Saturday, August 19 – Sunday, August 20
Harford CC – Bel Air, MD
** Rosters will be published on Weds 8/16 **
* PLEASE NOTE: Players written up on the scouting blog were identified by our scouting staff based on the demonstration of notable tool(s) and/or skill(s). While WE DO NOT KEEP STATS, we are watching for standout performers on the mound, at the plate, in the field and on the bases. However, a performance WITHOUT the presence of requisite tool(s) and/or skill(s) IS NOT considered standout — we are looking for players with the tool(s) and/or skill(s) to play beyond the high school level.
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|Diamond Skills Dodgers||Mid-Atlantic Rookies||Mid-Maryland Red Sox 17U|
|Diamond Skills Rangers||Mid-Maryland Red Sox 16U||Youse's Maryland Orioles|
Diamond Skills Dodgers
#10 Cooper Adams – RHP
Fastball 84-85mph. Heavy sinker. Very athletic fielding his position off the mound.
#23 Peyton Myers – C
Lanky build with room to grow. Strong arm. Quick release with quick feet. Wall behind the plate/blocks everything.
#32 Zeke Gongola – RHP
Fastball 81-84. Strong physical body. Good feel for his slider. Sharp late break. Live, fluid arm motion.
#1 Chase Reed – OF 2018
Athletic frame with quick-twitch actions. Lead-off hitter with short RH stroke and also showed the ability to bunt for a hit
#8 Dylan Hunter – 1B/3B 2018
Corner infielder who put together some quality at bats highlighted by a 3-run inside-the-park home run
#23 Peyton Myers – C 2018
Had an outstanding all-around weekend. Athletic behind the plate, threw out 4 runners attempting to steal. Showed an efficient line drive stroke at the plate.
#49 Ian Remalia – RHP/INF 2019
Athletic delivery with a clean arm stroke on the mound. Ran his fastball up to 82 and mixed in a low 70s breaking ball with ¾ tilt. Also doubled into the LCF gap
Diamond Skills Rangers
#6 Alex Warren – OF
Showed great instincts on the bases. Use his speed to exploit the defense. Great first step in the outfield along with tremendous speed and range to track down flyballs.
#25 Chris Bookhultz – RHP
Side arm/submarine pitcher. 70-72MPH. Works quickly and fills up the strike zone. Shows the ability to use multiple arm slots to keep hitters off balance with a heavy sinker and deceiving slider. Potential to be a strong reliever/closer.
#2 Loy Hickman – INF 2019
Athletic build with solid natural actions both in the infield and at the plate, Showed power driving a ball to deep LF and got down the line in 4.38 from the right side on a ground ball. High upside player.
#7 Nick Rachlin – C 2018 C
Comfortable and confident in the box, Uses the whole field well and put together 3 consecutive hits on day 2. Solid defender behind the plate as well.
#8 Ethan Cosgrove – LHP /OF 2019
Stood out for his ability to swing the bat. Stands in well from the left side and has a knack for the barrel. Natural rhythm and feel in the box with the ability to use the entire field.
#30 Aiden Henning – LHP 2019
Very projectable LHP with a tall, lean frame. Arm works well and delivery is repeatable leading to a high volume of strikes with a mid 70s fastball. Also shows the ability to spin a breaking ball well.
#8 James Losh – INF
Athletic build. Switch hitter that has power from both sides of the plate. Looks to pull from both sides of the plate. Was able to stretch a few doubles into triples with his + speed. Great range up the middle at second base.
#10 Drew Mummau – SS
Athletic build. Tremendous footwork in the infield accompanied with a quick release and strong arm. Smooth glove work.
#40 Tyler Burchett – RHP
Pitcher’s build. 6’5” 185lbs. Potential to be a big power arm. 86-89MPH. Can touch lower 90’s.
#49 Jack Halbrunner – LHP
Lanky build with a long fluid arm motion. ¾ arm slot with good arm side run. Ability to use both sides of the plate. 84-86MPH. Very effective slider against left handed batters.
#5 Kevin Karstetter – INF 2020
Strong, physical infielder with confident, advanced actions. Can play multiple IF spots and makes lots of hard contact from the right side at the plate. Big upside.
#8 James Losh – INF 2018
Talented all-around player who had a big weekend. Switch-hitter who found the barrel from both sides of the plate and showed extra base power. Also showed quality range, hands and instincts at 2B.
#17 Aaron Parks – RHP 2020
Big, physical 2020 RHP with a bright future. Touched 81 from a low-effort delivery, and has more in the tank with refined mechanics. Has natural downhill plane to his stuff.
#43 Will Fetrow – 1B 2018
Big, strong left-handed hitter (6’4”,235) with a natural feel to hit. Balanced at the plate with leverage that generates power, especially to the pull side.
Mid-Maryland Red Sox 16U
#20 Ryan Terrents – RHP/RF
Good frame with potential to fill in with the help of a weight lifting program. Gap to gap power. Quick hands at the plate. Attacks the inside pitches well.
#11 Cameron Kutchey – SS 2018
Athletic infielder who plays with excellent energy. Has some present strength that leads to a quick right-handed stroke geared for line drives. Can play multiple IF spots and has a confident presence on the field.
#16 Christian Ficca – C 2020
High ceiling 2020 grad with a lean, athletic frame. Excellent profile as a LHH catcher with a good natural stroke. Shows solid hands and actions as a defender behind the plate.
#27 William Bean – SS/RHP 2020
Talented 2-way player with a bright future. Touched 82 mph on the mound and showed athleticism in everything he did.
Mid-Maryland Red Sox 17U
Youse’s Maryland Orioles
#13 Tyler Locklear – 3B
Strong athletic build. Gap to gap power. Looks to drive the ball. Fundamentally sound at third base. Smooth hands and can make accurate throws on the run.
#27 Paul Nixon – RHP/1B
Big physical body. Has a lot of pop to pull side. Middle of the lineup type of bat. Looks to drive the ball deep. From the mound he has good arm action. 83-84MPH with arm side run. 12/6 breaking ball.
#31 Gavin Evans – C/SS 2020
Extremely athletic young 2020 player with a bright future. True baseball player with a high baseball IQ and a love of the game that shows through in how he plays. Quick RH stroke and the ability to play two premium positions (C and SS) well.
Top 17u Fastball Velocities
|89||Tyler Burchett||RHP||MId-Atlantic Rookies|
|86||Jack Halbrunner||LHP||Mid-Atlantic Rookies|
|85||Cooper Adams||RHP||Diamond Skills Rangers|
|84||Zeke Gongola||RHP||Diamond Skills Rangers|
|84||Paul Nixon||RHP||Yousa's Maryland Orioles|
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