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2022 Southern New England Preseason All-State Showcase - Quick Hits

Trevor Brown 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 2022 Southern New England Preseason All-State. This was a great opportunity for 2022-2025 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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Complete Statistics

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2022 Southern New England Preseason All-State Showcase - Quick Hits

The Players

  • Bobby Herzman, 2025- Big bodied left-handed hitter, can handle the bat, serious power power potential.
  • Matt Santoro, 2023- A left-handed hitter, life and whip to barrel, fluid, smooth swing. Exit of 95 mph and ran a 7.03. Threw very well off the mound, up to 85 mph, with an above average breaking ball.
  • Max Diamond, 2023- A right-handed hitter, showed well on both sides of the field, swing is short and crisp, a plus runner at 6.69. Big time follow for me.
  • Kacin Robinson, 2024- A right-handed hitter, can play all over, an above average athlete, can swing it, runs well, ran a 6.78 sixty-yard dash. Big time athlete.
  • Gabe Tanous, 2024- A right-handed hitter, a twitchy athlete, plus actions defensively, can really pick it. Middle of the field approach at the plate, spraying line drives all over.
  • Aidan Palen, 2024- A right-handed hitting catcher, 2.0 pop time all throes on the bag, very quick feet into transfer. Short quick stroke at the plate.
  • Matthew McDowell, 2025- A left-handed hitting left-side infielder, big arm across the diamond at 91 mph. The swing is super smooth, pull side power. Off the mound up to 87 mph, with eclectic stuff.
  • Braeden Sparaco, 2023- A right-handed hitting middle infielder, twitchy actions in the field, whip and life to the barrel. Off the mound, fast, quick arm, up to 87 mph, with a swing and miss slider.
  • Trey Begasse, 2023- A right-handed hitter, advanced feel for hitting, pop to the gaps, can control the barrel, chance to hit.
  • Nick Clark, 2023- A right-handed hitter, strong powerful frame, swing works, plus pop from gap to gap. Smooth actions at third, could play second as well. Chance to be an offensive machine.
  • Franklin Noel Rivera, 2032-A right-handed hitting middle infielder, clean smooth actions. An above average runner, ran a 6.97. Swing is advanced, super smooth with pop.
  • Samuel Hutchinson, 2023- A toolsy left-handed hitter, ran a 6.80 sixty, smooth left-handed swing, level to up. Threw it well from the outfield at 86 mph. Look for his game to jump this spring/summer.
  • Nicholas Piscioniere, 2024- A right-handed hitter, a long and lean athlete, super smooth swing. Can play all over defensively, arm action is clean, look for a huge jump this year.
  • Myles Gythfeldt, 2023- A right-handed hitter, can play all over the field, a plus runner, quick arm from both OF/INF, showing a line drive, slap approach at the plate.

The Arms

  • Trace Morales, 2024- A big boded right-handed pitcher, fast quick arm from a higher, works downhill. Fastball up to 80 mph, with a ton more in there.
  • Sachin Gopal, 2024- A right-handed pitcher, fast quick arm from a  high ¾ slot, baseball jumps out of his hand, up to 83 mph with life to it.
  • Baden Plante, 2024- A right-handed pitch, throws a hard, heavy fastball, bore action to it, reaching 85 mph. The breaking ball is late, sluvey, with swing and miss action to it.
  • Michael Poole, 2025- A right-handed pitcher, long and loose arm action, working from a higher slot, the fastball is heavy, late armside action, clocked at 83 mph. Shows good velocity on the breaking ball.
  • Alex Dryfus, 2024- A left-handed pitcher, longer arm action, quick tempo motion, building momentum down the mound. The baseball comes out real well, up to 84 mph, with a nasty slurvy hammer piece.
  • Matt Tabet, 2024- A quick arm right-handed pitcher, hides the baseball well. The fastball was up to 83 mph, with life to it.
  • CJ DiBenedetto, 2024- A right-handed pitcher, quick tempo and attacks at a very high level. The fastball has heavy bore action to it, the fastball at 79 mph, plays much harder than that.
  • Ryan Thompson, 2024- A right-handed pitcher, frame is long and large. The arm action is super clean, working from a natural slot. The fastball was up to 85 mph, with velocity to the breaking ball at 73 mph. Threw all three pitches for strikes. Big time follow.

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