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Top FB Velocities

6/2/2019

Name FB Grad School Hometown
Jadon Bercovich 91 2020 Damonte Ranch Reno, NV
Tyler Gough 91 2022 Heritage Perris, CA
Ben Grable 91 2020 Flintridge Preparatory Pasadena, CA
Ryan Sveningson 90 2020 JSerra Catholic Ladera Ranch, CA
Scott Ellis 88 2020 Thousand Oaks Covina, CA
Jacob Sharp 88 2020 La Mirada Whittier, CA
Joseph Wiersma 88 2020 Orange Lutheran Orange, CA
Tucker Bougie 87 2021 Tamalpais Mill Valley, CA
Corbin Ellis 87 2020 El Dorado Placentia, CA
CJ Glenn 87 2020 Casteel Phoenix, AZ
Daniel McElveny 86 2021 Bonita Vista Chula Vista, CA
Anthony Ortiz 86 2020 St. John Bosco Montebello, CA
Garrett Riley 86 2020 Mater Dei Santa Ana, CA
Edward Sarti 86 2020 Marin Academy Kentfield, CA
Drew Woody 86 2020 Highland Gilbert, AZ
Isaiah Cortez 85 2020 Norco Norco, CA
Bretton Edwards 85 2020 Santa Monica Santa Monica, CA
Cayden Clark 84 2021 Stansbury Erda, UT
Andrew (AJ) Knorr 84 2020 Mountlake Terrace Mountlake Terrace, WA
Brandon Menzel 84 2020 Oaks Christian Moorpark, CA
Mason Musgrave 84 2020 Riverdale Riverdale, CA
Jonathan Siwiecki 84 2020 Los Altos Whittier, CA
Brandon Delgado 83 2021 Martin Luther King Moreno Valley, CA
Daniel Lee 83 2020 Capistrano Valley Mission Viejo, CA
Victor Martinez 83 2020 Angelo Rodriguez Fairfield, CA
John Navarro 83 2020 Mid Pacific Institute Honolulu, HI
Braeden Ross 83 2021 Christian El Cajon, CA


13-Royal vs 15-Black Game Highlights

6/2/2019

Malikai Wickley (2020 3B, Los Angeles, CA) showed some impressive bat speed at the plate today. He shows some serious strength and raw power in his bat. He roped a ball into the LCF gap during the game, also showed some good speed around the bases. 

Cole Quillin (2020 OF, San Clemente, CA) played some solid defense in todays action, he showed a very quick first step. He showed impressive routes to the ball and made a few nice defensive in right field. 

Tyree Reed (2021 OF, Vallejo, CA) was al over the base paths in the game today. He tried to leg out a few extra bases but came up on the short end on a few of them, but he shows his style of play and the aggressiveness. He plays the game hard and always goes 100%, flashing his tools. 

Gabe D'Arcy (2021 3B, San Clemente, CA) was hitting balls hard all day today. Gabe shows a ton of barrel skills and consistently barrels up the baseball. He ended his day with a frozen rope off a triple over the CF head, also showcasing his speed around the bases.

Cal Barna (2021 C, Piedmont, CA) utilized an online and balanced delivery. Fastball worked up to 82mph flashing good run to arm side. Breaking ball showed tight 12/6 shape with late depth. He worked an efficient 2 innings striking out 3 batters. 






17-Maroon Vs. 19-Orange Game Highlights

6/2/2019

Miles Jenkins (2020 2B, Inglewood, CA) Flashed the ability to drive the ball to and through the gaps with authority with a triple into the right center field gap following up his triple with a hard single up the middle in the game as well. 

Eric Van Valkenburg (2022 RHP, Solana Beach, CA) was impressive at the plate reaching base in all three of his at bats collecting two singles including a hard line drive and a walk. 

Jake Perez (2021 C, La Mesa, CA) Displayed the ability to get the barrel head out with good bat speed and power to the pull side with a loud double over the right fielders head. 

Jack Sanders (2020 SS, Kennewick, WA) Got around on a fastball inside for a solid line drive to the outfield stretching a sure single into a double with his good speed. 

Sean Jessee (2021 RHP, Murrieta, CA) Was impressive in his three innings today collecting seven strike outs while allowing no hits or walks. Jessee features a three pitch mix including a heavy fastball at 82 miles per hour a curveball up to 68 miles per hour and a sinking change up at 70 miles per hour all thrown for consistent strikes. 

18-Navy Vs. 20-Red Game Highlights

6/2/2019

Braeden Ross (2021 OF, El Cajon, CA) Showed off his strong arm during the game throwing a strike from right field to throw out a runner at home. 

Grant Weiss (2020 C, Valencia, CA) Flashed good bat speed and pull side power turning on a curveball down the left for a double in his second at bat of the game.

Nico Ortiz (2021 1B, Pomona, CA) The St. Marys commit showed his gap to gap power and good barrel control with a high and loud double into the left center field. 

Victor Heredia Jr (2022 RHP, Santa Ynez, CA) Turned on a fastball up in the zone for a loud triple into the right center field gap showing his gap to gap power and speed stretching the sure double into a triple. 

Haydon Huff (2020 MIF, Riverside, CA) Collected two singles in the game today with one behind a solid line drive over the short stops head. On the bases huff showed his speed collecting 2 stolen bases on the day. 

Carson Seeman (2021 C, Auburn, CA) Collected two hits on the day including an impressive loud triple off the left center field wall. Displayed good speed on the bases as well collecting a stolen base and stretching a for sure double into a triple. 

Kaehukai Young (2021 SS, Fresno, CA) The 2021 grad showed quick hands and good bat speed turning on an inside fastball hitting it down the left field line for a double. 

Garrett Riley (2020 LHP, Santa Ana, CA) Was impressive on the mound in his three innings of work striking out 5 while surrendering no walks. Riley features a two pitch mix including a very heavy fastball up to 86 miles per hour and a sweeping 1/7 breaking ball with good depth at 67 miles per hour.

Joel Holguin (2020 SS, San Bernardino, CA) Collected two hits on the day showing good barrel control and bat speed creating consistent line drives. 

13-Royal v. 15-Black Game Highlights

6/2/2019

Pitching dominated the afternoon for teams royal and black. Aeden Alexander (2022 SS, Upland, CA) started things off for team Royal going two full while allowing no hits and fanning three. Alexander has a short arm with a three-quarters arm slot, and constantly stays compact with his delivery. He was pitching to all four quadrants nicely. 

John Navarro (2020 OF, Honolulu, HI) topped out at 83 mph for team black and went three full innings while striking out four. He was having success with his slider which had a nice 10-to-4 side to side shape to it, and was throwing it confidently in any count. 

Jerin Poopaa (2020 MIF, Wahiawa, HI) also pitched well for team black throwing three strikeouts while showcasing solid command with all three pitches. His delivery is simple and effective. He was dropping his 11-to-5 curveball in for strikes while painting his fastball to both sides of the plate. 

Anthony Ortiz (2020 SS, Montebello, CA) was the star of the game getting it done on both sides of the baseball. On the hill he went two full innings with three strikeouts and topped out at 86 mph. Early in his outing he was sitting 83-to-85 but once he touched 86, he began to sit it. He also showcased a four pitch mix which included a split finger that he mixed in back and fourth with his straight change and 11-to-4 shaped breaking ball. At the dish he went 1-for-3 with a run and a smoked double to the right field fence late in the ball game. 

Team royal and team black ended the game in a tie 2-2. 








6-Col. Blue vs 8-Maroon Game Highlights

6/2/2019

Daniel McElveny (2021 SS, Chula Vista, CA) Showed a balanced approach at the plate with a smooth, repeatable line drive barrel plane. Also flashed very good defensive skills in the outfield ending and inning with a diving catch moving towards the outfield gap.

Oscar Villarreal (2021 RHP, Anaheim, CA) Villarreal worked 3 scoreless inning on the mound showing good command of a fastball up to 82 miles per hour. The 2021 grad utilized his 10/5 breaking ball and consistently kept hitters off balance striking out 5 batters.

Cayden Clark (2021 OF, Erda, UT) Clark was impressive on the mound featuring a heavy fastball that ran through the zone up to 84 miles per hour. The Utah native consistently looked to challenge the bottom quadrants of the strike zone and induced weak contact.

Steven Vasquez (2021 LHP, Buckeye, AZ) The primary pitcher also showed very good bat speed at the plate today. Vasquez has the hand speed to aggressively turn the barrel to contact and produce loud, hard contact off the barrel. Double sharply to deep left field in first at-bat short hopping the outfield fence.

Nathan Blocher (2020 OF, Fullerton, CA) Blocher utilized a balanced approach at the plate with a clean linear barrel path. Tripled to left field and showed of his excellent speed while rounding the bases.

Drew Sanidad (2022 SS, Newcastle, WA) Displayed good speed out of the box collecting a hustle double to the right centerfield gap. The Washington native also utilized his speed on the bases picking up a stolen base in the 5th inning.

11-Purple v 9-Navy Game Highlights

6/2/2019

Ricky Rodenberg (2022 3B, Temecula, CA) started the scoring for team purple with a towering RBI double that one hopped the fence in dead left field. Rodenberg's double was especially impressive on a misty morning that had hitters struggling to get the ball to travel. He has quick hands and gets his barrel on plane quickly generating consistent backspin. 

In the sixth Navy unloaded some big swings at the plate. Jack Vrh Jr. (2021 C, Scottsdale, AZ) scorched an RBI double past the left fielder into the gap. He did a nice job of keeping his hands inside the baseball and pulled his bottom hand whipping his barrel through the zone. 

Ayden Markovich (2021 3B, Queen Creek, AZ) added on in the sixth inning with a triple that was ripped past the first baseman down the right field line. Markovich got his hands out in front of a mistake left over the plate and showcased an excellent speed tool on his triple. 

Purple answered back with a double of their own by Rocco DiFrancesco (2021 C, Dana Point, CA). He laced a lined shot that kept carrying over the left fielders head. He creates great tension between his upper and lower half and displayed it with a hard hit ball that kept sailing on the left fielder. 

In the seventh, Corbin Ellis (2020 OF, Placentia, CA) had what was easily the hardest hit ball of the day with a line drive through the six hole and eventual scored for team Navy. Ellis has phenomenal bat speed that generates a strong amount of pop even for his large frame. 

In the eighth inning, right hander Tucker Bougie (2021 1B, Mill Valley, CA) displayed some electric stuff on the mound topping out at 87 mph and mixing all of his pitches for strikes. In his second inning of work, Bougie struck out the side and even played with the shape of his plus 10-to-4 shaped slider, turning it into more of an 11-to-4 shaped curveball. Plenty of potential in his developing arm. 

Justin Baldwin (2020 1B, Los Angeles, CA) Baldwin displayed a balanced stance at the plate with good feel for the barrel throughout the zone. Collected two sharp singles in his two at-bats during game action.


5-Black Vs. 7-Green Game Highlights

6/2/2019

Adam Arroyo (2020 C, Laguna Niguel, CA) Flashed a line drive plane with good barrel control and bat speed while collecting two line drive base hits while driving in a run as well. 

Nicolas Baum (2020 SS, Solana Beach, CA) Started out the game with a bang blasting a loud double into the left center field gap for an RBI showing impressive gap to gap power. 

Jacob Sharp (2020 OF, Whittier, CA) Was impressive on both sides of the ball today starting on the offensive side of the ball showing off his pop to the gaps with two loud doubles including one off the outfield wall. On the mound Sharp threw one inning topping out at 88 miles per hour with his fastball complemented by a 72 mile per hour curveball.  

10-Orange Vs. 12-Red Game Highlights

6/2/2019

Dominyck Bullard (2020 C, Las Vegas, NV) Showed off impressive arm strength and quick hands from behind the plate back picking a runner off second while throwing from his knees. 

Adam Greenawalt (2022 OF, Corona, CA)at back on a fastball showing opposite field power to the gap with a line drive double into the left center field gap. Displayed good range in the outfield making a full extension diving catch in right field as well. 

Edward Sarti (2020 RHP, Kentfield, CA) Was impressive in his three innings of work featuring a fastball up to 86 miles per hour complemented by a sharp 11/5 curveball at 73 miles per hour and a fading change up at 77 miles per hour. Sarti collected 7 strike outs while only allowing one hit. 

Darren Welker (2020 C, Surprise, AZ) Showed the ability to turn the barrel with power to the pull side with a hard double down the right field line. 

Batting Practice Highlights

6/1/2019

Jacob Sharp (2020 OF, Whittier, CA) The 2020 grad displayed good feel for the barrel while employing a mid field approach. Consistently created sharp, line drive contact to the middle of the field and projects for additional bat speed.

Liam Critchett (2020 1B, Redondo Beach, CA) Critchett generated good linear shift into contact while employing a naturally leverage barrel plane through extension. The 2020 grad produces very good bat speed through the zone while turning the barrel that generated easy carry to the pull side gap.

Michael Brucelas (Barrios) (2021 C, San Pedro, CA) Utilized a simple, direct hand path the baseball while employing a naturally lifted barrel plane. Consistently looked to throw barrel head to baseball with authority creating loud contact.

Diego Baqueiro (2020 3B, Mission Hills, CA) The 2020 third baseman showed good barrel control throughout the zone with the ability to create sharp contact to all fields with ease throughout batting practice. 

Drew Aspillera (2020 C, Foster City, CA) The 2020 catcher looked to attack the ball with intent and drive it through the gaps. Displayed good feel for the barrel while staying balanced throughout his swing.

Matthew Costopoulos (2020 2B, Manhattan Beach, CA) Costopoulos displayed good balance at the plate throughout his swing with the ability to generated present bat speed while turning the barrel to contact. Produced loud, sharp contact to the pull side gap when squared.

Daniel McElveny (2021 SS, Chula Vista, CA) The Chula Vista native showed good feel for the barrel while employing a mid-field approach. Displayed fluidity throughout his swing at the plate with the ability to work to all fields.

Dominyck Bullard (2020 C, Las Vegas, NV) The Las Vegas native consistently drove the ball to both out field gaps showing present strength at contact. Stays balanced throughout his swing with the ability to control the barrel to each quadrant of the zone.

Jack Johnson (2021 1B, Arlington, WA) Johnson utilized his lower half very well into contact while employing a naturally leveraged barrel plane. Produced loud, hard jump off the barrel that generated good carry to the pull side gap.

Trace Ramos (2020 2B, El Cajon, CA) Displayed good balance at the plate with an advanced feel for the barrel. Consistently squared up contact while working to all fields.

Jimmy Gomez (2020 SS, Fresno, CA) Utilized quick hands through the zone paired with a line drive barrel plane. Maintained balance throughout swing that allowed for sharp, line drive contact to all fields.

Ricky Rodenberg (2022 3B, Temecula, CA) Consistently drove the ball to all parts of the field on a line throughout batting practice. Flashed the ability to turn the barrel with aggression and created loud contact to pull side as well.

Jake Marquez (2020 SS, Miami, FL) The Miami native utilized an aggressive approach and looked to drive the ball with authority. Consistently created contacted out front and generated good jump off the barrel.

Andy Park (2020 OF, Irvine, CA) The Irvine native showed a simple, repeatable swing plane through extension. Displayed good fluidity and consistently created sharp contact to all parts of the field.

Gabe D'Arcy (2021 3B, San Clemente, CA) The 2021 third baseman utilized his strength well in his swing showing good jump off the barrel to the gaps. Consistently created hard, loud contact to both outfield gaps.

Malikai Wickley (2020 3B, Los Angeles, CA) Aggressively threw the barrel to contact utilizing a naturally leveraged plane through extension. When squared, produced tight back spin off the barrel with good carry to the pull side gap.

Jesse Jace Paderez (2022 C, Whittier, CA) The 2022 grad created good linear shift into contact with lower half while employing a naturally leveraged barrel plane. Showed a fluid, clean swing that consistently generated sharp contact off the barrel.

Jerin Poopaa (2020 MIF, Wahiawa, HI) The Hawaii native displayed impressive control of the barrel from both the right and left side of the plate with the ability hit to all fields consistently.

John Navarro (2020 OF, Honolulu, HI) Showed an impressive combination of balance and strength in swing that allowing to hard contact to all fields.

Anthony Ortiz (2020 SS, Montebello, CA) Consistently hammered the baseball to each gap showing a smooth, repeatable swing plane. Generated most of strength from lower half while effective firing to baseball with linear actions.

Scott Ellis (2020 OF, Covina, CA) Ellis aggressively attack the baseball to the middle of the field and showed the barrel feel to work the other way as well. Consistently produced sharp line drive contact throughout batting practice.

Braeden Ross (2021 OF, El Cajon, CA) Ross utilized a high contact approach, but also showed the ability to turn barrel head to baseball and generate loud, hard contact to the pull side gap.

Owen Dargie (2021 OF, Carlsbad, CA) Showed an impressive mix on balance and power at the plate with the ability to easily drive the ball through each outfield gap consistently.

Grant Weiss (2020 C, Valencia, CA) The 2020 grad utilized a naturally leverage barrel plane while aggressively turning the bat head to contact. Looked to drive the baseball with intent to the middle of the field and pull side gap.

Ben Grable (2020 SS, Pasadena, CA) Created good lift at contact with strength to produce good carry to the gaps when squared.

Max McGwire (2021 1B, Irvine, CA) McGwire showed a smooth, fluid barrel path with present bat speed through extension. The 2021 grad shows the balance to in swing to works to all fields with power.

9-Navy Vs. 10-Orange Game Highlights

6/1/2019

Nolan Friese (2022 3B, Tualatin, OR) Flashed good barrel control and power to the gaps with a loud double in his second at bat of the game. 

Trace Ramos (2020 2B, El Cajon, CA) Showed his speed during the game beating out an infield single and then following that up by swiping second base. 

Brandon Menzel (2020 LHP, Moorpark, CA) The lefty kept hitters off balance with an impressive two pitch mix of a fastball with good control to both sides of the plate up to 84 miles per hour and a sharp curveball up to 70 miles per hour. Brandon was able to collect 6 strike outs in his three innings of work while only allowing one hit and one walk. 

Mason Musgrave (2020 RHP, Riverdale, CA) Was impressive in his three innings of work striking out 7 while only allowing one hit and walking none. Flashed a fastball up to 84 consistently thrown for strikes complemented by a 72 mile per hour curveball and a sinking change up at 75 miles per hour, 

Top Exit Velocities

6/1/2019

Name Exit Velo Grad School Hometown
EQ Workinger 94 2020 California Connections Academy Encinitas, CA
Jack Johnson 93 2021 Archbishop Murphy Arlington, WA
Liam Critchett 92 2020 Redondo Union Redondo Beach, CA
Corbin Ellis 92 2020 El Dorado Placentia, CA
Daniel McElveny 92 2021 Bonita Vista Chula Vista, CA
Ryan Webster 91 2020 Bonanza Las Vegas, NV
Tucker Bougie 90 2021 Tamalpais Mill Valley, CA
Matthew Costopoulos 90 2020 Loyola Manhattan Beach, CA
Nico Ortiz 90 2021 Damien Pomona, CA
Steven Vasquez 89 2021 Odyssey Institute for Advanced and International S Buckeye, AZ
Diego Baqueiro 88 2020 Notre Dame Mission Hills, CA
Gabe D'Arcy 88 2021 JSerra Catholic San Clemente, CA
Makeiel Hoover 88 2020 Canyon Springs Las Vegas, NV
Haydon Huff 88 2020 Woodcrest Christian Riverside, CA
Maxwell Leuga 88 2020 Green Valley Las Vegas, NV
Zack Osborne 88 2021 Mater Dei Garden Grove, CA
David Robles 88 2020 St. John Bosco Lakewood, CA
Jonathan Siwiecki 88 2020 Los Altos Whittier, CA
Grant Weiss 88 2020 Valencia Valencia, CA
Malikai Wickley 88 2020 Junipero Serra Los Angeles, CA
Trenten Alles 87 2020 Central Kerman, CA
Adam Arroyo 87 2020 Capistrano Valley Laguna Niguel, CA
Will Daniels 87 2020 Rim Of The World Crestline, CA
Justin Hausner 87 2020 Arbor View Las Vegas, NV
Jp Hefft 87 2020 San Clemente San Clemente, CA
Jake Marquez 87 2020 Christopher Columbus Miami, FL
Cade McClelland 87 2021 Mission Viejo Mission Viejo, CA
Ricky Rodenberg 87 2022 Murrieta Valley Temecula, CA
Oscar Villarreal 87 2021 Katella Anaheim, CA
Ryan White 87 2021 Orange Lutheran Orange, CA
Drew Woody 87 2020 Highland Gilbert, AZ
Kaehukai Young 87 2021 Fresno Fresno, CA


Top 60 Yard Dash Times

6/1/2019

Name 60 Grad School Hometown
Aiden Calvert 6.70 2020 Mater Dei Catholic Chula Vista, CA
Gabe D'Arcy 6.71 2021 JSerra Catholic San Clemente, CA
Daniel Elder 6.74 2020 Pine View St George, UT
Prince DeBoskie 6.78 2022 Hamilton Chandler, AZ
Nathan Blocher 6.79 2020 Orange Lutheran Fullerton, CA
Tyree Reed 6.81 2021 American Canyon Vallejo, CA
Miles Jenkins 6.85 2020 Junipero Serra Inglewood, CA
Kainoa Williams 6.87 2021 Westview San Diego, CA
Cayden Clark 6.88 2021 Stansbury Erda, UT
Alex Fernandes 6.88 2021 San Marcos San Marcos, CA
Scott Ellis 6.90 2020 Thousand Oaks Covina, CA
EQ Workinger 6.90 2020 California Connections Academy Encinitas, CA
Owen Dargie 6.91 2021 Carlsbad Carlsbad, CA
Daniel McElveny 6.91 2021 Bonita Vista Chula Vista, CA
Kalani Shapiro 6.94 2020 Germantown Germantown, TN
Maxwell Leuga 6.95 2020 Green Valley Las Vegas, NV
Brandon Hinds 6.97 2020 Centennial Corona, CA
Joseph De Santos 7.00 2020 St. John Bosco South Gate, CA
Garret Ostrander 7.00 2020 Del Norte Rancho Bernardo, CA
Brian Caringal 7.01 2020 Davis Vacaville, CA
Matthew Costopoulos 7.01 2020 Loyola Manhattan Beach, CA
Aidan Lazovsky 7.01 2021 Los Gatos Los Gatos, CA
Gavin Nalu 7.03 2021 Cathedral Catholic La Mesa, CA
Joseph Wiersma 7.04 2020 Orange Lutheran Orange, CA
Gabriel Kristall 7.05 2021 Heritage Perris, CA


Top 10 Yard Split Times

6/1/2019

Name 10 Grad School Hometown
Miles Jenkins 1.56 2020 Junipero Serra Inglewood, CA
Nathan Blocher 1.57 2020 Orange Lutheran Fullerton, CA
Gavin Nalu 1.57 2021 Cathedral Catholic La Mesa, CA
Trace Ramos 1.58 2020 Christian El Cajon, CA
Brandon Hinds 1.59 2020 Centennial Corona, CA
Brandon Whiting 1.59 2021 Canyon Palmdale, CA
Ryan King 1.60 2021 Burbank Burbank, CA
Andrew Sloan 1.60 2022 Jesuit Sacramento, CA
Garret Ostrander 1.61 2020 Del Norte Rancho Bernardo, CA
Garrett Teunissen 1.61 2021 Hillcrest Corona, CA
Adam Arroyo 1.62 2020 Capistrano Valley Laguna Niguel, CA
Prince DeBoskie 1.62 2022 Hamilton Chandler, AZ
Brendan Goodrow 1.62 2021 St. Ignatius College Prep Burlingame, CA
Rhett Larocca 1.62 2022 The Bishop`s Rancho Santa Fe, CA
Aidan Lazovsky 1.62 2021 Los Gatos Los Gatos, CA
Daniel McElveny 1.62 2021 Bonita Vista Chula Vista, CA
Jacob Walton 1.62 2020 Junipero Serra Los Angeles, CA
Tyree Reed 1.63 2021 American Canyon Vallejo, CA
William Brooks 1.64 2020 Huntington Beach Huntington Beach, CA
Daniel Lee 1.64 2020 Capistrano Valley Mission Viejo, CA
Jamie Robertson 1.64 2022 Palos Verdes Palos Verdes Estates, CA
Sammy Rubio 1.64 2020 Centennial Corona, CA
Owen Dargie 1.65 2021 Carlsbad Carlsbad, CA
Owen Gott 1.65 2022 Cerritos Lakewood, CA
Carter Hunt 1.65 2021 Del Norte San Diego, CA
Mason Musgrave 1.65 2020 Riverdale Riverdale, CA
Kainoa Williams 1.65 2021 Westview San Diego, CA


11-Purple Vs. 12-Red Game Highlights

6/1/2019

Zachary Freeman (2020 OF, Sherman Oaks, CA) Showed impressive range in the outfield coming in for a full extension diving catch to end the third inning. At the plate was able to collect two hits including a hard single back up the middle. 

Tucker Bougie (2021 1B, Mill Valley, CA) Flashed the ability to get the barrel head out with good bat speed and barrel control turning on an inside fastball for a loud double down the right field line. 

Colby Martin (2020 OF, Livermore, CA) Showed good power to the pull side with a loud double in his second at bat of the game. Flashed good speed with a stolen base to go along with his double.

19 - Orange vs. 20 - Red Game Highlights

6/1/2019

Samuel Schwartz (2021 1B, San Clemente, CA) had a strong day at the plate with a pair of hard hit balls. A loud double to the left field corner was paired with a smashed single to RCF. Schwartz flashed good barrel speed and feel in today's game and really lets the ball travel at the plate. 

Mason McGwire (2022 RHP, Irvine, CA) had a strong day on the mound striking out five in his three innings of work. McGwire's splitter became a swing and miss pitch with good run and sink as his outing continued, and the righty is a name to keep an eye on in the 2022 class. 

Haydon Huff (2020 MIF, Riverside, CA) made some noise at the plate today, going 3-for-4 with an RBI. Huff was able to showcase his ability to make hard contact to the opposite field this afternoon, and he has also shown an ability to see the ball deep and use great barrel feel to drive the baseball. 

Aman Khera (2020 RHP, Newark, CA) had a run-scoring double to the right field gap this afternoon. Khera has quick hands and some excellent bat speed, and he also showed some good speed throughout the course of the game. 

Garrett Riley (2020 LHP, Santa Ana, CA) ripped a triple over the head of the right fielder in today's action. Riley, who has a very athletic build and solid frame, flashed some good bat speed as well as some excellent pull-side power. 

Nico Ortiz (2021 1B, Pomona, CA) was great at the plate in today's action with a hard-hit double to the left field gap. Ortiz has some great feel with the barrel and the ball just jumps off his bat. 

Ben Grable (2020 SS, Pasadena, CA) was the most dominant arm in today's game flashing a fastball up to 91. The athletic and physical righty recorded four strikeouts in just two innings of work, and the fastball caught the attention of everyone in the stands. 

17-Maroon v. 18-Navy Game Highlights

6/1/2019

Conner Palluck (2022 1B, Las Vegas, NV) started the scoring off for the Navy team showcasing his maturity at the plate with a solid at bat and base hit up the middle driving in a run.

Sophomore right hander Darren Davis (2021 RHP, Santa Clarita, CA) then took over the hill and began what was a pitching clinic for team maroon. His free and easy arm touched 83 mph and he was locating his slider effectively to both sides of the plate. 

Scott Ellis (2020 OF, Covina, CA) then followed on the rubber with a fantastic performance going three full innings while fanning seven. Navy hitters couldn't figure out Ellis as he was living around 85-to-88 mph and throwing a devastating off-speed with conviction.

On the hill for team Navy Braeden Ross (2021 OF, El Cajon, CA) looked solid sitting low-80's with some intentional cut on his fastball. He saved his 12-to-6 curveball until his second inning of work and baffled hitters once he revealed it. Later in the ball game, the back end of the maroon lineup capped off wonderful days at the plate. 

Bradley Ezell Jr (2020 3B, Redlands, CA) went 2-for-2 with a scorched line drive double into the right field gap. Ezell Jr. lived to on opposite side and showcased his strong hands and solid bat path. 

Jake Woltman (2021 1B, Carlsbad, CA) also went 2-for-2 on the day with a two run double that two hopped the left field fence. Woltman gets his barrel on plane quickly and works his hands down through the zone with authority. Maroon defeated Navy 3-2. 

Top C Pop Times

6/1/2019

Name Pop Grad School Hometown
Adam Arroyo 1.81 2020 Capistrano Valley Laguna Niguel, CA
Cort Butler 1.83 2021 Buckeye Union Buckeye, AZ
Grant Weiss 1.90 2020 Valencia Valencia, CA
Michael Brucelas (Barrios) 1.93 2021 San Pedro San Pedro, CA
Noah Rodriguez 1.93 2022 La Mirada La Habra, CA
Owen Gott 1.94 2022 Cerritos Lakewood, CA
Daniel Vendl 1.94 2022 Palm Desert Indian Wells, CA
Nathan Beckley 1.95 2021 San Clemente Aliso Viejo, CA
Gavin Copeland 1.95 2021 Heritage Menifee, CA
Cal Barna 1.96 2021 Piedmont Piedmont, CA
Jacob Sharp 1.96 2020 La Mirada Whittier, CA
Oliver Steele 1.96 2021 Westlake Thousand Oaks, CA
Jp Hefft 1.97 2020 San Clemente San Clemente, CA
Dalton Cram 1.98 2020 Riverside Poly Riverside, CA
Rocco DiFrancesco 2.00 2021 Dana Hills Dana Point, CA
Andrew Sloan 2.00 2022 Jesuit Sacramento, CA


Top C Velocities

6/1/2019

Name C Grad School Hometown
Adam Arroyo 84 2020 Capistrano Valley Laguna Niguel, CA
Jacob Sharp 79 2020 La Mirada Whittier, CA
Grant Weiss 79 2020 Valencia Valencia, CA
Owen Gott 78 2022 Cerritos Lakewood, CA
Oliver Steele 78 2021 Westlake Thousand Oaks, CA
Cal Barna 77 2021 Piedmont Piedmont, CA
Cort Butler 77 2021 Buckeye Union Buckeye, AZ
Dalton Cram 77 2020 Riverside Poly Riverside, CA
Jp Hefft 77 2020 San Clemente San Clemente, CA
Jonathan Siwiecki 76 2020 Los Altos Whittier, CA
Trenten Alles 75 2020 Central Kerman, CA
Aaron Nease 75 2021 Blanchet Salem, OR
Zack Osborne 75 2021 Mater Dei Garden Grove, CA
Troy Smith 75 2020 Mater Dei Newport Beach, CA
Joshua Carlson 74 2021 Valley View Moreno Valley, CA
Noah Rodriguez 74 2022 La Mirada La Habra, CA
Garrett Teunissen 74 2021 Hillcrest Corona, CA


Top 1B Velocities

6/1/2019

Name 1B Grad School Hometown
Malikai Wickley 86 2020 Junipero Serra Los Angeles, CA
Justin Baldwin 84 2020 St. Bernard Los Angeles, CA
Victor Martinez 84 2020 Angelo Rodriguez Fairfield, CA
Max McGwire 82 2021 JSerra Catholic Irvine, CA
Jack Johnson 81 2021 Archbishop Murphy Arlington, WA
Ryan Webster 81 2020 Bonanza Las Vegas, NV
Elias Holbert 80 2021 Sherwood Sherwood, OR
Garrett Riley 80 2020 Mater Dei Santa Ana, CA
Braeden Ross 80 2021 Christian El Cajon, CA
Cameron Tracy 80 2022 Poway Poway, CA
Cade McClelland 79 2021 Mission Viejo Mission Viejo, CA
Nico Ortiz 79 2021 Damien Pomona, CA


Top INF Velocities

6/1/2019

Name IF Grad School Hometown
Tucker Bougie 88 2021 Tamalpais Mill Valley, CA
Tyler Gough 88 2022 Heritage Perris, CA
Jimmy Gomez 87 2020 Sunnyside Fresno, CA
Ben Grable 87 2020 Flintridge Preparatory Pasadena, CA
Alex Fernandes 86 2021 San Marcos San Marcos, CA
CJ Glenn 86 2020 Casteel Phoenix, AZ
Daniel McElveny 86 2021 Bonita Vista Chula Vista, CA
Mason Musgrave 86 2020 Riverdale Riverdale, CA
Jake Marquez 85 2020 Christopher Columbus Miami, FL
Garret Ostrander 85 2020 Del Norte Rancho Bernardo, CA
Gabe D'Arcy 83 2021 JSerra Catholic San Clemente, CA
Jack Johnson 83 2021 Archbishop Murphy Arlington, WA
Malikai Wickley 83 2020 Junipero Serra Los Angeles, CA
Nicolas Baum 82 2020 Torrey Pines Solana Beach, CA
Carter Hunt 82 2021 Del Norte San Diego, CA
Jordan Jaffe 82 2022 Calabasas Thousand Oaks, CA
Anthony Ortiz 82 2020 St. John Bosco Montebello, CA
Chase Stewart 82 2020 Hanford Richland, WA
Kaehukai Young 82 2021 Fresno Fresno, CA


Top OF Velocities

6/1/2019

Name OF Grad School Hometown
Scott Ellis 93 2020 Thousand Oaks Covina, CA
Tyree Reed 91 2021 American Canyon Vallejo, CA
Zachary Freeman 89 2020 Sierra Canyon Sherman Oaks, CA
Maxwell Leuga 89 2020 Green Valley Las Vegas, NV
Cayden Clark 88 2021 Stansbury Erda, UT
Bretton Edwards 87 2020 Santa Monica Santa Monica, CA
Daniel Lee 87 2020 Capistrano Valley Mission Viejo, CA
Jacob Sharp 87 2020 La Mirada Whittier, CA
Jonathan Siwiecki 87 2020 Los Altos Whittier, CA
Drew Woody 87 2020 Highland Gilbert, AZ
EQ Workinger 87 2020 California Connections Academy Encinitas, CA
Anthony Alvarez 86 2022 Califo