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Under Armour
All-America Game

This is the definitive gathering of baseball elite. The Under Armour All-America Game –powered by Baseball Factory– emanates from iconic Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois.

Want to be considered for the 2018 game? Your path starts at an Under Armour Baseball Factory National Tryout.

July 20, 2018

Wrigley Field | Chicago, Illinois

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Under Armour
All-America Game

The country’s best collection of top high school prospects converges on the historic confines of Wrigley Field for a weekend of intense competition, instruction and national exposure.

Under Armour All-Americans are selected by a committee of Baseball Factory scouts and compete in an American vs. National team match-up. The All-America Baseball Game is the culmination of a four-day premier baseball experience, highlighted by a formal workout for Major League Baseball (MLB) scouts and a home run derby, all while under the tutelage of some of the game’s best players and coaches.

Since the game’s inception in 2008, 284 of the 323 draft eligible players from the Under Armour All-America Game have been selected in the MLB Amateur Draft including 83 first round picks.

Top players from the 2017 draft includeRoyce Lewis (2017 No. 1 Overall Pick, Minnesota Twins); Hunter Greene (2017 No. 2 Overall Pick, Cincinnati Reds); Jo Adell (2017 No. 10 Overall Pick, Los Angeles Angels); Shane Baz (2017 No. 12 Overall Pick, Pittsburgh Pirates); Nick Pratto (2017 No. 14 Overall Pick, Kansas City Royals); Heliot Ramos (2017 No. 19 Overall Pick, San Francisco Giants); David Peterson (University of Oregon | 2013 Under Armour All-America Game | 2017 No. 20 Overall Pick, New York Mets); DL Hall (2017 No. 21 Overall Pick, Baltimore Orioles); Alex Lange (LSU | 2013 Under Armour All-America Game | 2017 No. 30 Overall Pick, Chicago Cubs)

  • View previous year’s Under Armour All-America Game photos from Mike Janes Photography


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2015                        2012


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10 Years at Wrigley Field
284 Under Armour All-Americans Drafted
83 First Round Picks

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2017 Under Armour All-America National Roster

  • Braxton Ashcraft - RHP
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    Braxton Ashcraft, RHP

    Robinson, TX, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'5''/195
    • High School: Robinson
    • College Commitment: Baylor

    Standing at 6 foot 5 on the mound with long arms and legs, Braxton seems to release each pitch from right on top of the hitter. Combine that with his low 90s fastball with life and it helps to explain why hitters have such a difficult time against him. Add in a sharp two-plane breaking ball and a developing change, and you have the ingredients for a quality starter at higher levels. Braxton is also a record-setting wide receiver on the football field, hauling in 104 catches for 2,090 yards and 37 TDs last season alone. This premium athlete is committed to Baylor.

  • Triston Casas - IF
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    Triston Casas, IF

    Pembroke Pines, FL, 2019
    • HT/WT: 6'4/235
    • High School: American Heritage
    • College Commitment: Miami

    Triston returns to Wrigley Field as an Under Armour All-American for the second straight year. He once again brings what may be the best hit and power combination in the country back to Chicago. The 6 foot 4 Casas has a mature, advanced approach at the plate with a sweet left-handed swing that generates big power to all fields. He has great feel for the barrel and is unfazed by velocity or off-speed stuff. He truly is a complete hitter. Add in that he can play either corner IF spot, jump into a corner OF spot as needed and even throw strikes in the low 90s off the mound, and you have a special player. He is committed to the University of Miami.

  • Chandler Champlain - RHP
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    Chandler Champlain, RHP

    Coto de Caza, CA, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'5''/215
    • High School: Santa Margarita Catholic
    • College Commitment: Southern California

    Chandler pitches from a high three-quarter arm slot giving outstanding downhill plane to his fastball that sits comfortably in the low 90s, and shows occasional cut. As would be expected, his curve has good downer action as well and acts as a quality swing-and-miss pitch. Chandler's repertoire also includes a change that has some deception giving him three quality pitches. He throws strikes with all three, making Chandler one of the many high upside arms in the 2018 class. He is committed to USC.

  • Denzel Clarke - OF
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    Denzel Clarke, OF

    Pickering, ON, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'4''/187
    • High School: Everest Academy
    • College Commitment: Cal State Northridge

    One of the most intriguing players in the 2018 class is Canada's Denzel Clarke. His long, lean frame stands out on the field and oozes athleticism - perhaps passed down from his mother, a former Olympic heptathlete. He runs well, especially in-game when closing on a ball in the outfield or taking an extra base, and he possesses some of the best hand speed of any hitter in the class. He generates outstanding bat speed and it leads to some loud contact. As he becomes more physical, Denzel should begin to realize some of his enormous potential.

  • Nander De Sedas - IF
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    Nander De Sedas, IF

    Montverde, FL, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'2''/192
    • High School: Montverde
    • College Commitment: Florida State

    The switch-hitting Nander is one of the most well-rounded prospects in the country. He has quality tools across the board, showing an excellent feel to hit with flashes of power from both sides of the plate. Defensively, Nander has efficient feet, very sure hands and easy arm strength across the diamond. He has an advanced internal clock allowing him to play the game at the proper pace, something fairly difficult for many young players. Committed to FSU, Nander is a premium infield prospect.

  • Raynel Delgado - IF
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    Raynel Delgado, IF

    Miami Lakes, FL, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'2''/180
    • High School: Calvary Christian Academy
    • College Commitment: Florida International University

    Raynel is one of the purest hitters in the entire 2018 class. The switch-hitter has excellent bat-to-ball skills from both sides of the plate, finding the barrel with consistency. His stroke has natural rhythm with flashes of power. As a defender Raynel is fluid and confident with dependable hands and the instincts to play nearly anywhere on the field. Committed to Florida International.

  • JT Ginn - RHP
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    JT Ginn, RHP

    Brandon, MS, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'2/205
    • High School: Brandon
    • College Commitment: Mississippi State

    JT has electric stuff, starting with a mid-90s fastball that has late life. He's able to throw it to both sides of the plate. JT complements his big fastball with an slider that has late two-plane break and can also act as an out-pitch. Finishing off his 3-pitch mix, JT has surprising feel for a change that is another effective offering. He is a good athlete on the mound with an extremely quick arm. Committed to Mississippi State.

  • Joe Gray - OF
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    Joe Gray, OF

    Hattiesburg, MS, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'3''/195
    • High School: Hattiesburg
    • College Commitment: Ole Miss

    Joe brings his high-level tools and athleticism back to Wrigley Field. As one of the two underclassmen at last year's event, he impressed throughout the workouts and made an outstanding leaping catch in deep centerfield to rob extra bases in the game. Joe is natural and quick-twitch in all that he does on the field. He has rhythm in his right-handed swing and he generates serious bat speed with very little effort. The ball comes off the bat hard and he has advanced eye/hand coordination that allows him to square up balls with regularity. Versatile enough to play nearly anywhere on the field, Joe fits best in center where his combination of speed and instincts give him excellent range, and his strong arm adds to his defensive profile. Committed to the University of Mississippi.

  • Jordan Groshans - IF
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    Jordan Groshans, IF

    Magnolia, TX, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'4''/195
    • High School: Magnolia
    • College Commitment: Kansas

    A polished all-around game is the hallmark of Jordan Groshans. The 6 foot 4 infielder has the necessary range, hands and arm to stay on the left side of the infield, and has an impact bat that will do damage at higher levels. His approach at the plate is quiet and efficient with a simple hand trigger to get him ready to hit. With little head movement, and few moving parts overall, Jordan uses his quick hands to deliver the barrel with consistency. Not only does he find the barrel, but he does it with authority. He is also is a "baseball rat" with great makeup. Jordan is a University of Kansas commit.

  • Jaden Hill - RHP
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    Jaden Hill, RHP

    Ashdown, AR, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'4''/215
    • High School: Ashdown
    • College Commitment: LSU

    Also a high-level QB on the football field, Jaden uses that arm strength on the mound to attack hitters. He is aggressive with a low-to-mid-90s fastball that he often throws right by opposing hitters. As expected, his delivery is athletic and balanced. He generates easy arm speed and flashes a plus breaking ball. Jaden has an extremely high ceiling. He is committed to LSU.

  • Rece Hinds - IF
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    Rece Hinds, IF

    Niceville, FL, 2019
    • HT/WT: 6'3/200
    • High School: high school
    • College Commitment: LSU

    One of the two underclassmen invited to the Under Armour All-America Game, Rece is a dynamic prospect with a high-level bat. He has a quiet, simple approach and swing that generates lots of hard contact and loft power. In the infield, Rece moves well, has sure hands and has plenty of arm to stay on the left side of the diamond. He plays with a maturity beyond his years on the field and is a young prospect with a very bright future.

  • Noah Naylor - C
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    Noah Naylor, C

    Mississauga, ON, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'0''/200
    • High School: St. Joan of Arc Catholic
    • College Commitment: Texas A&M

    Bo follows in the footsteps of his older brother, and former Under Armour All-American and 1st round draft pick, Josh Naylor. Bo is a left-handed hitting catcher with one of the best pure swings in the entire 2018 class. He has rhythm, feel for the barrel and the ability to drive the ball to either gap. As a defender, he is solid behind the plate with good hands and quick release. While the profile of a left-handed hitting catcher is the most appealing, Bo is versatile enough to play either corner infield spot as well.

  • Brandon Neeck - LHP
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    Brandon Neeck, LHP

    Chappaqua, NY, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'0/180
    • College Commitment: University of Virginia

    Brandon has a long, loose arm stroke that produces a fastball up to 94 mph with very little effort. The ease with which he generates the velocity allows the ball to jump on hitters. He uses a power curve as his out-pitch with 1-7 shape and late depth. A "fresh" northeast arm, Brandon has much more in the tank and should be a premium arm in this class with more experience. Committed to the University of Virginia.

  • Kumar Rocker - RHP
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    Kumar Rocker, RHP

    Watkinsville, GA, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'4''/250
    • High School: North Oconee
    • College Commitment: Vanderbilt

    With a workhorse body and an electric arm, it is easy to envision Kumar as a front-of-the-rotation pitcher at the highest level down the road. In the meantime, he uses his mid-90s fastball with tailing life along with his three-quarter tilt breaking ball and change to dominate high school hitters. His athletic delivery is balanced and repeatable and his clean, quick arm works through with limited effort. Kumar plans to take his electric stuff to Vanderbilt.

  • Connor Scott - OF
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    Connor Scott, OF

    Tampa, FL, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'4''/185
    • High School: Plant
    • College Commitment: Florida

    Connor has a long, lean frame and everything on the baseball field appears to come easy to him. He is a natural left-handed hitter with a unique set-up, and he squares up pitch after pitch on the barrel. The ball comes off his bat with authority often leading to majestic fly balls to all parts of the park - and often out of the park. His advanced, mature approach in the box plays well against velocity and off-speed stuff. Connor profiles best in the corner outfield spots where he shows instincts as well an above average arm that even results in him sometimes jumping on the mound and pitching in the low 90s. Connor is committed to the University of Florida.

  • Mike Siani - OF
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    Mike Siani, OF

    Glenside, PA, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'0/195
    • High School: William Penn Charter
    • College Commitment: Virginia

    A true centerfielder, Mike is a plus defender with great instincts, range and closing speed in the outfield. He adds a plus arm to his high-level profile, making him a very complete prospect in center. In addition, Mike swings the bat with authority from the left side showing bat speed and present strength. He can even jump on the mound and display excellent stuff as a LHP. Mike played for USA Baseball's Gold Medal winning 18U Team last year. He is committed to the University of Virginia.

  • Kevin Vargas - IF
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    Kevin Vargas, IF

    Las Mareas de Salinas, PR, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'2''/175
    • High School: International Baseball Academy
    • College Commitment: Florida International

    An instinctual defender with excellent hands and a strong arm across the infield, Kevin fits that rare profile of a high school prospect who looks capable of staying at shortstop long term. He takes good natural angles to ground balls and plays defense with confidence. At the plate, his right-handed stroke produces hard line drives with occasional pull side power showing through. Committed to Florida International.

  • Ryan Weathers - LHP
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    Ryan Weathers, LHP

    Loretto, TN, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'2/215
    • High School: Loretto
    • College Commitment: Vanderbilt

    With advanced command of his three-pitch arsenal, Ryan is one of the top pitchers in the 2018 class. He repeats his left-handed delivery well and pounds the strike zone with a low 90s fastball, downer curve and effective change. He is an excellent all-around athlete and has dominated on the mound all spring and summer. Ryan looks to follow in the footsteps of his father, David, who had a 19-year MLB career. Committed to Vanderbilt.

  • Austin Wells - C
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    Austin Wells, C

    Henderson, NV, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'3''/195
    • High School: Bishop Gorman
    • College Commitment: Arizona

    Austin is a physical catcher with the type of frame that can withstand the rigors of the position. He is flexible and shows advanced receiving ability along with good quickness on balls in the dirt. His throws have online carry and his exchange is clean and efficient. Austin's mature approach at the plate includes excellent strike zone awareness and a powerful left-handed stroke that does damage to any mistakes. He has a very complete all-around game at a premium position. Committed to the University of Arizona.

  • Cole Wilcox - RHP
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    Cole Wilcox, RHP

    Chickamauga, GA, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'5''/220
    • High School: Heritage
    • College Commitment: Georgia

    Physical and athletic, Cole is an imposing presence on the mound with a 6'5", 225-pound frame, and the stuff to match. He has an electric arm and the look of a front-of-the-rotation starter at the next level. Cole's repeatable delivery and extremely quick arm allow him to run his fastball into the mid-90s with very little effort. The fastball explodes at the plate with some running action, and he is comfortable throwing it to both sides of the plate. Add in a 3/4 tilt breaking ball with tight rotation and a sinking change and the pieces are in place for a special pitching prospect. Cole is committed to the University of Georgia.

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  • Jordyn Adams - OF
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    Jordyn Adams, OF

    Cary, NC, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'2''/180
    • High School: Green Hope
    • College Commitment: North Carolina

    Jordyn is a dynamic athlete with a high ceiling. He possesses the plus speed you would expect from an outfielder who is also a high-level wide receiver on the football field, and has the instincts to use that speed in centerfield. He is quick-twitch throughout including in his hands at the plate, where he generates bat speed leading to plenty of loud contact. His walk-off single in extra innings of the UA AA Game capped the first extra inning contest in the event's history. Jordyn is committed to play both baseball and football at the University of North Carolina.

  • Blaze Alexander - IF
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    Blaze Alexander, IF

    Cape Coral, FL, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'1''/165
    • High School: IMG Academy
    • College Commitment: South Carolina

    Blaze is an athletic infielder with quick feet, soft hands and the best arm strength in the class. His plus arm allows him to make all the throws necessary to stay at shortstop at higher levels. At the plate he has a coordinated right-handed stroke with some hand speed that can lead to flashes of power to the pull side. Also a 6.60 runner with instincts on the bases, Blaze has a complete all-around game. Committed to South Carolina.

  • Will Banfield - C
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    Will Banfield, C

    Lawrenceville, GA, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'0/200
    • High School: Brookwood
    • College Commitment: Vanderbilt

    Will possesses tools across the board while playing a premium position. He is physical and athletic behind the plate with soft, strong hands, outstanding flexibility and big arm strength. His times to second base are consistently in the 1.8 second range. At the plate he shows a clean, efficient right-handed stroke with the ability to drive balls out of the ballpark. Will is committed to Vanderbilt.

  • Luke Bartnicki - LHP
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    Luke Bartnicki, LHP

    Marietta, GA, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'3/200
    • High School: Walton
    • College Commitment: Georgia Tech

    One of the hardest throwers in the class, Luke is a physical presence on the mound with a quiet confidence. His delivery includes an inward turn at the top, helping to hide the ball from hitters, and making it even more difficult to catch up to his premium velocity, which has hit 97 mph at Baseball Factory events. His three pitch mix also includes a low 80s slider and a mid 80s change. Everything is thrown with relative ease allowing him to carry his stuff deeper into games. Committed to Georgia Tech.

  • Elijah Cabell - OF
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    Elijah Cabell, OF

    Winter Park, FL, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'2''/190
    • High School: TNXL Academy
    • College Commitment: LSU

    Elijah is a strong, physical young player with some of the easiest bat speed, and subsequent power, in the class. His right-handed stroke produces loud contact with natural lift. The overall tool package is also among the best in the country and he runs well and flashes arm strength from the outfield. The game seems to come easy to Elijah, who is a legitimate run producer. He profiles best as a corner outfielder. Committed to LSU.

  • Mason Denaburg - RHP
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    Mason Denaburg, RHP

    Merritt Island, FL, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'3''/200
    • High School: Merritt Island
    • College Commitment: Florida

    With an outstanding mix of tools and athleticism, Mason is a unique prospect. As a 6'3" RHP, he has a quick, loose arm that delivers heavy, tailing fastballs in the low 90s from a three-quarter arm slot. The ball jumps out of his hand and gets on hitters in a hurry. He also throws a breaking ball that has good tilt and depth, inducing lots of swing and misses. Mason is truly a high-level athlete as he can play multiple positions on both the baseball field and football field. In fact he may play both sports at the University of Florida, where he is committed.

  • Nolan Gorman - IF
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    Nolan Gorman, IF

    Glendale, AZ, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'1''/205
    • High School: Sandra Day O'Connor
    • College Commitment: Arizona

    Nolan is one of the top hitters in the entire 2018 class with a hit and power combination that is extremely rare, but the most unique aspect of his offensive ability may be his aptitude to carry it into games. He hits when it counts! As an infielder Nolan shows good hands and outstanding, easy arm strength across the diamond. He profiles best at third base at the next level where his tools and instincts fit very well. Nolan was very impressive launching balls out of Wrigley Field to win the UA AA HR Derby, and is a legitimate run producing bat in the future. Committed to the University of Arizona.

  • Ethan Hankins - RHP
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    Ethan Hankins, RHP

    Cumming, GA, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'6/215
    • High School: Forsyth Central
    • College Commitment: Vanderbilt

    Ethan seems to be playing catch on the mound, yet his fastball lives in the mid-90s - touching 97 mph. He throws from a 3/4 arm slot with the ball exploding out of his hand, making it particularly difficult on right-handed hitters. He also mixes in a change and throws all pitches from a clean, quick arm stroke. Add it all together, and you have one of the top prospects in the entire 2018 class. He is committed to Vanderbilt and fits the mold of the high-level pitchers that they continue to recruit.

  • Ben Harris - LHP & OF
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    Ben Harris, LHP & OF

    Alpharetta, GA, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'1/190
    • High School: Milton
    • College Commitment: Virginia

    A very talented two-way player, Ben excels on the mound, in the outfield and at the plate. On the mound, the LHP has a repeatable delivery and a low 90s fastball that seems to jump on hitters late. He also mixes in a curve and change for an effective arsenal. At the plate, he is a natural hitter with excellent hands and a knack for the barrel. He can drive balls to all parts of the park with flashes of home run power. Ben is committed to the University of Virginia.

  • Jeremiah Jackson - IF
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    Jeremiah Jackson, IF

    Mobile, AL, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'0''/165
    • High School: St. Luke's Episcopal
    • College Commitment: Mississippi State

    Jeremiah is a dynamic player with the ability to impact the game in many ways. What immediately stands out is his loose, quick right-handed stroke that leads to hard contact to all fields. He is confident in the box and piles up lots of quality at bats. Defensively, he has quick-actions with good feet and dependable hands. An above-average runner, Jeremiah can also pressure the defense with his legs and aggressive base running. He is committed to Mississippi State.

  • Jarred Kelenic - OF
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    Jarred Kelenic, OF

    Waukesha, WI, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'0''/195
    • High School: Waukesha West
    • College Commitment: Louisville

    Jarred's calling card is his ability to hit. He has outstanding barrel awareness, seemingly making solid, hard contact in every at bat. His present strength allows him to drive balls all over the field with flashes of home run power, mainly to the pull side. Jarred is unfazed by quality pitching, as demonstrated during his stint with the USA 18U National Team last summer. He hit .404, led the team in extra base hits, and was named MVP as the USA team captured the gold medal in the Pan Am Games. Jarred's instincts, closing speed and arm strength allow him to play multiple outfield spots. Committed to Louisville.

  • Matthew Liberatore - LHP
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    Matthew Liberatore, LHP

    Peoria, AZ, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'5''/190
    • High School: Mountain Ridge
    • College Commitment: Arizona

    Matthew is an outstanding LHP prospect with excellent stuff. His fastball has good downhill plane to it and sits comfortably in the 88-92 mph range. There is certainly more in the tank, but the pitch is plenty effective as it is now. He pitches to both sides of the plate and is not afraid to throw inside to right-handed hitters. Matthew complements his live fastball with a curve that has tight rotation and late depth, and a changeup. His curve acts as his out-pitch, while his change is an effective weapon against right-handed hitters. Committed to the University of Arizona

  • David Luethje - RHP
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    David Luethje, RHP

    Vero Beach, FL, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'5/185
    • High School: Vero Beach
    • College Commitment: Florida

    David has a tall, lean frame with long levers that lead to low 90s fastball velocity from an effortless delivery. He has an advanced feel to pitch, moving his fastball in and out while it seems to explode on the hitter. David also lands his curveball, that has crisp 11-5 shape, with regularity. It is easy to envision him as a true power arm in the future. He is committed to the University of Florida.

  • Kody Milton - IF
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    Kody Milton, IF

    Arnold, MD, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'3''/190
    • High School: Severna Park
    • College Commitment: Maryland

    Kody is a solidly-built right-handed hitter with a fluid, natural swing and leverage power. He can hit balls out to all parts of the park and shows the ability to both handle velocity and react well to off-speed offerings. He is a versatile defender who can play either corner infield spot with dependable hands and an accurate arm. Kody's father Eric (who is also his high school coach) had a long MLB career on the mound. Kody is committed to the University of Maryland.

  • Kameron Ojeda - C
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    Kameron Ojeda, C

    La Mirada, CA, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'1''/180
    • High School: St. John Bosco
    • College Commitment: Cal State Fullerton

    A polished all-around catcher, Kameron is an advanced receiver with strong, sure hands and flexibility. He also has the high baseball IQ and leadership skills that you look for in a backstop. Add in a quick release and accurate arm to make for a very polished defender. Kameron has a fluid, natural swing from the left side with good bat-to-ball skills and the ability to shoot balls in both gaps. He is committed to Cal State Fullerton.

  • Matt Rudis - RHP
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    Matt Rudis, RHP

    Madisonville, TX, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'3/195
    • High School: Madisonville
    • College Commitment: TCU

    Matt has an athletic, proportioned frame and throws from a 3/4 slot, making for some very uncomfortable at bats for right-handed hitters. His heavy fastball sits from 90-94 mph and has bat-breaking tailing life. That pitch alone could go through most high school lineups, but he complements it with a two-plane breaking ball and a solid change. Matt throws all his offerings for strikes and is aggressive with his fastball. The arsenal is solid and the ceiling is high for this talented prospect. Committed to TCU.

  • Alek Thomas - OF
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    Alek Thomas, OF

    Chicago, IL, 2018
    • HT/WT: 5'11''/175
    • High School: Mount Carmel
    • College Commitment: TCU

    Alek is an ultra-athletic outfielder with an outstanding left-handed swing and the speed to stay in centerfield. He generates excellent bat speed in a compact stroke that results in surprising power and lots of hard contact. The 3-sport standout shows his athleticism, high baseball IQ and natural instincts both on the bases and defensively. The Chicago native should feel right at home at Wrigley Field this summer. Alek is committed to TCU.

  • Garrett Wade - LHP
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    Garrett Wade, LHP

    Hartselle, AL, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'2/180
    • High School: Hartselle
    • College Commitment: Auburn

    Garrett is an athletic LHP with a repeatable delivery and a clean, quick arm. His fastball has good tailing action to it and sat in the upper 80s at the Under Armour All-America Game with more in the tank. His out-pitch is a 2-plane breaking ball thrown up to 81 mph with late bite. He has a lot of confidence in this pitch and lands it consistently for strikes. With his 6'2" frame and advanced breaking ball, look for a big spring from Garrett.

  • Cole Winn - RHP
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    Cole Winn, RHP

    Orange, CA, 2018
    • HT/WT: 6'2''/180
    • High School: Orange Lutheran
    • College Commitment: Mississippi State

    Cole is a polished right-handed pitcher with advanced feel to pitch and an impressive 3-pitch arsenal. He has a fluid, natural delivery that results in lots of strikes without much effort. He sits comfortably in the low 90s with a fastball that he commands well. In addition, Cole has confidence in his breaking ball and change and lands them in any count. He looks to follow the long history of Colorado high school pitchers who go on to success at higher levels. Committed to Mississippi State.

  • Bobby Witt Jr. - IF
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    Bobby Witt Jr., IF

    Colleyville, TX, 2019
    • HT/WT: 6'1''/180
    • High School: Colleyville Heritage
    • College Commitment: Oklahoma

    One of only two underclassmen competing in the Under Armour All-America Game, Bobby has an outstanding ability to use his high-level tools in games. He continually produces when it counts, and he impacts games in several ways. He has a quick right-handed bat with power, plus speed, is a smooth, reliable defender, and has been outstanding on the mound. Bobby is committed to Oklahoma.

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