Prep Baseball Report

2021 Scout Day: CT Rage - 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 Rage. 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 Rage - Quick Hits

  • Paul Genna, 2023-RHH- Balanced approach, line drive stroke to all fields, can handle and control the bat. Shows versatility to play multiple spots in the field.
  • Andrew Cutler, 2023-RHH- A long and lengthy frame, lots of projection to this one. Exit velocity of 92 mph and ran a 4.21 down the line. Behind the baseball on contact, a level to up path. Off the mound, reached 81 mph, 68 mph, a smaller slider with depth.
  • Luke Daddona, 2023-RHH- Wider, even setup, shows plus power, hard contact to pull side, exit velocity up to 90 mph. Wrists and forearms are thick and strong, which makes me believe he has a chance to swing it.
  • Danny Leyva, 2025-RHP- A quick arm RHP, fastball in the low 70’s, shows a real good spinner for a 2025.
  • Will Myers, 2023-RHP- A thick, durable RHP, fastball up to 76 mph, arm action is clean and whippy, with more in there as he continues to work on his craft. Threw both secondary pitches for strikes. 
  • Sean O'Neill, 2023-SS- A long and lengthy athlete, took a legit batting practice. A gap to gap approach, exit at 89 mph, with a ton more in there. The hands and swing work freely and with minimal effort. Showed plus actions as a middle infielder. 
  • Nate Swinford, 2026-LHH- A physical LHH for his age, wider setup, was bolting balls to the opposite gap, exit velocity of up to 88 mph. Shows arm strength off the mound. 
  • Sebastian Perez, 2025-RHH- a twitchy athlete, hands work through the zone, barrel has life and whip. Shows plus legs, should be able to run down the baseball in the outfield. Arm has strength at 70 mph. 
  • TJ Baer, 2025-RHH-, shows strength in the hands, a guy to watch in the 2025 class.
  • Carson Dodder-RHH- exit up to 90 mph, has an all fields approach, hands are good at the plate.
  • Michael Palladino, 2023-RHH- up to 89 mph with exit, strong hands, ran ok at 4.44 down the line.
  • Aidan Browne, 2024-LHH- showed feel with the barrel, smooth swing from the left side.
  • Ben Stewart, 2023-RHH- wider stance, sits in a low squat, level bat path, had an exit velocity of 89 mph. An average runner, ran a 4.46 down the line and threw 69 mph from the outfield.