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2005 Unsigned Seniors Showcase






2005 Top Prospects

David Del Guercio - OF - 2005 - Tampa, FL
Del Guerico was the top prospect at the Showcase. Hes a very athletic 6-2, 190 lbs and runs a 7.0 60 and throws 90 mph from the outfield. Del Guerico showed us college level bat speed, hit well in the game and played with hustle and emotion.

Chris Lopez - MIF - 2005 - Miami, FL
Lopez has been a high profile player for some time but may suffer in some eyes because of his height: 5-7. Hes a very good athlete with top level speed and arm strength and some pop in his bat. It looked like Lopez was pressing at the showcase but hes excelled at many events for us in the past.

Brandon Barrington - OF - 2005 - Haines City, FL
Barrington ran 6.53 on one of the slowest tracks weve ever run the 60 on, so he can fly. He also showed college level arm strength in the outfield and good instincts and jumps on defense. Raw swing mechanics and a lack of upper body strength hold back his hitting right now but he shows potential.

Matt Foisy - SS - 2005 - Orlando, FL
Foisy and Joshua Burch were very similar players, good athletes with middle infield actions, sound offensive approaches and plenty of arm strength. Foisy threw 85 mph off the mound, too.

Joshua Burch - SS - 2005 - Redding, CA
Burch had pure shortstop defensive actions on defense and made several nice plays while showing good arm strength. His bat played well, too. Burch came all the way from Northern California to Florida to show us he could play college baseball.

Heath Sharp - C - 2005 - Fayetteville, TN
Big time catchers body at 6-3, 190. Sharp has advanced defensive skills and college level arm strength and pop times. He looks like he can hit a bit, too, and catchers are in short supply at the college level.

Calvin White - LHP - 2005 - Monroeville, AL
Were told that White ranks high on the all-time Alabama prep strikeout lists and we can see why. He spots a live fastball at 81-84 mph and has a sharp, late curveball at 70 mph along with a nice change up and knows how to use them all. White struck out 8 of 10 hitters for us. There are an untold number of Division I schools he could pitch for in our opinion.

Dustin Proctor - C - 2005 - Whiteville, NC
Good strength throughout his body with athletic ability. Ran a 6.97 sixty and showed good speed on the bases. Proctor has good arm strength behind the plate. His athleticism and quickness helped produce several sub 2.00 pop times. He hits balls hard to all fields and shows present raw power.

James Martinez - RHP - 2005 - Pembroke Pines, FL
Martinez is a projectable 6-1, 165 lb pitcher who looks like he should keep improving. He threw consistently in the 85-86 mph area with very good sinking life and had the makings of some good secondary pitches. Along with Calvin White, Martinez was the most college ready pitcher at the showcase in terms of present skills and ability.

Matt Boyd - RHP - 2005 - Bowling Green, KY
Boyd is a very projectable athlete at 6-4, 175 lbs and showed during workouts that he could run and throw at a high level as an outfielder. He took the mound later and threw 83-85 mph with a good arm action and looks like a high 80s thrower in the future when he adds more strength.

Jacob Brown - LHP - 2005 - Forest Hill, MD
Brown has a strong build at 6-2, 195 and threw 83-85 mph from the left side. He also showed power potential at the plate.

Ryan Carnley - SS - 2005 - Valrico, FL
Someone has to get the 6-1 Carnley on the mound. He didnt pitch at the Showcase but was 89 mph during workouts with a very live and loose arm.

Zach Zupan - LHP - 2005 - Haddam, CT
Zupan is a southpaw from the Northeast who threw in the 82-84 mph range with good command and secondary stuff. Were sure there are plenty of schools in that part of the country who could use this type of arm from the left side.

Chad Mills - RHP - 2005 - Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Quick arm on the mound with good mechanics. The ball jumps out of his hand with present velocity and more to come. He also has tight breaking CB with good bite. Mills also showed his arm strength from the Outfield and has solid speed. He is a good two-way player with upside.

Kahmari Leonard - SS - 2005 - Miramar, FL
Great Speed with a very quick first step. Leonard has a strong arm form the Outfield and has great range. Leonard causes havoc on the bases and makes things happen both offensively and defensively. He is a skilled bunter with good bunt control.