Prep Baseball Report

Summer State Games Spotlights: Uncommitted Two-Way Standouts

Jason Burton
Scouting Director PBR Virginia/DC

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In late June, over sixty uncommitted players from the 2024-2025 classes descended upon Fred Nats Stadium in Fredericksburg, VA for one of the most talented summer events that we have hosted in the Mid-Atlantic.

Today we are going to take a deeper dive into three uncommitted two-way players from that event. 

Summer State Games Spotlights: Uncommitted Underclass

Two-Way Players

Trey Campos OF / RHP / Landstown , VA / 2025

Definitely a member of the Trey Campos fan club. Athletic, physical, the lean strength translates in game, and competes. Balanced stance, rhythm in the load and swing, and uses the middle of the field well. Shows some adjustments as he gets into two strike counts. Advanced arm strength from the outfield and the range to play all three. Advanced run tool that should continue to make strides. The fastball was up to 85, throws strikes, competes in the zone, and has some feel for a low 70's, slurvy breaking ball. There is potential for his future to go either way on the field in terms of positional, or arm. Right now I would say bat over arm, but time will tell. He has the physical tools to affect the game in a variety of ways and has a chance to be special.

Strengths: Athleticism, versatility, tools

Areas for Improvement: Game run tool, consistency of in game power, velo on the mound


Evan Nix LHP / 1B / Hanover, VA / 2025

5-foot-11, 160-pound athletic frame. Left handed hitter with a dynamic swing. Above average hand speed, really stretches the separation with the hands, and has a longer, slightly uphill path through the zone. Nix is a quality defender at first base. Active, hands work, and he works well around the bag. The run tool and arm strength are average. The defensive profile long term is more than likely first base/left field. The bat plays in game with some sneaky pop to the pull side. On the mound Nix is a low 80's arm that works with pace and intent. Throws from a lower slot with nice arm side run to the fastball and shows some pitchability. Nix, like many Hanover players, operates with a high motor and plays the game hard. The 2025 LHP/1B reminds me of a 2017 Hanover grad, Antonio Balducci (Richmond). Not quite as low of a slot as Balducci, but moves like him and carries himself in game with some of those same mannerisms.

Strengths: Motor, offensive production in game, defensive ability, different look on the mound

Areas for improvement: Mound velo, arm strength, swing adjustability



Noah Toole SS / RHP / Oakton , VA / 2024

Lanky 6-foot, 160-pound with room to fill. Toole is a switch hitter with some ability from both sides. From the right side the path is a little bit longer, slightly uphill, and worked gap to gap with doubles power. From the left side, Toole's path is not quite as long and maintains that slightly uphill plane. In game I have seen the swing from the left side and it plays. It is consistent doubles power with a little more to the pull side. On the mound, Toole sits low-mid 80's and has been up to 86.4. It is a shorter stride and stays somewhat upright. Control over command. Toole is a multi-sport athlete that is a versatile player with a solid upside. I would say positional over arm right now, but he does offer some intrigue on the mound.

Strengths: Offense, switch hitter, athlete, competes

Areas for improvement: Run tool, secondary on the mound