Prep Baseball Report

2020 Scout Day Spotlight: MVS Devils

Bruce Hefflinger
PBR New England Senior Writer

Follow @pbrnewengland

We would like to thank all who participated in The PBR New England 2020 Scout Day: MWS Devils. This was a great opportunity for 2021-2024 prospects to be put on college recruiting boards. Many players impressed during their individual workouts at the showcase.

Interested in attending a PBR New England event? Check out our schedule by clicking here.

Complete Statistics

To view the Positional Stats, Click Here.
To view the Pitching Stats, Click Here.

2020 Scout Day Spotlight: MVS Devils

This is part of a series of stories on summer baseball organizations that "partner" with Prep Baseball Report. The MVS Devils: Scout Day was held on Jan. 4.

Director: Paul Everett 508 369 7745 [email protected]
History: 2014-Present
Age Groups: 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U Black and Gold, 14U Black and Gold, 15U, 17U 

Top Prospects

  • Jake Fitzgibbons, 2021, Franklin HS, Committed to Univ. of Hartford
  • Mario Lee, 2021, Milford HS
  • Matt Neal, 2021, Ashland HS
  • Carter Doran, 2021, Natick HS
  • Cole Doyon, 2021, Xaverian
  • Peter Ward, 2023, Nashoba HS
  • Jack Hansen, 2023, Wachusett HS
  • Connor Cowern, 2023, Ashland HS

Notable Alumni

  • Brandon Grover, 2020, Salve Regina
  • Will Haskell, 2020, Wheaton
  • Cody Trotin, 2020, RIC
  • Drew Kral, 2020, Fitchburg St
  • Jack Matarese, 2020, Colby Sawyer


To properly coach/instruct young aspiring athletes in achieving their goals of playing baseball at the high school and collegiate level.

How has the program grown?

The program has grown from one team to nine teams in five years. Our program’s first initial goal was to earn respect from other programs while instructing/coaching our players on the major fundamentals of the game. That has since evolved to a more confident approach, we have earned the right to be an ‘Elite’ level program. Each year we have attracted a growing interest that has continued to strengthen our team’s success as well as our program’s reputation. Now that we have had some success on the field, it has allowed our coaches to expand their coaching styles and focus more on winning. Some of our key accomplishments have been winning our League title twice, and winning five tournaments. We have also successfully put eight players into college to play baseball.

How has PBR helped?

PBR has allowed us to connect our players with the collegiate level coaches. We added PBR to our program a year ago and it has greatly impacted our player’s chances of achieving their goals. Our players have taken an aggressive approach toward the events with the hopes of showing well so their profile is attractive to potential coaches. 

Summer Plans

14U Black

  • PG 25 (NEBC) - 5/29-5/31
  • Showcase Battle @ Borders (NY)- 7/15-7/19
  •  Summer Series (NEBC) - 7/25-7/29

14U Gold

  • Mill City (Lowell) 5/8-5/10
  • Memorial Day Classic (Manchester, NH) 5/23-5/25
  • Summer Series (NEBC) 7/25-7/29


  • Summer Solstice (NEBC) 6/12-6/15
  • Pastimes TOC (URI) 6/18-6/21
  • PG25 (NEBC) 6/22-6/24
  • Firecracker July4 (RI) 7/1-7/5
  • Showcase Battle @ Border (NY) 7/16-7/19
  • High Heat (NEBC) 7/20-7/23
  • Summer Ender (NEBC) 8/3-8/5


  • PG25 (NEBC) 6/18-6/21
  • All American Lighthouse (ME) 6/25-6/28
  • Firecracker July4 (RI, MA) 7/1-7/5
  • Boston Open (NEBC) 7/9-7/12
  • Super East Baseball (CT) 7/21-7/22
  • 9 Inning College Prep (NEBC) 7/30-8/2
  • URI NE Showcase (RI) 8/6-8/9