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2021 Top Prospects

Rory Lynch  RHP - 2021 - Easton, CT

Lynch showed well in all phases of his game, driving the ball at the plate in BP while showing the biggest arm from the outfield with an 89 mph throw. A primary arm, Lynch ran his fastball up to 86 mph and showed three pitches for strikes, including a late diving changeup and a slider with late tilting life.

Cameron Trego  OF - 2021 - Coatesville, PA

Trego showcased well throughout the drills portion of the event, running a 6.75 with a sound round of batting practice before elevating his performance in game. A long and projectable lefthanded, Trego turned on a fastball for a no-doubt home run with a short stroke and quickness to his hands.

Christopher Kustigian  OF - 2021 - Charlton, MA

Kustigian showed nice tools during the showcase, running a sub-7 in the 60-yard (6.92) before showing off one of the strength outfield arms with a throw of 85 mph. He swings with intent and uses his strength well to impact the ball, both in BP and during live action.

Chris Suter  RHP - 2021 - Stamford, CT
Union College

A projectable 6-1/170 righthander, Suter shows a quick and loose arm action, running his fastball up to 84 mph with riding life through the zone. He tunnels his secondary pitches well with fading life to his changeup and tight 11-5 shape to his curveball, mixing all three pitches with comfort.

Javier Gonzalez  SS - 2021 - Norwalk, CT
American International

Gonzalez excelled with the glove throughout the weekend in the infield, showing a quick first step and balance to his actions with a quick transfer and release. He stays short and compact with his swing, working to all parts of the field with feel for the barrel.

2022 Top Prospects

Dylan Colvin  RHP - 2022 - Media, PA

Colvin is a loose armed righthander who spun a pair of quality breaking balls in a sharp 12-6 shaped curveball and a hard, late biting slider in the mid-70s. He lived comfortably in the low-80s with his fastball, peaking 84 mph, and projects well moving forward.

Elliot Hamilton  C - 2022 - Glastonbury, CT

Hamilton has a collection of tools to monitor moving forward, standing out on both sides of the ball. His arm strength is a real tool both across the infield and behind the plate, where he receives well and popped an event best 1.94 in drills. His swing is short and quick, keeping his hands inside the ball while showing some strength at contact.

Alexander Oppenheimer  RHP - 2022 - Westport, CT

Oppenheimer showed off intriguing two-way potential, running his fastball up to 84 mph and got stronger through the outing while mixing a tight breaking ball. His righthanded swign is consistent too, getting the barrel out front well while working on a linear plane with lots of squared contact.

Bayram Hot  3B - 2022 - Sunnyside, NY

Hot's arm strength is a standout tool, throwing 89 mph across the diamond during drills while showing sound actions and plenty of carry during the games as well. His physical strength plays well in the batter's box with jump off the barrel and strong hands, driving it well when squared.

Mason Sike  RHP - 2022 - McKees Rocks, PA

Sike is a strongly built 6-0/190 and he knows how to use his strength in all facets of his game. A primary righthander, Sike was up to 84 mph and found a consistent feel for a late biting curveball while also showing strength off the barrel in BP and live action from the right side.

2023 Top Prospects

Matthew Minckler  SS - 2023 - Greenland, NH

Minckler made the trip down from New Hampshire and the young shortstop impressed with his present tools and projection. He's a slick defender with fluidity to his actions and sound arm strength across while his righthanded swing offers looseness to his hands and nice extension out front.

Justin Leguernic  1B - 2023 - Dix Hills, NY

At 6-4/170 the lefthanded Leguernic projects nicely as a two-way prospect, running a 7.18 in the 60-yard and a loose arm from the outfield with sound mechanics. He also showed three pitches on the mound for strikes, topping out at 81 mph while maintaining his release on a changeup with fading life.

Mason Breton  3B - 2023 - Manchester, CT

Breton had a nice showing in his first Perfect Game event with a loose lefthanded swing which performed well during game action, showing present bat speed through the zone. He's a sound defender at third base as well, adjusting well with his glove while showing solid carry on his throws across the diamond.

Christian De La Cruz  RHP - 2023 - Nyack, NY

De La Cruz showed the biggest fastball of the event, topping out at 87 mph while sitting in the mid-80s with relatively low effort. The fastball jumps out of his hands with a short and fast arm stroke and he turned over a nice changeup that topped out at 80 mph with a similar release and fading life through the zone.

Wes Hellings  RHP - 2023 - Summit, NJ

Hellings has a long and projectable 6-2/160 frame and he showed well during his outing, repeating a short and quick arm stroke on the mound. He topped out at 82 mph and mixed a tight spinning curveball with comfort, consistently missing bats with the pitch while locating it within the zone.

Ryan Muskopf  OF - 2023 - Dix Hills, NY

A primary outfielder, Muskopf showed off his arm strength with a top throw of 84 mph with a quick and loose arm action which also produced a low-80s fastball. He creates nice separation in his swing as well, incorporating his physical strength to generate bat speed through the zone with carry off of the barrel.

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