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2015 Top Prospects

Seth Beer  OF - 2015 - Suwanee, GA
Clemson

Beer showed his big left handed power both in batting practice with a couple of drives into the RCF bullpen and in the games with a huge blast into the 420' triangle in centerfield at Fenway South.

Brandon McIlwain  OF - 2015 - Newton, PA
California

McIllwain is a Elite 11 level quarterback with a football ride to South Carolina that will allow him to play both sports. Baseball will be in competition for his services, though, as the ball exploded off his bat and he has all the other high level prospect athletic tools.

MD Johnson  RHP - 2015 - Red Oak, TX
Dallas Baptist

Johnson has an uptempo delivery that looks like an uncomfortable at bat, especially for right handed hitters. He fastball topped out at 92 mph, although we've heard he's been mid-90's this spring, and he will flash a hard breaking power curveball.


2016 Top Prospects

Jason Groome  LHP - 2016 - Barnegat, NJ
Chipola College

Groome was outstanding and has firmly established himself as the present top prospect in the 2016 class. He throws from an effortless delivery with a fastball that tops out at 96 mph and still projects. Groome's curveball showed distinct improvement both in command and spin since the last time we saw him.

Kevin Gowdy  RHP - 2016 - Santa Barbara, CA
UCLA

Gowdy was extremely impressive in Fort Myers and has taken a big step forward from the last time we saw him. He powered his fastball consistently down at the knees up to 94 mph and showed lots of feel for a potential plus slider in the low 80's

Riley Pint  RHP - 2016 - Lenexa, KS
Louisiana State

Pint is rarely seen on the national stage, so his outing in Fort Myers was highly anticipated by the scouting community. He pitched comfortably in the 93-95 mph range, although his breaking ball, which has shown outstanding power and depth in the past, was inconsistent.

Avery Tuck  OF - 2016 - San Diego, CA
San Diego State

Tuck was the revelation of the showcase for the PG scouts, as he showed outstanding athleticism and a very advanced left handed swing that provided both barrel control and plus power. Graceful is the best way to describe this 6-5/195 athlete.

Zach Linginfelter  RHP - 2016 - Sevierville, TN
Tennessee

Lingenfelter has a power pitchers build at 6-4/215 and a power pitcher's arsenal, led off by a 93-95 mph fastball that he pounds the zone with consistently. He also throws a slider and change up.

Mickey Moniak  OF - 2016 - Encinitas, CA
UCLA

Moniak might very well have the best "Hit" tool in the 2016 class, as he has an extreme ability to square the ball up virtually every at bat and is a plus runner on top of that. The power may take a while to come, but it's a high ceiling package.

Nick Quintana  3B - 2016 - Las Vegas, NV
Arizona

Scouts will fuss about Quintana's foot speed, which is below average, but will eventually admit he has high level middle infield instincts and a top shelf arm. His right handed bat can get out of control at times but there is no mistaking the plus bat speed and power.

Alex Speas  RHP - 2016 - Powder Springs, GA
Auburn

Speas is very new to pitching, with only a couple of years under his belt, but he may end up as the hardest thrower in the class. He topped out at 96 mph and there are reports of the 6-4/190 right handers hitting higher this spring.

Ian Anderson  RHP - 2016 - Rexford, NY
Vanderbilt

This is a big year for Northeast pitchers and the New York native has one of the most projectable right arms in the class. Anderson's hard curveball spin and his command of the pitch set him apart as well.

Joshua Lowe  3B - 2016 - Marietta, GA
Florida State

Lowe is just a high, high level all around athlete. He's a converted infielder to pitcher who throws up to 94 mph off the mound with a sharp breaking curveball but also runs a sub-6.6 sixty and swings the bat well.

Braxton Garrett  LHP - 2016 - Florence, AL
Vanderbilt

Garrett is one of the most polished pitchers in the class and has some of the best stuff as well. His breaking ball, which you can call a curveball or a slider, regularly over matches hitters and he has great feel for the pitch.

Cole Ragans  LHP - 2016 - Crawfordville, FL
Florida State

Ragans hits all the check points you want to see in a projectable and athletic left hander. He has a smooth delivery and a low 90's fastball that tops out at 92 mph to go with solid secondary pitches.

Herbert Iser  C - 2016 - Miami, FL
Dallas Baptist/San Jacinto CC

Iser's power/power game as a left handed hitter catcher with elite level arm strength stands out. He has the chance to really keep getting better as he continues to learn how to use his huge tools in games.

Cole Stobbe  SS - 2016 - Omaha, NE
Arkansas

All Stobbe seems to do at every event is perform. He hits the ball hard seemingly every at-bat regardless of the pitching he's facing and is equally clean on defense at three infield positions. He's surprisingly advanced for an Upper Midwest prospect.

Cooper Johnson  C - 2016 - Mundelein, IL
Mississippi

Johnson is arguable the best defensive catcher in the country, with his quickness, arm strength and incredible flexibility behind the plate. His right handed swing has plenty of raw bat speed and can improve with a better swing plane.

Jaren Shelby  OF - 2016 - Lexington, KY
Kentucky/State College of Florida

The son of ex-MLB outfielder John Shelby, Jaren has an outstanding combination of strength at the plate and running speed. We really like the way he carries himself on the field as well, as the speed of the game doesn't seem to impact him at all.

Karl Kauffmann  RHP - 2016 - Bloomfield Hills, MI
Michigan

Kauffman throws 90-93 mph bowling balls at the plate from a mid-3/4's arm action that works very well. His heavy sinking life and sharp breaking slider paint him as a classic mid-rotation starter who can get ground balls and eat plenty of innings.

Reggie Lawson  RHP - 2016 - Adelento, CA
Arizona State

Lawson defines projection in a young right handed pitcher, with a loose 6-4/205 pound build and a long arm action that produces a 90-93 mph fastball that should keep ticking up as he gets stronger.

Dominic Fletcher  OF - 2016 - Cypress, CA
Arkansas

Fletcher continues to amaze with his defensive tools and skills in the outfield, with his arm combining both top of the scale carry and accuracy. His left handed bat has evolved into a solid tool as well.

David Hamilton  SS - 2016 - San Marcos, TX
Texas

Hamilton has the quick twitch ability and outright quickness that is so important in the middle of the infield, including running a 6.43 sixty and showing a plus throwing arm. Being a left handed hitter won't hurt his prospect status, either.

Thomas Dillard  C - 2016 - Oxford, MS
Mississippi

Dillard continues to defy athletic logic, with a thick middle linebacker's build but 6.7 speed in the sixty. His big tool is the power that he shows from both sides of the plate.

Ben Rortvedt  C - 2016 - Verona, WI
Arkansas

Rortvedt stood out both offensively, including hitting a deep home run to right field, and on defense, where his quickness and simple, compact actions make him a high level defender.

Delvin Perez  SS - 2016 - Loiza, PR
Uncommitted

Perez is still slender at 6-3/165 and some of his skills, especially on offense, are still raw but he has explosive athleticism in all areas and is as projectable as any player in the class.

Joe Rizzo  3B - 2016 - Oak Hill, VA
South Carolina

Rizzo really impressed with his all around approach to the game and his offensive tools. He's a dirtbag type player with a strong left handed swing that produced consistent hard line drive contact.

Carter Kieboom  SS - 2016 - Marietta, GA
Clemson

Kieboom showed solid athletic tools with a 6.7 sixty and lots of infield arm strength but his best performance was with the bat. He consistently hit the ball hard in games and with extra base power.

Grant Bodison  SS - 2016 - Simpsonville, SC
Florence-Darlington Technical College

Bodison made the play of the event with the diving catch at second base that was the #2 play on ESPN Sports Center that night but he was very solid all around both offensively and defensively beyond that play.

Charles King  RHP - 2016 - Coppell, TX
TCU

King's long and lean 6-5/200 build with extra long arms is ideal for a young pitcher and he repeats his delivery well for a young power pitcher. He topped out at 92 mph in Fort Myers with a power slider but has been up to 95 mph frequently this spring.

Tyler Benninghoff  RHP - 2016 - Overland Park, KS
Arkansas

Benninghoff is three-sport standout who hasn't dedicated as much time to baseball as his physical peers but that's not a problem. His 88-92 mph fastball and very high level curveball make his talent very obvious.

Max Guzman  C - 2016 - Miami, FL
Florida International/Chipola College

Guzman has as much raw power and strength as any player in the 2016 class when he ties into a pitch. He's also surprisingly athletic for his size and could develop defensively at any number of positions.

Ryan Zeferjahn  RHP - 2016 - Topeka, KS
Kansas

Jeferjahn has a very loose and projectable arm and build and is going to keep getting better as he gets stronger. He pitched in the low 90's at this event, although we've heard plenty of reports of mid-90's throughout the spring.

Alexis Torres  SS - 2016 - Caguas, PR
Broward CC

Torres is a very slick fielding shortstop with an outstanding arm and lots of quick twitch instincts in the field. He swung the bat very well in games and showed some power from the right side.

Tony Locey  RHP - 2016 - Columbus, GA
Georgia

Locey has a power pitcher's build at 6-3/225, a power pitcher's delivery and a power pitcher's arsenal of pitches, including a fastball that reached 94 mph and both a slider and curveball. He particularly stood out for his aggressiveness and ability to attack hitters with quality strikes.

Francisco Thomas  SS - 2016 - Carolina, PR
San Diego State

Thomas is a native Puerto Rican who attends high school in central Florida. He is a big, strong armed athlete with big bat speed from both sides of the plate. He projects as a third baseman at the next level.

Brenden Heiss  RHP - 2016 - Lake In The Hills, IL
Florida Gulf Coast/John A. Logan College

Heiss fits more a reliever's profile at the minute with his high energy crossfire delivery but there is no arguing that the stuff, including a fastball that will reach the mid-90's, is really nasty.

Nolan Jones  SS - 2016 - Langhorne, PA
Virginia

Jones is taller than a normal shortstop at 6-5/190 but has easy graceful actions on defense and projects to stay in the middle infield for a long time. His left handed swing projects well as he gets stronger.

Gavin Lux  SS - 2016 - Kenosha, WI
Arizona State

Lux is a very projectable middle infielder with a slender 6-2 build and fast twitch hands as a hitter from the left side of the plate. He has polished defensive actions in the middle infield, although second base is likely his future position.

Walker Robbins  1B - 2016 - Leakesville, MS
Mississippi State

Robbins is one of the best two way prospects in the class. He's up to 91 mph from the left side but is more intriguing as a first baseman in many ways. He has outstanding hitting mechanics and big projection at the plate and is a very smooth and athletic first baseman.

Alex Kirilloff  1B - 2016 - New Kensington, PA
Liberty

Kiriloff has been a slick fielding first baseman since the first time we saw him but it is obvious now that his high level athleticism is wasted at that position. He's jumped his left handed bat speed and strength up a level, too.

Jeff Belge  LHP - 2016 - Syracuse, NY
St. John's

Belge is big and strong at 6-4/235 and pretty physically mature stuff. He has a sound delivery and works with a fastball up to 92 mph and a big breaking curveball.

Nolan (Nonie) Williams  SS - 2016 - Kansas City, KS
Louisiana State

Williams just reclassified from the 2017 class and is a home schooled student who hasn't played much high level baseball but his physical tools are huge. It's just a matter of time and repetitions before he explodes as a prospect.

DeShawn Lookout  SS - 2016 - Oklahoma City, OK
Seminole State College

Lookout is a outstanding athlete and high level football player whose baseball skills are still a bit behind but has high ceiling potential. Keep a close eye on him as he gains more experience at this game, especially at the plate.

Tyler Mondile  RHP - 2016 - Wenonah, NJ
Florida State

Mondile has a young middle infielder's build at 6-1/165 but a lightning quick right arm that produces a fastball in the 90-94 mph range to go with a nice slider.

Carlos A Cortes  C - 2016 - Oviedo, FL
South Carolina

Cortes played with a finger injury that limited his ability to hold on to the bat through his swing. We've seen him since and he's back to his aggressive and slugging self without a splint hindering him.

Anthony Molina  RHP - 2016 - Pembroke Pines, FL
Northwest Florida State College

Molina continues to show the loose and easy arm and the projection with his fastball that he has always shown and topped out at 94 mph. Learning how to throw a quality breaking ball remains his biggest challenge moving forward.

Conner Capel  OF - 2016 - Katy, TX
Texas

A large showcase isn't the best venue for Capel's abilities, as he's a gamer who consistently performs on both sides of the ball. That isn't to say that the Texas native doesn't have lots of tools, he just is better at filling up a scorecard.

Trace Bucey  OF - 2016 - Corpus Christi, TX
Texas

Bucey is a fast twitch athlete with speed and arm strength and raw left handed bat speed. He has the physical tools to really explode over the next year with more repetitions in all areas.

Dion Henderson  LHP - 2016 - Detroit, MI
TCU

The 6-4/190 Henderson gets severe downward angle to the plate on his 90-92 mph fastball from a high and extended release point. His curveball has really improved in its spin and consistency from the last time we saw him.

Michael Amditis  C - 2016 - Boca Raton, FL
Miami

Amditis is trimmer and more athletic that he was at this time last year and it shows especially on defense. He has consistently short and direct actions on both sides of the ball and is a high level performer.

Colton Welker  SS - 2016 - Coral Springs, FL
Miami

Welker is a bit big for a shortstop at 6-2/195 but shows his athleticism well in the middle infield and could stay there for a while. His best long-term tool is his right handed bat.

Bryse Wilson  RHP - 2016 - Hillsborough, NC
North Carolina

Wilson is a high velocity right hander who was up to 94 mph with lots of life on his fastball. Improved off speed pitches will take him to the next level.

Cam Shepherd  SS - 2016 - Duluth, GA
Georgia

Shepherd is a excellent all around talent who doesn't have a single huge tool but whose combination of athleticism, defensive skills in the middle infield and strong right handed bat make him a top prospect.

Mario Feliciano  C - 2016 - Hato Rey, PR
Broward CC

The 2015 Puerto Rican class is looking huge in terms of potential high round picks and Feliciano stood out for his right handed power in a big way. His catching still needs refinement but the bat will play.

Alek Manoah  RHP - 2016 - Homestead, FL
West Virginia

Manoah is some kind of big at 6-6/240 but is athletic in his actions. He's listed as a primary first baseman now but is clearly a pitcher in the future, with a fastball up to 94 mph and good enough off-speed to think he might be able to be a starter, although his build definitely says power reliever.

Andrew Daschbach  OF - 2016 - Atherton, CA
Stanford

Daschbach doesn't look like a runner at 6-3/210 but he showed an explosive start in timing the 10 yard and ran a 6.5 sixty. His right handed bat is also strong and explosive, although figuring out his ideal future position remains an open question.

Ryan Rolison  LHP - 2016 - Jackson, TN
Mississippi

Rolison is the type of pitcher who scouts say "If we don't sign him now we're really going to pay for him after 3 years of college." His left arm is smooth and quick and while he only throws in the upper 80's now, that's going to change as he gets stronger.

Greer Holston  RHP - 2016 - Long Beach, MS
Mississippi

Holston works in the 88-92 mph range with his fastball but throws it from a mid-3/4's slot that generates huge running and diving action on the pitch. His change up is a potential plus offering with the same type of swing and miss life.

Ben Baird  SS - 2016 - Agoura Hills, CA
Washington

Baird has the type of tools, including plus raw arm strength, that will keep him at shortstop for a long time. More physical strength will mean more bat speed at the plate in the future.

Kenyon Yovan  RHP - 2016 - Beaverton, OR
Oregon

Yovan is a primary third baseman but has stood out as a pitcher as well during the springs in Oregon. We think his brightest future is on the mound, where he has a 91-93 mph fastball along with three secondary pitches, including a tight sweeping slider.

J.C. Flowers  RHP - 2016 - Orange Park, FL
Florida State

Flowers is a raw but very athletic talent with a very young look to him and tons of projection. He's a 6.7 runner with big outfield arm strength, has nice right handed bat speed and even touched 90 mph off the mound.

Evan Odum  RHP - 2016 - Lumberton, NC
East Carolina/Florence-Darlington Technical College

Odum is a very projectable 6-3/180 right hander with a long and very fast arm action. He throws in the 88-91 mph range for now but his best pitch is a potentially plus slider that he picked up numerous strikeouts with.

Luke Berryhill  C - 2016 - Canton, GA
South Carolina/Walters State CC

Berryhill stands out as one of the best defensive catchers in the 2016 class. He's quick and athletic behind the plate with a strong and accurate throwing arm.

Pedro Pages  C - 2016 - Doral, FL
Florida Atlantic

Pages comes from the Molina school of catchers, with a big bodied 6-2/220 build that carries surprising athleticism. He's a power/power player, with a big arm and big right handed bat speed.

Chase Cheek  OF - 2016 - Orlando, FL
Duke

Cheek is a classic leadoff type, with 6.4 speed in the sixty and a discerning and patient contact approach at the plate. He hits the ball surprisingly hard for a slender 6-1/170 athlete and can really play centerfield.

Tyler Baum  RHP - 2016 - Ocoee, FL
North Carolina

Baum is a slender 6-2/165 but has lots of present tools and a full assortment of pitches. He throws both a four-seamer and two-seamer, with the four-seamer working in the 90-92 mph range and also has a nice change and slider.

Luis A. Curbelo  SS - 2016 - Carolina, PR
Miami

Curbelo has really improved since he received a PG grade of 7.5 at the initial PG Caribbean Showcase two years ago, especially with his physical strength and right handed bat speed.

Khalil Lee  OF - 2016 - Centreville, VA
Liberty

Lee is a bit undersized for a top prospect at 5-10/180 but his tools, especially his running speed and left handed hitting ability, speak loudly.

Zach Watson  OF - 2016 - Ruston, LA
Louisiana State

Watson is one of the fastest players in the 2016 class with a 6.44 sixty to his credit. He also has surprising power for a 5-10/165 pound athlete and the ball really jumps off his bat.

Lael Lockhart Jr.  1B - 2016 - Friendswood, TX
Houston

Lockhart is a fun player to watch play with his athleticism and versatility and could end up as a college two-way standout. He's the best defensive first baseman in the 2016 class by a margin, is a switch-hitter with lots of projection and an upper 80's thrower with a sharp curveball.

Spencer Steer  3B - 2016 - Long Beach, CA
Oregon

Steer is one of the true gamers in the 2016 class with a quick right handed swing, a strong arm from third and a polished understanding of the game. Don't be surprised if he is an All-American at Oregon over the next three years.

Blake Sabol  OF - 2016 - Aliso Niguel, CA
Southern California

Sabol is an excellent athlete with 6.7 speed and a 6-4/190 frame that is still growing. The jury is still out on his ability to stay behind the plate at his size but there are a number of other positions that he can athletically play.

Kevin Roliard  RHP - 2016 - Spring, TX
Texas

Roliard missed much of the spring with an injury but didn't show many ill effects as he showed a live fastball that topped out at 94 mph.

Nick Long  RHP - 2016 - Sarasota, FL
Florida

Long is transitioning from a primary middle infielder to a primary pitcher but it was fun to watch him put up one of the best BP rounds of the National. He was very solid on the mound as well, especially with his curveball. Florida has another 2-way ace should he make it to the Gators.

Edward "EP" Reese  OF - 2016 - Lexington, NC
Liberty

Scouts may write the 5-10/175 Reese off a bit as a college guy but the tools play loudly. He runs a 6.63 sixty, is a solid outfielder and consistently stings the ball with a quick and short left handed swing.

Grae Kessinger  SS - 2016 - Oxford, MS
Mississippi

The third generation Kessinger plays shortstop with the buttery smoothness that his grandfather, Don, played the position for the Cubs back in the 60's and 70's. A bit more strength in his bat and he'll become a very high level prospect.

Maverick Handley  C - 2016 - Lakewood, CO
Stanford

Handley is a quick twitch bundle of energy on the field and especially stands out on defense and with his leadership. A bit more from his offense will take him a long way.

Will Ethridge  RHP - 2016 - Lilburn, GA
Mississippi

Ethridge looks like the type of pitcher who should blossom in college, in his case at Mississippi. He throws from a lower slot that enables him to pound the bottom half of the zone consistently with is 90 mph fastball and solid slider.

Tyler Fitzgerald  SS - 2016 - Rochester, IL
Louisville

Fitzgerald is a high level athlete who runs a 6.6 sixty even at 6-3/185 and can play all over the field defensively. He flashes lots of right handed bat speed and will improve at the plate with a taller more directional approach.

Adam Laskey  LHP - 2016 - Barrington, NJ
Duke

Laskey is a three pitch lefty with a large and athletic 6-3/185 build and a fastball that tops out at 91 mph with good arm side running action. He also throws a low 80's slider and change up with good feel and command.

Rylan Thomas  3B - 2016 - Winter Garden, FL
UCF

Thomas doesn't look like a tooled up prospect at 6-0/220 but he has big arm strength and plenty of agility in the infield. His right handed bat speed is big and his power will be his carrying tool moving forward.

Jesus Luzardo  LHP - 2016 - Parkland, FL
Miami

Luzardo is a strong bodied, strong armed southpaw who shows plenty of resemblance to Miami Hurricane left Andrew Suarez, not a coincidence as both are Miami natives and Luzardo is a UM commit.

Zachary Strickland  RHP - 2016 - Waycross, GA
Georgia Southern

Strickland has a nice pitcher's build with lots of projection left and already throws his fastball in the 88-92 mph range. His power low 80's curveball got plenty of swing and misses diving down out of the strike zone.

Joey Polak  3B - 2016 - Quincy, IL
Missouri State/Jefferson College

Polak has big right handed power at the plate, especially when he doesn't get too spread out and lock up his lower half. He's steadily outgrowing third base but was outstanding at first base defensively.

Daniel Bakst  SS - 2016 - New York, NY
Stanford

Bakst is a big and strong athlete who plays shortstop now but will likely evolve into a very good defensive third baseman in the future. His best tool is his right handed bat, which is fast and powerful.

Ty Duvall  C - 2016 - Lebanon, OH
Vanderbilt

Duvall has played as much high level baseball as anyone in the 2016 class and it shows in his polished skills on both sides of the ball and in his approach to the game.

Logan Foster  OF - 2016 - Lincoln, NE
Texas A&M

Foster is a tightly wound quick twitch athlete who looks more like a middle infielder than an outfielder. He ran a 6.6 sixty and showed lots of right handed bat speed and gap power, along with a very aggressive approach to the game. He was also up to 91 mph on the mound.

Zack Hess  RHP - 2016 - Forest, VA
Louisiana State

Hess is a future power reliever with a high energy and deceptive delivery and a fastball that is already touching 93 mph, a 5 mph jump from the last time we saw him. His slider is his primary off-speed pitch.

Trevyne Carter  OF - 2016 - Hixson, TN
Tennessee

Carter was one of the most athletic players at the National, although his skills still need developing. He's a 6-3/180 athlete with 6.5 speed and a smooth left handed swing.

Christian Bullock  OF - 2016 - Chicago, IL
Michigan

Bullock has a very projectable and athletic 6-0/173 build and a fast left handed bat with lots of natural hitting rhythm and feel for the barrel. Even though he is a 6.69 runner, he looks much more natural and accomplished at first base rather than in the outfield defensively.

Morgan McCullough  SS - 2016 - Seattle, WA
Alabama/Chipola College

McCullough was the shortest player at the National at 5-7/170 but don't sell him short, especially his ability to play the game. He's one of the best pure hitters in the class and will be an outstanding second baseman at the next level.

Graham Ashcraft  RHP - 2016 - Gurley, AL
UAB

Ashcraft is a big and strong right hander who can bump his fastball up to 93 mph at times. He throws from a lower release point and can vary his release point with intent to create movement and a different look for hitters.

Grant Gambrell  RHP - 2016 - Clovis, CA
Oregon State

Gambrell has a strong and mature 6-4/220 build and a strong right arm that produced a 89-92 mph fastball with good life down in the zone. He also throws a hard curveball and a change up with lots of sinking life.

Kyle Muller  LHP - 2016 - Dallas, TX
Texas

Muller looks bigger than his 6-5/210 listed size and has a projectable frame and physical presence on the mound. He topped out at 90 mph with more in his left arm and threw a big breaking 74 mph curveball that will be very difficult for left handed hitters to deal with.

Cal Coughlin  RHP - 2016 - Lake Forest, IL
TCU

Coughlin is a primary third baseman who will be an outstanding two-way player if he makes it to TCU. We think he has a higher professional ceiling as a right handed pitcher, with a compact delivery and a 90-92 mph fastball with a short and hard biting slider.

Easton McGee  RHP - 2016 - Hopkinsville, KY
Kentucky

The ultra tall and projectable McGee is just tapping his potential, as he hasn't begun to get strong yet. He pitches in the 88-91 mph range and has some of the best present command in the class.

Josh Smith  SS - 2016 - Greenwell Springs, LA
Louisiana State

Smith is a high energy quick twitch athlete who especially excels on defense in the middle of the field. He tried a bit too hard with the bat this event but we've seen him more balanced in his approach at other times.

Evan McKendry  RHP - 2016 - Pembroke Pines, FL
Miami

McKendry is a strongly build right hander who has a deceptive delivery that produces a fastball up to 92 mph with good downhill plane to the plate. He also throws a big breaking curveball.

Jack Dashwood  LHP - 2016 - El Cajon, CA
UC Santa Barbara

Dashwood looks like a product of Central Casting for a left handed pitching with his 6-6/200 build and his smooth and athletic delivery. His upper 80's raw stuff will keep moving forward with physical maturity. He has a great baseball names as well!

Gianluca Dalatri  RHP - 2016 - Wall, NJ
North Carolina

Dalatri gets immediate attention with his massive 6-6/250 build and strong resemblance to ex-MLB right hander Freddie Garcia. He's improved significantly over the last year, pushing his heavy heavy fastball up to 88-91 mph and improving his command and secondary pitches.

Tyler Musselwhite  MIF - 2016 - Lumberton, NC
Winthrop

The 5-9/160 Musselwhite is one of those players you can never tell that he's small because he'll never believe it. He's a high energy player with quick twitch tools both offensively and defensively.

Nick Kahle  C - 2016 - Simi Valley, CA
Washington

Kahle has a very nice set of quick and compact actions both offensively and defensively. He especially stood out defensively in the games.

Will Proctor  RHP - 2016 - Manhattan Beach, CA
Georgia

Proctor fits the mold of the polished Southern Californian shortstop with the polished actions that always seem to improve through development and end up in the big leagues.

Deaundre "D.J." Roberts  RHP - 2016 - Jacksonville, FL
South Florida

Roberts has a big and strong 6-2/218 build and a power pitcher's arsenal, including a 89-92 mph fastball, a big breaking slider and a nice change up.

Ryan Reynolds  2B - 2016 - Monroe, LA
Texas

Shane Reynolds' son already looks like he's outgrown his primary position of second base but will easily take up residence at third base in the future. His best tool is his switch-hitting power at the plate.

Austin Biggar  C - 2016 - Lilburn, GA
Georgia

Biggar has an appropriate name as he's a big and strong athletic catcher with lots of tools. Scouts will compare the Georgia native to a poor man's Tyler Stephenson for the next year.

Aaron Schunk  SS - 2016 - Decatur, GA
Georgia

Schunk is a very projectable middle infielder with present skills and lots of potential. U. Georgia has a very interesting 2016 class of position players lined up.

Davis Daniel  RHP - 2016 - Montgomery, AL
Auburn

Daniel is an interesting pitcher in that he can go back and forth between a crossfire mid 3/4's release and true side arm with equal effectiveness and command. His fastball will top out at 92 mph from the high release point with excellent raw arm speed.

Christian James  RHP - 2016 - Tarpon Springs, FL
Florida International

James is a big and strong two-way prospect. He was 88-91 mph off the mound and showed quality to both his slider and his change up. He also has bit power from the right side of the plate.

Jimmy Titus  SS - 2016 - Stafford, CT
Bryant

Titus is a nice all around player with middle infield athleticism and tools and enough strength to drive the ball from the right side at the plate. He was also up to 90 mph on the mound and will be a high level two-way player if he ends up in college.


Free Agents Top Prospects

Alfredo Garcia-Barrios  LHP - Free Agents - Puerto Ordaz, AM VEN
Uncommitted

Garcia-Barrios is a 15-year old Venezuelan who will be eligible to sign as an international player on July 2. He could have vaulted himself into a big signing bonus with a very loose arm and an easy delivery, not to mention a fastball that topped out at 91 mph.

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