Stats not listed can be found w/in their PBR profile link. The notes, when referring to avg, plus, abv avg, middle of line-up hitter, etc, are relative to D1 baseball.
East Bay Team (Royal Blue)
C Logan Mock (5'10" 170, R/R), Granada HS
Good tools, legitimate chance to hit for power, big time make-up and intangibles that make every team he is on better. Strong defensive tools (rcv, block, agility), grinding mentality, 2.01 pop was low we had between innings. Player. - Attending Delta College
C Nolan Barry (6'1" 190, R/R), Rio Americano HS
Big/strong w/athleticism that plays well at catcher. Physicality stands out both at the plate & behind the plate. Arm strength will play no less than avg beyond HS, there is juice in the bat & a hard-nosed style of play that exudes confidence. - Attending Sacramento City College
LHP Sam Winkles (6'2" 170), Acalanes HS
Have seen him mix three pitches (CB/CHG) in multiple viewings during the HS season and now the velocity is climbing, up to 84 in his outing, which again, showed his ability to 'pitch' and trust his stuff because of his plus feel for the zone. - Attending Cuesta College
RHP CJ Wigren (5'10" 155), College Park HS
It's the size of the fight in the dog... apt phrase here. The stuff won't wow anyone but his feel for the zone, his ability to change speeds, change shapes of pitches, get hitters out IN the zone, all of that showed up in this outing. Competitive!
1B Kadon Floro (5'11" 215, L/R), Buhach Colony HS
Of note he's younger brother of Dodgers reliever Dylan Floro. Physical LHH w/short stroke and ability to create power while maintaining bat control. Whippy life in the swing w/ample power potential. Competent and confident 1B defender.
LHP Jonny Burns (6'1" 195), De La Salle HS
Crafty LHP with strike throwing ability with multiple pitches. Comes right at hitters while utilizing his mix. The raw stuff will have to tick up a bit more but there is feel for pitching and enough arm speed to project more future velo.
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