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2020 New England Top Prospect Games II - Quick Hits

Dennis Healy 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 2020 New England Top Prospect Games II. This was a great opportunity for 2021-2023 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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2020 New England Top Prospect Games II - Quick Hits


  • Preston Cunha, offensive right-handed hitter, serious bat.
  • Jack Cropper, 2023 right-handed hitter with a excellent skill set at a young age.
  • John Connolly, aggressive right-handed hitter with power potential.
  • Jack Goodman, athletic right-handed hitter with a good feel.
  • James Mahoney, much improved right-handed hitting prospect.
  • Joey Rubin, sweet swinging right-handed hitting middle infielder.
  • Matthew Milone, athletic right-handed hitter with a good feel for the barrel.
  • Luke LaSaracina, excellent offensive prospect, serious juice. 
  • Shea Donovan, switch hitting catcher with a solid skills set.
  • Marc Willi, big left-handed hitting banger.
  • Jonathan Adams, 2023 left-handed hitter with a great overall feel for the game.
  • Cameron Dayton, right-handed hitting outfielder who can play.
  • Carson Walsh, right-handed hitting middle infielder who continues to improve.
  • Sullivan Beers, right-handed hitting outfielder with a quick swing. 
  • Nicholas Toro, physical right-handed hitting catcher with juice. 
  • Nicholas Michael, right-handed hitting middle infielder with clean hands and good approach.
  • Noah Hadju, plus runner who can handle the bat.
  • Carter Doran, keeps improving, his game is trending up.
  • Tyler Gutsfeld, 6.6 runner with a good feel for the barrel.


  • Andrew Delucia, 3 pitch mix with a college out pitch in the slider.
  • Brandon Berean, young right-hander with very good stuff.
  • Sean Yoest, right-hander with a chance to be a power arm.
  • Tristan Pearl, young left-hander who projects through the roof.
  • Tyler Sprince, slider is a must see from this guy, its good.
  • Jack Volo, reliever type with a plus slider.
  • Peyton Rose, long and lanky right-hander with good potential.
  • Nolan Puglisi, solid 3 pitch mix with a good feel for pitching.
  • Ryan McHugh, 2023 right-handed pitcher with plus stuff.
  • John Connolly, aggressive right-handed pitcher who could close in college.
  • Griffin Cofsky, excellent left-hander with a plus feel for pitching.
  • Tyler Kneller, 2023 right-hander with a ton of potential.
  • Jack Cropper, 2023 right-handed pitcher with plus stuff.
  • Jack Wells, big and durable right-hander who’s best days are in front of him.
  • Matthew Milone, quick arm righty with an aggressive approach.


  • Jake Walman, excellent catch and throw skills set. 
  • Roger Marano, smooth actions in the infield, reliable defender to say the least.
  • Evan Cali, quick release and accurate to the bag. 
  • Pat McManus, right-handed hitting catcher with a plus pop time and transfer.
  • Jacob Lavoie, aggressive and in command type catcher. Love his energy.
  • Fletcher Waterman, excellent catch and throw prospect.