Michigan Trio Shines At Super 60


Bruce Hefflinger
PBR Michigan Senior Writer

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Michigan Trip Shines At Super 60

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MCCOOK, Ill. - The opportunity to perform in front of pro scouts at Prep Baseball Report’s Super 60 left a lasting impression on three Michigan high school seniors.

“It was the best showcase I've ever been in,” explained Aaron Dolney, a catcher from Detroit Country Day. “It was an honor to just be invited. It had many of the best players from all around the country, and it gave me an opportunity to compete toe to toe with the best and see where I can improve.”

Colin Czajkowski of Woodhaven and Cameron Wagoner of Tecumseh also represented Michigan at the 17th annual event that included 67 of the top prospects in the country showing what they can do in front of more than 100 scouts representing major league organizations.

“It was everything I hoped it would be,” said Czajkowski, one of 29 pitchers at the event. “It was eye opening with all the scouts there to zero in when you were throwing. I was happy to show what I was able to do.”

The 6-4 195-pound left-hander (Video below) was named one of “nine names you need to know” after his impressive outing.

“I hit 92 and was able to perform my best in front of all those scouts,” the Michigan commit said about his highlight.

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