New Tournament Seeds (for Thursday & Friday games)
Seeding and Tie Breaker Rules:
Tie Breakers Within Pools
1. Win-loss record
2. Head to Head winner
3. If three teams are tied – If one team has defeated both other teams, that team advances. If not go to #4.
4. Total runs allowed in pool play.
5. Total runs scored in pool play
6. Coin flip
Tie Breakers Within Divisions
1. Pool Place
2. Win-loss record
3. Head to Head winner
4. If three teams are tied – If one team has defeated both other teams, that team advances. If not go to #4.
5. Total runs allowed in pool play.
6. Total runs scored in pool play
7. Coin flip
|16u Division||18u Division|
|Elimination #1) Elite Athlete Academy 2017 Red||Elimination #47) Miami Suns 17|
|Elimination #2) Miami Suns 16||Elimination #48) Chupacabras Baseball|
|Elimination #3) Palm Beach Shockers Blue||Elimination #49) MPI 17|
|Elimination #4) Palm Beach Select 15||Elimination #50) Ninth Inning Royals Marucci 17|
|Elimination #5) Brevard Aces 16||Elimination #51) Elev8 Sports Institute|
|Elimination #6) Vipers Baseball 16||Elimination #52) Beast Mode Baseball|
|Elimination #7) Palm Beach Prospects Elite||Elimination #53) West Boca Panthers|
|Elimination #8) Top American Prospects 16||Elimination #54) Players Edge 18|
|Elimination #9) OAGWUW Select||Consolation #55) Boca Thunder Baseball 18U|
|Elimination #10) PBA Orlando 16||Consolation #56) Galaxy Aces 18|
|Elimination #11) Ninth Inning Royals Marucci 16||Consolation #57) Panthers 18 Blue|
|Elimination #12) Galaxy Aces||Consolation #58) MPI 18|
|Consolation #13) AOTR Junior Legends||Consolation #59) Prospects Factory|
|Consolation #14) Palm Beach Select 16||Consolation #60) East Coast Prospects|
|Consolation #15) Coral Springs Clippers||Consolation #61) Fast Center .45s|
|Consolation #16) Florida Stealth Navy||Consolation #62) Tampa Bay Raiders|
|Consolation #17) Florida Legends 2018||Consolation #63) Space Coast Nationals|
|Consolation #18) Babylon Pride||Consolation #64) OAGWUW Select|
|Consolation #19) Big League Baseball Academy||Consolation #65) Boca Thunder Baseball 17U|
|Consolation #20) Xtremeline Baseball 16||Consolation #66) South Florida Breakers 17|
|Consolation #21) Miami Mudcats 16 Red||Consolation #67) South Florida Eagles|
|Consolation #22) Boca Thunder Baseball 16||Consolation #68) Miami Mambas|
|Consolation #23) Ponte Verde Thunder White 16||Consolation #69) TB Baseball|
|Consolation #24) South Miami Select||Consolation #70) Elite Athlete Academy 2016|
|Consolation #25) Xtremeline Baseball Navy 16||Consolation #71) Top American Prospects 18|
|Consolation #26) Miami Mudcats 16 Black||Consolation #72) Tiger USA Baseball 18|
|Consolation #27) Florida Stealth Red||Consolation #73) Ft. Caroline Indians|
|Consolation #28) PBC Gameday Elite 15||Consolation #74) Next Level Baseball 17|
|Consolation #29) Panthers 16 White||Consolation #75) South Florida Storm White|
|Consolation #30) Morel's Dragons||Consolation #76) All American Prospects 17/18|
|Consolation #31) Players Edge 16||Consolation #77) Miami Cudas|
|Consolation #32) Celebration RR||Consolation #78) Palm Beach Shockers White|
|Consolation #33) Tiger USA Baseball 16||Consolation #79) 5TBA|
|Consolation #34) Palm Beach Rebels||Consolation #80) Rawlings Renegades|
|Consolation #35) Columbus Explorers 16|
|Consolation #36) Central Ohio Knights|
|Consolation #37) Busty Bulls 16U|
|Consolation #38) Fast Center .45s|
|Consolation #39) Palm Beach Extreme Blue 16|
|Consolation #40) Palm Beach Shockers Maroon|
|Consolation #41) Ponte Verde Thunder Blue 16|
|Consolation #42) Triple Play Baseball|
|Consolation #43) West Boynton Lightning|
|Consolation #44) Elite Athlete Academy 2017 Black|
|Consolation #45) All American Prospects 16 Blue|
|Consolation #46) Palm Beach Extreme Red 15|
* Published rosters represent the information provided by the responsible coach or official for each team
All American Prospects 16 Blue
#33 Danny Pinkley
Good upside, flashing defensively soft hands, efficient footwork and throws from multiple angles, has good presence and demeanor, at the plate, shows square/balanced stance, good bat path to ball, used whole field
#21 Connor Apugliese
Big bodied 2017 grad. Strong kid who displayed power with two doubles over the centerfielder and leftfielder’s heads. He puts together good at bats with a good approach. He is smooth at third base with an above average arm. He bring good energy to the field.
AOTR Junior Legends
#21 Alec Teska
Athletic frame, clean arm action on the mound, free and easy, FB: 80-82mph, CB: 70-71mph with good late break, CH: 68mph, good feel, late sink
#2 Jacob Dippold
A 2017 grad with a tall, thin, athletic body. Throws from ¾ arm slot with good command to both sides of the plate. His fastball sits 79-80 with arm side run and he attacks the zone early. Curveball sits 59-62, flashes early and throws it for strikes. He struck out 7 of the nine batters he faced. At the plate, he displays a good balanced approach with quick hands that lead to a level swing path. He was 1-1 with 2SB.
#7 Kenneth Gordon
Solid body with good speed. He shows smooth actions in the field with an accurate arm. He has good baseball instinct and hustles all over the field. At the plate he displays a balanced approach and uses the middle of the field as a line drive hitter.
Big League Baseball Academy
#33 Jack Baxter
Athletic, hustles, showed soft hands in the MIF, good movement to glove side, received well, 2.20 pop time, good load, quiet hands, uses all fields, showed pullside power, ability to handle the bat, good runner, aggressive on bases, 4.93 turn
Boca Thunder Baseball 16u
#4 Cal Bocchino
Smooth actions, arm plays at SS, body projects, connected swing, bat stays in the zone, balanced, good bat path, plays the game the right way
#34 Braden Forchic
Good actions, glove works out front, quick release, good left handed stroke, bat stays in the zone, good approach, solid arm that projects, runs the bases well, gamer
#21 Paul (PJ) Cimo
Strong, athletic, big projection, good approach at the plate, very balanced, level bat path, consistently finding the barrel, gap to gap power, (3) 1B’s, 2B, and a stolen base
#27 Andrew Garbarini
A 2018 grad, Andrew is a tall, thin, projectable RHP. He shows an athletic setup, with balance over the rubber and good tempo. His fastball tops out at 79 and he shows good command of it to both sides of the plate. He displays a sharp, 69mph curveball that has good depth. He locates it down and away to hitters and it is an above average pitch for his age.
Brevard Aces 16
#2 Ricardo Diaz
Aggressive approach at the plate, bat stayed through the zone, ran the bases well, smooth defensively, went 3-3 1B, 2B, and 3B
Busty Bulls 16u
#9 Alex Rao
Big Frame/physical, FB 76-80mph arm side run, serviceable 3B with sure hands, footwork with plus arm across the diamond, power potential with size as development refines.
#79 Jordan Bustabad
Athletic build, shows fluid actions at SS, good arm across the diamond, good range both arm and glove side, good body control on slow rollers, athletic stance, short compact swing through the zone, good use of lower half, shows FB: 78-79mph, good arm side run, SL: 70mph with tight rotation, good speed on bases
#20 Brendan Bell
FB 75-81mph, some arm side run. CB 70 with 10/4 shape. fielded position well
#5 Jared Green
Thick build, barreled balls to all fields, solid power, good approach, balanced and strong, quick hands through the zone, very good idea
#35 Jordan Powell
Tall, athletic, projectable body, commands fastball to both sides of the plate, FB: 78-79mph, strike thrower, pitches off fastball, good front side extension, CB: 68mph with 10/4 shape, good depth
Central Ohio Knights
#4 Sirmawn Richardson
Athletic, threw 6+ innings, easy arm action, FB: 79-81mph, CB: 64-66mph, pounded the strike zone, went right after hitters, competitor on the mound, 3 hits including a 2B
#5 Tanner Griggs
Lean, athletic frame, room to fill out, hit ball consistently hard to all fields, stayed flat through the zone, ran 4.63 Home-1b, above avg OF with strong accurate throwing arm, threw out runner at home plate to save run
#42 Charlie Gibson
Solid, physical, great upside with untapped potential, 4.6 runner Home to 1B, good angles in the OF with above avg arm, solid approach at plate with square stance, gap to gap potential with refined reps
Columbus Explorers 16
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#20 Anthony Fernandez – 2017 – C
Athletic, projectable body, solid receiver, quick to block, good lateral movement, takes charge in the field, calls a good game, 2.18 pop time, good carry on throws
Coral Springs Clippers
#7 Justin McDaniel
Switch hitter with pullside power, smooth lefty swing, barreled up ball in all at-bats, triple, clean arm action, repeats delivery, arm side run on FB topping out at 84mph, threw breaking ball at 74mph, and slider at 76mph, hard sweeping action
#26 Nicholas Fanelli
LHP with a live arm and clean smooth delivery. He works to both sides of the plate effectively with three pitches. He can throw any pitch for a strike in any count. His fastball is 79-81mph, curveball 74mph, and changeup is 69mph.
#15 Derek Musial
Tall, lanky frame, line drive hitter, uses the whole field, 2 hits gap to gap, plus runner, fundamentally sound all around
Elite Athlete Academy 2017 Black
#1 Ralphy Ramos
Short, strong, athletic, fluid actions, works from the ground up, clean transfer and a strong arm, showed a balanced approach, good rhythm and timing, quick hands, line drive type hitter, 2-3 at the plate
Elite Athlete Academy 2017 Red
#17 Kevin Bermudez
Big, strong, athletic, hustles everywhere, receives and blocks well, staggered stance, 2.0 pop time, quiet at the plate, good load, showed pullside power
Fast Center .45s 16
#3 Will Koebrick
Slender, athletic build, gets good jumps on balls, good routes, comes through the ball when fielding, displays strong arm in the OF with carry, has an athletic stance with a level bat path, shows the ability to bunt for a base hit, spray line drive hitter, runs very well with a 4.12 home to 1B
Florida Legends 2018
#7 Kyle Krtausch
Athletic body, aggressive hitter, big time power potential, runs okay, drove a 2B to RCF gap, single down the LF line
#11 Stephen Garcia
He shows a balanced setup with an excellent approach. He is able to cover the whole plate effectively with a smooth swing from the right side. He also showed gap-to-gap power.
#24 Adrian Del Castillo
A 2018 catcher with a strong, solid build. He shows a balanced and patient approach at the plate. Does a good job of staying back and taking his hands through the zone, which leads to gap-to-gap power. Behind the plate, he shows a good target and receives the ball well. In game, his best pop time was clocked at 2.1 seconds.
Florida Stealth Navy
#8 Chris Barkey
Catcher with a lean build. Works hard behind the plate and is a willing blocker. In game he threw out two would be base stealers with a 2.23 game pop time. At the plate, he is a spray hitter with consistent contact all over the field. He went 2-2 with 2 singles.
#14 Tanner Brown
Sure handed at SS, easy accurate arm, line drive stroke, consistent hard contact
Florida Stealth Red
#18 Shelby Frasier
Pro frame with plus power and consistently shows home run power with wood bats. He keeps the barrel in the zone throughout the swing with good barrel accuracy. He is an average runner and is a good defender in right field with a plus arm.
#32 Matthew Restivo
Slender built outfielder, he shows plus defense in centerfield with good athleticism and a good arm, at the plate, he is a line drive hitter and went 2-3 with two hard line drive singles, a sb and he scored the winning run
Galaxy Aces 16
#21 Austin Hurwitz
Solid frame, 2.11 POP behind the dish, good energy, vocal, kept ball in front, at the plate 2-2 with walk, good plate discipline line drive approach
#32 Chase Ashby
A 2017 shortstop, Chase displayed a solid swing and an aggressive approach against fastballs. He made consistent contact throughout the game. In the field, he has quick, efficient footwork. He displays an above average arm and plus range.
Miami Mudcats 16 Black
#21 Austin Cole
Athletic frame, balance and tall in the box, good speed, showed good plate discipline, legit fence power, 2 2B’s
#22 Tyler Epstein
Small, plays big, shows a big arm, works ground up, good range to backhand side, ability to make throw deep in hole, clean quick exchange, multiple arm slots, accurate throws, balanced approach, quick hands, direct to the ball, good power, good baseball instincts
Miami Mudcats 16 Red
#4 Matt Alvarez
Solid setup and base behind the plate, presents a low target, receives ball well, quiet behind the plate, good lateral movement on blocks, pop time 2.20, will get better with age, shows good balanced approach, level swing through the zone, potential pullside power
Miami Suns 16
#17 Stephano Major
Athletic, good balance and setup at the plate, rhythm and timing, home run power
#10 Jorge Diaz
2.10 pop time, sticks pitches, keeps strikes, good low athletic setup, clean arm action, quick release, short compact swing, bat stays in the zone, showed power
#11 Kevin Maura
Athletic frame with room to grow. A spray hitter who showed the ability to barrel the ball. He has an athletic stance with good rhythm at the plate and quick hands. At third base he possesses above average hands and feet with a plus arm.
#41 Robert Pena
Athletic bodied RHP with room for projection. He displays a clean smooth arm action on the mound. His fastball sits at 83-85 and tops out at 86 mph with arm side run and sink on his fastball.
#42 Anthony Tomczak
Young, big, projectable body, FB: 80-81mph with arm side run, pounds fastball in and out, CB: 69-72mph with 11/5 shape and medium break, great arm action, lot of upside with development and age
Ninth Inning Royals Marucci 16
#30 Benjamin Maitski
Good defensive 1B, short compact swing, stays inside the ball well, lets the ball get deep, squared up 3 balls, 2B down RF line
#22 Michael Hannah
Solid build, low 3/4 arm slot, showed good composure, FB: 80-81mph, arm side run and sink, good arm whip action, stays directional, good leg drive to the plate, balanced delivery, fields position well, spots fastball in and out, keeps the ball down utilizing sink, SL: 62-63mph, 10/4 shape, medium break
OAGWUW Select 16
#22 Jalen Perez
He runs well and shows good athleticism on the bases. He displayed good power and takes his hands straight to the ball. His swing path is short and compact. He hit a triple to dead center.
#7 Jorge Julio Jr.
Athletic, aggressive hitter, good swing, runs well, averagee arm, good hands, good actions at SS, 2-3 with 1B & 2B
Palm Beach Extreme Blue 16
#33 Jonathan Fortunato
2.27 Pop time, showed strong arm on back pick, blocks and receives well, good balance in the box, nice approach, barreled ball consistently, uses the whole field, compact strong swing, showed gap power
#22 Robert Herrera
Athletic build, makes routine plays, showed strong accurate arm, good range, plus runner, nice plate coverage, contact all over the field, hustles
#21 Zac Lampkin
Tall, lanky LHP, clean arm action, extremely projectable, FB: 73-75, 78mph, good feel for curveball at 64-66mph
Palm Beach Extreme Red 15
#18 Ian Manoz
A 2017 third baseman, Ian has a plus arm and plays above average defense. At the plate, he shows a good setup and load that leads to an explosive swing with gap-to-gap power.
Palm Beach Prospects Elite
#48 Sebastian Campos
Small, athletic frame, shows fluid actions in the INF, good range arm and glove side, good arm across the diamond, decent approach at the plate, compact swing, hard contact, line drive approach, good speed on bases
#7 Manny Matheu
A wide, thick catcher who is active behind the plate with good arm action. He works hard and posted a 2.3 pop time. At the plate he displayed a good approach and short stroke, which leads to a lot of line drives. He uses the whole field and hits the ball where it is pitched. He was 2-4 with 2 rbi’s.
Palm Beach Rebels
#10 Sebastian Weinberg
Wide shoulders, good swing, bat stays in zone a while, aggressive on fastball, barreled up all 3-AB’s, hustles on and off the field
#77 Kris Armstrong
Gap to gap power, has an approach every at bat, barrels up every ball, on the mound, commands both sides of the plate with all 3 pitches, arm side run on the fastball, FB: 80-82mph
#21 Leo Cusumano
Wiry, athletic, soft sure handed, active feet, comes through the ball well, showed good range glove side, nice feeds on double plays, showed a solid accurate arm
Palm Beach Select 15
#24 Jake Sullivan
Lean pitcher frame, low 3/4 arm slot, good command of all pitches, FB: 71-74mph, 66-68 SL, 6 innings pitched, 0 runs, 7 K’s, complete game shutout
Palm Beach Select 16
#9 Xavier Edwards
Athletic build, fluid actions in the field, quick first step, great angles, shows excellent range, plus arm across the diamond, balanced setup from both sides, short compact swing, good leg drive, good extension, barrel accuracy, plus runner, gamer
#21 Peter Cowley
FB: 75-80mph, good downward tilt, curveball has 10/4 break and good shape
#57 Ryan Wimbush
The 2018 RHP has a long, lanky, lean body. He shows an over the top delivery with a fastball that sits 80-82 and a 12-6 curveball with late break. His changeup is 75-78 with arm side fade. He repeats his delivery with good tempo and direction. He does a good job of working fast on the mound and staying in rhythm.
#11 Jordan Brown Santiago
A tall, 2017 RHP with a great frame and live, raw arm. He featured a fastball that clocked in at 85-86 from the windup and 82-83 from the stretch and had very good life.
#16 Danny Perez
Strong build, strong shoulders, quick bat, plus power, barrel stays in the zone, hard live drive approach, good defender at first base
#24 Alec Mendez | 2018 | LHP
FB: 73-76mph, commands fastball, works down and knows how to elevate, CB: 61-63mph, 1/7 break with depth for strikes, excellent tempo, solid mechanics, repeats well, 6 innings pitched
Palm Beach Shockers Blue
#4 Jamesson Bouchillon
A 2017 grad with a wiry frame. Showed good plate coverage and the ability to hit the ball where it’s pitched. In 2 at bats, he displayed good bat to ball skills on two doubles and was aggressive on pitches in the zone. He also has above average range at second base.
#27 Kyle Black
Displayed pull side power with a double over the right fielders head. On the mound, he shows a clean aggressive arm action and the ball explodes out of his hand. He controlled the inside of the plate in his one inning with 2 strikes and topped out at 80.
Palm Beach Shockers Maroon
#11 Michael Doscher
Stocky build, showed good gap power, balanced in the box, hands get through the zone, nice bat path, 2B to left center
Panthers 16 White
#42 Josh Sherwood
Good foundation of tools, good arm, good speed, good OF with great jumps, decent swing, potential bat speed, good actions
PBC Gameday Elite 15
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#16 Trevor Omans | 2018 | RHP
FB: 76-80mph, changes planes on fastball, in and out, up and down, good 2-seamer, cut fastball at times, 6 innings pitches, 6 K’s
Players Edge 16
#2 Ryan Powers
Steady outfielder, showed good arm from LF, stays behind the ball, spray hitter, excellent approach, hands pure through the zone
#31 Josh Hernandez
In the field, he displays good instincts and routes to fly balls and has an above average arm. At the plate, Josh has a good approach and keeps his bat through the zone. An explosive lower half allows him to drive the ball with authority.
Ponte Vedra Thunder Blue 16
#11 John Brown
Has a big sturdy body, shows the ability to barrel ball consistently and displayed gap to gap power, his bat stayed in the zone throughout his swing leading to a 2-3 game with a single and a double.
Ponte Vedra Thunder White 16
#24 Logan Verino
Tall RHP with good downward tilt of FB: 78-82mph, 12/6 hard breaking ball 65mph. 2innings of relief 4Ks
#8 Eric Aleman
FB: 80-84mph, command of FB both sides of plate, located well. 7Ks over 5IP
#9 Jacob Roberts
A 2017 lanky RHP who threw his fastball at 82-85 with good command and tilt. He also displayed a sharp 12-6 breaking ball at 76mph. He stuck out five over five innings while allowing 1 earned run.
#2 Owen Prior
A sturdy RHP who graduates in 2017. He displayed a strong, well-located fastball that clocked in at 81-84 in 2 innings of scoreless release with 5 k’s.
Premier Baseball Academy Orlando 16u
#10 Alec Piloto
Speedy and versatile playing both OF and inf, ran consistent 4.3 and 4.2 down to 1B, great range in OF, at the plate was 3-3 line drive approach to all fields, table setter as a base stealing threat
#11 Markeys Taveras
Good body, athletic, solid build, good approach and balance at the plate, quiet on the front side, short path, quick to the ball, stays behind the baseball well, at 3B works ground up, fluid actions, soft hands, clean quick transfer, strong arm that shows from multiple arm slots
#34 Aaron Bogovic
Tall lanky RHP 2016 grad. He featured a fastball that touched 85mph out of a long lanky delivery. He also showed good arm side run and command to both sides of the plate with the fastball. His curveball registered at 70mph with good depth. He threw a complete game shutout with 6 k’s and 0 bb’s.
South Miami Select
#10 Daniel Irisarri
Good athletic frame, good actions, good hands, strong and accurate carry on throws, knows the zone at that plate, stays inside well, good setup, good load, quiet head, line drive approach
Tiger USA Baseball 16
#1 Chandler Fulton
Free swinger, aggressive on every ptich, stays balanced throughout swing, covers ground well in the OF, diving play, confident at SS, makes plays, quick turn on double plays, wreaks havoc on bases
#23 Laydoffas Hopper
FB: 77-78mph, loose free and easy arm action, explodes to the plate with lower half, good feel for breaking ball
#34 Shanti Williams
Athletic, room to fill out, glides around the bases, beat out INF single, covers ground well in the OF, above average arm
#10 Preston Rodgers
Excellent raw tools to become a good catch and throw player. He shows quick feet behind the plate and an arm with upside. Showed a 2.1 pop time in game to second. At the plate, he displays good bat speed with a level swing and bat on ball ability. He also runs well with good instincts.
Top American Prospects 16
#77 Jeremy De La Cruz
Good depth, sweeping action, went right after hitters with fastball, FB: 77-82mph, 2 innings of scoreless relief
Triple Play Baseball
#9 Ryan Pareda
Small, athletic, plays big, very fluid defensively, moves well laterally, great footwork, great arm strength in the hole, very active and vocal, knows the position well, hustles on and off the field, good loose fluid swing through the zone, line drive hitter, sprays ball, gets great reads on balls in the dirt, 4.8 down the line
Vipers Baseball 16
#10 Alex Diaz
FB: 76-78mph, arm side run, SL: 68-69mph, pounded the strike zone, mixed pitches well, pitched backwards at times, made big pitches, complete game
#19 CJ Bottiglieri
Topped out 86mph, good FB command with cut, worked both sides of the plate. 11/5 shape on CB 71-68. Smooth delivery and arm action
#8 Jack Virden
Lean frame, solid defensively behind the dish, clean arm action, good carry on the throws, went 3-3 for at the plate
West Boynton Lightning
#97 Bryan Ariza
Small, thin, live arm, pitches from the stretch, pounds FB: 81-83mph, CB: 65mph, uses as out pitch, 10/4 break, late depth
#15 Isaac Rodriguez
Can play all 3 INF spots, versatile with plenty of arm strength across the diamond, soft hands, good footwork, quick release, strong accurate throwing arm. Uses whole field, line drive approach, table setter can make things happen with +foot speed, aggressive on bases looking for opportunity to steal 2nd and 3rd, great instincts
#19 Devin Roche
Big, strong, athletic, very projectable, quiet setup, good solid receiver, quick to block, good lateral movement, clean and quick transfer, 2.10 pop time, will get stronger with age, showed solid approach at the plate, quick hands, tons of power
#9 Reginal Martes
Athletic frame, quick twitch runner, base stealing threat, solid CF with great range, left handed hitter that uses whole field, gap to gap potential, igniter at the top of the lineup
#3 Roger Cardenas
Strong, physical frame, moves well in the INF, soft hands, efficient footwork, clean exchange, plus instincts on the bases, moves well for size, solid approach at the plate, flat swing through the zone, stays square to ball, gap to gap type hitter with good plate discipline
Xtremeline Baseball Navy 16
#25 Alexander Sevilla
Big, physical, corner infielder, showed power, connected swing, bat stays in the zone, good approach at the plate, solid arm across the infield, glove works out front, good hands
#9 Carlos Mendez
Big, strong, athletic, moves well behind the plate, receives well, 2.10 pop time, easy out of the hand, showed pullside power, patience at the plate, nice and free hands, good balance, strike zone awareness
Top 16u Fastball Velocities
|86||Aaron Bogovic||RHP||6'4"/180||Right/Right||2016||Olympia High School||Gotha-FL|
|86||CJ Bottiglieri||RHP/1B||6'1"/200||Right/Right||2016||Seminole Ridge||Loxahatchee-FL|
|86||Jordan Brown-Santiago||RHP/OF||6'3"/200||Right/Right||2017||John I Leonard Hs||West Palm Beach-FL|
|85||Robert Pena||3B/OF||6'0"/155||Right/Right||-||Flanagan||Miami Lakes-FL|
|84||Eric Aleman||SS/RHP||6'0"/160||Right/Right||2017||Ponte Vedra||Ponte Vedra Beach-FL|
|84||Justin McDaniel||RHP/OF||5'10"/155||Switch/Right||2017||Coral Glades High School||Coral Springs-FL|
|83||Bryan Ariza||2B/RHP||5'8"/150||Right/Right||2018||Boynton Beach||West Palm Beach-FL|
|83||Ryan Russell||RHP/OF||6'3"/180||Right/Right||2016||Steinbrenner High School||Tampa-FL|
|82||Jeremy DE La Cruz||C/3B||5'9"/170||Right/Right||2017||Plantation HS||Plantation-FL|
|82||Alec Teska||RHP/IF||6'0"/165||Right/Right||2017||Cato-meridian High School||Cato-NY|
|82||Logan Verino||OF/1B||6'2"/160||Left/Right||2017||Creekside||St. Johns-FL|
|82||Ryan Wimbush||RHP/OF||6'2"/170||Right/Right||2018||Dwyer High School||Palm Beach Gardens-FL|
|81||Anthony Tomczak||RHP/OF||6'1"/165||Right/Right||2019||Boca High School||Boca Raton-FL|
* Published rosters represent the information provided by the responsible coach or official for each team
#14 CT Claxton
Athletic, strong body. In the infield, he gets to a good setup position, works from the ground up, and has a quick transfer. At the plate, he shows a balanced approach with quick hands and a level path. He’s a spray type hitter who makes consistent contact.
All American Prospects 17/18
#37 Patrick Robinson
Smooth left stoke. Has a short quick swing with good bat to ball ability. Showed good barrel accuracy with gap-to-gap power. He went 1-2 with two hard hit balls.
#39 Jamie Johnson
Had a low ¾ arm slot. Threw his fastball at 79-83 with good sink. Curveball was 72-75 and he commanded it for strikes. He showed good arm action on his changeup at 73 mph. He was balanced on the mound with good extension and a strong glove side. He threw 6 shutout innings.
#1 Kendrick Mendez
Tall, slender, slinging arm action, over the top delivery, arm side sink, FB: 83-85mph, CB: 67mph, projectable velocity with physical maturity
Beast Mode Baseball
#23 Laz Gonzalez
Showed power to the opposite field. Had a balanced approach and good swing. Had a plan with runners on base. Pure hitter.
#21 German Torres
Tall, athletic, projectable frame, shows balanced approach, short path to the ball, good rhythm and timing power to oppo gap, 3-3 with 2 1B’s and 2B
Boca Thunder Baseball 17u
Boca Thunder Baseball 18u
#1 Adam Saks
Small, athletic, FB: 86-87mph, good command, CB: 69-70mph, 11/5 shape, tight spin with good depth, pounds the zone, aggressive with the fastball
#5 Dressler McCay
A 2015 plus-plus athlete who plays with high energy. He is an athletic receiver behind the plate who is quick to block. He has a strong arm and quick release, with pop times of 1.95-2.0. He displayed a quick snap throw to first base. Offensively, Dressler can really run, keeps his bat in the zone throughout his short, quick swing.
#27 Cowart Ferrante
Athletic RHP. Works from a ¾ delivery with good arm action. His fastball is 78-81mph with good arm side run. His curveball is 67-69 with a 10-4 shape and medium break. He works both sides of the plate effectively and induces a lot of ground balls. Cowart fields his position well but needs to work on body language. He shows good upside.
6/30: Very athletic, showed pop up the middle, good plate discipline, good hands, very balanced, good load, runs bases well, great reads on balls in the dirt, soft hands at SS, covers ground, follows throw, needs to improve body language
East Coast Prospects
#9 Jack Davenport
RHP with a fastball that sits 80-83 with good arm side run. Showed an 11-5 curveball at 68-70. His changeup was 70-71 with sink. He can throw all three pitched for strikes with his simple, solid mechanics. He gets to a good balance point and stays directional. Maintained velocity throughout the game.
#14 Brady Anderson
Short, athletic 2016 infielder. He creates good angles at shortstop and has a quick exchange to throw across the diamond. He has good body control on slow rollers. At the plate, he has an athletic setup and has a short compact swing path. He does a good job of barreling the ball. He also shows good instincts on the bases.
#3 Charlie Bell
Short, athletic 2016 outfielder. He shows an athletic stance at the plate with good rhythm. He has a short, compact swing, taking his hands directly to the ball to hit it where it’s pitched. In the outfield, he tales good routes to the ball with a good first step. He comes through the ball with fielding and shows a good arm.
Elev8 Sports Institute
#7 Angel Vargas
Displayed smooth actions in the field with a quick and easy exchange. He has an above average arm to go along with above average speed. At the plate he has a balanced approach and is aggressive in the zone. He showed gap-to-gap ability. He doubled to the RCF gap.
#27 Robert Miller
Athletic, strong, throws from the stretch only, FB: 83-84mph, good location on both sides of the plate, throws 2-seam at 82mph in on the hands, good arm side run and sink, shows CB: 69-70mph, with 12/6 shape, tight, late depth, 5 K’s kin 3 innings pitched
#16 Jesus Dicuru
Tall, thin, lean, athletic, projectable body, easy fluid action, good front side extension, locates hard FB: 88-90mph to both sides of the plate, big time CB with 12/6 shape at 76mph, tight spin, changes speeds effectively, knows how to pitch
Elite Athlete Academy 2016
#7 Fernando Diaz
Tall, thin, athletic RHP who throws out of the stretch only. He shows loose, fluid actions with good command of his fastball, which topped out at 84. His curveball has an 11-5 shape and checks in at 71-73. He does a good job of spotting it down and away from right-handed hitters. Fernando has good feel for his changeup that has good arm side sink and run. He has the confidence to throw it in any count.
Fast Center .45s 18
#7 Chris Carrico
Small, athletic build with room to grow. Hustles all over the field. He has good footwork and body control at SS and works ground-up. He displays a good arm across the diamond and good range to both sides. Made a nice diving play arm side. At the plate, he has a balanced setup, with a quiet load and direct path to the baseball. He is a line drive spray hitter and displays good speed on the bases.
Ft. Caroline Indians
#0 Cooper Cain
Big, tall strong RHP. Smooth delivery, good loose arm action. Has a strong front side with leg drive to the plate. Gets good extension out front. He pounds the zone with his fastball that registers at 84-86 with arm side run. Has a slider that has a 10-4shape at 73-75 mph with medium break. He also fields his position well.
#4 Luis Oquendo
Athletic, runs well, 4.76 turn HM to 1B, relaxed and balanced at the plate, keeps hands inside ball, works middle of the field, tough out, great hands, out in front, goes to both sides well, good prep work, knows position
#21 Brett Wisely
Small, athletic build, smooth balanced delivery, strong front side with good arm action, good use of lower half, utilizes entire body when pitching, FB: 79-82, arm side run, CB: 63-66mph, sharp late break, 12/6 shape, pounds the zone with both pitches, works quick
Galaxy Aces 18
#2 Markel Arnaiz
Small, athletic build, works ground up with soft hands, clean quick exchange with fluid actions, good range, good arm across the diamond, exhibits good body control, balanced swing with good rhythm, line drive hitter with quick hands, keeps hands inside the ball on a level path
#2 Jonathan Fernandez
Lanky, athletic build, room to grow, smooth actions in the field, works ground up, good range glove side, good footwork around the bag, quick exchange on double plays, balanced approach at the plate, spray line drive hitter, hands stay inside the ball, good hip rotation, shows pullside power
Miami Suns 18
#1 Nick Fusco
Strike thrower, arm side sink, clean on line delivery, good arm action, effortless delivery, FB: 78-84mph, SL: 71mph, good feel for pitching, moved the ball in and out, good downhill plane, velocity projects with maturity, plus pick of move to 1B
#7 Henry Anthony Vilar
Skilled defensive player, hands work out front, clean, quick release, good defensive actions, bat stays in the zone, squares balls up consistently, good barrel control
#14 Raymond Gill
Strong, athletic body, good actions defensively, strong arm across the infield, connected swing, barrel stays in the zone, power potential
#14 Cameron irvine
Short stroke, good contact, showed plate discipline, good actions at SS, quick feet and release, plays hard, projects as a 2B, gamer
#13 Nelson Alvarez
Big frame, showed power, bat stays in the zone, high ceiling with physical development
#11 Andrew Hernandez
Shows a relaxed approach at the plate with good discipline. He has a good bat path through the zone directly to the baseball. He showed opposite field power. He is a good receiver behind the plate and shows good lateral movement to block. His pop time in game was 2.14 and he has upside as a catcher.
#90 Bruce Martin
Solid MIF, soft hands, great double play turns, plus arm, great range laterally, plus speed, plus bat speed, great knowledge of the game
Next Level Baseball 17
#10 Seton Bentz
Strong, athletic solid frame, balanced approach at the plate, good short path to the ball, grinds out at-bats, always making quality at-bats, good speed on the bases
#23 Gabe Bowling
Strong, athletic frame, good setup, clean quick exchange, 2.09 pop time, quick to block, moves well laterally, plus arm with carry, strong setup, good rhythm, quick hands and gap power, 2-3 at the plate
#8 Parket Warren
Solid body, high 3/4 arm slot, works quick, max effort, quick arm action, strong leg drive to the plate, strong front side, has good direction of his pitches, FB: 84-86mph with arm side run, works both sides of the plate with FB, gets ahead early, gets batters to chase CB at 73-75mph, 11/5 shape, hard sharp late break
Ninth Inning Royals Marucci 17
#15 Chris McNulty
Big, strong, athletic, steady balance in the box, patient hitter, quick hands with serious power, barrel stays in the zone, 2-3 with 3 RBI’s
#20 Cole Mannion
Balance, loads well, good plate discipline, tracks well, made two great diving plays, plus arm
#27 Jarret Barr
Good athlete, sweet lefty swing, excellent bat control, quiet approach and load, uses the whole field
#5 Booth Vogel
Plus catcher with a quick transfer who displayed 1.91 to 1.99 pop times. He is a big, strong kid with good plate discipline. He displays good power potential.
#2 Garrett Gooden
Big, long, physical, athletic, room to fill out, FB: 84-89mph, arm side run, arm action is long and loose, effortless delivery, tremendous potential
OAGWUW Select 18
#7 Zachary Warenius
Shows a balanced setup at the plate. Has a short, quick swing with plus power. Drove the ball twice to deep center.
Palm Beach Shockers White
Panthers 18 Blue
#3 Riley Young
Aggressive hitter at the plate with good bat to ball skills. He has an athletic body and runs well and projects as a middle infield college prospect.
Players Edge 18
#4 Trent Youstin
Strong build. Catcher who receives well behind the plate. Shows a good setup and good footwork to block. Displayed a 2.2 pop time. He has a compact swing and a balanced approach. His bat path is direct to the ball and he uses the whole field. He runs well for his size and hit the ball hard throughout the game.
#5 Manny Rojas
An athletic 2015 graduate. He shows great hands at short. Shows fluid actions and comes through the ball well with soft and sure hands. He plays very hard and has a great motor. Showed gap power at the plate with a balanced approach and quiet hands. He shows a good load and direct swing path to barrel up the ball. He runs well, displaying a 4.5 home to first with a 4.95 turn.
#11 Ozzie Millet
Big frame, strong build, moves well for size, quick feet, good balance, soft hands, strong accurate throwing arm from multiple angles. Good base at the plate, simple approach with good rhythm, gap-gap type and base running threat.
#44 Christian Coipel
Good frame, athletic, showed pullside power, keeps his hands back, good balance in swing, bat stays in the zone, connected, very high ceiling
South Florida Breakers
#12 Joey Hennessey
Lean, athletic frame, clean smooth arm action, fastball has above average arm side run, controls both sides of the plate, FB: 83-85,87mph, room to grow
South Florida Eagles
#24 Bryan Diaz
Tall, athletic, strong build with room to grow. At the pate, he has a tall stance, quiet load and direct swing path to the ball. He showed pull side power with a triple to the RCF gap. Shows good speed for a big guy. In the outfield, he takes good routes, comes through the ball with the a clean exchange and has a strong arm that’s accurate with carry.
South Florida Storm White
Space Coast Nationals
#28 Tyler Declerq
Big body, athletic stance at the plate, quiet load, loose swing through the zone, good hip rotation, level bat plane, good extension, shows pullside power, makes hard contact, fields ball out front, funnels well, good range glove side, good footwork, good arm across the diamond
Tampa Bay Raiders
#21 Ryan Russell
Tall, skinny frame at 6’3”. Has clean arm actions and works on a downhill plane. Online delivery. Throws his fastball at 80-83, curve at 63 with a 11-5 shape and medium break.
#10 Ryan Smith
Pure hitter. Has the ability to barrel the ball up consistently. Showed a balanced approach in the box with a good load and a short, direct swing path. Was 2-3 with two hard-hit singles.
Tiger USA Baseball 18
#3 Jordan Hollins
Raw, toolsy player who is already a plus runner. At the plate, he is aggressive with good bat speed. College/pro prospect.
Top American Prospects 18
#3 Henry Matias
Big, strong, athletic bodied catcher with good hands behind the plate. Has a 2.1 pop time, with upside. Blocks the ball well and knows his position. At the plate, he has an open stance and relaxed hands with potential pull side power. Henry shows good speed with a 4.94 turn.
West Boca Panthers
#42 Jorge Arenas
Displays excellent soft, sure hands in the field with good footwork. He also has a plus arm across the diamond. He is balanced and keeps his hands back at the plate. His swing path is short and quick through the zone, leading to gap power. He is also a good runner.
#6 Tyler Anshaw
Strong athletic frame, balanced setup, quiet load, good hip through the ball, quick level swing, good extension, hands direct to the ball, gap to gap power, discipline at the plate, good first step, takes good routes to ball, comes through the ball, good arm from the outfield
Top 18u Fastball Velocities
|90||Jesus Dicuru||RHP||6'0"/170||Right/Right||2015||Elev8 Prep Academy||Delray Beach-FL|
|89||Garrett Gooden||RHP/3B||6'4"/205||Right/Right||2016||St. Pius||Decatur-GA|
|87||Joey Hennessey||SS/RHP||6'3"/160||Left/Right||2016||Monarch High School||Coconut Creek-FL|
|87||Adam Saks||RF/2B||5'10"/150||Right/Right||2015||Pine Crest School||Delray Beach-FL|
|86||Cooper Cain||RHP/3B||6'3"/210||Right/Right||2016||Providence||Jacksonville Beach-FL|
|85||Tyler Frank||RHP||6'0"/180||Right/Right||2015||American Heritage||Boca Raton-FL|
|85||Kendrick Mendez||RHP||6'1"/147||Right/Right||2016||Fort Pierce Central Hs||Port St Lucie-FL|
|85||Angel Vargas||SS/RHP||5'10"/170||Right/Right||2016||Elev8 Prep Academy||Delray Beach-FL|
|84||Nicolas Fusco||LHP/OF||6'0"/180||Left/Left||2017||Monsignor Pace||North Miami-FL|
|84||Robert Miller||RHP||6'2"/200||Right/Right||2016||Vero Beach High School||Delray Beach-FL|
|83||Jack Davenport||RHP/OF||6'1"/175||Left/Right||2016||Freeport High School||Freeport-ME|
|83||Ryan Russell||RHP/OF||6'3"/180||Right/Right||2016||Steinbrenner High School||Tampa-FL|