Prep Baseball Report

2023 Scout Day: CT Crush - Quick Hits

PBR New England Staff

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We would like to thank all who participated in The PBR New England 2023 Scout Day: CT Crush. 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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Complete Statistics

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2023 Scout Day: CT Crush - Quick Hits

The Position Players

  • Jake Treat, 2026- A left-handed stick, drives the baseball with authority to the left-center field gap with ease. An advanced approach, multiple balls squared up in batting practice. Major feel around the bag at first, is a defensive weapon.
  • Edward Torres, 2025- A right-handed hitter, gap to gap line drive pop, an above average runner, ran a sub seven sixty-yard dash. Shows a soft glove and good range up the middle with carry across the diamond.
  • Cameron Payne, 2027- A right-handed hitter, middle infielder, twitchy athlete. Moves well in infield, with arm strength across the diamond at 78 mph. Solid stroke in game play.
  • Jack Leaf, 2026- A right-handed hitter, long strider, an athlete, has some projection.
  • Nicholas Maynard, 2026- A left-handed hitter, line drive swing to gaps, moves well at 3rd base. Look for the bat to play.
  • Caleb Simoneau, 2026- A right-handed hitter, showed well on both sides of the field. Good actions and flow defensively, the arm was clocked at 80 mph.
  • Andrew Hardin, 2025- A right-handed hitter, larger frame, moves well behind the dish with arm strength. Showed strength with the bat, driving the baseball from gap to gap.

The Arms