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Updated: Aug 19th, 2010
FSF 18U All Tournament Team
By: Matt Bomeisl | matt@prospectwire.com

LAKE WORTH - The FSF 18U All-Tournament Team:

P - Will Resnik, Orlando Scorpions Black

Resnik made PW History becoming the first player in the 18U Tournament to throw a no hitter.  Resnik sat 82-84mph, but changed speeds well and scattered 4 Ks.

P - Jimmy Herget, West Florida Shockers

Herget got 2 wins during the tournament, playing an instrumental role in the Shockers State Title.  Herget lead the tournament in IP (10), scattering 4 earned runs and punching out 10.

P - Jace Herrera, Orlando Scorpions Black

It's easy to see why the Scorpions Black was able to advance when 2 of their pitchers make the All-Tournament Team.  Herrera picked up 2 wins during the tournament and tossed 9 innings, striking out 9, and walking just 2.  He lived in the 85-88mph range during his starts.

P - Brandon Rhodes, Palm Beach PAL 16U

Rhodes tossed 9.1 IP, giving up 2 earned runs, striking out 10, and allowing no walks.  No start of his was more important than his dominant performance over a loaded Scorpions Purple lineup, pitching the majority of the quarter finals game under the pressure of having a 1-0 lead.

P - Tyler Bender, Cape Coral Cannons

The young righty tossed 7.1 IP in two appearances, striking out 8, giving up 3 hits, and walking just 1.  He didn't allow any earned runs in his appearances.

P - Kyle Bird, CBC Storm

The projectable lefty threw a combined 7.2 innings pitched in 2 appearances, striking out 8, allowed no earned runs, and picked up 2 wins on the mound.

P - Danny Brown, SWFL

Brown's complete game shutout gets him on the list.

RP - Ryan Deckert, World of Baseball

Deckert made 3 appearances totaling 6 IP, punching out 9, giving up just 1 hit, and allowing no runs.

RP - Dyland Benedict, West Florida Shockers

Benedict made 4 total appearances totaling up 9 innings, zero earned runs, punching out 6 and getting a win in the process.

UT - Taylor Layner, West Florida Shockers (MVP)

Layner was all over the place.  2-0 during the tournament on the mound, 9 IP, no earned runs.  Offensively, 10 for 20 at the plate with a tournament-leading 11 RBI, 3 doubles 1 triple and 1 homerun.  Wow.  Layner drove in 11 runs, and didn't give up any on the mound making himself a +11 factor for the Shockers.

UT - Cody Denoyelles, Orlando Reds

Denoyelles made some key plays defensively and added a 7 for 12 effort offensively with 2 doubles.  He got at least 1 hit in all 4 games and went 3 for 3 on stolen bases as well.

UT - Stanford Rowe, Tampa Panthers

Rowe hit 2 3-run bombs in one game and tossed 7 innings on the mound.  The Georgetown commit also punched out 8 batters.

C - Taylor Gushue, Palm Beach PAL 16U

The Florida commit went 9 for 17 with 7 runs scored, 2 doubles, 1 triple and 1 homerun.  He even went 3 for 3 on stolen bases.

1B - Emilio Desilva, SF Elite Squad Grey

Desilva didn't have a great tournament going just 4 of 9 overall, but he hit 2 bombs in 9 at bats, and that's the kind of output you want out of your first baseman.

2B - Jose Brizuela, All American Prospects

Brizuela finished 6 for 11, stroking 3 doubles to lead the Prospects offensively.

SS - Drew Weeks, CBC Storm

This is an easy choice for shortstop.  Weeks finished 12 for 17 (.706), with a triple and a homer. 

3B - Nick Rivera, Cape Coral Cannons

Rivera finished 9 for 17 with 8 RBI, hit 2 doubles and 2 homeruns.  One of the homeruns was a 7th inning 3-run bomb that left the SF Clippers on the field in the playoff round.

DH - Peter Rivera, Palm Beach PAL 16U

Rivera's batting average wasn't overly impressive at 9 for 16, but what was impressive were the 4 doubles and 2 homeruns.  Rivera actually hit an extra basehit in 5 of the 7 games he played. 

OF - Josh Townsend, West Florida Shockers

Townsend went 10 for 20, 6 for 6 on stolen bases, 9 runs scored and served as a catalyst all week for the Shockers.

OF - Kyle Zech, SWFL

Zech was one of the better prospects at the event and a player that flew under the radar his senior year.  Zech lead SWFL in hits (9), runs (6), RBI (6), and added a double, triple and homer.  He went 3 for 3 on stolen bases showing off his sub 6.4 60 time during the combine.

OF - Josh Stewart, Florida Hardballers

Stewart went 6 for 12, with a team-leading 7 RBI, while adding 2 doubles and a homer.

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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