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End Of Year Showcase: Quick Hits and Statistics

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By Jerry Shank
Maryland / Virginia Scouting Director

The PBR Virginia End of Year Showcase was held on Saturday, December 3rd at Virginia Sports complex in Ruther Glen, VA. Prospects from around the state were in attendance to perform in front of the PBR Virginia staff.


1One of the top Performances on the day came from 2019 SS Ryan Boyce (pictured) of the Isle of Wight Academy. Boyce Showed sound actions from the infield with some carry on his throws across the diamond to go along with a longer swing at the plate with bat speed and good balance throughout. One to keep an eye on for the spring.

2018 1B/OF Max Harper of Spotsylvania HS was another that showed well during the workout. The 6-foot-1 195-pound right handed made some loud contact during batting practice and showed strength with his 86 mph exit velocity. His teammate at Pinnacle Baseball C Keenan Williams (Orange Co. HS) also showed well on the day as the 2019 prospect has a compact frame at 5-foot-8, 160-pounds and showed a short swing with gap-to-gap ability and a pop times that got as low as 2.05.

Richmond Braves showed off some of their young talent in the underclass with 2019 Chase Crosby (DeMatha, MD) 2020 Scott Crosson (Hickory HS), 2019 Josh Stevens (Greenbrier Christian) and 2018 Michael Williams (DeMatha, MD). Crosson got up to 78 mph on the mound on the day from the left side while showing a tight breaking ball with proper shape and later action.

Uncommitted senior 2017 Emir Garrett from Appoquinimink HS (DE) was one of the top pitchers on the day. He had a clean delivery with nice tempo while creating arm speed through extension. He was 84 mph on the day.

An interesting arm to keep an eye on is Ocean Lakes HS 2019 RHP Noah Kuchenski. The long and lanky pitcher (6-foot-2, 155-pounds) showed arm speed and looks to have more in the tank. He was up to 77 during the day and has some consistency to work on in his finish, but is an interesting one to follow.


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