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2025 Top Prospects

Ryan Williams  1B - 2025 - Absecon, NJ

Williams displayed true two-way ability throughout the event, as the young right-hander ran his fastball up to 77 mph on the mound and displayed tons of offensive prowess at the plate. The square shouldered, immensely projectable primary first baseman displayed athletic actions around the bag, a smooth fielding glove and plenty of arm strength across the diamond.

2026 Top Prospects

Brian McIntyre  OF - 2026 - Chesapeake, VA

McIntyre is a physically impressive 2026 Grad , as he stands in at 6-foot-2,165 pounds already and has plenty of room to continue adding strength. He showed smooth, fluid actions in the field and immense power projection at the plate. The young right-hander was also impressive on the mound, as he created extreme downhill angle and ran his fastball up to 77 mph.

Keith Mann  RHP - 2026 - Berkeley Heights, NJ

Mann was impressive in all facets of his game, as the young 2026 grad recorded a 7.39 sixty-yard dash time, threw 77 mph across the diamond during drills and consistently drove the baseball to all fields during game action. The athletically built primary infielder also flashed potential on the mound, running his fastball up to 79 mph and exhibiting feel to land his breaking ball.

Devin Diaz  C - 2026 - Yorktown, NY

Diaz was a standout on both sides of the ball, as the 2026 grad displayed an advanced catch-and-throw skill set and tons of offensive upsides at the plate. He stayed consistent at the plate, translating his short, quick swing into game by producing several well-struck line drives. He will only continue to expand upon his current skills, as Diaz continues to add strength and mature.

2027 Top Prospects

Alexander Henriquez-Collado  SS - 2027 - Landisville, PA

Henriquez-Collado was impressive across the board during the event, as the slick fielding middle-infielder displayed fluidity and athleticism during defensive drills. He also impressed at the plate, driving several balls for extra bases including an inside-the-park homerun. Finally he ran his fastball up to 76 mph from a loose, easy arm action and flashed long-term potential on the mound.

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