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Updated: Jul 6th, 2010
FSF 16U: All-Tournament Team
By: Matt Bomeisl |

BOCA RATON, FL - Congrats to the following players who were named to the 1st Team All-Tournament Team:


C - Chucky Vasquez, South Florida Elite Squad Black
Vasquez finished the tournament hitting .647 en route to a tournament batting crown.  Vasquez added 7 runs and 4 RBI during the tournament while showing a big arm behind the plate that kept the opposing teams' running game in check.

1B -Nick Travieso, South Florida Elite Squad Black
Travieso struggled on the mound in the championship game, but actually produced big numbers out of the 4-hole for the Elite.  Travieso finished in the top-15 in batting average, top 5 in RBI, top 5 in hits, tied for 2nd in doubles and tied for 2nd in triples.

2B - Patrick Rivera, CBC Storm
Rivera tied Vasquez for the tournament batting crown, adding an additional 3 RBI in the championship game.  He finished with 11 RBI, 2 doubles and 8 runs scored.  Rivera is the type of player that finds a way on base and uses all parts of the field.  Rivera  even used the opposite field foul line in the championship game to knot the score at 7 with a 2-RBI basehit that snuck inside the bag.

SS - John Sternagal, Florida Stars
Sternagal impressed all week going 6 for 13, 5 runs scored, 4 RBI 1 double and a tournament-leading 3 triples. He made some stellar defensive plays as well and is a potential prospect and easy division 1 player. 

3B -Brooks Morgan, Florida Hardballers
Morgan had at least 1 hit, 1 run scored and 1 RBI in every game played.  He also hit a double in 3 of his 4 games.  He finished 6 for 10, 6 runs scored, 5 RBI, 3 doubles and 1 for 1 on stolen bases.

OF - Esteban Puerta, South Florida Elite Squad Black (Co-MVP)
Puerta earned his MVP by finding ways to keep the Elite offense moving.  If they needed a base runner, Puerta got on.  If they needed an RBI, Puerta drove it in.  He finished the tournament going 10 for 17, 5 RBI, 10 runs score, 2 doubles and 2 triples - getting at least 1 hit and scoring at least 1 run in every game of the tournament.  Puerta is the 3-hole hitter on a star-studded team, showing just how highly the people who coach him everyday think of him.

OF - Jake Jacob, CBC Storm
What didn't Jacob do? The catalyst for the top offense in the tournament went 13 for 21, 4 RBI, 2 triples, 14 runs scored and 6 for 6 on stolen bases in 6 games played.  He accounted for almost 2 hits per game, more than 2 runs scored per game and 1 stolen base per game.  Jacob is slightly undersized, probably hindering his professional potential.  But Jacob will easily play at the division 1 level, showing batspeed and an ability to hit high end pitching.

OF - Jordan Austin, Florida Hardballers
Austin has a chance to be special.  The Gainesville, FL native hit 8 for 13, 5 RBI, 2 doubles, 8 runs scored, 4 for 4 on stolen bases and added 1 scoreless inning on the mound with 2 Ks.  Austin flashed well above average batspeed and good swing during his time in the tournament before his Hardballers fell victim to the CBC Storm.

SP - Ivan Pelaez, LHP, South Florida Elite Squad Black (Co-MVP)
Pelaez earned a co-MVP by tossing 8 innings of shutout baseball in 2 appearances, allowing just 1 hit, and punching out 17 batters.  Pelaez also added a 3-inning save earlier in the tournament.  Pelaez used a mid 80's fastball to set-up hitters and complimented it with a sharp curveball to dominate opposing batters.

SP - Victor Arche, LHP, Almendares Baseball
Arche only sat in the mid 70's on the mound, but threw 2 different types of breaking balls that were just filthy and proceeded to punch out 10 Jacksonville Warriors in a big quarterfinal win to advance them to the Final Four.

SP - Jarrod Petree, RHP, Game Time Academy
Petree came through with a big performance in the final game of pool play throwing a complete game 3-hitter and punching out 9 in the pool clinching win over the PW Futures. The final score was 1-0, and Petree's shutout was just what Game Time needed to advance.  The righty sat 83-84mph during his critical outing.

SP - Kevin Perez, RHP, South Florida Elite Squad Black
Like his teammate Pelaez, Perez also had 2 appearances going 10 IP, giving up 2 earned runs, scattering just 4 hits, punching out 10 batters and walking 3.  Perez topped out at 89mph on a few pitches during his first outing at the beginning of the week.

SP - Nate Brecklin, LHP, Game Time Academy
It's hard to ignore what Brecklin did in his one appearance on the mound going 6 IP, giving up just 1 hit and punching out 13.  Brecklin was only 78-80mph on the gun, but obviously showed he has more to him than what reads on the radar gun.

SP - Carson Sands, LHP, Southeast Bluesox
Sands just makes the cut here as his one outing was 5 IP, 1 hit and 7 Ks.  It should be noted that the lefty from Tallahassee, FL is not even in 9th grade yet.  Sands has a textbook pitchers frame as a tall, lean lefty.  His fastball sat 81-83mph, not bad for 14/15 years old.

About Matt Bomeisl
After being a 4-year letterman on the Florida Gators baseball team from 2000-2004, Matt started Prospect Wire Baseball in 2005. With the goal of helping high school baseball players achieve exposure the way he was helped in 1999, Prospect Wire has grown into the fastest growing scouting services in America. For 10 years, college coaches, scouts and baseball people of all kinds have taken notice of Prospect Wire as being one of the most dependable, accurate and trustworthy sources of high school baseball prospects. Matt is the founder of Prospect Wire, serves as it's director of day-to-day operations, and assists in scouting major events.
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