumps from her bat. She can power the ball and shows plus pull side pop.
Maddy McDermott (2023, Walcott, IA) is a gifted two-way softball player. In addition to her impressive ability in the circle as a power throwing RHP, she is also an advanced hitter with projectable college level ability. She has easy and consistent actions at the dish. She shows plus bat quickness and a routine ability to go gap-to-gap with authority. Big upside, projectable ability that will draw attention from a number of college programs.
Ali Russler (2023, New Hampton, IA) just lets it go! She never gets cheated and rarely misses her barrel. Her strength is noticeable and the ball jumps from her bat. Her raw power is obvious as more than one of her well-struck hits left the ballpark. She could easily fit into the middle of a college batting order.
Rae Salyer (2024, Overland Park, KS) certainly doesn’t swing the bat like a HS freshman. She shows a rare strength generally reserved for only the very top prep players. She has a flatter bat path that shows a sluggers lift at contact. She can power the ball especially well to the off field gap. She also shows a unique ability to drive the ball out of the park with impressive authority. A high ceiling and bright future for this very talented young player.
Sydney Potter (2023, Runnells, IA) starts with a wide base and incorporates plus torque into a swing operation that is consistently sound. When the ball leaves her barrel it is loud. She shows easy power to all parts of the field. This slugger has a big future in the game!
Caedence Risius (2024, Des Moines, IA) is a solid two-way prospect in the circle and at the dish. She is especially impressive swinging the bat. She is a natural power hitter with plus ability to drive the ball out of any part of the park. Her operation is clean and mechanically sound. A plus feel for the barrel will allow this young slugger to only get better. Bright future ahead!