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2022 Top Prospects

Michael Damato  3B - 2022 - Manchester, NJ
William Paterson University of New Jersey

Damato was impressive at the plate throughout the event, as he launched a deep homer to right field in game play and continually found the barrel when stepping to the plate. He showed fluid defensive actions at shortstop and recorded arm strength up to 81 mph across the diamond.

2023 Top Prospects

Anthony Marsillo  C - 2023 - Staten Island, NY

Marsillo stood out behind the plate during drills, as the athletically built 2023 Grad used his athleticism and quickness out of the crouch to produce a 2.00 Pop Time. He incorporates a quick, direct mid-line transfer with arm strength up to 79 mph. At the plate, he implores a loose, leverage stroke with gap-to-gap power potential and sound barrel awareness.

Jake Arnow  C - 2023 - Edison, NJ

Arnow continues to perform well at PG showcases, the physically built catcher impacted the ball well displaying big time juice to the gaps during his round, recording the highest exit velocity of 95 mph and continued to swing a hot bat in game play with multiple extra base hits. Arnow's strength translates well into his game with quickness to his actions. Clocking a 1.97-second pop time with a clean glove-to-hand transfer as he placed his throws right on the bag.

Dominic Rivara  C - 2023 - Lake Worth, FL

Rivara showcased himself well on both sides of the ball. Putting together a solid round of BP, Rivara displayed line-drive tendencies, producing loud barrels as he used his long levers well to generate loft. Showcasing some legitimate juice at the dish, Rivara engages his strong lower half while generating tons of bat speed. The 6-foot-4, 210-pound Florida-native displayed present arm strength from behind the dish, recording a pop time of 2.01-seconds.

Ryan McKee  RHP - 2023 - Athens, TX

The Texas-native struck the ball well throughout the two-day event showing some of the most promising power projection. A heavy barrel on impact, the ball jumps off his bat to the pull side as he uses his whole 6-foot, 180-pound frame to generate torque. While also showing some easy arm strength during defensive reps, McKee moved well with proper footwork and clean actions as he worked through the ball.

2024 Top Prospects

Nick Andersen  OF - 2024 - Framingham, MA

Anderson was impressive on both sides of the ball, as the twitchy 2024 outfielder recorded arm strength up to 85 mph during drills, ran a 6.60 sixty and displayed offensive prowess during batting practice, and in-game action.

Christopher Utech  OF - 2024 - Moreland Hills, OH

Recording one of the fastest 60-times of the event with a 6.77, Utech's athleticism was impressive. Utilizing a short, compact stroke at the dish, Utech displayed strong feel for the barrel as he worked to all fields. Up to 83 mph from the outfield, Utech got on top of the ball, carrying his momentum through the ball as his throws were on line and accurate to the bases.

Macai Moore  1B - 2024 - Piscataway, NJ

Moore is a physical presence on the field, as the 6-foot, 200-pound CIF/RHP recorded arm strength up to 84 mph across the diamond from first base and 82 mph from third base during drills. At the plate, he generates plenty of present bat speed and impacts the baseball loudly when on-time. He showed off his two-way potential by running his fastball up to 85 mph across his three innings of work and showed feel for spin with the ability to land his 2-plane breaking ball for strikes.

Elijah Tradigo  RHP - 2024 - Bordentown, NJ

Tradigo stood out on both sides of the baseball throughout the event and showcased immense upside on the mound. The long, lean prospect recorded a 7.09 sixty-yard dash time, produced arm strength up to 82 mph during outfield drills and displayed a handle for the bat at the plate. On the mound was perhaps his most intriguing aspect, as the young right-hander ran his fastball up to 84 mph and snapped off a hellacious slider with late bite to rack up five strikeouts during his outing.

Nick Runfola  OF - 2024 - Staten Island, NY

Runfola was a joy to watch throughout the event as a high-energy player, Runfola's attitude was contagious and rubbed off on other players. A 6.68-runner during the sixty, the Staten Island-native showcased his athleticism in multiple ways on the field. Playing through the ball well with clean mechanics in the outfield, Runfola was accurate to the bases with on line throws and flashes of present arm strength. Playing all over the diamond in games making several athletic plays. With quickness to his hands, Runfola kept his swing short as he worked directly to the point of contact as he displayed some feel for the barrel.

Alex Winters  OF - 2024 - Princeton, NJ

Winters recorded the fastest 60-time of 6.60-seconds as he displayed some twitch in his actions in multiple facets of the game. Producing consistent line-drives during BP, Winters' approach stayed the same during game play as he collected three knocks between the two games. Winters worked through the middle-of-the-field with some compact stroke, creating some lift through extension.

2025 Top Prospects

D'Angelo Rodriguez  OF - 2025 - Woodcliff Lake, NJ

Rodriguez is an impressive two-way talent with tons of physical projection and upside. He displayed a sound overall set of tools with arm strength up to 81 mph during outfield drills and excellent feel for the barrel at the plate. His compact stroke stays simple and direct, while exhibiting plenty of present bat speed and some gap-to-gap power potential. On the mound, he ran his fastball up to 80 mph and mixed in a high spin 11-5 curveball for swings-and-misses.