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2019 Top Prospects

Theo Bryant  OF - 2019 - Conley, GA
Tennessee Tech

Bryant has a loose swing with plenty of barrel whip through the hitting zone. His weekend including a strong performance at the plate that concluded with a home run in his round of batting practice as well as in game action. The uncommitted prospect has more than just a a hit tool, his arm in the outfield produced a best bolt of 90 mph as well.

Henry Jamieson  3B - 2019 - St. Simons Island, GA
Bates College

Jamieson was a highlighted player in batting practice as he used a nice timing mechanism to hit the baseball out in front with some jump. His corner infield ability was noteworthy as well showing smooth footwork around the bag and a strong arm.

Demirez Grier  SS - 2019 - Tyrone, GA
Faulkner University

Grier shows tools primarily with his speed but also with his bat as well. He can really go get the baseball in the outfield with 6.65 speed and his pop off of the barrel really shows bat speed as noted by his 90 mph exit velocity.

2020 Top Prospects

Dwight Allen  OF - 2020 - Milton, GA

Georgia commit Dwight Allen swung a strong bat in game that included high exit velocities to his pull side. During batting practice, it was no different as the future Bulldog showed a repeatable swing with smoothness and plenty of carry off of his barrel.

Hunter Donaldson  SS - 2020 - Salem, AL
South Alabama

South Alabama commit had a really big weekend in all facets displaying tools that play for him in the infield as well as at the plate. His batting practice round was impressive showing plenty of juice to his pull side putting multiple balls out of the park and clean actions in the infield that included a strong arm and footwork.

Dylan Carmouche  LHP - 2020 - Denham Springs, LA
Mississippi State

Carmouche was extremely dominant on the hill in his outing Saturday. The southpaw committed to Louisiana-Lafayette varies his arm angle and allows himself to still fill up the strike zone with a lethal two pitch combination. His fastball topped out at 88 mph and his curveball was mixed in for strikes with sharp and late bite.

Will Tynes  RHP - 2020 - Bossier City, LA
Southern Miss

Ole Miss commit Will Tynes traveled from Louisiana to Georgia for the weekend's showcase and was dominant in doing so. The righthander had his fastball top out at 88 mph mixing in a pair of breaking balls for strikes as well. Tynes has good size on the mound and can work downhill with his fastball to both sides of the plate.

Fernando Gonzalez  C - 2020 - Acworth, GA

Gonzalez had the strongest arm behind the plate and also swung a really hot bat throughout the weekend. His athleticism behind the plate shows as he moves well laterally with plenty of flexibility. The 2020 back stop has a level swing plane at the plate and barreled the baseball well.

Tyler Brooks  3B - 2020 - Gainesville, GA
LaGrange College

Brooks is a really sharp infielder who showed well both in the infield and at the plate during the event. His actions in the infield are athletic flashing clean hands and a carry to his throws. At the plate, Brooks displays a linear path with some wrist strength to get the bat head out in front and connect on a line.

Cade Watson  LHP - 2020 - Santa Rosa Beach, FL

Watson was one of the quicker players at the event running a 6.70 second 60 yard dash and combining that with present tools in the lefthanded batter's box. Watson may be a primary pitcher but his swing shows leverage out in front and bat speed to create juice to the pull side gap.

Lance Wade  OF - 2020 - Baton Rouge, LA

A primary pitcher who can also really run is what Lance Wade was able to showcase at the 2019 Sunshine Southeast Showcase. The righthander from Louisiana ran a 6.76 60 and also topped out at 86 mph on the mound. His arm works well and he did a really nice job of working quickly and pounding the zone with a three offering mixture of pitches.

Cameron Foster  SS - 2020 - Douglasville, GA

Foster is a player who showcased two-way potential at this weekend's event and really blossomed both in the infield and on the mound. Foster is a physical kid who flashed clean hands and a strong arm before stepping on the mound and bumping 87 mph. He also featured a combination of bat speed, strength and a gap to gap approach at the plate.

Harrison Aulds  OF - 2020 - Macon, GA
Augusta University

Aulds posted one of the higher outfield velocities bolting 88 mph while also featuring promising tools at the plate. The righthanded hitting outfielder impacted the baseball well combining strong hands and bat speed to meet the baseball out in front and drive it well.

Johnny Blake Jr  OF - 2020 - Lawrenceville, GA

Blake Jr took a professional round of batting practice displaying a line drive swing plane with barrel to ball skills. He also ran a 6.77 second 60 yard dash showing promise as a primary outfielder.

Jake Cothran  LHP - 2020 - Inman, SC
Florence-Darlington Technical College

Cothran is a crafty lefty with more projection remaining moving forward. The 2020 lefthander features a fastball up to 84 mph and flashed a curveball that really bites when thrown with conviction. His delivery is easy with projectable arm speed and an angle to the plate.

Mason Malone  RHP - 2020 - Waverly, TN
Lincoln Memorial

The righthander from Tennessee works down in the zone with a short stride down the mound reaching the mid-80s with his heater. His three pitch mix shows promise and his two-way potential is intriguing as well. Malone has a line drive swing plane at the plate and showed well squaring up the baseball back up the middle during BP.

Brody Meeks  RHP - 2020 - Marietta, GA
Young Harris College

Meeks showed arm strength both in the outfield and on the bump. His fastball topped out at 86 mph and his curveball showed slurve-type shape and biting action. Sound mechanics at the plate and a simple delivery on the mound make Meeks a two-way player to follow.

2021 Top Prospects

Caleb Logerwell  RHP - 2021 - McDonough, GA

Recording the best infield velocity at 88 mph and taking it to the mound as well up to 89 mph, Logerwell showed tremendous arm strength as well as the ability to hit at a high level. His day on Saturday included a pair of home runs in game showcasing big-time juice to his swing.

Jesse Robinson  OF - 2021 - Henrico, VA

Robinson is a VCU commit who showed big-time power in batting practice and ran a quick 6.72 second 60 yard dash. Robinson certainly has loud tools that were showcased during drills while also flaunting his bat speed as he smoked a 92 mph best exit velocity.

David Bishop  SS - 2021 - Marietta, GA

Bishop has plenty of upside at the plate as he still has room to fill to his build while already showing elite hand quickness to produce good bat speed. The quick-twitch present in Bishop's swing shows up with his foot speed as well as he ran a 6.73 second 60 yard dash as well.

Coulson Buchanan  RHP - 2021 - Sugar Hill, GA

A 2021 prospect on the mound out of North Gwinnett High School in Georgia, Buchanan featured a fastball up to 86 mph from an over the top arm slot and steep downhill plane. The righthander filled up the zone in his outing with a slider and changeup as well that each showed late movement to miss barrels.

Antwan Walton  RHP - 2021 - Emporia, VA

A highly projectable righthander from Virginia, Walton was up to 86 mph on the mound and the velocity came extremely easy. A low effort delivery combined with a projectable 6-foot-5 frame makes Walton an intriguing prospect on the mound with proper development moving forward.

Mason Cooper  C - 2021 - Jefferson, GA

Cooper showed well at the plate during the Sunshine Southeast Showcase with plenty of bat speed and a sound hitting approach. He gets the barrel out in front and on plane well to create jump when squared. The catcher also displayed plenty of arm strength behind the plate with a 2.03 second best pop time.

Barrett Barkley  RHP - 2021 - Macon, GA

Barkley showed some arm quickness that allowed him to reach 85 mph with his fastball. The righthander throws with intent and stays online with his arm while also repeating a deceptive delivery to really make at-bats tough on hitters.

Jake Willis  RHP - 2021 - Thomaston, GA

Willis has a mature frame beyond his years and looks every bit the part of a catcher behind the plate. He is mechanically sound behind the dish with a nice stroke at the plate as well. His barrel feel was noteworthy spraying the ball to all fields and projecting for power in the future.

Stone McKnight  OF - 2021 - Mableton, GA

McKnight's bat was the carrying tool for him over the weekend allowing him to really showcase his strength in batting practice as well as with his 88 mph Pocket Radar exit velocity. He struck the baseball well especially to the middle of the field looking to lift the baseball into the air.

2022 Top Prospects

Lukas Schramm  OF - 2022 - Apex, NC

Schramm posted top of the class numbers in terms of outfield arm strength (91 mph), exit velocity (95 mph) and 60 yard dash time (6.82). The outfielder from North Carolina is certainly a player to look for moving forward as he oozes tools throughout his game.

Jimmy Shetzler  RHP - 2022 - Kernersville, NC

Shetzler is only a 2022 graduate but still managed to top out at 86 mph with his fastball from a clean arm action. He stays online down the mound and releases with intent with plenty of projection still remaining on his 5-foot-11, 150-pound frame. He threw lots fo strikes and showed a promising curveball and changeup.

Andrew Ruggeri  LHP - 2022 - McLean, VA

Ruggeri ran the second fastest 60 time in his class despite being a primary pitcher. He also showed well at the plate during batting practice consistently driving the baseball with a line drive swing plane and a middle to pull side approach. His fastball topped out at 80 mph from the left side with plenty of projectability present on the bump as well.

Brett Barfield  LHP - 2022 - Cumming, GA

A young lefthander who can already run his fastball up to 85 mph is what Brett Barfield displayed over the weekend with plenty more to come from a lean and projectable build. The southpaw has a repeatable delivery with composure and a longer arm stroke with three pitches that project well.

Joshua Braxton  OF - 2022 - Columbia, MD

Braxton's hands are extremely quick at the plate especially given that he is still only 15 years old and a 2022 graduate. He is a physical outfielder who can really impact the baseball and show projectable tools both with his outfield arm and quickness of foot.

Josh Tate  SS - 2022 - Fayetteville, GA

Tate is a name to follow in the 2022 class as he has a pure swing with plenty of projection remaining given his young age. The shortstop from Fayetteville, Georgia has quick-twitch actions and solid hands to go along with barrel skills that produce hard line drives.

Mason Murdock  RHP - 2022 - Kannapolis, NC

A really projectable frame for a young pitching prospect is what Murdock brings to the mound on top of having a fastball that tops out at 83 mph and an online delivery. The righthander from North Carolina is still developing on the mound but there is certainly potential there with proper refinement and additional reps.

Luke Schmolke  RHP - 2022 - Mooresville, NC

A primary shortstop, it was what Schmolke showcased on the mound that was certainly impressive. His fastball ranged from 80-84 mph with a repeatable delivery and hiding the ball well through the back. There is deception to his pitches from a longer arm action as well as mixing in a curveball to vary speeds effectively.

Cade Fisher  LHP - 2022 - Lafayette, GA

Fisher was one of the top 2022 grads in attendance as he showed promising stuff on the mound from a loose arm action and clean overall delivery. There is plenty of projection remaining due to his frame and arm speed that make Fisher a promising young pitcher. The southpaw was up to 81 mph with a three pitch mix for strikes.

2023 Top Prospects

TayShaun Walton  OF - 2023 - Emporia, VA

Walton made the trip from Virginia to Georgia and showed extremely advanced potential in the outfield and at the plate especially given his young age. Walton was the lone 2023 at the event and fit right in with the older players in terms of his already strong swing and looking the part of a power-hitting righty.

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