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2020 Top Prospects

Alex Freeland  SS - 2020 - Cape Coral, FL

The switch hitter looks right at home in the batters box. He maintains confidence from both sides of the plate and shows the ability to drive balls to the gap consistently. The UCF commit is a sure handed defender at shortstop with plenty of arm strength to make all the plays. He recently competed in the Perfect Game All American Classic and gets rave reviews for his competitiveness and high baseball IQ.

Nolan Schanuel  OF - 2020 - Boynton Beach, FL
Florida Atlantic

The left-handed hitter has gained steam all summer for his ability to barrel the baseball regularly. He did nothing but solidify his status as one of the most pure hitters in the state, while competing in Miami. The 6-3/195 left-handed hitter uses his long torso to create good torque which allowed him to show good raw power during BP, hitting a few balls that cleared the right field wall. The smooth swing always seems to play in games where he found four barrels, three of which were base hits. His arm plays in right field and was up to 89 during drills, and he mixed in four stolen bases for good measure.

Sebastian "Bazz" Jimenez  C - 2020 - Miami, FL
Florida State

Jimenez has massive projection in his 6-4 frame and now that he is filling out all of his tools are getting loud. He turns well at the plate and shows good acceleration and length through contact. He was first on all there Diamond Kinetic specs at the event, and hammered a double during game play. The FSU commit shows loose hips behind the plate and very good catch and throw skill, popping a sub 2.0 during workouts. Legitimate high upside for this young backstop.

Caleb Pendleton  C - 2020 - Jensen Beach, FL
Florida Atlantic

Known for being one of the best catch and throw prospects in the class, it was his quick right-handed swing that caught everyones attention. He sprayed line drives during workouts with a very accurate barrel. The FAU commit uses his levers to get good acceleration through contact and whips the bat head through contact. He had a loud line drive single during game play, and his 6-1/180 frame projects well for future power.

McGwire Holbrook  C - 2020 - Orlando, FL
West Virginia

Holbrook is as strong as any prospect in the country and showed off big power in BP making the field at Miami look rather small. He generates good hand speed and keeps it through contact. The catching prospect continues to refine his footwork and displayed good consistency, and even popped a 1.88. It all translates into game play where he barreled a line drive to the pull side for a hit, and later threw a runner out trying to steal.

Kian Knutson  OF - 2020 - Tampa, FL

Looks like one of the best uncommitted position prospects left in the state. His 6-1/190 frame is chiseled but still has plenty of room to fill out. The uber twitchy outfielder takes explosive strides and covers ground in a hurry. His swing is short and quick and he hammered a line drive that registered 94 mph off the bat. The right-handed hitter is a must see heading into the Fall.

Frank Elissalt  RHP - 2020 - Miami, FL

The right-handed pitcher has a compact and direct delivery that has no extra movement to create effortless velocity. He used a high 3/4 slot with a consistent a release point on his 4-pitch mix. The uncommitted prospect peaked at 91 with tilt, and his upper-70s slider and changeup show big promise.

Jalen DeBose  OF - 2020 - Sanford, FL
Florida Atlantic

The centerfield prospect glides all over the field, using his big time speed to cover a lot of ground in the outfield as well as being disruptive on the base paths. He has made huge strides offensively, controlling the zone well and showing nice raw power to the pull side. He launched a few balls into the net well beyond the left field wall during BP, showing easy plus bat speed.

Shawn Perez  OF - 2020 - Cutler Bay, FL
Florida International

Perez has a sturdy 6-3/205 frame with easy projection as he continues to firm up. His low slot produces hard sink on his fastball that sat in the upper-80s. The pitch got a lot of soft roundball contact during his outing. He threw a slider that peaked at 73 that got depth when he got extended. The right-handers arsenal is difficult to square because everything moves late and hard.

Alberto McCarthy  LHP - 2020 - Melbourne, FL

McCarthy has always been an arm that oozes upside, he is trending in the right direction to tap into that talent with his outing in Miami. His delivery was more refined and he repeated it much better, which allowed him to throw a lot of strikes in his three inning stint. The left-handers fastball topped at 89 with arm side run. He got some swing and miss on his 76-79 slider and flashed a changeup at 81 with some sink.

Mikel Cuvet  OF - 2020 - Fort Lauderdale, FL

Cuvet flashed real bat speed during his BP round, hammering balls deep to the right field gap. He looks the part and found the barrel consistently. As his game develops and he can create some space out front, he will easily elevate balls a long way to the pull side. He showed 89 mph arm strength from the outfield during drills and has matched that on the mound in the past.

Dylan Brazil  OF - 2020 - Lake Mary, FL

The 5-8 outfielder is tightly wound and explosive in all phases of his game. He projects as a top of the order disruptive force at the next level and showed that ability when he hit a sharp single to right and proceeded to take two extra bases, ending up on third base. Defensively, he displayed good instincts and range and will surely stay in centerfield.

Jakoby Stanley  SS - 2020 - Coral Springs, FL

The versatile defender has good actions and the ability to play all over the infield. His 5-11 frame is wiry and should fill out nicely as he matures. The uncommitted prospect displayed the ability to round the ball and stay balance with a consistent transfer and accurate arm. He is a right handed hitter who shows flick in his wrists and stayed with a solid gap to gap approach.

John Dominguez Jr  OF - 2020 - Punta Gorda, FL

There is a lot to like about the overall package that Dominguez displayed during the event. He moves well in the outfield and showed a good arm in workouts at 89. The right handed hitter stays short and gets on plane early allowing him to use a solid all fields approach. He also hopped on the mound topping at 85. He looks the part and should develop nicely with added reps.

2021 Top Prospects

Jonathan Vastine  SS - 2021 - Bartow, FL

Possessing one of the very best hit tools in the entire class, he hammered balls all over the field in BP, and then continued that in game play with multiple hits on the weekend. The shortstop runs exceptionally well and displays a great first step defensively. Jumping on the mound to close out the event, he peaked at 87 in a perfect showing the ability to spin the baseball at will. Absolutely elite 2-way guy.

Edwin Arroyo-Agosto  SS - 2021 - Arecibo, PR
Florida State

Arroyo has been a splash name on the summer circuit and had a great weekend in Miami. The switch hitter has twitchy hands that produce hard line drive contact from the right side, and the ability to lift with authority from the left side. His left-handed swing saw a couple homers in batting practice, followed by a loud barrel during game play. The FSU commit is a rangy defender, that will stay at short stop long term, and has the ability to make the most difficult plays look routine. His arm plays well as it was up to 90 during infield workouts, and has been up to 88 on the bump in the past.

Alex Ulloa  SS - 2021 - Cutler Bay, FL

Ulloa loves to play the game and continued to play hard on the field where he is committed to play, The University of Miami. He shows real bat speed in BP and the ball explodes off the bat. This easily translates in game and he is very consistent getting off his "A" swing. He has quick feet and takes good angles at short stop, displaying a strong arm during drills that was up to 90. The IQ is really high.

Jayden Melendez  C - 2021 - Palmetto Bay, FL
Florida International

Showed a noticeable jump in bat speed this weekend as he is finally starting to fill out his broad shoulders. Known for his ability to catch and throw, he easily popped a 1.90 using a fluid game like approach. The ball jumped off his bat in BP and he took it to the games hammering three balls on Sunday, hitting a double and narrowly missing a home run as well.

Austin Grause  RHP - 2021 - Tampa, FL
South Florida

Displayed great 2-way ability this weekend in Miami. He is a versatile defender showing the ability to play all over the infield and has offensive upside with strong hands and the ability to drive the ball to the pull side. On the bump, the right-handed pitcher has electric arm speed with a fastball that lives in the upper-80s. His ability to spin the baseball is the separator, keeping his hand speed up and consistency commanding his slider that projects to be a plus pitch in the future.

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

The right-handed hitter continues to ring the bell at the plate during each event. He throws heavy hands and drive balls deep to all parts of the field. He has an intent based approach, even with this approach he has a unique ability to not swing and miss. He continues to develop at third base and has plenty of arm strength, 91 in drills, to stay at the hot corner.

Cole Russo  3B - 2021 - Tampa, FL

Russo uses his strong frame to create elite core speed. He creates great extension and shows the ability to loft balls to the pull side. Th left-handed hitter is ultra confident and consistently gets off his powerful swing in games, doing damage to baseballs regularly.

Marcus Franco  1B - 2021 - Miramar, FL
Florida International

The 6-3/224 first baseman uses his big frame and strong hands to generate easy barrel speed that shows great impact at contact. His BP was loud, lifting a couple homers to the pull side. The right-handed hitter uses the power well in games as he hit a towering double to the centerfield wall.

Tommy Ramos  SS - 2021 - Hialeah, FL

Ramos has taken some of the loudest BPs on the showcase circuit this summer and continued that at the Top Prospect Games. He hit multiple balls well over the wall in left field, one of which was over the screen and onto the soccer field at the University of Miami. He has soft hands and moves laterally well. He is versatile but should find a home, as an above average defender, at the hot corner in the future.

Giovanny Cueto  C - 2021 - Miami, FL

Cueto is a polished backstop that has an ease to his overall game. He uses simple footwork and looks effortless as he throws very accurately to the bases. The uncommitted prospect has a quiet hand load and minimal movement to produce well above average bat speed, and his barrel is accurate.

Aaron Deegan  3B - 2021 - Largo, FL

The 2-way prospect popped up in a big way, hitting a no doubt home run to left field during game play. He creates good hand speed and shows the ability to get extension through contact. The R/R prospect also displayed good ability to throw strikes with three pitches. His fastball sat in the low-80s with a lot of upside in his athletic delivery and clean arm action.

Grant Siegel  SS - 2021 - Plantation, FL

Looks the part at 6-2/185 with a proportioned wiry frame. He is an excellent athlete who moves well on the infield and reached 86 mph from shortstop during drills. The right handed hitter has a low effort swing and the ball carries off the bat. The Tulane commit jumped on the mound where he peaked at 87 with his fastball. He gets good extension on the pitch getting lots of soft contact due to the late life on the pitch. The righty showed a legit go-to secondary offering in his mid-70s curveball with big sharp downer break.

Ryan Skelly  RHP - 2021 - Tampa, FL

The right-handed pitcher showed firm stuff throughout his 3 clean innings. He showed an up tempo delivery that led to very good arm speed with a fastball that topped at 89. The pitch jumped out of his hand and got many swing and misses. The uncommitted prospect has lots of room to fill out in his 6-2 frame and already has some feel for his developing secondary offerings.

Renzo Gonzalez  OF - 2021 - Tampa, FL

The sweet swinging left-handed hitter showed well during workouts. He took a professional approach, driving balls to the middle of the field repeatedly. The Miami commit looked right at home playing on his future field.

Ty Hollandsworth  OF - 2021 - Parkland, FL

Hollandsworth continues to have a very good summer, showing twitch at the plate and good range on the defensive side in the outfield. His arm was up to 91 and very accurate throwing to bases. The uncommitted prospect is a good runner and should be able to stay in centerfield long term.

Billy “BJ” Graham Jr.  OF - 2021 - Thonotosassa, FL

The uncommitted prospect is extremely strong and uses his strength well in his powerful left-handed swing. His bottom hand provides plenty of whip and allows hit to see pitches deep and flick line drives all over the park. The outfield prospect moves well for his size and shows good instincts that bring versatility to his overall game.

Dominic Castellano  LHP - 2021 - Tampa, FL

Castellano had three very easy innings, working both sides of the plate with his fastball that peaked at 85. The offering had late life and was not squared at all in Miami. He was fearless in his pitch calling and working his low-70s curveball to his glove side and changeup in the mid-70s with good fade. The uncommitted prospect will continue to make consistent jumps with a tight delivery and very clean arm action.

Aaron Saltsman  OF - 2021 - Rockledge, FL

The ultra competitive Saltsman took some of the toughest at bats of anyone at the event. He works counts well and lets his barrel go quickly when there is a pitch over the plate. The outfielder has a big arm that peaked at 90 during drills and he shows great instincts overall.

Justin Quintana  OF - 2021 - Miramar, FL

Quintana is a strong outfield prospect that looks like he can stay in centerfield long term. His swing is tight and he works through the ball with a flat path and the barrel stays in the zone a long time. The right-handed hitter has fluidity to his game that should help his development as he continues to get reps.

Diego Prieto  C - 2021 - Doral, FL

The uncommitted backstop had a very solid weekend. He popped a 1.87 during workouts, threw a runner out trying to steal second base, and hit a few balls on the screws. One of his swings was belted to the wall in left field, just missing a home run. He displays a nice power bat, power arm combination.

Nicholas Fraginals  RHP - 2021 - Miramar, FL

The uncommitted right-handed pitcher was up to 86 and commanded his fastball to both sides of the plate. His arm speed and body should translate into a natural increase in velocity as he adds strength. The secondary stuff projects well and got some empty swings on the pitch in the mid-70s during his clean 3-inning outing.

Justin Webster  RHP - 2021 - Pembroke Pines, FL

Webster is an upside arm that lived in the mid-80s and peaked at 88. He sports a 3-pitch mix with a curveball that shows good shape and a changeup that is in the developing stages, both in the mid-70s. He has a live body that you can really dream on.

Connor Manning  RHP - 2021 - Coral Springs, FL
South Florida

The USF commit is a sturdy workhorse that is methodical attacking hitters to his glove side with a cutting fastball that peaked at 87. His slider shows promise in the upper-70s and he landed it during his short stint. The right-handed pitcher has a clean arm action and should make a natural jump as he develops.

Jack Cebert  RHP - 2021 - Tampa, FL

The young right-handed pitcher has life to his body and his arm works extremely well. He is very athletic and the ball jumps out of his hand when he is on time, producing a fastball that touched 86. The Stetson commit showed solid secondary stuff and his changeup in the upper-70s should be a go to pitch in the future.

Anthony Nelson  LHP - 2021 - Pembroke Pines, FL

Nelson showed a compact delivery that he repeated easily firing fastballs from a low 3/4 slot that peaked at 85. He did a good job keeping hitters off balance, mixing three pitches, and working mostly to his arm side. He is athletic, the ball comes out clean, and has some upside ad he physically matures.

John Schroeder  C - 2021 - Lakewood Ranch, FL

The switch hitting catcher showed very good barrel skills from both sides of the plate. His bat speed was pretty even, though he showed a bit more lift in his left-handed swing. He has an athletic frame that projects well. The uncommitted prospect has good feel to catch and throw and should be a riser as he continues to get reps receiving and blocking.

Sean Ambrose  SS - 2021 - Miami, FL
Florida International

The middle infield prospect plays the game extremely hard and gets the most out of his 5-7/155 frame. He has quick feet and stays balanced in his approach to grounders that allow him to be consistent and accurate. The FIU commit knows himself and uses a line drive approach and sprays the ball to all fields, then he creates havoc when he gets on the bases.

Xavier Cintron  SS - 2021 - Orlando, FL

Cintron is a shifty defender that plays the game especially hard. His feet and glove would play well at shortstop and if his arm continues to get stronger he can stay there long term. The switch hitter has a quick barrel from both sides and he really knows himself, spraying low liners to all fields. He was also aggressive on the bases.

Kohl Robertson  OF - 2021 - Land O' Lakes, FL

Robertson is a versatile defender with the ability to play all there outfield spots and can even spot start on the corner infield. He has a smooth right handed swing, using a balanced set up, that translated to three hits on the weekend. One of the hits being a bases loaded double off the top of the left field wall.

Christian Orduna  LHP - 2021 - Miami, FL

Showed nice 2-way ability during the course of the event. He showed good arm strength from the outfield at 87, and at first base at 85. The left handed hitter has a tight swing and willingness to go the other way, as he did on a hard liner to left field during game play. He also shows upside on the mound with elite feel for three pitches. His fastball was up to 82 and he tunneled a curveball at 70 and a sinking changeup at 74.

2022 Top Prospects

Evan Dobias  RHP - 2022 - Sunrise, FL

Dobias has a lot of arm talent and showcased that during his outing. He had to battle in the first inning with a fastball that was up to 88. The Virginia commit was impressive after, dominating with the ability to throw his breaking balls to both sides and using his fastball to get in hard on hitters. His overall feel for pitching was evident and his aptitude for making adjustments was fun to watch for a such a young prospect.

Gunnett Carlson  C - 2022 - Tampa, FL
Florida State

The left-handed hitter has a very powerful swing and looks to do damage when he gets in the box. He had multiple hits on the weekend including a long double that got to the right field wall in a hurry. The bat will carry, but he also shows good ability to receive and block from his catching position. While his arm develops over the next few years, the left-handed hitting catcher will garner a lot of attention.

Jeremy Weaver  RHP - 2022 - Winter Haven, FL
South Florida

The USF commit shows a ton of promise with a loose arm and consistent release point. His fastball peaked at 84 and has a ton more in the tank as his body matures. He shows the ability to spin his slider and it slipped under multiple barrels during his outing.

Bobby Fasulo  OF - 2022 - Jupiter, FL

The 2-way prospect has legitimate upside on both sides of the ball. He shows natural stretch in his right-handed swing that generates lots of hand speed. The young prospect has an athletic 6-1 frame and he uses his long arms to create good extension on his fastball in the low-80s. He showed a clean arm stroke and maintain his release point when throwing his curveball at 72.

2023 Top Prospects

Tugg Hollandsworth  OF - 2023 - Parkland, FL

The younger Hollandsworth showed very well playing against much older competition. He moves easily in the outfield and has really good foot speed, racing to balls in the gap. His arm plays well and he was accurate throwing to the bases. The left-handed hitter has some flick and already shows the ability to hit line drives to all fields. It will be fun to watch his development over the next few years.

Free Agents Top Prospects

Armando Cruz  SS - Free Agents - Santo Domingo, NC DOM

Cruz has some of the most natural ability to play the shortstop position of anyone his age on the planet. He has instincts, fast feet and very soft hands. The uber prospect showed a big arm at 92 and the ability to transfer and throw accurately with ease. The bat projects, showing good hand speed and will get more accurate as he continues to get reps.

Joaan De Jesus  SS - Free Agents - Santo Domingo, NC DOM

The youngest player at the event, who will compete in the 13U Perfect Game Festival in Norman, OK. He has a spring to his step and seems to bounce around the infield at shortstop. The young shortstop has serious range and a lightning quick transfer, also showing the ability to change arm angles and make accurate throws. The right-handed hitter keeps a line drive approach to the middle of the field which fits his game until he physically matures.

Anthony Peguero  OF - Free Agents - Santo Domingo, NC DOM

Peguero has an elite set of tools as he threw 92 from the outfield and runs exceptionally well. The right-handed hitter shows lots of whip in his swing and gets good leverage with his long limbs. The ball jumps off his barrel and he displayed some low tot the pull side.

Elian García  OF - Free Agents - Santo Domingo, NC DOM

The quick twitch left-handed hitter got better as his round of BP went on. The international player showed intent and accuracy as he pounded line drives to the pull side. He has boxed shoulders and room to bulk up in his upper half, when that happens the bat could get real in a hurry.

Airon Reyes  3B - Free Agents - Port St Lucie, PM DOM

Reyes has some of the best raw tools of any Top Prospect Games. He has a big weight shift that creates serious bat speed working towards the ball. The uncommitted prospect has soft hands and the ability to quickly transfer and his arm carries very well from the left side of the infield.

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