July 12 – 15, 2019
Various Collegiate & High School Fields in Southern California
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Rosters published 7/10 at 7:45 pm.
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Teams have the option to participate in a series of athletic tests on Friday, July 12 at the University of La Verne.
— 60 Yard Dash
— Raw (arm) Velocity
— Exit (bat) Velocity
University of La Verne – Ben Hines Field
1837 Wheeler Avenue
La Verne, CA 91750
Time slot reservations for Friday, July 12 are required, and are issued on a first come, first served basis. Click here to submit your reservation request.
* PLEASE NOTE: Players written up on the scouting blog were identified by our scouting staff based on the demonstration of notable tool(s) and/or skill(s). While WE DO NOT KEEP STATS, we are watching for standout performers on the mound, at the plate, in the field and on the bases. However, a performance WITHOUT the presence of requisite tool(s) and/or skill(s) IS NOT considered standout — we are looking for players with the tool(s) and/or skill(s) to play beyond the high school level.
ABD Academy 15
#7 Adam Greenwalt – OF 2022
Small frame with a compact swing and quick hands. Uses the middle of the field and has the strength to drive the ball into pull side gap, and aggressive on pitches in the strike zone. Defensively, a natural center fielder, gets good reads on balls off the bat, and takes efficient routes to the ball.
#37 Sebastian Salazar – 1B/OF 2022
Smart player, athletic, and can compete at the plate. Solid approach at the plate, contains a short middle of the field approach, but can handle pitches on the inside part of the plate. Solid all-around hitter with more upside to come.
Blue Wave Athletics
#7 Evan Kang – IF 2023
Long and lean frame with pull side pop. He will fill out as he matures and develops over time.
CA Sand Dawgs 2022
#22 Christian Ramirez – OF/RHP 2022
Good size with an athletic build. Can move well defensively up the middle and has an above average arm across the diamond. Quick hands at the plate with plenty of bat speed while staying under control. A lot of upside moving forward and has time to grow into his 6’1 frame.
#5 Tyler Klezovich – C/1B 2022
Solid frame with athletic ability. Still has time to develop a more dynamic swing path, but has quick hands for his age to make up for it. Good power to the pull side.
#8 Travis Riggs – OF 2022
Solid-athletic frame with room to grow and fill out. Handles the bat well hitting balls flat on a line and also back spinning them into the gaps. Covers the fastball on both sides of the plate. Also showed above average speed on the bases with a good jump on a stolen base. Has the ability to develop multiple tools and play at the next level.
CA Warriors 2022
#44 Derek Bartram – RHP/OF 2022
Big frame with plus bat speed and has power to all fields. Fundamentally sound swing while staying inside the ball and getting good barrel on the baseball consistently.
#7 Ivan Herrera – OF/INF 2022
Very athletic, can play multiple positions, and is makes all of the routine plays. Strong arm across the diamond and behind the plate with 2.05-2.1 pop time. Good hitter, will spray line drives across the field with a functional approach, and extremely quick hands. Doesn’t have the power yet but is still developing.
#26 Wyatt Davis – OF/RHP 2022
Tall kid with more room to fill out. Dependable left handed bat with a nice compact swing. Will drive the baseball from gap to gap consistently with some potential for more as he develops more strength and size. Could be a big bat in the lineup if he grows into his frame and continues to improve offensively.
#15 Jake Moore – INF/RHP 2022
Tall and thin frame. Plenty of room to grow and develop with his size. Has good strength already bringing a big opportunity to improve all parts of his game. Decent swing but still needs some tuning, has quick hands, and athleticism allows him to be successful on the field. Consistently barrels the baseball staying through the middle.
#24 Dylan Lane – C/INF 2022
Athletic build, good size for his age. Above average discipline at the plate. Has a plan and allows hands to work. Fundamentally sound swing and mechanics. He has the ability to be an efficient gap to gap hitter and knows how take the extra 90 feet at all times.
#44 Johnny Linneman – 1B 2022
Lean 6’0 athletic frame with room to fill out. Has the ability to hit the ball to all parts of the field. Gets his barrel to both sides of the plate with a short to and long through swing. As he grows and gets stronger, could be a very well rounded left handed hitter at the next level.
#13 Aaron Cazaves – RHP 2022
Strong build on the mound. Uses lower half well to explode down the mound. Gets good downhill action on his fastball. Is able to keep his fastball down around the knees and to the corners. Fastball was consistently 80-81 mph and topped out at 83 mph. As he develops and grows more he could definitely pitch at the college level.
CBA Sacramento 15
#32 Wes Smith – 1B 2022
Tall frame with a lean build, starts from a slightly open stance, loads with a controlled high leg kick, quick hands with an aggressive barrel through the zone. Plus speed, glides around the bases, and takes good turns. Defensively, average footwork at first base, and makes the routine plays.
#0 Colin Irwin – C 2022
Solid-athletic frame with a good pop time ranging from 2.0-2.2. Flexible and mobile behind the plate, knows how to use his body to receive, as well as block pitches. Athletic set up at the plate, keeps his hands inside the baseball well, and drives the ball into both gaps. Plus speed on the base paths. Overall a good offensive and defensive player, can improve skills by increased strength and exposure.
#1 Dean Curley -INF/C 2023
Tall frame with a lean build, starts from a crouched stance at the plate, and a patient hitter with good plate discipline. Mechanically good swing and keeps his hands inside the baseball and will develop more power as he grows into his frame. Good speed on the bases. Defensively, works below the baseball, has a strong arm, communicates well, and commands the defense.
#19 Ivan Barragan – INF 2022
Small-compact frame uses a toe tap to load, and makes solid contact with a line drive swing. Understands how to play the game, has a high baseball IQ, and good poise at the plate. Has good instincts on the infield, as well as solid footwork with a quick release.
#34 Nick Peoples – OF/P 2022
Tall frame with some present strength, strong barrel through the hitting zone with some natural lift in his swing. Takes good routes and has good speed that translates into tracking balls down in the outfield. On the mound, he has simple mechanics with good direction through his target, FB topped at 75mph. Solid two-way player.
#2 Preston Allen – INF 2022
Athletic build, simple load with a level swing path that produces consistent line drives, and also has the ability to use the whole field with some present power to both gaps. Good range on the infield with average arm strength, good range, and quickness on the infield.
Colton Nighthawks 15
#13 Ian Burns – 1B/3B 2022
Big stocky frame. Footwork and agility are still developing. Has plenty of pop in his barrel and stays long through the hitting zone. Gets hands to load and through extension very well and can provide a big bat in the lineup.
Crown City Sox
#25 Ryan Doeffler – 1B/RHP 2023
Big-wide frame and can handle the bat well. Provides good pop to all parts of the field. He does a nice job of staying linear with his shoulders and keeps a good bat path through the hitting zone.
#1 Makhi Clark – SS/2B 2023
Small fame but extremely athletic. Good speed and smart player on both sides of the baseball. He is still young and has plenty of time to grow physically as well as add other skills to his game. Can be a solid defender up the middle, just needs to develop more arm strength. Great lead-off hitter, utilizes the opposite field to his advantage and can wreak havoc on the base paths with his speed.
#8 Isaac Ton – SS 2023
Good athlete with plus actions in the infield. Makes strong throws across the diamond. Aggressive at the plate and keeps the barrel in the zone. Potential D1/D2 collegiate player.
#26 Cam Andrews – C 2024
Big frame, moves well behind the plate, has a strong throwing arm, and gap to gap power at the plate. Has a ton of room to develop and mature. Potential D1 player.
GBG Marucci 2022 Navy
#18 Noah Wall – 1B 2022
Tall frame, compact swing from an open stance, as well as a flat bat path that produces consistent line drives and hard contact. Good speed for his size with a good arm from first base.
#43 Connor Meidroth – INF 2022
Small frame and quiet load at the plate with quick hands. Contact hitter who uses the middle of the field, patient hitter, and attacks his pitch when he gets it. Aggressive base runner with good instincts, as well as athletic actions on the infield with accurate arm.
#12 Aidan Cremarosa – INF 2022
Lean build with long levers, open stance at the plate, and sets with high hands. Natural line drive hitter with some lift in his swing and has good lateral movement on the infield with strong arm.
7/14: Showed plus range on defense. Soft hands and good to backhand and forehand side. Strong arm. Thin frame. Skills project well to the next level
#28 Kane Yonamine – C 2022
Athletic build, plus defender, strong arm with quick transfer, and carry through the bag. His best pop time was a 2.05. Has an opposite field approach at the plate with a flat bat path through the hitting zone.
GBG Marucci 2023
GBG Marucci Blue
#99 Ryan Price -SS 2022
Strong and athletic frame. Good approach at the plate and looks to hit early in the count. Keeps his barrel on plane through the hitting zone and does a good job of staying inside the baseball. Defensively at short stop, makes the routine plays, good footwork, communicates well on the field, and has a good arm throwing across the diamond.
#8 Joey Wetherbee – OF 2022
Lean-athletic frame with room to grow. Covers ground in centerfield well, takes good routes, and gets good reads on fly balls. Takes charge and communicates loudly in center with the other outfielders. Has an above average throwing arm and makes accurate throws from the outfield as well. Great athlete that could definitely play defense at the next level.
#13 Gael Fonseca – C 2022
Solid frame. Flashed some advance actions behind the plate. Blocks and receives well. Showed an above average arm and the ball had some carry on his throw downs to second base. (pop time: 2.1 in game on target).
#23 Isaac Martinez – 2B/SS 2023
Athletic body frame with room to grow. Covers both sides of the plate with his barrel and makes hard contact. Has a simple middle of the field approach working from gap to gap. Consistently squared up the ball well to create hard exit velocity. As he grows and gets stronger he could turn into a powerful hitter at the next level.
#3 Carter Garate – SS 2022
Very athletic infielder. Good hands approaches the ball consistent and smooth. Throws the ball hard and to the target each time. Has above average range to both his left and right. At the plate he has a smooth swing and good hands. A tall and relaxed set up allows for repeatable mechanics. Plays the game hard and can grow his game even more.
#27 Jack Pavlosky – OF 2022
Athletic outfielder. Has a plus throwing arm and puts the ball on the bag each time. Likes to test out his arm and challengers runners to get an extra bag. He is very fast on the base paths and in the outfield. Swing could improve but is advanced already and has an aggressive bat path. With a closed stance, he stays inside pitches well and drives the ball to the opposite field gap in right center.
MVP Red Sox
#30 Lucas Herman – 1B 2022
Strong and physical build with a controlled leg kick that helps him create good bat speed from a tall set up. Has power to his pull side. Defensively, moves well laterally at first base and has an overall good feel for the position.
Norcal Prospects 15U
#21 Cole Boscia – CF 2022
Tall-lean 6’1 frame with room to fill out and develop some strength. Creates good backspin off the bat and drives the ball into the gap. Plus speed on the bases and takes good turns. Good athlete for his age with the ability to take that to the next level.
PFA Colts 2022
#2 Owen Sideris – RHP 2022
Small frame, FB sits 78-81mph with arm side run and good downhill plane to the target. Uses both sides of the plate and commands the fastball to his glove side, slider has late tilt, as well as tight spin at 70-73mph. Quick arm action, athlete on the mound that fields his position well, and is competitor.
#7 Cristien Banda – 1B 2022
Big and athletic frame. Smooth left handed swing and the ball jumps off the barrel. Pull side power to right center. Makes had contact consistently. Has the ability to hit for average and power. Plays solid defense, makes the routine plays, and moves well around the bag at first base.
Live action from @ULVAthletics with PFA Colts 1B 2022 Cristien Banda with a big athletic frame. Smooth left handed swing and the ball jumps off the barrel. Pull side power to right center. Makes hard contact consistently. pic.twitter.com/h8xKKnOXDJ
— BF Scouting (@BFScout) July 13, 2019
#14 Jeremy Giesegh – 3B 2022
Strong and athletic build. Has above average pull side power with the ability to drive the ball out of the ballpark. Keep hands in tight to his body and gets good whip through the hitting zone. Has a simple and smooth load as well.
#48 Frank Dugic – SS 2022
Tall slender frame with room to fill out, plus instincts in the infield, good footwork, and a strong throwing arm.
Playa Vista Orioles National
#11 Dylan Smith – RHP 2022
Fastball sat 78-83. He used both 3/4 and straight over the top arm slots. FB has good arm side run. Curveball sharp 11/5 spin and break. Raw ability. Big body frame.
#4 Jamie Robertson – OF 2022
Displayed power to the gaps with quick hands. Loose repeatable swing. Matches pitch planes very well. Slender build.
#5 Mirain Shimano – OF 2022
Quick bat. Pull side power. Consistent bat path. Slender build.
Live action with Playa Vista Orioles National 2022 OF Mirain Shimano. Showing a quick bat. Pull side power. Consistent bat path. Slender build. pic.twitter.com/VHq4mNv8D1
— BF Scouting (@BFScout) July 13, 2019
Playa Vista Orioles Select
#5 Jake Grossman – C 2022
Good size and has some athletic ability. Still needs some development behind the plate with footwork and arm strength to be a sound catcher. Solid hitter with a fundamentally sound swing. Provides a strong bat in the middle of a lineup. Drives the ball to all parts of the field extremely well with a short swing and quick hands.
Saddleback Cowboys 15
#13 Andrew McKeown – C/1B 2022
Small frame but plays aggressive with his athletic ability. Can swing it, has plus bat speed, and will drive the ball into the gaps if given the pitch to do it. Sound approach and works through the middle of the field.
#18 Jason Fritz – OF 2022
Extremely athletic for his age. Has above average speed and covers good ground in center field. Good approach at the plate, as well as a good understanding of how to use his offensive strengths to find a way on base. Fast hands to contact, needs a little tuning for his finish, but his athleticism at the moment aids in minor miscues in his swing.
#14 Ryan Nopper – INF 2022
Athletic build with a slightly open stance at the plate. Makes hard contact consistently, line drive hitter with the ability to drive the ball into the gap. Has a disciplined approach with a good feel for the strike zone. Aggressive runner with good instincts on the base paths and smooth actions on the infield.
San Diego Ballers
#41 Peyton Von Kaenel – RHP 2022
Tall and lean RHP, showed a four pitch mix with a FB, CH, SL, and CB. Fastball sits 78-82mph with a good downhill plane when he gets on top of the baseball. CB had 12-6 action in the low 60’s, straight CH in the low 70’s, and SL in the upper 60’s. Good rhythm and tempo in his delivery. Command improved as he got into the later innings and maintained velocity throughout his outing.
#21 Ayden Rygiel – OF/1B 2022
Always knows where to be positionally. Plays the game hard. Tall-lean frame, athletic, with a functional swing. Quick hands at the plate and is athletic on the base paths.
So Cal Birds Black
#48 Mason Molina – LHP 2021
Solid Frame. 3/4 arm slot with some arm side run. Sat 81-83 topping 84 mph. Worked at a great tempo flashed a change up at 71-72 with good downward depth.
So Cal Birds Orange
#7 Robert Blank – 3B/C 2022
Lean athletic frame with room to grow. Has a nice short swing at the plate and hit the ball on a line to all fields. Kept a flat barrel through the zone creating good back spin. Also has smooth hands and a strong arm at 3rd base. Could develop into a good defensive and offensive player at the next level.
So Cal Birds White
#52 Ryan Irwin – 1B 2022
Big-strong and physical frame. Drives the baseball with authority from the pull side to the right center gap. Has a good feel for the hitting zone, stays poised, and has good discipline in the box. Ball jumps off of the barrel. Defense is still developing, but offensively can definitely play at the level.
At the plate for the @SoCalBirds, 2022 1B Ryan Irwin with a big strong and physical frame. Drives the baseball with authority from the pull side to the right center gap. Has a good feel for the hitting zone, stays poised, and has good discipline in the box. pic.twitter.com/jbBHtAW4Fw
— BF Scouting (@BFScout) July 13, 2019
#0 Grant Govel – OF 2023
Showed pullside power at the plate. Long bat path through the zone. Uses the whole field. Consistent hitting approach. Good pitch recognition
Trosky Antelope Valley
#9 Jake Thrift -LHP 2022
Good presence on the mound. Fluid mechanics and works at a good tempo. Fastball was consistently 80-83 mph and topped out at 84 mph. Commands the fastball on both sides of the plate and throws his changeup as well as his breaking ball for strikes. Breaking ball was consistently 67-70mph and changeup was 75-77 mph.
#14 Trevor Shepherd – C/RHP 2021
Lean athletic frame with short compact swing from the left side. Has a good middle approach back spinning balls well to center. Also showed he could stay on balls to hit hard and on a line to left field. Does a good job of consistently getting solid barrel contact.
Trosky Baseball 15U White
#17 Victor Heredia – MIF 2022
Good athletic ability. Can play multiple positions, and is a solid defender at the 3rd base. Still needs to grow into his frame, but has an above average arm across the diamond with a good glove. Needs some tuning with load at the plate but has quick hands and good bat speed.
#12 Louis Zulaica – 3B/RHP/1B 2022
Solid-athletic frame and with good instincts. Compact swing with plenty of power, drives the ball to all parts of the field well, and is pull side heavy. Still developing mechanically at the plate and has a lot of upside. Easy arm action with a fastball consistently 83-84 mph and 72 mph slider from a high ¾ arm slot.
#6 Mitchell Birdsall – C/3B/1B 2022
Big-athletic frame, moves well at the corners defensively from side to side. Functional at the plate. Barrel stays long through the hitting zone and stays linear long enough to create solid contact consistently.
#5 Luis Martinez – MIF/3B/RHP 2022
Good athletic frame already filled out with good size. High baseball IQ, can run the bases extremely well with good speed. Competes at the plate and has a middle of the field approach.
Top 15U Fastball Velocities
|85||Dylan Smith||Playa Vista Orioles National||RHP||2022|
|84||Carter Garate||MBC Baseball||RHP||2022|
|84||Mason Molina||So Cal Birds Black||LHP||2021|
|84||Jake Thrift||Trosky Antelope Valley||LHP||2022|
|84||Louis Zulaica||Troskly 15U White||RHP||2022|
|83||Aaron Cazaves||CBA National||RHP||2022|
|83||Peyton Von Kaenel||San Diego Ballers||RHP||2022|
|82||Jack O'Connor||Playa Vista Orioles National||RHP||2022|
|82||Jack Pavlovsky||MBC Baseball||LHP||2022|
|82||James Rivera||ABD Academy||RHP||2022|
|82||Freddy Rodriguez||Trosky 15U White||RHP||2022|
|81||Jimmy Deanda||So Cal Birds Black||RHP||2022|
|81||Victor Heredia||Trosky 15U White||RHP||2022|
|81||Von Kaenel||San Diego Ballers||RHP||2022|
|81||Owen Sideris||PFA Colts 2022||RHP||2022|
|80||Max Aude||GBG Marucci 2022 Navy||RHP||2022|
|80||Wade Duncan||PFA SoCal||RHP||2022|
|80||Easton Kreshel||Trosky 15U White||RHP||2022|
|80||Nathan Murrillo||PFA SoCal||RHP||2021|
|80||Brian Pham||Playa Vista Orioles National||RHP||2022|
Click here to see National Leaderboards by test and year of graduation. Results from all Factory Athletics events (including this one) are considered, and will appear if the minimum qualification is met for each test.
PLEASE NOTE: The system does not update automatically, please allow 2-3 weeks for database updates following the completion of this event.
Top 60 Yard Dashes
|6.69||Lorenzo Sardo||San Diego Ballers||OF||2022|
|6.88||Wyatt Davis||CA Warriors||OF||2022|
|6.96||Easton Kresheo||Trosky 15U White||POS||GRAD|
|7.01||Cole Wilson||Trosky 15U White||POS||GRAD|
|7.06||Kyle Williamson||CBA National||OF||2022|
|7.07||Joey McEwen||PFA Colts 2022||INF||2022|
|7.09||Ayden Rygiel||San Diego Ballers||OF||2022|
|7.14||Chase Yocum||Trosky 15U White||POS||GRAD|
|7.15||Anthony Eyanson||PFA Colts 2022||OF||2022|
|7.19||Jeremy Giesegh||PFA SoCal||POS||GRAD|
Top Raw Velocities
|87||Ethan Dungo||Trosky 15U White||POS||GRAD|
|86||Easton Kresheo||Trosky 15U White||POS||GRAD|
|86||Jack Pavlovsky||MBC Baseball||OF||2022|
|86||Louis Zulasca||Trosky 15U White||POS||GRAD|
|85||Ethan Valerdi||PFA SoCal||POS||GRAD|
|84||Ivan Herrera||CA Warriors||OF||2022|
|84||Freddy Rodriguez||Trosky 15U White||POS||GRAD|
|83||Wyatt Davis||CA Warriors||OF||2022|
|83||Cole Kenyon||Hit Club||OF||2022|
|83||Ivan Salas||CBA American||1B||2022|
|83||Owen Sideris||PFA Colts 2022||INF||2022|
|82||Riley Hunsaker||CBA National||OF||2023|
|82||Nick Peoples||CBA Vikings||OF||2022|
|82||Kenneth Wang||CBA National||INF||2022|
|81||Anthony Eyanson||PFA Colts 2022||OF||2022|
|81||Miles Hughes||PFA Colts 2022||OF||2022|
|81||Chase Ingram||CBA National||RHP||2022|
|81||Casey Leavitt-McGee||CA Warriors||OF||2022|
|81||Gavin Murphy||Hit Club||2B||2022|
|81||Mason Reynolds||CA Warriors||INF||2022|
|81||Lorenzo Sardo||San Diego Ballers||OF||2022|
|81||Ryan Shubert||MBC Baseball||C||GRAD|
|80||Dylan Baragy||Colton Nighthawks||OF||2022|
|80||Tyler Egan||San Diego Ballers||C||2022|
|80||Jeremy Giesegh||PFA SoCal||POS||GRAD|
|80||Andrew Kirchner||PFA Colts 2022||OF||2022|
|80||Spencer Morehead||Hit Club||RHP||2022|
|80||Aidan Shea||CA Warriors||INF||2022|
|80||Chase Yocum||Trosky 15U White||POS||GRAD|
Top Bat Exit Velocities
|92||Easton Kresheo||Trosky 15U White||POS||GRAD|
|90||Derek Bartram||CA Warriors||OF||2022|
|90||Jeremy Giesegh||PFA SoCal||POS||GRAD|
|89||Ethan Osborn||CBA National||OF||2022|
|88||Ian Burns||Colton Nighthawks||1B||2022|
|87||Kristopher Velasquez-Brumitt||Colton Nighthawks||3B||2022|
|86||Colin Irwin||CBA Sacramento 15||C||2022|
|85||Nick Peoples||CBA Vikings||OF||2022|
|84||Riley Hunsaker||CBA National||OF||2023|
|84||Derek Hurtado||MBC Baseball||OF||GRAD|
|84||Owen Sideris||PFA Colts 2022||INF||2022|
|84||Kenneth Wang||CBA National||INF||2022|
|84||Louis Zulasca||Trosky 15U White||POS||GRAD|
|83||Wyatt Davis||CA Warriors||OF||2022|
|83||Ryan Greene||Hit Club||3B||2022|
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