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2026 Top Prospects

Angelo Bellizzi  RHP - 2026 - Oakland, NJ

Bellizzi was certainly one of the louder arms over the course of the weekend, topping out at 82 mph from an over the top slot with clear swing and miss stuff, striking out six in three innings of work. The athletic 5'11" 195 lb righty used a compact arm action to locate consistently in the zone with a CB/CH off speed arsenal that effectively recorded outs. The curve showcased vertical depth and bite and he flashed the ability to pull the string on the change piece as well.

Thomas Collins  OF - 2026 - Upper Saddle River, NJ

Collins showed off his arm strength early in the event both from the outfield and first base, but it was on the mound where the young lefty really left his mark. Up to 81 mph with his heater, Collins maintains his velocity well with occasional cut action while mixing a pair of breaking balls with intent and comfort around the strike zone.

Brighton Fontaine  SS - 2026 - North Wales, PA

Fontaine contiues to make nice strides each time we see him and this weekend was no different as he turned in the best fastball of the event, topping out at 84 mph with a quick arm stroke while living down in the zone. He showed nice actions in the dirt and possesses intriguing power potential at the plate from the right side.

Aiden Funk  C - 2026 - Old Bridge, NJ

Funk is an athletic, strongly built young backstop with a solid catch-and-throw skill set and plenty of arm strength to thwart the running game. He delivered online, accurate throws to the bags, moves well laterally to block the baseball and receives softly with strong hands. At the plate, he incorporates plenty of present bat speed to carry both gaps with backspin and exhibits good feel for the barrel.

Cole Lombardo  SS - 2026 - Garnet Valley, PA

Lombardo is a athletic middle-infielder that plays with looseness to his actions, plenty of lateral range and a clean glove. He exhibits the ability to make all the plays, while showcasing a compact line drive stroke with good feel for the barrel that projects long term.

Cruz Luna  C - 2026 - Crownsville, MD

Luna was one of the more physical players in attendance and he let his strength speak for itself throughout the two days. After taking the loudest BP of the event, Luna continued to show off quality bat speed and power from the left side of the plate during live action while also showing off his arm from behind the dish with big carry to the intended bag.

Anthony Molinini  SS - 2026 - Staten Island, NY

Molinini is a younger 2026 grad meaning he's 13u eligible this summer but still stood out amongst his peers with his play on both sides of the ball. He began his showcase by running a 7.19 and proceeded to show off a smooth stroke, particularly from the left side, with feel for the barrel as well as a whippy arm on his throws across the diamond.

David Nunez  OF - 2026 - Oradell, NJ

Nunez is a versatile, multi-faceted young prospect with offensive prowess and plenty of upside remaining. He translated his swing immensely well into game action, as the right-handed hitting 2026 produced numerous line drives throughout. Nunez is a fundamentally sound defender with the ability to play both in the dirt and grass, and even flashes some potential on the mound.

Daniel Pardini  LHP - 2026 - Eatontown, NJ

There's a lot to like about what Pardini brings to the rubber and what he should continue to develop into long term. The arm action is quick and he creates sharp angle on his fastball which topped out at 78 mph with short life while mixing in a sharp breaker that elicited a few whiffs throughout his 3 innings.

Mathew Riendeau  RHP - 2026 - Holland, PA

Riendeau stood out in multiple facets of his game, showing solid arm strength both from the outfield and across the infield, as well as on the mound where he was up to 80 mph. His right-handed swing is smooth and fluid through the zone, creating solid barrel whip and bat speed to the point of contact.

Aidan Savinon  1B - 2026 - East Elmhurst, NY

Savinon is a hulking 6-foot-2, 220-pound right-hander that ran his fastball up to 80 mph during his outing, while showcasing a potential swing-and-miss breaking ball. He flashes calm, controlled fielding mechanics that will play at either corner, while exhibiting enough arm strength across the diamond. At the plate, he uses his strength create leverage when on-time that projects for plenty of future power down the road.

Yonadsan Vargas  C - 2026 - Ridgefield Park, NJ

Vargas was a big factor on both sides of the field in workouts and in game, showing natural ability that translated directly. The 5'9" 175 lb catching prospect was mechanically sound behind the dish, blocking balls on numerous occasions to keep runners at bay. He posted a 2.15 pop time with projectable arm strength. Offensively, Vargas produced a balanced stroke from both boxes with flashes of juice in the barrel.


2027 Top Prospects

Matthew Gryskiewicz  3B - 2027 - Voorhees, NJ

You wouldn't guess Gryskiewicz's age based on his physical strength but the young power hitting third baseman made his presence felt. Staying aggressive in his live at-bats just as he was in BP, Gryskiewicz already shows a nice combo of strength and bat speed as he connected for extra-base knocks all over the yard.

Raymond Pena  3B - 2027 - Pennsauken, NJ

Pena was excellent throughout his live at-bats which followed a solid round of BP, barreling up extra base hits all over the field and with plenty of carry coming off. He possesses quick hands, whipping the barrel through the zone and made an impact despite being on the younger side of players in the event.


2028 Top Prospects

Grayson Fontaine  1B - 2028 - North Wales, PA

As the younger brother of fellow TP list name Brighton Fontaine, Grayson wasn't going to let the big bro one up him. The projectable 5'10" 150 lb defensive lefty showcased clean actions and glove work from his primary 1B spot while also flashing raw ability on the mound to work both corners effectively. Fontaine worked from the righty box offensively, producing consistent pull side contact with solid impact when timed up.

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