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2008 Top Prospects

Alex Adami  RHP - 2008 - Thornwood, NY   Binghamton

Adami struck out six hitters in two innings, showing a fastball up to 88 mph and a very good changeup with late movement. He was up to 91 at the WWBA 16-and-under in July, with a live arm with very good arm speed.

Justin Olsen  C - 2008 - Westfield, NJ   Rutgers

Olsen showed he is a prospect both at the plate and behind it. He has good natural bat speed with lift and leverage in his swing. Behind the plate, he has a strong arm at 79 mph with a good 2.00 pop time.

Ryan Westmoreland  OF - 2008 - Portsmouth, RI   Vanderbilt

Ryan is a potential two-way prospect at the next level. He ran the fastest 60-time at 6.80 seconds and uses his speed to track down balls in the outfield. Westmoreland showed an 87 mph fastball on the mound with a tight slider.

Michael Dowd  C - 2008 - East Bridgewater, MA   Franklin Pierce

Dowd impressed with the strongest arm from behind the plate at 82 mph to go with a very good 1.94 pop time. At the plate, he has good bat speed with good quick hands and leverage in his swing.

Mike Dennhardt  RHP - 2008 - Oradell, NJ   Boston College

Dennhardt has good arm speed on the mound with an 86 mph fastball. He showed two solid off-speed pitches with a body that should only get stronger.

Julian McWilliams  2B - 2008 - New York, NY   Ohio

McWilliams is an athletic middle infielder with a solid arm across the infield and good range. He has quick hands at the plate and showed gap power as a hitter.

Dan Paolini  RHP - 2008 - Stratford, CT   Uncommitted

Paolini has a good fastball at 84 mph and a solid curveball that he throws in any count. He showed a strong arm from the outfield and raw power at the plate.

Timothy Holland  SS - 2008 - Georgetown, MA   Uncommitted

Holland is a two-way prospect. His fastball tops at 82 mph and he has solid off-speed stuff. He is athletic defensively and has solid bat speed at the plate.

Kevin Johnson  MIF - 2008 - Peabody, MA   Georgetown

Johnson makes consistent barrel contact at the plate with a quick bat. He has good feet and a good release across the infield with good defensive actions.

2009 Top Prospects

Mike Lubanski  C - 2009 - Collegeville, PA   Wake Forest

Lubanski, the younger brother of former Royals first-rounder Chris Lubanski, has good bat speed with lift and leverage in his swing. He has good defensive actions, both at third and behind the plate with a quick transfer.

Sam August  OF - 2009 - Needham, MA   Uncommitted

August has good hands at the plate with a short swing and line-drive approach. He moves well in the outfield with a strong arm and has good actions in the infield.

Nick Ammirati  C - 2009 - Sparta, NJ   Seton Hall

Ammirati showed an accurate arm with a good 1.92 pop time. He has good hands at the plate and likes to pull the ball.

Rett Ostafin  OF - 2009 - Avon, CT   Saint Anselm

Ostafin is an athletic center fielder with a strong arm and quick release. He has good hands at the plate with solid bat speed and power potential.

Derek Barnes  RHP - 2009 - Wynnewood, PA   Wabash Valley College

Chris Gosik  OF - 2009 - Thorton, PA   East Carolina

Bill Hoermann  1B - 2009 - Toms River, NJ   Rutgers

Michael Kelly  MIF - 2009 - Kennett Square, PA   Louisburg College

Brian Schroeder  C - 2009 - Metuchen, NJ   St. Peter's

Christian Walker  3B - 2009 - Limerick, PA   South Carolina

Travis Zilg  OF - 2009 - Green Brook, NJ   Uncommitted

2010 Top Prospects

W. Keenan Kish  IF - 2010 - Worcester, PA   Florida

Keenan is a young player with a tremendous upside. He’s got a loose arm on the mound with a 77 mph fastball. He showed good defensive actions in the infield and a solid approach at the plate.

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