Showcase Southeast Top Prospect
Sep 12 - 13, 2009 East Cobb Complex - Marietta, GA  

2010 Top Prospects

Christopher Triplett  - INF - 2010 - Fayetteville, GA - USA
Triplett has the athletic ability and speed to play in the middle of the field all the way up the ladder, which makes his right handed bat, his best overall tool, play higher.

Andrew Toles  - OF - 2010 - Fayetteville, GA - USA
Toles’ 6.4 speed makes him one of the fastest players in the country and contributes to him being one of the best defensive outfielders as well. Maintaining a more consistent approach with the bat will take his game up another notch.

Alexander Cruz  - MIF - 2010 - Woodstock, GA - USA
Cruz’s projectable 6-3, 190 lb frame is loose and athletic and he has bat speed and natural lift in his swing. He defensive skills are just as smooth as his swing, although he might end up at third base.

Irving (Monte) Reese  - RHP - 2010 - Stone Mountain, GA - USA
Reese touched 90 mph from a loose and well coordinated delivery that projects well. He also showed nice feel and spin for a 74 mph curveball and threw strikes with both pitches.

Zach Waters  - RHP - 2010 - Woodstock, GA - USA
Waters came to the event as a primary pitcher and threw in the mid-80’s but we like him much better as a catching prospect with a strong arm (1.85 best pop) and a very projectable bat.

Roy Moulder  - C - 2010 - Milton, FL - USA
Moulder graded out as a 9.5 (out of 10) on the PG scouting scale for his defensive work at the showcase. He’s agile, quick and athletic and that helps his offensive projection as well.

Austen Smith  - 1B - 2010 - Cantonment, FL - USA
Smith played more outfield than we’ve seen before he looks natural out there, especially for a 6-4, 235 lb masher. He’s very agile for his size and can really throw.

Patrick Jones  - OF - 2010 - Cincinnati, OH - USA
Jones was one of the most physically imposing athletes at the event with a strong and projectable 6-3, 195 lb build. He also ran a 6.52 60. When his hitting skills catch up to raw ability, he could be something special.

James Harris  - MIF - 2010 - Woodstock, GA - USA
Harris is a 6.80 runner with very good arm strength but his most intriguing tool is his bat speed and power potential. At a strong 6-2, 205 lbs, Harris looks like a future third baseman but will have more value if he can stay in the middle of the field.

K.J. McAllister  - SS - 2010 - Clermont, GA - USA
What McAllister lacks in size he makes up with both tools and skills. He’s a disruptor on the bases with his speed, has bat speed from both sides of the plate and is a slick fielder at both second base and shortstop.

Kyle Wren  - OF - 2010 - Peachtree City, GA - USA
Wren almost topped Andrew Toles in the 60, running a swift 6.47. He has quick hands with the bat and should continue to improve his bat speed with more strength.

Sebastian Gomez  - MIF - 2010 - Miramar, FL - USA
Gomez doesn’t stand out physically, nor do his tools stand out. But he was perhaps the best game player at the event, showing some serious bat speed, the ability to make the spectacular defensive play and a hard nosed, hustling attitude.

Tanner Smith  - OF - 2010 - London, KY - USA
Smith’s big tool is his left handed power bat. He has a very simple and compact swing but generates very good bat speed with some lift and squared up everything he saw during game action.

Tommy Ferguson  - C - 2010 - Cumming, GA - USA
Ferguson played all over the field at the showcase and is athletic with 6.9 speed. His best tool, though, is right handed raw bat speed and the ball jumped off his barrel with authority.

Christo Jones  - RHP - 2010 - Panama City, FL - USA
Jones has a power pitcher’s build at 6-4, 225 lbs and a clean delivery and arm action. He pitched at 87-89 mph showed the ability spin a curveball, although his over the top release point might be better suited for a slider.

Jordan Shusteric  - MIF - 2010 - Riverview, MI - USA
Shusteric is a polished switching hitting middle infielder with bat speed from both sides of the plate and some power especially from the right side. He ran the 60 in 6.78.

Sam Agnew-Wieland  - RHP - 2010 - Marietta, GA - USA
Agnew-Wieland has a solid athletic build and three solid present pitches in an 88 mph fastball, a slider with good consistent tilt and a deceptive change up.

Paul Patterson  - OF - 2010 - Peachtree City, GA - USA
Patterson is a slightly built 5-11, 160 lb centerfielder but he has very good first step quickness and 6.6 speed in the 60. He has surprising strength for his size and can drive the ball into the gaps.

Hayden Jordan  - RHP - 2010 - Peachtree City, GA - USA
Jordan has a mature 6-2, 210 lb frame and a very mature approach to pitching to go with it. He pitched in the 84-88 mph range with a nice hard 76 mph slurve type breaking ball.

F. Connor Smith  - RHP - 2010 - Lafayette, LA - USA
Smith is an athletic 6-2, 200 lb 2-way prospect. He threw in the 85-87 mph range with an easy arm action and showed nice power at the plate.

2011 Top Prospects

Tyler Greene  - SS - 2011 - Boca Raton, FL - USA
The 6-3, 175 lb Greene defines projection in a middle infielder, especially with his power potential, and he is already a 6.56 runner in the 60.

Jarmani Conway  - SS - 2011 - Atlanta, GA - USA
Conway has natural hitter’s hands and very good present bat speed despite a wiry 6-2, 170 lb frame that hasn’t started to fill out.

Nelson Ward  - SS - 2011 - Marietta, GA - USA
Ward is a solid average runner and middle infielders who are left handed hitters with some juice in their bats get extra attention.

2012 Top Prospects

Max Foody  - LHP - 2012 - Ponte Vedra, FL - USA
Foody is touching 90 mph as a high school sophomore lefty and his curveball is a potential plus pitch as well. His best tool might be his overall athleticism, he’d rank in the top 10 on this list as an outfielder as well.

Addison Russell  - SS - 2012 - Pace, FL - USA
Russell has a chance to become a true 5-tool player by the time he finished developing. His best present tool is his bat speed and hitting ability but his run/throw/field tools are all top of the line and are going to keep improving.

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