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2023 Top Prospects

Jonas Louis  OF - 2023 - Harvey, LA
Uncommitted

Louis showed well definsively and offensively. He put a good display on during batting practice, taking some out of the park pull side. The lefty stick does a great job of creating leverage and engaging his lower-half. He showed the ability to offer defensive value in the outfield and at first base, with good actions at both.

Dylan Kotlar  OF - 2023 - Bellville, TX
Uncommitted

Kotlar was a very strong performer in game. The right-handed bat picked up a handful of knocks, including a deep home run to left field. The Texas native uses a short, direct stroke that along with his barrel accuracy, produces frequent barrels.


2024 Top Prospects

Drew Harrison  SS - 2024 - Madison, MS
Uncommitted

Harrison showed out with the bat and on the mound. Using a simple stroke with a heavy barrel, he mashed a deep home run in game. On the bump, he worked comfortably in the upper-80s. He featured a full four-pitch mix, showing real feel to spin both a curveball and slider.

Trevor Breaux  1B - 2024 - Houston, TX
Uncommitted

Breaux displayed a strong three-pitch arsenal along with tons of projection to his 6-foot-5, 180-pound frame. He operated in the 82-84 range with heavy run and bore. The Texas native mixed in a mid-70s change as his go-to and flashed a tight slider. The power also projects well with the bat.

Tanner Nguyen  RHP - 2024 - Farmerville, LA
Uncommitted

Nguyen showcased some power stuff on the mound. The right-hander topped at 85 with his heater, featuring great quality and ride to it. The go-to was a sharp breaking ball that garnered plenty whiffs with late break to it. Nguyen also showed some pop in the bat to both gaps during batting practice.


2025 Top Prospects

Lenny Cline  C - 2025 - Kenner, LA

Cline proved to have a strong skillset all-around. He showed athleticism as well as solid arm strength from behind the plate and at shortstop. With the bat, he worked both gaps with comfort, sending a couple out to left center. On the mound, Cline ran his fastball up to 83 and paired it with a tight two-plane slider.

Hayden Pearson  LHP - 2025 - Lafayette, LA

Pearson showed a good combination of stuff and pitchability. The southpaw worked in the 78-81 range with his fastball and located it to both sides of the plate. He paired the heater with a tight breaker that he mixed in effectively.

Ryan Darrah  OF - 2025 - River Ridge, LA

Darrah projects well on both sides of the ball. A primary shortstop, he showed a sure glove in the dirt. With the bat, he repeated his swing well, producing consistent barrels during batting practice. On the mound, Darrah worked up to 81 mph from a low effort release. At 6-foot-1, 155-pounds with long levers, he has plenty room for added strength and velocity gains in the near future.

Jawon Springs  OF - 2025 - Mobile, AL

Springs showed off plenty of tools. With an athletic build and present strength, he displayed good arm strength from the outifeld, reaching up to 84 mph. He utilized an all fields approach during batting practice, flashing projectable power. The pop translated in game, as he went yard to left field. He also showed intriguing on the hill, running his fastball up to 84 with great feel for his curveball.

Elijah Rankin  3B - 2025 - Mendenhall, MS

Rankin displayed strong two-way ability. With the bat, the Mississippi native showed quickness to his hands. On the bump, he worked mostly in the low-80s with a quick arm. He complimented the fastball with a breaking ball that flashed tightness to it. The arm strength translated in the infield and outfield as well.


2026 Top Prospects

Logan Sorrel  3B - 2026 - Baton Rouge, LA

Sorrel was absolutely dominant in his outing, striking out nine batters over three frames. He worked in the low-80s and the velocity, topping at 84. The righty went to his hammer curveball often. He had tremendous feel for the pitch, showing sharp and late break. Sorrel also exhibited nice power potential with the stick as well as good actions in the infield.