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11-Royal vs 16-Orange Game Highlights

8/4/2019

Preston Knott (2021 SS, Arlington, TX) Good speed around the bases. Drove a ball deep into the gap in left field and raced all the way around for a triple. Really impacts the game with speed.

Weston Peninger (2020 C, Flower Mound, TX) Solid jump when working to the pull side. Really elevated and turned the barrel well on a ball he got to out in front and drove it to the wall in the gap for an RBI double. 

Zane Raba (2020 OF, San Antonio, TX) Inside out hand path with a simple approach in the box. Waited on an outside fastball and drove it the other way for a double to the opposite field gap.

Matthew Mitchell (2022 3B, Grapevine, TX) Displayed some jump to the opposite field. Inside hand path on a ball driven into the opposite field gap rolling to the wall for a double. 

Devon Brookins (2020 MIF, Desoto, TX) Smooth barrel plane with a simple, contact approach. Quick around the bases and showed off the speed on a double. 

Brayden Johnson (2023 1B, Colleyville, TX) Collected a couple of hits in the game with a level barrel plane. Swings it well and consistently squared up the baseball.

Kolby Bryant (2020 C, McKinney, TX) Athletic swing mechanics with a lifted barrel plane. Repeats well, and was able to drive the ball consistently. Collected two doubles including an RBI double in his first at-bat.

Eric Romero (2021 OF, Rio Rancho, NM) Lefthanded hitter with some pull to the gaps. Drives the ball well while swinging with authority. Had two hits in the game including a double.



Game Highlights Gold - 13 vs. White - 18

8/4/2019

Kyle Roosa (2021 MIF, Missouri City, TX) was lights out over two innings of work Sunday. The right-hander featured a heavy fastball at 84-86 mph, and mixed in a curveball at 71 mph on his way to four strikeouts. Roosa allowed just one hit on Sunday, and hid the ball well in his delivery to give hitters and uncomfortable look. 

Caleb Heuertz (2020 SS, San Angelo, TX) did a little bit of everything for the Gold team on Sunday, starting on the mound. Heuertz allowed just one hit over two strong innings, striking out five and walking none. Heuertz pitched at 82-88 mph with the fastball, and mixed well with a tight slider at 75 mph.

At the plate, the right-handed hitter collected a double and single in his final two at-bats. The double, a line shot down the line in left field, allowed Heuertz to showcase his ability to get the hands extended and drive the baseball. The primary shortstop has some excellent athleticism everywhere on the diamond. 

Caden Roeschen (2022 OF, Wylie, TX) had a loud double to the wall in right field in his first at-bat Sunday. The left-handed hitter has a really fluid and easy swing to go along with quick hands and some present power. Roeschen also had another well-struck ball to center field that was corralled for an out. 

Nicodemus Ruedas (2022 SS, Kyle, TX) had an outstanding two innings of work on the mound Sunday, striking out four and allowing no hits in two innings of work. Ruedas attacked hitters with a low-80s fastball that topped out at 85 mph, and the right-hander also mixed in a tight curveball that was tough on right-handed hitters. 

Benjamin Baker-Livingston (2021 RHP, Richardson, TX) continued to have an impressive weekend, going collecting a pair of hits on Sunday. An excellent diving stop kept Baker-Livingston from collecting a double on one of his base knocks, and the physical right-handed hitter has some present strength he showcases at the plate. 

Nathan Norris (2020 3B, Frisco, TX) had one of the more impressive swings of Sunday's action, driving a ball deep to the opposite gap in right-center field. The physical third baseman was also able to collect a hard single to the pul-side in left, and the present power to all fields was eye-catching. 

Game Highlights 14-Gray vs 17-Royal

8/4/2019

Chase Pendley (2021 SS, Prosper, TX) displays solid present bat speed with a direct hand path to the ball, recorded a 1-for-2 day at the plate and also turned in a really nice play from shortstop during the game.

Austin Hunter (2021 LHP, Houston, TX) hit a loud double off the bat showing quick hands and present bat speed to go with a well hit deep fly out in his final at-bat. Hunter shows future power potential and a projectable and physical frame, as well as the ability to run the bases well.

Dawson Buss (2023 LHP, Tulsa, OK) stayed behind the ball well enough to squeeze in an opposite field double as part of a one-for-two day at the plate. With a slender frame, that projects to add more size, the rising freshman also showed the ability to turn on the ball on the inner-half. Also worked three scoreless innings on the mound allowing two hits and no runs. 

Jakobe Mahon (2021 RHP, South Sioux City, NE) hammered a hard line drive to centerfield in his final at bat and also scored a run while tallying a one-for-two day at the plate, showing bat speed and wiry strength. 

The game that featured a slew of secondary pitchers for both teams, that all worked well in the strike zone, collecting nineteen punchouts and issuing only three walks over nine innings of work included: Logan Williams (2020 3B, Forney, TX), Jakob Gallegos (2022 OF, Humble, TX), Charlie Leake (2022 SS, Dallas, TX), Jackson Knox (2021 MIF, Georgetown, TX), Dane Jones (2020 SS, Frisco, TX), Anthony Rios (2021 3B, Keller, TX), Jake Krause (2022 OF, Southlake, TX), and Ahmar Donatto (2022 2B, Houston, TX).






12-White vs 15-Maroon Game Highlights

8/4/2019

Dominick Castro (2020 OF, Prosper, TX) Large frame with strength throughout. Really turns the barrel out in front. Aggressive early in counts taking the first pitch of the at-bat to the pull side gap for a double and would later come around to score. 

Cordel Gibson (2021 SS, Granbury, TX) Looks to turn and get the ball out in front and work the pull side. Drove a run in on a long and sharp line drive into left field for a triple. Added a double in the final at-bat of the game. 

Tristan Moreno (2021 OF, Seguin, TX) Really runs well moving around the bases. Drove a ball into the left field gap for an easy triple. Also worked on the mound generating soft contact with the fastball up to 82 MPH. Mixed in a good changeup with sinking life through the zone as well.

Andy Neal (2023 C, Grapevine, TX) Gap-to-gap approach with a longer path into contact creating some leverage. Gets the lower half into it well driving a ball into the opposite field gap for an RBI double. 

Stephen Ranieri (2021 OF, Highland Village, TX) Quick hands through the zone on an elevated path, Drove a ball deep into the gap in left field for a double off the wall. 

Matthew Rheaume (2021 3B, Houston, TX) Solid lefty bat with a full bat path, Pulls the ball well and drove a pitch down the line for a double. Also took the mound and was tough to hit through two innings. Mixed pitches well and worked off a heavy fastball at 81 MPH. 

Tyler Yancey (2021 SS, Whitesboro, TX) Was on base all game with a mature approach and a hot stick in his hands. Quick barrel allows him to get around the ball well and drive it on an uphill plane. 

8-Orange vs 10-Red Game Highlights

8/4/2019

Caden Norman (2020 1B, Bulverde, TX) Very fluid and athletic on the mound. Repeats actions well and creates sharp angle to the plate with arm speed running the fastball up to 83 MPH. Works the zone well and mixes in a breaking ball with feel for landing in the zone.

Jacob Morales (2020 2B, Frisco, TX) High contact oriented approach with feel for the barrel. Collected three hits in the game, all singles. Maintains a line drive plane and impacts the ball well.

Ryan Galloway (2021 SS, Georgetown, TX) Quick hands on a level path. Works well to the pull side getting the hands through and turning the barrel out in front. Went 2-for-3 with two singles.

Tag Allen (2020 OF, Duncan, OK) Really showed off the pop to all fields by taking a fastball to the opposite field for a solo homerun. Swings it well and with authority. 

Joel Dragoo (2021 3B, Beckville, TX) Solid combination of barrel skills with the ability to swing with intent and drive the ball to the gaps. Worked a fastball to the pull side gap for an easy double that rolled to the fence. 








Game Highlights Navy - 7 vs. Purple - 9

8/4/2019

Luke Hill (2022 3B, Port Allen, LA) laced a ball to the wall in right-center field in his first at-bat of the day, wheeling around with good speed for a triple. Hill then followed that up with another triple in his second at-bat, this time to the wall in the pull-side gap. Hill shows some present power to and through both gaps, and really flashes the wheels when he gets a chance to get out and run. 

Jonathan Greve (2022 3B, Fort Worth, TX) had a loud double just past a diving third baseman in the early innings Sunday. Greve was able to get the barrel out and hammer a fastball on the inner-half, jogging into second base with ease. The primary third baseman also made a couple of athletic plays at both spots in the corner infield. 

Jett Johnston (2023 3B, Amarillo, TX) had a great outing on the mound Sunday, running a heavy fastball with steep down plane up to 84 mph. The rising-freshman did not allow a run in his two innings of work, and he also flashed advanced feel for a low-70s slider with tight spin and late break. There is some present strength in the young frame, and the stuff is advanced for his age.

Marshall Hale (2022 3B, Cypress, TX) had a pair of singles in the game Sunday, lining one to center field in his first at-bat and one to left in his second. Hale has a smooth stroke and line drive barrel plane that leads to consistently hard contact. 

Game Highlights 1-Black vs 5-Green

8/3/2019

Arrington Eason (2022 OF, The Woodlands, TX) continued to show elite level speed and skills in the outfield by making a long ranging catch in the gap in left-centerfield and then repeating the feat robbing extra bases on a ball deep to the right-centerfield wall. Also, stole a couple of bases, scored a run and knocked in a run with a laser beam line drive to right field in his final at-bat.

Dillon Lopez (2023 C, San Antonio, TX) finished the game with a pair of well hit doubles, showing the ability to get inside the ball and pull it with authority, and also scored a run in the game.

Tyce Armstrong (2021 3B, Conroe, TX)  was two-for-three at the plate with a pair of doubles to the pull side of the field, has a projectable frame and can create leverage out front at contact.

Amar Tsengeg (2022 RHP, College Station, TX) punched out seven hitters in three innings of work on the mound, pounding the strike zone with a fastball slider combination that he effectively kept down in the zone. 

Will Thomas (2020 OF, The Woodlands, TX) worked comfortably 84-86 mph with his fastball with heavy arm-side run and slight sink. He punched out five batters in two innings and showed a tight breaking ball with 1/7 shape from the left side as an out pitch. Also collected two hits in three at-bats with solid bat speed. Displayed high level defensive skills in games and in the workouts as well.

Cody Rossman (2020 1B, Sapulpa, OK) punched out five batters over three innings of work on the mound with a compact arm action that helped create solid downhill plane out of the hand. Showed the ability to elevate in high leverage counts to get swings and misses with his fastball.






3-Gold vs 6-Maroon Game Highlights

8/3/2019

Chase Donovan (2021 RHP, Georgetown, TX) got the ball to start in the nightcap of todays action. He showed a high 3/4 arm slot, long arm action with a longer arm circle in the back. He showed some effort in the delivery, worked his Fastball 80-82mph mostly working to his armside. He showed ability to pitch off his Fastball and set hitters up showing batter a 11/5 shape Slider working at 72mph. He worked 3 innings striking out 8 hitters, while not allowing a run. 

Jacob Redelfs (2021 RHP, Frisco, TX) pitched 4 innings in relief in the game, striking out 5 batters, while only allowing 2 hits through his time on the mound. He showed three pitches for strikes and worked from a high 3/4 arm slot. He shows a good Slider that could be a plus pitch down the road, it worked at 74mph. He worked his Fastball at 80-82mph commanding the zone and working quick. 

Azais Garza (2022 OF, Conroe, TX) showed up his power this evening in the game, burning the CF and one hopping the wall. It was loud contact with good bat speed and control of the barrel through the zone. He shows why he has present pop at the plate tonight and will consistently barrel up the ball. 

Logan Tadlock (2021 SS, Baytown, TX) kept the bases busy in tonights action as he went 2-3 in the ballgame. He made consistent hard contact in all three at bats, finding the barrel every-time with good bat speed and quick hands. Tadlock showed the ability to let the ball travel deep into the zone and take the pitch opposite field, also showed off his speed around the bases for a triple. His last at bat brought an RBI in for a single to close out his day at the plate. 

Mohamed Harati (2020 SS, Houston, TX) showed off some two way ability in the game, showing some good arm speed on the mound. He also had a double in the game as well, shows good barrel skills through the zone and quick hands that get extended. He worked 2 innings on the mound working his Fastball 84-86mph T87mph, it had some late riding life to it, flashed CH as well that had good fading action to it at 76mph. 

Austin Munguia (2021 C, Austin, TX) had one of the more impressive days by hitting a 2-run Home Run deep to LF. He shows good barrel feel and consistent contact at the plate, he shows good bat speed with slight lift in the swing. Austin has quick hands that allow him to turn on the baseball and elevate it out of the yard. He also picked up a single earlier in the game up the middle, he has good plate awareness and shows an advanced approach.




2-Columbia Blue vs 4-Gray Game Highlights

8/3/2019

Collin Young (2020 OF, Magnolia, TX) Simple approach in the box with a quick trigger and short path to contact. Looks to create hard contact with consistency. Singled in the game twice. 

Logan Webb (2020 2B, Kirbyville, TX) Consistently made loud contact in the game and was able to use an all fields approach. Also showed off aggressive tendencies on the bases trying to take extra bases. Singled in the middle innings and would later double as well. 

Jesus Campa (2020 3B, El Paso, TX) Mature hitter with a high athletic ability. Really leverages his swing and utilizes his strength well. Swings with the intent to drive the ball in the air. Collected a couple of base hits in the game. 

Sam Betz (2022 SS, Fairview, TX) Shows strong hands at contact with a tendency to get under the ball and generate lift. Opened up the scoring in the first inning with a loud double. Would also hit a single in his final at-bat. 

Sterling Sutcliffe (2020 SS, Dallas, TX) Was very solid on the mound generating higher end arm speed through release. Was able to work a fastball with some angle to the plate up to 84 MPH. Also impressed with the bat driving an opposite field single down the line for a triple. 




Game Highlights Maroon - 15 vs. Orange - 16

8/3/2019

Zac Addkison (2020 RHP, San Antonio, TX) was dominant in his four innings of work on Saturday, striking out an incredible 11 of the 13 batters he faced. The physical right-hander allowed just one hit in the outing, the heavy fastball at 86-90 mph was complimented nicely by a sharp slider that flashed plus at times at 77 mph. 

At the plate, Addkison delivered one of the better swings of the day, driving a fastball that rattled up against the wall over the head of the center fielder. Addkison has tons of present power in the frame, and the ball flies off the bat when he finds the barrel. 

Brock Kuehler (2020 RHP, Colleyville, TX) was lights out over three innings of work Saturday, allowing just two hits while striking out eight. The athletic right-hander used a heavy dose of a mid-80s fastball to get ahead of hitters, and put them away some combination of the low-70s curveball with 12/6 shape and late depth, and the fading changeup at 74 mph. 

Samuel Connevey (2021 LHP, Pearland, TX) was able to effectively change eye-levels with a low-80s fastball Saturday, leading to three scoreless innings out of the bullpen. Connevey struck out seven batters over the course of his outing, and the southpaw has an easy and repeatable delivery down the mound. 

Devon Brookins (2020 MIF, Desoto, TX) ripped a single through the middle of the field in his second at-bat, showing off his present bat speed and ability to control the barrel. Brookins has a projectable frame and moves really well around the diamond. 

Kevin Soto (2022 3B, Kaufman, TX) smoked a double down the left field line in his final at-bat Saturday. The primary third baseman was solid in the field, and he has a very projectable class of 2022 frame. At the plate, Soto was able to get his hands extended and drive the inside pitch. 

Tristan Duke (2022 1B, Flower Mound, TX) made his presence known in the later innings, driving a ball deep over the head of the left fielder for a triple. The left-handed hitting Duke was able to flash some power to the opposite field, and he runs well, turning what is for most a double into the triple. 

17-Royal vs 18-White Game Highlights

8/3/2019

Christopher Pritchett (2021 OF, Burleson, TX) Hard line drive to the pull side gap for a double. Simple and fluid swing path with some jump off the barrel when getting out in front.

Benjamin Baker-Livingston (2021 RHP, Richardson, TX) Was untouchable through four innings. Heavy fastball that comes out of the hand well up to 89 MPH. Mixes well with a breaking ball with sharp break and a changeup with sinking life through the zone.

Nick Bell (2021 RHP, Baytown, TX) Was also very good on the mound working in the mid-80's and touching 87 MPH. Worked in a good breaking ball late in counts and didn't allow a run through 4 innings. 

Dante Cano (2022 LHP, Abilene, TX) Followed up with three good innings of his own keeping hitters off the bases with ease. Deceptive delivery throwing from behind the head and running the fastball up to 86 with fading life through the zone. 

Top Exit Velocities

8/3/2019

Name Exit Velo Grad School Hometown
Dominick Castro 94 2020 Prosper Prosper, TX
Tag Allen 93 2020 Marlow Duncan, OK
Dillon McKee 92 2020 Lago Vista Lago Vista, TX
Nathan Norris 92 2020 Legacy Christian Academy Frisco, TX
Cody Rossman 92 2020 Sapulpa Sapulpa, OK
Matthew Branch 91 2020 Grand Prairie Grand Prairie, TX
Tyler Hernandez 91 2020 Memorial Frisco, TX
Bryce Johnson 91 2021 McKinney Fairview, TX
Mason Langdon 91 2021 C.E. Byrd Shreveport, LA
Stephen Ranieri 91 2021 Marcus Highland Village, TX
Kyler Heyne 90 2020 Reedy Frisco, TX
Jett Johnston 90 2023 Amarillo Amarillo, TX
Tyler Lejeune 90 2022 Iota Iota, LA
Elijah Degrate 89 2020 Valley Mills Waco, TX
Marshall Hale 89 2022 Tomball Memorial Cypress, TX
Will Thomas 89 2020 The Woodlands The Woodlands, TX
Andrew Cates 88 2020 Midway Waco, TX
Joel Dragoo 88 2021 Northside Christian Academy Beckville, TX
Alberto Lara 88 2021 Bishop Dunne Catholic Plano, TX
Ryan Marquez 88 2022 Hebron Carrollton, TX
Sam Metzger 88 2021 Lake Ridge Mansfield, TX
Andy Neal 88 2023 Faith Christian Grapevine, TX
Weston Peninger 88 2020 Flower Mound Flower Mound, TX
Kellen Pokoski 88 2020 Owasso Owasso, OK
Canyon Rollins 88 2020 Grapevine Grapevine, TX
Sterling Sutcliffe 88 2020 Highland Park Dallas, TX
Collin Young 88 2020 Magnolia Magnolia, TX
Walker Bauer 87 2020 Brady Brady, TX
Sergio Guerra 87 2021 San Diego San Diego, TX
Jack Hanson 87 2020 Johnson San Antonio, TX
Andrew Hoegsberg 87 2020 Klein Cain Tomball, TX
Clayton Holt 87 2020 Home School Montgomery, TX
Daniel Gage Jordan 87 2021 Midland Christian Midland, TX
Aaron Oropeza 87 2021 Montwood El Paso, TX
Brock Kuehler 86 2020 Grapevine Colleyville, TX
Tristan Moreno 86 2021 Seguin Seguin, TX
Nicholas Richards 86 2020 Caney Creek Conroe, TX
Carter Rogas 86 2022 Hallsville Longview, TX


13-Gold vs 14-Gray Game Highlights

8/3/2019

Jakobe Mahon (2021 RHP, South Sioux City, NE) Solid barreled contact on a drive into the right field corner for a double. Large frame with present strength and utilizes it in his swing well. 

Austin Hunter (2021 LHP, Houston, TX) Threw four solid innings to start the game allowing no runs. Clean delivery from the left side getting up to 85 MPH with the fastball. Will also mix in a deep curveball as well as a changeup, able to land both for strikes. 

Elijah Degrate (2020 RHP, Waco, TX) Big righthander with arm speed through delivery. Works quickly and pitches with smarts on the mound. Fastball ran up to 84 MPH while flashing both a curveball and changeup, as well as a solid option in a sharp slider. 

Canyon Rollins (2020 1B, Grapevine, TX) Strong righthanded bat. Able to use the whole field without sacrificing the jump off the barrel. Drove a ball into the opposite field corner that one hopped the wall for a stand-up triple.

Brooks Gay (2022 RHP, Abilene, TX) Projectable arm from the right side sitting mostly 80-85 MPH in four innings with the occasional 86 and topping out at 87 MPH. Clean arm action and generates solid arm speed through release. Arm to keep an eye on moving forward. 

Nick Miller (2021 SS, Frisco, TX) Longer path into contact with some leverage in swing. Athletic actions and repeats well in the box. Smooth actions defensively as well with quick hands and strong throws.



Game Highlights Royal - 11 vs. White - 12

8/3/2019

Garrett Ziegler (2020 RHP, Spring, TX) was strong in his four innings of work on Saturday, allowing just one hit and striking out five. The tall and lean right-hander was able to mix his fastball at 79-81 mph well with a sweeping curveball in the mid-60s, generating some early and soft contact to pitch efficiently and effectively. 

Juan Garcia (2021 SS, Round Rock, TX) had a hard-hit single back through the box on Saturday, legging it out after a ricochet for an infield single. Garcia has an athletic frame with plenty of room to fill out and add strength, and he also played a really solid shortstop in this game.  

Ryan Marquez (2022 RHP, Carrollton, TX) had a loud triple to wall in center field on Saturday. The physical third baseman has a direct hand path to contact and some present strength in the lower half. The rising-sophomore has a really pretty stroke from the left side, and the physical frame is advanced for his age. 

Weston Peninger (2020 C, Flower Mound, TX) put his present power and quick hands on display, crushing a ball off the wall in left field for a double. A primary catcher, Peninger has a direct hand path to contact, and he was able to get his quick hands extended and throw the barrel to drive the baseball. 

On the mound, Peninger tossed three quality innings, showcasing a heavy low-80s fastball and low-70s slider with sharp break and late depth. Peninger’s has a fast arm from a mid three-quarters slot, and the righty gave right-handed hitters a really uncomfortable look.

Stephen Ranieri (2021 OF, Highland Village, TX) made an outstanding diving play late in the game, showing off a great first step and outstanding closing speed. The rising-junior has a tall and slender frame, and he went full-extension to make the highlight-reel grab. 

Alan Lopez (2023 SS, Tomball, TX) made a really nice sliding snag to take away a hit at third base in the late innings. The rising-freshman was able to showcase his good glove and quick feet, getting back up quickly to deliver a strong throw and record the out. 





Game Highlights 7-Navy vs. 8-Orange

8/3/2019

Mason Langdon (2021 LHP, Shreveport, LA) worked four innings on the mound, allowing just one hit, while striking out eight. Langdon shows a clean and repeatable delivery with arm-side run and slight sink from a 3/4 arm slot. He also was 3-for-3 at the plate with a pair of doubles and two stolen bases.

Matthew Branch (2020 C, Grand Prairie, TX) showed above average command and control over two innings of work collecting a pair of strikeouts while pitching to contact. Branch has a solid base with a stronger lower half that he uses well in his delivery. Was also, 1-for-2 at the plate with well hit RBI-single through the left side and barreled the ball for a deep fly out in his second at-bat.

Lane Brewster (2021 OF, League City, TX) scored a pair of runs and pulled a line drive single to right field in his first at-bat as part of a 1-for-2 day at the plate, and also stole two bases.

Chandler Koffel (2020 RHP, Arlington, TX) tallied eight strikeouts over the course of four innings of work on the mound with a fastball that sat 80-84 mph from a high 3/4 slot. With a long and lean body, that projects well, he pounded the strike zone and kept good pace on the mound.

Marshall Hale (2022 3B, Cypress, TX) doubled in his final at-bat to right-centerfield driving in a run as part of a two-for-three day at the plate. Hale showed some power potential in the bat and present strength in his swing to the opposite field.

Jt Bardwell (2021 LHP, Hot Springs, AR) worked three innings on the mound and tallied six strikeouts without allowing a hit. From a 3/4 arm-slot, from the stretch only, he plus feel for two pitches and pounded the strike zone.


Saturday Batting Practice Highlights

8/3/2019

Tyler Lejeune (2022 MIF, Iota, LA) is a 5-9/170 2022 but he has some of the best raw bat speed at the event.  The left handed hitter has a very aggressive swing that may have to be toned down in games but there is no mistaking the bat speed and the loud right centerfield contact.

Hayden Westenburg (2021 SS, Midland, TX) and Zach Zarko (2021 SS, Hurst, TX) are both undersized young middle infielders but both have very nice fundamental swings with great timing and direct swing paths that enable them to square up the ball very consistently.  Both project as high average hitters who can move the ball around the field.

Grant Metten (2023 3B, Dallas, TX) just came out of his freshman year and has lots of room to add strength to his 6-1/165 frame but he has nice present bat speed while hitting under control and balanced.  He worked gap to gap with some juice off the barrel and is a good bet to keep improving the next few years.

Camden Thrailkill (2020 OF, Copper Canyon, TX) is a switch-hitter with similar approaches from both sides, including a large hanging leg lift load, but has much better bat speed and timing from the left side.

Michael Buckley (2020 OF, Mesquite, TX) is 5-9/160 but he has very quick hands from the right side and swings with intent.  He showed both lift and consistency to the middle of the field and is a well rounded young hitter with potential.

William Phillips (2021 1B, Irving, TX) has good present strength and the ball comes off his barrel hard.  He looks like a mature hitter who is going to fill up the box score with extra base hits at the high school level with the bat speed to play at the next level after that.

Sam Stephenson (2020 SS, Springdale, AR) tested well in drills on Friday and is obviously a quick twitch athlete.  He showed that twitch in batting practice with very quick hands and present bat speed that led to consistent hard pull line drive contact.

Chance Reisdorph (2021 C, New Braunfels, TX) has plenty of physical projection at a slender 6-0/170 and a nice combination of bat speed and barrel command.  He moves into very contact very well for a hitter who starts from a very spread approach.

Devon Brookins (2020 MIF, Desoto, TX) had some of the best speed at the showcase, running a 6.53 sixty, and he has the same type of quickness in his hands at the plate.  It's a short line drive swing that made hard line drive contact and promises high average performance.

Riley Pipes (2023 C, Lubbock, TX) doesn't have the present strength of his older and more physically mature teammates but it's a very nice base swing that will certainly keep adding bat speed over the next few years.

Mason Kolar (2022 SS, Magnolia, TX) looks bigger than his 6-1/165 listed build and has lots of bat speed and ability to lift the ball for a rising sophomore.  He has some length in his swing but can whip the barrel head hard.

James Bodine (2022 1B, Centerville, TX) has some work to do on his body and athleticism but has big potential if he can.  His swing is loose and very strong and geared to driving the ball.

Brock Kuehler (2020 RHP, Colleyville, TX) is a primary pitcher but he best be a very good pitcher if he's not going to be more highly evaluated as a hitter.  He took one of the best BP's of the entire event, showing a nice low tension swing with outstanding next level bat speed and jump off the barrel.

Drake Dowd (2022 LHP, Arlington, TX) is another pitcher who has potential as at least a two-way prospect.  His left handed swing is aggressive and on time and the ball was jumping to right centerfield consistently. 

Joey Bonfiglio (2020 OF, Coppell, TX) starts from a low hand load which gives him lots of natural lift in his swing.  There is plenty of bat speed and he executes and repeats his power approach very well.

Morgan Pearson (2023 OF, Ardmore, OK) has an especially long and angular 6-2/182 build for a rising freshman and outstanding physical projection.  He gets into his hips well in his right handed swing and shows bat speed and lots of lift in his swing.  He has a chance to be a high level hitter.

Logan Whitling (2020 C, Holliday, TX) looks like one of the stronger athletes at the event and that strength really translates into right handed bat speed.  His approach is simple and direct and the ball explodes off his barrel with seemingly little effort.

Logan Williams (2020 3B, Forney, TX) is another strong rising senior with the same general type of low effort swing that hides the barrel whistling through the strike zone.  Williams hits tall with a loose and extended swing and very hard pull side contact.



9-Purple vs 10-Red Game Highlights

8/3/2019

Xavien Thompson (2021 OF, Waxahachie, TX) Strong and fluid swing mechanics with a lot of pop off the bat to the pull side. Really go into a fastball and drove it over the fence for a solo homerun. 

Mason Kirk (2023 SS, China Spring, TX) Solid bat speed through the zone on a naturally lifted barrel plane. Squares up the baseball with consistency driving a first pitch fastball deep into the pull side gap for a double. 

Jeremy Cavazos (2022 C, Harlingen, TX) Inside and compact hand path able to get around and inside pitch and pull it down the line for an easy double. Runs well and has some speed on the base paths. 

Izaiah Ayala (2021 RHP, Diamond Bar, CA) Righthanded pitcher with solid projection on the mound. Worked three quick innings utilizing an athletic delivery to repeat mechanics. Fastball with life through the zone at 81 MPH. Also added a double later in the game at the plate. 

Manny Garcia Jr (2022 RHP, Amarillo, TX) Quick hands and uses the whole field when hitting. Had a line drive down the opposite field line and into the corner for a quick triple. 

Jett Johnston (2023 3B, Amarillo, TX) Really squares the ball up with some consistency. Created hard jump off the barrel into the gap in right field for an RBI double. 

Friday Batting Practice Highlights

8/2/2019

Jake Jones (2023 C, Benton, AR) has lots of strength for a '23 and is a switch-hitter as well.  He was much stronger from the left side in batting practice Friday nice bat speed and lots of power projection that would be helped by a lower hand set to start his swing.

Tyler Hernandez (2020 1B, Frisco, TX) is another big and strong hitter who showed his power and bat speed well from the left side.  The 6-1/210 senior to be worked mostly in the middle of the field with lots of carry and one-hopped the centerfield fence on one of the hardest hit balls of the day.

Anthony Rios (2021 3B, Keller, TX) has strong hips for his size and age and really fires them hard to create bat speed.  He gets very coiled into his swing and explodes out of it with good timing that produced nice raw bat speed and loud line drive contact.

Sterling Sutcliffe (2020 SS, Dallas, TX) has a nice 6-2/186 build and a loose left handed swing with present bat speed and more to come.  He fired his hips well and showed carry up the right centerfield gap with good lift in his swing.

Jack Hanson (2020 OF, San Antonio, TX) had one of the best swings and best rounds of any hitter Friday.  He's a 6-1/180 right handed hitter who looks bigger and stronger than listed and had a loose and extended line drive swing that produced very consistent line drive contact.

Caden Roeschen (2022 OF, Wylie, TX) has some strength in his young 5-9/165 build and does a very nice job of exploding his hands at the ball with quickness and strength.  The left hander's swing is short but strong and can make the ball jump.

Collin Young (2020 OF, Magnolia, TX) took a very consistent round of BP, hammering line drive after line drive to left field, turning on balls hard with a loose pull-oriented swing with good bat speed from a spread stance.

Andrew Cates (2020 C, Waco, TX) has a big and strong 6-1/225 build and lots of power potential.  The ball comes off his barrel hard and he showed better than expected timing from a busy load that gave him good rhythm in his overall swing approach.

Zane Raba (2020 OF, San Antonio, TX) showed nice left handed bat speed and the ability to drive the baseball when he got his barrel and hands out and turned the barrel through contact.  The 5-11/180 athlete has good present strength with room for more.

Will Thomas (2020 OF, The Woodlands, TX) has nice quick hands from the left side and a high average approach that produced lots of line drives to mid-field and the pull side.  He'll continue to improve as he adds strength to his 5-11/160 frame.

Austin Hunter (2021 LHP, Houston, TX) showed some of the best raw power of the day.  The strong 6-1/195 primary left handed pitcher has a loose and strong swing with power and looked like a two-way prospect based on his batting practice.

Andy Neal (2023 C, Grapevine, TX) is extremely strong for a '23 and is able to overpower the ball from the right side, creating lots of lift and power.  He'll be able to get to that power more often with a simpler and better timed front foot load.

Dillon McKee (2020 SS, Lago Vista, TX) has plenty of strength in his 6-2/197 build and good bat speed out front to drive the ball.  His challenge will be to get better timing with his lower half before firing his hands.

Luke Hill (2022 3B, Port Allen, LA) was timed up from the first pitch with a simple and loose right handed swing.  He has a projectable young 5-10/155 build and is going to keep improving over his last two years of high school as he physically matures and gets stronger.

Bryce Johnson (2021 3B, Fairview, TX) has a tall and athletic 6-4/200 build and a simple right handed swing approach that enables him to repeat his swing and keep it short for his length.  He's very strong and well leveraged right now and has plenty of room to get stronger.

Grayson Hawley (2021 OF, Willow Park, TX)  has a strong 5-10/180 build and a short and quick swing that produced plenty of bat speed and juice.  He drove both alleys with some carry while staying simple and on time in his approach.

Caleb Heuertz (2020 SS, San Angelo, TX) had a very nice fundamental swing with good timing and nice loose extension through the ball.  His round produced almost all squared up line drives and showed him to probably be a high average hitter.

Garrett Williams (2021 OF, Forney, TX) hits from a spread left handed swing approach and shows quick hands that have some strength in them as well.  He got timed up quickly and projects to keep adding bat speed as he fills out his 6-1/175 frame.

Kyler Heyne (2020 RHP, Frisco, TX)  was one of the best hitting pitcher's of the day, showing nice pull power potential and an aggressive right handed swing approach.

Stephen Ranieri (2021 OF, Highland Village, TX) has a loose and smooth Right handed swing with good bat speed.  He got consistent jump off the barrel through his round with line drive pull contact.

Kendall Dove (2023 SS, New Caney, TX) has lots of growing to do to fill in his slender 5-10/135 build but has wide hips for his age and plenty off room to add strength.  He was a switch-hitter with a loose and well timed swing from both sides and a bit more bat speed from the right side.

Juan Garcia (2021 SS, Round Rock, TX) has a very projectable 6-2/160 build and a nice quick swing when he gets his front foot down in time.  He's going to keep adding bat speed as he fills out physically.

Mohamed Harati (2020 SS, Houston, TX) had some of the bet raw bat speed of the day, with a very aggressive move into contact from the right side and hard lower half rotation.  If he can barrel the ball up enough in games, he's doing to do some damage with that bat speed.

Lane Brewster (2021 OF, League City, TX) has some strength to add to his young 5-10/165 frame but has a nice swing base from the left side to build from.  He was well timed from the first pitch in his load and shift and squared the ball up well to all fields.

Matthew Branch (2020 C, Grand Prairie, TX) is one of the bigger players at the showcase at 6-1/245 but has a very loose and extended swing for his size and some serious pull side lift and carry.  Adding future strength, unlike the large majority of the young players here, one of his top priorities.

Jackson Knox (2021 MIF, Georgetown, TX) has good strength on his athletic 5-11/175 frame, especially in his hips and core.  He produced solid right handed bat speed and drove the ball well from a deep hand load.

Izaiah Ayala (2021 RHP, Diamond Bar, CA) is another right handed pitcher who took a nice BP and showed hitting tools.  He has a nice fundamental swing with good present bat speed and some pull side power.

Weston Peninger (2020 C, Flower Mound, TX)  needs to add strength to his 6-3/175 build, especially to stay behind the plate, but he has a very nice and well timed swing to build from if he can get stronger.  He flashes just enough whip in the barrel to let you know more is there potentially.



Game Highlights 5-Green vs 6-Maroon

8/2/2019

Arrington Eason (2022 OF, The Woodlands, TX) shows elite level in-game speed. He collected an inside-the-park homerun to deep right-centerfield as part of a two-for-three day at the plate with three stolen bases.

Kyler Heyne (2020 RHP, Frisco, TX) shows a well polished delivery that he repeats well, getting his fastball up to 85-mph with an extended finish. Collected seven strikeouts  over four innings of work. 

Cade Citelli (2020 RHP, Frisco, TX) worked an effective three innings on the mound collecting five strikeouts and allowing only a single hit. Pitched effectively in the mid-to-upper 80's, even reaching 90-mph from a 3/4 slot and effectively mixed three pitches for strikes. 

Cooper Hrbacek (2021 RHP, Abilene, TX) worked with an effective three-pitch mix between 82-86 mph showing a repeatable delivery with a quick tempo on the mound. He punched out four in three innings of work, allowing a single hit.

Colin Moore (2023 OF, Celina, TX) turned in a one-for-three day at the plate with a double that was made with high effort on the bases where he pushed the envelope out of the box and added a run scored.

Austin Miller (2022 SS, Frisco, TX) collected a RBI-double to deep right-centerfield as part of a one-for-three day at the plate in the fifth inning.

Garrett Williams (2021 OF, Forney, TX) hammered a deep automatic double to deep left field in his final at-bat of the day to complete a one-for three day at the plate.

Andrew Cates (2020 C, Waco, TX) barreled a ball to for a double to the fence in left-centerfield and added an RBI in the seventh inning as part of a 1-for-4 day at the plate out of the leadoff spot.


3-Gold vs 4-Gray Game Highlights

8/2/2019

Logan Tadlock (2021 SS, Baytown, TX) Strong hitter in the box with a leveraged swing path looking to elevate. Has some jump off the barrel when working to the pull side of the field. Collected a couple of singles in the game as well as a couple of stolen bases.

Carl Lind (2022 3B, Parker, CO) Nice combination of barrel control and speed to really put the pressure on defenders anytime he puts the ball in play. Drove a ball to the gap for an easy double. 

Daniel Gage Jordan (2021 2B, Midland, TX) Easy triple on a ball driven deep into the corner. Can really drive the ball with authority when working out in front and getting to extension.

Anthony Gross (2020 LHP, Cypress, TX) Solid lefthanded arm that started the game and went four strong innings allowing just a single earned run. Clean release on the fastball running it up to 86 MPH with sharp life through the zone. Also mixed in a looping curveball able to land for strikes. Would also triple in the middle innings at the plate.

Collin Young (2020 OF, Magnolia, TX) Displayed some good jump to the opposite field for a triple in his final at-bat of the day. Quick hands and can work the whole field well.

Hunter Dyck (2020 RHP, Dallas, TX) Very solid pitching prospect with an athletic delivery from the right side. Compact actions at hand break with a quick arm action to release. Sat mostly 84-86 MPH during his four innings but was able to work the fastball up to 88 and 89 MPH early in outing. 







Top 60 Times

8/2/2019

Top 60

Name 60 Grad School Hometown
Lane Brewster 6.46 2021 Clear Creek League City, TX
Devon Brookins 6.53 2020 Desoto Desoto, TX
Azais Garza 6.65 2022 Oak Ridge High School Conroe, TX
Tristan Moreno 6.66 2021 Seguin Seguin, TX
Tag Allen 6.69 2020 Marlow Duncan, OK
Sam Stephenson 6.70 2020 Har-Ber Springdale, AR
William Intfen 6.74 2021 Brewer Fort Worth, TX
Camden Thrailkill 6.74 2020 John H Guyer Copper Canyon, TX
Joey Bonfiglio 6.76 2020 Coppell Coppell, TX
Will Thomas 6.78 2020 The Woodlands The Woodlands, TX
Collin Young 6.78 2020 Magnolia Magnolia, TX
Daniel Gage Jordan 6.79 2021 Midland Christian Midland, TX
Max Garrett 6.80 2020 Mansfield Mansfield, TX
Zach Zarko 6.81 2021 L.D. Bell Hurst, TX
Zane Raba 6.82 2020 Reagan San Antonio, TX
Caleb Cotton 6.83 2022 Huntsville Huntsville, TX
Khalil Walker 6.86 2021 Mansfield Timberview Mansfield, TX
Jake Krause 6.88 2022 Southlake Carroll Southlake, TX
Mason Langdon 6.88 2021 C.E. Byrd Shreveport, LA
Dallan Quigley 6.89 2020 Monterey Lubbock, TX
Paxton Kyrish 6.91 2022 Flower Mound Flower Mound, TX
Carter Rogas 6.91 2022 Hallsville Longview, TX
Hayden Westenburg 6.92 2021 Midland Midland, TX
Michael Buckley 6.94 2020 Poteet Mesquite, TX
Sterling Sutcliffe 6.95 2020 Highland Park Dallas, TX
Garrett Jeffcoat 6.96 2020 Huntsville Huntsville, TX
Cooper Hrbacek 6.97 2021 Wylie Abilene, TX
Tyler Lejeune 6.97 2022 Iota Iota, LA
Canyon Rollins 6.97 2020 Grapevine Grapevine, TX
Jake Bonanno 6.99 2021 Southlake Carroll Colleyville, TX


Top 10yrd Splits

8/2/2019

Name 10 Grad School Hometown
Lane Brewster 1.52 2021 Clear Creek League City, TX
Sam Stephenson 1.54 2020 Har-Ber Springdale, AR
Tyler Lejeune 1.57 2022 Iota Iota, LA
Joshua Bain 1.61 2020 Johnson San Antonio, TX
Joey Bonfiglio 1.62 2020 Coppell Coppell, TX
Devon Brookins 1.62 2020 Desoto Desoto, TX
Daniel Gage Jordan 1.62 2021 Midland Christian Midland, TX
Tristan Moreno 1.62 2021 Seguin Seguin, TX
Jeremiah Fultz 1.63 2021 Life School Cedar Hill, TX
Jacob Stayman 1.63 2020 Frisco Frisco, TX
Camden Thrailkill 1.63 2020 John H Guyer Copper Canyon, TX
Reid Jacob 1.64 2023 Lovejoy Lucas, TX
Jake Krause 1.64 2022 Southlake Carroll Southlake, TX
Hayden Westenburg 1.64 2021 Midland Midland, TX
Aidan Busch 1.65 2021 The Woodlands The Woodlands, TX
Dallan Quigley 1.65 2020 Monterey Lubbock, TX
Joel Dragoo 1.66 2021 Northside Christian Academy Beckville, TX
Max Garrett 1.67 2020 Mansfield Mansfield, TX
Caleb Heuertz 1.67 2020 Wall San Angelo, TX
Garrett Jeffcoat 1.67 2020 Huntsville Huntsville, TX
Eric Romero 1.67 2021 Rio Rancho Rio Rancho, NM
Tag Allen 1.68 2020 Marlow Duncan, OK
Dylan Brown 1.68 2022 South View Hope Mills, NC
William Intfen 1.68 2021 Brewer Fort Worth, TX
William Phillips 1.68 2021 Macarthur Irving, TX
Anthony Avalos 1.69 2023 Pearland Pearland, TX
Jakob Gallegos 1.69 2022 Atascocita Humble, TX
Ryan Galloway 1.69 2021 Rouse Georgetown, TX
Alejandro Guerrero 1.69 2023 Moody Corpus Christi, TX


Top C Pop Times

8/2/2019

Name Pop Grad School Hometown
Kolby Bryant 1.94 2020 McKinney North McKinney, TX
Sergio Guerra 1.94 2021 San Diego San Diego, TX
Andrew Hoegsberg 1.94 2020 Klein Cain Tomball, TX
Dillon Lopez 1.96 2023 Holmes San Antonio, TX
Austin Munguia 1.97 2021 Round Rock Austin, TX
Conner Stewart 1.97 2021 Hallsville Longview, TX
Chance Reisdorph 1.99 2021 Canyon New Braunfels, TX
Andrew Cates 2.00 2020 Midway Waco, TX
Jeremy Cavazos 2.00 2022 Harlingen Harlingen, TX
Alejandro Guerrero 2.00 2023 Moody Corpus Christi, TX
Chance Oquist 2.00 2020 La Junta La Junta, CO
Aaron Oropeza 2.00 2021 Montwood El Paso, TX
Nicholas Richards 2.00 2020 Caney Creek Conroe, TX
Austin Guzman 2.03 2021 New Braunfels New Braunfels, TX
Weston Peninger 2.03 2020 Flower Mound Flower Mound, TX
Matthew Branch 2.05 2020 Grand Prairie Grand Prairie, TX
Tyler Jackson 2.05 2022 Wylie East Wylie, TX
Andy Neal 2.05 2023 Faith Christian Grapevine, TX
Gavin Trahan 2.06 2023 Teurlings Catholic Lafayette, LA
Logan Whitling 2.06 2020 Holliday Holliday, TX
Garrett Graef 2.07 2021 Aubrey Pilot Point, TX
Cade Keeler 2.09 2021 Heritage McKinney, TX


Top Catcher Velocities

8/2/2019

Top Catcher Velocities

Name C Grad School Hometown
Sergio Guerra 82 2021 San Diego San Diego, TX
Logan Whitling 80 2020 Holliday Holliday, TX
Weston Peninger 79 2020 Flower Mound Flower Mound, TX
Walker Bauer 78 2020 Brady Brady, TX
Austin Guzman 77 2021 New Braunfels New Braunfels, TX
Austin Munguia 77 2021 Round Rock Austin, TX
Tyler Jackson 76 2022 Wylie East Wylie, TX
Andrew Cates 75 2020 Midway Waco, TX
Andrew Hoegsberg 75 2020 Klein Cain Tomball, TX
Chance Oquist 75 2020 La Junta La Junta, CO
Chance Reisdorph 75 2021 Canyon New Braunfels, TX
Michael Weidner 75 2021 Lee Midland, TX
Matthew Branch 74 2020 Grand Prairie Grand Prairie, TX
Jeremy Cavazos 74 2022 Harlingen Harlingen, TX
Brandt Henderson 74 2022 Midway Hewitt, TX
Nicholas Richards 73 2020 Caney Creek Conroe, TX
Conner Stewart 73 2021 Hallsville Longview, TX
Kolby Bryant 72 2020 McKinney North McKinney, TX
Aidan Busch 72 2021 The Woodlands The Woodlands, TX
Bryson Campbell 72 2023 Anahuac Anahuac, TX
Garrett Graef 72 2021 Aubrey Pilot Point, TX
Dillon Lopez 72 2023 Holmes San Antonio, TX
Aaron Oropeza