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2014 Top Prospects

Alex Jackson  C - 2014 - Escondido, CA   Oregon

Top 2014 prospect in the country, huge right handed power at the plate, plus/plus raw arm strength behind the plate, athletic and plays hard.

Jacob Bukauskas  RHP - 2014 - Ashburn, VA   North Carolina

Has some effort in his delivery but top notch stuff, fastball to 90 mph, curveball is a potential plus pitch with outstanding upper 70's velocity and a nasty power break, has present pitchability.

Jack Flaherty  RHP - 2014 - Burbank, CA   North Carolina

Long and projectable 6-3/200 athlete, very polished offensive player with big bat speed and power potential, can play shortstop now with skill but may end up at third base as he gets bigger and stronger.

Braden Webb  RHP - 2014 - Owasso, OK   South Carolina

6-4/185 and very projectable in actions and body, fastball to 91 mph, curveball is probably his best present pitch, shows a feel for his change up, has the whole package.

Liam Sabino  SS - 2014 - East Stroudsburg, PA   Vanderbilt

Has all the tools to be a top level defensive shortstop, quick feet, soft hands, plus present arm strength. Development with the bat will define his prospect ceiling.

David Peterson  LHP - 2014 - Denver, CO   Oregon

Oversized 6-6/215 southpaw, deceptive low effort delivery, paints with a live 88 mph fastball, sharp curveball, athletic and really projects.

Montrell Marshall  SS - 2014 - Snellville, GA   Auburn

Long and lean 6-4/190 athlete, basketball body, very graceful defensive player, outstanding hands and balance, shows good right handed bat speed, big projection.

Dalton Ewing  OF - 2014 - Alpharetta, GA   Coastal Carolina

Potential 5-tool player, has the arm strength, speed and athleticism to be a top centerfielder, right handed hitter who shows bat speed and the ability to drive the ball up the gaps.

Denz'l Chapman  OF - 2014 - Los Angeles, CA   San Diego State

Fastest player in the 2014 class, no 60's run at the PG National but everyone was thinking of Chapman's probable time, outstanding defensive centerfielder, switch-hitter.

Branden Kelliher  RHP - 2014 - Lake Stevens, WA   Oregon

Smaller RHP at 5-10/160 but has dominated everywhere he's gone this summer, has three present pitches in an 88-91 mph fastball and a very good curveball/change up combination, really pitches and competes hard.

Mac Marshall  LHP - 2014 - Lilburn, GA   Chipola College

Very athletic southpaw with lots of projection left and he's already touching 90 mph to go with a very nice change up and developing curveball, gaining more delivery consistency is the next step.

JJ Matijevic  1B - 2014 - North Huntingdon, PA   Arizona

Big and strong 6-2/195 left handed hitter, very aggressive swing approach with plus bat speed and raw power, squares up the ball consistently and hits it hard, also a good defensive first baseman

Blake Wiggins  C - 2014 - Little Rock, AR   College of Southern Nevada

Right handed bat really stood out, pull hitter who squares the ball up and hits with power, has a feel for hitting, future defensive position still to be determined.

Hunter Tackett  OF - 2014 - Heiskell, TN   Miami

Loose 6-3/180 athlete, showed big tools in batting practice and outfield drills, flashes plus bat speed but still needs more repetitions against good pitching at the plate.

John Jones  C - 2014 - Orlando, FL   Miami

Switch-hitting catchers with power are very rare and Jones would be a top prospect at any position with his left handed power and bat speed alone.

Jordan Pearce  3B - 2014 - Oceanside, CA   Nevada

Came to the showcase as a primary 3B but is a better pitching prospect, young mechanics but up to 90 mph with hard curveball spin and lots of projection, high ceiling pitching talent.

Hunter Taylor  C - 2014 - Onley, VA   South Carolina

Versatile hard nosed performer, good catching tools and skills, powerful right handed bat, also up to 87 mph off the mound with some pitchability. Named MVP of the event.

Max George  2B - 2014 - Parker, CO   Oregon State

Smaller second base build but can really hit, shows big pull power, very good swing mechanics and deceiving strength.

Bryce Carter  C - 2014 - Tulsa, OK   Stanford

Very quick and athletic actions defensively, left handed hitter with a nice combination of patience, barrel ability and power potential.

Tommy Pincin  C - 2014 - Upland, CA   San Diego State

Very good defensive catcher with feel for the position, 6.8 runner and very capable of playing defensively all over the field, right handed hitter with present gap power and more to come.

Jesse Lepore  RHP - 2014 - Beverly HIlls, FL   Miami

Square shouldered 6-4/190 build, looks the part well, fastball was up to 90 mph and does a good job working downhill to the bottom of the zone, curveball flashed good spin and depth.

Griffin Helms  C - 2014 - Norcross, GA   Kennesaw State

Barrel chested 6-0/210 build, very deceptively athletic player, has run 6.61 in the past, good overall catching actions, 1.91 best pop time, short and quick line drive swing.

Chace Sarchet  OF - 2014 - Lubbock, TX   Rice/Weatherford College

Loose and projectable 6-3/190 build, very good all around athlete, catching skills are young but improving rapidly, also plays the outfield, left handed hitter with a smooth, easy line drive swing.

Jonah Girand  C - 2014 - Winter Park, FL   Uncommitted

One of the top defensive catchers in the 2014 class, can really throw the ball, 1.97 pop in game action right on the bag, how his bat improves will determine his ceiling.

Tyree Davis  OF - 2014 - Compton, CA   Uncommitted

Very projectable body, plus runner with centerfield tools, not strong yet but shows the beginnings of some bat speed from both sides of the plate.

Tristan Hildebrandt  SS - 2014 - Yorba Linda, CA   Cal State Fullerton

Smaller player but has lots of tools, surprising gap power and squares up everything, polished defensive player who can play both shortstop and second base.

2015 Top Prospects

Kyle Molnar  RHP - 2015 - Aliso Viejo, CA   UCLA

6-2/175, has everything you'd want to see in a young pitcher, topped out at 91 mph from an effortless delivery and arm action, can really spin the ball, too. High Ceiling talent.

Nicholas Shumpert  SS - 2015 - Lone Tree, CO   San Jacinto CC

Versatile middle infielder with all the tools to be a top prospect, might eventually end up at second base defensively, polished right handed hitter with present bat speed and power potential.

Jake Hirabayashi  3B - 2015 - Valley Village, CA   UCLA

Very advanced hitter, has the ability to make adjustments with the barrel and drive the ball hard to all fields, arm strength should be plus as he matures physically.

Mike Hickman  C - 2015 - Katy, TX   Chipola College

Strong physical build for his age, advanced catching mechanics and tools, very accurate strong arm, left handed hitter with big power potential.

Jordan Myrow  OF - 2015 - Sherman Oaks, CA   UCLA

Young athletic outfielder with the makings of three plus tools in his speed, his 94 mph outfield arm strength and his raw bat speed/power potential.

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