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Top FB Velos

8/18/2019

Name FB Grad School Hometown
Reece Beuter 90 2020 Dike-New Hartford Cedar Falls, IA
Tyler Tscherter 89 2020 Gladbrook-Reinbeck Reinbeck, IA
Jackson Wentworth 89 2021 Waukee Urbandale, IA
Nick Kolze 88 2022 Romeoville Romeoville, IL
Caden Stoffer 88 2021 Prairie Fairfax, IA
Jackson Payne 87 2020 Waukee Clive, IA
Noah Van Veldhuizen 87 2020 Oskaloosa Oskaloosa, IA
Logan Runde 86 2021 Hempstead Peosta, IA
Nick Sharp 86 2020 Bloomington Bloomington, IL
Ben Taxdahl 85 2021 St. Thomas Academy Prior Lake, MN


East, West and North Game Highlights

8/18/2019

Jackson Wentworth (2021 RHP, Urbandale, IA) put together a strong three innings of work Sunday, striking out four and running a heavy fastball up to 89 MPH. The Kansas State commit has a clean and repeatable delivery, landing online and attacking hitters with a good three-pitch mix for strikes. Wentworth shows excellent feel to spin a curveball that flashes plus at times in the mid-70s, and also is able to command a fading changeup at 77 MPH. 

Caden Stoffer (2021 RHP, Fairfax, IA) was dominant in three innings of work on Sunday, allowing just one hit and striking out six batters. Stoffer attacks hitters with a lively fastball at 84-88 MPH, mixing speeds well with a curveball at 71 MPH. The Iowa commit has a tall and slender frame with plenty of room to fill out and add strength, and the right-hander shows an advanced ability to locate in the strike zone. 

Coltrane Rubner (2021 OF, Livonia, MI) continued what has been an impressive weekend at the plate on Sunday, collecting a pair of hits, including a double down the opposite line in left field. Rubner shows the ability to put together consistent, quality at-bats, and the Michigan native has excellent barrel feel and control in the zone. Rubner is currently uncommitted. 

Cole Robinson (2020 1B, High Ridge, MO) used his physical and athletic frame to continue generating power at the plate, hitting a couple of balls really hard in his Sunday at-bats. Robinson, who is committed to Missouri State, has some present strength in the lower half to go with good bat speed and barrel control. The first baseman starts from a tall and slightly open stance, swinging with intent to drive the baseball. 

John Kramer (2021 OF, St. Louis, MO) shows the ability to drive the ball to the opposite field at a consistent pace. Kramer followed up an opposite field home run Saturday with a loud double to left field on Sunday. The Mississippi commit sees the ball well, and shows an advanced ability to go with the outside pitch for power. The primary outfielder's bat speed and aggressive swing makes him a constant power threat. 

Hayden Moore (2021 OF, Edwardsville, IL) showed a good gap-to-gap approach from both sides of the plate on the weekend, driving a ball to left field for an opposite field double on Sunday. Moore has an athletic frame, staying loose in the box before showcasing a direct path to contact and excellent barrel control. Moore is a Missouri State commit. 

Gable Mitchell (2022 SS, Iowa City, IA) is another switch hitter that really shined from both sides of the plate on Sunday. Mitchell has a young frame with plenty of room to add strength, and the primary shortstop shows excellent bat-to-ball skills from both sides of the plate. Mitchell recorded a hit both to the opposite field and back through the middle on Sunday, and is currently uncommitted in the 2022 class. 

Sam Siegel (2020 OF, Sioux Falls, SD) had a hard-hit double down the left field line in his first trip to the plate Sunday, showcasing the ability to see the ball deep and drive it the other way. The South Dakota native has quick hands and a direct path to contact at the plate, showing the ability to drive the ball to all fields. 

Bryson Luna (2021 2B, Dora, MO) was on fire Sunday, driving the ball for hits in three-straight at-bats. Luna shows the ability to drive the ball to and through both gaps, driving a double to both left and right field on Sunday. The Missouri native has the ability to find consistent barrels, and his fast hands allow him to adjust well to off-speed pitches. 

Noah Van Veldhuizen (2020 RHP, Oskaloosa, IA) was strong over four innings of work on Sunday, striking out four batters and forcing soft contact. The right-hander sat 84-87 MPH with a heavy fastball, showing excellent feel to spin a curveball at 73 MPH as well. Van Veldhuizen has a physical frame at 6-foot-2, 205-pounds, and does a great job of attacking hitters with quality strikes down in the zone. 





West vs. North Game Highlights

8/17/2019

Isaac Bender (2020 SS, Coralville, IA) had a strong day at the plate on Saturday, recording a pair of hits and showing the ability to drive the ball to all fields. Bender has an athletic frame and good barrel control, and the uncommitted member of the 2020 class has some versatility in the field that makes him valuable. 

Gable Mitchell (2022 SS, Iowa City, IA) continues to shine at the plate, driving a backside double down the line in left field. Mitchell has a smooth swing and present bat speed from the left side of the plate, running well and showing great speed to get the hustle double. 

Jackson Payne (2020 RHP, Clive, IA) was impressive in three innings of work Saturday, striking out five and allowing just two hits. Payne was 85-87 MPH with the fastball, and showed excellent feel to spin a sweeping curveball at 76 MPH. The South Dakota State commit has a tall and slender frame with plenty of room to add strength. 

Bryson Luna (2021 2B, Dora, MO) drove a double to left field in his second at-bat Saturday, showing the ability to get the hands extended and catch it out front. The primary second baseman has an athletic frame and use the present strength in the lower half to create power. 

Coltrane Rubner (2021 OF, Livonia, MI) followed up an impressive batting practice with a pair of singles in game action Saturday. The Michigan native has an athletic frame with room to add strength, showcasing an easy swing with good barrel control and present power. 

Nick Sharp (2020 C, Bloomington, IL) drove a double to the gap in left-center field Saturday, driving in a pair of runs. Sharp has a fluid and smooth swing from the right side of the plate, ands shows some present power to and through the pull side gap when squared. 

East vs. North Game Highlights

8/17/2019

Tyler Tscherter (2020 SS, Reinbeck, IA) was lights out over two perfect innings of work Saturday, striking out four and attacking hitters with an advanced three-pitch mix. Tscherter sat 86-89 MPH with a fastball that features late run and sink to the arm side, and paired that well with a tight slider with late depth at 81 MPH. The uncommitted right-hander also showed good feel for changeup with late fade at 79 MPH.

At the plate, Tscherter added a triple to the gap in right-center field, showcasing excellent bat-to-ball skills and speed around the bases. The primary shortstop has a high hand set and slightly open stance at the plate. 

Logan Runde (2021 C, Peosta, IA) used a good three-pitch mix to keep hitters off-balance during three strong innings of work Saturday. The right-hander has a physical frame, and shows an advanced ability locate a fastball with late run at 81-86 MPH. Runde flashed feel to spin a curveball at 72 MPH, and added a changeup at 75 MPH. 

John Kramer (2021 OF, St. Louis, MO) did a little bit of everything on Saturday, cruising through two innings of work on the mound and adding an opposite field home run at the plate. The Mississippi commit has an open stance at the plate and shows present power to all fields. 

On the mound, the southpaw sat in the low-80s with the fastball, topping at 84 MPH. Kramer also showcased feel to spin a sweeping curveball at 71 MPH, giving left-handed hitters an uncomfortable look from a mid three-quarter slot. 

Hayden Moore (2021 OF, Edwardsville, IL) stung a ball deep to the gap in left-center field for a double in his first trip to the plate. Moore has a young frame with plenty of room to fill and add strength. The athletic outfielder and Missouri State commit has a smooth swing at the plate, showcasing present bat-to-ball skills. 

Nolan Self (2021 C, Sikeston, MO) ripped a double to the gap in right-center field late in the game, showing present power to and through the opposite gap with an easy swing. Self is currently uncommitted. 

Jackson Nove (2021 LHP, Fairfax, IA) tossed three strong innings on Saturday, striking out four batters and showing advanced feel to spin a sweeping breaking ball. The lefty has a projectable frame at 6-foot-4, 185-pounds, and attacks hitters with three pitches for strikes. 

East vs. West Game Highlights

8/17/2019

Reece Beuter (2020 RHP, Cedar Falls, IA) was impressive over three innings of work on Saturday, allowing just two hits and striking out three. Beuter sat at 85-90 MPH with a fastball that has late life to the arm side, and paired that well with a curveball that has 10-4 shape at 75 MPH. The Iowa native is currently uncommitted. 

Kevin Coe (2020 2B, Chicago, IL) recorded a double in his first at-bat, eventually coming around to score the first run of the contest. Coe has an athletic frame with plenty of room to fill out and add strength, and starts from a slightly open stance at the plate. The Chicago native is an Eastern Kentucky commit.

Shea McGahan (2021 C, St. Louis, MO) followed up what was an impressive workout this morning with an infield single he was able to beat out in his first at-bat. The Missouri commit has an athletic frame, with some present bat speed and a line drive barrel plane from the left-side of the plate. 

Andrue Henry (2020 1B, Dubuque, IA) was very effective over three innings of work on Saturday, attacking hitters with a fastball up to 83 MPH and mixing speeds with a sweeping curveball in the low-70s. Henry, who is committed to Kirkwood Community College, struck out five batters and allowed just one hit during the outing. 

Eddie King Jr. (2021 OF, Lynwood, IL) roped a double in his first trip to the plate on Saturday. King Jr. has a lean and athletic frame, and the Louisville commit can really create some power when squaring it up on the barrel. 



Batting Practice Highlights

8/17/2019

Noah Greise (2020 C, Omaha, NE) put on a show to open up batting practice, showing some present bat speed and power. Greise flashes excellent power to drive it to and through the pull side gap, and the Wichita State commit uses a strong lower half and naturally lifted barrel plane to consistently drive the baseball. 

Andy Nelson (2020 SS, Winfield, IL) has a compact swing with good bat speed, and showed the ability to drive the ball on a line to and through both gaps. The Iowa commit has some high-level athleticism and stays simple in a swing that is conducive to consistent, hard contact. 

John Kramer (2021 OF, St. Louis, MO) showcased a lot of power to the pull side of the field Saturday, driving balls to the wall with ease. A Mississippi commit, Kramer has an open stance from the left side of the plate, and his naturally lifted barrel plane allows him to be a constant power threat with the bat. 

Connor Camden (2021 OF, Littleton, CO) uses all of his 6-foot-2, 175-pound frame at the plate, showing the ability to get his hands extended and drive balls to the pull side. The Colorado native and uncommitted member of the 2021 class has present power to and through the gap when squared, and the swing stays simple with a toe tap load and line drive barrel plane. 

Coltrane Rubner (2021 OF, Livonia, MI) turned heads in what was an impressive display of power, driving a handful of balls over the wall in right field. Rubner has east pop from the left side of the plate, and uses his present bat speed and naturally lifted barrel plane to hit some towering shots that jump off the barrel. 

Joseph Harris (2020 1B, Marshalltown, IA) was another left-handed bat to impress Saturday, using his present bat speed and slightly lifted barrel plane to drive balls to and through the pull side gap. An uncommitted member of the 2020 class, Harris has a physical frame and easy barrel control that allow for consistently hard contact. 

Cole Robinson (2020 1B, High Ridge, MO) used his physical frame and present strength to put on an outstanding display of power during batting practice Saturday, driving a couple of balls way over the wall in left field. Robinson has present bat speed and swings with intent to drive the baseball. A Missouri State commit, the right-handed hitter gets his hands extended to drive the baseball to the pull side. 

Gable Mitchell (2022 SS, Iowa City, IA) continues to be one of the more impressive 2022's in the state of Iowa, and the switch-hitter was impressive from both sides of the plate on Saturday. Mitchell has excellent bat-to-ball skills at the plate, and has a high-contact approach to make consistently hard contact from both sides. Mitchell's power tool is more present from the left side at the moment, driving balls to and through the pull side gap from that side of the plate. 

Dalton Rudd (2020 C, Ellsinore, MO) has a tall and slightly open stance from the right-side of the plate, and showcase a compact swing and easy power during batting practice on Saturday. Rudd has a slightly lifted barrel plane and uses some present bat speed and barrel control to drive the ball to and through the pull side gap. 

Tommy Specht (2022 OF, Dubuque, IA) was another member of Iowa's 2022 class to have an impressive morning at the plate, showing an easy swing with good barrel feel and control. Specht uses a middle of the field to pull side approach, and his direct path to contact allows for balls to jump off the barrel when squared. 

Tyler Tscherter (2020 SS, Reinbeck, IA) used his clean and compact swing to spray line drives all over the field Saturday, and the uncommitted member of the 2020 class showcased excellent barrel control and a line drive swing plane. The Iowa native has an athletic frame with plenty of room to add strength, and the power could develop nicely as the frame does the same. 

Ben Sinnott (2020 1B, Waterloo, IA) finished batting practice with one of the loudest rounds of the day, consistently driving balls on a line to the pull side. The left-handed hitter has a physical frame at 6-foot-3, 220-pounds, and he used his present bat speed and bat-to-ball skills to make hard contact throughout the round. 

Top Exit Velos

8/17/2019

Name Exit Velo Grad School Hometown
Cole Robinson 99 2020 Rockwood Summit Sr. High Ridge, MO
Ben Sinnott 98 2020 Columbus Catholic Waterloo, IA
Will Fricker 94 2020 Park Hill South Parkville, MO
Al Holguin 94 2021 St. Rita Of Cascia Chicago, IL
Andy Nelson 94 2020 Wheaton North Winfield, IL
Nolan Self 94 2021 Sikeston Sr. Sikeston, MO
Andrue Henry 93 2020 Hempstead Dubuque, IA
Alec Patino 93 2020 East Sioux City, IA
Logan Runde 93 2021 Hempstead Peosta, IA
Noah Bright 92 2021 Henry Ford II Macomb, MI
Kevin Coe 92 2020 Whitney Young Chicago, IL
Joseph Harris 92 2020 Marshalltown Marshalltown, IA
Nick Sharp 92 2020 Bloomington Bloomington, IL
Coltrane Rubner 91 2021 Stevenson Livonia, MI
Dalton Rudd 91 2020 East Carter Co. R-Ii Ellsinore, MO
Ben Taxdahl 91 2021 St. Thomas Academy Prior Lake, MN
Nick Kolze 89 2022 Romeoville Romeoville, IL
Tyler Tscherter 89 2020 Gladbrook-Reinbeck Reinbeck, IA
Sam Siegel 88 2020 Lincoln Sioux Falls, SD
Tyler Schiller 87 2020 Hutchinson Hutchinson, MN
Mason Whiteside 87 2021 Fort Zumwalt West O'Fallon, MO
Korey Bunselmeyer 86 2020 Trico Senior Ava, IL
John Harrick 86 2020 Blue Valley Southwest Overland Park, KS
Eddie King Jr. 86 2021 Marian Catholic Lynwood, IL
John Kramer 86 2021 Lafayette Sr. St. Louis, MO
Shea McGahan 86 2021 Lindbergh Senior St. Louis, MO
Tommy Specht 86 2022 Wahlert Dubuque, IA
Jalen Martinez 85 2020 Waukee Clive, IA


Top C Pop Times

8/17/2019

Name Pop Grad School Hometown
Alec Patino 1.82 2020 East Sioux City, IA
Noah Greise 1.84 2020 Millard South Omaha, NE
Shea McGahan 1.87 2021 Lindbergh Senior St. Louis, MO
Nick Sharp 1.88 2020 Bloomington Bloomington, IL
Noah Bright 1.89 2021 Henry Ford II Macomb, MI
Dalton Rudd 1.90 2020 East Carter Co. R-Ii Ellsinore, MO
Korey Bunselmeyer 1.95 2020 Trico Senior Ava, IL
Nolan Self 1.95 2021 Sikeston Sr. Sikeston, MO


Top C Velos

8/17/2019

Name C Grad School Hometown
Nick Sharp 82 2020 Bloomington Bloomington, IL
Noah Greise 81 2020 Millard South Omaha, NE
Shea McGahan 80 2021 Lindbergh Senior St. Louis, MO
Dalton Rudd 80 2020 East Carter Co. R-Ii Ellsinore, MO
Noah Bright 79 2021 Henry Ford II Macomb, MI
Korey Bunselmeyer 79 2020 Trico Senior Ava, IL
Alec Patino 79 2020 East Sioux City, IA
Nolan Self 77 2021 Sikeston Sr. Sikeston, MO
Ben Taxdahl 77 2021 St. Thomas Academy Prior Lake, MN


Top 1B Velos

8/17/2019

Name 1B Grad School Hometown
Nick Kolze 85 2022 Romeoville Romeoville, IL
Al Holguin 84 2021 St. Rita Of Cascia Chicago, IL
Joseph Harris 82 2020 Marshalltown Marshalltown, IA
Connor Camden 80 2021 Thunder Ridge Littleton, CO
John Harrick 80 2020 Blue Valley Southwest Overland Park, KS


Top IF Velos

8/17/2019

Name IF Grad School Hometown
Andy Nelson 92 2020 Wheaton North Winfield, IL
Jackson Wentworth 89 2021 Waukee Urbandale, IA
Alec Patino 88 2020 East Sioux City, IA
Tyler Tscherter 88 2020 Gladbrook-Reinbeck Reinbeck, IA
Gable Mitchell 84 2022 City High Iowa City, IA
Mason Whiteside 84 2021 Fort Zumwalt West O'Fallon, MO


Top OF Velos

8/17/2019

Name OF Grad School Hometown
Dalton Rudd 89 2020 East Carter Co. R-Ii Ellsinore, MO
Eddie King Jr. 88 2021 Marian Catholic Lynwood, IL
Andy Nelson 88 2020 Wheaton North Winfield, IL
Will Fricker 87 2020 Park Hill South Parkville, MO
Coltrane Rubner 86 2021 Stevenson Livonia, MI
Tommy Specht 86 2022 Wahlert Dubuque, IA
John Kramer 85 2021 Lafayette Sr. St. Louis, MO


Top 60 Yd Dash

8/17/2019

Name 60 Grad School Hometown
Hayden Moore 6.65 2021 Edwardsville Edwardsville, IL
Andy Nelson 6.68 2020 Wheaton North Winfield, IL
Sam Siegel 6.78 2020 Lincoln Sioux Falls, SD
Gable Mitchell 6.80 2022 City High Iowa City, IA
Tommy Specht 6.84 2022 Wahlert Dubuque, IA
Shea McGahan 6.92 2021 Lindbergh Senior St. Louis, MO
Connor Camden 6.94 2021 Thunder Ridge Littleton, CO
Tyler Tscherter 6.94 2020 Gladbrook-Reinbeck Reinbeck, IA
Mason Whiteside 6.98 2021 Fort Zumwalt West O'Fallon, MO
Donavan Noble 7.00 2020 Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep Chicago, IL
Eddie King Jr. 7.03 2021 Marian Catholic Lynwood, IL
John Kramer 7.04 2021 Lafayette Sr. St. Louis, MO
Nolan Self 7.04 2021 Sikeston Sr. Sikeston, MO


Top 10 Yd Splits

8/17/2019

Name 10 Grad School Hometown
Hayden Moore 1.49 2021 Edwardsville Edwardsville, IL
Andy Nelson 1.49 2020 Wheaton North Winfield, IL
Will Fricker 1.51 2020 Park Hill South Parkville, MO
Shea McGahan 1.51 2021 Lindbergh Senior St. Louis, MO
Tyler Tscherter 1.51 2020 Gladbrook-Reinbeck Reinbeck, IA
Sam Siegel 1.52 2020 Lincoln Sioux Falls, SD
Gable Mitchell 1.53 2022 City High Iowa City, IA
Nolan Self 1.53 2021 Sikeston Sr. Sikeston, MO
Mason Whiteside 1.53 2021 Fort Zumwalt West O'Fallon, MO
John Kramer 1.56 2021 Lafayette Sr. St. Louis, MO
Al Holguin 1.57 2021 St. Rita Of Cascia Chicago, IL
Nick Kolze 1.57 2022 Romeoville Romeoville, IL
Donavan Noble 1.57 2020 Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep Chicago, IL
Alec Patino 1.57 2020 East Sioux City, IA
Tommy Specht 1.58 2022 Wahlert Dubuque, IA

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