Showcase Northeast Top Prospect Showcase
Aug 17 - 19, 2001 Clem Spillane Field - Wareham, MA  
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Top Prospects

Mike Baxter  SS - - Whitestone, NY   Vanderbilt

Baxter was a pleasant surprise. This kid has some serious tools. He ran a 6.56-60, with a playable arm and he can swing the bat. He does have a tendency to pull everything right now.


2001 Top Prospects

Chris Lambert  SS - 2001 - Manchester, NH   Boston College

Easy #1, 91-94 fastball explodes, 77 slurve is a plus pitch. He didn? pitch much in high school, so he went undrafted and unrecruited. Lambert was an 01 grad who was going to go to prep school, now everybody wants him. After offers to sign a pro contract or go to schools like LSU and Clemson, he settled on a scholarship offer from Boston College.


2002 Top Prospects

Jhonathan Figueroa  LHP - 2002 - Tampa, FL   Uncommitted

Figueroa? velocity was down a bit in Wareham. He still touched 90 and his breaking ball was the best we have seen him throw. It? now a plus pitch.

Mark Rosen  LHP - 2002 - Randolph, MA   Miami

Rosen was his typical 90-92 with a very hard high 70s slider. He is an attacker and is very muscular for a pitcher. He don? mess around.

Chris Emanuel  OF - 2002 - Mississauga, ON CAN   Uncommitted

Unquestionably the top performer of all position players in Wareham. After a lackluster Area Codes, he really turned it on here. He ran a 6.63, threw 88 from the outfield, ran a 4.2 home to first and was the top hitter at the showcase. He even displayed some good power as he hit one out in the first game.

Daniel Christensen  LHP - 2002 - Brooklyn, NY   Uncommitted

Christensen stayed in the 87-88 range, touching 89. He flashes a good breaking ball and can really pitch. If he were to get a bit more out of his hips, watchout!

Marvin Urdaneta  OF - 2002 - Tampa, FL   Uncommitted

One of the fastest players out there anywhere. Urdaneta ran 6.5 twice and was timed 4.05 home to first from the right side. He has playable arm strength and a fast bat. All he needs to do is make more consistant hard contact and he has it all.

Wesley Cosgriff  LHP - 2002 - Allendale, NJ   Uncommitted

Cosgriff really projects! His arm works good and he throws downhill. He? mid to upper 80s right now, with the makings of a good breaking ball. He can also swing the bat.

David Davidson  LHP - 2002 - Thorold, ON CAN   Uncommitted

Davidson was a bit ill in Wareham. Probably based on his performance, he shouldn? be ranked this high. He did throw mid 80s and we know how good he is, so we ranked him right up there.

Kevin Sevigny  OF - 2002 - Springvale, ME   Uncommitted

Sevigny is another player we have seen a little better in the past. But he still showed a 6.86-60, an 88 mph arm from the outfield and a lot of bat speed. He has a very strong baseball body.

Robert Bland  RHP - 2002 - North Bay, ON CAN   Uncommitted

Bland was 87-89 and a few guns had him touching 90. He has a chance to become a big time power pitcher down the road.

Christopher Leroux  C - 2002 - Mississauga, ON CAN   Winthrop

Easily the #1 defensive catcher in Wareham. Moves like a big cat and throws 1.89 pop times. His bat is a bit slow, if he improves it, you have a good draft pick.

Timothy Sabo  RHP - 2002 - Suffern, NY   Seton Hall

Sabo has a chance to be real good. He has a good pitchers body and threw in the high 80s at Wareham. He has a good feel for the mound.

Joshua Klimkiewicz  SS - 2002 - Lexington, MA   Uncommitted

Klim. Can hit and with some power too. The ball jumps off his bat! He has a playable arm and seems to make all the plays at short and third. He ran a 7.14, so 3B is probably in the future.

Eric Wolfe  1B - 2002 - Willowdale, ON CAN   Uncommitted

Wolfe can flat out rake. He will hit with power and for average down the road. He runs close to average and is a very good defensive 1B, aside from a below average arm.

Stephen Hook  1B - 2002 - Langhorne, PA   Uncommitted

Power is Hooks game, he can mash and he did in Wareham. He? a good defensive first baseman. His only drawback is a lack of running speed, but it? his bat that draws the most attention. He hit some long ones in Wareham!

U Chan Yi  RHP - 2002 - Windsor Locks, CT   Uncommitted

Yi? future is on the hill. He can pitch and showed high 80s velocity in Wareham. We like the way he works quickly and his feel for pitching.

Zachary Farkes  2B - 2002 - Boston, MA   Harvard

Farkes is a good baseball player whose best tools are his bat and his arm. He showed 400·wood bat power in BP and threw 87 across the infield. A 7 flat runner, he looks quicker than that on the bases. He has good infield actions.

Joseph Udine  RHP - 2002 - Voorhees, NJ   Uncommitted

Udine is a guy we would like to see again. He ran a 7.1- 60 and threw 89 from the outfield. He also smoked a few balls in the games and in BP.

Matthew Reynolds  OF - 2002 - Miami, FL   Uncommitted

Reynolds played very well in Wareham. His tools are fairly average across the board, but he plays and hits better than the tools would dictate. He plays hard and plays smart.

Matthew McColgan  C - 2002 - La Canada, CA   Santa Clara

We have seen McColgan better before. He still showed enough, especially with the bat, to be considered a top level college prospect. His pop times were in the 1.9s, but he didn? really look comfortable doing it.

Nicholas Tift  1B - 2002 - North Kingstown, RI   Uncommitted

Ran a 6.8, has a good arm and a major league body. Keep an eye on him.

Blake Marston  SS - 2002 - Bedford, NH   Uncommitted

Marston can hit and play. He has a major league body!

Lee Rattigan  OF - 2002 - Bedford, NH   Uncommitted

Ran a 6.61- 60 and has a playable arm. Started hitting the ball hard as time went on.

David Fretwell  OF - 2002 - N. Chelmsford, MA   Uncommitted

Ran a 6.81 and has a playable arm. Can hit good pitching.

Jason Gotwalt  3B - 2002 - Mississauga, ON CAN   Uncommitted

Gotwalt has a strong plus body and a good arm. His #1 tool is his bat, he can play.

Rocky Collis  RHP - 2002 - Santa Monica, CA   Cornell

Collis throws mid 80s, but it looks like 90 with the explosive life he gets. A 74 curve ball is his best pitch. He can also hit and play.

Matthew York  SS - 2002 - Newton Square, PA   Uncommitted

York is another guy with MLB average tools across the board. He has real good infield actions and can hit.

Matthew Johnson  OF - 2002 - Hagerstown, MD   Uncommitted

Johnson proved he can hit the best pitching and he ran a 6.85. He? a good player.

Richard Russell  C - 2002 - North York, ON CAN   Uncommitted

A good catcher, 1.96 pop, who? #1 tool is his bat and power potential.

Eric Anderson  2B - 2002 - Rochester, MN   Uncommitted

Thomas Arpino  C - 2002 - Brooklyn, NY   Uncommitted

Chris Bowser  RHP - 2002 - Danvers, MA   Uncommitted

Jeffrey Brown  1B - 2002 - Wilton, CT   Uncommitted

Ryan Edell  LHP - 2002 - Lexington, MA   College of Charleston

James Gillin  C - 2002 - Broomall, PA   Uncommitted

Kevin MacIlvane Jr.  C - 2002 - Windsor, CT   Uncommitted

Brett Maloley  C - 2002 - Needham, MA   Uncommitted

Josh Nestor  C - 2002 - Nashua, NH   Uncommitted

James Pappadopoulos  SS - 2002 - Chelmsford, MA   Uncommitted

Nathan Penrose  LHP - 2002 - Burlington, ON CAN   Uncommitted

Thomas Potvin  OF - 2002 - Worcester, MA   Uncommitted

Mark Shorey  LHP - 2002 - Peabody, MA   High Point

Joshua Stern  SS - 2002 - Millwood, NY   Uncommitted

Matthew Tosoni  LHP - 2002 - Whitby, ON CAN   Uncommitted

Mark Tourangeau  OF - 2002 - Oakville, ON CAN   Uncommitted

Ian Wight  RHP - 2002 - Ajax, ON CAN   Uncommitted

Joshua Zabar  OF - 2002 - Swampscott, MA   Uncommitted


2003 Top Prospects

Jeff Allison  RHP - 2003 - Peabody, MA   Arizona

Allison is one of the nations top 03 prospects. In Wareham he threw 90-92 with a killer 80 mph slider. He is extremely athletic and has one of the quickest arms in the country. He does seem to recoil a bit on the fastball, but finishes up well on the breaking ball. This is one very rare, magical arm!

Eric Grabowski  OF - 2003 - Spencer, MA   Franklin Pierce

This was one of the biggest surprises of the year so far. Grabowski is a potential high draft prospect in 03. He ran a hand held 6.55 ·60 and swings the bat with authority. He has a MLB body and outstanding athleticism. Oh yeah! He also threw an inning or two at 88-89 with a killer breaking ball.

William Muldowney  3B - 2003 - West Chester, PA   Pittsburgh

Muldowney is a guy we have heard amazing stories about. It? fun when those stories turn out to be the truth. He has a strong mature type body and swings a big bat. He hit a home run and a double and it looks easy. On the mound he threw 87-89, touching 90 a couple times with a plus MLB curveball.

Lance Zawadzki  MIF - 2003 - Ashland, MA   Lee University

Maybe the top infielder, any class, in Wareham. Outstanding actions and an 86 mph across the inf. Arm. He also ran a 6.77 and hit one out in BP. He creates outstanding bat speed and maybe over attacks a bit.

Chris Lubanski  OF - 2003 - Schwenksville, PA   Florida State

Lubanski is very athletic. He played on the Youth National Team that won the gold medal this summer. He has had a long tiring journey, but still managed to run a 6.75 60 and play real well in Wareham.

Matt Antonelli  SS - 2003 - Peabody, MA   Wake Forest

Antonelli remember his name! There? not much he can? do on a baseball field. He ran a 6.79 and a 4.19 H-1. He has an MLB average arm and good actions in the infield. He? a good hitter with power potential. And he threw 85-87 off the mound with a sharp 74 mph breaking ball.

Adjatay Nyadjroh  OF - 2003 - Somerville, MA   Uncommitted

Very athletic looking player. He ran a 6.9, but looks much faster than that. He has a better than average arm and some outstanding hitting ability.

Ryan Williams  3B - 2003 - Lynnfield, MA   Uncommitted

Williams is yet another good athlete who projects nicely. He has a quick bat and a good arm. He could become special as he gets stronger.

Matt Linder  RHP - 2003 - Thunder Bay, ON CAN   Uncommitted

Linder projects very well. He has that long lean body and his arm works great. He throws mid 80s now, but he has a big future ahead of him.

Larry Day  C - 2003 - Amesbury, MA   UCONN

He loves the game and plays for keeps! One of the most enjoyable players we have had at our events. He is a pretty good catcher, but he is a top level hitting prospect. He can hit and hit with power. Hit a couple good ones including a HR in the games.

Michael Roeder  OF - 2003 - Waterloo, ON CAN   Uncommitted

He is an interesting 03 prospect who ran a 6.85 and threw 88 from the outfield.

JP Alvarez  2B - 2003 - Palm Beach Gardens, FL   Uncommitted

Alvarez is someone to keep an eye on. His skills are not fully developed, but he flashes some outstanding ability at times. He has fast, soft hands, both in the field and at the plate.

Dan Gulino  RHP - 2003 - Alexandria, VA   Uncommitted

Gulino has a mid 80s arm and can hit. He should be watched closely.

Michael Cart  3B - 2003 - King City, ON CAN   South Alabama

Cart projects very well. He has an outstanding baseball body and ability.

Marc Besteman  SS - 2003 - Bradford, ON CAN   Uncommitted

Nicholas DeVito  1B - 2003 - Hingham, MA   Uncommitted

James Wilson  IF - 2003 - Billerica, MA   Uncommitted

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