Ohio Insider: Fall Prospect Program - Final Weekend at Athletes in Action (Teams 6-8)

We would like to thank all who participated in the Central Ohio Fall Prospect Program at Athletes in Action. This was an opportunity for the class of 2017-2019 prospects to be put on college radars.

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Fall Prospect Program Recap:

Teams 1-4:

Teams 5-8:

TeamS 6, 7, 8 - Round Robin

Game 1: Team 8: 11, Team 6: 14
Game 2: Team 8: 9, Team 7: 8
Game 3: Team 6: 4, Team 7: 5


  • Devon Middlemus (Lakewood, 2018) hit the ball well on Sunday tallying 2 hits and 2 walks. Defensively, he showed range in the outfield and has an above average arm.
  • Nick Shroyer (New Albany, 2019) produced all day offensively for Team 6. He recorded 3 hits with an RBI and a walk showing a fluid load and compact swing. Defensively, he fields the ball out front of his body well and has a good transfer while working towards first base.
  • Joey Procop (Twinsburg, 2020) reached base 6 times on the day, tallying 3 hits including an RBI triple.
  • Justin Laley (Twinsburg, 2019) was unstoppable at the plate on Sunday. With 5 hits, 2 walks, and 2 RBIs, Laley shows power by using his lower half. He also showed well in the outfield tracking balls down and showing off a strong arm.

Pitchers Velo Team 6


  • Blayne Robinson (Defiance, 2019, Shown Below) is a complete package on the baseball field. At first base, he shows good footwork and the ability to pick balls up out of the dirt. At the plate, he shows a comfortable stance with a smooth swing while recording 3 hits and 2 walks on the afternoon.
  • Keagan Wolfinger (Hilliard Davidson, 2018) had a great day at the plate tallying 4 hits, an RBI and 3 stolen bases. He runs well and and showed solid defense in the middle of the infield.
  • David Silva Jr. (Otsego, 2019) showed smooth hands in the infield while recording 3 hits and an RBI on the day. With a loose swing, Silva Jr was able to show offensive production for Team 7 throughout the fall.
  • Grant Van Winkle (Granville, 2020) uses a leg kick to produce power from his lower half and was able to record 2 hits and 3 RBIs on the afternoon. In the infield, he showed good footwork and a smooth transfer.

Pitchers Velo Team 7


  • Connor McCloy (Zane Trace, 2020, Shown Below) reached base 4 times on the day, showing a relaxed approach from the left side of the plate. He also showed good defensive ability at 1st base with good feet around the bag.
  • Evan Ulrich (Buckeye Valley, 2020) was solid defensively at shortstop and behind the plate. He recorded 4 hits, an RBI and a hit by pitch on the day.
  • Tyler Croskey (Ashland, 2018) showed confidence in his game offensively. He reached base twice with a hit and a walk while recording a stolen base on the day.
  • Jordan Fields (Pickerington Central, 2018) showed solid defense behind the plate and at shortstop. He recorded 3 hits and a walk on the day for Team 8 and is a good follow in years to come.
  • Tyler Chumita (Hilliard Darby, 2018) shows good feet and quick hands in the middle of the infield. He tallied 3 hits and 2 stolen bases on the afternoon and is an athletic player to follow in upcoming years

Pitcher Velo’s Team 8

  • Zach Gauvin, LHP/1B, Dublin Coffman, 2018: FB 67-70, CB 57-58, CH 59
  • Louis Lipthratt, SS/RHP, Dublin Scioto, 2018: FB 74-76, CB 60-63, CH 65-67
  • Nick Neuhart, RHP/1B, Delaware Hayes, 2018: FB 69-73, CB 64-65
  • Keith Oliver, C/RHP, Northland, 2018: FB 65-68, CB 55-58
  • Connor McCloy, LHP/1B, Zane Trace, 2020: FB 70-73, CB 60-63, 65-66
  • Dalton Queen, RHP/SS, Newark, 2019: FB 69-72, CB 60-61
  • Austin Wolfe, LHP/OF, Sheridan, 2018: FB 69-71, CB 59-61
  • Beau Foster, RHP/OF, Olentangy Liberty, 2018: FB 73-75, CB 60-61
  • Bryson Harvey, 3B/RHP, Norwalk, 2018: FB 69-70, CB 60-61