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2019 Top Prospects

Tyler Montoya  LHP - 2019 - Las Vegas, NV
Northwest Florida State College

Montoya impressed as a two-way prospect, though his biggest impact came on the mound where he ran his fastball up to 89 mph from the left side. The pitch showed hard cutting action with a deceptive delivery with which he filled the zone while also showing some big bat speed with juice from the left side.

Corbin Barker  RHP - 2019 - Ridgecrest, CA
UC Irvine

With a broad and strong 6-3/215 frame, Barker showed his athleticism with a 6.92 60-yard dash before jumping onto the mound where he topped out at 88 mph. From a higher slot he was able to generate consistent plane to his fastball and he maintained his velocity while showing slider that improved throughout.

Samuel Bones  RHP - 2019 - Stockton, CA

Bones did a little bit of everything throughout the weekend and did it all well. A primary righthanded pitcher, the uncommitted Bones ran his fastball up to 86 mph with sinking life while spinning a nice curveball as well. His bat was just as impressive, staying short to the ball with hard, loud contact coming off the barrel.

Kobe Gibson  RHP - 2019 - Antioch, CA

Gibson's arm strength is a real tool and it's one he showed both from first base (82 mph) and on the mound (86 mph), his primary position. With a projectable 6-2/176 frame, you can envision additional velocity coming in the future which will play nicely given his present ability to control the pitch to either side of the plate.

Jonathan Winn  SS - 2019 - Fresno, CA

Winn had a nice showing on both sides of the ball with tools to follow moving forward. A primary third baseman, Winn displayed quickness to his footwork and a strong arm across the diamond (85 mph). Offensively he generates lift out front at the point of contact with jump off this barrel and strength to his hands.

2020 Top Prospects

EQ Workinger  OF - 2020 - Encinitas, CA

Workinger has plenty of tools and he put them all on display throughout the weekend, running the fastest 60-yard dash at 6.65 before throwing an impressive 88 mph from the outfield. Still projectable at 6-3/170, Workinger took his best swings in live action, finding the barrel with a shorter stroke to the ball.

Anthony Ortiz  SS - 2020 - Montebello, CA

Ortiz showed off his two-way potential throughout the weekend, starting with his smooth defensive up the middle and softness to his glove. There's plenty of arm strength as he threw 86 mph both across the diamond and from the mound while showing a nice, loose swing from the right side with nice carry off the barrel.

Bryant Gadison  OF - 2020 - West Covina, CA

A long and projectable 6-2/155, Gadison has another two years to fill out physically but already shows a nice feel in the box. After running a 6.97 60-yard dash, Gadison put his righthanded stroke on display with a loose stroke and extension out front while repeating his mechanics well swing to swing and finding the barrel.

Daniel Lee  LHP - 2020 - Mission Viejo, CA

Though a primary lefthanded pitcher, Lee showed well on both sides of the ball, including on the mound. Up to 83 mph with his fastball, Lee did a nice job of working down in the zone with his heater and also swung it well from the left side, repeating his mechanics while creating nice jump to his pull side.

Troy Holland  1B - 2020 - Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Holland showed perhaps the biggest raw strength of the event, utilizing his strong 6-3/250 pound frame well in the lefthanded batter's box. The bat is his loudest tool, staying short and direct to the ball while impacting the ball hard to his pull side, an element of his game that will only continue to improve with some refinement in the box.

2021 Top Prospects

Kainoa Williams  SS - 2021 - San Diego, CA

After running a 6.95 60-yard dash, Williams put his defensive skills up the middle on display, first during the drills portion before making a nice diving play during the game. Offensively he utilizes a contact oriented swing but is able to create separation at the point of contact with present strength to his hands.

Peyton Schulze  3B - 2021 - Poway, CA
Long Beach State

Like others on this list, Schulze showed his two-way potential this weekend as he was up to 85 mph on the mound and impressed with the stick as well. The arm strength translates to the hot corner, his primary position, and he also does a nice job of getting extended with his swing, generating hard jump off the barrel when squared.

2022 Top Prospects

Jayden Steinhurst  1B - 2022 - Palmdale, CA

Already standing at 6-3/195, there's obvious projection for Steinhurst as he continues to fill out though he was able to impact the baseball in live action throughout the weekend with a smooth, repeatable stroke. His strength plays well and he was also up to 81 mph from the outfield during drills.

Jake Bold  C - 2022 - La Jolla, CA

Bold put his defensive actions on display behind the plate during the drills portion, staying low throughout with athletic, repeatable actions and an accurate arm. He swung it well from the right side of the plate as well with a short path and strength in his hands and will continue to unlock additional strength with mechanical adjustments.

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