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2023 Top Prospects

Tyler Galloway  OF - 2023 - Leesburg, VA
Uncommitted

Galloway was a stud regardless of where he was on the field over the course of the event, topping out at 88 mph from the OF with easy carry and plenty of quickness to the footwork which posted a 6.76 sixty time. The speed created chaos on the bases, a place where he constantly found himself with an in sync stroke that flashed both contact and power potential. If that wasn't enough, Galloway threw an immaculate inning to close out the weekend with a full arsenal and a FB up to 85 mph.

Karson Knox  C - 2023 - Wake Forest, NC
Uncommitted

It didn't take long to realize the pure cannon Knox possesses behind the dish, gunning runners down time after time with a 1.95 pop time. Knox displayed the ability to gain ground in the footwork and release with plenty of quickness to produce throws on the money to both second and third. He also flashed the ability to handle the bat on the offensive end, constantly putting good swings on the baseball in game with strength and carry in the 6-foot 190 pound frame.

Bobby Osburn  RHP - 2023 - Fuquay Varina, NC
Uncommitted

Osburn did his damage exclusively from the bump, showcasing clear feel for spin in the arsenal over his three innings of work with five strikeouts on the stat sheet. The 6-foot 160 pound righty has tons of projection left in the frame that already showcases a FB up to 87 mph (2235 rpm). The arm action for Osburn was clean and full at the back with natural movement on his offerings that generated consistent swing and miss.

Jimmyll Williams  3B - 2023 - Durham, NC
Uncommitted

Talk about an on base machine, Williams started Sunday a perfect 4-4 at the dish with a compact swing path through the zone. The strong 5-foot-10 185 pound righty used the entire field with more room in the tank to add power potential in the future. He showed some natural athleticism and tools from a range of positions on the defensive end, topping out at 85 mph across the diamond.


2024 Top Prospects

Wes Estes  RHP - 2024 - Waxhaw, NC
Uncommitted

Estes possessed one of the louder arms on the bump during the event, running his FB up to 88 mph from a well developed and athletic 6-foot 180 pound frame. The delivery for the righty was simple and repeatable, getting into the lower half well to extend downhill and create drive off the rubber. He successfully pounded the zone with both a CH and SL in the arsenal, the former flashing solid deception and fade to it that killed spin at 1432 rpm.

Andrew Hill  SS - 2024 - Knoxville, TN
Uncommitted

If you're looking for an overall athlete, Hill is your guy. Starting on the defensive end, the 6-foot-4 200 pound primary SS arguably made the play of the weekend with an absolute web gem diving catch to the 3B side and then proceeded to double up a runner at 1st even with his momentum moving away from the target. Hill was silky smooth with the glove work, flashing easy lateral quickness and range. Offensively, he controlled the barrel well and did damage to the pull side of the field with a simple fluid stroke that has underlying power in it.

John McKillop  1B - 2024 - Charlotte, NC
Uncommitted

McKillop looked every bit the part of a left-handed power hitting 1B this weekend as he showed good feel for the glove and moved well around the bag. His actions were appropriate for the position and showed the ability to throw from varying slots based on the demands of the play. His loudest tool of course is his bat as he collected several hits on the weekend, including a loud double. The young athlete also scored a couple runs and drove in a couple as well.

Colby Vanhook  RHP - 2024 - Concord, NC
Uncommitted

Vanhook showed excellent feel for pitching in his 3.0 IP, putting on display his quality 3-pitch mix and throwing strikes at a high level. His FB showed nice ride through the zone and peaked at 85 mph with consistent spin in the 2,200+ range. He had two quality secondary offerings, one being a SL with depth that was equally effective to RHH and LHH's alike in the mid-70's. His CH also created good swing and miss with its deception and tumbling action with contact deadening 1,400's spin rate. The RHP didn't allow a hit and struck out 5 batters in his outing.

Gavin Maines  LHP - 2024 - Yadkinville, NC
Uncommitted

Maines impressed in both workouts and in game, flashing projectable strength in the 5-foot-11 165 pound build at his primary spot on the bump where he ran his FB up to 82 mph (2107 rpm). Maines repeated the operation well, showcasing some cut to the heat with a two-plane CB that showcased depth also present in the arsenal. He has the ability to generate carry and backspin to the pull side of the field on the offensive end with an effort to get the barrel out in front and extend.


2025 Top Prospects

Samuel Cozart  RHP - 2025 - High Point, NC
Mississippi State

While it was only a brief 14 pitch outing, Cozart showed why he is the top RHP in the class. He blended all his pitches well, adding and subtracting while working all quadrants of the strike zone. HIs FB peaked at 88 with spin in the 2,300's and we got a good look at his mid-80's one-seam as he calls it, running the width of the plate to the arm side. He combined that with his mostly vertical CB that serves as his off speed pitch and he uses his mid-70's SL to finish hitters. He struck out 2 of the 3 hitters he faced.


2026 Top Prospects

Landon King  LHP - 2026 - Belmont, NC

The youngest prospect in attendance this weekend was one of the more electric arms in LHP Landon King. He is long and extra lean at this point and that is a large part of what makes him so intriguing since he is already flashing plus stuff on the mound. With a FB that peaked several times at 84 mph, he induced a lot of soft contact, especially when down in the zone. His mid-70's slider dominated LHH's with its tight spin and late bite. He finished off his repertoire with a low-70's CH that worked towards the arm side and decelerated RHH's bat heads. While he did run into some command issues from time to time, the young LHP only surrendered 1 hit and struck out 2 batters in his 2.2 IP.