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2020 Top Prospects

Tyler Tscherter  SS - 2020 - Reinbeck, IA
Kirkwood CC

Tscherter showed the ability to play both ways at the next level over the weekend. Tyler started the weekend off by posting a 6.94 second sixty-yard dash. During infield workouts the 2020 grad showed smooth actions with good range working to both sides of the field to go along with good arm strength topping out at 88 mph across the infield. On the mound the uncommitted righty throws from a low three-quarter arm slot with good arm speed creating movement on all pitches. Features a fastball up to 89 mph with hard arm side run complemented with a sharp slider at 81 mph and an interesting change up at 79 mph.

Andy Nelson  SS - 2020 - Winfield, IL
Iowa

Nelson has a certain athleticism and style of play that stands out every time. A primary shortstop, Nelson plays through the fielding actions well, showcasing clean glove actions and a quick release to throws up to 92 MPH across the diamond. Nelson has advanced bat-to-ball skills at the plate, and the Iowa commit wreaks havoc on the base paths with his elite speed for the size, running a 6.68 second sixty-yard dash.

Reece Beuter  RHP - 2020 - Cedar Falls, IA
Kirkwood CC

Beuter continued to open eyes on the mound this weekend. The uncommitted 2020 grad features an athletic delivery with good pace down the mound to go along with interesting arm speed from a three-quarter slot. Employs a faster pace keeping hitters uncomfortable in the box. Reece utilizes a two pitch mix with a fastball up to 90 mph with occasional arm side run and a 10/5 curveball with sharp break at 75 mph.

Noah Greise  C - 2020 - Omaha, NE
Wichita State

Greise's dynamic athleticism behind the plate and outstanding numbers make him a can't miss prospect out of Nebraska. Greise recorded a 1.84 second pop time during the defensive workout, showing off impressive arm strength and accuracy on throws up to 81 MPH. At the plate, the Wichita State commit showcased power to and through the pull side gap, and has a naturally lifted barrel plane with present bat speed.

Jackson Payne  RHP - 2020 - Clive, IA
Uncommitted

The South Dakota State commit features an athletic delivery with long limbs, getting extended out front well making the ball jump on hitters quickly. Payne showed impressive arm speed from a three-quarter slot. Showed a two pitch mix including a fastball up to 87 mph thrown for consistent strikes with a steep downhill plane complemented with a big 11/5 breaking ball at 76 mph creating consistent swing and miss throughout the outing.

Cole Robinson  1B - 2020 - High Ridge, MO
Missouri State

Robinson has an extremely physical frame, with present strength in the lower half. The primary first baseman has a good glove and plays clean defense, but really shines with the bat. The Missouri State commit recorded one of the loudest rounds of batting practice on Sunday, driving towering home runs and hard line drives to left field. Robinson has the same middle of the field to pull side approach in game action, and showed the ability to make hard contact and drive mistakes.

Alec Patino  C - 2020 - Sioux City, IA
Iowa Western CC

A recent Iowa Western commit, Patino has an athletic frame with clean and efficient actions behind the plate. A primary catcher, Patino receives well, has a quick exchange, and replaces the feet well to gain ground toward second base. Patino recorded a 1.82 second pop time, and made throws up to 79 MPH. At the plate, the left-handed hitter has some present bat speed to go with a naturally lifted barrel plane, leading to hard-hit balls to and through the pull side gap with frequency.

Dalton Rudd  C - 2020 - Ellsinore, MO
Uncommitted

Still uncommitted in the 2020 class, Rudd is a high-level defensive talent that turned heads throughout the entire event. A primary catcher, Rudd sits low in the stance with a quick exchange, gaining good momentum toward second base. Rudd recorded a 1.90 second pop time, and made strong throws to second base at 80 MPH. Rudd showed off more of the arm strength in the outfield, coming through the ball with easy and clean actions, and coming up to make strong throws to bases at 89 MPH. Rudd is a high-contact hitter at the plate, and the bat-to-ball skills translated well into game action.

Noah Van Veldhuizen  RHP - 2020 - Oskaloosa, IA
Uncommitted

The strong 2020 features a long, loose arm action with good arm speed from a high three-quarter arm slot. Stays online throughout the delivery while getting good extension out front. Flashed a heavy fastball thrown by hitters up in the zone consistently up to 87 mph to go along with a 10/4 breaking ball with good feel for the zone at 73 mph and a fading change up at 77 mph.


2021 Top Prospects

Jackson Wentworth  RHP - 2021 - Urbandale, IA
Kansas State

The 246th ranked player in the nation was impressive again this weekend. The Kansas State commit features an athletic delivery with explosive actions down the mound. Wentworth showed impressive arm speed from a three-quarter slot. Jackson features a three pitch mix including a fastball with late arm side run up to 89 mph to go along with a sharp 10/5 curveball creating empty swings at 76 mph and a hard fading changeup also creating a lot of empty swings at 77 mph.

John Kramer  OF - 2021 - St. Louis, MO
Mississippi

Kramer displayed excellent power to all fields throughout the weekend, muscling a ball over the wall in left field and driving a double down the same line. A left-handed hitter, Kramer shows the ability to drive the ball to and through both gaps, and has the present athleticism and strength to be a constant power threat at the plate. A Mississippi commit, Kramer profiles as a corner outfielder, and his bat will be a constant staple in the middle of the order.

Caden Stoffer  RHP - 2021 - Fairfax, IA
Iowa

The long, lanky righty displayed athletic actions to go along with a loose arm action with interesting arm speed. Gets extended out front well, creating good downhill plane on a fastball up to 88 mph. Displayed good control of the zone to go along with pitch-ability throwing three pitches for a strike in all counts. The Iowa commit showed a 11/5 curveball with big depth and sharper break creating swing and miss at 71 mph to go along with an interesting, developing fading change up at 79 mph.

Coltrane Rubner  OF - 2021 - Livonia, MI
Uncommitted

Rubner put together one of the better rounds of batting practice on Saturday, putting on an impressive display of power with multiple home runs over the wall in right field. A left-handed hitter, Rubner has a gap-to-gap approach, with a majority of the power coming from the pull side. Rubner showcased athletic actions in the outfield, with a clean approach to the ball and accurate throws to bases on throws up to 86 MPH. Rubner is currently uncommitted.

Shea McGahan  C - 2021 - St. Louis, MO
Missouri

A Missouri commit, the primary catcher displayed athletic actions and present arm strength, recording a 1.87 second pop time and accurate throws up to 80 MPH. McGahan receives well with a quick exchange, gaining ground to second base and replacing the feet well. At the plate, McGahan has a simple load and approach, showing excellent bat-to-ball skills with a line drive barrel plane. The ball jumps off the rising-junior's bat when squared.

Hayden Moore  OF - 2021 - Edwardsville, IL
Missouri State

Moore is a switch hitter that shows present power to and through both gaps from both sides of the plate. A Missouri State commit, Moore has a direct path to contact, and currently shows more barrel control from the left side. Moore has a sure glove with a clean approach and gather in the outfield, and the rising-junior makes accurate throws with excellent carry to bases at 83 MPH. Moore also showed excellent speed, running a 6.65 second sixty-yard dash.

Eddie King Jr.  OF - 2021 - Lynwood, IL
Louisville

King has a tall and athletic frame in the outfield, with plenty of room to add size and strength. A Louisville commit, King is coming off an impressive summer, showing much of the same here. King Jr. features a line drive barrel plane, and shows some present power when squared. In the outfield, King Jr. uses his 7.03 second sixty-yard dash speed to position well, fielding off the front foot and using a quick exchange to deliver strong throws to bases.


2022 Top Prospects

Gable Mitchell  SS - 2022 - Iowa City, IA

A switch hitter, Mitchell continues to impress from both sides of the plate, showing advanced bat-to-ball skills with excellent barrel control. Mitchell has a balanced approach at the plate, showing the ability to make consistent, hard contact to all fields. Uncommitted in the 2022 class, Mitchell runs well, recording a 6.80 second sixty-yard dash to go along with athletic actions in the infield. The primary shortstop plays clean through the fielding actions, and has some present arm strength to throws.

Nick Kolze  1B - 2022 - Romeoville, IL

Kolze, The 214th ranked player in the nation started the weekend working out at first base showing low out front funnels with smooth hands and clean transfers into throws with good arm strength topping out at 85 mph from first base. At the plate Kolze showed impressive power to all fields with a high intent swing creating good bat speed. On the mound the uncommitted 2022 showed impressive arm speed from a three-quarter slot. Projects to add velocity as well. Features a three pitch mix with a heavy fastball up to 88 mph to go along with a 11/5 breaking ball with sharp break and good feel for the zone and a interesting little cutter creating swing and miss at 83 mph.

Tommy Specht  OF - 2022 - Dubuque, IA

Specht showed excellent speed and athleticism, recording a 6.84 second sixty-yard dash. A High Follow in the 2022 class, the primary outfielder has a lot of room to add strength in what is a tall and slender frame, and features good arm strength up to 86 MPH. At the plate, Specht gets the most out of a free and easy swing, consistently lining balls to the pull side gap. Specht stays tall throughout the swing, and the barrel stays in the zone for a really long time.

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