Updated: May 27th, 2013
WSL Memorial Weekend Thanks Parents, Coaches and Players
Auburndale, FL - Later today I'll be releasing an article on the top prospects I scouted that were graded as a 5 star player. Tomorrow, I will have reports on the 4 star players followed by 3 star players.
Here are the top combine results:
New Balance Fastest 60 - Carson Jackson OF 6.81 (18U Brevard Aces) The track was about .1-.2 seconds slow on average. Jackson had a bit of achilles tendinitis but sitll ran the best time. Jackson's been clocked in the past in the 6.5-6.6 range.
Crossover Symmetry's Strongest OF/IF Arm - Erik Dowse OF (18U Ostingers) 95mph (twice), Jay Prather INF (17U FTB Worth) 92mph
Best in game velocity:
Cole Sands RHP (Next Level 16U) 90mph
This past weekend in Auburndale, Fl the weather was perfect, the energy level was high and the play was outstanding!
As the architects of the WSL, Matt Bomeisl and I couldn't have been happier with the way this past weekend turned out.
Speaking for our staff, we'd like to thank the parents for coming out and supporting the WSL. As the league grows and gets stronger every year we look forward to your continued support.
Update: The iScore software will be ready to go 100% for the Florida State Finals tracking stats, velocities, etc. We appreciate your patience as we are providing more event coverage for everyone to truly make our events first class.
Thanks to the coaches for making the WSL Florida Conference come together for 2013 and years to come.
During the event, I personally had coaches saying to me it was one of the better events they played in a long time. I had voicemail's from coaches thanking our staff for doing such a great job and emails from parents that were excited about the next WSL weekend in July.
Obviously without the players there'd be no games. The level of play was very high for an event at the end of May. There were at least a dozen arms 87mph or better and one at 90mph. The player combine added another dimension for the players to showcase their speed, arm strength and defensive abilities.
The play on the field, the combine and the electricity in the air about the WSL culminated in a great event!
All players want to do is play, all coaches want is for their players to play the best competition and get better, all parents want is for their son to compete and get exposure.
We believe the World Scout League accomplishes all three of these goals. Once again, to the parents, coaches and players. Thanks!
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