Prep Baseball Report

2021 New England State Games - Quick Hits

Dennis Healy and Trevor Brown
PBR New England Co-Directors of Scouting

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We would like to thank all who participated in The PBR New England 2021 New England State Games. This was a great opportunity for 2022-2024 prospects to be put on college recruiting boards. Many players impressed during their individual workouts at the showcase. Below we have the complete statistical results from the event as well as the top performers across various different categories.

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2021 New England State Games - Quick Hits

The Position Players

  • John Bureau, OF, East Lyme, 2023- A left-handed hitter, balanced in the box, super relaxed, works with ease through the zone, barrel has whip and life. Spraying line drives to both gaps. Average runner, throws a tick above, athletic with room for added weight gains. 
  • Drew Colucci, INF, Trumbull,2024- A left-handed hitter, loose and relaxed, line drives, can handle the bat, collected multiple hits on the day, path is clean to the baseball.
  • Trey Begasse, INF, Canterbury, 2023- A right-handed hitter, wider set up, can really swing it, strong, middle to pull side, advanced approach. Defensively, feet and hands work, good flow, arm is above average.
  • Kevin Milewski, C/1B, Notre Dame, 2023- A monster right-handed hitter, power to all fields, multiple hits during game play. Defensively, soft hands, arm at 77 mph, life and carry to it.  Serious follow, chance to be a pro at some point. 
  • Joseph Basso, C, Stonighton, 2023- A monster right-handed hitter, loose hands, pop to all fields, gets through the baseball. Exit Velocity of 97 mph, took a solid round of batting practice, hard contact in game play. Arm is quick and powerful behind the plate, clocked at 79 mph. Big follow for me.
  • Spencer Chard, INF, Canterbury School, 2023- A right-handed hitting infielder, wider setup, loose and relaxed hand set. Drove the baseball from gap to gap, 96 mph. Defensively, plenty of arm to stick on left-side, clocked at 83 mph. Look for him to make a huge jump this year. 
  • John Mass, INF/OF, Portsmouth, RI, 2024- A left-handed hitter, line drive swing to the gaps, can handle the bat, hard contact all day. Defensively, can play all over, arm at 90 mph from the outfield.
  • Jack Farrah, INF, Guilford, 2023- A right-handed hitter, opposite field approach, line drives, exit velocity at 82 mph. Shows feel for the game.
  • Dima Cornell-Neal, C, Cheshire Academy, 2022- A right-handed hitting catcher, pop and lift to all fields, exit velocity of 95 mph, with wood. The arm was clocked at 76 mph from behind the plate, pop time of 2.07-2.13. Committed to Mitchell College day after event.
  • Nick Guachione, C, Taconic, Ma, 2023- A big bodied right-handed hitter, lift and pop to all fields, with an exit velocity of 95 mph. Shows a plus arm from behind the plate at 77 mph, had a pop time of 2.12-2.15 all throws on the bag. 
  • Andrew Lucas, 1B, Pomperaug, 2023- A big bodied right-handed hitter, shows lift and leverage to the swing, exit velocity of 94 mph. Smooth around the bag at first base.
  • Van Liott, INF, Avon Old Farms, 2023- Super athletic, a twitchy athlete, can play all over.

The Arms

  • Tito Kiefer, LHP/RHP, Waterford, 2024- Worked from both sides, left-side fastball was clocked in the low 70’s, showing an above average changeup. From the right-side, fastball up to 75 mph, with a tighter breaking ball. Both deliveries are the same, inline direction with a short and clean arm action on the back side. 
  • Garrick Godin, RHP, Mount Saint Charles Academy, 2023- A right-handed pitcher, strong durable frame. The arm is quick and clean, and the fastball was up to 81 mph, heavy arm side run. The breaking ball was clocked at 70-72 mpg, its late, with tight spin. Attacks, works quick, shows feel for pitching, competes.
  • Joel Hayner, RHP, Home Schooled, 2021- A right-handed pitcher, strong, fast arm, fastball up to 87 mph, hard biting slider at 76 mph. Big time sleeper, chance to be a guy out of the bullpen.
  • Mason Breton, RHP, Xavier, 2023- A right-handed pitcher, working from a ¾ to a lower ¾ slot. The fastball reached 81 mph, heavy arm side sink, creating multiple ground ball outs. Mixed in a slurvry slider at 71 mph. 
  • Benjamin D’Amato, LHP. Bristol Central, 2024- A left-handed pitcher, major feel for pitching, pounds th4e zone with three pitchers. Look for the velocity to spike at some point.

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