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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 2020 game? Your path starts at an Under Armour Baseball Factory National Tryout.

July 22, 2019

Wrigley Field | Chicago, IL

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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, 365 of the 399 draft eligible players from the Under Armour All-America Game have been selected in the MLB Amateur Draft including 108 first round picks.

Former Under Armour All-Americans selected in the 2019 draft includeBobby Witt, Jr. (2017 & 2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 2 Overall Pick, Kansas City Royals); Riley Greene (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 5 Overall Pick, Detroit Tigers); CJ Abrams (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 6 Overall Pick, San Diego Padres); Hunter Bishop ( Arizona State | 2015 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 10 Overall Pick, San Francisco Giants); Alek Manoah (2015 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 11 Overall Pick, Toronto Blue Jays); Corbin Carroll (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 16 Overall Pick, Arizona Diamondbacks); Quinn Priester (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 18 Overall Pick, Pittsburgh Pirates); Daniel Espino (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 24 Overall Pick, Cleveland Indians); Anthony Volpe (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 30 Overall Pick, New York Yankees); Brennan Malone (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 33 Overall Pick, Arizona Diamondbacks);

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Meet the Players

11 Years at Wrigley Field
365 Under Armour All-Americans Drafted
108 First Round Picks

Past Under Armour All-America Rosters

2014 Under Armour All-America National Roster

  • Beau Burrows - RHP - 55
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    Beau Burrows, RHP

    Weatherford, TX, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'1/200
    • High School: Weatherford
    • College Commitment: Texas A&M University

    Drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 1st Round (22nd overall) of the 2015 MLB Draft Game Scouting Report: Beau is an athletic RHP with an extremely quick arm. He generates some of the best velocity in the class, pitching in the 92-96 mph range. He is a competitor who aggressively attacks hitters on the mound with his plus fastball, downer curve and quality change. Add in some deception in the delivery and you get lots of uncomfortable at bats for hitters. He stood out in front of the Baseball Factory scouts at the Under Armour Showcase - Team One Futures Texas.

  • Kody Clemens - IF - 2
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    Kody Clemens, IF

    Houston, TX, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'1''/170
    • High School: Memorial
    • College Commitment: University of Texas - Austin

    Kody has a high-waisted, athletic build at 6-1 and 175 pounds. He has quick hands to hit along with a good path to contact, and maintains strength through contact, allowing him to generate consistent line drives along with some power to the pull gap with a wood bat. He runs well both in the 60 (6.8 range) and down the line (4.3 from the left side), giving him some profile options. His feet have quickness in the infield, and he has arm strength. In general, he has a good feel for the game, which gives him usable tools - especially hitting ability - but he also has enough feel to play in the middle of the field defensively. His brother Kacy is a former Under Armour All-America Game participant, and his father is 7-time Cy Young winner Roger Clemens.

  • Wyatt Cross - C - 25
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    Wyatt Cross, C

    Broomfield, CO, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'3''/190
    • High School: Legacy
    • College Commitment: Indiana University

    Wyatt is the top defensive catcher in the 2015 class. He has advanced receiving skills and shuts down the opponent's running game. His quick release and strong, accurate arm have led to times as low as 1.75 to second base. Add in his clean left-handed stroke and durable frame and you have a very appealing backstop.

  • Kyle Dean - OF - 7
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    Kyle Dean, OF

    San Diego, CA, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'2/205
    • High School: Rancho Bernardo
    • College Commitment: California State University - Monterey Bay

    Kyle is a dynamic talent with an impressive array of tools. He swings the bat with authority from the right side showing present power. Defensively, he tracks balls well thanks to his speed and instincts, and he also shows off an arm that plays at all three outfield spots.

  • Starling Heredia - OF - 24
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    Starling Heredia, OF

    Santo Domingo, DR, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'1/190
    • High School:
    • College Commitment:

    Starling is very athletic with a well-proportioned muscular build, such that he resembles a slightly smaller framed and less physically mature version of Yasiel Puig. His right-handed stroke produces hard contact from gap-to-gap, with the bat speed for plus power to the pull side. He's a solid defender with speed to cover a lot of ground and above average arm strength, allowing for profile options in centerfield or right field.

  • Justin Hooper - LHP - 51
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    Justin Hooper, LHP

    San Ramon, CA, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'7/230
    • High School: De La Salle
    • College Commitment: University of California - Los Angeles - UCLA

    Justin is a big, intimidating presence on the mound. He has a quick, live arm that allows him to run his fastball into the mid 90s. His three-quarter arm slot leads to excellent movement, and his breaking ball has bite and tight rotation.

  • Ryan Johnson - OF - 32
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    Ryan Johnson, OF

    College Station, TX, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'3''/200
    • High School: College Station
    • College Commitment: Texas Christian University

    Ryan returns to this year's Under Armour All-America Game after playing in last year's event as one of two underclassmen. Ryan is one of the top hitters in the 2015 class with a clean left-handed stroke that generates bat speed and power. He has a knack for finding the barrel and can drive the ball to all fields.

  • Cole McKay - RHP - 33
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    Cole McKay, RHP

    Spring Beach, TX, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'5/225
    • High School: Smithson Valley
    • College Commitment: Abilene Christian University

    Cole has large features and a mature look at 6'5" and 220 pounds. His stuff is that of the prototypical big Texas right-hander, and primarily features a consistent low 90's fastball with riding arm side life. He's reached nearer to 95 on numerous occasions, and it seems a safe bet for him to get there more often over time. He's got some feel for a mid 70's curve with downward action and change around 80, giving him an arsenal fitting of at least a middle of the rotation profile.

  • Anthony Molina - RHP - 23
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    Anthony Molina, RHP

    Pembroke Pines, FL, 2016
    • HT/WT: 6'5/180
    • High School: West Broward
    • College Commitment:

    Anthony's long, lean frame produces fastballs that sit in the low 90s with outstanding life. He also has the ability to reach back for more and touch the mid-90s. His curveball has depth and he has a good feel for his change. This is a very exciting young arm.

  • Kyle Molnar - RHP - 21
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    Kyle Molnar, RHP

    Aliso Viejo, CA, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'3/200
    • High School: Aliso Niguel
    • College Commitment: University of California - Los Angeles - UCLA

    An outstanding all-around athlete, Kyle excels on the mound with a repeatable delivery and a low 90s fastball. His delivery is minimal effort and he is a strike thrower. His breaking ball has tight rotation with two-plane break, and a change is his third offering. This competitor is one of the top arms in the 2015 class.

  • Ryan Mountcastle - IF - 5
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    Ryan Mountcastle, IF

    Oviedo, FL, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'3''/180
    • High School: Hagerty
    • College Commitment: University of Central Florida

    Ryan is a physical infielder with a knack for finding the barrel against all levels of pitching. His right-handed stroke generates bat speed and pull-side power, and he tends to rise the occasion. As a defender, Ryan has fluid actions, sure hands and a clean release with plenty of arm across the diamond.

  • Josh Naylor - 1B - 10
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    Josh Naylor, 1B

    Mississauga, ON, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'1/225
    • High School: St. Joan of Arc Catholic
    • College Commitment: Texas Tech University

    Josh is a left-handed hitter with an extremely advanced approach. He finds the barrel consistently and also possesses big raw power. His combination of hitting ability and useable power makes him one of the top offensive players in the class. He has stared for Canada's Youth National Team the past few seasons.

  • Nick Plummer - OF - 11
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    Nick Plummer, OF

    Lathrup Village, MI, 2015
    • HT/WT: 5'11/190
    • High School: Brother Rice
    • College Commitment: University of Kentucky

    Nick is one of the top hitters in the country. His strong frame produces a well-coordinated swing that leads to consistent hard contact. He can drive balls to all parts of the park and shows the ability to have his raw power play in games in the way of home runs. He has no problem catching up to velocity and his pitch recognition and plate discipline are both advanced. This is a complete hitter who is also capable of using his speed and instincts to patrol center field defensively, though his bat will play anywhere. Nick has proven himself as one of the top 2015 outfield prospects in a class loaded at that position.

  • Cal Raleigh - C - 35
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    Cal Raleigh, C

    Cullowhee, NC, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'3/195
    • High School: Smoky Mountain
    • College Commitment: Florida State University

    Cal is a versatile and talented baseball player with relatively young legs as a catcher. Though he appears to have found his home behind the plate, he built his foundation as a baseball player all over the field. His game on the diamond has also been shaped by his time as a standout basketball player. In short, he's more athletically dynamic than most behind the plate and has the requisite position specific skills. His versatility doesn't stop with the glove. He is a switch hitter with an impressive combination of physical skill and feel for hitting from both sides of the plate. He is the son of Todd Raleigh, former Head Coach at University of Tennessee and Western Carolina, so there's no doubt baseball is in his blood.

  • Franklin Reyes - OF - 34
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    Franklin Reyes, OF

    San Cristobal, DR,
    • HT/WT: 6'4''/190
    • High School:
    • College Commitment:

    Franklin fits the perfect profile for a right fielder at the next level with his light tower power and plus throwing arm. He generates outstanding bat speed in his aggressive right-haned swing and the ball comes off his bat loudly. His eye/hand coordination and feel for hitting make it likely that his huge raw power will play. He reads balls wells in the outfield and has solid range to go along with his big arm. Franklin's older brother Franmil, a former Under Armour All-American, is currently playing in the Padres' organization.

  • Austin Riley - RHP & IF - 13
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    Austin Riley, RHP & IF

    Hernando, MS, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'2/235
    • High School: DeSoto Central
    • College Commitment: Mississippi State University

    Austin is one of the top two-way players in the 2015 class. He has a bright future both on the mound and as a hitter. As a pitcher his fastball sits comfortably in the low 90s, touching higher. He has excellent feel for his breaking ball and competes on the mound. At the plate he has a short, powerful stroke with legitimate power and a feel for the barrel. His big frame and athleticism indicate even more from him in the future.

  • Sati Santa Cruz - RHP - 47
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    Sati Santa Cruz, RHP

    Sahuarita, AZ, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'1/200
    • High School: Sahuarita
    • College Commitment: Central Arizona College

    Sati is a big, physical RHP with outstanding stuff. His velocity is in the low 90s from an effortless delivery with an easy arm swing. His three-quarter release leads to a heavy sinking fastball. He complements that with a sweeping slider and a change. This is a young pitcher with a durable body and more velocity in the tank.

  • Nicholas Shumpert - IF - 22
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    Nicholas Shumpert, IF

    Lone Tree, CO, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'0''/180
    • High School: Highlands Ranch
    • College Commitment: San Jacinto College

    An outstanding mix of tools and instincts, Nicholas can really play the game. He swings the bat with natural rhythm and generates serious bat speed through the zone, making consistent hard contact. As a defender, Nicholas has quick feet, soft hands, a quick release and plenty of arm strength across the diamond. He has present strength and is an excellent athlete helping to make all of his tools usable right now. Nicholas is the son of former Major League player, Terry Shumpert.

  • Thomas Szapucki - LHP - 12
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    Thomas Szapucki, LHP

    Palm Beach Gardens, FL, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'2/185
    • High School: Dwyer
    • College Commitment: University of Florida

    Thomas is a LHP with a fastball that explodes out of his hand. There is little effort shown to generate his fastball velocity that sits comfortably in the low 90s and can touch higher. He spins a breaking ball that has 1/7 shape and very tight rotation, and can act as a swing-and-miss pitch.

  • Corey Zangari - RHP - 9
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    Corey Zangari, RHP

    Oklahoma City, OK, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'4/230
    • High School: Carl Albert
    • College Commitment: Oklahoma State University

    Corey is a physical right-handed pitcher at 6-4, 220 pounds. Fittingly, he features the classic power arm combination of a mid to upper 90's heater with a hard, biting breaking ball. He sits in the mid 90's and has touched as high as 98, while the breaking ball has shown knee-buckling depth. His power isn't limited to the mound. He handles the bat well enough to be considered by many a top-flight two-way prospect.

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  • Luken Baker - RHP - 9
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    Luken Baker, RHP

    Spring, TX, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'4''/245
    • High School: Oak Ridge
    • College Commitment: Texas Christian University

    Luken is a big, physical presence on the mound. He gets good downhill plane to his fastball that sits comfortably in the 92-94 mph range and touches higher. He also has tight rotation on his low 80s slider and mixes in a developing change. Luken is a solid athlete who has the build to handle innings and the quality stuff that points to front of the rotation potential. He was first identified by the Baseball Factory scouting staff at the Under Armour Showcase - Team One Futures Texas.

  • Seth Beer - OF - 12
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    Seth Beer, OF

    Suwanee, GA, 2016
    • HT/WT: 6'3/205
    • High School: Lambert
    • College Commitment: Clemson University

    Seth is one of two underclassmen we'll see at the 2014 Under Armour All-America Game. He was once considered an Olympic hopeful swimmer, and still owns a pair of national backstroke records. The long levers that once propelled him across the pool now serve to drive his advanced left-handed stroke. His move is loose and full, and he accelerates the barrel through the hitting zone to generate hard contact to the middle of the field. It truly sounds different off his bat, and he has the ability to launch the ball a long way to the pull side. This gives him the makings of the rare hit & power combination, and he's just a 2016 graduate. The run, arm and field tools are consistent with a high level corner OF profile.

  • Chris Betts - C - 26
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    Chris Betts, C

    Long Beach, CA, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'1/205
    • High School: Long Beach Wilson
    • College Commitment: University of Tennessee

    Chris is a physical young catcher with one of the best left-handed bats in the 2015 class. His stroke is clean with repeatable power, especially to the pull side. His durable frame and strong hands are well suited to allow him to stay behind the plate defensively.

  • Hunter Bowling - LHP - 13
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    Hunter Bowling, LHP

    Lake Worth, FL, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'7/215
    • High School: American Heritage
    • College Commitment: University of North Florida

    Hunter is an intimidating presence on the mound at 6-7 with long levers. He pitches comfortably in the low 90's and has reached 94 with excellent downhill plane to his fastball. His length and velocity combine to get the ball on top of hitters in a hurry. Somewhat of a late bloomer, he's made great strides and has started to repeat his delivery such that he is able to compete in the zone with three pitches. His breaking ball has low 80's velocity with sharp two-plane break, and he also shows a low 80's change that turns over some to his arm side.

  • Dazmon Cameron - OF - 24
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    Dazmon Cameron, OF

    McDonough, GA, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'1/184
    • High School: Eagle's Landing Christian
    • College Commitment:

    A returning player to the Under Armour All-America Game, Dazmon is a dynamic talent with outstanding tools. He has lightning quick hands at the plate with excellent barrel accuracy. In the outfield, he glides to balls with ease and has the instincts and range to play centerfield at higher levels. Dazmon is the total package and the son of former Major League player, Mike Cameron.

  • Justin Cohen - C - 17
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    Justin Cohen, C

    Sarasota, FL, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'0/195
    • High School: Riverview HS
    • College Commitment: Florida State University

    Justin is the type of athlete not commonly found behind the plate. He has a well-rounded set of tools, and the ability to play all over the field. Though his actions are easy both defensively and to hit, he makes his body and the ball move with speed. Behind the plate, he features a plus arm along with advanced catch and throw skills. His right-handed stroke is loose and easy, and is built for hard line drives from gap-to-gap. His ability to whip the barrel through contact gives him surprising ability to drive the ball to the opposite field.

  • Devin Davis - 1B - 21
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    Devin Davis, 1B

    Santa Clarita, CA, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'2/210
    • High School: Valencia
    • College Commitment: Loyola Marymount University

    Devin is one of the top offensive players in the 2015 class, with arguably the best combination of hitting ability and raw power. His right-handed stroke is compact, but he packs a punch and consistently finds the good part of the barrel. It sounds different off his bat, and reacts different as well. He can drive the ball with authority all over the ballpark. He moves around the bag well at 1B and is an athletic young man who is a legitimate run producer.

  • Gray Fenter - RHP - 58
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    Gray Fenter, RHP

    West Memphis, AR, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'1/200
    • High School: West Memphis
    • College Commitment: University of Mississippi

    The solidly built Fenter has an advanced mix of quality offerings and pitchability. He has a controlled, repeatable delivery that leads to excellent command of his fastball that sits in the low 90s, occasionally bumping mid 90s. He has a true out-pitch in his hard, late-breaking curveball that has excellent downward bite, and he also mixes in a change with late fade.

  • Mitchell Hansen - OF - 16
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    Mitchell Hansen, OF

    , TX, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'4/197
    • College Commitment: Stanford University

    Mitchell owns a classic left-handed stroke, with a smooth and pure action through the zone. He is arguably among the best hitters in the 2015 class, thanks to his advanced feel, which allows him to apply his previously mentioned stroke against high-level stuff. He squares the ball up regularly to all parts of the ballpark, with power to the pull side. It's a pleasure to watch him handle the bat. He is a talented and capable all-around athlete with foot speed (6.6 range 60-yard dash) and versatility to patrol all three outfield spots along with the open spaces of the gridiron as a wide receiver.

  • Ke'Bryan Hayes - IF - 8
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    Ke'Bryan Hayes, IF

    Tomball, TX, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'1/210
    • High School: Concordia Lutheran
    • College Commitment: University of Tennessee

    Ke'Bryan makes the game look easy with an impressive skill set and excellent instincts for the game. His right-handed stroke produces hard line drive contact to all fields, and he is unfazed by velocity or off-speed stuff. At third base he has smooth actions with soft hands and a strong, accurate arm. Ke'Bryan is the son of former Major League player, Charlie Hayes.

  • Juan Hillman - LHP - 18
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    Juan Hillman, LHP

    Winter Garden, FL, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'2/185
    • High School: Olympia High School
    • College Commitment: University of Central Florida

    Juan has an outstanding feel on the mound and showcases an advanced three-pitch mix. He commands his fastball that sits comfortably around 90mph very well. He complements the fastball with a curveball that has good shape and depth as well as a change. Combined with his athleticism, this makes an excellent overall package.

  • Bryan Hoeing - RHP - 37
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    Bryan Hoeing, RHP

    Batesville, IN, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'6/200
    • High School: Batesville
    • College Commitment: University of Louisville

    Had he chosen a different route, Bryan would likely be an up-and-coming elite Division I basketball recruit. Instead, the 6'6" right-handed pitcher is leaping up MLB draft boards as his stuff is catching up to his athleticism. He's posted sub-seven times in the 60-yard dash, and now gets off the mound very well to field his position. He works from a three quarters arm angle and fills up the zone with a three-pitch mix. The fastball has arm side run and sink into the low 90's. His secondary stuff includes a developing change, a mid-to-upper 70's curve and a low 80's slider.

  • Alonzo Jones Jr. - IF - 22
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    Alonzo Jones Jr., IF

    Columbus, GA, 2015
    • HT/WT: 5'10''/192
    • High School: Columbus
    • College Commitment: Vanderbilt University

    Alonzo is a terrific athlete who is one of the fastest players in the 2015 class. His 6.33 speed in the 60-yard dash translates to plus range in the field and puts constant pressure on opposing defenses. He swings the bat with authority from both sides of the plate with bat speed and a clean stroke. He also is a versatile defender with good instincts and soft hands. Alonzo's combination of speed and offensive ability is difficult to find.

  • Kyler Murray - IF - 7
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    Kyler Murray, IF

    Allen, TX, 2015
    • HT/WT: 5'11/180
    • High School: Allen
    • College Commitment: Texas A&M University

    Kyler becomes the first player to ever be selected for both the Under Armour All-America Baseball and Football games. To this point, he is better known as the top dual-threat quarterback in the country and has led Allen High School to two straight Texas 5A state titles. In last year's 16-0 season he threw for 3,248 yards and 40 TDs while also rushing for 1,230 yards and 17 TDs. The amazing thing is that his future might be even brighter on the diamond. His plus speed, overall athleticism and ability with the bat allow him to impact the game each time he steps on the baseball field. He also flashed useable power last spring and the consensus is that he has an extremely high ceiling in baseball once he concentrates more on the sport. His father played professional baseball and was an All-America QB in college while his uncle played several MLB seasons, so the bloodlines are also there. The future is bright for Kyler who is arguably to top all-around athlete for all sports in the entire 2015 class. He is committed to Texas A&M.

  • Mike Nikorak - RHP - 42
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    Mike Nikorak, RHP

    Stroudsburg, PA, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'4/205
    • High School: Stroudsburg
    • College Commitment: University of Alabama

    One of the top pitchers in the 2015 class, Mike has a tall, proportioned build and an athletic delivery. He pitches in the 92-95 range, touching 97, and complements his fastball with a tight breaking ball and quality change. Mike is an outstanding athlete who is an accomplished high school QB.

  • Demi Orimoloye - OF - 27
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    Demi Orimoloye, OF

    Orleans, ON, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'4/225
    • High School: St. Matthew
    • College Commitment: University of Oregon

    Demi is a rare combination of power and speed on an extra-large frame. His right-handed stroke is still a bit raw, but he has a knack for squaring up balls in game situations and the ball comes off his bat with authority. He has outstanding raw power and frequently drives balls out of the park to right-center field. He is a plus runner who can play centerfield, but also has plenty of arm for right field. Having only played baseball seriously for a few years, Demi is still fairly "new" to the sport and is advancing at a rapid rate. His tools, body and aptitude give him one of the highest ceilings in the 2015 class.

  • Brendan Rodgers - IF - 2
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    Brendan Rodgers, IF

    Longwood, FL, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'0/195
    • High School: Lake Mary
    • College Commitment: Florida State University

    Brendan brings a lot to the table both offensively and defensively. At shortstop, he has excellent instincts with a quick first step leading to outstanding range. His hands, body control and arm make him an outstanding all-around defender. At the plate, he has a quick, simple stroke that results in consistent line drives. He is a comfortable, confident hitter that always seems to find the barrel.

  • Ashe Russell - RHP - 35
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    Ashe Russell, RHP

    Indianapolis, IN, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'4/195
    • High School: Cathedral
    • College Commitment: Texas A&M University

    A tall, lean RHP, Ashe has an athletic delivery that generate mid 90s fastball velocity. The ball comes out of his hand well and has late life eliciting a lot of swing-and-misses. He compliments his fastball with a low 80s slider with late bite and good tilt. Ashe was the 2014 Gatorade Player of the Year in Indiana.

  • Cole Sands - RHP - 10
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    Cole Sands, RHP

    Tallahassee, FL, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'3/205
    • High School: North Florida Christian
    • College Commitment: Florida State University

    Cole features an advanced feel for pitching along with a quality three pitch mix. His fastball reaches into the low 90s with heavy arm side life and good downward angle. He works quickly with an up-tempo delivery, and has command of at least two pitches. His low 80's change is arguably his best secondary offering - he commands it nearly as well as his fastball, only it has more consistent and sharper action down in the zone. His older brother Carson pitched in the 2013 Under Armour All-America Game, and went on to sign with the Chicago Cubs after being selected in the 4th round of the 2014 MLB draft.

  • Anthony (LT) Tolbert - IF - 1
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    Anthony (LT) Tolbert, IF

    Piedmont, SC, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'3/185
    • High School: Wren
    • College Commitment: University of South Carolina

    LT offers scouts a chance to dream on a variety of future profile options. At 185 pounds, his 6'3" frame has room to fill out such that things stand to change quite drastically for him, especially with the bat. He's got a loose, pretty left-handed stroke with natural lift that could easily develop into a power-producing machine as he gets stronger. Defensively, he has the athleticism, versatility and arm strength to play anywhere in the infield, allowing for profile options up the middle if you bet on the glove, on a corner if you bet on the power, or as a utility guy if you bet on the versatility and instincts.

  • Kyle Tucker - OF - 30
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    Kyle Tucker, OF

    Tampa, FL, 2015
    • HT/WT: 6'3/190
    • High School: Plant
    • College Commitment: University of Florida

    Kyle is an extremely talented young player with a left-handed swing that does damage. He has an advanced approach and shows the ability to handle high-level pitching already. He drives balls to all fields and finds the barrel consistently. As a defender, he glides to balls and throws accurately and with carry.

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