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2014 Top Prospects

Brandon Valls  OF - 2014 - Miami, FL   Manhattan/Dean College

Ran the event's fastest 60 yard dash time at 6.39 seconds and also threw 80 mph from the outfield.

2015 Top Prospects

Jordan Ramus  RHP - 2015 - Tampa, FL   Rollins College

Worked consistently at 86-88 mph with his fastball from a three-quarter arm slot. The ball jumps out of his hand and his frame is projectable enough for him to continue improving.

Andrew Kane  RHP - 2015 - Windermere, FL   Mercer

Kane has an athletic lean frame with room to fill out. Touched 89 with the fastball working mainly in the 85-87 range with good deception. He also mixed in a 11-5 curveball and a changeup.

Eugene Brandon "Brad" Stewart II  OF - 2015 - Savannah, GA   Georgia Tech

One of the most athletic players at the event, Stewart showed off above average bat speed as well as a plus outfielder throwing arm as he posted a 90 mph velocity from there. He also ran an impressive 6.73 60 yard dash time.

Freddy Sabido  LHP - 2015 - Staten Island, NY   St. Louis

A highly projected 6-foot-7 southpaw, Sabido touched 81 mph with his fastball and ran a 7.01 60 yard dash. He's an intriguing athlete for his size and his offensive ability, particularly his quick bat are what make him stand out.

Rey Pascual  C - 2015 - Atlanta, GA   Harvard

Pascual posted the event's best pop time at 1.86 seconds, but his bat also stood out. Using an aggressive approach, he showed good balanced and made consistent line drive contact.

Adam Saks  RHP - 2015 - Delray Beach, FL   Cornell

Saks consistently reached 87 mph with his fastball, working steadily between 83-85 mph and showing feel for a curveball and changeup.

Jason Allbery  3B - 2015 - Omaha, NE   Creighton

A well rounded player with a line drive swing path, Allbery ran a 6.76 60 yard dash time and looked like one of the most polished line drive hitters in attendance. He also hit 85 mph on the mound.

Jonathon Artigues  SS - 2015 - Bay Saint Louis, MS   Tulane

Capable of a little of everything, Artigues hit 85 mph on the mound, ran a 6.90 60 yard dash and showed a loud, quick bat from the right side of the plate.

Carlos A. Gonzalez  LHP - 2015 - Gurabo, PR   Alabama State

A lived armed left-hander, Gonzalez topped at 87 mph, working consistently at 82-86 and flashing a sharp slider for strikes.

Davis Brown  RHP - 2015 - Miami, FL   Amherst College

Sat consistently at 85-86 mph with his fastball and showed good life through the zone. He also showed good variation to his breaking ball and ability to mix a changeup.

Joshua Parker  RHP - 2015 - Boca Raton, FL   Uncommitted

Parker topped out at 85 mph with his fastball, showing off a simple, repeatable delivery. He also shows a good feel for his breaking ball.

Collin Maynard  RHP - 2015 - Anderson, SC   Austin College

Maynard touched 85 mph with his fastball, working consistently between 81-84. He also mixed in a sharp 71 mph curveball and a changeup.

Trent Bryan  SS - 2015 - Miami, FL   Harvard

An athletic middle infielder, Bryan has intriguing tools across the board. He ran a 6.61 60 yard dash time and also threw 88 mph from the outfield. He also showed good bat speed.

Conner Dunbar  SS - 2015 - Tallahassee, FL   High Point

Ran a 7.04 60 yard dash time, showed sound infield actions and threw 84 mph across the diamond. Also flashed a compact, line drive swing from the right side.

Alex Gionis  SS - 2015 - Tampa, FL   Holy Cross

Gionis has a short swing with good bat speed. He makes consistent, line drive contact and also ran a 6.82 60 yard dash.

Trent Herzog  C - 2015 - Pembroke Pines, FL   Uncommitted

Blake Hodgens  LHP - 2015 - Wesley Chapel, FL   Penn State

Roberto Malinowski  C - 2015 - Spring, TX   Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

Adrian Mayans  SS - 2015 - Miami, FL   Davidson

Adam Moore  3B - 2015 - Alpharetta, GA   Mercer

Doug Sandberg  OF - 2015 - Tampa, FL   Uncommitted

Matthew White  C - 2015 - Dallas, TX   Texas

2016 Top Prospects

Brian Brown  RHP - 2016 - Safety Harbor, FL   Air Force

Brown reached 89 mph with his fastball, working consistently at 86-88. He also showed off a sharp curveball and solid average changeup.

Nicholas Baldor  OF - 2016 - Tampa, FL   Miami

A toolsy outfielder who threw 89 mph from the outfield and also shows intriguing bat speed and power from the left side of the plate.

Tyler Dyson  3B - 2016 - Bradenton, FL   Florida

Dyson showed off an above average arm across the diamond (86 mph) as well as sound fielding actions. He has a balanced swing and flashes above average bat speed.

Matthew DiNenna  SS - 2016 - Palm City, FL   Uncommitted

Touched 84 mph on the mound, and was impressive at the plate, showing off good bat speed and present strength.

Michael (Mike) Falcon  RHP - 2016 - Tampa, FL   Stevens Institute of Technology

Reached 83 with his fastball and pitched steadily at 80-82. Flashed curveball potential with 12-6 spin and depth.

Hayden Hamm  RHP - 2016 - Pascagoula, MS   Millsaps College

Alex Mardiney  OF - 2016 - Lutherville, MD   Davidson

Michael Matter  RHP - 2016 - Fort Myers, FL   Belmont

Chad McClanahan  1B - 2016 - Scottsdale, AZ   Arizona State

John McKenna  1B - 2016 - Parkland, FL   Army

Jake Sullivan  C - 2016 - Valrico, FL   South Florida

Adam Weekley  MIF - 2016 - Tampa, FL   Furman

2017 Top Prospects

Tyler Shuck  RHP - 2017 - Cape Coral, FL   Florida Gulf Coast

Shuck opened eyes in a big way with an explosive round of batting practice, showing off above average bat speed from both sides of the plate. He also topped at 82 mph on the mound.

Tristan Capocci  SS - 2017 - Villa Rica, GA   Navy

A young hitter with plus bat speed, Capocci looks to be a hitter capable of developing above average power. He's a very projectable athlete.

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