Prep Baseball Report

Madison Preseason ID: Quick Hits

By: Wisconsin Staff

On March 12, PBR Wisconsin hosted one of its largest events on the state’s showcase calendar: the Madison Preseason ID at GRB Academy in Windsor, Wis. Over 150 players from across the state met in the Madison area to participate in this event, a Preseason ID that consistently provides our staff with need-to-know names and players to consider for future invite-only events, like the PBR Future Games, among others.

Today, we’ll be highlighting the players who stood out here within this Quick Hits piece. Stay tuned throughout the week as we continue to break down the in-depth metrics measured at this event, with the help of our tech partners TrackMan, Blast Motion, and Vizual Edge. Each of the players listed below are uncommitted unless stated otherwise.


+ One of the better rounds of BP on the weekends came from the No. 8 ranked player in the state, OF Logan Dunn (Wautoma, 2024). The Missouri State commit creates easy bat-speed in his left-handed stroke, loading his hands slightly before moving into a flat to slightly uphill path. He drove the ball with authority to the whole field throughout his round, reaching up to 93.1 mph for his max exit velocity. Defensively, we have seen Dunn roam around the outfield effortlessly in live gameplay previously and his round of outfield defense on Sunday was no different. He effortlessly moves from side-to-side and works through the baseball to deliver 91 mph bullets from the outfield. 

+ RHP Jack DeTienne (Verona Area, 2024; Xavier commit) continues to establish himself as one of the top pitchers in the state’s 2024 class, currently slated at No. 7. A member of Team Wisconsin at the PBR Future Games this past summer, DeTienne showed really well this past Sunday at GRB Academy. Listed at an athletic 6-foot-1, 175-pounds, he showed a loose, quick arm with a fastball that sat 90-91 mph (91.3 mph max) with arm-side run and carry through the zone. He showed an advanced feel for both of his offspeed pitches. His curveball showed 12/6 shape with tight, quality spin (2,573 spin rate avg.), and a changeup that was thrown with fastball intent with arm-side run and clear deceleration as it entered the bottom half of the zone.

+ RHP Nate Langbehn (DC Everest, 2024; Wichita State commit) was another member of Team Wisconsin at the PBR Future games this summer - Langbehn is one of the best arms in the class (No. 5)  and he showed why this past weekend. He has an athletic and downhill delivery, with a quick and powerful arm. His fastball sat 89-91 mph and topped out at 91.7 mph (the event high), and he drove the ball through spots with a downhill plane. He mixed in two quality offspeed pitches with his curveball and changeup. His curveball had an out-pitch feel with a sharp 11/5 break. To round out his three-pitch mix, his changeup was thrown with fastball intent and showed fade and depth actions.

+ RHP Anderson Hayes (Oconomowoc, 2024; Valparaiso commit) is listed at an attention grabbing 6-foot-7, 215-pounds and he put together a solid ‘pen during out time in Windsor. Hayes ran his two-different fastballs, a two-seam and a four-seam, up to 84.6 mph and sat 83-84 mph. The four-seam plays mostly straight with some occasional arm-side run; the two-seam features more run, roughly more than 13’ on average. One of the more impressive things about his fastball is that he spins it at an average of 2534 rpm which makes this pitch seem even that much harder. Hayes’ feel to spin transfers over to his curveball that averages 2556 rpm and plays with short 11/5 action. He also is able to effectively kill spin on a changeup, roughly 1640 rpm on average. 



+ INF Jameson Johnson (Pecatonica, 2024) stood out to our scouting staff over the weekend with a quality showing overall. Listed at an athletic 6-foot, 180-pounds, Johnson still shows some room for added strength throughout his frame. At the plate, the right-handed hitter uses a minimal hand load to start his operation, moving through the zone quickly with bat-speed and an uphill path. He stayed on the barrel throughout his round, reaching up to 90.5 mph with mostly line-drives.

+ OF Nicholas Guidici (Monona Grove, 2024) gave our staff an intriguing look throughout his round of BP. The left-handed hitter has a fluid swing, working flat to slightly uphill with easy power, using the whole field throughout his round - reaching up to 97 mph for his max exit velocity with a max distance of 353’. Defensively, Guidici is a free and easy mover in the outfield and working towards the target he topped at 84 mph on his throws from the outfield. 

+ C/OF Nate Novinska (Verona, 2024) took an impressive round of BP in front of our staff. With a quiet hand load, he works into an uphill path with bat-speed, working lifted contact up the middle and to the pull-side, reaching up to 93.1 mph for his max exit velocity. Behind the plate, Novinska recorded pop times in the 2.07-2.26 during his round of catcher defense, and topped at 75 mph on his hardest throw down. He also took a clean round of outfield defense and his arm strength transferred over nicely as his hardest throw came in at 88 mph. 

+ INF John Hadley (Sun Prairie East, 2024) has some rawness to his game, but has all sorts of upside. Listed at 6-foot-3, 200-pounds, Hadley was on the barrel consistently throughout his round of BP, creating hard lifted contact with easy jump off the barrel (89 mph avg. EV; T94 mph EV). 

+ INF Tate Schmidt (Waunakee, 2024) continues to prove he is one of the better players in the Wisconsin ranks. Currently slotted at No. 45, the left-handed hitter has a fluid swing; staying short to the ball with a loose uphill path, staying up the middle of the field. Schmidt really shined during the defense portion of the event where he showed off some true up-the-middle actions on the infield. He coupled this with soft-hands and an arm that topped at 84 mph across the diamond. 


+ RHP Alex Kronfeld (Holmen, 2024) gave a strong look throughout his ‘pen on Sunday. Built with a strong-bodied, 5-foot-11, 185-pound frame, Kronfield uses a high-intent delivery to produce a fastball up to 87 mph, sitting right at 86 mph throughout his pen. He showed two different breaking balls with a knack to spin both of them; the first being a curveball at 66-69 mph, playing with depth and 11/5 shape. His second breaking ball was a slider at 68-71 mph, playing with more 10/4 shape and flashing sharp action. His final offering was a changeup at 70-75 mph, killing spin and averaging over 15” of run. 

+ Since the fall of last year, RHP Craig Kabat (Bay Port, 2024) has been making some big jumps on the mound, and his performance on Sunday was no different. Standing at a strong 5-foot-10, 180-pounds, Kabat is an easy and athletic mover on the mound. He coupled this with a quick arm that created velocities up to 90.4 mph with his fastball and not only is the velocity of this pitch impressive, but the hard running action, 19’ of horizontal movement on average, also makes this a well-above average offering in its own right. Also, this slight velocity bump has seemed to make his offspeed offerings even better than they were previously. His first offspeed pitch is an aggressively thrown curveball that plays with downer action and he is able to the lower part of the zone. His second offspeed pitch might even be his best, a hard thrown splitter (79.7 mph avg.), that plays with late fade and depth low in the zone.

+ RHP Wyatt Rushing (Elkhorn Area, 2024) made for yet another quality look during our time in Windsor on Sunday. Standing at 6-foot-1, 175-pounds with more room to add, Rushing is an uptempo mover while on the mound, quickly side stepping into a high leg kick before aggressively working down the mound. During his ‘pen, Rushing lived 88-89 mph with his highest coming in at 89.7 mph and his fastball plays with life through the zone. As for his offspeeds, he threw a slider in the mid-to-70s that featured 13.5’ of horizontal movement on average and he was able to throw it in and around the zone. He rounded out his three-pitch mix with a changeup in the low 80s, and it averaged 13.7’ on horizontal movement on average (16.5’ max.). 

+ RHP Garrett Shupe (Mosinee, 2024) has made some big improvements on the mound since our last look at him in the summer. Listed at a long 6-foot-2, 175-pounds, Shupe boasts some high-upside in his frame and on the mound he is a clean but raw mover. As for his repertoire he featured a hard-running fastball that sat 83-85 T85.6 mph and averaged over a foot of horizontal movement. While is still developing full feel for his offspeed pitches they all did flash some out-pitch potential, with the first being a 11/5 curveball that he spun at a rate of 2194 rpm on average. He also flashed feel for a changeup with downer action and a cutter that played mostly straight with occasional cutting action in the zone. 

+ RHP Alex Vander Loop (Kimberly, 2024) listed at a strong 6-foot-1, 200-pounds. He showed well on the mound where he featured a three-pitch mix. He worked down the mound with a quick and compact arm with a fastball that sat 85-87 mph and topped out at 87.4 mph. He consistently worked the bottom of the zone with the pitch that showed life out of the hand with arm-side run. His slider had a 10/4 shape with sweeping actions, quality spin (2,330 spin rate avg.), and late break that he located low and away. He had above average feel for his changeup, throwing it with quality intent, and it flashed fade actions (16.7’ of horizontal movement) with the ability to locate the pitch low in the zone.

+ RHP Ryan Sopha (Pewaukee, 2024) gave our scouting staff a strong look throughout the duration of his ‘pen. Currently the No. 57 ranked player in the state, Sopha is built with a durable 6-foot-4, 225-pound frame with impressive athleticism down the mound. Sopha worked his fastball in the 83-85 mph range, struggling to command it at times but playing with life through the zone. His next offering was a sweeping slider at 70-71 mph, averaging over 17” of horizontal movement and reaching over 20”. To round off his repertoire he went to a fading changeup at 75-79 mph, playing with up to 15” of run. 


+ 1B/LHP Jackson Brewer (Homestead, 2024), a former Future Gamer and current No. 6 player in the state, came away one of the weekend's biggest winners with his strong showing on both sides of the ball. The 6-foot-4, 210-pound left-handed hitter put on a show during BP, reaching up to 99.3 mph for his max exit velocity with a 90.7 mph average. He creates easy power from his frame, staying short to the ball with a flat to uphill path, working line-drives and hard elevated contact up the middle and to the opposite field. Defensively, Brewer showed a quick and live arm with soft hands - his max velocity on throws to third base was 89 mph. During his ‘pen, he showed a fluid arm action out of a ¾ slot with a fastball that sat 84-85 mph with carry and life through the zone. He mixed in a slider and changeup; his slider showed sweeping actions with depth that he found around the zone; his changeup plays with fade and depth, and he showed feel for the arm side.

+ OF/RHP Noah Latham-Woodruff (Madison Memorial, 2024) was yet another member of the ‘24 class that showed well at multiple positions. Currently the No. 30 ranked player in the state, Latham-Woodruff boasts a physical 6-foot-4, 205-pound frame with round shoulders and a developed lower-half. He creates easy juice from the right side of the plate, reaching up to 92.6 mph with an average bat-speed of 75.9 mph (T78.8 mph) and average rotational acceleration of 18.6 (T23.2). In the box, he starts with his hands high and drops into a flat path, creating easy bat-speed with his simple and strong swing. On the mound, Latham-Woodruff features a compact and whippy arm path from the ¾ slot, getting into his legs while he delivers the pitch. The junior has an advanced feel for the SL, CH, and CB, throwing all three pitches for strikes during his bullpen session on Sunday. His FB stood out the most, as Latham-Woodruff cranked up multiple FBs to 89 mph, a new personal best. From the outfield, he showed the ability to move well laterally. His arm featured a ¾ slot with quick actions that produced a max velocity on throws to home of 86 mph.

+ C/RHP Carter Lund (Cambridge, 2024) came away a two-way winner from the weekend. Listed at a durable 5-foot-10, 180-pounds, the right-handed hitter has a balanced and athletic setup, working flat through the zone consistently. On the mound, Lund showed a fluid ¾ arm slot with a three-pitch mix. His fastball sat 82-83 mph (max 83.8) with sinking action and run. His curveball showed 11/5 shape with late break, and rounding out his mix was his changeup that was thrown with intent and had depth.

+ UTL/RHP Sam Mommer (St. Thomas More, 2024) performed well with the bat and on the mound. At the plate, Mommer’s hands works well through the baseball showing the ability to drive the ball through both gaps with some loft to the path. On the mound, Mommer has an athletic delivery who was able to drive strikes through the zone with a fastball up to 84 mph with carry through areas. Additionally, he flashed an 11/5 breaking ball for strikes and showed feel for a change up giving him a three pitch mix arsenal to compete as a starter or a multi inning weapon out of the bullpen. 


+ OF Braylen White (Brown Deer, 2025) had one of the better all-around showings over the weekend. Currently the No. 34 ranked player in the state, White started his day off by cruising to a 6.63 in the 60-yard dash (down to 6.55 in the past). He then went on to take a polished round of BP, working short to the ball with quick hands and staying up the middle of the field. White’s premium athleticism is very apparent while in the outfield, as we have seen him cover a lot of ground during live gameplay, and he topped at 82 mph on his throws from the outfield. 

+ INF Andrew Carlson (Neenah, 2025) wields one of the louder right-handed bats in the state. Currently ranked No. 50, Carlson proved his positioning with an impressive round of BP; utilizing loose/fluid hands and an uphill path to work hard lifted contact to his pull-side. He reached up to 90 mph for his max exit velocity with a max distance of 337’. 

+ INF Daniel Hauboldt (Muskego, 2025) had a quality all-around showing on Sunday. Listed at an athletic 6-foot, 180-pounds, Hauboldt still has some room to fill out within his frame as he continues to mature. The right-handed hitter stays balanced throughout his operation, moving from a barrel tilt and minimal hand load into a flat path, using the whole field throughout his round. Defensively, Hauboldt uses his 6.99 speed to quickly move from side-to-side and travels low to the ball, pairing it with sure-handed actions and an arm that topped at 82 mph across the infield. 

+ INF Cameron St. John (Altoona, 2025) made a loud statement throughout his round of BP, demonstrating some of the best raw power our scouting staff has seen in some time. His frame stands out immediately, boasting a physical 6-foot-4, 220-pound build, and he easily translates his present strength into the batter’s box. The right-handed hitter creates all sorts of power and jump off the barrel with quick hands and an uphill path, looking to lift the ball to his pull-side. St. John reached up to an astounding 105 mph for his max exit velocity, averaging 97.1 mph with a max distance of 400’. His BLAST metrics were also off the charts; averaging 27 mph for his hand-speed (T29.4 mph), 81.7 mph for his bat-speed (T86.3 mph) and 28.9 for his rotational acceleration (T31.9). 

+ Currently the No. 14 ranked player in the state, Jack Poellot (Lake Country Lutheran, 2025) showed well in front of our staff once again. Built at an athletic 5-foot-11, 175-pounds, Poellot has evenly distributed strength and weight with room to add on more. The right-handed hitter used the whole field throughout his round, staying short to the ball with a rotational and flat path - reaching up to 91.6 mph with a max distance of 340’. Poellet has some serious arm strength (87 mph) with carry and a quick release from the outfield. 

+ C/OF Terek Verhage (Monona Grove, 2025) gave our staff a quality look over the weekend. At the plate, the left-handed hitter creates hand-separation into an uphill path, staying through the hitting zone and working the middle of the field. On defense, Verhage has a cannon for an arm unleashing 88 mph throws from the outfield with accuracy and quickness to the release. From behind the plate, Verhage shows quick feet and a quick transfer with a quick turn around of the baseball and a 2.01 pop time. Verhage continues to establish himself as a name to know in the state after Sunday’s event. 


+ LHP Brolan Frost (Elkhorn Area, 2025) has big upside in his 6-foot-3, 162-pound frame featuring long, loose limbs, a young overall look and all kinds of continued physical development to come down the road. His arm action is just as projectable playing easy, loose and free out of a ¾ slot with whip and quickness out front. The fastball showed control of the zone, jumped out of the hand and sat comfortably around 83 mph (2245 average rpm), playing with 16.1 inches of average induced vertical break and 10.7 average inches of horizontal movement. There seems to be plenty more velocity to come in the near future. Frost paired his upside fastball with a mid-70’s curveball thrown with arm speed, short wrinkle and landed in the zone 80% of the time, well above-average for his age. He rounded out his three-pitch mix with an upper-70s changeup.


+ RHP/3B/C Carter Kutz (Hartford Union, 2025) made a loud statement on both sides of the ball this past Sunday. Currently the No. 1 ranked player in the state. Kutz started his day off by turning in a 6.88 in the 60-yard dash. The right-handed hitter moves with a fluid load into a flat path, working uphill at times with intent to lift, remaining balanced through contact - reaching up to 90.7 mph for his max exit velocity with a max distance of 348’. In the infield, Kutz’ athleticism is on display with a quick first step and twitchy actions. His arm strength impresses with throws reaching 88 mph. Behind the plate, he can really turn around the baseball on steal attempts. His 1.91 seconds pop time was the best of the day and his 81 mph velocity from out of the crouch was also an event best. On the mound, Kutz is still raw, but his upside is impossible to ignore, sitting 86-88 mph and touching 89 mph with scattered strikes. His curveball sat 71-75 mph, backing up on him at times and playing with short 11/5 shape. He also went to a straight changeup at 79-81 mph, thrown with fastball intent. 

+ INF/RHP Preston Yaucher (Edgewood, 2025) came away a winner from the weekend with a strong two-way showing. Currently ranked No. 6 in the state, the right-handed hitter moves with a quiet hand load into an uphill path, showing easy jump off the bat with a polished approach, repeating the swing with ease. On the infield, Yaucher took perhaps the best round of defense on the day; utilizing a quick first step with intent through the ball and soft hands. Yaucher also impressed on the mound, working his fastball up to 81 mph to pair with a 68-69 mph curveball and 76-78 mph changeup. 

+ RHP/OF Sawyer Deering (Kimberly, 2025) won the day on the mound with a fast-paced and quality bullpen. Standing at 5-foot-11, 180 pounds, Deering presents a stocky frame with a strong lower-half. The righty showcased a FB, CB, and CH mix, having a comfortable feel for all three. With clean and fluid mechanics, driving and extending down the mound, Deering rushed his FB up to 88 mph, and sat 85-87 mph throughout the pen. The CB was tight with advanced spin, registering an average spin rate of 2,816 RPM, the highest at the showcase. His third pitch, the CH, which sat in the lower-80s, was a good complement to the FB and CB as a swing-and-miss pitch, as there was fade and depth featured throughout. The former Wisconsin JFG participant continued to show improvement to his craft as one of the top pitching prospects in the state’s 2025 class. At the plate, the right-handed hitter took a quality round of BP; working flat through the zone with easy hand-speed (24.9 mph avg, T25.6 mph) and bat-speed (72.9 mph avg; T77.9 mph). He showed off some pop at the plate throughout his round, reaching up to 342’ for his max distance with a max exit velocity of 92.4 mph.

+ SS/RHP Jaxon Clayton (Brookfield Central, 2025) put together another quality performance in front of us on the bump on Sunday. The 6-foot-1, 182-pound right-hander presents a solid frame with more room to fill out as he advances in his prep career. Clayton’s FB sat 83-85 mph, and reached a max velocity of 86 mph, paired with a fading CH that shows FB actions from the release point. The SL proved to be lethal, as Clayton displayed an advanced feel, painting the corners of the plate repeatedly. The righty also featured one of the only sinkers of the day, thrown at a max velocity of 85 mph with an average of 12.1 inches of horizontal movement. At the plate, the right-handed hitter took a quality round of BP; starting with a barrel tilt, Clayton moves into an uphill path through the zone with bat-speed, maintaining balance through impact with body control. 

+ INF/RHP Kaden Connor (Monona Grove, 2025) is a player who opened some eyes at the event as a two way prospect. Connor has a projectable wiry lean build standing 6-foot, 170 pounds with a high waist and more fill coming. First, Connor ran a 7.26 second 60 yard dash with an athletic gait. He impressed with the bat showcasing a loose swing with barrel control and the ability to hit line drives to all fields. On the mound, Connor showcased a three pitch arsenal with an athletic delivery and a fastball up to 81 mph. Considering how projectable the frame is, all tools should tick up as he adds size and strength in the coming years. He will be one our staff keeps tabs on going forward. 

+ OF/RHP Clayton Kroschel (Wayland Academy, 2025) once again proved to our scouting staff that he is one of the best players in the state. Listed at an uber-projectable 6-foot-1, 175-pounds, Kroschel has all sorts of room to add on strength as he continues to develop. He impressed early on with a 6.86 in the 60-yard dash, before showing off his athletic right-handed stroke. At the plate, Kroschel’s hands work uphill from a medium load, creating leverage and bat- speed through the zone. On defense, he works quickly and athletically through the ball unleashing throws through the target with accuracy and carry at 86 mph. Additionally, Kroschel has notable skills and talent as a RHP. His arm works out of a high ¾ slot and drives the ball downhill creating leverage and a fastball that sits in the 82-84 mph range. He has a curveball and change up to add to his three pitch mix arsenal to attack hitters. Overall, it was an impressive showcase for Clayton Kroschel. 

+ INF/RHP Casey Wambach (Sun Prairie West, 2025) showed well over the weekend both on the mound and as a position player. The 6-foot-2, 185-pound right-hander works with a high leg-kick into balance point before extending down the mound with a slight drop/drive lower-half, staying in-line with the plate before transitioning into a high ¾ slot. His fastball worked in the 82-84 mph range with life and finish through the zone. He then went to a heavy fading changeup at 70-72 mph, killing spin and showing to have some feel for the pitch. His final offering was a slider at 69-71 mph with gradual 10/4 shape. At the plate, the left-handed hitter moves with a quiet load to start his swing, staying short to the ball with a downhill path and creating whip through the zone. On defense, Wambach impressed with a quick first step and fluid actions at SS. He showcased solid arm strength at 83 mph with carry through first base. Wambach is a name our staff will take special notice of going forward. 

+ INF/RHP Evan Brown (Waukesha West, 2025) emerged a winner on both sides of the ball. At the plate, the right-handed hitter uses a pre-pitch waggle to stay in rhythm before moving with an uphill path into contact, staying through the zone to the whole field. On the mound, Brown showed the ability to get the fastball through areas of the zone with downhill plane and carry. He has a couple of breaking balls in his arsenal as well and can land both in zone. He also displayed a change up with depth to the lower part of the zone. Evan is an interesting two-way prospect who opened eyes as a pitcher and as a position player at the event on Sunday. 


+ INF Winston Alonso (Reedsburg, 2026) boasts all sorts of upside in his 6-foot, 165-pound frame. Currently the No. 14 ranked player in the state, Alonso has a twitchy left-handed swing that works the whole field with feel to hit. Alonso also showed athleticism by running a 60-yard dash at 7.34 seconds, an impressive number for age. Additionally, Alonso displays quality actions in the infield with a quick first step and an accurate arm up to 80 mph on his throws across the infield. 

+ OF Cameron Nelson (Hononegah (IL), 2026) presents a solid 6-foot-1, 170-pound frame, advanced for his age. Nelson showcased his ability to drive the baseball, as his high hands and narrow set-up allowed him to consistently barrel baseballs up the middle and to the opposite field. An average bat speed of 68.7 mph allowed Nelson to have a max exit velocity of 83.4 mph, along with hitting a ball 285 feet, flashing an ability to elevate the baseball at times. Nelson established himself on Saturday as a guy to pay attention to as he begins his prep career. 

+ OF Cadine Considine (Byron (IL), 2026) impressed both at the plate and in the field in front of our staff. Considine presents a filled-out frame, standing at 5-foot-11, 205-pounds. From the left side of the plate, featuring an open stance and wide set-up, Considine consistently showed the ability to be on time and drive the baseball. He hit the sweet spot 64% of the time during his BP session, and demonstrated his easy power, as he drove a ball a max 303 feet and had an 85.7 mph average exit velocity. From the outfield, Considine, with good actions from the ¾ slot, got up to 80 mph on his throws. 

+ C Colin Murphy (Waunakee, 2026) showcased his all-around athleticism and skill on Sunday with both the glove and the bat. At 5-foot-8, 160-pounds, Murphy presents an athletic frame with good proportions. After running a quick 6.98 60-yard dash, Murphy showcased his offensive repertoire. With a wide base set-up and flat bat path, the righty consistently batted balls up the middle and to the pull-side. From behind the dish, Murphy’s quick actions led to pop times that sat between 2.03-2.10 seconds, reaching up to 75 mph.

+ INF Alex Schoepp (Edgewood, 2026) showed well in his first showcase, as he presented an athletic frame to our staff, standing at 5-foot-10, 155 pounds. During his BP session, Schoepp’s set-up was very simple in the batter's box, as he demonstrated his ability to barrel up baseballs, occasionally flashing an intent to elevate. Defensively, Schoepp reached 80 mph from the infield, showcasing a quick first step and the ability to get around the baseball and follow through on his throws. Schoepp’s projectable frame and athleticism will be an interesting follow as his prep baseball career begins. 


+ RHP Bryce Loker (Omro, 2026) presents a projectable 5-foot-10, 135-pound frame on the mound. Loker’s quick arm and polished 4-pitch mix was what stood out on Sunday. The FB sat 78-79 mph, which he was able to spot up. The CH was quite similar, as it was very FB like, and had quality fade and a lack of spin. Loker showcased the ability to throw both his CB and SL for strikes, executing and hitting spots throughout the bullpen. Both pitches sat in the low 60s, and were quality complements to the FB and CH, giving Loker an array of pitches to work with in the future. 


+ SS/RHP Calvin Moreau (Monona Grove, 2026) got out to his first showcase since we saw him in live-game action in the summer of 2022. The long, twitchy-athletic right-hander threw an electric bullpen, and showcased advanced velocity for his age. Standing at a wiry 6-foot-2, 165 pounds, Moreau features a projectable frame with plenty of room to grow. On the bump, Moreau presents a FB-CH-CB combination, all coming from the ¾ arm slot with a quick, short-arm motion. The FB peaked at an impressive 85 mph, as Moreau showed that he could control the pitch and pinpoint it. Additionally, the lanky pitcher showed an advanced feel for the CB, sitting around 70-72 mph, and had a spin rate average of 2,332 RPM. The CH complemented both pitches as a change-of-pace pitch that has quality fade and was also thrown for strikes. Moreau had the lowest 60-time of the day at 6.61 second, further proving his athleticism. At the plate, the right-handed hitter drops his hands into an uphill path, remaining controlled through impact and repeating his swing consistently - also averaging between 22-23 mph for his hand-speed. Moreau has established himself as a top end prospect in the state after this very impressive showing on Sunday. 

+ INF Winston Alonso (Reedsburg, 2026) boasts all sorts of upside in his 6-foot, 165-pound frame. Currently the No. 14 ranked player in the state, Alonso has a twitchy left-handed swing that works the whole field with feel to hit. Alonso also showed athleticism by running a 60 yard dash at 7.34 seconds which is solid for his age. Additionally, Alonso displays quality actions in the infield with a quick first step and an accurate arm up to 80 mph on his throws across the infield. 

+ INF/RHP Van Vogler (Sun Prairie, 2026) impressed on both sides of the ball on Sunday. Standing a projectable 5-foot-10, 140 pounds he hits with a short path staying most middle the other way with his hand path showing barrel control and feel. On the mound, he displayed an athletic delivery with a quick arm and feel to land three pitches for strikes including a fastball, 11/5 breaking ball and a changeup with solid sell to the pitch. 

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