2005 Academic Showcase
2006 Top Prospects
- 3B - 2006 - Coral Springs, FL
Cardullo is present strong at 6-0, 200 and can really hit the ball with wood. He hits so well that it's easy to forget that he is a sub-7.00 runner with college level arm strength and quickness on defense, too.
- RHP - 2006 - Suffolk, VA
Hirsch is a very athletic pitcher with a heavy 87-89 mph sinking fastball and sharp curveball. He dominated hitters at the showcase, then turned around and showed he was a power hitting outfield prospect as well.
- RHP - 2006 - Vero Beach, FL
Cobb was one of the most projectable players at the event, with a smooth, easy delivery that produced a 85-88 mph fastball and mid-70's curveball. He's a good athlete who can hit when he's not on the mound.
- OF - 2006 - Marietta, GA
McClintock is a left handed hitting outfielder with a solid overall collection of tools. There really is no weakness in his game if he keeps hitting the way he did in Fort Myers.
- RHP - 2006 - San Mateo, CA
Kalush is a very polished pitcher from California with 3 solid pitches. His fastball is 84-87 and his change up is excellent. He should have instant college level success.
- C - 2006 - Lake Wales, FL
Huguley is a power hitting catcher with good defensive skills and a hustling attitude. He also throws 88 off the mound with a sharp 74 mph curveball.
- MIF - 2006 - Austin, TX
Kelly is a 6-2 middle infielder with a very good balance of tools. If his bat continues to develop, he could become a big time prospect.
- OF - 2006 - Coral Springs, FL
Petigrow fits the leadoff profile well as a 5-9 left handed hitting speedster with some present strength. He's also an excellent defensive outfielder with pro level arm strength.
- OF - 2006 - Altamonte Springs, FL
Valdes is a 5-10 left handed hitting outfielder with excellent hitting fundamentals and a powerful bat. It's hard to believe that he won't be a top level college hitter down the road.
- 3B - 2006 - Marietta, GA
Kallaoun is a present strong 6-2 third baseman with a good balance of baseball tools. He also throws 86 mph off the mound and could further develop there as a prospect.
- RHP - 2006 - Corpus Christi, TX
Would be ranked much higher had he pitched at this event. We have seen Hunter consistently in the upper 80s at previous events.
2007 Top Prospects
- RHP - 2007 - Orlando, FL
Allen would rate as the top prospect at the event as both a pitcher and as a power hitting third baseman. He throws 90 mph on the mound with little effort and his mid-70's curveball is a hammer. Allen is a top all around athlete with a very high ceiling.
- OF - 2007 - Lakeland, FL
Chambers is an extra strong junior outfielder with very good tools. He has excellent speed (6.73) and will show you plus power at the plate at times.
- MIF - 2007 - Orlando, FL
No player performed better at the Showcase than Tapley. He's an aggressive player with very good bat speed who showed the ability to make the great play in the middle of the field.
- OF - 2007 - Altamonte Springs, FL
MacGeorge is still very slender at 6-4, 175 but can swing the bat with leverage and authority. He's a good athlete who projects best in the outfield.
2008 Top Prospects
- MIF - 2008 - Key West, FL
Alfonso defines smoothness at shortstop with excellent balance and soft hands. He's a switch-hitter with good bat speed from both sides of the plate.