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2008 Top Prospects

Justin Koehler  RHP - 2008 - Atwater, CA   Cal State Fullerton

Talented two-way prospect, showed an 88-91 mph fastball and hammer curveball on the mound; strong bat and arm that both profile well at 3rd base along with some speed.

Adam Salazar  C - 2008 - Riverside, CA   New Mexico State/Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

Stood out as a hitter, defensive player, and pitcher; middle of the order bat with high level receiving, blocking skills, good catch/throw ability; 87-89 mph fastball and hard curveball.

Steven Keller  C - 2008 - Agoura Hills, CA   Uncommitted

Talented and athletic bodied switch-hitting catcher showed power from the right side and a good left handed stroke; good catch/throw, receiving and blocking skills and has field presence.

Josh Gray  OF - 2008 - Thousand Oaks, CA   Uncommitted

Lanky bodied with fluid athletic actions and what might be a quickly developing skill set; showed excellent bat speed and an aggressive nature; strong ball hawking skills and a good arm.

Ryan Remlinger  3B - 2008 - Fullerton, CA   Uncommitted

Physically projectable 3rd baseman showed strong lateral defensive skills, soft hands, quick release and a nice arm; line drive hitter with good hands a chance to hit for some power.

Paul Politi  3B - 2008 - Los Gatos, CA   Uncommitted

A well-rounded and talented ballplayer, he stood out in both halves of the game; line drive hitter with gap power and a hint of more to come; has good hands, a strong arm and a nose for the ball.

Christopher Curtis  SS - 2008 - Vacaville, CA   Uncommitted

He is a ‘ballplayer’ with skills all over the field; good hands and feet with a quick release and strong arm; good bat speed with gap power; also has 85-87 mph fastball and downer curveball.

Chadd Krist  C - 2008 - Petaluma, CA   Uncommitted

All around contributor from the catcher position with a bat that is an asset; good catch/throw skills and an excellent receiver he also has a quick bat and the ability to drive the baseball to all fields.

Kyle Shipley  RHP - 2008 - Albany, CA   Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges

Performance is often discounted in a showcase but 10 strikeouts in four innings cannot be ignored; best pitch is a 12/6ish yakker curveball which complements a sneaky 83-85 mph fastball.

Jeff Phillips  3B - 2008 - Dinuba, CA   Uncommitted

One of the more accomplished hitters in the event and looks like he will continue to hit well at the college level due to a nice stroke and strong barrel awareness; smart player plays defense with feel.

Harmen Sidhu  RHP - 2008 - Martinez, CA   Uncommitted

Sneaky and deceptive are two words for his stuff and arm action; easy arm provided low effort 84-87 mph fastball (T 88) complemented very well by a big, late, frisbee curveball.

Corey Carma  RHP - 2008 - Salinas, CA   Uncommitted

Though he is an average bodied right-hander, he does have a nice quick arm and good stuff; has an 84-87 mph fastball with some sink to go with both a curveball and slider that are out pitches.

Steven Messner  LHP - 2008 - Victorville, CA   Uncommitted

Nice looking left hander with an strong build and quality stuff that will keep improving, including a fastball up to 86 mph and feel of a rainmaker curveball that gets below bats.

Sean Bignall  OF - 2008 - Brampton, ON CAN   Uncommitted

Power packed body and good offensive tools including a quick bat and at times a swing that plays quite well with his 6.87 speed to create some havoc; can handle the fastball.

Brian Baumgarten  OF - 2008 - Bellaire, TX   Uncommitted

One of the more talented hitters in the showcase, he showed the ability to handle the fastball though he did struggle with offspeed stuff; ran the bases hard showed a solid outfield arm.

2009 Top Prospects

Matthew Moynihan  OF - 2009 - San Diego, CA   Texas/Orange Coast College

Rates as the most physically talented player in the event with a body that clearly passes the eye test; has impact speed and contact hitting skills that allow him to utilize that speed; will be really really interesting when he learns to drive the baseball.

Patrick Stover  OF - 2009 - Rocklin, CA   Santa Clara

Raw power is what is most attractive about him, that and a body generally found on young players with plus power potential; already has the ability to consistently make HARD barrel contact.

Nolan Clark  C - 2009 - Mission Viejo, CA   Virginia/Yavapai College

Future position is TBD but he already shows hitting instincts and raw ability of a young impact hitter; a strong arm fits all over the field and he touched 87 mph on the mound.

Aaron Northcraft  RHP - 2009 - Newport Beach, CA   Southern California

Pro body and a long easy arm stroke should have him sitting in the upper-80s soon though he topped at 85 mph; his distinctively high leg kick can be distracting to hitters.

Trevor Penny  C - 2009 - Rancho Palos Verdes, CA   Stanford

There is some powerful leverage in his swing and his strong build contributes to his power potential; has solid catch/throw and defensive skills.

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