Composite All-State:Second Team Selections(Louisiana)

Trey Sofio
Louisiana Scouting Director

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As the 2015 spring regular season has come to end, Prep Baseball Report Louisiana is glad to share its Composite All-State First-Team.


+C, Ryne Ray, Evangel HS(2015)
A 6-foot-2, 215-pound catcher with a strong, physical and durable frame. Shows above average arm strength with good carry on throws. Athletic defender with decent receiving and blocking skills. Right-handed hitter with some raw power and bat speed. Very good overall athlete and a surprisingly good runner, 6.9 60, for a catcher. Louisiana-Lafayette signee and currently ranked number 16 in Louisiana’s 2015 class.

First Base

+1B, Tremaine Spears, Tioga HS(2016)
A 5-foot-11, 195-pound first baseman with strong, physical frame. Right-handed hitter with rotational type swing, loads of bat speed and strength at contact. Displays quick hands, solid hand-eye coordination, and present projectable power. Shows to be a solid athlete with quality foot speed for his size, can play both the outfield and first base. Hit .458 with 7HR 42 RBI and scored 50 runs only striking out 9 times. A Louisiana-Lafayette commit currently ranked number 18 in Louisiana’s 2016 class and number 312 overall.


+SS,Braden Comeaux, Barbe HS(2015)
A 6-foot, 160-pound middle infielder from Lake Charles, LA. Lean, athletic build with room to get stronger.  Right-handed hitter with quick hands, short compact stroke with the bat path staying flat throughout the zone and some present bat speed. A quality runner (6.80) with good instincts as a defender, takes good angles, with good footwork, understands hops, and has a quick first step. Fast-twitch athlete that will need to get stronger, but already is a very polished player. A Texas Christian signee that is currently ranked number 12 in Louisiana’s 2015 class.

+SS, Dylon Poncho, Kinder HS(2015)
A 5-foot-8, 175-pound shortstop from Elton, LA. Short compact build, with long arms for his size. Right-handed hitter with a short compact swing, some strength at contact, plus bat speed, hits well to all fields, and doesn't swing and miss often. A below average runner, but the instincts and feel for the game allow him to overcome that flaw as a defender. Shows great actions, takes good angles, understands hops, quality first step, and has a plus throwing arm with carry across the diamond. Louisiana-Lafayette signee that is currently ranked number 4 in Louisiana’s 2015 class and number 106 overall.

+SS, Brennan Breaud, Destrehan HS(2015)
A 5-foot-9, 160-pound middle infielder from Destrehan HS. Average, lean frame with fast twitch actions. Quality defender that could stay in the middle of diamond at the next level. Quality overall athlete, good runner that shows quality feet in the infield with soft hands, actions, and plays the game fast. Quick release into a ¾ arm slot with arm strength and carry on throws. Left-handed hitter with short, compact stroke, bat speed, level path, hits to all fields, and stays within himself consistently. Northwest Florida CC signee that is currently ranked number 25 in Louisiana’s 2015 class. Hit .408 with 1 HR 20 RBI, scored 35 runs and stole 21 bases this season.


+OF, Antonie Duplantis, Lafayette HS(2015)
A 5-foot-11, 180-pound outfielder from Lafayette, LA. Exceptional athlete, 6.7 runner, with advanced instincts and tracking speed in the outfield. Left-handed hitter with a short compact stroke, present bat speed, hits to all fields, and displayed occasionally pop. Plays extremely hard, understands the game and the type of player he is. Louisiana State signee currently ranked number 7 in Louisiana’s 2015 class and number 123 overall. Hit .453 with 11 2B, 5 3B, 6 HR, 30 RBI, scored 51 runs and stole 27 bases while only striking out 5 times.

+OF, Dayton Dugas, Sam Houston HS(2015)
A 6-foot-3, 225-pound outfielder from Lake Charles, LA. Extremely physical frame, and obvious present strength. Great athlete, plus runner with instincts, tracking speed, to go with arm strength and carry on throws. Right-handed hitter with some looseness and whip in swing with loads of bat speed and strength at contact. The package of size, speed, arm strength and raw power make Dugas an interesting prospect to follow for this year’s draft. Wichita State signee currently ranked number 8 in Louisiana’s 2015 class and number 72 overall.

+OF, Brennan Breaux, St. Thomas More HS(2015)
A 6-foot, 180-pound outfielder from Lafayette, LA. Breaux displays centerfield tools as he is a 6.7 runner with good instincts and tracking speed.  He makes consistently strong on line throws with carry and accuracy.  He hits from the left side with smooth rhythm and tempo, transfers his weight efficiently, and the barrel stays in hitting zone. Louisiana State signee currently ranked number 5 in Louisiana’s 2015 class and number 130 overall.


+RHP, Adam Tarver, Parkview Baptist(2015)
A 6-foot-2, 220-pound right-handed pitcher from Baton Rouge, LA. Big bodied frame with thick, strong lower half. Displays a fast arm out of a high-3/4 release, creates deception in delivery as he throws across his body slightly, and creates quality angle of descent. Fastball will sit 87-89 mph with life and control. Throws a power curveball with 10/4 shape, tight spin, quality depth at 75-77. Has shown a decent feel for a changeup at times that could become an average pitch down the road. Nicholls State signee currently ranked number 30 in Louisiana’s 2015 class. Pitched at a 0.98 ERA in 57 1/3 innings of work, striking out 73.

+LHP, Blair Frederick, Brother Martin HS(2016)
A 6-foot, 180-pound left-hander with a thin, extremely athletic frame. Outstanding athlete with fast twitch actions. Above average arm speed out of a high-3/4 release and normal effort. Struggles to consistently repeat the delivery right now, but has managed to live in the strike zone early this season. Fastball sits 86-89 mph touching 90 with life at the end and deception created at release point. Shows a tight spinning slider at 76-78 mph with spin, depth and deception. Exciting prospect that projects very well going forward. Louisiana State commit and No. 2 player in the 2016 class.

+LHP, Austin Perrin, Hahnville HS(2017)
A 5-foot-10, 170-pound left-hander with a small, athletic frame. Simple, clean, repeatable delivery out of a high-3/4 release and a clean, quick arm. Fastball sits 81-84 mph touching 85 with occasional arm side run. Flashes a feel for a quality breaking ball with 1/7 shape, deception and depth. Also shows a feel for a changeup with near fastball arm speed, deception and late life. Uncommitted sophomore currently ranked number 12 in Louisiana's 2017 class.


+SS/RHP, Mason Vicknair, Riverside HS(2017)
A 6-foot-3, 190-pound infielder with a long, wiry frame with present strength. Defensively he shows soft hands, and above average arm strength. Tends to sit back in the middle with below average feet, most likely projecting him to a corner infield spot. Right-handed hitter with loads of bat speed and strength at contact. Creates natural leverage in swing and flashed power potential. Very interesting prospect that is advanced for his age. Right-handed pitcher with long, loose arm action and quality arm speed. Displays a mid-80s fastball that has tilt and life. Shows a solid feel for a tight-spinning breaking ball with 11/5 shape, depth and deception. Currently ranked number 6 in Louisiana’s 2017 class and number 118 overall.

Reminder: Prep Baseball Report Louisiana will be hosting its first event on Monday May 25, 2015 at St. Thomas Aquinas HS in Hammond, LA. The Underclass Trials is an open event for 2017 & 2018 graduates. Very few spaces remain, so do not wait to register. All participants at the Underclass Trials will have their performance videotaped and hosted in their player profile, along with their verified statistics and scouting reports at, which is subscribed to by more than 400 colleges and pro scouts across the country. Top players will be listed accordingly in our statewide player rankings.

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