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2022 West Coast Prospect Showcase (08/13/2022 - 08/14/2022)


Orange vs Navy >>

8/14/2022 10:12:38 PM

Sebastian Uganda (’23 Huntington Beach, CA) shots base hit back side with authority, stays inside the baseball comfortably.


Trevor Sonnhalter (’23 Long Beach, CA) nearly leaves to the deepest part of the yard, deep fly ball that got down for a stand up double. Impressive display of current power will more to project as he fills out a 6’3 frame.


Julian Hines (’24 Glendora, CA) backside barrel into the left center gap, the hands stay inside the ball nicely with some strength at impact. High quality left handed swing.


Aiden Wood (’24 Chandler, AZ) displayed above average strength and bat speed on a loud line drive single to left. The ball really jumps off the bat.    


Colin Hutson (’23 Rocklin, CA) squared up a fastball that was high and tight through the 5-6 hole for an RBI knock, added a couple quality on the mound as well. 


Richie Burillo (’23 Eastvale, CA) impressive demonstration of how to square a ball up to the pull side, jumped off the bat.


Jack Stutz (’26 Los Angeles, CA) poked one out into right center for an RBI single, decent feel to stay inside the baseball with advanced barrel control.


Jayden Lujan (’26 Norwalk, CA) slaps a line drive down the left field line for a hustle triple. Moves well around the bases cutting corners with ease.


Ryan Herrera (’23 Northridge, CA) laser down the left field line for a stretch double. Short compact swing with good rhythm and plane to and through the zone.


Purple vs. Gold Highlights >>

8/14/2022 9:10:42 PM

Toby Lite (2024, Santa Clarita, CA) is standing out as a big time presence on both sides, and it continued on Sunday. Lite has made plays at shortstop over two days, ranging all the way to his right to make a sliding stop and flashing the leather. Good defensive instincts on the dirt. At the plate, Lite has present quickness in the hands to match plane from a higher set. The bat-to-ball skills are there. He roped one down the line for a standup double. Lite has made his presence felt in a big way and is uncommitted for the 2024 class. 


Landyn Thomas (2023, Garden Grove, CA) got things started with a loud opposite field double to right-center field. Thomas opened eyes with his BP session yesterday, and it showed up in a big way in game. His strong levers create some leverage to the opposite field with easy physicality in the frame. The strength stands out in a big way and is starting to show up against quality pitching. Big time performer and uncommitted for the 2023 class. 


Finn Whalen (2024, San Francisco, CA) was a big two-way standout. Whalen split the gap on a pull-side double and ran it up to 80 mph in relief. Big physical presence both ways, good strength at the plate. Strong steady hands that work to the pull. Can hop on the bump and show a potent two-pitch mix. Whalen impressed in a big way on Sunday, remains uncommitted for the 2024 class. 


Kendall Ward (2023, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA) had one of the more louder pieces of contact on the day, sending one to deep right field for a standup triple. Pretty simple, easy left-handed swing with the ability to turn to the pull side. Good hands and hip rotation. A real good piece of hitting on display. Uncommitted for the 2023 class. 


Devon Wilkes (2025, Oxnard, CA) was on the ball all day and found himself a loud barrel. The left-handed hitter turned on one for a two-run double down the line. Big, physical build playing up at the age and has some good strength at contact. Produced loud jump off the barrel to the pull side, something that can only develop as the frame matures. Name to keep an eye on in the 2025 class. 


Luke Bailey (2025, El Cajon, CA) ran it up to 85 mph in relief over three innings of work. The right-hander has a pretty firm fastball for the age and pounded the zone with it. Worked off a mid-70s slider with some late biting action to it when released cleanly out of the hand. It’s a potent two-pitch mix that opened eyes in a big way. Name to keep an eye on in the 2025 class. 

Red vs White >>

8/14/2022 7:53:27 PM

Braden Puapong (’25 Honolulu, HI) lead off the game with a frozen rope for a single into center. Impressive bat speed and athleticism. He added another hit later in the ballgame.


Joshua Siegel (’23 Redondo Beach, CA) adds  2 more runs for his squad with a base hit through the middle.


Jack Steidl (’24 Santa Clarita, CA) remarkable play not only to leap up and rob a basest but to have the awareness to deliver a strong on time throw to second to double up the runner.


Mason Walls (’25 Pearland, TX) smoked a ball through the 5-6 hole for a one out knock. Additionally, a couple dominant innings on the bump.


Daedin Chang (’26 Honolulu, HI) drops the head and wraps a top spin liner into right field for a loud two out knock.

Red vs Royal >>

8/14/2022 6:01:52 PM

Ethan Bingaman (’25 Redlands, CA) compact swing with simple striding load, led off the second with line drive into left and later came around to score.


Jacob Dagan (’23 Rancho Santa Fe, CA) impact bat that comes through with a RBI base hit through the middle. Above average bat speed and feel for the barrel.


Gregory Bologoff (’25 Beaverton, OR) stays hot with  backside double down the left field line. Showing to be tough AB for opposing pitchers every time he steps in the box.


Joshua Siegel (’23 Redondo Beach, CA) laser down the left field line, employs plus running ability stealing second and third base uncontested. 


White vs Royal >>

8/14/2022 4:22:59 PM

Grant Voss (’24 Bakersfield, CA) showed a couple of quality tools with the shot he banged off the wall in straight away left. Proceeded to steal third base uncontested. Plus runner.


Gregory Bologoff (’25 Beaverton, OR) the stocky framed lefty smoked a breaking ball back through the middle for a 2 RBI base knock, simple swing with aggressive passes through the zone.

3-Maroon vs. 4-Navy Game Highlights >>

8/14/2022 3:11:34 AM

Julian Hines (2024, Glendora, CA) found multiple barrels throughout the day. A short, compact path stays through the middle of the field well with feel for the barrel present. 

Tyler Pechetti (2023, San Carlos, CA) showed the ability to miss bats often during an impressive start on the mound. The righthander showcased a three-pitch mix with a low-80’s fastball and the ability to change speeds well. 

Noah Wilkes (2026, Apple Valley, CA) drove a ball down the left field line for a double. A compact swing with good bat to ball skills makes for a tough at-bat on opposing arms. 

Jake Fuentes (2023, Tustin, CA) displayed impressive power the pullside with a double to the left field wall. A strong frame helps generate loud contact that can show up in-game often. 

Lucas Hernandez (2026, Eastvale, CA) drove a ball into left field for a base hit, displaying a clean linear path capable of producing hard hit line drives regularly. Hernandez also showed some two-way potential, attacking the zone with a fastball that got up into the low-80’s. 

Aiden Bravo (2025, Rancho Cucamonga, CA) kept the hands back and hammered a breaking ball into deep left field for an RBI knock. A strong frame and good leverage within the swing helps generate solid pullside power. 

Jacob Imoto (2024, Oceanside, CA) was an impressive arm out of the pen. The lefthander ran the fastball 83 mph with good depth on the curveball at 67-70 mph. Imoto also showed some two-way potential, lacing a ball into center field for a hit late in the game.

Top Exit Velocities >>

8/14/2022 2:28:33 AM

NameExit VeloGradSchoolHometown
JJ Sassower892023Campbell HallEncino, CA
Ethin Bingaman872025Arrowhead Christian AcademyRedlands, CA
Gregory Bologoff872025WestviewBeaverton, OR
John Holtz IV872023San MarinNovato, CA
Jake Fuentes862023Villa ParkTustin, CA
Wyatt Malloy862025Palos VerdesSan Pedro, CA
Dongho "Harry" Shin862024Bonita VistaChula Vista, CA
Landyn Thomas862023PacificaGarden Grove, CA
Devon Wilkes862025PacificaOxnard, CA
Richie Burillo852023Eleanor RooseveltEastvale, CA
David Lee852025PortolaIrvine, CA
Miles Ott852025TigardTigard, OR
Mason Shulman852024CalabasasCalabasas, CA
Joshua Siegel852023Bishop MontgomeryRedondo Beach, CA
Trevor Sonnhalter852023Long Beach WilsonLong Beach, CA
Theodore Anderson842025Dunn schoolLos Olivos, CA
Brayden Ferguson842024Murrieta MesaMurrieta, CA
Julian Hines842024DamienGlendora, CA
Colin Huston842023RocklinRocklin, CA
Jack Nammack842023Mira CostaManhattan Beach, CA
Tyler Pechetti842023CarlmontSan Carlos, CA
Payton Smith842023Bishop GormanLas Vegas, NV
Hayden Woodson842025ServiteWhittier, CA
Alonso Andrade832024Bonita Vista Senior High SchoolChula Vista, CA
Jaden Burillo832025Eleanor RooseveltEastvale, CA
Kelvin Martinez832024Junipero SerraLos Angeles, CA
Jakob Ortega832024La MiradaLa Mirada, CA
Reymundo Peraza, Jr.832024Clovis WestFresno, CA


Purple vs Orange >>

8/14/2022 2:23:56 AM

Theodore Anderson (’25 Los Olivos, CA) big lanky left with a polished hit tool that he demonstrated on a leadoff line drive knock to right field. 6’7 frame that handles the stick well.


Landon Baker (’24 Boulder City, NV) athletic outfielder who ranged 40 yards in the right center gap to steal extra bases with a nice grab on dead run.


Donovan Rendon (’25 Covina, CA) dropped the head on a fastball that was roped down the left filed line for a 1 out double.


Aidan Wood (’24 Chandler,AZ)  Loudest barrel of the day in the left center gap for 2-out 2 RBI triple. Short compact explosive swing for decent barrel control.


Mario Gutierrez (’23 Corona, CA) approach that’s geared hard through middle, produced a missile through the middle for a leadoff base hit.


 Sebastian Ugalde (’23 Huntington Beach, CA) smooth left handed swing with compact direct path to the baseball, uses a strong lower half to generate some serious thump through the big part of the yard.


Reymundo Peraza Jr. (’24 Fresno,CA) violent left handed swing with approach geared through the middle. Turned around a quality fastball well below the knees, puncturing it back into center.

Yelllow @ Green >>

8/14/2022 1:54:15 AM

Eric Bertone attacked the zone for three straight innings from the left side, while not allowing a single hit and striking out 6.  Eric has a plus breaking ball complimented with a well located fastball with late arm side run.  


Elijah Stevens showed well today. Through his three innings of work he fanned 5 while not allowing a hit.  Standing at 6’6 he has plenty of room to fill out his frame.  As a 2025 he has the time to develop down the road into a real threat on the mound from the left side.


Alexzander Hernandez had an incredibly efficient outing today.  Throwing only 21 pitches in his 2 innings of work, he attacked the zone to every hitter.  Pitching to contact and letting his defense back him up.  Alexzander is a 2025 grad, leaving him a few years to gain some velocity on an impressive sinker. 


John-John Aguilar absolutely filled up the zone throughout his 3 innings of work, only allowing 1 hit and striking out 7. Getting up to 76 he has a frame that has room to grow and add some velocity and grow as a pitcher.

Top 60 Yard Dash Times >>

8/14/2022 1:41:04 AM

Trevor Sonnhalter6.832023Long Beach WilsonLong Beach, CA
Jacob Shannon-Wilkerson6.842024MoorparkMoorpark, CA
Ryan Herrera6.852023ChatsworthNorthridge, CA
briggs ellis6.952025OdeaHunts Point, WA
Tony Espinosa6.972023California Connections AcademyTulare, CA
Grant Voss6.982024LibertyBakersfield, CA
Jakob Ortega6.992024La MiradaLa Mirada, CA
Hayden Woodson7.002025ServiteWhittier, CA
Joshua Garcia7.012024EastlakeChula Vista, CA
Jack Nammack7.022023Mira CostaManhattan Beach, CA
Damico (DJ) Parker Jr7.032024GarfieldSeattle, WA
Joshua Siegel7.052023Bishop MontgomeryRedondo Beach, CA
Lucas Tiernan7.112025Spanish SpringsSparks, NV
Luke Bailey7.122025ChristianEl Cajon, CA
Jordanis J Duran7.122023John W. NorthRiverside, CA
Elijah Stephens7.122025Sage CreekCarlsbad, CA
Jacob Dagan7.142023Maranatha Christian SchoolsRancho Santa Fe, CA
Jack Stutz7.142026Los Angeles Center for Enriched StudiesLos Angeles, CA
Brayden Ferguson7.152024Murrieta MesaMurrieta, CA
Makani Nabarro7.152023DunnBuellton, CA
Andrew (Charlie) Cusimano7.162026Park CityPark City, UT
Charlie Orman7.172025El CaminoOceanside, CA
Stone Brownell7.182025AgouraWestlake Village, CA
Cash Meyer7.192026JSerra CatholicLadera Ranch, CA
Royce McKenzie7.212026Redondo UnionRedondo Beach, CA
Jacob Nold7.222026Tahoma SeniorMaple Valley, WA
Jack Terry7.242024BeckmanIrvine, CA
Gavin Huff7.272025Chaminade College PreparatoryChatsworth, CA
Troy Bruce7.282023Granite HillsApple Valley, CA
Martise Maddox7.282026St. FrancisGarden Grove, CA
Braden Michael Ruiz7.282024Mater DeiGarden Grove, CA
Landon Parada7.292024RoyalSimi Valley, CA
Carlos Reyes7.292024University PreparatoryVictorville, CA
Will Chappell7.302025Sugar-SalemSugar City, ID
Anthony Ruggerello7.322024Dana HillsLaguna Niguel, CA
Cameron Smith7.322023Junipero SerraLos Angeles, CA
Jack Pryor7.342024MoorparkMoorpark, CA
Ethin Bingaman7.352025Arrowhead Christian AcademyRedlands, CA
Jacob Imoto7.352024Mission HillsOceanside, CA
Dominic Longo7.362025MalibuMalibu, CA
Cooper Marinelli7.362025PortolaIrvine, CA


Top 10 Yard Split Times >>

8/14/2022 1:40:00 AM

Trevor Sonnhalter1.512023Long Beach WilsonLong Beach, CA
briggs ellis1.582025OdeaHunts Point, WA
Joshua Garcia1.582024EastlakeChula Vista, CA
Ryan Herrera1.582023ChatsworthNorthridge, CA
Jacob Nold1.602026Tahoma SeniorMaple Valley, WA
Jakob Ortega1.602024La MiradaLa Mirada, CA
Luke Bailey1.612025ChristianEl Cajon, CA
Andrew (Charlie) Cusimano1.612026Park CityPark City, UT
Jordanis J Duran1.612023John W. NorthRiverside, CA
Brayden Ferguson1.612024Murrieta MesaMurrieta, CA
Braden Puapong1.612025Mid Pacific InstituteHonolulu, HI
Anthony Ruggerello1.612024Dana HillsLaguna Niguel, CA
Lucas Tiernan1.612025Spanish SpringsSparks, NV
Ethin Bingaman1.622025Arrowhead Christian AcademyRedlands, CA
Jacob Dagan1.622023Maranatha Christian SchoolsRancho Santa Fe, CA
Braden Michael Ruiz1.622024Mater DeiGarden Grove, CA
Stone Brownell1.632025AgouraWestlake Village, CA
Gavin Huff1.632025Chaminade College PreparatoryChatsworth, CA
Jack Nammack1.632023Mira CostaManhattan Beach, CA
Landyn Thomas1.632023PacificaGarden Grove, CA
Landon Parada1.642024RoyalSimi Valley, CA
Jacob Shannon-Wilkerson1.642024MoorparkMoorpark, CA
Payton Smith1.642023Bishop GormanLas Vegas, NV
Eric Bertone1.652024DamienUpland, CA
Troy Bruce1.652023Granite HillsApple Valley, CA
Zach Chalfin1.652023La Costa CanyonCarlsbad, CA
Will Chappell1.652025Sugar-SalemSugar City, ID
Carlos Reyes1.652024University PreparatoryVictorville, CA
Grant Voss1.652024LibertyBakersfield, CA
Cooper Marinelli1.662025PortolaIrvine, CA
Royce McKenzie1.662026Redondo UnionRedondo Beach, CA
Joshua Siegel1.662023Bishop MontgomeryRedondo Beach, CA
Owen Branscum1.682025Peak to PeakBrighton, CO
Jaden Burillo1.682025Eleanor RooseveltEastvale, CA
Dominic Longo1.682025MalibuMalibu, CA
Joshua Brown1.692025Oaks ChristianCalabasas, CA
Tony Espinosa1.692023California Connections AcademyTulare, CA
Brode Gann1.692023IMG AcademyAgoura Hills, CA
Landon Baker1.702024Boulder CityBoulder City, NV
Jayden Lujan1.702026WarrenNorwalk, CA
Reymundo Peraza, Jr.1.702024Clovis WestFresno, CA
Jack Pryor1.702024MoorparkMoorpark, CA
Dylan Ramsey1.702025AgouraAgoura Hills, CA
Hayden Woodson1.702025ServiteWhittier, CA


Top Catcher Pop Times >>

8/14/2022 1:38:53 AM

Hunter Kaul1.922023ChristianEl Cajon, CA
Brayden Ferguson1.972024Murrieta MesaMurrieta, CA
Colin Huston1.982023RocklinRocklin, CA
John Holtz IV2.002023San MarinNovato, CA
Ryan Villanueva2.002024ServiteBrea, CA
Mason Walls2.012025Pearland DawsonPearland, TX
Jacob Dagan2.022023Maranatha Christian SchoolsRancho Santa Fe, CA
Donovan Rendon2.062025South HillsCovina, CA
Ryan Hirschberg2.072025Palisades CharterLos Angeles, CA
Cooper Marinelli2.072025PortolaIrvine, CA
Landon Baker2.092024Boulder CityBoulder City, NV
Aiden Bravo2.092025Rancho CucamongaRancho Cucamonga, CA
Logan Smith2.092025Long Beach WilsonLong Beach, CA


Top Catcher Velocities >>

8/14/2022 1:38:04 AM

Colin Huston782023RocklinRocklin, CA
Jacob Dagan762023Maranatha Christian SchoolsRancho Santa Fe, CA
Brayden Ferguson752024Murrieta MesaMurrieta, CA
John Holtz IV752023San MarinNovato, CA
Mason Walls742025Pearland DawsonPearland, TX
Aiden Bravo732025Rancho CucamongaRancho Cucamonga, CA
Hunter Kaul732023ChristianEl Cajon, CA
Jay Peters732023Mission HillsSan Marcos, CA
Ryan Hirschberg722025Palisades CharterLos Angeles, CA
Cooper Marinelli722025PortolaIrvine, CA
Donovan Rendon722025South HillsCovina, CA
Landyn Thomas722023PacificaGarden Grove, CA


Top 1B Velocities >>

8/14/2022 1:37:20 AM

Jacob Imoto782024Mission HillsOceanside, CA
Jayden Lujan782026WarrenNorwalk, CA
Makani Nabarro782023DunnBuellton, CA
Tyler Pechetti782023CarlmontSan Carlos, CA
Connor Tutino772025MoorparkSimi Valley, CA
Wyatt Malloy762025Palos VerdesSan Pedro, CA
Finn Whalen752024St. Ignatius College PrepSan Francisco, CA
Richie Burillo742023Eleanor RooseveltEastvale, CA
Martise Maddox742026St. FrancisGarden Grove, CA


Top Infield Velocities >>

8/14/2022 1:36:36 AM

Kelvin Martinez842024Junipero SerraLos Angeles, CA
Charlie Orman842025El CaminoOceanside, CA
Ethin Bingaman832025Arrowhead Christian AcademyRedlands, CA
Braden Michael Ruiz832024Mater DeiGarden Grove, CA
Jack Obrasky822024ArcadiaScottsdale, AZ
Payton Smith822023Bishop GormanLas Vegas, NV
Lucas Hernandez812026Eleanor RooseveltEastvale, CA
Bryce Morrison812026GahrMoreno Valley, CA
Hayden Woodson812025ServiteWhittier, CA
Richie Burillo802023Eleanor RooseveltEastvale, CA
Spencer Troise802023DunnSanta Ynez, CA
Jake Fuentes792023Villa ParkTustin, CA
Finn Whalen792024St. Ignatius College PrepSan Francisco, CA
Jonathan Abenoja782026FreedomOakley, CA
Jordanis J Duran782023John W. NorthRiverside, CA
Tyler Pechetti782023CarlmontSan Carlos, CA
Jack Pryor782024MoorparkMoorpark, CA
Julian Hines772024DamienGlendora, CA
Dongho "Harry" Shin772024Bonita VistaChula Vista, CA
Landon Baker762024Boulder CityBoulder City, NV
Dawson George7620240Landsdale (AUS)
Adrian Ruiz762026CoronaCorona, CA
Joshua Siegel762023Bishop MontgomeryRedondo Beach, CA
Landyn Thomas762023PacificaGarden Grove, CA


Top Outfield Velocities >>

8/14/2022 1:35:30 AM

Charlie Orman862025El CaminoOceanside, CA
Mason Shulman862024CalabasasCalabasas, CA
Luke Bailey852025ChristianEl Cajon, CA
Jacob Shannon-Wilkerson852024MoorparkMoorpark, CA
Grant Voss842024LibertyBakersfield, CA
Julian Hines832024DamienGlendora, CA
Trevor Sonnhalter832023Long Beach WilsonLong Beach, CA
Jack Nammack822023Mira CostaManhattan Beach, CA
Miles Ott822025TigardTigard, OR
Hayden Woodson822025ServiteWhittier, CA
Marcello Anelli812025Mater DeiNewport Beach, CA
Jordanis J Duran812023John W. NorthRiverside, CA
Hunter Kaul812023ChristianEl Cajon, CA
Adrian Ruiz812026CoronaCorona, CA
JJ Sassower812023Campbell HallEncino, CA
Kendall Ward812023Palos VerdesRancho Palos Verdes, CA
Bryce Morrison802026GahrMoreno Valley, CA
Mason Walls802025Pearland DawsonPearland, TX
Stone Brownell792025AgouraWestlake Village, CA
Makani Nabarro792023DunnBuellton, CA
Jack Pryor792024MoorparkMoorpark, CA
Luke Sanders792025Los OsosFontana, CA
Jack Stutz792026Los Angeles Center for Enriched StudiesLos Angeles, CA
briggs ellis782025OdeaHunts Point, WA
Braden Puapong782025Mid Pacific InstituteHonolulu, HI
Dongho "Harry" Shin782024Bonita VistaChula Vista, CA


Red vs White >>

8/13/2022 11:49:32 PM

Payton Smith (’23 Las Vegas, NV) durable athletic build with above average bat speed nail liner out to center for a leadoff base knock.


 Spencer Troise (’23 Santa Ynez, CA) quality bat speed to create loud action to the big part of the yard.


Jake Steidl (’24 Santa Clarita, CA) really nice over the shoulder grab ranging well into foul territory to the right of the first base bag.

Royal vs White >>

8/13/2022 9:58:57 PM

 Calvin Shaw (’23 San Diego, CA) dominant three innings of work with a heater that was commanded well to all four quadrant to pair with a legit frisbee slider. He generated a healthy amount of whiffs throughout the outing.


Ethan Luevano ( ’25  Santa Fe Spring,CA)

 Showed an ability to find to some barrel into left center field for a lead off base knock.

 Billy Peterson (’25 Rock Springs, WY) barreled up a shot In the right center filed gap for a 2 RBI double. Short compact swing with linear bat path.

 Anthony Ruggerello (’24 Laguna Niguel, CA) squared up an elevated fastball into center field. Later came around to score, impact player as a table setter.

Adrian Ruiz (’26 Corona,CA) turn and burn barrel down the left field line. Above average speed to square a fastball on the inner third.

JJ Sassower (’23 Encino, CA) nearly leads the yard with a shot to left central. Loud and jumpy off the bat. He later scored.

2022 West Coast Prospect Showcase Batting Practice Highlights >>

8/13/2022 8:47:49 PM

Ethin Bingamin (2025, Redlands, CA) showed a solid round that stayed true to two parts of the field. Nice hands, gets extended with strength to pull it. Can stay up the middle and sting some with authority. Athleticism in the box showed and impressed in several facets. 


Landon Parada (2024, Simi Valley, CA) has a loose, athletic swing that stood out for the age. Showed barrel whip from a shorter, relaxed set. Shows some strength in the hands when timed and extended. Can get into his legs and rotate well. Solid path with a build that projects.


Payton Smith (2023, Las Vegas, NV)  had an impressive round with solid pieces to the right-center field gap. Looks to drive it out front with plenty of strength and intent in the hands. Good build with lots of projection left in the frame. Good amounts of pop and control the levers real well. Real solid round that impressed. 


Gavin Guy (2026, Newport Beach, CA) has enticing power for the age that stood out in his round. Big strength with solid backside drive. Lots to like in the frame going forward and it really projects. Worked it to the pull and rotates well when squared. Power bat that should only improve. 


John Lovato (2024, Chino Hills, CA) worked the entire field with relative ease in his round, showing quality feel for the barrel. Matches plane well and gets on time consistently. Real solid round with hard liners sprayed to both gaps. Frame projects for more down the road. 


Damico (DJ) Parker Jr (2024, Seattle, WA) was a solid presence in the box, as he turned on pitches with intent. Real loud pull-side contact. Can turn the barrel over with present bat speed, whip to the hands. Strong frame that packs a good amount of power with plenty more in store as it matures. He was a big standout in several facts on the day. 


Dongho “Harry” Shin (2024, Chula Vista, CA) was another solid bat that found his fair share of barrels. Good feel for it with use of the entire field. Works it out front to create some leverage and really stays controlled with his intent. Lots to like with his potential and growth at the plate. 


John Holtz IV (2023, Novato, CA) has plenty of quickness and intent in the path. It showed in his round as the bat speed took over with plenty of hard liners to all fields. It’s a physical build with good quickness to the path that can be something to keep a close eye on. 


Hayden Woodson (2025, Whittier, CA) showed some leverage to the barrel with some solid pull-side contact. Controls levers well in the box and comes with good amounts of physical projection in the frame. Opened eyes with his pop and ability to give himself a mechanical advantage. 


Jake Fuentes (2023, Tustin, CA) showed some strength to the pull side in his round. Pretty simple swing that packs a punch. Physical build and it translates to the plate. Ability to create extension out front with good strength in the hands. Really consistent showing with the bat. 


Richie Burillo (2023, Eastvale, CA) had a loud round with easy strength off the barrel. Some whip to the path with good strength to pull it with authority. Loads into the backside well and really let’s the hands work. Impressive facet at the plate that stung a good amount of balls. 


Jaden Burillo (2025, Eastvale, CA) stayed inside the ball well and showcased a fundamental approach at the plate. Solid use to all fields, easy hands create extension through contact. Solid round in all facets with more to build upon in the frame. 


Mason Shulman (2024, Calabasas, CA) had easy pull-side contact in his round. Good amounts of juice in a physical frame that can also offer some two-way ability. Controls his strength and levers well. Big juice to the pull and it really stood out amongst the pack as the day went on. 


Ryan Villanueva (2024, Brea, CA) was another big physical stick who showcased loud pull-side contact. Can really show strength to that part of the field. Good intent and strength in the path really stood out. Creates some leverage to that side. 


Donovan Rendon (2025, Covina, CA) showcased a quick bat through the zone in his round. Some looseness and feel at the plate. Good hands and ability to match plane well. Strung it to all fields and really impressed offensively. Plenty more in store as the frame matures. 


Joshua Garcia (2024, Chula Vista, CA) showed some things to like in his round, present bat speed with quick hands that played to all fields. Can turn on some to the pull with good amounts of strength packed in the upper half. Physical, lean build that really shows at the next level. Some things to like going forward. 


Spencer Troise (2023, Santa Ynez, CA) featured a violent path that had plenty of intent. Separation in the hands, quick bat packed with strength. Found loud barrels to all fields, especially the pull. Stung the gaps and really played to his strengths. 


Makani Nabarro (2023, Buellton, CA) showed some easy pop at the dish with strong levers that controlled the field. Gets separated on a good lofted path, plays well to strength. Found barrels to both gaps and put together a really solid round. 


Landyn Thomas (2023, Garden Grove, CA) shows promise as the frame continues to fill out. The strength as evident in his round and turned on one violently to the pull to end his round. Showed a good, physical presence in the box and has a lot to work with in the frame. 


Reymundo Peraza Jr. (2024, Fresno, CA) was another big pull-side power presence in his round. Strong hands create bat speed on a lofted path. Gets the head out front and let’s the strength take over. Strong pull-side juice that really translated on the day. 


Brayden Ferguson (2024, Marietta, CA) had a polished round with some physical strength gains that can only add to his offensive upside. Worked it to all fields and showed solid barrel control through the zone. Solid contact at the plate and good extension out front. Good presence. 

Red vs Royal >>

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Braden Puapong (Honolulu, HI) fought off a tough inner third, finding some green in shallow right field for an RBI knock to break the scoreless tie for his red squad.

 DJ Parker (Seattle, WA) short compact swing with some loud impact off the bat, glides around the bases. Impressive display of athleticism.