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Paul Thomas Teel
C - 2023 - Nogales, AZ
New Mexico State
Teel put together an impressive, well-rounded workout showing offensive and defensive tools. The backstop showcased a clean, consistent throw down from behind the plate with quality arm strength, posting a 1.94 second pop time. A lofted path with good extension out front drove the ball gap to gap with consistent barrel accuracy. Teel also ran a 6.94 second 60-yard dash.
SS - 2023 - Palmdale, CA
Chao oozed athleticism in drills, running a 6.83 sixty and posting 88 mph and 85 mph from the outfield and infield drills. The actions are clean with solid range and quick feet. The instincts are on display no matter where he plays with a solid arm on a line. At the plate, Chao showed bat speed on a lofted path and shifts weight well in the load. Chao was a big standout on both sides.
3B - 2023 - Cedar Hills, UT
Hodson made his presence known at the event, showcasing intriguing tools on both sides of the ball. A strong, athletic build produces quality power to both gaps during batting practice with bat speed present. The infielder also showcased a strong arm during defensive drills, throwing 85 mph. Good athleticism was shown throughout, including during the 60-yard dash which came in at 7.13 seconds.
SS - 2023 - Phoenix, AZ
Richards put together a strong workout from start to finish. The infielder ran a 6.59 60-yard dash before showcasing advanced athleticism throughout defensive work. Confident hands caught the ball well with quick feet allowing for range in both directions. A strong arm played across the infield, reaching 80 mph. Solid bat speed was shown throughout batting practice with an approach that stays through the middle of the field.
3B - 2024 - Valparaiso, IN
Guzman showed developing actions on the dirt, but the bat immediately opened eyes with exit velocities up to 89 mph. Had loud blasts to the pull side and can leverage the barrel well. Showed feel at the plate and put together one of the best rounds of the day.
C - 2024 - Santa Teresa, NM
Gutierrez recorded a 2.08 pop time in drills and showed solid arm strength behind the dish and in the infield. The bat looked awfully impressive with hard liners to all fields. Gets on plane with a clean path through the zone, shows some loud jump at contact. His lean, athletic build gives him a lot to build upon.
MIF - 2024 - Santa Cruz, CA
Muccilli showcased intriguing offensive ability during the workout. A strong frame produced solid gap to gap power during batting practice and posted an exit velocity of 86 mph. Sound fundamentals played during infield workouts with good arm strength playing across the diamond.
OF - 2025 - Phoenix, AZ
Mesa was another toolsy prospect, running a 7.00 and recording 88 mph from the outfield along with 81 mph from the infield. Athletic build with plenty of length. Charges well and stays squared, arm showed good carry and strength to it. Arm strength really stood out. At the plate, Mesa leveraged the barrel with a solid pull-side approach in his round.
C - 2025 - Las Vegas, NV
Oyadomari put together a fun workout to watch, showcasing enticing athleticism throughout. Quality speed was shown during the 60-yard dash, running it in 6.98 seconds. Quick feet and soft hands impressed during infield work. Twitchy action were apparent bending the plate resulting in a 1.93 second pop time. Quick bat speed helped drive the ball gap to gap during batting practice with consistent line drives throughout the round.
3B - 2025 - Cottonwood Heights, UT
Brown showcased a loud batting practice, sending loud fly balls to both gaps and tapping into serious strength at the plate. Recorded 80 mph and 79 mph from the outfield and infield with crisper actions at his current frame. The size and physicality stand out with some upside in the stick, and Brown showed just that.
SS - 2025 - Phoenix, AZ
Linville was another standout during batting practice, showing feel for the barrel creates good rhythm in the box. Good amounts to fill out in his frame and has the hitterish traits. Also ran a 7.37 sixty and recorded 74 mph from the infield.
Grant Richardson Jr
OF - 2025 - Montgomery, TX
Richardson Jr showed off intriguing tools for a young player, including quality speed which resulted in a 6.62 second 60-yard dash. A strong arm played from both the outfield and across the infield, reaching 81 mph and 79 mph respectively. Barrel feel was shown throughout batting practice, resulting in a fair amount of hard hit line drives and an exit velocity of 83 mph.