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2023 Top Prospects

Yabdriel Gonzalez  SS - 2023 - New Haven, CT

Gonzalez didn't wait very long to showcase the natural athleticism he possesses, flashing super easy fluid movements from the IF with quick transfers and a cannon across the diamond up to 86 mph. He displayed natural lift in the bath path on the offensive end with juice production gap to gap, posting an exit velocity of 83 mph.

Griffin Patridge  C - 2023 - Fogelsville, PA

With a 1.93 pop time, it's safe to say Patridge showed his value to be a defensive asset behind the dish on the day. The broad framed 6-foot-2 190 pound catcher flashed a repeatable compact arm action and consistent throws on the bag. Offensively, he used a pull side approach with clear strength in the hands, posting an exit velo of 83 mph.

Brandon Shelhorse  1B - 2023 - Fairfax, VA

Shelhorse put some dangerous swings on display during his round of BP, using the intimidating 6-foot-5 210 pound frame to create loud contact to the pull side of the field. With the effort and hand strength here, balls have a chance to go a long way when timed up. Posted an 83 mph exit velo and topped out at 76 mph across the diamond from 1B.

2024 Top Prospects

Vincent Favata  OF - 2024 - Syosset, NY

Favata worked from a lean projectable 6-foot-0 150 pound build in the OF, attacking the ball well with clear arm strength present up to 86 mph. He created plenty of torque on the offensive end, successfully getting the barrel out in front with evident bat speed also present, posting an exit velo of 85 mph.

Christopher Mondesir  OF - 2024 - Roslindale, MA

Mondesir really impressed as one of the last BP rounds, showing off some intriguing juice to the pull side. Sending a ball well over the left-field fence into the parking lot, Mondesir got the barrel out consistently with a levered stroke with a lot of intent behind it. Working up to 80 mph from the outfield, the Roslindale, Massachusetts-native flashed some arm strength with on line throws to third.

2025 Top Prospects

Jayden Stroman  SS - 2025 - Medford, NY

Putting together the most impressive round of BP of the evening, Stroman launched three balls over the fence from the left-side with a crisp lofted stroke as he generated tons of torque from his strong lower-half. Displaying a professional approach from the right-side, peppering the gaps, Stroman displayed exceptional barrel control with the ability to flip the switch whenever. While also running a 6.6-sixty and throwing 88 mph across the diamond, Stroman's tools are certainly loud and they were on full display.

Michael Olender  OF - 2025 - Flemington, NJ

Another impressive 2025 prospect, Olender looked good on both sides of the ball. Working up 85 mph from the outfield with clean actions and on line throws to the bases, showing off his athleticism as he would also clock a 7.1-second sixty. Launching a ball into the parking lot during BP, Olender flashed some big-time juice to the pull side, creating natural lift through the zone utilizing a compact stroke with electric hand speed.

Andrew Coyle  OF - 2025 - Congers, NY

Coyle displayed some feel for the barrel during his round of BP, shooting some balls to the right-center gap that really carried off the bat. A balanced, compact stroke, Coyle repeated it well. Working through the ball well in the field, Coyle displayed versatility with advanced actions from both the infield and outfield.

Ryan Lush  SS - 2025 - Woburn, MA

Recording the second fastest sixty-time of 6.72-seconds, Lush was an athletic mover with clean actions and proper footwork in the field. With still a ton of physical projection remaining to added to his 5'10"/175lbs frame, Lush flashed some intriguing tools that will continue develop. Displaying some juice through the middle-of-the-field during his round, when the Massachusetts-native got extended and got his foot down on time, the ball jumped off his bat.

2026 Top Prospects

Charlie DePippo  C - 2026 - Leesburg, VA

For a rising freshman, DePippo handled the bat well, displaying strong feel for the barrel as he produced well-struck line-drives to the gaps throughout his round. Recorded a best pop time of 2.09 seconds, the Leesburg, Virginia-native put throws on the bag repeatedly with a clean, mid-line transfer. He'll be on to follow as he continues to mature physically with his young, 5'9"/150lbs frame.