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SS - 2025 - Lafayette, GA
McKenzie ran his fastball up to 80 mph in his inning of work on the mound. He was able to use the fastball early in counts to set up the off speed. The curveball has later depth and lands in the zone with maintained arm speed to tunnel off the fastball.
SS - 2026 - Hoover, AL
Wood brings advanced actions and metrics to all facets of the game and it shows in workouts and in game play. he posted a 6.70 second sixty to start his workout and followed that up with a good round of infield and multiple barrels in batting practice and in game using the whole field.
Justin San Miguel
SS - 2026 - Ocean Springs, MS
San Miguel was as consistent with the glove and bat as anyone in the event. He has a good feeling for the footwork coming through the ball and an accurate arm. At the plate the left-handed swing is balanced and uses the whole field with advanced barrel feel.
C - 2026 - Arlington, VA
Woda had some of the hardest balls in game or in batting practice of the entire event finding the barrel at a high rate. He also showed off the arm strength behind the dish with a 2.00 second pop time.
1B - 2026 - Griffin, GA
Ball was on the barrel through out the entire event. He capped off his showcase on Wednesday with multiple extra base hits. The swing gets on plane early and shows the strength at the point of contact to drive the baseball through the gaps.
C - 2027 - Pittsburgh, PA
Keen shows a long projectable build that will only improve his game as he continues to add strength and mature. The fastball got up to 81 mph and lived in the zone at a consistent rate.
SS - 2027 - Raleigh, NC
Gilchrist was impressive in the workouts where his speed and arm strength stood out. He posted a very impressive 7.02 second sixty yard dash and followed that up by throwing 81 mph across the infield.
C - 2027 - Brookline, MA
Yoshida did a nice job behind the dish with quick hands and an understanding of how to manipulate pitches and frame them on the corners. He also showed a quicker release on his throws to second base recording a 2.09 second pop time that will only continue to improve with strength.