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Pitching Highlights

8/4/2019

James Hays (2023 3B, Hawkinsville, GA) uses a projectable frame and loose arm action to produce a fastball up to 83 mph. His arm speed projects as well as he sits on his back leg properly and drives to the plate. 

Luke Dotson (2023 LHP, Lake City, FL) is a wiry lefthander with projectable stuff as well. His fastball, up to 82, jumps out of his hand with plenty of balance and deception to his delivery. He also shows an advanced feel to spin the baseball.

Dylan Cupp (2023 SS, Cedartown, GA) is a primary shortstop with a feel to pitch as well with a fastball, changeup combination. His arm is loose and quick as he repeats and works down the mound online. 

Gabriel Flores (2022 OF, Longview, TX) has a fast arm that is loose and works. Flores has a fastball that sinks to the plate and can maintain arm speed with all three of his solid offerings. 

Cooper Milford (2023 OF, Cumming, GA) has a quick delivery and a full arm action. He uses all three of his pitches well and stays in the lower third of the zone with his command. 

Brennan Greer (2023 3B, San Antonio, TX) sits in the 77-82 mph with his fastball and uses a loose arm action to do so. He gets online with his delivery using his lower half to drive down the mound with a breaking ball that flashes potential as well. 

Andy Hernandez (2023 OF, Hialeah, FL) sat 83-84 in a quick look on the mound. Hernandez creates deception on the mound releasing from an extended three-quarters arm slot with plenty of looseness to his arm stroke. 

Chris Knier (2023 OF, Jensen Beach, FL) sits in the low-80s with his fastball and an 11-to-5 curveball. He stays online with his lower half and can get to both sides of the plate with both of his offerings. His arm action is loose and easy releasing from a high three-quarters arm slot.

Cade Kurland (2023 SS, Tampa, FL) showcased his high 3/4 arm slot and full arm action. He has smooth, fluid, repeatable mechanics and uses his entire body well. His FB was up to 83 MPH with lots of life. He filled the zone with strikes and mixed in his 72 mph CB and 74 mph CH well.

Colton Wombles (2023 C, Salem, AL) is a primary catcher but looked very comfortable on the mound today. His 80 mph FB has great armside run and he kept it low in the zone. He also flashed a 12/6 CB that had late break. He is a very athletic player. 

Dillon DeSpain (2023 RHP, Hawthorne, CA) showcased his projectable frame as he stood tall on the mound. His 81 mph FB came from over the top with a full arm action. He has easy mechanics and uses his lower half well.

Ethan Robinson (2023 RHP, Antioch, TN) has a mature presence on the mound with his FB that sat 87-88 mph with lots of life and armside run. He gets great extension on his FB and mixes in a 65 mph CB that has late bite and will get lots of swing and misses. He creates great downhill plane with his long, loose arm and is an all around athlete.

Damian Jose Ortiz (2022 OF, Guayama, PR) stands tall on the mound and looks very athletic. He throws from a 3/4 arm slot with short arm action. He creates good downhill plane with some armside run. His delivery is very deceptive as he hides the ball well. His FB topped out at 83 mph but he also flashed a 76 mph sweeping SL.

Miles Preston Ghossein (2024 SS, West Hills, CA) has a whippy arm action with a high 3/4 arm slot. He kept his 82 mph FB down in the zone and had good life to it. He has a very projectable frame.

Ryan Sprock (2022 3B, Morristown, NJ) sat 85-87 mph with his heavy FB. He has a strong lower that he uses well to create power. He threw an advanced CH for strikes that will be his best out pitch. 

Bobby Fleming (2022 OF, Great Falls, VA) showcased his deceptive delivery with a 85 mph FB that has good armside run. It also had some life to it as he kept it low in the zone. His CH had good sink and is deceiving from his FB. His 72 mph CB was sharp with tight break at 11/5.

Chris Arroyo (2022 OF, Coral Springs, FL) is a big lefty with long arms and strong lower half. He throws from a high 3/4 slot and uses his legs well. His FB sat 80-83 mph and was heavy. He kept his CH in the bottom of the zone and was deceiving from his FB.

Ryan Rusk (2023 3B, Kingwood, TX) mpressed showing off four well developed pitches. The Texas native spotted his 4-seam and 2-seam fastball to both sides of the plate, following his fastballs up with a 12/6 curveball and a changeup with solid arm side run.

Jackson McKenzie (2023 1B, Pace, FL) LHP from Pace, FL, sat 82-84 pounding the zone throughout his outing. The Mississippi State commit showed off his hard-biting curveball and a well-developed changeup. Jackson was consistent in painting the corners with each of his four pitches. 


Cale Comeaux (2023 3B, Breaux Bridge, LA) offset his solid fastball with two well-developed off-speed pitches. The Louisiana native sat 78-79 with his fastball, mixing it up with a nasty changeup and a tight 11/5 curveball. 

Vincent Velez (2022 1B, Norwalk, CT) stood tall on the mound with his 6-1 frame. Velez had an extremely consistent delivery, pounding the zone with a firm fastball, accented by a curveball and a splitter that had heavy arm side run and sink. 


14u National BP Highlights

8/3/2019

Brayden Sharp (2023 OF, The Woodlands, TX) took a very consistent round of BP with a loose swing and the ability to turn the barrel over with intent. The barrel skills are evident and the swing creates some barrel whip while being very consistent off the bat. 

Blake Grimmer (2023 SS, Spring Lake, MI) has very fast hands and turned the barrel over with intent. The swing path projects as does the raw hand and bat speed with projection for additional power evident. 

Justin Best (2023 OF, Cornelius, NC) has very good raw, projectable power from the left side with an uphill path at contact. Best turns the barrel over and generates carry to pull while those long shots will eventually be long shots to pull at maturity. 

Cam Collier (2023 3B, Austell, GA) showed some of the best raw juice of the event with short, direct path and plenty of hand strength at the point of contact with hard contact to all parts of the field

Robert Ruais (2023 OF, Celina, TX) managed to launch one down the line from the left side of the plate for a home run, staying shorter to the ball with lift through the point of contact and the makings of sound bat speed.

Blake Brown (2023 SS, Montgomery, TX) showed a loose and easy stroke in the righthanded batter’s box, generating extension out front with nice leverage at the point of contact. He projects nicely as he continues to fill out and unlock additional torque with his lower half.

Jayce Blalock (2022 OF, Grantville, GA) showed some of the better bat speed on the White team, staying pretty direct to the ball with sound contact coming off the barrel when squared.

Nikolas Sanders (2023 C, Waco, TX) started off the Black team with a bang, sending a couple of balls to the wall in left field, generating leverage and bat speed through the zone to impact the baseball at the point of contact.

Jerson Martin (2023 C, Norman, OK) showed quick hands through the zone with a linear path, creating hard line drive to the pull side. He’s a projectable 6-foot/190-pounds in the box and shows nice tools to project upon.

Steven Milam (2023 SS, Las Cruces, NM) is a young switch-hitter who showed a nice present feel for the barrel from both sides of the plate. His swing from the right side shows looseness and quickness, generating extension out front and steady contact to his pull side.

Jaxon Willits (2023 SS, Fort Cobb, OK) had a good showing especially from the left side with strength to contact and plenty of bat speed. He creates leverage to his path and the Oklahoma commit creates plenty of projectable jump off of the barrel moving forward.

Carl Schmidt (2023 SS, Petaluma, CA) has a level swing plane with line drive contact that he displayed during his round of BP. His shift into contact gets big at times but he uses it to create good bat speed and pull side jump.

Pablo Santos (2022 SS, Jersey City, NJ) uses a slightly open stance and plenty of bat speed to create jump off of the barrel and pull side pop. Santos laced several balls with high exit velocities to the left-center field gap during his round of batting practice.

Hiro Wyatt (2023 RHP, Westport, CT) has juice in his swing especially to the middle of the field. There is a lift present in his swing and plenty of hand speed present when moving into contact.

Steven Spalitta (2023 C, Mandeville, LA) showed plenty of speed to his hands to the point of contact. He uses a line drive swing plane with loose hands and gets the bat through the zone with his leg lift trigger. 

Nolan Schubart (2022 1B, Durand, MI) has huge power potential that he displayed during his round. His lefthanded swing projects well as does his frame as he connected on a homerun to his pull side during his round. 

Seth Keller (2022 SS, Rockville, VA) had a loud round with present bat speed looking to launch the baseball into the air. He does so effectively with a clean swing, strong hands and plenty of strength at impact. 

Miguel Elias Villar Medina (2023 OF, Santo Domingo, SD) balances well on his back leg and shifts into contact with a leg lift trigger. The bat speed is raw with plenty of projectable pull side pop. 

Brayden Buchanan (2023 C, Austin, TX) is a physically advanced catcher with a strong swing at the plate and lift to the middle of the field. He hits the ball out in front with plenty of barrel ability. 
 
Ariel Antigua (2023 SS, Lake Worth, FL) flashed strength to his pull side with an open stance and lift to his swing path. Antigua is a physical righthanded hitting infielder with plenty of twitch and room to get stronger. 

Eduardo Balboa (2023 3B, Weslaco, TX) has a strong and physical frame with plenty of power and bat speed present in his swing.  

TJ Dunsford (2023 3B, Grand Bay, AL) has a line drive swing plane with the ability to meet the baseball out in front. He looks to lift the baseball with strength to the pull side. 

Aidan Espinoza (2023 OF, Huntington Beach, CA) creates jump off of his barrel with strength and loft to his swing plane. He looks to drive and lift the baseball to the pull side with a low hand set and a clean weight shift. 

Tommy Roldan (2023 LHP, Poolesville, MD) takes a short stride into contact with ease to his stroke. He meets the baseball out in front and can lift the ball with projectable juice. 

Chase Krewson (2023 OF, Bridgeville, PA) has a leg lift trigger and a line drive swing plane that he can work to all parts of the field. His hands are loose and he consistently found the bareel during his round of batting practice. 

Chris Arroyo (2022 OF, Coral Springs, FL) has a balanced and easy swing with quickness to his hands. Arroyo worked the baseball to the middle of the field flashing leverage to his path. 

Ryan Sprock (2022 3B, Morristown, NJ) takes a big stride into contact with a loud barrel and intent into contact. There is present jump to his impact ability with juice especially to the pull side. 

Alex Stanyek (2023 OF, Holmdel, NJ) flashed bat speed and torques his hips well to create hard contact off of the barrel. He took an extremely consistent round and can work to the pull side with comfort. 

Frank Estrada (2023 SS, Fontana, CA) gets extended out in front of the plate and shifts nicely through contact. The swing path gets uphill at times but the path is clean and projectable with some upside as he fills out. 


Wesley Mendes (2023 LHP, Tampa, FL) has a slightly open stance and a downhill palne to the point of contact. He shifts well with a line drive approach and executed it well. 

Andrew Ripepi (2022 3B, McMurray, PA) showed some of the best power in the event with pull pop. His hands are very quick and he shifts with intent to drive the baseball. 

Zach Wadas (2023 1B, Phoenix, AZ) has an open stance and plenty of bat speed to his swing path. The lefthanded hitting first baseman meets the ball out in front with the ability to work to both gaps with projectable strength. 

Diego Garza Suarez (2023 RHP, Monterrey, NL) has real strength to his impact ability shifting well and swings with plenty of intent. He is controlled at the plate and repeats well with his toe tap trigger used for timing. 

Connor Fosnow (2022 SS, Longwood, FL) has juice to his swing with a direct hand path. He projects really well with additional power he can unlock with added lower half involvement. 

Braden Holcomb (2023 SS, Ocoee, FL) has a full path through the hitting zone with leverage and plenty of strength when on time. Holcomb has prodigious raw power and projects to be one of the better power hitters in the class. 

Joaan De Jesus (2023 SS, Santo Domingo, NC) has plenty of bat speed and uses a leg lift trigger to create it. De Jesus has an athletic stroke at the dish with plenty of barrel whip and strength through the point of impact. 

Ryan Jaros (2023 3B, Cranford, NJ) showed good balance with a smile lower half stride toward the target. The hands are quick with gap shots to both sides of the field and rotates his hips nicely through the finish. 

Mel Rubiera (2022 OF, Miami, FL) has a fast bat and twitchy hands as he turns the barrel over with intent. He works to the pull side very consistently with a line drive swing plane and approach. 

Dean West (2023 OF, Woodland Hills, CA) has very fast hands with a good amount of line drive contact to the middle of the field and pull side. He turns the barrel over aggressively with a good amount of repeatability to the swing. 

Nikau Pouaka-Grego (2023 SS, Melbourne, VI) shows good comfort and rhythm in the batter's box as he rocks into the swing from the load. The ball gets some carry off the barrel with some sneaky pop to the pull side and good body control. 

Savier Paige (2022 SS, Hartford, CT) has very quick hands and keeps the swing path compact through the hitting zone. He worked the swing to both fields with a very controlled stroke and a whippy barrel head. 

Lathan Van Ausdall (2023 SS, Allen, TX) has a simple and compact stroke with good bat speed and a big leg lift trigger into contact that gets his lower half moving. He created well-struck pull side contact with consistency during the round. 

Kevin Jaxel (2022 RHP, Congers, NY) is a big, physical righthanded hitter with a surprisingly short and simple stroke. He gets his hands through the hitting zone nicely and the path projects for power with additional unlocking of the lower half. 

Andrew Dunford (2023 RHP, Centerville, GA) has impressive raw bat speed with aggressive hacks in the batter's box. Dunford creates very good impact through the point of extension with strength. 

Hector Osvaldo Santos Espinal (2024 IF, Santo Domingo, NC) works through the baseball with his hips and lower half and creates some barrel whip too. There's young bat speed with a pretty solid mechanical profile to project upon. 

Gregory Bruno (2023 RHP, Staten Island, NY)  pumps his hands into the swing to create some whip and momentum to the pull side of the field. Works into the air with a leveraged stroke and projects for power given future strength. 

Owen Egan (2023 OF, Yucaipa, CA) is quiet in the box but creates a good amount of controlled explosion through his finish. There's obvious bat speed and impact strength with present juice to pull and will be more effective as he maintains his front side. 

Ryan Weingartner (2022 SS, Berlin, NJ) swings with intent and gets his weight moving nicely through contact as he turns the barrel over. Loads onto his backside well and really drives forward with strength through extension. 

Karson Bowen (2022 C, Anaheim Hills, CA) is supremely physical with excellent strength, bat speed, and leverage to create big power to pull. Bowen is very strong and drives off his back hip nicely to really create some rear leg drive through the finish. 

Cade Kurland (2023 SS, Tampa, FL) has excellent hands with some buggy whip and looseness to both the hands and the swing. He creates good bat speed through his lower half and drives liners to all parts of the field. 

Brooks Bryan (2022 C, Opelika, AL) is a very physical lefthanded hitter with lots of bat speed and leverage to the swing plane. Bryan gets out in front to create strength to the power alley with excellent jump off the barrel. 

Nicolas Senese (2022 SS, Senoia, GA) has a smooth swing plane from the right side with natural loft as he gets out and drives the ball out in front. He stays on plane nicely working to the middle of the field and has one of the more consistent approaches we saw on the round. 

Ethan Robinson (2023 RHP, Antioch, TN) has whippy hands in the box and the hand speed allows him to turn the barrel over and work to the pull side. There's projectable strength there with some crudeness but the bat speed and physical projection are both enticing. 

Damian Jose Ortiz (2022 OF, Guayama, PR) has very good bat speed with an element of controlled violence to the operation. The strength comes from his upper half as he rotates his torso and generates very loud contact to the pull side. 

Enmanuel Tejeda Sanchez (2023 SS, Santo Domingo, SD) gets on plane very quickly and the barrel stays smooth through the hitting zone. The trigger to start is very easy with loose hands and the swing path absolutely projects given his size and athleticism. 

Edward Phelps III (2022 3B, Lithonia, GA) has very quick hands and can generate some loud contact off the barrel head. The strength in his wrists and hands are obvious as he gets the bat out in front to leverage and drive the ball with authority. 

Jake Cespedes Liriano (2022 OF, Santo Domingo, SD) has good power to the pull side from a slightly open stance with plenty of bat speed. The ball jumps off the barrel with strength to pull and he projects to hit for a good amount of power. 

Allen Hernandez (2023 3B, Lodi, NJ) is a big, physical hitter with loose and easy hands that create a massive amount of strength at impact. The operation is fairly low effort and clean with high impact and excellent carry on fly balls to the pull side. 

Jaquae Stewart (2023 1B, Sinton, TX) has a very simple stroke that generates a good amount of carry on long fly balls to the pull side. The consistency of the swing path and approach both stood out while his long fly balls should turn into home runs with additional physicality. 

Brady Neal (2023 C, Tallahassee, FL) has very good bat speed and does an excellent job at getting his hands extended to create leverage to the pull side. He drives off his backside very nicely and has very good gap power at present with intent to turn the barrel. 

Gabriel Flores (2022 OF, Longview, TX) has the physical tools with very good bat speed and fast hands through the load. The trigger is easy and he generates big carry to the pull side with power projection imminent. 

Trenton Lape (2023 3B, Bossier City, LA) shows a whippy barrel head through the stroke with some raw bat speed and he swings the stuck hard. Lape can work to the pull side with projectable strength and though the approach is raw there's offensive upside here. 

Ben Schild (2023 RHP, Lincroft, NJ) is a big and physical prospect with a strong lower half and the hands work well through the stroke. Schild has some projectable strength and bat speed with a good approach as he sprayed line drives to all parts of the field. 

Matthew Davis (2023 OF, Palm Beach Gardens, FL) has some moving parts to the operation but really shows potential when he gets on plane and drives the ball out in front. The hands are quick and loose with lots of power projection to the profile. 

Jack Vanoncini (2022 SS, Redwood Shores, CA) has a strong, projectable frame with very broad shoulders and fast hands through the swing. He leverages and creates strength at the point of impact while lagging the barrel to create some good whip through the stroke. 

Hayden Gustavson (2023 C, Lake City, FL) is a very strong righthanded hitter with a wide base and good use of the leg kick through contact. He gets his hips moving while torquing the lower half and has some loft to the pull side for power potential. 

Devan Meran (2022 OF, Aventura, FL) is a twitchy, athletic swinger with very good bat speed and impact through extension. Meran has a line drive oriented stroke with good power projection as the raw tools are eminently projectable with additional strength. 

Christopher Diaz (2023 OF, Miami, FL) has a simple stroke from both sides with a whippy barrel head and keeps the swing compact while driving through the finish. The lower half has a quick trigger and he really drives the ball through contact. 

Edian Espinal (2022 SS, Viera, FL) loads very heavily on the backside and explodes through his shift to put charges into balls. He has very fast hands and wore out the pull side of the field with well-struck line drives during the round. 

Jake Kulikowski (2023 1B, Trinity, FL) is a big, physical lefthanded hitter with excellent torque and drive through his hips. He uncoils well and on time with well-struck fly balls to the pull side and middle fo the field. 

Nigel Robinson (2023 OF, High Point, NC) has a quick stroke with very fast hands and impressive raw bat speed. He turns the barrel over well and the raw offensive tools are certainly enticing. 


Andrew Fischer (2022 SS, Wall, NJ) is a big-bodied shortstop that looks as though the frame could hold a lot of strength at maturity. The swing is compact with some loft to the plane and he extends well through contact with quick hands. 

Ryan Cainzos (2022 OF, Miami, FL) took a very professional round, driving line drives to every corner of the field with intent. The hands are fast with a very compact stroke and makes it look easy with a low effort, simple trigger. 

Bryant Zayas (2023 SS, Hialeah, FL) showed good physicality and athleticism in the box with premier bat speed and super fast hands. He gets the barrel out in front nicely with some rawness to the approach but the tools themselves from an offensive perspective are very loud. 

Nic Frink (2022 C, Scarborough, ME) swings the bat hard and the physical righthanded hitter creates some violence through contact. He whips the barrel hard with good bat speed and creates excellent jump off the barrel. 

Sam Silas (2023 SS, Deatsville, AL) has a simple stroke while getting the barrel head out and showing fluidity throughout the swing. He keeps the swing compact and easy with consistency and comfort to the pull side on a line. 

Ethan Sutton (2023 3B, Acworth, GA) has a big stride into contact and really generates some leverage and strength to the pull side. He lifts the ball nicely and separates well to generate excellent backspin on pull side fly balls. 

Rob Duvall (2023 C, Lawrenceville, GA) showed fast hands with a hard stride into contact and can really turn on a ball over the inside. The strength to the pull side is notable as he can take advantage of pitches over the inner half well. 

Jackson McKenzie (2023 1B, Pace, FL) has excellent hands through contact and generates really loud and effective impact to the pull side. The bat speed and loft both project for notable power as he hit some majestic shots to right field. 

Luke Dotson (2023 LHP, Lake City, FL) has a very rhythmic and comfortable swing with the hands working very well throughout the swing. There's good fluidity to the stroke with some moving parts but always seems to get the barrel on plane effectively. 

Matthew Ossenfort (2023 LHP, Sioux Falls, SD) is another physical lefthanded hitter with big strength and power to the pull side. There's good carry and strength with ontime uncoiling of the hips and lower half to generate that power. 

Dylan Cupp (2023 SS, Cedartown, GA) has very good bat speed with a smooth stroke and plenty of strength behind the bat. There's looseness and fluidity throughout as he really projects to hit for some power at maturity. 

Drew Burress (2023 OF, Perry, GA) has a short, quick stroke from the right side with a very repeatable swing and the ability to consistently square the ball on a line. There's simplicity with very quick hands and bat speed that's going to allow him to generate line drives to all parts of the field. 


Riley Jackson (2023 C, Melbourne, FL) is an uber-physical righthanded hitter with excellent extension and strength at the point of impact. The barrel plane is smooth with natural loft and he drives the ball off his backside to create big power to the pull side alley. 

Carlos Elian Martinez (2022 OF, Coamo, PR) has a very smooth lefthanded stroke with good balance and a low effort trigger. He turns the barrel over nicely to create carry to the pull side and the ball jumps off the bat. 

James Hays (2023 3B, Hawkinsville, GA) has advanced bat speed for the age with a short, compact stroke. The swing is balanced and repeatable with good jump off the barrel and he has really good feel for working to pull. 

Dalton Knapp (2022 OF, Tallahassee, FL) has an athletic swing with a full, level bat path that generates some whip. He flashes bat speed through extension and the hands work very well throughout the swing. 

Tyler Howlett (2023 C, Chesapeake, VA) is a physical lefthanded hitter with a positive launch angle and very good feel for the barrel. He clears his hips to work to the pull side and the ball carries far off the barrel to pull. 

Minjun Seo (2023 SS, The Colony, TX) has a clean, projectable swing path with easy hands through the stroke and very good feel for line drive contact. There's consistency to the swing and he peppered the pull side and middle of the field with well-struck line drives. 

Alvin Keels (2022 SS, Norfolk, VA) showed extremely fast hands with a very quick trigger and keeps his hands back to create some explosion with the barrel head. The bat speed is notable with twitchiness throughout the swing and the ball flies off the barrel when he gets fully extended. 

Armando Briseno (2022 3B, Fontana, CA) has very good strength with a balanced stance and retains balance through contact. He generates carry with consistency and comfort to the pull side while projecting for power at maturity. 

James (Jake) Griffin (2023 RHP, Kingston, PA) impacts the ball hard out in front of the plate with looseness and loft to the swing plane. Griffin is a physical righthanded hitter and generates some good drive through the lower half with a positive launch to create carry. 

TayShaun Walton (2023 OF, Emporia, VA) showed top of the scales bat speed as he played pepper with the wall out to the deepest part of the park in left centerfield. The physical tools are outstanding with hard hit fly balls to either side of the field and projects for massive power. 


#5 Green vs #6 Maroon Game Highlights

8/3/2019

Bryant Zayas (2023 SS, Hialeah, FL) was 1-2 in the game and really impressed on the bases. He runs extremely well and is smart on the bases. He also looked great defensively as he showed off his smooth hands and range at 2B.

Julio Garcia (2022 RHP, Baytown, TX) made hard contact consistently and kept his hands inside the baseball well. He has a smooth, fluid through the zone and quick hands. He also threw 2 scoreless innings on the mound, only let up 1 hit, and struck out 4. His FB was up to 82 MPH and uses his entire body well. He attacked hitters and kept the ball down in the zone.

Edian Espinal (2022 SS, Viera, FL) started off the offense for the Maroon team by getting on base quick and scoring early. His presence was felt defensively too as he was all over the field making plays and showed his athleticism.

Mason Compton (2023 RHP, Buford, GA) was effective through 2 innings by letting up 0 runs and only 2 hits. He forced a ton of swing and misses with great arm side run. His 81 MPH FB was heavy with late life. He had 2 developed off speed pitches including a 70 MPH CH and 65 MPH 11/5 CB.

#3 Gold vs #4 Gray Game Highlights

8/3/2019

Nomar G. Diaz Santiago (2023 C, Comerio, PR) hit a double in his first AB of the game showing his smooth, fluid swing through the zone. He has power potential and made hard contact consistently.

Jacob Gomberg (2023 LHP, Coral Springs, FL) has smooth, fluid mechanics and stands tall and balanced on the mound. He throws from a high 3/4 slot and created great downhill plane. He filled the zone with strikes and had lots of swings and misses. His FB was up to 81 MPH while mixing in a very good 68 MPH CB with downward break.

Jaron Elkins (2023 OF, Goodlettsville, TN) looked very athletic on the mound today with a projectable frame. He is controlled and balanced throughout his delivery. His FB topped out at 84 MPH with lots of life. He has great arm side run and worked the lower half well.

Brandon Levy (2023 RHP, Bossier City, LA) showcased his strong build on the mound with a FB that has late life and topped out at 85 MPH. He works well to both halves and has great arm speed. He created lots of swing and miss and weak contact with his FB. He also mixed in a hard breaking CB with 12/6 shape that he consistently landed low in the zone.

Tyrus Cobb (2022 LHP, McDonough, GA) showed a ton of athleticism in his delivery and was controlled and balanced throughout. He throws from over the top with some deceptiveness. His extension is evident on his 82 MPH FB. He also flashed a CB with downward bite that got some swing and misses.

#1 Black vs #2 Columbia Blue Game Highlights

8/3/2019

Owen Egan (2023 OF, Yucaipa, CA) made hard contact consistently including his single to LF that was on an inside FB in his first AB. He has quick hands and bat speed. 

Starlin Pereyra (2024 SS, Santo Domingo, NC) has an athletic build with a short, compact swing. He can turn on the inside pitch with his quick hands. He hit a double in his second AB to the RF gap. He can hit to all fields and has gap to gap power.

Nicolas Senese (2022 SS, Senoia, GA) has a projectable frame and is very calm in the box. He battled in both of his AB's including a single in his first one. He made consistent contact with his smooth, fluid swing.

Jake Lankie (2023 RHP, McDonough, GA) threw 2 scoreless innings on the mound tonight and only allowed 1 hit. His FB was up to 86 MPH getting lots of swings and misses as he struck out 3. He also mixed in a 72 MPH CB well. He uses his entire body well with a powerful finish. He repeated his delivery with great pace and smooth mechanics.

Freddy Noel Beruvides Jr. (2023 LHP, Palm Beach Gardens, FL) showcased his high 3/4 arm slot with a controlled delivery. He uses his strong lower half well and has a projectable frame. His FB touched 82 MPH while mixing in a 67 MPH CB. He showed lots of athleticism on the mound.



#17 Green vs #18 Maroon Game Highlights

8/3/2019

Tripp Landers (2023 C, Clinton, AR) hit the ball hard consistently today including a LD single up the middle in his first AB. He works the middle of the field and looks relaxed in the box. He has great bat speed and always finds the barrel. 

Jonathan Leon De Los Santos (2023 OF, Santo Domingo, NC) has quick hands and great plate coverage. He has a pull side LD single over 3B in his first AB. He showed power potential and made consistent contact. 

Joaan De Jesus (2023 SS, Santo Domingo, NC) showed lots of pop today including his double in his second AB. He has quick hands and gap to gap power. He also keeps good extension through the baseball and is a plus runner. He has great baseball IQ.

Lance Williams (2023 RHP, Shenandoah, VA) is a wiry, quick twitch athlete on the mound. He has an easy delivery with a high 3/4 arm slot that he repeated. He worked both sides of the plate well with his 83-85 MPH FB that topped out at 87 MPH. He also showed above average feel for his sharp 72 MPH CB.

Kevin Jaxel (2022 RHP, Congers, NY) showcased his long, projectable frame on the mound today. He is very fluid and has a low effort delivery with loose arm action. His FB was up to 86 MPH and he filled the zone with strikes. He also mixed in his 74 MPH CB and 77 MPH CH well.

#15 Gold vs #16 Grey Game Highlights

8/3/2019

Blake Medley (2022 RHP, Hazel Green, AL) hit a stand up double to LF in his first AB showing his power potential. He also has good speed on the bases as he immediately stole 3rd. He has a calm, mature approach at the plate. 

Braden Holcomb (2023 SS, Ocoee, FL) crushed an inside FB over the LF wall for a HR. He is a big, physical player with lots of power and pop. He also has great bat speed and quick hands.

Connor Fosnow (2022 SS, Longwood, FL) made consistent contact today gong 2 for 2 with 2 singles. His first AB was a hard LD over the SS's head and his second AB was a hard GB to 3rd. He has a smooth, level swing.

Wesley Mendes (2023 LHP, Tampa, FL) showcased his athletic build on the mound with a high 3/4 arm slot and great arm speed. He gets good extension on his delivery and filled the zone with FB's. His FB was up to 83 MPH with lots of life down in the zone. He has repeatable mechanics and attacks hitters. 


#13 Black vs #14 Columbia Blue Game Highlights

8/3/2019

Dominic Brancel (2023 C, Huntsburg, OH) has an athletic build and is very aggressive at the plate. He had a great day going 2 for 2 with a single and double. He hops on the FB's and has gap to gap power. He also has good foot speed and is smart on the bases. 

Tommy Roldan (2023 LHP, Poolesville, MD) also went 2 for 2 on the day with a single and triple. He has a strong lower half and mature approach at the plate. He hit the ball hard consistently and has power potential. He also had a great outing on the mound throwing 2 scoreless innings and striking out 5. He showcased his 3/4 arm slot and quick arm. His FB touched 84 MPH and has late life. 

Steven Milam (2023 SS, Las Cruces, NM) is an athletic player with great patience at the plate. He is also quick on the bases and an aggressive runner. He went 2-3 on the day with a single and double showing off his quick hands.

Aidan Espinoza (2023 OF, Huntington Beach, CA) crushed a double in his second AB showcasing his smooth, fluid swing. He has an aggressive approach at the plate and made consistent contact.

Jared White (2023 RHP, Southlake, TX) has a big, tall frame and uses his strong lower half well. He hit an RBI double in his second AB showing off his hard, smooth swing.

#10 Red vs #9 Purple Game Highlights

8/3/2019

Drew Burress (2023 OF, Perry, GA) has great bat speed and lots of pop to pull side as he hit a double in his second AB. He is also a smart base runner and very aggressive. He has power potential and a smooth, fluid swing.

Carlos Elian Martinez (2022 OF, Coamo, PR) also smoked a double this game got out of the box quick. He has quick hands and can really turn on the ball. He also showed great speed on the bases.

Riley Jackson (2023 C, Melbourne, FL) has gap to gap power with pop to all fields. In his second AB he hit a hard LD to left center and showed off his wheels around the bases. 

Daniel Parris (2023 RHP, Knoxville, TN) looked athletic on the mound with a mature presence. He has great tempo and worked his FB up to 82 MPH. He also had great feel for his CH that was 74 MPH. He even flashed a 69 MPH KN. He mixed in his secondary pitches well.

Ethan Hensley (2022 RHP, Chesapeake, VA) showed lots of pop with his RBI double to right center that was hit hard over the RF's head. He has power potential and a smooth swing through the zone. 

James (Jake) Griffin (2023 RHP, Kingston, PA) is a powerful righty whose FB touched 84 MPH with some tail to it. He filled the zone and got lots of swings and misses. He also mixed in a 71 MPH 12/6 CB.