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Super25 : : General
15u PG Super25 Projections
Drake Browne        
Published: Friday, March 21, 2014



All amateur baseball teams will have the opportunity to become the No. 1 team in their region and represent that region in the Perfect Game Super25 National Championship.

The 15u PG Super25 will be played in Fort Myers, FL on July 30-03.  The spring training home of the Boston Red Sox, Jet Blue Park, will play host to the 25 teams competing for a National Title.  Spots still remain in the qualifying tournaments, so request an invite today to earn a berth to the Perfect Game Super25.

Berths Earned:

Texas State Regional Champions: Marucci Houston
Went a perfect 5-0 to win the Texas State Regional in Houston, TX.   Marucci was led at the plate by C/OF Kyle Harper, who went 7-14 with 3 HBP and 4 RBI.  The team finished the 2013 season ranked #16 in the nation by PG after advancing to the Final Four of the WWBA Freshman World Championship.

SoCal Regional Champions: Team Phenom
Phenom defeated the Placentia Mustangs in the championship game of the SoCal Regional to earn a berth in the PG Super25.  OF Jaren Lonzo was named the tournament MVP, while five other players also were named to the All-Tournament Team.

Caribbean Regional Champions: Aguilas
Impressive showing to take home the title at the Caribbean Regional.  The team from Carolina, PR is led by OF Nestor Muriel, the top ranked outfield prospect in Puerto Rico.  Muriel was named to the Top Prospect List at the Caribbean Underclass Showcase, where he threw 91 mph from the outfield and showed developing bat speed.

Projected Berths:

*Teams expected to play in 2014 tournaments 

Florida State Regional: MBA Pride Elite
Team advanced to the semifinals of the 14u Perfect Game World Series and finished 2013 as the #4 team in the nation according to the PG Travel Team Rankings.  Played up a division in the 16u North Florida Qualifier this past fall, where they defeated FTB Mizuno and CFBL Mizuno Select on their way to the Championship.  Very talented group of players from the Daytona Beach area.

North Florida Regional: Scorpions Prime 2017
#30 in the final PG Travel Team Rankings, the Scorpions have added a number of talented players and will be a team to watch in the PG Super25.  Keep an eye on SS Greg Lewandoski from Deland, FL.  The 6’0”, 155 lb. infielder was named to the initial PG follow list for some of the top players in the 2017 class.

South Florida Regional: Xtreme Baseball
Talented group out of Cape Coral, FL, who advanced to the semifinals of the PG World Series and the round of 8 at the WWBA National Championship.  Finished 2013 as the #13 ranked team in the nation by PG, with top wins over NorCal, STL Gamers, and the New England Ruffnecks.

South Super Regional: Houston Banditos
After winning the 14u Perfect Game World Series, the Banditos were named the #1 team in the nation in the final 2013 rankings.  The team will be locked and loaded for 2014 with many of the same talented players and a few additions.

North Texas Regional: Dallas Tigers – Woods
The Tigers proved themselves among the nations’ finest in 2013.  The team finished the season as the #7 ranked team in the nation by Perfect Game, after advancing to the semifinals at the BCS and boasting quality wins over the Georgia Jackets and Oklahoma Cardinals.

Georgia Regional: Homeplate Chili Dogs
Strong program out of Peachtree City, GA, who has been highly competitive at many PG events throughout the years.  Will be a tough team to beat in 2014 with a strong class of rising sopohomores.

Coastal Regional: Coastal Crush
Went a perfect 4-0 at the 15u PG Super25 Coastal Qualifier this past September.  Defeated the Carolina Reds by the score of 6-5 in the championship game, while also defeating the Charlotte Megastars and Blue Chip Bulls at the tournament.

Ohio Valley Regional: Kentucky Baseball Club
Finished as the #12 ranked team in the nation by Perfect Game after advancing to the semifinals of the WWBA National Championship.  Had wins over Xtreme Baseball and the South Florida Elite Squad.

Pacific Northwest Regional: West Coast Mariners
Top team out of the Northwest with many talented players.  The Mariners have been invited to the PG World Series after PG scouts have been impressed with the teams’ potential and skill level.

South Texas Regional: Team Citius - Turner
Lost a close game in the finals of the PG Super25 Texas State Regional, and have been good at many other PG events including the Freshman World Championship.  OF/RHP Ronald Washington is one of the most interesting prospects in the 2017 class, as he has been named to the All-Tournament team at all five PG tournaments he has played in thus far.  His fastball is up to 87 mph and he shows strength and power in his swing.

Great Lakes Regional: Elite Baseball Training
The Elite Baseball program has emerged as one of the top clubs in the nation, pumping out division one prospects over the past few seasons.  This will be a team to watch throughout the PG Super25.

Midwest Super Regional: Indiana Prospects Gold
The Indiana Prospects are another organization that has talent at every age level.  The 15u Gold team will be one of the best in the Midwest, if not the entire country this coming season.

Southeast Super Regional: Georgia Jackets 15u
The Jackets finished 2013 as the #5 ranked team in the nation.  They were the runners-up at the PG World series, and also made it to the elite eight at the BCS Finals.  Impressive wins over the Orlando Scorpions, Tri-State Arsenal, and North Texas Longhorns.

Central Regional: Hitters Baseball
Top club out of the Wisconsin area, with some of the regions’ emerging prospects.  LHP Ben Dragani, RHP Jacob Lindemann, and C Jamie DeWitt are some of the  players to watch from this team.

West Super Regional: Team California
New club but will remain one of the top organizations in California with a lot of talent and high level coaching.  Will be a good team and organization to watch.

Four Corners Regional: T-Rex Baseball
Champions of the Perfect Game MLK Championship, earning the #10 national ranking and proving themselves as one of the best in the nation.  SS/RHP Boyd Vander Kooi is one of the players to follow in the 2017 class.

NorCal Regional: Colton Nighthawks
Team played in both of the 15u SoCal Qualifiers this past fall and showed a lot of talent and ability to win as a team.  At the Fall Classic, the Nighthawks defeated the ABD Armour in round one of the playoffs and then won in convincing fashion over the Outlaws in the Championship Game.

California State Regional: CBA Marucci
One of the best teams in all of the high school ages, CBA Marucci has become a dominant program on the west coast with many high level players every year.  The 2017 class will have many division one prospects.

Mid-Atlantic Regional: Arena Starz
The Arena Starz were champions of the 2013 14u BCS Finals, with top wins over CFBL, Dallas Tigers and the Houston Banditos.  This strong performance earned them the #6 national ranking by Perfect Game.

Northeast Super Regional: HCYP Raiders
Talented team out of Ellicott City, MD that played well at PG events in 2013.  The Raiders were ranked #22 in the final PG Travel Team national rankings.

New England Regional: New England Ruffnecks
Finished at #28 in the PG Travel Team Rankings.  Finished 10th at the PG World Series and had an impressive win over the MBA Pride.

Deep South Regional: Louisiana Tigers
Semifinalists at the WWBA National Championship and finished #8 in the final PG Travel Team rankings.  Talented team out of Baton Rouge that have been playing together since they were 10-year-olds.