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2021 Top Prospects

Ian Moller  C - 2021 - Dubuque, IA
Louisiana State

Moller was an early commit to LSU and continued to take the next step with his tools, showcasing an advanced defensive skillset behind the plate, highlighted by a strong throwing arm. His tools are just as loud offensively with quick hands and loose wrists, showing nice impact off the barrel and picked up a double in game as well.

Marcelo Mayer  SS - 2021 - Chula Vista, CA
Southern California

There's a lot to like when it comes to Mayer's overall game and it's only going to improve as he continues to develop physically. He's a lefthanded hitting shortstop who showed a nice feel for the barrel with present bat speed but also made one of the top defensive plays behind second base in which he picked the ball and flipped it in stride to record the force out at second base.

Chase Petty  RHP - 2021 - Somers Point, NJ
Uncommitted

Petty's arm speed on the bump is electric and quickly demanded everybody's attention who was in attendance in San Diego. The uncommitted righthanded out of New Jersey ran his fastball up to 93 mph from a lower that which helped generate sinking life while spinning a potential plus slider up to 83 mph with hard, late bite.

Drake Varnado  SS - 2021 - Port Neches, TX
Uncommitted

Varnado has all the tools to be coming back to San Diego next year to play in the All-American Classic. His wiry 6-2/175 pound frame is going to fill out and he already has plus right handed bat speed with plenty of juice in the barrel. He has one of the best arms in the 2021 class at shortstop and has run 6.7 at PG events in the past.

Irving Carter  RHP - 2021 - Boynton Beach, FL
Miami

Carter has proven to be one of the more consistent arms on the circuit and though he didn't have his best command in this outing, he was impressive nonetheless. The Miami commit ran his fastball up to 92 mph with plane and life to it while varying looks and tempo and landing both a slider and changeup for strikes.

Alonzo Tredwell  RHP - 2021 - Coto De Caza, CA
UCLA

Tredwell certainly looks the part of a high end arm at the next level standing 6-7/225 already with obvious room to fill. His delivery is a rather simple one, allowing for plenty of strikes while missing bats with a fastball up to 91 mph while showing feel for turning over a changeup at 82 mph. He also swung it well from the left side and has two-way potential with pop in his bat.

Tommy White  3B - 2021 - St. Pete Beach, FL
North Carolina State

Tommy White has established himself already on the national circuit for having one of the quicker bats along with the ability to generate big jump at the point of contact. His showing in San Diego was no different, driving the ball to all parts of the field throughout the event while showing loose and balanced actions at third base as well.

Thomas Dilandri  OF - 2021 - Las Vegas, NV
TCU

Dilandri has an extremely athletic 6-3/195 build and tons of quick twitch muscles for his size. He creates some serious barrel whip in his right handed swing and has big power when he barrels the ball. Dilandri is also a 6.61 runner with premium right field arm strength in the outfield.

Rob Gordon  SS - 2021 - Smyrna, GA
Vanderbilt

Gordon recently committed to Vanderbilt and has been excellent all summer, showing a nice combo of present tools and projection. He creates whip with the barrel through the zone and is able to impact the ball already to his pull side while exhibiting soft hands and fluid actions up the middle, making throws from a variety of arm slots.

Cody Schrier  SS - 2021 - San Clemente, CA
Southern California

Schrier is starting to fill out and has added plenty of strength to his 6-0/180 build over the last year, which just gives him even more impressive raw right handed bat speed. He has solid middle infield actions with especially good footwork and may profile best as an offensive minded second baseman in the future.

Brock Selvidge  LHP - 2021 - Chandler, AZ
Louisiana State

An LSU commit out of Arizona, Selvidge continues to make strides every time we see him and his outing in San Diego was no different. With added strength to his frame, Selvidge stays short through the back and creates big angle to his fastball which topped out at 90 mph while mixing in a hard slider up to 78 mph for strikes.

Jonathan Santucci  OF - 2021 - Leominster, MA
Duke

Santucci continued with his breakout summer in San Diego and shouldn't remain uncommitted for too much longer. The lefthanded stick out of Massachusetts took a consistent round of BP and also found the barrel in game. There's also two-way potential as he was up to 87 mph with a quick arm and the feel for spinning a mid-70s slider.

Greysen Carter  RHP - 2021 - Louisville, CO
Uncommitted

Carter isn't as well known on the national circuit as some of other players in attendance but that's certain to change given his performance in San Diego. Standing at 6-4/205 Carter pounded his fastball down hill with steep plane, topping out at 93 mph while living in the 89-92 mph while flashing a 12-6 shaped curveball up to 75 mph.

Cameron Magee  SS - 2021 - Anaheim, CA
San Diego

Magee is a quick twitch middle infielder with smooth athletic actions on defense but his most interesting tool for the future might be his left handed bat as next level shortstop. He has lightning quick hands that explode on the ball and create very good bat speed for a young bodied 6-0/170 athlete.

Matthew Polk  OF - 2021 - Long Beach, CA
UCLA

Polk is a very twitchy athlete who makes up for his young 5-11/170 build with his quick hands and very aggressive right handed swing that creates outstanding raw bat speed. He's never been timed in the sixty at a PG event but he looks like he's a 6.5-6.6 type of runner whose speed can impact the game.

Harrison Feinberg  OF - 2021 - Greenwich, CT
Uncommitted

Feinberg has some serious right handed juice in his bat, which he showed multiple times in the games, especially when he blasted a no doubt home run to left field. A strong 6-0/190 athlete, he projects as a strong armed right fielder at the next level.

Max McGwire  1B - 2021 - Irvine, CA
Uncommitted

McGwire put on a show during BP and despite putting out four in batting practice, there's still plenty more power to come as he fills out his 6-2/165 frame. His swing offers plenty of natural leverage with a quick barrel through the zone, lofting balls to his pull side with a low effort stroke and plenty of impact at the point of contact.

Tyler Collins  OF - 2021 - McKinney, TX
Oklahoma State

Collins may have been the fastest player at the showcase and runs effortlessly with his feet seeming to glide over the ground. He surprised with his left handed power when he turned on a fastball and drove it over the right fielder's head with the bases loaded for a triple despite having almost caught the runner at first base before he got to second.

Shane Panzini  RHP - 2021 - Spring Lake, NJ
Virginia

Panzini has a strong and athletic 6-2/205 build and big arm speed on the mound. He topped out at 91 mph and held his velocity well while showing tight spin and good depth on an upper 70's breaking ball. The New Jersey native looks like one of the top arms in the Northeast in the 2021 class.

Alex Ulloa  SS - 2021 - Cutler Bay, FL
Miami

Ulloa showed very well with his defensive actions up the middle throughout the event, especially on a softer roller to the six-hole in which he picked the ball and made an accurate throw off while mid-flight not many could. Along with the defensive actions Ulloa also drove the ball well off the barrel, especially to the opposite field for a couple base knocks.

Carlos Pena  OF - 2021 - Bayside, NY
Uncommitted

Pena is a big 6-3/195 hitter left handed hitter with some of the best raw power in the 2021 class. He has a notably relaxed approach at the plate and really explodes his hands and hips well starting his swing. The New York native also topped out at 90 mph on the mound.

Rene Lastres  C - 2021 - Hialeah Gardens, FL
Florida International

In an event full of talented backstops, Lastres and his arm strength stood out repeatedly in live action with high level carry and accuracy down to second base to catch multiple would-be thefts. There's lots of physical projection with the Florida International commit who also swung it well with loose wrists and present jump off the barrel.

Max Miller  RHP - 2021 - Carlsbad, CA
Arizona State

Miller has a strong 6-3/210 build and a mature pitching style with a complete four-pitch mix that he commands very well. His best pitch was a 81 mph slider that had nasty biting action and just disappeared a couple of times. The uncommitted right hander was up to 90 mph on his fastball and also threw a big curveball and a change up.

Satchell Norman  C - 2021 - Sarasota, FL
Florida State

Norman is a very toolsy catcher who stood out for his defense and athleticism as well as his two-way potential. He's quick and agile behind the plate and also has 6.89 speed that should enable him to play multiple positions at the next level. Norman was also up to 90 mph from the mound and has touched higher this summer.

Ben Petri  SS - 2021 - Lighthouse Point, FL
Virginia

Petri doesn't stand out in any single tool area but is just a solid all around player with good projectable tools across the board and the chance to stay in the middle of the infield defensively while providing a strong right handed bat. He's also a plus runner with a 6.59 sixty to his credit.

Dominic Scavone  3B - 2021 - Orlando, FL
Stetson

Scavone was simple outstanding on defense and turned in one of the top defensive showcase performances in PG memory, making play after play in games while showing an elite level of first step quickness, hands and accurate arm strength. His right handed swing has good strength and torque in it and projects some power.

James Wood  OF - 2021 - Olney, MD
Mississippi State

The 6-6/210 Wood offers near endless physical projection though his swing is a low effort and extremely easy one that already produces hard contact when squared up. He glides to the ball in the outfield with long strides and can cover plenty of ground while showing nice carry to his throws, also topping out at 89 mph on the mound.

Christopher Bernal  C - 2021 - McAllen, TX
Uncommitted

Bernal is a strong and surprisingly mobile catcher who has solid tools on both sides of the ball. He had a strong event with the bat especially, making hard consistent line drive contact with a well timed right handed swing.

Jalen Fulwood  OF - 2021 - Johns Creek, GA
Uncommitted

Fulwood jumped onto the national scene this summer and has continued to play well, showing loose and fluid actions in the outfield with plenty of range. He's full of quick-twitch muscle and already shows a handle for the barrel, squaring pitches up in live action while adjusting to secondary offerings as well.

Kurtis Reid  SS - 2021 - Hamilton, OH
Louisville

Reid is a tall and rangy shortstop with a very projectable 6-2/180 build and lots of present athleticism. He has the actions and tools to stay in the middle of the field defensively and a very fluid right handed swing with some present whip in the barrel and more to come.

Sean Smith  1B - 2021 - Pascagoula, MS
Uncommitted

Smith showed some of the better bat speed throughout the weekend and it's the type of tool that shouldn't remain uncommitted for too much longer. His live swings were just as impressive as his batting practice, showing fast hands with big jump and impact off of the barrel, regularly finding the barrel.

Alec Grossman  RHP - 2021 - Austin, TX
North Carolina

Grossman has an athletic middle infielder's build and a whippy arm that produced fastballs up to 93 mph at the WWBA 16U National Championships and 91 in San Diego. He shows some feel for a full four-pitch mix and should develop as a strike thrower due to his athleticism.

Trevor Haskins  SS - 2021 - San Jose, CA
Stanford

Haskins is a loose and fluid player who showed his talent from both sides of the ball, displaying his overall athleticism as well as plenty of physical projection. Defensively the Stanford commit moves well on his feet with fluidity, a trait that shows in his swing as well as he remains short and direct to the ball with quick hands and a natural feel for the barrel.

Tommy Ramos  SS - 2021 - Hialeah, FL
Uncommitted

Ramos and fellow Florida native Bryan Loriga have very similar prospect profiles as right handed hitters with top of the scale raw power, although Ramos has three inches and 15 pounds on Loriga. Ramos showed his power in the games with a blow off the top of the centerfield fence. He profiles, like Loriga, as a corner infielder at the next level.

Tristan Shoemaker  SS - 2021 - Weyers Cave, VA
Virginia

Shoemaker had an excellent event with the bat from the start of BP through his last at-bat in the games. The highlight was a long home run to left field when he jumped on a first pitch fastball from a new pitcher and turned on it hard.

Kelly Crumpton  SS - 2021 - Jackson, MS
Mississippi

Crumpton is a long and athletic 6-3/195 primary third baseman whose future seems likely to be on the mound. He only threw one inning in San Diego but worked at 89-91 mph with less effort and better command than he has shown often in the past and had nice, tight spin on a 79 mph breaking ball.

Drew Gray  OF - 2021 - Swansea, IL
Arkansas

Gray remains one of the most projectable players in the 2021 class, with a very athletic 6-2/170 build that is slowly getting stronger and stronger. In addition to his centerfield tools on defense and loose left handed swing, Gray also impressed as a two-way player up to 88 mph from the left side on the mound.

Bryan Loriga  3B - 2021 - Hialeah, FL
Florida International

Loriga put on an impressive power show in batting practice, launching three bombs over the left field fence at the USD ballpark, and swung the bat well in games as well. The key to his development will be continuing to work hard on improving his third base defense, as he has 90 mph arm strength across the diamond.

Lucas Torres  OF - 2021 - Cayey, PR
Alabama State

Torres has big right handed bat speed and barrel whip as his top tool and really projects as a right handed hitter. He plays all over the field on defense, including pitching, and settling down at one position might help him in his overall development.

Caleb Logerwell  3B - 2021 - McDonough, GA
Uncommitted

Logerwell is a long and strong 6-1/190 primary third baseman but his future looked like it was on the mound at this event. He worked up to 89 mph early with his fastball and showed a high spin rate curveball up to 77 mph when he kept up his arm speed on the pitch. The Dustin May-style hair doesn't hurt with a move to the mound, either.

Robby Mansour  SS - 2021 - San Dimas, CA
Cal Poly

Mansour doesn't come across as an especially toolsy athlete but is more the prototypical Southern California middle infielder who has a very advanced skill set and feel for the game. He has a short and crisp swing that promises a high average in the future and fast and sure hands on defense.

Josh Pearson  OF - 2021 - West Monroe, LA
Louisiana State

Pearson has a very similar profile to his older brother, Jacob, a third round pick by the Angels in 2017, with perhaps more present strength. Pearson swung the bat very well from the left side, getting big jump on consistent line drive game contact, and is also a solid runner who plays with energy.

John Rizzo  RHP - 2021 - The Woodlands, TX
Texas A&M

Rizzo is a pure arm strength player who threw 96 mph from the outfield, 95 mph from the infield and 92 mph from the mound. The key to his development will be his ability to tone down his max effort pitching mechanics so he can harness all that arm strength in the strike zone.

Michael Tsoukalas  C - 2021 - Arlington, WA
Oregon State

Tsoukalas is a big and extra strong 6-3/205 left handed hitter with bat speed and strength at the plate. He squared up the ball virtually every at-bat during the games with impressive jump off the barrel. He projects as a middle of the line up hitter at the next level, most likely while playing first base.

Eldridge Armstrong  3B - 2021 - Simi Valley, CA
Uncommitted

Armstrong is a loose and athletic 6-2/188 two-way prospect. He was up to 88 mph on the mound with a solid breaking ball and showed plenty of right handed bat speed and raw power potential.

Elvin Delic  SS - 2021 - Elk Grove, CA
Uncommitted

Delic is a live bodied defensive whiz at shortstop who plays with agility, athleticism and some flair. His right handed bat is a ways behind at present but his defense is more than enough to carry him.

Jabin Trosky  SS - 2021 - Carmel, CA
Oregon State

Trosky is a very similar player to fellow top prospect list member Elvis Delic as a quick and athletic shortstop with high level defensive actions. Trosky has the small advantage of being a switch-hitter at the plate.


2022 Top Prospects

Ian Ritchie Jr  RHP - 2022 - Bainbridge Island, WA
Oregon State

There's lots of upside with the young Oregon State commit though Ritchie's present arsenal is already plenty good. He ran his fastball up to 91 mph early in the contest, showing a fast arm stroke through the back and life through the zone, mixing in a nice fading changeup up to 78 mph with a similar arm stroke.

Tyler Gough  RHP - 2022 - Perris, CA
Oregon State

Gough came into the event highly ranked in the class of 2022 and after even just a few pitches it was obvious why as he continuously pounded the strike zone with a fastball that topped out at 91 mph. His arm action is both short and compact and he worked to either side of the plate with intent while mixing in a slider and a changeup as his secondaries.

Mikey Romero  SS - 2022 - Menifee, CA
Arizona

Romero is already committed to Arizona and he has the talent on the diamond that's only going to continue to improve with added strength. He's a lefthanded stick with a natural feel for the barrel and continued to shine defensively with active footwork up the middle and soft hands, showing a very quick transfer out of the glove.

Andrew Woods  RHP - 2022 - Monroe, LA
Alabama

Woods ran his fastball up to 90 mph in this look though there's little doubt that there will be more velocity to coming in due time. Standing at a long and projectable 6-2/165, Woods uses his length to his advantage in generating big extension out front, helping his fastball jump on hitters while spinning a hard curveball up to 82 mph.

Yoel Tejeda Jr  1B - 2022 - Davie, FL
Florida

Tejeda stands out for his immensely projectable 6-6/195 build and his ability as a two-way prospect, even though he hasn't really received much notice on the mound yet. His best present tool is his power from the left side as a switch-hitter, but he also threw up to 86 off the mound with a loose and very extended arm action.

Travis Sanders  SS - 2022 - Copperas Cove, TX

Sanders has natural shortstop actions in the middle infield and really moves well through the ball with a quick release. He squared up the ball well in the games with some strength in the barrel and plenty of offensive projectability.

David Horn  3B - 2022 - Murrieta, CA

Horn is a very projectable 6-4/180 athlete with two-way potential as he fills out and gets stronger. He was up to 89 mph on the mound and showed lots of potential with an 81 mph slider as a second pitch.


2023 Top Prospects

Duke Ekstrom  RHP - 2023 - San Diego, CA

Eckstrom was a late replacement for a pitcher who couldn't attend but put his name on the 2023 map with a solid performance. The young 2023 has a nice 6-1/65 build the really projects and a fastball that he ran up to 85 mph with big running life from a low 3/4's to almost sidearm slot.

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