Prep Baseball Report

2021 Scout Day: CT Capitals - Quick Hits

Trevor Brown and PBR New England Staff
PBR New England Co-Director of Scouting

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We would like to thank all who participated in The PBR New England 2021 Scout Day: CT Capitals. This was a great opportunity for 2022-2025 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 Scout Day: CT Capitals - Quick Hits

The Players

  • Benjamin Cherry, 2022, RHH/OF, physical athlete, toolsy, swing is strong, had an exit of 94 mph, and showed arm strength at 89 mph.
  • Eli Fangiullo, 2024, LHH/3B, smooth left-handed swing, level to up, goes opposite very well, exit of 89 mph, can handle and maneuver the barrel to the baseball. 
  • Brandon Gaer, 2023, RHH/C, short quick stroke, line drives to all fields.
  • Mason Glickman, 2022/3B, level through the zone, simple balanced approach, exit of 89 mph.
  • Jonathan Lattimer, 2022/C, showed ability to defend behind the plate and in OF.  Swing has strength to it, 90 exit, line drives to all fields, short to contact.
  • Evan Menzel, 2024, LHH/SS, super smooth swing, hands are very good, can handle it, sprays it all over. The hands are soft defensively, feel for what he is doing.
  • Joel Nazario, 2024, RHH/C, powerful player, good bat speed, up to 94 mph with exit, short quick swing, a good runner at 4.22 down the line. 
  • Breon Parker Jr., 2022. RHH/OF, exit of 90 m[h, quick hands to the baseball, middle of the field approach. Can really move, 4.05 down the line. Threw it well from OF at 82 mph. 
  • Camden Righi, 2025, LHH/C, long and lengthy frame, smooth swing from left side, up 89 mph, big follow, chance to really hit. 
  • Harrison Roy, 2023, RHH/2B, smooth right-handed swing, short to contact, line drive approach to middle of the field. Exit up to 90 mph, with good actions defensively. 
  • Jake Samela, 2022, RHH/1B, physical, strong frame. Power potential, a middle to pull approach, exit up to 95 mph. Worked well around the bag at 1st.
  • Connor Daly, 2022, LHH/OF, a toolsy player, very good legs, can really scoot. A left-handed stick, gap juice, works the baseball from field to field, exit up to 95 mph. 
  • Xavier Quiles, 2022, RHH/SS, good actions, arm at 81 mph, hard line drive contact, middle to pull approach.

The Arms

  • Nicholas Kane, 2022, RHP, big frame, power arm, up to 90 mph, working from a higher slot. Breaking ball was up to 74 mph. Look for huge things from this one. 
  • TJ Winn Jr., 2023, RHP, smooth, clean repeatable delivery, fastball was up to 83 mph, located to both sides, with arm side ride to it. Both secondary pitches are advanced, high level pitchability guy, with more in the tank.
  • Xavier Quiles, 2022, RHP, strong compact frame and delivery. The fastball was up to 82 mph, hides the baseball, comes out well and gets on the hitter. The breaking ball has above average spin, up to 68 mph. Chance to be a serious weapon out of a bullpen, can really spin it.
  • Mason Glickman, 2022, RHP, super aggressive, attacks, has some herky jerky in delivery, which will lead to deception. Shows a strong power arm, fastball up to 87 mph multiple times. Mixed in both secondary pitches for strikes. 
  • Jake Jachym, 2022, LHP, showed three pitches, ¾ to lower at times, fastball up to 78 mph, with run. Mixed in a true change up, interesting prospect, ton more in the arm.
  • Rosario Tine, 2022, RHP, short, clean arm on the backside, slightly above ¾, mixed all three, fastball up to 80 mph, with more in there. Lived in the bottom part of the zone, more in tank, simple repeatable mechanics. 
  • Nathan Rivera, 2023, LHP, ¾ slot, fastball up to 79 mph, harder slider at 72 mph. Attacked with both, pounded the zone. Good looking younger arm has a chance.
  • Joe Guglielmino, 2023, RHP, ¾ to higher slot, strong on the back half, working downhill, simple repeatable delivery. The fastball was up to 78 mph, mixed in a very good changeup, thrown for strikes, and came out looking like a fastball. A strike thrower.
  • Fayz Baig, 2025, LHP, ¾ to lower slot, clean arm, up to 76 mph. Good frame, velocity will continue to climb. 
  • Benjamin Cherry, 2022, RHP, higher slot, works downhill, fastball up to 82 mph, throws a heavy ball. Breaking ball reached 69 mph. Delivery gets across his body, more in there with some small tweaks.