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Top Exit Velos – 2016 Under Armour All-America Pre-Season Tournament

Maximum exit velocity was recorded as part of the Easton HitLab station, where teams reported on either Saturday or Sunday depending on their schedule. Many players took advantage of the opportunity both days, with several marking improvements in their exit velocity from one day to the next. Maximum exit velocities shown below have been rounded to the nearest whole number.

Nine players reached at least 100 mph, led by 2017 C Beau Hanna (Winder, GA) at 102 mph. Just four tenths off the top measure was 2017 1B Trent McMullen (Omaha, NE) at 101.6, followed closely by 2017 OF/1B Michael Giordano (Pembroke Pines, FL) at 101 mph.

SS Matt Tarabek of Irwin, PA (a Fordham University commit, and three-time Under Armour All-America Pre-Season Tournament participant) and C Logan Walters (Moss Point, MS) reached 100 mph to lead the class of 2016, followed by four-time Under Armour All-America Pre-Season Tournament participant OF Hayden Freeman (Hoover, AL) and 3B Mitchell Barrow (Washington, MO) at 99 mph. Twenty-one other 2016 graduates posted exit velos of at least 90 mph, including Howard College commit and three-time Under Armour All-America Pre-Season Tournament participant 1B Jonathon Arrieta (El Paso, TX) at 97 mph.

At 100 mph and nipping on the heels of the 2017 leaders were OF Zachary Daniels (Stockbridge, GA) and Wichita State commit 1B/3B Paxton Wallace (Greenbrier, AR), followed by a group of five players at 98 mph including Florida commit SS Brady McConnell (Merritt Island, FL). Eight more 2017 graduates reached at least 95 mph, with another nineteen recording exit velos between 90 and 94 mph.

SS/3B Jeff Bruyntjens (Laguna Beach, CA) led the class of 2018 at 98 mph, with OF Miko Rodriguez (Ada, MI) just off his bumper at 97 mph. Those two held a comfortable lead over C Joseph Bowers (Harrisonville, MO) at 93 mph, followed by five other 2018 grads close on his heels in the 90-92 mph range. Fifteen more qualified with readings of at least 85 mph, including a logjam of eight players at 87 mph.

UPDATE — (01/28/2016, 4:46pm) This post was updated to correct a previous omission.

* NOTE — College Commitments are listed next to hometown if applicable

2016 Graduates

Top 2017 Exit Velos | Top 2018 Exit Velos

100 — Matt Tarabek (SS) Irwin, PA (Fordham)
100 — Logan Walters (C) Moss Point, MS
99 — Mitchell Barrow (3B) Washington, MO
99 — Hayden Freeman (OF/RHP) Hoover, AL
97 — Jonathon Arrieta (1B) El Paso, TX (Howard College)
95 — Cody Coontz (C) Enid, OK
95 — Joseph Kitlas (C/3B) Yardley, PA (Roanoke College)
94 — Chris Iazzetta (3B) Clinton, NJ
94 — Michael Slaten (3B/RHP) Nacogdoches, TX
94 — Matt Zimprich (C) Moreno Valley, CA
93 — Devin Beard (SS) Hobbs, NM (North Central Texas)
93 — Jonathan Deeble (1B/RHP) Tucson, AZ
93 — Damond Nixon (1B/OF) Baltimore, MD (Mount St. Mary’s)
93 — Riley Peterson (C) Rio Rancho, NM (New Mexico JC)
92 — Ian Grylls (3B) Chula Vista, CA
92 — Carter Mossey (OF) Cheyenne, WY
92 — Peyton Ravencraft (OF) Oklahoma City, OK (Harding)
92 — Isaac Wersland (C) Cle Elum, WA
91 — Drake Durham (LHP/1B) New Richmond, WI (Wichita State)
91 — Damian Serralta (SS/OF) Miami Lakes, FL
90 — Dominic Bravo (3B) Downey, CA
90 — Lexus Crisler (OF/RHP) Saginaw, MI
90 — Dawy Lebron (3B) Lowell, MA
90 — Will Stump (1B) Gurley, AL
90 — Spenser Triplett (RHP/3B) Providence, UT

2017 Graduates

Top 2016 Exit Velos | Top 2018 Exit Velos

102 — Beau Hanna (C) Winder, GA
101.6 — Trent McMullen (1B) Omaha, NE
101 — Michael Giordano (OF/1B) Pembroke Pines, FL
100 — Zachary Daniels (OF) Stockbridge, GA
100 — Kevin Finzer (RHP/3B) Rocky River, OH
100 — Paxton Wallace (3B/1B) Greenbrier, AR (Wichita State)
98 — Hayden Leatham (SS/OF) Rexburg, ID
98 — Ubaldo Lopez (3B/2B) Miramar, FL
98 — Brady McConnell (SS) Merritt Island, FL (Florida)
98 — Jack Schneider (OF) Owensboro, KY
98 — Jacob Thompson (1B/3B) Charlotte, NC
97 — Chris Brown (RHP/1B) Skokie, IL
97 — Nick Hamilton (SS) Peoria, AZ
97 — Jackson Hankey (OF) Park River, ND
96 — Nicholas Rodriguez (OF/RHP) Gill, CO
96 — Woody Woodruff (C/3B) Yokota Air Base, Japan
95 — Tyler Moreland (OF) Texarkana, AR
95 — Dan Pruitt (3B/RHP) Oklahoma City, OK
94 — Brent Miller (C) Lake Oswego, OR
93 — Justin Cooke (C/1B/RHP) Norman, OK (Oklahoma)
93 — Nik Galatas (3B/RHP) Corona, CA
93 — Matthew Givin (SS/3B) Castle Pines, CO
93 — Shea Kramer (1B) Vacaville, CA
93 — Gavin Lovesky (3B) Lockport, IL
92 — Reese Albert (OF) Jupiter, FL (Florida State)
92 — Justin Borchard (RHP/3B) Woodland, CA
92 — Austin Chouinard (3B) Centennial, CO
92 — Randall Jackson (SS) Birmingham, AL
92 — Abraham Sequera (SS) Doral, FL
92 — Malone Wright (1B) Mission Viejo, CA
91 — Tommy Bell (SS) Kettering, OH (Old Dominion)
91 — Kyle Gonzales (C) College Station, TX
91 — Steven Kokoski (C) Fredonia, PA
91 — Colton Rexroad (SS/RHP) Yukon, OK
91 — Crews Taylor (SS/OF) Lawrenceville, GA (Georgia Tech)
90 — Jesse Awa (SS/OF) Kaneohe, HI
90 — Magruder O’Bannon (1B/C) Long Beach, MS

2018 Graduates

Top 2016 Exit Velos | Top 2017 Exit Velos

98 — Jeff Bruyntjens (SS/3B) Laguna Beach, CA
97 — Miko Rodriguez (OF) Ada, MI
93 — Joseph Bowers (C) Harrisonville, MO
92 — Beaux Escobar (C) Thompson’s Station, TN
91 — Raynel Delgado (SS) Hialeah, FL
91 — Lasith Narasinghe (C) Las Vegas, NV
90 — Alec Lubas (OF/LHP) Brentwood, TN
90 — Connor Noland (RHP/OF) Greenwood, AR
89 — Kyle Horton (OF/SS) Forest, VA (Liberty)
89 — Jake Plecas (OF) Flagstaff, AZ
88 — Adrian Candelaria (OF/3B) Van Nuys, CA
87 — Julio Cortez (C) Weston, FL
87 — Dawson Jaramillo (1B) Portland, OR
87 — Paul Komistek (3B/OF) Knoxville, TN (Tennessee)
87 — Zac McNelley (3B) Buckeye, AZ
87 — Reece Puckett (OF) Mt. Washington, KY
87 — Devin Roche (C/1B) Fort Lauderdale, FL
87 — Jacob Villegas (OF) Fontana, CA
87 — Justin Wright (3B) Greensburg, PA
86 — Sammy Reimann (C) Quartz Hill, CA
86 — Carson Rollins (LHP/1B) Katy, TX
85 — Zach Brown (C/3B) Katy, TX
85 — Wyatt Walorinta (OF/RHP) Camarillo, CA

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To see the most current exit velocity leaders in each graduation class, please visit the Top Performers page. Exit velocity leaderboards are updated weekly, as are those for the 60 yard dash, fastball velocity, pop times, and raw velocity.

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