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2015 Under Armour Fall Classic – Tournament Hub

Friday, September 18 – Sunday, September 20
Roger Dean Sports Complex –  Jupiter, FL

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Palm Beach Prospects Elite

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Palm Beach Select 16

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#5 Jarred Perry – 2017 RHP
Solid build, good frame, strong lower half, FB: 81-82mph, location down at the knees, mixed speed very well, kept hitters off balance, good tempo on mound

#21 Peter Cowley — 2018 RHP
Large framed right-hander at 6-foot-3. Fastball had good down plane from high three quarters slot. Pitched around 79 and topped at 81 mph. Spun upper 60s breaking ball with good rotation and the makings of depth to downward break.

#42 Ricky Clark — 2018 OF/IF
Long and wiry frame at 6-foot-2 and 165 pounds. Worked barrel to contact on a route inside the ball, hit the ball up the middle and the other way. Fairly athletic defender with versatility for outfield and infield spots. Projects to hit with more authority as he matures physically.

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Palm Beach Select Underclass

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2018 1B Angel Tiburcio

2018 1B/RHP Angel Tiburcio

#33 Angel Tiburcio — 2018 1B
Large frame with strength. Balanced at plate, quiet hands with great rhythm to hit. Short and quick to contact with strength to impact the ball. Showed ability to drive the ball with authority to the biggest part of the ballpark. Runs the bases well. Can play either corner infield position, has plenty of arm strength for 3B.

#9 Xavier Edwards — 2018 SS/2B
Switch-hitting middle infielder with usable tools and advanced feel for the game. Standout infield defender with quick first step, sure hands and enough arm for SS. Line drive hitter from both sides of the plate with instinct for barrel and advanced pitch tracking skills. Vanderbilt commit.

#1 Roberto Pena — 2018 IF/RHP
Worked quickly and threw a high volume strikes. Fastball topped at 86 mph, sat 83-84 with some arm side run and sink. Showed ability to land curve ball for strikes, had sweeping break at 69-73 mph.

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#23 Luis Valdez – 2019 OF
Long, athletic build. Runs well. Smooth actions to hit, balanced in the box. Good bat path, showed barrel accuracy. Collected a pair of hits and generally showed a knack for getting on base.

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South Florida Breakers

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Xtremeline Baseball 16

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#19 Devin Roche – 2018 C
Big athletic frame, moves very well, good plate discipline, displayed power and ability to hit to all fields

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Top Underclass Division Fastball Velocities

86 Manuel Daza Aguilar RHP Xtremeline Baseball Home School 2017 Orlando FL
83 Ethan Wilkerson RHP Palm Beach Select Underclass Jupiter 2018 Jupiter FL
81 Peter Cowley RHP Palm Beach Select 16 Jupiter 2018 Jupiter FL
80 Alonso Concepcion RHP ProTime Baseball Los Prospectos 2018 El Naranjo DR
80 Shane Shuba RHP Palm Beach Select 16 Jupiter 2017 Jupiter FL
79 Jarred Perry RHP Palm Beach Select 16 Jupiter 2017 Jupiter FL
79 Carson Price RHP Palm Beach Select 16 Jupiter 2017 Jupiter FL

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Baseball Factory Green

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#5 Kade Brewer — 2018 C
Hit from open stance, balanced approach, quick hands to hit, short & compact swing, pull type hitter with gap power. Good actions behind the plate, received well. Game pop time of 2.1, quick release, short arm stroke.

#11 Mason O’Mara — 2017 RHP/OF
Fastball 83-86 with late arm side run. Pitched from high 3/4 angle, worked exclusively from the stretch. Strike thrower with fastball, showed some feel 75 mph changeup and was able to sink it. Broad shouldered build at 6-foot-3 and 200 pounds.

#12 Billy Kral — 2017 RHP
Pitches with some deception, hides ball behind body after break of hands. Fastball was between 80 and 86 with some late run. Threw 68-72 mph curveball for strikes, and was effective with 74-76 mph changeup, and showed a slider at 78 mph. Velocity differentials allowed for effective four-pitch mix.

#13 Nik Malachowski — 2016 SS
Strong, athletic build. Quick hands to hit, especially to inner half. Quiet & balanced in the box. Gap to gap type pop. Sure handed defender at shortstop with good range and an accurate arm. Came in on the ball well, made an exceptional barehand play on a slow roller.

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#8 Aidan Frye — 2018 3B/RHP
Good athletic pitcher, FB: 82-84mph, good downward plane, CB: 71-72mph, good sharp break, uses as out pitch, CH: 73-74mph, shows decent feel, keeps down in the zone, hides the ball well, good deception on the mound, goes right after hitters.

#13 Ryan Weller — 2016 C/OF
Big target, receives well behind the plate, worked well on balls in the dirt, showed good arm strength, consistent 2.0 pop time, displayed good barrel accuracy at the plate, plus power, very athletic

#9 Dylan Carter — 2016 RHP
Pitched 80-81 topped 84. Showed good feel for breaking ball, was able to land for strikes in the upper 60s. Good mound presence, worked quickly and threw strikes. Complete game victory.

#1 Scott McKeon — 2016 SS
Smooth defensive actions, capable of playing multiple infield positions. Fields out front, quick transfer. Throws had carry and we accurate. Very good on the backhand, made athletic plays look easy. Quick hands to hit, short to the ball with some gap power. Contact hitter, put the ball in play and sprayed to all fields. Aggressive base runner, always looking to advance.

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Baseline Baseball Columbia

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#17 Brandon Rios – 2016 INF
Good athlete, solid runner, good speed, nice swing, solid barrel accuracy, excellent idea at the plate, line drive approach, active and solid at 3B

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Baseline Baseball Navy

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#35 Franco Velasquez – 2016 RHP
4 shutout innings, FB: 82-84mph, good arm side run, effectively mixed in curveball and changeup, worked ahead in the count, took command of the game early, showed good mound presence, kept team in it defensively, good tempo

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Clay Cobras

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#22 Tyler Spence – 2018 3B
Tall lanky athletic frame, broad shoulders, good plate coverage, line drive hitter, uses the whole field, nice fielder, sure handed, accurate arm

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Columbus Explorers

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#0 Daniel Bello — 2016 1B
Talented left-handed hitter with a combination of physical ability and feel for hitting. Balanced approach with fluid actions and strength to stroke. Drove the ball hard back up the middle and to pull side.

#10 Hernen Sardinas — 2017 C
Mature build with obvious present strength. Showed some OF range with arm strength. Solid left-handed stroke with raw power. On Sunday in game two, he was a double short of the cycle — he tripled in his first at bat, then homered to right field, and singled twice.

#11 Gabriel Rivera — 2017 OF
Talented all-around player with range in center field along with arm strength. Strong right-handed stroke, drove the ball with authority the other way. A dynamic player with speed, he has extra base power and usable speed on the bases.

#23 Jose Machado — 2016 RHP
Fastball sat 85-86, touched 88 mph early in his outing before falling off some as he went on. Showed ability to command FB to both sides of the plate, and got some arm side run. Showed good feel for curveball. Competitor, around the plate with fastball and off speed. Florida International University commit.

2017 3B Christian Rodriguez

2017 3B Christian Rodriguez

#7 / 34 Christian Rodriguez — 2017 3B
Left-handed hitter with some length to his frame. The ball got off his bat with life, as evidenced by a long home run down the right field line, and later on a high popup to RF. Solid defender at 3B with arm strength for the left side of the infield.

#19 Andres Arguelles — 2016 LHP
Fastball velocity climbed as his outing went along, starting from 78-81 mph and working into the low 80s with a top bolt of 84 mph. He appeared to throw two types of breaking ball, and showed feel for both. His firmer version was up to 76 with plane from his hand closer to his fastball, while he showed better feel for his 65-68 mph downer with 1-to-7 shape. His arm worked well from the glove, and worked out front with some speed. It seems likely for his fastball velocity to climb, based on his arm speed and ability to spin a mid 70s breaking ball.

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Florida Select

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#9 Robert Fabelo – 2016 C
Big & strong body at 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds. Left-handed hitter with gap to gap approach and the ability to use the whole field. Solid all-around defender behind the plate with some arm strength and good receiving and blocking skills.

#20 Brandon Chinea — 2016 SS
Balanced and strong in the box, barreled the ball consistently, showed gap power. Runs well. Very good range in the infield with soft, reliable hands and a strong arm. “Baseball player” type with advanced feel for the game, with usable tools. Univ. of Tennessee commit.

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Lithia Wolves Navy

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#10 Jacob Cross – 2016 LHP
Very athletic, fielded position well, FB: 84-86mph, good arm side run, sharp curveball, good depth, effectively mixed in changeup, threw 4 shutout innings

#4 Tyler Doyel — 2017 OF/RHP
Runs well, smart base runner, displayed quick first step and good routes in the outfield, showed good arm strength, spray type hitter, 2B to RCF

#11 Cody Shook — 2017 C/OF
Very versatile player, displayed good routes in the outfield, good arm strength, quick release, 2 hits in game 1

#14 Matt Leslie — 2016 RHP
Fastball was 83-84, touched 86. Worked quick, showed good mound presence. Curveball was 77-79 with late break to slurvy type action. Changeup 74-75 mph. Was able to throw all three pitches for strikes.

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Panther Baseball

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#22 Jack Iervorino – 2017 RHP
Big presence on the mound, consistently threw fastballs, worked quick, very efficient with pitches, FB: 84-86mph, showed curveball threw for strikes at 68-70mph, at the plate showed excellent home run power

#21 Colton Rendon — 2016 RHP
Solid body, excellent mound presence, took control of the game early, good command, fastball displayed late arm side run, FB: 85-86, 87mph, big sweeping curveball at 68-69mph, kept hitters off balance.

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Prime 9

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ProTime Baseball Upperclass

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2016 SS Kendy Moya

2016 SS Kendy Moya

#12 Yunel Decena – 2017 RHP
Pitched 84-85 mph with arm side run, touched a few 87s and a couple of 89s. Showed good feel for breaking ball, threw it around 70 with three quarter action. Arm worked free and easy, pitched down in zone. Pounded the zone with fastball and breaking ball. Has upside, can get more from lower half.

#26 Kendy Moya — 2016 SS
Line drive hitter, uses the whole field. Showed pop up the middle and to the pull side. Great base runner, aggressive and looking to advance. Attacked ball defensively, showed smooth actions with a quick exchange. Arm strength from the hole. Good game awareness.

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South Florida Clippers 18

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#18 Nelson Velazquez — 2016 OF
Quiet, balanced approach to hit. Line drive hitter, showed some pull side pop. Used all fields. Aggressive base runner with speed (ran 6.77 60 yard dash on testing day). Got good reads & jumps in outfield, showed some arm strength.

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South Florida Clutch

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#44 Ozzie Millet — 2016 3B
Physically mature look with solid & strong frame. Showed nice defensive actions at 3B with solid hands and body control for off balance throws. Combined hand-eye coordination with strength and nice right-handed stroke. Showed feel for hitting & ability to deliver barrel.

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Victors Baseball

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#1 Chris Otero — 2016 3B
Tall, lanky, athletic, barreled ball consistently, gap power, stood out defensively, active feet, plus arm, very good glove

#18 Jordan Gonzalez — 2016 C/1B
Large, well-proportioned frame at 6-foot-3 and 220 pounds. Balanced hitting approach with nice right-handed stroke. Short to the ball, made full move through the zone out front.

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WarBall Baseball

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#4 Dylan Cloonan — 2017 LHP
Wiry, athletic left-hander. Pounded the zone with fastball strikes, pitched 84-85 and touched 87. Spun only a handful of breaking balls, not really enough to get a great look. Delivery was athletic, arm worked loose and easy with quickness out front. It’s easy to see him gaining more on his fastball as he matures physically.

#66 Alvaro Valdez — 2016 OF
Strong & athletic left-handed hitter. Balanced & quiet approach to hit. Collected a pair of singles and a home run on day one.

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Top Upperclass Division Fastball Velocities

89 Yunel Decena RHP ProTime Baseball Los Prospectos 2017 Santo Domingo DR
88 Duane Cyr RHP South Florida Clippers Atlantic 2016 Boynton Beach FL
88 Jose Machado RHP Columbus Explorers Columbus 2016 Miami FL (Florida International)
87 Dylan Cloonan LHP WarBall Baseball Westminster Christian 2017 Cutler Bay FL (Miami)
87 Colton Rendon RHP Panther Baseball Dwyer 2016 Jupiter FL (Winthrop)
86 Jacob Cross LHP Lithia Wolves Newsome 2016 Lithia FL
86 Jack Iervorino RHP Panther Baseball Dwyer HS 2017 Palm Beach Gardens FL
86 Billy Kral RHP Baseball Factory Green Holy Spirit 2017 Margate City NJ
86 Matt Leslie RHP Lithia Wolves Navy Newsome 2017 FL
86 Mason O'Mara RHP Baseball Factory Green Christian Brothers Academy 2017 Shrewsbury NJ
85 Ronald Acosta RHP ProTime Baseball Los Prospectos 2016 Santo Domingo DR
84 Dylan Carter RHP Baseball Factory Orange Miami Springs HS 2016 Miami FL
84 Dominick Diaz RHP Columbus Explorers Columbus Miami FL
84 Aidan Frye 3B/RHP Baseball Factory Orange HS 2018 Harleysville PA
84 Alex Martinez RHP Victors Baseball Miami Christian 2016 Miami FL
84 Keneth Otero LHP South Florida Clippers 18 Lake Worth 2018 Lake Worth FL
84 Bryan Pena RHP Prime 9
84 Franco Velasquez RHP Baseline Navy Felix Varela HS 2016 Miami FL
83 Jakob Vinson RHP Columbus Explorers Columbus 2016 Miami FL

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Top 60 Yard Dashes

6.63 Michael Muley Xtremeline Baseball 16 OF/RHP 2017 St. Thomas Aquinas HS Davie-FL
6.77 Nelson Velazquez South Florida Clippers 18 OF 2016 Lake Worth HS Lake Worth-FL
6.84 Giovanni Garcia Baseball Factory Green 2B 2016 Northwood Temple Academy Spring Lake-NC
6.84 Fili Veras Baseball Factory Green SS 2016 Sleepy Hollow HS Sleepy Hollow-NY
6.87 Bryan Camacho South Florida Clippers 18 RHP 2016 Lake Worth HS Lake Worth-FL
6.87 Isaiah Perry Xtremeline Baseball 16 3B/1B 2017 St. Thomas Aquinas HS Pembroke Pines-FL
6.87 Jared Rondeau Lithia Wolves Navy IF/OF 2016 Newsome HS
6.90 Mason O'Mara Baseball Factory Green RHP/OF 2017 Christian Brothers Academy Shrewsbury-NJ
6.91 Michael Pope Baseball Factory Orange SS/RHP 2016 Nashville Christian School Brentwood-TN
6.98 Zach Benson Lithia Wolves Navy OF 2019 Newsome HS
6.99 Tyler Doyle Lithia Wolves Navy OF/RHP 2017 Newsome HS
6.99 Austin Spires Lithia Wolves Navy IF 2018 Newsome HS
7.00 Harry Brown Baseball Factory Green LHP/1B 2017 Fox Lane HS Bedford Hills-NY
7.00 Omar Sanchez South Florida Clippers 18 IF 2017 Lake Worth HS Lake Worth-FL
7.03 Jacob Cross Lithia Wolves Navy LHP 2016 Newsome HS
7.09 Owen Dunne Lithia Wolves Navy LHP 2016 Newsome HS
7.09 Ryan Weller Baseball Factory Orange C/OF 2016 Boyertown HS Gilbertsville-PA
7.10 Scott McKeon Baseball Factory Orange SS 2016 - Raleigh-NC
7.14 Rian Cyr South Florida Clippers 18 CF/RHP 2017 Atlantic HS Boynton Beach-FL
7.14 Kevin Hoffmeister Baseball Factory Green C/OF 2016 McDonogh Ellicott City-MD
7.19 Matt Leslie Lithia Wolves Navy RHP 2016 Newsome HS
7.21 Alec Guerricabeitia South Florida Clippers 18 C/OF 2016 Brook Cross HS Palm Beach Gardens-FL
7.21 Dan Neely Lithia Wolves Navy IF 2017 Newsome HS
7.22 Dylan Carter Baseball Factory Orange RHP/1B 2016 Miami Springs HS Miami-FL
7.22 Timmy Stephan Baseball Factory Orange RHP/3B 2017 Highland HS Culpeper-VA
7.23 Chris Marsch Baseball Factory Orange OF/RHP 2016 Glen Burnie High School Glen Burnie-MD
7.25 Aidan Frye Baseabll Factory Orange 3B/RHP 2018 - Harleysville-PA
7.26 Matt Kenney Lithia Wolves Navy 1B/OF 2018 Newsome HS
7.26 Earl Semper Xtremeline Baseball 16 SS/2B 2017 St. Thomas Aquinas HS Coral Springs-FL
7.31 Jacob Phelps Lithia Wolves Navy IF 2018 Newsome HS
7.33 Tony Davis Lithia Wolves Navy OF 2016 Newsome HS
7.33 Carlos Martinez South Florida Clippers 18 IF 2016 Royal Palm Beach HS West Palm Beach-FL
7.35 Trey Long Xtremeline Baseball 16 OF 2018 St. Thomas Aquinas HS Parkland-FL
7.35 Cody Shook Lithia Wolves Navy C/OF/IF 2017 Newsome HS

Top Raw Velocities

89 Duane Cyr South Florida Clippers 18 C/1B 2016 Atlantic HS Boynton Beach-FL
86 Dylan Carter Baseball Factory Orange RHP/1B 2016 Miami Springs Senior High School Miami-FL
86 Matt Leslie Lithia Wolves Navy RHP 2016 Newsome HS
86 Beau Nichols Lithia Wolves Navy RHP 2017 Newsome HS
86 Timmy Stephan Baseball Factory Orange RHP/3B 2017 Highland School Culpeper-VA
85 Hochi Hernandez South Florida Clippers 18 RHP 2016 Lake Worth HS Lake Worth-FL
85 Kenth Otero South Florida Clippers 18 RHP/OF 2016 Lake Worth HS Lake Worth-FL
85 Joey Raffaele Lithia Wolves Navy C 2017 Newsome HS
85 Jared Rondeau Lithia Wolves Navy IF/OF 2016 Newsome HS
84 Scott McKeon Baseball Factory Orange SS 2016 - Raleigh-NC
84 Jacob Phelps Lithia Wolves Navy IF 2018 Newsome HS
84 Devin Roche Xtremeline Baseball 16 C 2018 St. Thomas Aquinas HS Fort Lauderdale-FL
84 Cody Shook Lithia Wolves Navy C/OF/IF 2017 Newsome HS
83 Bryan Camacho South Florida Clippers 18 RHP 2016 Lake Worth HS Lake Worth-FL
83 Jacob Cross Lithia Wolves Navy LHP 2016 Newsome HS
83 Austin Spires Lithia Wolves Navy IF 2018 Newsome HS
81 Joselito Castro Baseball Factory Orange OF 2016 Dewitt Clinton High School Bronx-NY
81 Trey Cruz Lithia Wolves Navy LHP 2018 Newsome HS
81 Tony Davis Lithia Wolves Navy OF 2016 Newsome HS
81 Alec Guerricabeitia South Florida Clippers 18 C/OF 2016 Brook Cross HS Palm Beach Gardens-FL
81 Johnathan Rodriguez South Florida Clippers 18 RHP/2B 2016 Lake Worth HS Lake Worth-FL

Top Bat Exit Velos

92 Mason O'Mara Baseball Factory Green RHP/OF 2017 Christian Brothers Academy Shrewsbury-NJ
90 Duane Cyr South Florida Clippers 18 C/1B 2016 Atlantic HS Boynton Beach-FL
90 Billy Kral Baseball Factory Green RHP 2017 Holy Spirit HS Margate City-NJ
90 Devin Roche Xtremeline Baseball 16 C 2018 St. Thomas Aquinas HS Fort Lauderdale-FL
89 Rian Cyr South Florida Clippers 18 CF/RHP 2017 Atlantic HS Boynton Beach-FL
89 Michael Muley Xtremeline Baseball 16 OF/RHP 2017 St. Thomas Aquinas HS Davie-FL
89 Kenth Otero South Florida Clippers 18 RHP/OF 2016 Lake Worth HS Lake Worth-FL
89 Nelson Velazquez South Florida Clippers 18 OF 2016 Lake Worth HS Lake Worth-FL
88 Aidan Frye Baseabll Factory Orange 3B/RHP 2018 - Harleysville-PA
88 Nik Malachowski Baseball Factory Green SS/RHP 2016 Shenendehowa HS Rexford-NY
88 Joey Raffaele Lithia Wolves Navy C 2017 Newsome HS
88 Elijah Rodriguez Baseball Factory Orange C 2016 Zion Christian Lutheran High School Pompano Beach-FL
88 Earl Semper Xtremeline Baseball 16 SS/2B 2017 St. Thomas Aquinas HS Coral Springs-FL
88 Cody Shook Lithia Wolves Navy C/OF/IF 2017 Newsome HS
88 Timmy Stephan Baseball Factory Orange RHP/3B 2017 Highland School Culpeper-VA
87 Hochi Hernandez South Florida Clippers 18 RHP 2016 Lake Worth HS Lake Worth-FL
87 Omar Sanchez South Florida Clippers 18 IF 2017 Lake Worth HS Lake Worth-FL
86 Kevin Hoffmeister Baseball Factory Green C/OF 2016 McDonogh Ellicott City-MD
86 Trey Long Xtremeline Baseball 16 OF 2018 St. Thomas Aquinas HS Parkland-FL
86 Elijah Rodriguez Baseball Factory Orange C 2016 Zion Christian Lutheran HS Pompano Beach-FL
86 Tyler Switzer Palm Beach Prospects Elite OF/3B 2016 Lake Worth Christian HS Lake Worth-FL
86 Ryan Weller Baseball Factory Orange C/OF 2016 Boyertown Gilbertsville-PA
85 Dylan Carter Baseball Factory Orange RHP/1B 2016 Miami Springs Senior High School Miami-FL
85 Joselito Castro Baseball Factory Orange OF 2016 Dewitt Clinton High School Bronx-NY
85 Alec Guerricabeitia South Florida Clippers 18 C/OF 2016 Brook Cross HS Palm Beach Gardens-FL
85 Chris Marsch Baseball Factory Orange OF/RHP 2016 Glen Burnie High School Glen Burnie-MD

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2014 Under Armour Futures East – Top Tools

3B Joe Skinner (UCF commit) OF Nick Wilhite (Georgia Tech commit) OF Landon Silver SS/OF Tervont Johnson
3B Joe Skinner
(UCF commit)
OF Nick Wilhite
(Georgia Tech commit)
OF Landon Silver  SS/OF Tervont Johnson

TOP RUNNING TIMES
60 Yards Name Bio
6.69 Gary Mattis SS – R/R – 5-10/178 – 2016 – St. Thomas Aquinas – FL
6.78 Nick Wilhite OF/LHP – L/L – 5-9/163 – 2016 – Buford HS – GA
6.80 Joe Skinner 3B – L/R – 6-2/190 – 2016 – Bishop Moore HS – FL
6.89 Landon Silver OF – R/R – 6-2/190 – 2016 – Westminster Christian – FL
6.95 Brandon Chinea SS – R/R – 5-9/160 – 2016 – Florida Christian – FL
6.95 Tervont Johnson SS/OF – L/R – 6-0/165 – 2016 – Mays HS – GA
7.00 Anthony Gonnella 1B – L/R – 6-3/205 – 2016 – Riverview HS – FL
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TOP HITTING ABILITY
Name Bio Remarks
Riley Hogan 3B – S/R – 6-3/190 – 2016 – Edgewater HS – FL Capable switch hitter – advanced feel for hitting and barrel accuracy from both sides – balanced approach – easy bat speed – fuller and quicker to zone left handed
Joe Skinner 3B – L/R – 6-2/190 – 2016 – Bishop Moore HS – FL Flat line drive stroke built for hard contact up the middle – quick to zone with barrel – easy bat speed – almost inside out type path
Brandon Chinea SS – R/R – 5-9/160 – 2016 – Florida Christian – FL Advanced feel for hitting – applies hand eye coordination for barrel accuracy against quality stuff in live at bats – aggressive and attacking hitter – goes after good pitches to hit early in at bats – loud contact from center of barrel – surprising pop
Austin James SS – R/R – 6-1/180 – 2016 – Bloomingdale HS – FL Quick hands with excellent ability to deliver barrel to contact thru rotation of core – can impact the ball – hard line drives up the middle and the other way with leverage to the pull side – simple and repeatable stroke – aggressive approach in at bats
Anthony Gonnella 1B – L/R – 6-3/205 – 2016 – Riverview HS – FL Simple easy and repeatable left handed stroke – short and quick to contact with strength thru contact – consistently drove line drives from gap to gap – projectable combo of hitting ability and raw power
Carlos Cortes 2B/OF – L/R – 5-8/190 – 2016 – Oviedo HS – FL Aggressive hitter – takes consistently full passes thru – loose thru zone with ability to accelerate barrel – standout bat speed
Landon Silver OF – R/R – 6-2/190 – 2016 – Westminster Christian – FL Loose right handed stroke with ability to accelerate the barrel thru the hitting zone – hard line drives middle and oppo with ability to lift ball to pull side
Nick Wilhite OF/LHP – L/L – 5-9/163 – 2016 – Buford HS – GA Aggressive hitter with bat speed – whipped barrel thru zone with great life – line drives from gap to gap with makings of extra base pop – interesting combo of hit and power tools – more likely doubles and triples than HR type power
Jake Zarrello C – L/R – 6-2/200 – 2016 – Westminster Christian HS – FL Fluid and easy left handed stroke – went the other way with advanced feel and authority with wood bat – John Olerud (former ML player) type stroke
Mason Studstill 3B – R/R – 6-2/200 – 2016 – Rockledge HS – FL Loose and easy stroke – accelerated barrel thru contact – flat swing angle allowed for excellent backspin – has some rhythm to hit
Brandon Dorsey 3B – R/R – 6-1/195 – 2017 – Calvert Hall HS – MD Loose and easy stroke – very quick to contact – works barrel thru hitting zone very well – has barrel accuracy and ability impact the ball with wood bat
Dallas Beaver C – L/R – 6-1/195 – 2016 – Heritage Christian School – FL Excellent rhythm to hit – consistently squared balls up for line drives from gap to gap – standout hand-eye coordination and barrel accuracy
Justin Farmer OF – R/R – 6-0/188 – 2017 – Riverview HS – FL Simple right handed stroke with projectable combo of hitting ability and raw power – hands are very quick to contact – whistles bat thru the zone
Austin Wilhite SS/RHP – R/R – 5-9/160 – 2016 – Buford HS – GA Balanced approach – good hands and hand-eye coordination – quick bat – line drive stroke – patient hitter with good plate discipline – advanced feel for hitting
Hernen Sardinas OF – L/L – 6-2/205 – 2016 – Christopher Columbus HS – FL Simple left handed stroke – works flat thru hitting zone – strong at contact – good barrel accuracy
Tervont Johnson SS/OF – L/R – 6-0/165 – 2016 – Mays HS – GA Short quick left handed stroke – hands work well – generates speed and applies strength at contact – packs a punch – has surprising pop – projectable hitting ability
Gary Mattis SS – R/R – 5-10/178 – 2016 – St. Thomas Aquinas – FL Compact stroke with very quick hands – line drive type hitter from gap to gap
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3B Riley Hogan (South Carolina commit) 3B Mason Studstill (Miami commit) 2B/OF Carlos Cortes (South Carolina commit) 1B Anthony Gonnella
3B Riley Hogan
(South Carolina commit)
3B Mason Studstill
(Miami commit)
2B/OF Carlos Cortes
(South Carolina commit)
1B Anthony Gonnella

TOP RAW POWER
Name Bio Remarks
Mason Studstill 3B – R/R – 6-2/200 – 2016 – Rockledge HS – FL It looked like he was hitting a different ball than everyone else – not only did it jump off his barrel but it also carried amazingly well – path was flat thru the zone and he accelerated the barrel very well – power over hit but not the all or nothing type – he's got some feel for hitting
Carlos Cortes 2B/OF – L/R – 5-8/190 – 2016 – Oviedo HS – FL Some lift in stroke but still able to generate backspin – standout power to pull side – ball really jumps off barrel
Anthony Gonnella 1B – L/R – 6-3/205 – 2016 – Riverview HS – FL Short and simple stroke from a large framed left handed hitter – consistently found barrel – hard line drives from gap to gap – frequent application of power from barrel accuracy and short stroke – extra bases and RBI with leverage for HR also
Hernen Sardinas OF – L/L – 6-2/205 – 2016 – Christopher Columbus HS – FL Flat stroke with obvious present strength allows him to backspin balls with ease – swing angle fits strength very well
Andrew Belcik 1B/RHP – R/R – 6-2/218 – Eastlake HS – FL Applied tremendous strength thru contact – overpowered the ball
Riley Hogan 3B – S/R – 6-3/190 – 2016 – Edgewater HS – FL Clearly a hit over power type guy from both sides of the plate…BUT…he has a chance to grow into power – projectable physically at 6-foot-3 and 190 pounds – will make enough quality contact from both sides to produce for extra bases
Austin James SS – R/R – 6-1/180 – 2016 – Bloomingdale HS – FL Hard line drives up the middle and the other way with ability to lift ball to pull side – applies speed and strength at contact thru excellent rotation of his core – aggressive hitter early in the count – ball exits wood bat with excellent life
Landon Silver OF – R/R – 6-2/190 – 2016 – Westminster Christian – FL With a stronger connection to the ground thru contact he could really open some eyes – projectable power
Mauro Conde OF – R/R – 6-0/205 – 2016 – Laurel Springs – PR Drove the ball with authority to right center field in batting practice – quickness in hands to pull good fastball with wood bat
Brandon Dorsey 3B – R/R – 6-1/195 – 2017 – Calvert Hall HS – MD Quick to contact – got extended well thru contact – loose swing – created backspin with wood bat to pull side – has barrel accuracy and feel for hitting for power frequency – extra base hits and RBI more than HR?
Justin Farmer OF – R/R – 6-0/188 – 2017 – Riverview HS – FL Generates easy bat speed with long levers and projectable frame – loose and full move thru the zone – already jumps from good part of barrel – projectable hit & power combo
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TOP ARM STRENGTH
Name Bio Remarks
Santino Miozzi C – R/R – 6-2/200 – 2016 – Eastland Christian – FL The ball was alive from his hand even with an amazingly quick and compact release – throws carried on line and held very strong life into target
Dallas Beaver C – L/R – 6-1/195 – 2016 – Heritage Christian School – FL Very good pure arm strength – spun the ball very well – great exit from hand and strong arrival to target
Landon Silver OF – R/R – 6-2/190 – 2016 – Westminster Christian – FL Over top release – drove throws downhill from hand – on line carry thru target
Austin Wilhite SS/RHP – R/R – 5-9/160 – 2016 – Buford HS – GA Quick release – spun the ball across the infield very well – advanced combo of arm strength and catch/throw skills
Nick Wilhite OF/LHP – L/L – 5-9/163 – 2016 – Buford HS – GA Loose arm – released throws from over top slot – carried on line with backspin
Austin James SS – R/R – 6-1/180 – 2016 – Bloomingdale HS – FL Throws carried on line thru bag – quick release with momentum thru to target – generated standout life on ball with low effort
Joe Skinner 3B – L/R – 6-2/190 – 2016 – Bishop Moore HS – FL Ball left hand well and carried easily across the infield – changed slots and made throws – more effective and usable than wow type
Brandon Chinea SS – R/R – 5-9/160 – 2016 – Florida Christian – FL Arm plays at a very high level with ability to get throws off quickly regardless of body position or arm angle
Justin Farmer OF – R/R – 6-0/188 – 2017 – Riverview HS – FL After leaving hand very well throws carried with strength on line thru target – potential middle of the field defender with RF type arm strength
Carlos Cortes 2B/OF – L/R – 5-8/190 – 2016 – Oviedo HS – FL Unique talent with arm strength from both sides – carried throws a long way from the OF left handed – spun throws across the infield on stronger angle right handed
Joey Piña C – R/R – 6-1/205 – 2016 – Riverview HS – FL Generated strong throws from compact arm stroke – stronger action into target than from hand – spun ball well for strong carry
Hernen Sardinas OF – L/L – 6-2/205 – 2016 – Christopher Columbus HS – FL Carried throws a long way from the OF on fairly strong angle – generated backspin to keep throws in the air on line to target
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SS Austin James (FIU commit) SS Gary Mattis SS Brandon Chinea (Tennessee commit) OF Justin Farmer
SS Austin James
(FIU commit)
SS Gary Mattis SS Brandon Chinea
(Tennessee commit)
 OF Justin Farmer

TOP FIELDING ABILITY
Name Bio Remarks
Austin James SS – R/R – 6-1/180 – 2016 – Bloomingdale HS – FL Easy and direct to the ball with quickness and control of body – sure handed with clean exchange and quick release – advanced defender with more substance than style
Gary Mattis SS – R/R – 5-10/178 – 2016 – St. Thomas Aquinas – FL Acrobatic infield defender with dynamic ability on the run and off balance – moves instinctually to cover ground and can finish plays – standout range – plays with style similar to Milton Ramos (2013 UA Game participant and NY Mets 3rd rounder in 2014)
Brandon Chinea SS – R/R – 5-9/160 – Florida Christian – FL Instinctual defender with ability to play the game at a very high speed – simple and precise actions without wasted motion – soft and sure hands – excellent body control
Joe Skinner 3B – L/R – 6-2/190 – Bishop Moore HS – FL Brings middle of the field athleticism to a corner position at 3B – moves easily with excellent body control – soft hands – low effort defender – versatile enough to play OF as well
Nick Wilhite OF/LHP – L/L – 5-9/163 – 2016 – Buford HS – GA Easy actions with quick first step and ability to accelerate to cover ground – appears to have usable speed and range to fit CF profile – advanced overall defender with arm strength beyond normal expectation for CF
Joey Piña C – R/R – 6-1/205 – 2016 – Riverview HS – FL Excellent presence behind the plate – instinctual feel for the game – moves quickly and easily from crouch – sits well – sure handed receiver
Santino Miozzi C – R/R – 6-2/200 – 2016 – Eastland Christian – FL Sits low and easy with solid hands and glove action – simple and natural actions to block – advanced catch and throw skills with standout arm strength
Justin Farmer OF – R/R – 6-0/188 – 2017 – Riverview HS – FL Moves easy and naturally – gliding strides cover ground – plays well above stopwatch speed
Brandon Dorsey 3B – R/R – 6-1/195 – 2017 – Calvert Hall HS – MD Game appears to come easily to him – soft hands – keeps feet underneath him and maintains body control – enough arm strength
Austin Wilhite SS/RHP – R/R – 5-9/160 – 2016 – Buford HS – GA Quick first step – ability to cover ground in bursts – combines catch and throw skills with excellent arm strength
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TOP POP TIMES
Time Name Bio Remarks
1.88 Santino Miozzi C – R/R – 6-2/200 – 2016 – Eastland Christian – FL Uncommonly efficient and simple release – everything works together for advanced catch and throw ability – throws had tremendous life into bag
1.89 Joey Piña C – R/R – 6-1/205 – 2016 – Riverview HS – FL Efficient release with quick feet and clean exchange – turned ball around quickly – online carry to target
2.00 Dallas Beaver C – L/R – 6-1/195 – Heritage Christian School – FL Throws jumped from his hand and carried strong thru target
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C Santino Miozzi C Joey Pina C Dallas Beaver (UCF commit) SS/RHP Austin Wilhite (Georgia Tech commit)
C Santino Miozzi C Joey Piña C Dallas Beaver
(UCF commit)
 SS/RHP Austin Wilhite
(Georgia Tech commit)

TOP FASTBALLS
Velo Name Bio Remarks
89 Andrew Belcik 1B/RHP – R/R – 6-2/218 – Eastlake HS – FL 87-89 mph from windup – effectively wild – offers an uncomfortable look for both RHH and LHH
86 Tyler Keysor RHP – R/R – 6-5/195 – 2016 – Olympia HS – FL 85-86 mph with arm side life – leverage body but short stride and upright delivery – can grab more velo and shorten distance of flight
85 Travis Hosterman LHP – L/L – 6-2/195 – 2016 – Hagerty HS – FL 82-85 mph with good downward plane – deceptive delivery – gets in on both LHH and RHH
85 Austin Wilhite SS/RHP – R/R – 5-9/160 – 2016 – Buford HS – GA 83-85 mph consistently around the plate – FB jumped on hitters
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RHP Andrew Belcik

RHP Andrew Belcik

RHP Tyler Keysor

RHP Tyler Keysor

LHP Travis Hosterman (UCF commit)

LHP Travis Hosterman (UCF commit)

TOP BREAKING BALLS
Velo Name Bio Remarks
81 Andrew Belcik 1B/RHP – R/R – 6-2/218 – Eastlake HS – FL Explosive depth at 80-81 mph from windup – a true wipeout slider
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TOP CHANGEUPS
Velo Name Bio Remarks
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BEST FEEL FOR PITCHING
Name Bio Remarks
Travis Hosterman LHP – L/L – 6-2/195 – 2016 – Hagerty HS – FL got FB in to both LHH and RHH – control more than command this outing – more feel for secondary stuff likely when at full strength – hadn't thrown much prior to this outing – signs of advanced 3 pitch mix
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2014 Team One Florida – Top Tools

Desmond Lindsay

Desmond Lindsay

Jonathan India

Jonathan India

Lucius Fox, Jr.

Lucius Fox, Jr.

Hernen Sardinas

Hernen Sardinas

TOP RUNNING TIMES
60 Yards Name Bio
6.46 Lucius Fox Jr. MIF – 2015 – Delray Beach – FL
6.65 Desmond Lindsay 1B/3B – 2015 – Bradenton
6.65 Bryan Scheker OF – 2015 – Clermont – FL
6.70 Trent Bryan MIF – 2015 – Miami Beach – FL
6.75 Jonathan India MIF – 2015 – Coral Springs – FL
6.78 Jacob Silverstein OF – 2015 – Seminole – FL
6.81 Kelvin Omar Fontanez OF – 2015 – Fajardo – PR
6.87 Joseph Perez MIF – 2015 – Cayey – PR
6.88 Edwin Muniz C – 2015 – Palm Bay – FL
6.91 Jason Aponte OF – 2015 – Loxahatchee – FL
6.91 Brendan Brundage RHP/OF – 2015 – Coconut Creek – FL
6.93 Yomar Valentin MIF – 2015 – Manati – PR
6.97 Trenton McGhee 3B – 2015 – Jacksonville – FL
6.97 Hernen Sardinas OF – 2016 – Miami – FL
6.97 Derek Schwimer OF – 2016 – Port St. Lucie – FL

Tyler Anshaw

Kevin Barbato

Manny Pantaleon

TOP HITTING ABILITY
Name Bio Remarks
Tyler Anshaw SS – 2015 – Port St. Lucie – FL Advanced feel for hitting – loose and easy left handed stroke – quick to contact – line drives from gap to gap
Adam Asker OF – 2015 – Tallahassee – FL Better in game at bats than in BP – big swing with aggressive move thru contact – knack for hard contact – quality AB against tough LHP – has feel for hitting
Kevin Barbato C/OF – 2015 – Palmetto Bay – FL Has bat speed and ability accelerate barrel thru contact – has some style to his setup and prep action – but more than enough substance to back it up – hard contact to pull and oppo fields
David Chabut SS – 2015 – Loganville – GA Low heartbeat hitter – stays calm and maintains confident presence in box – sees the ball very well – quick hands and accurate with barrel – better in game AB than in BP – advanced feel for hitting
Lucius Fox Jr. SS/3B – 2015 – Delray Beach – FL Switch hitter – appears to be more advanced LHH – short to contact such that he's nearly inside out – line drive spray type with ability to hit hard line drives the other way – loose swing with ability to accelerate the barrel – functional RHH – approach appears to mesh with speed
Max Guzman 1B/3B – 2016 – Miami – FL Loose and full right handed stroke with ability to consistently find the barrel – this despite what appears to be a power oriented approach
Jonathan India SS – 2015 – Coral Springs – FL Featured rhythm to hit along with advanced feel for hitting – quick with barrel to contact followed by a loose move thru the zone – made consistent hard contact
Desmond Lindsay 1B – 2015 – Bradenton – FL Setup and prep resemble that of Albert Pujols – featured lightning quick hands to contact along with the ability to accelerate the barrel thru contact – rotated core to deliver the barrel and apply strength thru contact – resulting action off barrel was staggering at times – stands in well in game at bats and has no trouble getting barrel to quality stuff
Angel Lopez C – 2015 – Canovanas – PR Showed feel for barrel along with ability to get it quickly to contact – accelerated thru contact at times – strong thru contact consistently thanks to good rotation of core – hit the ball hard back up the middle of the field
Trenton McGhee 3B – 2015 – Jacksonville – FL Quick twitch athlete with a compact stroke and strength thru contact – very fast to contact – line drive stroke
Manny Pantaleon OF – 2015 – Coral Springs – FL Classic left handed stroke – low effort and balanced – delivered barrel consistently to contact
Bryan Scheker OF – 2015 – Clermont – FL Balanced approach with rhythm to hit – simple right handed stroke – has feel for hitting – made obvious adjustments with two strikes
Derek Schwimer OF – 2016 – Port St. Lucie – FL Has rhythm to hit along with hand-eye coordination – advanced feel for hitting for 2016 grad – quick hands to contact – left handed line drive stroke
Yomar Valentin SS – 2015 – Manati – PR Switch hitter with advanced left handed stroke and feel for hitting – line drive stroke with loose move thru the zone – hit the ball hard back up the middle of the field – solid right handed stroke

Julian Infante

Adam Asker

Bryan Scheker

TOP RAW POWER
Name Bio Remarks
Kevin Barbato C/OF – 2015 – Palmetto Bay – FL Has ability to impact the ball – stroke more suited for line drives now – long levers at 6-foot-2 and 195 pounds – future power
Isaiah Cullum C – 2015 – Bushnell – FL Impacted the ball very well – especially to the opposite field – drove the ball very well from left center around thru right center – climbing backspin after good exit from barrel
Max Guzman 1B/3B – 2016 – Miami – FL Impressive ability to impact the ball – doesn't look to make contact but instead to harm the ball – drove with authority from LF around to RCF
Jonathan India SS – 2015 – Coral Springs – FL Power is generated as byproduct of hard line drives from gap to gap – more suited for doubles than to get the ball up in the air and out of the ballpark – though he is certainly capable of that as well
Julian Infante 3B – 2015 – Cutler Bay – FL Got the ball up in the air easily – drove quite a few a long way to pull side in both BP and also in game at bats on day two – makes a full move with speed and strength applied thru contact
JP Lagreco C – 2015 – Pearl River – LA Got the ball up in the air with ease to the pull side in BP – made good passes against good stuff in game at bats – power appears to be usable – strong with broad shoulders – projectable power
Desmond Lindsay 1B – 2015 – Bradenton – FL Combination of speed and strength thru contact allowed him to drive the ball a long way to CF and RCF – hit a couple of opposite field HR and drove it off the top of the fence just to RCF side of batters eye in a big ballpark (400+ feet with wood bat) – put on a truly impressive display of power to a rarely visited part of the field for a right handed hitter
Angel Lopez C – 2015 – Canovanas – PR Hitting ability appears to be ahead of raw power – able to drive balls past CF to both gaps – backspin line drives that travel
Hernen Sardinas OF – 2016 – Miami – FL Easily drove balls out to pull side with wood bat – has ability to impact the ball – strong thru contact
Bryan Scheker OF – 2015 – Clermont – FL Best power may be to right center field – have seen it from him several times now – loose and easy thru contact to create backspin – generates power without changing regular approach
Zachary Zubia 1B – 2016 – Richmond – TX Ball jumped off bat – drove easily from gap to gap

TOP ARM STRENGTH
Name Bio Remarks
Kevin Barbato C/OF – 2015 – Palmetto Bay – FL Arm works a little stiff but he spins the ball great – works flat thru the target from behind the plate
Emmanuel Bejerano C – 2015 – West Palm Beach – FL Throws left his hand with life – carried thru target on slight downward angle – quick release makes arm usable
Brendon Brundage OF – 2015 – Coconut Creek – FL Loose and quick arm stroke – accurate throws that arrived on strong trajectory
Lucius Fox Jr. SS/3B – 2015 – Delray Beach – FL Spun the ball easily at less than full effort – throws climbed across the infield – didn't lose much zip when off balance or on the run – 88 mph
Jonathan India SS – 2015 – Coral Springs – FL Spins the ball easily across the infield regardless of where his feet are – can accelerate his arm thru release and grab more when he needs it – 87 mph
Julian Infante 3B – 2015 – Cutler Bay – FL Throws climbed across the infield from 3B – touched 89 from the mound
Angel Lopez C – 2015 – Canovanas – PR Throws work thru bag on a strong trajectory – fly better than 85 mph velo would indicate
Julio Medina OF – 2015 – Debary – FL Throws left hand with life – flashed ability to carry to plate on solid trajectory (touched 87 off mound)
Manny Pantaleon OF – 2015 – Coral Springs – FL Without much momentum to target he drove throws in from OF on strong trajectory with long hop – projectable
Jacob Silverstein OF – 2015 – Seminole – FL 88 mph – left hand with sizzle and stayed in the air very well on line – quick release makes it usable

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Angel Lopez

Yomar Valentin

David_Chabut

TOP FIELDING ABILITY
Name Bio Remarks
Tyler Anshaw SS – 2015 – Port St. Lucie – FL Excellent hands and reactions – has body control and ability to catch & throw – capable at either left side infield spot – makings of standout defender at 3B
David Chabut SS – 2015 – Loganville – GA Great glove man with versatile defensive skills that work anywhere in the infield – sure handed – stays calm and under control – quick release when needed – ability to make plays on the run and to complete plays from multiple arm angles
Kelvin Omar Fontanez OF – 2015 – Fajardo – PR Fluid actions – efficient with footwork to close on ball and generate momentum thru to target
Lucius Fox Jr. SS/3B – 2015 – Delray Beach – FL Easy actions with soft sure hands – stay down and thru play on ball – made off balance and ranging plays look easy
Jonathan India SS – 2015 – Coral Springs – FL Precise actions with body control – moved easily and stayed down with the play on the ball – ranged a long way from SS on a popup down the LF line – instinctually capable with advanced physical skills
Angel Lopez C – 2015 – Canovanas – PR Advanced defensive catcher without apparent weakness or flaws – everything he does is low to the ground – works naturally from a crouch to receive and block – catch and throw skills are standout as well
Edwin Muniz C – 2015 – Palm Bay – FL Athletic defender behind the plate – moves well from crouch – sat well and moved quickly to block – solid catch & throw skills
David Vazquez SS – 2017 – Pembroke Pines – FL Moved light on feet and maintained excellent control of body – showed catch and throw skills on the run – future defensive standout
Yomar Valentin SS – 2015 – Manati – PR Advanced infield defender with precise actions and body control – no wasted motion or effort – soft sure hands – catch and throw skills

TOP POP TIMES
Time Name Bio Remarks
1.90 Angel Lopez C – 2015 – Canovanas – PR 1.90 – 1.97
1.92 Emmanuel Bejerano C – 2015 – West Palm Beach – FL 1.92 – 1.97

TOP FASTBALLS
Velo Name Bio Remarks
93 Hunter Bowling LHP – 2015 – Lake Worth – FL Pitched 90-91 from high three quarters angle – touched 93
91 Andrew Cabezas RHP – 2015 – Miami Gardens – FL Worked 87-89 with late run and some sink – touched 91 – FB really alive in zone
90 Philip Sieli RHP – 2015 – Wellington – FL Pitched 86-88 and touched 90
89 Julian Infante RHP – 2015 – Cutler Bay – FL Threw harder from the stretch (86-88) – touched 89
89 Trent Vietmeier RHP – 2017 – Pittsburgh – PA Worked 86-87 from windup and stretch – filled up zone – touched 89
88 Cameron Kremers LHP – 2015 – Beeville – TX Pitched 84-87 with some arm side life – 6-foot-8 frame with long limbs made it FB appear much firmer than upper 80's – touched 88
87 Ryan McKay RHP – 2015 – Merritt Island – FL Worked between 85-87 – sneaky FB with excellent downward angle
87 Julio Medina RHP – 2015 – Debary – FL Flashed a couple of 87 – big velocity variance – worked 82-84 primarily

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Hunter Bowling

Philip Sieli

Zachary Zubia

TOP BREAKING BALLS
Velo Name Bio Remarks
82 Hunter Bowling LHP – 2015 – Lake Worth – FL Late two plane action in low 80's – appeared to be just about handing it to the catcher with the long limbs of his 6-foot-7 inch frame
81 Andrew Cabezas RHP – 2015 – Miami Gardens – FL Sharp 11-5 action – around plate – 78-81 mph
71 Julian Infante RHP – 2015 – Cutler Bay – FL Spun it as well as anyone – really snapped a few – feel and consistency along with added velocity could come with more time on the mound
78 Cameron Kremers LHP – 2015 – Beeville – TX Threw upper 60's curve and upper 70's slider – had feel for both but slider had better depth and shape
75 Ryan McKay RHP – 2015 – Merritt Island – FL Depth to near 12-6 action in mid 70's from high slot
73 Philip Sieli RHP – 2015 – Wellington – FL Usable pitch he was able to throw in the zone – 11-5 shape with depth in the low 70's
73 Zachary Zubia RHP – 2016 – Richmond – TX Arm stroke has future power – curve had depth to 11-5 shape in low 70's – FB up to 84 but projectable for much more

Trent Vietmeier

Cameron Kremers

Ryan McKay

TOP CHANGEUPS
Velo Name Bio Remarks
81 Hunter Bowling LHP – 2015 – Lake Worth – FL Maintained arm speed and got some tailing arm side life
74 Julian Infante RHP – 2015 – Cutler Bay – FL Generated sinking action – showed surprising feel for it as a secondary guy – mid 70's velo

BEST FEEL FOR PITCHING
Name Bio Remarks
Andrew Cabezas RHP – 2015 – Miami Gardens – FL Competed in the zone with FB and CB – change was reliable third pitch at times
Philip Sieli RHP – 2015 – Wellington – FL Pitched exclusively from the stretch – challenged hitters with upper 80's fastball – CB for strikes
Trent Vietmeier RHP – 2017 – Pittsburgh – PA Worked fast and pounded the zone – primarily worked off FB – indications of feel for change – breaking ball around plate

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2014 Under Armour Memorial Day Classic – Team Capsules

Teams are organized by pool (by age division) in the menu at the top of each section. Simply scroll down for an alphabetical listing of teams (by age division).

* PLEASE NOTE: Players that are written up on the scouting blog were identified by our scouting staff based on the demonstration of notable tool(s) 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.

18U DIVISION          (Go to 16u Division | Go to 14u Division)

A’s Baseball 18 Elite

#1 Hector Montano – LHP | L/L | 5-9/165 | 2014 | Florida Elite / Calusa Prep | Miami, FL
5/23/14 – Fastball topped 92, sat 87-89 with slight cut action. Loose delivery, quick arm action. Worked outer third of plate to LHH and RHH with mostly FB, mixed in a handful of sliders in low 70s as needed.

#0 Miguel Escarri – 2B | R/R | 5-10/165 | 2015 | Florida Elite / Calusa Prep | Miami, FL
5/23/14 – Instinctual player with great energy and aggressive, competitive approach to the game. Ran the bases well, heads up and aggressive to take an extra base. Made solid contact for a pair of hits, used the whole field. Moved well defensively and showed solid actions.

#16 Luis Machado – RHP | R/R | 6-5/235 | 2015 | Florida Elite / Calusa Prep | Miami, FL
5/23/14 – Fastball at 87-88 and touched 91. Slow tempo delivery made fastball appear to jump from his hand. Breaking ball had great depth into low 70s with 11-5 shape. Went right after hitters with quality two pitch mix, aggressive with fastball and mixed in only the handful of breaking balls necessary.

#77 Alex Nodarse – LHP | L/L | 5-10/160 | 2015 | Florida Christian HS | Coral Gables, FL
5/24/14 – Fastball 78-84, sat 81-82 with arm side tail. Curveball 65-69 with some depth. Worked both sides of plate with FB and secondary. Good mound presence with advanced feel for pitching. Balanced delivery, got great extension out front with his pitches.

#23 Raul Mercado – MIF | S/R | 5-10/165 | 2015 | Florida Elite / Calusa Prep | Miami, FL
5/25/14 – High energy player with quick twitch actions and good field presence. Throws had carry across the infield. Line drive type hitter.

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A’s Baseball 18 Select

OF Hernen Sardinas

OF Hernen Sardinas

#41 Ozzie Millet – 3B | R/R | 6-0/185 | 2016 | Terra HS | Miami, FL
5/23/14 – Hit the ball hard three times, made several good passes against mid to upper 80s velocity. Has a short stroke with hand-eye coordination and bat speed, along with good path thru the zone. Solid actions and 3B, hands were soft and arm worked well. Has good overall presence about him.

#80 Hernen Sardinas – OF | L/L | 6-2/195 | 2016 | Calusa Prep | Miami, FL
5/24/14 – Big, athletic body with solid build. Good approach to hit, smooth swing, keeps weight back. Drove RBI double to RF. Aggressive hitter, ready to attack pitches in zone. Accurate throwing arm from RF, threw out a runner at 2B. Got good jumps on balls in the OF. Got down the line in 4.3 to 4.4 range from the left side of the plate. Played hard, high energy guy.

#14 Ruben Someillan – CF | L/R | 5-8/145 | 2016 | Florida Christian | Miami, FL
5/24/14 – Small frame, athletic build. Opposite field approach with good plate discipline,. Showed willingness to bunt for a hit. Quick on the bases, got good jumps allowing him to translate his speed well. Got down the line in 4.2 from the left side.

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Boca Thunder Baseball

IF Evan Schaffner

IF Evan Schaffner

#1 Adam Saks – RHP/2B | R/R | 5-10/150 | 2015 | Pine Crest | Delray Beach, FL
5/24/14 – Touched 88, commanded 84-85 with arm side run. Curve was 63-68 with 10-4 shape. Possible two way guy, swung the bat well also.

#2 Evan Schaffner – IF | R/R | 6-3/155 | 2015 | Pope John Paul | Boynton Beach, FL
5/24/14 – Good frame, athletic build. Went 1 for 3 with 2 SB, including an 8 pitch at bat. Got down the line in 4.13 on bunt, 4.5 on swing. Showed arm strength and ability to carry the ball across the infield. Played with good energy, good first step and read off the bat. Solid approach at the plate, hands stay back, flat thru the zone

#14 Evan Klugerman – C | R/R | 6-2/210 | 2015 | University School | Weston, FL
5/24/14 – Solid build at 6-foot-2 and 210 pounds. Barreled up two balls, hard contact to pull and oppo side. Reached good hitting position, has hand-eye coordination for barrel accuracy. Gap to gap type hitter. Raw arm strength is ahead of catch and throw skills, 2.3 pop times now with potential to improve.

#11 Mitchell Carroll – RHP | R/R | 6-1/160 | 2015 | Highlands Christian HS | Coral Springs, FL
5/24/14 – Fastball sat 86-87, touched 91. Spun a mid 70s breaking ball. Medium frame, athletic build. Featured arm strength and quality stuff above feel for pitching.

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RHP Triston McKenzie

RHP Triston McKenzie

#24 Triston McKenzie – RHP | R/R | 6-5/165 | 2015 | Royal Palm Beach HS | Loxahatchee, FL
5/24/14 – Long and wiry frame at 6-foot-5 and 165 pounds. Arm worked with standout arm speed out front, ball got out of hand with life and easy velocity. Topped 92, pitched right around 90. Commanded FB to both sides of the plate. Mid 70s breaking ball had tight spin and some depth down and across the zone. Appeared to stick with two pitches, little evidence of a third pitch.

#23 Austin Smith – RHP | R/R | 6-4/200 | 2015 | Park Vista HS | Boynton Beach, FL
5/24/14 – Large frame with room to fill out at 6-foot-4 and 200 pounds. Fastball sat in upper 80s and topped at 91. Arm worked free and easy, generated velocity with low effort. Spun a tight breaking ball with depth in mid to upper 70s. Fastball cut more than it moved to his arm side. Committed to Florida Atlantic University.

#16 Colin Smith – RHP/OF | R/R | 6-0/205 | 2015 | Park Vista HS | Lake Worth, FL
5/24/14 – Stocky, solid build. FB 85-87 with arm side tail and down angle. Commanded FB in and out. 73 CB with tight spin and depth, used more for out pitch than to land it.

RHP Austin Smith

RHP Austin Smith

#4 Tyler Frank – SS/3B | R/R | 5-11/175 | 2015 | American Heritage | Loxahatchee, FL
5/24/14 – Athletic body, appeared to have good speed on the bases. Good hitting approach, showed plate discipline and strike zone knowledge with 3 BB. Generates bat speed with coordinated stroke. Doubled to LCF gap. Soft hands defensively, moved feet well and took good angles to ground balls, had body control to react to bad hop.

#3 Dakota Julylia – SS/2B | R/R | 5-10/175 | 2015 | Park Vista HS | Lake Worth, FL
5/24/14 – Showed a great feel for the game in the way he ran the bases, moved with awareness defensively and handled the bat. Nice balanced offensive approach, consistently hit line drives to CF and LCF. Battled with two strikes. Ran the bases well. Showed excellent defensive range, soft hands and a quick release.

#22 Dylan Gordon – RHP | R/R | 6-2/150 | 2015 | American Heritage | Ocean Ridge, FL
5/24/14 – Long lanky body, has room to fill out. Explosive fastball, reached 87-88 with late sink. Sharp curveball with 11-5 shape in the low 70s. Worked fast and threw two pitches consistently around the plate. Long, whippy arm action. Ball jumped from his hand.

#27 Colton Rendon – RHP | R/R | 6-3/210 | 2016 | Dwyer HS | Jupiter, FL
5/25/14 – Fastball 83-85 with downward angle and some occasional cut action. Curve had mid depth in upper 60s with 11-5 shape. Physical young pitcher with a large frame.

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Florida Bandits

#5 Cody Cannon – SS | R/R | 6-0/180 | 2015 | Umatilla (FL) HS
5/24/14 – Good strong build with athletic look. Balanced to hit, simple approach. Stays back well on breaking balls, kept hands back singled back up the middle of the field. Defensively, feet worked well and he showed good hands.

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Florida Legends 2014

#56 Ian Exposito – LHP | 2014 | Palmetto HS
5/25/14 – Fastball 83-86 with excellent run and sink action. Featured an excellent change with sink at 73-75. Breaking ball 64-66 with late depth to 1-7 action. Commanded all three pitches, worked both sides of the plate and changed speeds – has an advanced feel for pitching. Threw a complete game, lost 1-0 in a hard fought game.

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Florida Legends 2015

#19 Danny Vaughn – 3B/RHP | L/R | 6-0/185 | 2015 | South Dade HS | Homestead, FL
5/24/14 – Good body and good body language. Showed feel for the game in the way he ran the bases and handled the bat. Drove in runs via sac fly, triple and a good situational two strike at bat. Showed good actions in the field, along with soft hands and arm strength.

#28 Jose Gorordo – RHP | R/R | 6-0/165 | 2015 | South Dade HS | Homestead, FL
5/24/14 – Fastball 84-89, sat 86-87. Curve was 73-79, with highest velocity instances showing the most promise. Change was throw around 74. Featured a quick arm and loose delivery, was able to spin the ball well at times. Showed some feel for pitching, threw enough strikes to be effective.

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Jacksonville Warriors 17 Black

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Jacksonville Warriors 17 White

1B/C Kyle Jenkins

1B/C Kyle Jenkins

#26 Kyle Jenkins – 1B/C | R/R | 6-0/200 | 2015 | Mandarin HS | Jacksonville, FL
5/24/14 – Solid athletic build. Short, compact stroke. Keeps weight back and works barrel thru the zone well. Very good defensive 1B with good footwork and soft hands. 1.9 to 2.0 pop times behind the plate, quick feet and strong arm to catch and throw. Good base and receiving skills.

#32 Keenan Bell – OF | L/L | 6-3/215 | 2016 | Stanton Prep HS | Jacksonville, FL
5/24/14 – Committed to the University of Florida. Athletic with big body and strong build. Showed ability to barrel the ball up, doubled once to each gap. Hit ball where it was pitched, and with authority – especially to the pull side. Instinctual base runner, made good reads on dirt balls.

Keenan Bell

OF Keenan Bell (Univ. of Florida commit)

#2 Mike Cassala – C | R/R | 6-0/175 | 2015 | Bartram Trail HS | St. Johns, FL
5/24/14 – Good receiver with soft hands, stayed low and presented a good target. Aggressive to throw, looking to throw behind guys and made throws both from his feet and his knees. As good as 2.05 release times standing up, closer to 2.2 from his knees. Made hard contact on multiple occasions, both to the opposite field.

#10 Jordan Kennedy – RHP/IF | R/R | 6-2/180 | 2015 | Baker County HS | Glen St. Mary, FL
5/25/14 – Fastball 83-87. Effectively wild within the zone. Curveball 76-78 with tight, late 10-4 action. Showed change in low 70s with slight fade action. Live arm. Loose, lanky frame. Repeats delivery.

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#7 Jordan Stacey – SS | R/R | 5-10/190 | 2014 | Episcopal HS | Jacksonville, FL
5/24/14 – Good range and lateral movement defensively, made nice play in 5 hole to catch and throw on a backhand, also ranged up the middle. Showed a strong arm across the infield, along with the ability to make a variety of throws. Balanced offensive approach. Short compact stroke with potential for gap to gap power. Committed to Florida State College of Jacksonville.

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Palm Beach Select 17

#5 Brock Minich – RHP | R/R | 6-5/190 | 2015 | Jupiter (FL) HS
5/23/14 – Big body at 6-foot-5, projectable physically with room to fill out. Arm worked well, topped at 86 and sat a couple mph below that. Spun low 70s breaking ball with promise.

#16 Tyler Huggins – C | R/R | 6-2/180 | 2015 | Park Vista HS | Boynton Beach, FL
5/23/14 – Talented defensive catcher with good presence and an apparent feel for the game. Showed off his catch and throw skills to cut down several runners. Pop times around 2.05, arm strong and accurate. Walked twice and singled, athletic build at 6-foot-2 and 180 pounds.

#25 Chad Tworek – RHP | R/R | 6-1/175 | 2015 | Santaluces HS | Lake Worth, FL
5/23/14 – Topped at 86, sat 83 with arm side run and slight sink. Funky delivery, closed off front side to hide the ball and offer deception to hitter. Curve in low 70s with good depth. Around the plate with FB and CB, with combo of deception and FB life enough to generate mostly weak contact.

#17 Hunter Whitman – LHP | L/L | 6-5/200 | 2015 | Dwyer HS | Palm Beach Gardens, FL
5/24/14 – Fastball 84-89, sat 86 with arm side tail. Curveball was thrown in the low 70s with 1-7 shape. Projectable body, large frame at 6-foot-5 and 200 pounds. Has arm strength and generated down angle on FB.

#57 Mac Lemieux – LHP | L/L | 6-3/200 | 2015 | Jupiter HS | Tequesta, FL
5/24/14 – Fastball 83-87, sat 84 with arm side run. Deceptive delivery with slight pause at balance point. Ball got out of hand free and easy. Curve was 67-73 with 2-8 shape, snapped it off with tight spin and depth. Change was 75-78 with slight tumble, used as his third pitch. Stuff is dynamic with life after leaving his hand well. Good athlete with two-way potential.

#1 Jacob Koos – OF/2B | L/R | 5-11/160 | 2015 | Wellington (FL) HS
5/25/14 – Repeatedly showed a knack for finding the barrel over the course of a couple of games. Hit the ball very hard to the opposite field, stayed back and tracked pitches well. Got down the line as well as 4.2 from the left side. Heads up base runner.

#7 Matt Morales – SS | R/R | 5-10/165 | 2015 | Wellington (FL) HS
5/25/14 – Well rounded player with usable hit and field tools. Has athleticism and feel for the game. Got down the line as well as 4.27 from the right side of the plate.

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PBC Gameday Elite 17

#20 William Guay – RHP | R/R | 6-4/200 | 2015 | Palm Beach Gardens (FL) HS
5/23/14 – Showed some command of 84-86 FB with arm side run, kept it down in the zone well. CB was 69-71 with good bite to 11-5 action. Worked quick, settled down after first inning and improved velocity along with command and feel for his stuff. Large frame at 6-foot-4 and 200 pounds, showed glimpses of excellent two pitch mix – breaking ball has potential to develop into swing and miss offering.

#5 Harley Sanicky – 2B | R/R | 5-11/165 | 2015 | Palm Beach Gardens (FL) HS
5/25/14 – Hits from open stance, well balanced offensive approach. Handled breaking ball well – doubled down the left field line and lined out on off speed pitches. Ran bases well, showed some speed and played with high energy. Sure hands defensively.

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South Florida Breakers 17 Blue

#1 Bryce Keller – 2B | R/R | 5-8/175 | 2015 | Pompano Beach (FL) HS
5/24/14 – Line drive hitter with hand-eye coordination. Kept hands back on off speed pitches well, and worked barrel thru the zone on a good path. Collected solid hits to LF and CF.

#7 David Carnicella – SS | S/R | 6-1/185 | 2015 | Oxbridge Academy | West Palm Beach, FL
5/24/14 – Switch hitter on the roster, took his at bats from the left side today. Spray hitter, used the whole field. Got a solid single up the middle, and bounced a single thru the infield the other way. Showed good footwork and range up the middle, along with soft hands and a strong arm.

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South Florida Breakers 17 White

#16 Julian Cabrera – C | R/R | 6-1/205 | 2015 | University School | Davie, FL
5/25/15 – Aggressive to throw from behind the plate. Threw behind runner at 1B and threw out base stealer at 2B, pop times in 2.1 range. Received well, solid all around behind the plate. Short, quick right handed stroke. Balanced approach, simple stroke.

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South Florida Clippers 18

LHP Clayton Morell

LHP Clayton Morell

#54 Clayton Morell – LHP | 6-2/165 | 2015 | Kings Academy | Boynton Beach, FL
5/24/14 – Pitched 84-86, topped 88. Commanded FB in and out, had some heavy arm side life. Showed feel for change in mid to upper 70s. Used breaking balls when ahead in count. Featured a 78-80 slider / cutter type pitch and a sweeping curve in the upper 60s. Aggressive to zone with best stuff.

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TigerTown Tigers

#11 Leo Rodriguez – RHP | R/R | 6-1/195 | 2015 | Mount Dora (FL) HS
5/23/14 – FB touched 87, consistently 84-86 with heavy arm side life. CB 71-73 with 10-4 angle across the plate and down thru the zone. Threw CH with good arm action in mid 70s. Effectively mixed pitches. Balanced, simple delivery allowed him to work around the plate with FB and secondary stuff. Arm worked fine from the glove and with quickness out front.

#18 Joshua Lowe – RHP/SS | S/R | 6-3/185 | 2016 | Pope HS | Marietta, GA
5/24/14 – Projectable body with long limbs and good proportions. Left handed gap power, drove it there twice. Aggressive on the bases, stretched a single into a double and scored on a single to RF – has some speed, and it’s usable on the bases. Short to ball, stayed thru it and got great extension. Have not seen any right handed at bats yet.
5/24/14 – Fastball 83-86 from over top angle. Gather and go type delivery, with short knee lift. Didn’t lose any velocity from the stretch, in fact his best fastballs came with runners on. Breaking ball had some late bend in the mid to upper 70s. Aggressive with arm strength and a lot of room to develop further, has potential for big fastball.

#19 Cash Case – SS/2B | S/R | 6-1/178 | 2017 | Montverde Academy | Mt. Dora, FL
5/25/14 – Has good hands to hit, worked barrel thru the zone well and showed extra base power. Tripled twice down the right field line from the left side of the plate, turned in 4.4 range. Made several nice plays at SS, showed range to glove side along with quick reactions and arm strength across the diamond. High energy player.

#8 Hayden Miller – OF | R/R | 6-3/195 | 2016 | Pope HS | Marietta, GA
5/25/14 – Tall, athletic build. Got barrel to zone quickly and showed strength thru contact to generate gap to gap power and for hard contact to the opposite field. Kept hands back on off speed pitches, and showed good plate discipline.

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A’s Baseball 16 Elite

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A’s Baseball 16 Select

#16 Julian Peralta – RHP | R/R | 5-8/140 | 2017 | Florida Christian HS | Coral Gables, FL
5/24/14 – Threw a complete game shutout. Strike thrower with low to mid 70s fastball, mixed in low to mid 60s breaking ball.

#6 Andre Perez – SS | R/R | 5-9/150 | 2017 | Terra HS | Miami, FL
5/24/14 – An instinctual player with a good presence on the field. Appeared to get around the bases with some speed. Positioned himself well defensively and adjusted with counts and situations. Took great angles to the ball and showed an accurate arm. Hit from a good base, threw the bat head and stayed level through the zone.

#2 Alec Ulloa – 2B/SS | R/R | 5-8/165 | 2016 | Terra HS | Miami, FL
5/24/14 – Baseball player type with a good feel for the game. Made hard contact in several at bats, and handled the bat well in general. Showed solid actions along with some range at 2B, made a nice play moving to his glove side.

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Boca Thunder 16U

#35 Matthew Urbanek – RHP | R/R | 5-11/170 | 2016 | Pope John Paul II HS | Boca Raton, FL
5/24/14 – Allowed just one unearned run in a good outing. Upper 70s fastball had slight arm side run. Spun upper 60s breaking ball with some depth to 11-5 shape.

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Coastal Prospects 2015

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Coastal Prospects American

LHP Zachary Blankenship

LHP Zachary Blankenship

#37 Zachary Blankenship – LHP | L/L | 6-0/190 | 2016 | Fleming Island | Orange Park, FL
5/24/14 – Bulldog on the mound with excellent mound presence. Mixed pitches well. FB sat 79-81 with good arm side run. CB 62-64 with tight 2-8 rotation. Pitched 5 solid innings.

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Coastal Prospects National

OF Keilin Washington

OF Keilin Washington

#12 Keilin Washington – OF | L/R | 5-5/130 | 2017 | Eagles View Academy | Orange Park, FL
5/25/14 – Went 2 for 3 with a two strike single and SB. Also tripled and drove in game winning run. 4.44 on turn on 3B over RF head, drove it a long way. Athletic frame. Hits to all fields, line drive approach. Level thru zone. Good bat speed and strength for size. Made nice diving play in CF to save a run, got good reads off the bat.

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Columbus Explorers 16 Blue

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Columbus Explorers 16 White

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Eagles Baseball

LHP Jake Eder

LHP Jake Eder

#9 Luis Beltran – SS | R/R | 5-10/160 | 2016 | Atlantic Community HS | Delray Beach, FL
5/25/14 – In the infield, athletic setup with sure hands. Made nice plays to glove side. Showed good lateral movement and range. Exchange is clean and quick. Has the arm to play at the next level. At the plate, shows good approach with knowledge of the strike zone. Swing path is level, made consistent contact. Line drive type hitter.

#15 Jake Eder – LHP | L/L | 6-2/170 | 2017 | Atlantic Community HS | Ocean Ridge, FL
5/25/14 – Fluid actions. FB had good arm side run, sat 80-84 with fastball. Has body and size to get FB into upper 80s as he matures physically. Works quick, attacked zone. Commanded FB to both sides of the plate. Curve had 1-7 shape in low 70s.

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Easton Rockets 16

C Michael Rothenberg

C Michael Rothenberg

#25 Justin Alintoff – RHP | R/R | 6-1/180 | 2017 | Dwyer HS | Jupiter, FL
5/24/14 – Tall, lanky body. Deceptive motion, hides the ball well. Fastball 79-81 with arm side run. Effective curveball with 10-4 action, can throw it for strikes. Consistently around the zone with fastball and breaking ball.

#77 Kristopher Armstrong – RHP | S/R | 6-3/185 | 2018 | Benjamin School | Jupiter, FL
5/24/14 – Pitched at 84, hit 86 numerous times. FB had arm side run and in good life in general. Curveball was 65-66 with 11-5 action. Also showed a cutter in the mid to upper 70s. Showed good feel for pitching, changed speeds and showed signs of command.

#15 Jack Iervolino – RHP | R/R | 6-0/200 | 2017 | Dwyer HS | Palm Beach Gardens, FL
5/25/14 – Big, durable body. Consistently in the strke zone with FB 83-86. Sharp 66-69 curveball with 11-5 shape. Spotted an effective change as well. Quick feet on picks to 1B. Threw four shutout innings.

#8 Udie Summerall – 1B | L/R | 6-3/230 | 2016 | Palm Beach Gardens HS | Lake Park, FL
5/25/14 – Soft hands and good glove work defensively. At the plate, featured a good left handed swing with power and barrel accuracy. Made hard contact to pull side, including a ball to RCF gap.
5/25/14 – Pitched 79-81, touched 82. Clean arm stroke. Curve was an effective pitch with 10-4 shape in the mid 60s. Around the zone, changed speeds, challenged hitters.

#3 Michael Rothenberg – C | S/R | 6-2/180 | 2017 | Pine Crest School | Boca Raton, FL
5/25/14 – Release times around 2.05-2.1 with accuracy. Low target behind the plate. Blocked well and showed quick feet. Nice swing from both sides of the plate. Doubled from the left side and singled from the right side.

RHP James Reynolds

RHP James Reynolds

#17 James Reynolds – RHP | R/R | 5-11/180 | 2016 | Jupiter (FL) HS
5/25/14 – Fastball 84-86 with arm side tail and sink. Curveball 74 with tight spin and sharp action. In the zone, commanded both FB and breaking ball. Bulldog mentality, combined aggressive approach with command to make it quite difficult on opposing hitters.

#4 Derek Schwimer – OF | L/R | 6-0/145 | 2016 | Lincoln Park Academy | Port St. Lucie, FL
5/26/14 – Loose left handed stroke. Quick hands to zone. Good runner down the line, easily into 4.3 range from the left side of the plate. Ran down several balls in CF with combo of speed and route, easy run stride.

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Florida Legends 2016

C Ernesto Perez

C Ernesto Perez

#6 Felix Garcia – RHP | R/R | 5-11/165 | 2015 | Palmetto HS | Miami, FL
5/25/14 – Slender, athletic body. Clean delivery, arm worked well. FB 84-86 with arm side tail and sink. CB in low 70s with two plane break. Got through one inning of work with minimal number of pitches.

#29 Ernesto Perez – C | R/R | 6-1/190 | 2016 | South Miami Senior HS | Hialeah, FL
5/25/14 – Big athletic body. Moves well laterally behind the plate to block everthing. Received well also. Pop time of 2.06. Showed pull power at the plate, generated bat speed from hip rotation. Collected two hits including a line drive double down the line, makes an aggressive move thru the zone.

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Florida Legends 2017

INF Freddy Zamora

INF Freddy Zamora

#2 Freddy Zamora – SS | R/R | 6-1/160 | 2017 | Killian HS | Miami, FL
5/24/14 – Shows good range and quick feet. Soft hands with clean exchange and fluid actions. Made two backhand plays along with an unassisted double play. Body has size and stregnth, should continue to get bigger and stronger as he gets older. Arm is already a plus. Balanced approach at the plate with a good idea of the strike zone. Level path, made consistent hard contact. Showed warning track power, hit two doubles and a deep sac fly.

#37 Eddy Arteaga – C | L/R | 6-0/205 | Killian HS | Miami, FL
5/24/14 – Sets up well behind the plate, solid receiver. Got around balls in the dirt to block, showed quick feet. Pop time around 2.15 with clean, quick exchange. Throws had life from hand and carry into target. At the plate, hit from an open setup with toe tap stride to get back to square. Barrel explodes thru the zone, allowing him to consistently deliver line drives into the gap – he collected three doubles along with a single on the day.

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Jacksonville Warriors 15 Black

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Jacksonville Warriors 15 White

#25 A.J. Labas – RHP | R/R | 6-2/190 | 2017 | Eagles View Academy | Orange Park, FL
5/24/14 – Fastball 78-83 with good downward plane from a high three quarters slot. Curve had tight spin and late break. Change was 73 with slight sink. Worked with good tempo and balance. Threw enough strikes to be effective, has room to improve mechanically to improve command and velocity.

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Jacksonville Warriors 16 Black

#10 Trey Seabrooke – RHP/OF | R/R | 6-1/180 | 2016 | Bishop Kenny | Jacksonville, FL
5/24/14 – Good approach at the plate. Went two for two with a walk, quick hands to the zone. Singled and doubled to the pull side.

Bryce Newman

Bryce Newman

#5 Bryce Newman – 2B | L/R | 5-8/145 | 2016 | The Bolles School | Jacksonville, FL
5/25/14 – Short, compact swing. Hits ball to all fields, makes consistent hard contact. Doubled to the opposite field over the LF head, and lined a sharp single to the RCF gap. Aggressive on the bases, got good reads and jumps, and has base stealing ability. In the infield, has quick feet with good range. Makes the backhand play look routine. Shows a strong arm after a clean exchange and turns the double play well. Is the type player that makes things happen.

#11 Ryan Fultz – LHP/OF | L/L | 6-0/190 | 2016 | The Bolles School | Jacksonville, FL
5/26/14 – Well proportioned frame at 6-foot and 190 pounds. Two-way player. Fastball 79-81 from over top slot. Breaking ball in low 70s. Worked quickly and challenged hitters in the zone. Showed left handed extra base power, worked barrel thru the hitting zone well. Made frequent hard contact to pull side and back up the middle of the field. Corner OF type with arm strength to play RF.

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Jacksonville Warriors 16 White

RHP Mark Mixon

RHP Mark Mixon

#00 Mark Mixon – RHP | R/R | 6-1/155 | 2016 | Yulee HS | Jacksonville, FL
5/25/14 – Slender frame. Sneaky fastball at 82-84 with good arm side run. Strike thrower with FB. Quality 10-4 shape breaking ball in the low 70s. Good mound presence, worked quickly. Showed ability to pitch to both sides of the plate with FB and CB, changed arm angles some as well to offer different look to hitters.

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Palm Beach PAL 15

OF Aldrich de Jongh

OF Aldrich de Jong

#22 Aldrich de Jong – OF | L/R | 5-8/150 | 2016 | Trinity Christian HS | Boynton Beach, FL
5/23/14 – Shows good approach at plate, level and consistent swing path. Above average power, tripled over the CF head and flew out twice to deep RF. Consistently barreled the ball, showed exceptional bat speed. Takes good routes to balls in the OF, showed good range and evidence of arm strength.

#10 James Marinan – RHP | 6-0/175 | 2017 | Park Vista HS | Boynton Beach, FL
5/23/14 – Balanced delivery, arm works free and clean. Threw FB and secondary pitches for strikes, works ahead in the count and has mound presence well beyond his years. Featured an upper 70s cutter with late action, this served as his out pitch. Fastball was 81-83, pitched inside well to both LHH and RHH. Spins breaking ball as get-me-over type offering, with potential to develop further. Has size and physical ability to develop into a big time college pitcher.

#6 Andrew Lee – RHP | R/R | 6-1/180 | 2018 | Park Vista HS | Boynton Beach, FL
5/23/14 – Fastball sat 79-81. Smooth, efficient delivery with clean and easy actions. Showed two seamer with good down tilt and arm side run. Young and clearly working to find the feel for his breaking ball, which was thrown in the mid 70s with action not consistent with release angle.

#12 Tyler Ahearn – RHP/OF | R/R | 6-2/170 | 2017 | Dwyer HS | Jupiter, FL
5/24/14 – Strong, athletic frame. Balanced, efficient delivery – drop and drive type, but it worked for him. Fastball sat 85-87, got on top and worked downhill. Ball exploded in zone. Pounds fastballs, went right after hitters. Used cutter for out pitch, it sat 84 with late action. Flashes curve at 74 with 11-5 break, throws early in count to keep hitters off balance. Only runner to reach base was picked off, controlled running game well – quick feet with a quick move to 1B.
5/25/14 – Topped at 89, sat around 86.

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Palm Beach Select 15

MIF Xavier Edwards

MIF Xavier Edwards

#9 Xavier Edwards – SS/2B | S/R | 5-7/130 | 2018 | Trinity Christian Academy | Wellington, FL
5/23/14 – Good athlete with speed, turned in 4.47 from the right side of the plate on a base hit. Stole 2B twice, and 3B twice – got great jumps each time. Took good routes to balls to his left and right, and came in well on slow roller. Played thru the ball well with smooth actions, quick exchange on double play ball. Appears to swing the bat a little better from the left side of the plate, has hand-eye coordination from both sides of the plate with better body control and overall stroke left handed. Used the whole field in three at bats, collected an opposite field hit left handed and went back up the middle and to pull side right handed. Contact spray type hitter with usable speed.

#57 Ryan Wimbush – RHP/OF | R/R | 6-2/145 | 2018 | Dwyer HS | Palm Beach Gardens, FL
5/23/14 – Showed confidence and good mound presence. FB 77-80 with some down angle from over top slot. Curveball 63-64 with tight spin and the makings of near 12-6 action. Strike thrower with FB and CB, saw CH between innings but used little if at all during game. Balanced delivery, arm worked well from the glove, and he got some extension out front.

#37 Triston Casas – RHP | L/R | 6-2/210 | 2018 | Flanagan HS | Pembroke Pines, FL
5/25/14 – Projectable young right hander with good mound presence. FB 80-83 with good down angle, located it well to both sides of the plate. Good use of lower half, stayed closed and maintained good direction. CB 70-72 with 11-5 shape and good depth, was thrown with FB arm speed. Located breaking ball as well, and mixed in a handful of CH in low 70s. Potential two-way guy, can handle the bat. Balanced approach, showed ability to keep hands back on off speed stuff, and got the bat thru the zone with life.

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Palm Beach Select 16

MIF Blake Disher

MIF Blake Disher

#8 Blake Disher – SS/2B | R/R | 5-10/150 | 2016 | Jupiter (FL) HS
5/24/14 – Athletic body. Good actions, moved feet well and showed good hands. Fielded out front, got momentum thru the play towards the target. Was able to make throws on target from multiple angles. Balanced offensive approach. Made hard contact up the middle a couple of times and doubled down the left field line, kept hands inside the ball. Contact, line drive type stroke.

#21 Brett Carter – RHP/1B | R/R | 6-3/170 | 2016 | Jupiter (FL) HS
5/25/14 – Good size, athletic frame at 6-foot-3. Good overall actions. Square stance, hands stayed back, got good separation. Flat thru the zone with some bat speed. Showed barrel accuracy in three quality at bats.

#5 Jeffrey Gerlica – C/3B | R/R | 6-0/160 | 2016 | Lincoln Park Academy | Port St. Lucie, FL
5/25/14 – Balanced approach, showed some rhythm to hit. Level path, made contact and has gap suitable for a corner spot. Soft hands, clean exchange. Throws had carry.

#26 Sam Fockler – C/OF | R/R | 5-10/160 | 2016 | Jupiter HS | Tequesta, FL
5/25/14 – Quick hands to hit, got barrel to zone and worked it thru with speed and life. Raw arm strength ahead of catch and throw skills behind the plate.

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PBC Gameday Elite 16

RHP Shane Roberts

RHP Shane Roberts

#5 Shane Roberts – RHP/C | R/R | 5-10/175 | 2017 | Dwyer HS | Palm Beach Gardens, FL
5/24/14 – Balanced delivery, pauses at the top before moving to the plate. Clean arm path, works free and easy. Fastball jumps out of his hand, sits around 81 and flashes 84. Curveball is his out pitch, has 11-5 shape with tight spin and hard downward action in the mid 60s.

#6 Clay Kelly – 2B/C | R/R | 5-10/160 | 2017 | Benjamin School | Palm Beach Gardens, FL
5/24/14 – Hits from an open stance, gets back to square with prep action – good rhythm and timing, gets front foot down in time. Stays thru the ball well, hit two hard line drives and drove in a run. In the infield, made some nice plays to his glove side. Featured a quick exchange and the ability to throw on the run from multiple arm slots.

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Pro Ball Prospects

#19 Jason Angulo – SS | R/R | 5-8/150 | 2016 | John Leonard | Greenacres, FL
5/25/14 – Decent actions, moves well in the field. 4.5 runner down the line. 2 RBI. Soft hands, creates angles, efficient with footwork, made nice barehanded play coming in on the play. Good defensive awareness.

#18 Moise Carrasco – RHP | R/R | 6-1/170 | 2016 | John Leonard | Greenacres, FL
5/25/14 – Good balance in delivery with fluid, easy actions. Pounds the zone, fastball had good arm side run with late life in the 78-81 range. Topped at 83. Used breaking ball as change of pace, sat 66-69 with 11-5 break. Threw a complete game, seven inning shutout. Got stronger as the game went on.

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#16 Taylor D’Agostino – RHP | R/R | 6-3/195 | 2016 | American Heritage | Plantation, FL
5/23/14 – Big body at 6-foot-3 and 195 pounds. Pitched from high 3/4 arm slot, arm worked loose and free. Consistently around the zone, worked fast and had good mound presence. FB 80-81 with arm side run, CB 64-66 with some late break and 10-4 shape. Gave up only 1 win in victory.

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Wellington Post 390

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INF Ramon Ripoll

INF Ramon Ripoll

#3 Ramon Ripoll – SS/2B | R/R | 6-2/155 | 2017 | Westminster Academy | Ft. Lauderdale, FL
5/25/14 – Great base runner, used speed along with great reads and jumps to collect four stolen bases. Quick hands to hit, got barrel to zone well. Doubled twice, once to pull side and once to oppo gap. High energy, aggressive player. In the infield, showed good footwork and range.

#10 Ryan Moore – CF | R/R | 6-7/210 | 2018 | St. Thomas Aquinas HS | Ft. Lauderdale, FL5/25/14 – Tall, long frame with room to fill out at 6-foot-7 and 210 pounds. Got good reads in the OF, tracked ball well and showed ability to run balls down with his long strides. Got great extension, kept bat head moving thru the zone. Line drive stroke with some power, lined a double thru left center gap and also drove a ball to the pull side warning track.

#24 Zachary Goberville – SS/3B | L/R | 6-2/155 | 2018 | Westminster Academy | Lighthouse Point, FL
5/25/14 – Lean, athletic build. In the infield, made a nice play to his glove side. Showed quick reactions and some range, along with a strong arm across the diamond. Showed pull power, doubled twice to RF – once down the line and again to the gap. Good situational at bat with runner in scoring position, shows some feel for hitting and plate discipline.

INF Zachary Goberville

INF Zachary Goberville

#11 Christian Sosa – SS | R/R | 5-7/150 | 2018 | Pompano Beach, FL
5/25/14 – Good athletic body. Soft hands with good feet in the infield. Always in the right position. Good lateral movement and range. Clean exchange, quick first step. Fields out front and plays with momentum thru to target. Good speed on bases, got good reads and jumps. Level swing thru zone, balanced approach.

#27 Tye Crittenberger – RHP | R/R | 5-8/150 | 2018 | Cardinal Gibbons | Lighthouse Point, FL
5/25/14 – Threw complete game in semi-finals. Allowed one earned run. Efficient with his pitches, pitched to contact and let the defense make plays behind him. Topped at 75.

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Florida Legends 2018

MIF Victor Valderrama

MIF Victor Valderrama

#17 Victor Valderrama – SS | R/R | 5-8/132 | 2018 | Palmetto HS | Miami, FL
5/24/14 – High energy player, plays hard. Bat control type hitter, wiling to bunt for hits. Short, compact stroke, gets barrel to the ball. Showed good plate discipline. Smooth fielder with soft hands, dependable in the infield with a solid arm. Got down the line as well as 4.2 from the right side of the plate.

#1 Daniel Trillo – OF | R/R | 5-8/145 | 2017 | Killian HS | Miami, FL
5/25/14 – Showed athletic actions all around. Aggressive on the bases with usable speed. Tracked pitches well, and worked the barrel to contact quickly. Has hand-eye coordination for barrel accuracy.

#6 Anthony Vargas – IF | R/R | 5-7/165 | 2017 | Southridge HS | Miami, FL
5/25/14 – Versatile defensive infielder, showed quick reactions with good hands and arm strength at third base. Loose, quick right handed stroke. Made several good passes for solid contact up the middle and the other way.

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Florida Stealth

#28 Patrick Crawley – 1B | R/R | 6-2/185 | 2018 | American Heritage | Delray Beach, FL
5/24/14 – Big strong body. Balanced hitter with a simple approach. Uses the whole field, hits the ball where it’s pitched. Singled up the middle and made hard contact to the opposite field.

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#24 Cameron Mahorn – no additional roster info provided by coach
5/23/14 – Built similar to current Houston Astros OF Dexter Fowler, slender and wiry build with long limbs. No standout results today, but certainly merits a close follow.

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Palm Beach PAL 14

#7 Sean Maletzke – SS | R/R | 5-7/128 | 2018 | Jupiter, FL
5/23/14 – Good command of pitches, moved FB and CB to both sides of plate. FB had some arm side run in low 70s. Usable low to mid 60s breaking ball. Good mound presence, fielded position well.

#2 Brendan Power – SS | R/R | 5-6/130 | 2018 | Kings Academy | Wellington, FL
5/25/14 – Baseball player type with loose, quick actions. Featured soft hands and a quick release, moved light on his feet. Has great awareness and feel for the game. Hit in leadoff spot, showed short quick stroke. Coordinated move allowed him to maintain strength thru contact.

#42 Tyler McKenzie – SS | R/R | 5-7/120 | 2018 | Loxahatchee, FL
5/25/14 – Lean build with long limbs and a high waist. Quick hands to zone, whipped barrel thru the zone. Has some leverage in stroke. Solid defensive actions at 2B. Projectable young player.

#51 Logan Cook – RHP/1B | L/R | 6-1/185 | 2018 | Park Vista HS | Lake Worth, FL
5/25/14 – Has two-way potential. Has leverage in left handed stroke, ball got off barrel with good life. Kept strength thru contact, allowing him to generate pull side power. Fastball was around the plate at 77-78. Was able to consistently land 64-66 curve, showed great feel for the pitch. Appeared to throw a little harder version up to 71, and also threw a low 70s change.

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Palm Beach Rebels

#77 Kristopher Armstrong – RHP/SS | S/R | 6-2/180 | 2018 | Benjamin School | Jupiter, FL
5/23/14 – Large frame with plenty of room to fill out, along with quality baseball bloodlines – making him quite the projectable young player. Showed a quality left handed stroke in two at bats, for hard contact to LF and RF. Appears to have some feel to hit. Played SS today, showed capability to make necessary plays.

#21 Keifer Wilkerson – LHP/OF | R/L | 6-0/175 | 2018 | Jupiter (FL) HS
5/24/14 – Works quick, fastball had sink at 74-79. Balanced delivery with good direction. Pitched on a good downward angle, hides the ball well. One to watch, has upside.

Palm Beach Select 14 Gold

#13 Jonny Mondo – 1B | L/L | 5-7/195 | 2018 | Dwyer HS | Jupiter, FL
5/23/14 – Physically strong. Balanced hitter with good plate, used the whole field – as evidence in base hits to deep LF, double to RCF.

#15 Blake Bohlman – 2B | R/R | 5-3/120 | 2018 | Jupiter (FL) HS
5/23/14 – Short, compact stroke. Line drive type hitter, used the whole field – collected hits to CF and RF. Composed and balanced in batters box.

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Palm Beach Select 14 Green

1B Alex Nicholaou

1B Alex Nicholaou

#55 Alex Nicholaou – 1B | L/L | 6-0/145 | 2018 | Palm Beach Gardens (FL) HS
5/25/14 – Aggressive approach, likes to swing at first pitch fastball. Line drive hitter, uses the whole field. Quiet setup, soft front side on landing. Quick to zone and works barrel thru the zone well. Has a knack for hard contact. Has room to fill into his body as he physically matures.

#34 Nicholas Kashuba – C | R/R | 5-8/160 | 2018 | Palm Beach Gardens HS | North Palm Beach, FL
5/25/14 – Receives well, quiet behind the plate with minimal movement of body. Blocked everything, did a great job on balls in the dirt – worked well laterally and deadended the ball. Showed good leadership skills and awareness defensively. Quick hands to hit, turned on inside pitch. Short, compact stroke.

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Position Players Begin to Emerge at the 2014 UA Memorial Day Classic

Memorial Day marks the beginning of the summer baseball season in many parts of the country, Florida included. The FHSAA State Finals wrapped up just prior to the start of the holiday weekend, meaning players had to make the switch from metal to wood.

OF Keenan Bell

Jacksonville Warriors 17 White OF Keenan Bell

With the new BBCOR bats in play during the high school season, the adjustment to wood bats for summer baseball isn’t as dramatic as it used to be – but it’s still most certainly an adjustment.

For most players, it’s a rough start to summer – as we’ve seen here this weekend. This offers a prime opportunity, however, for the more advanced hitters to shine – which we’ve also seen here this weekend.

Jacksonville Warriors 17 White has a pair of physical hitters who’ve shown no trouble handling the wood bats early. University of Florida commit, and 2016 graduate, Keenan Bell (Stanton Prep) stands at 6-foot-3 and 215 pounds. He barreled the ball up regularly, and showed the ability to drive it through both gaps. His teammate Kyle Jenkins, a 1B/C from Mandarin HS, featured a short stroke with strength through contact.

Fellow 2016 graduate, and Warriors organization player, Bryce Newman packs a lot of punch in his left handed stroke. At 5-foot-8 and 145 pounds he isn’t physically imposing, but he’s hit the ball hard all over the ballpark with wood. Palm Beach PAL 15 OF Aldrich de Jong is comparable to Newman, he’s also a 2016 left handed hitter that generates surprising power for his size.

Though he is also a 2016 grad, A’s Baseball 18 Select OF Hernan Sardinas stands at 6-foot-2 and 195 pounds. He’s aggressive early in the count, and features a smooth left handed swing with extra base power.

INF Bryce Newman. Photo courtesy Bill Leiby.

Jacksonville Warriors 16 Black INF Bryce Newman

A pair of infielders stood out in terms of strike zone knowledge and plate discipline, among other things. Easton Rockets 18 junior infielder Tyler Frank (American Heritage HS) has a mature patient approach, along with a coordinated stroke and an excellent glove at third base. Though he’s a couple of years younger than Frank, Florida Legends 2017 Freddy Zamora stood out for many of the same reasons. He’s patient enough to look for a good pitch to hit, and has the ability to drive it with authority when he gets it. He’s a special young player, with a combination of natural talent and an advanced feel for the game.

Though you wouldn’t know it from looking at him, Easton Rockets 16 two-way guy Kristopher Armstrong hasn’t started high school yet. Only a 2018 graduate, he stands at 6-foot-3 and 185 pounds with great baseball bloodlines – his father Jack reached the major leagues just one year after he was the Reds first round pick, and went on to pitch for parts of six more seasons in the big leagues. Kristopher appears to have an advanced feel for hitting a young age from both sides of the plate, and is already physical enough to drive the ball past the outfielders with a wood bat at his young age.