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2023 Connecticut Fall Prospect Showcase - Quick Hits

PBR New England Staff

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We would like to thank all who participated in The PBR New England 2023 Connecticut Fall Prospect Showcase. This was a great opportunity for 2024-2027 prospects to be put on college recruiting boards. Many players impressed during their individual workouts at the showcase. Below we have the complete statistical results from the event as well as the top performers across various different categories.

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2023 Connecticut Fall Prospect Showcase - Quick Hits

Position Players

  • Drew Colucci, 2024A left-handed hitter, an advanced approach, line drives to all parts of the field, hard solid contact. Great jumps and instincts on both sides of the field.
  • Ethan Rich, 2026- A right-handed hitter, whip and life to the barrel, long and rangy athlete.
  • Matt West, 2025- A right-handed hitter, shows plus pop to pull side, had an exit velocity of 98 mph. Showed solid contact in game play. Moves well defensively for a bigger player.
  • Cooper Sima, 2027- A left-handed hitter, super smooth and clean swing, more of a pull approach, lots of room for jump. Defensively, feet and hands work well together both from behind the plate and in the infield.
  • TJ Maldonado, 2026- A right-handed hitter, compact tight turns with his swing. Line drive approach to all fields.
  • Aaron Rich, 2026- A right-handed hitter, a real good runner, 6.95 sixty. The approach is simple, small stride with a loose, level flat swing, line drives up the middle.
  • James Brandi, 2026- A physical right-handed hitter, loose hands creates lift and leverage to the swing. The exit velocity was clocked at 89 mph and ran above average for a catcher at 7.16.

The Arms

  • Will Quinn, 2026- A right-handed pitcher, arm action is short and clean on the backside, quick, with length out front. The fastball has late life, up to 81 mph, with a ton more in there. Slider has good velocity to it up to 73 mph, wipe out at times.
  • Lucas Mazzaro, 2028- A right-handed pitcher, the fastball reached the high 70’s, with life to arm side, lives in the bottom part of the zone. Pounds the zone with all three pitchers, works quick, old school type pitcher.
  • Colby Harrington, 2024- A right-handed pitcher, larger, durable pitchers frame. The arm action is clean working from a higher slot. The fastball acts heavy, velocity up to 82-85 mph. Mixed in a hard splitter, was able to control it, and was clocked at 70 mph.
  • Connor Brill, 2026- A left-handed pitcher, super smooth and polished, 3 pitch mixer, fastball is going to play at next level, clocked in the low 80’s, with more in the tank. Major feel around the mound, can hold runners and field his position.
  • Cole Gieras, 2025- A left-handed pitcher, longer, clean arm action, lots of arms and legs coming at you. Mid 70’s fastball, hides it and is hard for hitters to square, downward sink and run.
  • David Parniawsli, 2026- A right-handed pitcher, fastball up to 78 mph, lots of arm side run. Little funk and hook on the bottom of the path, creating movement.
  • Parker Mazzaro, 2025- A right-handed pitcher, simple, on time delivery, clean, quick arm at 75 mph, with action. The breaking ball is slurvey and can put hitters away with it.

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