* 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.
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#1 Garrett Mullican- Threw 6 strong innings with command of three pitches. FB 79-82 MPH with run and a 11-5 breaking ball with sharp action and late break.
#2 Nick Parker- Excellent control on the mound with a cut fastball 74-76, FB topped out at 80 MPH. Great poise on the mound attacking hitters early in the count, and showing the ability to control the run game.
#4 Vincenzo Rauso- Knowledgeable leader on the field. Fundamentally sound behind the dish with accurate throws and quick release.
#6 Wren Hampton– Showed complete command of 3 pitches. Change-up had run and sink, slider late bite, and worked the corners of the plate.
|1||Garrett Mullican||SS RHP||Humble- TX|
|2||Nick Parker||RHP 2B||York- PA|
|3||Jack Tirrell||SS||Howell- NJ|
|4||Vincenzo Rauso||C 2B||Gibsonia- PA|
|5||Andrew Kim||SS||Libertyville- IL|
|6||Wren Hampton||RHP OF||Red Oak- TX|
|7||Matthew Day||OF RHP||College Park- MD|
|8||Liam Bailey||OF RHP||South Charleston- WV|
|9||Tyler Sharfetz||C||Fords- NJ|
|11||Luke Hammond||1B OF||The Woodlands-TX|
|12||Jeff Bruyntjens||3B RHP||Laguna Beach- CA|
#4 Treet Williams– Accurate arm with life, controls the running game. Plus blocker and receiver for age. Switch-hitter with a consistent swing from both sides of the plate. Line-Drive type power.
#6 CJ Bianco- Sound mechanics on the mound with command of 3 pitches. Fast tempo and repeatable delivery. FB 79-83 MPH with a good feel for working the corners of the plate.
#12 Trey Hondras- Raw athlete with projectable body. Ability to drive the ball to all fields and can play multiple positions.
#13 Jordan Groshans- Tournament MVP, Two-way player who showed well on the mound and at SS. Smooth actions in the infield with life and carry to his throws. On the mound 81-84 MPH FB with sink and fluid delivery. At the plate, quiet approach and the ability to drive the ball to all fields.
|1||Derek Smith||SS||Kennebunkport- ME|
|3||Kadon Morton||OF||Arlington- TX|
|4||Treet Williams||C||Tomball- TX|
|5||TJ Brock||SS RHP||Cincinnati- OH|
|6||C.J. Bianco||RHP 3B||Inverness- FL|
|7||Stephen Castillo||C||East Bernard- TX|
|8||Ethan Wilkerson||RHP OF||Palm Beach Gardens- FL|
|9||Keifer Wilkerson||LHP OF||Palm Beach Gardens- FL|
|10||Justin Wright||3B||Greensburg- PA|
|11||Alec Lubas||OF LHP||New Milford- CT|
|12||Trey Hondras||1B||Chicago- IL|
|13||Jordan Groshans||SS RHP||Magnolia-TX|
#2 Zachary Limas– 2 stolen bases in game 1. Clean actions as SS, quick hands displaying multiple arm slots. Advanced approach at the plate, ideal leadoff hitter at the next level.
#4 Jordin LaBruzza- Natrual athlete who can play multiple positions. At SS he displays sure hands with an accurate arm. Offensively, aggressive approach with line drive power and loose hands.
#7 Ryan Wimbush- Topped out at 80 MPH, good command down in the zone. Breaking ball was sharp with good depth and command. Repeatable delivery with a fluid arm action.
#13 Julio Cortez- Advanced player in all areas of the game. Behind the dish, Smooth athletic actions with a great feel for blocking and receiving. Well-advanced approach at the plate with big-league actions.
|1||Pierce Jones||OF||Chicago- IL|
|2||Zachary Limas||SS||Richmond- TX|
|3||Edwin Melendez Jr.||SS RHP||Manalapan- NJ|
|4||Jordin LaBruzza||SS 2B||Kenner- LA|
|5||Cade Beloso||OF LHP||Richmond- TX|
|6||Paul Stowell||RHP||Mt. Laurel- NJ|
|7||Ryan Wimbush||RHP OF||Palm Beach Gardens- FL|
|8||Dylan Rogers||OF LHP||Spartanburg- SC|
|9||Nicholas Kashuba||C||N Palm Beach- FL|
|11||Carson Caulfield||1B LHP||Mandeville- LA|
|12||Julian Gomez||3B||Bronx- NY|
|13||Julio Cortez||C||Weston- FL|
#3 Sajon Belser– 7.18 runner with athletic actions in the OF. Takes good angles and proper routes. Middle with approach with good feel for the barrel.
#8 Mason Roach- LHP that showed command of 3 pitches. Good depth to his CH. Clean arm action with sound mechanics. Bright future on the mound at the next level.
#9 Jose Gutierrez– Displayed raw power at the plate with good discipline. Advanced approach. Strong arm behind the plate with soft hands. Shows good feel and knowledge behind the plate.
|1||Tyler Gillespy||SS||Raleigh- NC|
|2||Jared Sprague-Lott||SS||Philadelphia- PA|
|3||Sajon Belser||OF||Ashburn- VA|
|4||Jahli Hendricks||2B||Philadelphia- PA|
|5||Logan Ransom||LHP OF||Mechanicsville- VA|
|6||Peyton Ryder||C||Newport News- VA|
|7||Caleb Scott||OF||Baldwin- FL|
|8||Mason Roach||LHP OF||Argyle- TX|
|9||Jose Gutierrez||C||Arlington- TX|
|10||Brian Rall||C||Gainesville- VA|
|11||Justice Lucas||1B RHP||Fort Walton Beach- FL|
|12||Morgan White||SS RHP||Edmonds- WA|
|15||Kaveinga Davis||RHP 3B||Dickinson- TX|
#4 Marquis Jackson- Plus runner with smooth actions in the infield. Line-drive hitter with middle approach. Flashy player, fun to watch with high energy.
#8 Dillon Lifrieri– Live arm from the OF, raw arm strength 84 MPH. Advanced hitter at the plate with sound mechanics and a good feel for the barrel.
#11 Dalton Hall– 84-88 MPH on the mound with an easy arm action. Breaking ball with late break and projectable frame.
#12 Patrick Crawley- Two-way player with a live arm. Works well around the bag presenting a big target at 1B. Good Baseball IQ and team player. At the plate, big swing displaying gap to gap power.
|1||Cameron Walker||SS OF||Canonsburg- PA|
|2||Alex Domingos||OF||Ellington- CT|
|3||Tyler Kelly||3B||Cottonwood- AZ|
|4||Marquis Jackson||2B||Chicago- IL|
|5||Colby McLawhorn||C||Kinston- NC|
|6||Christopher Pratt||SS||Jacksonville- FL|
|7||Brooks Rikeman||C||Canonsburg- PA|
|8||Dillon Lifrieri||OF SS||Wilton- CT|
|9||Tyler Quintanilla||OF RHP||Pacifica- CA|
|10||Brandon Pimentel||LHP OF||EL Paso- TX|
|11||Dalton Hall||RHP 1B||Morris- AL|
|12||Patrick Crawley||1B RHP||Ponte Vedra Beach- FL|
|13||Shamus Connolly Jr.||SS RHP||Brooklyn- NY|
#1 Christian Sosa- Smooth fluid actions with quick feet/ exchange. Throws with life and carry. Makes double-plays look easy. With his approach and speed he will be an ideal top of the lineup hitter at the next level.
#3 Alek Thomas- Smooth fielding Outfielder with great jumps and on-line throws. At the plate, Big league approach, quality at-bats and a good feel for the barrel. Ideal top of the lineup hitter at the next level.
#11 Connor Noland- Topped out at 86 MPH with a deceptive delivery. Hard breaking ball with good depth. True athlete on the mound with solid mound presence.
#13 Dillon Marsh- LHP with good 3 pitch mix. FB 79-82 MPH with sink, locates down in the zone. Arm action is fluid and he attacked hitters early in the count.
|1||Christian Sosa||SS||Pompano Beach- FL|
|2||Thomas Keehn||SS RHP||Highland- MD|
|3||Alek Thomas||OF||Chicago- IL|
|4||Peyton McElroy||C||Marion- AR|
|5||Chris Monteleone||SS||Concord- NC|
|6||Gregory Verano||OF RHP||Raritan- NJ|
|7||Austin Phillips||1B RHP||Lubbock- TX|
|8||Justin Wright||3B||Greensburg- PA|
|9||Nicholas Diaz||C||Bridgewater- NJ|
|10||Tyler Ras||OF||Middletown- NJ|
|11||Connor Noland||RHP OF||Greenwood- AR|
|12||Zac McNelley||3B RHP||Buckeye- AZ|
|13||Dillon Marsh||LHP 1B||Elizabethtown- PA|
|88 MPH||Dalton Hall||Navy|
|86 MPH||Connor Noland||Royal|
|86 Raw||Zachary Limas||Green|
|84 MPH||Jordan Groshans||Gray|
|85 Raw||Peyton Ryder||Maroon|
|84 Raw||Dillon Lifieri||Navy|
|83 MPH||CJ Bianco||Gray|
|82 MPH||Dillon Marsh||Royal|
|82 MPH||Garrett Mullican||Black|
|81 Raw||Tyler Ras||Royal|
|81 MPH||Paul Stowell||Green|
|81 MPH||Morgan White||Maroon|
|81 MPH||Ethan Wilkerson||Gray|
|80 MPH||Keifer Wilkerson||Gray|
|80 MPH||Nick Parker||Black|
|80 MPH||Patrick Crawley||Navy|
|80 MPH||Mason Roach||Maroon|
|80 MPH||Ryan Wimbush||Green|
|80 MPH||Keifer Wilkerson||Gray|
|80 Raw||Chris Monteleone||Royal|