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2011 Top Prospects

Travis Harrison  OF - 2011 - Aliso Viejo, CA   Southern California

Arguably the top hitting prospect in the country, regardless of high school class, Travis’ hitting ability and raw power are both outstanding. At 6’3”, 215 lb Travis is an above average athlete that likely projects in left field where he could be a middle of the order contributor down the road.

Christian Lopes  MIF - 2011 - Huntington Beach, CA   Southern California

If Travis Harrison is the top hitting prospect in the country, Christian Lopes is not far behind. A true five-tool athlete Christian’s power, hitting ability and arm strength all grade out as above average tools.

Wallace Gonzalez  OF - 2011 - Covina, CA   Uncommitted

To describe Wallace as a physical specimen is a huge understatement. At 6’5”, 230 lb he looks like he could be a D1 tight end right now. Offensively, Wallace not surprisingly possesses huge raw power potential while he also has a plus arm in the field.

Brett Harrison  MIF - 2011 - Henderson, NV   Hawaii

A very polished all-around player, Brett is one of the premier defensive shortstops in the country. A potential five-tool athlete, Brett runs well and has a very advanced approach at the plate.

Daniel Camarena  OF - 2011 - Bonita, CA   San Diego

One of the top two-way players in the country, Daniel is a premier pitching prospect that can also really swing the bat. He did not pitch at this event but he showed a smooth left-handed swing that has the chance to hit for both power and average. He is verbally committed to San Diego.

Max Homick  1B - 2011 - San Diego, CA   San Diego

Premier two-way prospect, bat is the best tool but can also run fastball in to the mid 80’s. He is verbally committed to San Diego.

Kavin Keyes  MIF - 2011 - Sandy, UT   Oregon State

Talented switch-hitting shortstop prospect. Very polished hitting approach from both sides of the plate and bat carries over well to the next level. He is verbally committed to Oregon State.

Steven Pallares  MIF - 2011 - Corona, CA   San Diego State

High-level two-way prospect that flashes good upside in the field and on the mound. Good defensive actions and up to 85 on the mound with tight 12-6 curveball. Verbally committed to San Diego State.

Tyler Rahier  C - 2011 - San Bernardino, CA   Uncommitted

Rahier has outstanding defensive tools and is also really improving with the bat. He is a very interesting all around catcher and needs to be followed very closely.

Jacob Anderson  1B - 2011 - Chino, CA   Pepperdine

Daniel Arellano  1B - 2011 - Corona, CA   Long Beach State

Austin Bailey  MIF - 2011 - Temecula, CA   San Diego

Sean Buckle  OF - 2011 - Long Beach, CA   Loyola Marymount

Blake Burrell  RHP - 2011 - Moreno Valley, CA   Riverside CC

Kyle Davis  RHP - 2011 - Temecula, CA   UC Irvine

Nathan Etheridge  1B - 2011 - San Pedro, CA   Uncommitted

Taylor Giordano  OF - 2011 - Henderson, NV   Uncommitted

Joshua Guerra  OF - 2011 - Downey, CA   Long Beach State

Taylor Hansen  SS - 2011 - Camarillo, CA   San Diego State

Scott Heineman  RHP - 2011 - Pacific Palisades, CA   Oregon

Desmond Henry  OF - 2011 - Los Angeles, CA   Uncommitted

Connor Joe  MIF - 2011 - Poway, CA   San Diego

Jonathan "Jack" Kramer  C - 2011 - Corona, CA   Cal State San Marcos

Zack Ortiz  RHP - 2011 - Garden Grove, CA   Uncommitted

Chase Puente  3B - 2011 - Vista, CA   UC Riverside

Quincy Quintero  MIF - 2011 - Santa Clarita, CA   Pepperdine

Drew Stiles  OF - 2011 - Temecula, CA   Uncommitted

2012 Top Prospects

Rio Ruiz  3B - 2012 - Covina, CA   Southern California

A premier two-way prospect, Rio is a 2012 prospect whose has huge upside on the mound and at the plate. While he didn’t throw at this event he has been up to 90 in past and his smooth left-handed swing is one of the best in the country. He is verbally committed to Southern California.

Joey Gallo  3B - 2012 - Henderson, NV   Louisiana State

A 2012 prospect, Joey is one of the nation’s premier two-way prospects. Offensively he shows big raw potential from the left side, while also featuring a plus arm at third base. On the mound he sat in the 85-89 range with his fastball and his 6’4”, 195 lb frame projects very well down the road.

Tanner Rahier  SS - 2012 - Indian Wells, CA   San Diego

A 2012 prospect, Tanner is a top-notch athlete with highest-level two-way potential. He has a very quick arm and ran his fastball up to 89 with a tight 10-4 curveball. Offensively he has good tools to work with and he showed good speed running a 6.94 sixty.

Andre Real  2B - 2012 - Villa Park, CA   Hawaii

A 2012 prospect, the bat really sticks out for Andre who is one of the nation’s premier hitters. He produces outstanding bat speed with great leverage and his ability to square the ball up is outstanding. He is verbally committed to San Diego.

Ruben (RJ) Ybarra  C - 2012 - Riverside, CA   Arizona State

A 2012 prospect, the upside is very high for Ruben who projects to be one of the premier power hitters in his class. At 6’0”, 190 lb Ruben already possesses outstanding physical strength and he shows off a big arm behind the plate.

Cameron (CJ) Saylor  C - 2012 - West Covina, CA   San Diego State

A 2012 prospect, Cameron was the top defensive catcher at the event where he showed outstanding arm strength (84) and a very quick release. (1.81) He also has good upside at the plate as he squares the ball up well and has good raw power potential.

Vahn Bozoian  OF - 2012 - Chino Hills, CA   Southern California

Ty France  3B - 2012 - West Covina, CA   San Diego State

Robert M. Garcia Quiroz  RHP - 2012 - Yabucoa, PR   Uncommitted

Beau Kallas  3B - 2012 - Draper, UT   Utah Valley University

Art Moran-Vidrio  LHP - 2012 - Santa Ana, CA   UC Santa Barbara

2013 Top Prospects

Kevin Lillicrop  RHP - 2013 - Cypress, CA   Point Loma Nazarene

Jeremy Martinez  C - 2013 - Fountain Valley, CA   Southern California

Anthony Mizrahi  3B - 2013 - LaCanada, CA   Uncommitted

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