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Updated: Aug 20th, 2015
Indiana Prospects Scout Day Top Workout Results
By: Corey Goldfarb | corey@prospectwire.com

Pendelton, IN - Indiana Prospects

The Indiana Prospects Scout Day this past Sunday had plenty of talent on hand, as well as a couple dozen (or more) college coaches in attendance. There were major D1’s there as well as mid-major D1’s and colleges from all over the midwest.

All players that attended the scout day were either verbally uncommitted as an underclassmen or uncommitted as a rising senior. Colleges that weren’t in attendance definitely missed out on some arms, athletes, and bats.

The Prospects are a first class organization and ran their scout day that way. There was a canopy with chairs and tables set up by the Prospects staff specifically for the college coaches and players to have lunch in the shade. There was plenty of good food for everyone and the Prospect’s staff did a great job running the event from start to finish.

The day started with players running 60’s, then I/O from SS/1B/RF, Catcher Pop Times, BP, and ending with a game.

Being based out of Florida, our staff see’s some of the best HS players in the country every summer and fall. The midwest has always been underrated for HS players, but always produces some of the best MLB players.

After this past Sunday, our staff clearly saw why some of the best baseball talent comes out of the midwest. The players in the midwest just don’t get the same exposure the Florida, California, Texas players do unless they travel across the country every summer.

That’s why when Shane Stout, Director of Baseball Operations for the Indiana Prospects, asked us to cover their scout day. We were excited to make the trip to Indiana and help put some kids names on the national map.

Here are the top workout results from August 16th:

*note - track was a bit slow, thicker grass

Top 10 60’s:

  1. Quenton Wellington 2016 R/R INF/OF - 6.53

  2. Adam Lovell 2016 L/R OF/LHP - 6.65

  3. Tyler Van Pelt 2017 L/L OF - 6.70

  4. Corbin Cox 2017 R/R OF - 6.72

  5. Blake Dunn 2017 R/R MIF/C/RHP - 6.78

  6. Grant Richardson 2018 L/L OF/LHP - 6.91 / Carson Wright 2017 L/L OF - 6.91 / Adisyn Coffey 2017 R/R SS - 6.91 / Steven Molinet 2019 R/R OF - 6.91 / Grant Fremion 2017 L/L OF - 6.91 

  7. Ryan Metz 2017 R/R INF/RHP - 6.94

  8. Ronald Evans 2019 R/R OF/INF - 6.97

  9. Kendal Riley 2018 R/R INF - 7.00

  10. Jason Clark 2016 R/R INF/OF/RHP - 7.13

Top 5 OF Velocities:

  1. Jason Clark 2016 R/R INF/OF/RHP - 93mph

  2. Grant Richardson 2018 L/L OF/LHP - 90mph

  3. Vinnie Martin 2017 L/L OF - 87mph

  4. Grant Fremion 2017 L/L OF - 86mph

  5. Quenton Wellington 2016 R/R INF/OF - 85mph

Top Infield Velocities:

  1. Blake Dunn 2017 R/R MIF/C/RHP - 90mph

  2. Adisyn Coffey 2017 R/R SS - 86mph

  3. Ryan Metz 2017 R/R INF/RHP - 84mph

  4. Jason Clark 2016 R/R INF/OF/RHP - 83mph / Jack Parkinson 2016 R/R IF - 83mph / Rhett Wintner 2017 R/R INF - 83mph / Kendal Riley 2018 R/R INF 83mph

  5. Cade Negley 2017 R/R INF - 81mph / Brenden Bube 2017 R/R INF/RHP 81mph / Quenton Wellington 2016 R/R OF/INF - 81mph

Top 5 Catcher Pop Times:

  1. Blake Dunn 2017 R/R MIF/C/RHP - 1.91 / Colin Donahue 2017 R/R C - 1.91 / Mason Mcleod 2019 L/R C - 1.91

  2. Matt Phillips 2016 R/R C - 2.01

  3. Sonny Ulliana 2016 R/R C - 2.03

  4. Nicholas Carrizales - 2018 R/R C 2.06

  5. Blake Gorski 2017 R/R C - 2.07 / Colten Panaranto 2018 R/R C - 2.07

Top 5 BP sessions:

  1. Tyler Van Pelt 2017 L/L OF

  2. Jason Clark 2016 R/R INF/OF/RHP

  3. Sonny Ulliana 2016 R/R C

  4. Grant Richardson 2018 L/L OF/LHP

  5. Corbin Cox 2017 R/R OF

There were a lot of players that took good BP sessions, but these 5 were the most consistent with hard contact and line drives using the entire field.

In depth scouting reports on the top overall prospects will be on our site tonight/tomorrow morning!

Again, PW wanted to say thanks again for the Indiana Prospects having us out to cover their scout day! Great players, great people, great program, great environment for a scout day!

About Corey Goldfarb
Corey Goldfarb has an extensive background in all levels of baseball. Before Corey's hiring at Prospect Wire, he worked as an agent and advisor to over 25 current professional athletes. Of those 25 players, 5 of them were drafted in the first round of the MLB Draft and one of them was the #1 prospect in the country out of high school. Corey's ability to evaluate talent helped him identify the right players to target and recruit. Corey played a key role in building one of the best young sports agencies in baseball. Prior to his 10 years as an agent, Corey worked in different aspects of Minor League Player Development for the Marlins and Yankees.
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