Midwest Future Games Spotlight: Middle Infielders (Hannan, Millem, O'Neil, Saunders, Womack)

By Chris Fuller
Kentucky Scouting Director

Eamon Hannan is a 6-foot-3, 163-pound shortstop from St. Mary HS.  The lanky Hannan has big projectability and recently performed well at the Top Prospect Games Event.  Hannan ran a 6.85 60 and showed an 82 mph arm across the infield, to go along with 89 mph exit velocity.  The right-handed hitter stroked two singles and a triple to the right-center gap in the game play portion of the event.  Hannan will see time at shortstop and will also pitch for Team Kentucky.

Roman Millem is a 6-foot-2, 171-pound shortstop from North Oldham HS who has shown well at multiple PBR events.  Millem ran a 6.99 60 in February at the Pre-Season All State showcase, and we have received reports of faster times this summer.  He shows fluid footwork and an 83 mph arm across the infield.  He also plays the outfield well with throws registering at 85 mph.  The right-handed hitter showed good bat speed in February with the ability to consistently square up the baseball.  Millem will see time at shortstop and in the outfield for Team Kentucky.

Connor O’Neil is a 5-foot-11, 175-pound second baseman from Lexington Catholic HS.  O’Neil has been to several PBR events and one thing always impresses, his bat.  The right-handed hitter has a repeatable swing and has shown the ability to consistently spray line drives all over the field.  Most recently, at the Top Prospect Games Event, he showed the best 60 time we have seen from him at 6.78.  O’Neil will see most of his action at 2nd base for Team Kentucky.

Bo Saunders is a 6-foot, 165-pound middle infielder from Scott County HS.  Saunders put on an offensive show for the Cardinals this spring and has impressed at multiple PBR events.  He is an aggressive, high-energy type player who ran a 7.03 60 at the Top Prospect Games event with a 77 mph arm across the infield.  Saunders will see his action for Team Kentucky at 2nd base.

Cole Womack is a 6-foot, 180-pound shortstop from Lone Oak HS.  At the Top Prospect Games Event he showed fluid feet, soft hands, and an 83 mph arm across the infield.  In addition to running a 7.00 60, he made consistent hard contact in game play with two sharp singles and lined out hard in another at bat.  Womack will see all of his action at shortstop for Team Kentucky.


Midwest Future Game 2013 SLIDE