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SS - Salpointe Catholic HS
Mason is a sweety swinging lefty out of Tucson, AZ. At the East vs West game he consistently barreled up balls and showed at a young age he already has some real pop. Defensively White can get the job done at SS or 3B. On the bases he shows good baseball smarts and game awareness . An athlete who can swing it from the left side. Going to be a dude!
CF- Chandler HS
Tate is an athlete that can track it down in centerfield with the best of them. At the plate he swings it from the left side. It's evident in his approach, that he goes up to bat with a game plan. He is a gap to gap hitter with plus pop, who can very easily stretch a double into a triple. An athlete with speed... And he can hit. Another young buck to put on your watch list!
SS/3b/RHP- Chaparral HS
Trent can get it done at the plate and off the bump. He is a line drive hitter, who can spray the ball all over the field. Harrington is a competitor, he wants to win and you can see it the way he goes about his business on the field. We have had him at 7.0 seconds in the 60 yd dash, which is considered MLB average. At 14, that's saying something! And he runs it to 83 mph on the mound. It is fun watching stars on the rise.
Catcher - Boulder Creek HS
Flood caught the majority of the East vs West game and was very impressive behind the plate. He had a two flat pop time, and was very athletic blocking balls to both sides of the plate. Good receiver and game management skills. At the plate he has plus bat speed and he showed power to the pull side. Good catchers are hard to come by and Carter is a good one!
LHP/CF - Horizon HS
This kid can get it done in the outfield and off the bump. As a LHP though it is hard to get past how comfortable he is on the mound. Chacon threw several shutouts at Baseball Showcase tournaments last year. He shows good feel for a breaking ball and change up and runs his fastball up to 81 mph. When he's on, he's on!