Unsigned Seniors: Top 10 Available MIF From This Summer's Events




Dan Cevette
Director, New York

The Prep Baseball Report has made its way to New York producing eight top flight events between June and Sept. In that time we have seen over 100 class of 2015 MIF through the door and with that came some next level talent. With 20 players already making verbal commitments, here's a look at the top 10 MIF in the class of 2015 still available from this years events.

1. Andrew Pedone, MIF, Shenendehowa HS, NY (2015)
Pedone stands 6-foot-0, 175-pounds with the frame to easily add 10-15 good pounds of muscle. From the Infield he moves towards to ball fielding it out in front with smooth hands and a quick clean transfer. He throws form a low/mid-¾ arm slot at 81 mph, gets his back side through his throws towards his target, with a short arm action. At the plate he sets up with his weight shifted on his back leg, back load, using a leg lift on the pitch. His bat path is on the incline through the strike zone, he really gets his back side through the ball with a powerful high finish. He shows power potential hitting a Home Run in batting practice with an exit velocity of 83 off a tee. He ran an impressive 4.03 home to first time.

2. Marcos Perivolaris, SS/MIF, Mattituck HS, NY (2015)
Perivolaris stands 5-foot-8, 158-pounds with a strong athletic frame. In the field he charges the ball fielding it in the middle of his stance, funnels to his belt and uses a clean transfer. He throws from a low-¾ slot at 80 mph getting his back side through the ball. He shows quickness with his feet and ran a 4.3 home to first time from the right handed batter’s box. At the plate his set up is balanced, on the pitch he uses a small back load, heel lift for timing, and shows a powerful swing on a level path through the zone. He gets his back side through the ball, uses long extension, shoulder high finish and shows great power potential. His exit velocity was 83 mph off a tee.

3. Luke Terwilliger, SS, Corning HS, NY (2015)
Terwilliger stands 6-foot-0, 170-pounds with an athletic frame but needs to add more weight. At SS he uses athletic actions to get to the ball, gets around baseball, fields out in front with a clean transfer. Short arm action, high-3/4 slot with above average arm strength from 80-83 mph. At the plate his setup is wide and balanced. On the pitch he back loads, drives hands on a short path inside the ball, slightly inclined plane through contact. Long extension after contact, high finish. Exit velocity was 77 mph. He ran a 7.2 60 yard time.

4. Nicholas DeMarco, MIF, Shaker HS, NY (2015)
DeMarco stands 6-foot-1 165-pounds with a projectable frame. From the infield he comes and gets the baseball hard, fields on his glove side and throws from a mid/high-¾ slot, very quick release at 82 mph. He moves athletically to the ball and ran a 4.28 home to first time from the right side batter’s box. At the plate his approach is tall and relaxed, on the pitch he uses a slight back load and leg lift, his bat path is slightly inclined with short extension and a shoulder high finish. His exit velocity was 80 mph off a tee.

5. Dominic Cecere, SS, Williamsville North HS, NY (2015)
Cecere stands 5-foot-10, 160-pounds with small lean build. In the field he moves quickly to the ball but under control, gets around the baseball and fields with his glove out in front, slightly to his arm side. His transfer is clean and quick, arm action is short and he throws from a high-¾ slot with 79 mph arm strength. At the plate his approach is wide and weight is centered. On the pitch he uses a back load, leg lift with minimal stride, drives his hands inside the ball with a bat path mostly level through the zone. He finishes with extension after contact and a shoulder height, one handed finish.

6. Dan Singer, MIF, Elk County Catholic, (2015)
Singer stands 5-foot-11 172 pounds and has short arm action from a 3/4 arm slot. His throws were accurate and had some carry to it. His velocity across the field was 78 mph and gets through his throws. With the bat he looks athletic and has some balance with a short stride. His swing is slightly uphill through the zone with a high finish and shows strong quick hands with an 86 mph exit velocity and gets through baseball well. He runs ok for his size with a 4.44 home to first time.

7. Matt Smith, 2B/SS, Horseheads HS, NY (2015)
Smith stands 5-foot-8, 145-pounds with a small, but athletic frame. From the infield he uses good footwork, prep steps, gets in a balanced position to field the ball out in front of his body and uses a quick, clean transfer. His arm action is long and he throws from a low-¾ slot with 79 mph arm strength. He ran a 4.38 home to first time showing off his athleticism. At the plate he starts with his hands back and above his shoulder, flat bat, and weight back on his right leg. On the pitch he uses a heel lift and small stride, drives his hips forward, bat stays level through the zone and he uses a balanced high finish after contact.

8. Steven Gerringer, RHP, Arlington HS, NY (2015)
Gerringer stands 5-foot-10, 150-pounds with a frame that can hold more. From the infield he shows plus actions and balance getting around the baseball. He fields the ball in the middle of his stance, funnels to his belt with an average transfer but clean. He gets through his throws from a low-¾ slot with arm strength at 76 mph. At the plate his weight is slightly shifted back with a balanced approach. On the pitch he uses a small stride and drives his hands to the ball staying inside the ball. His bat path stays level through the hitting plane and he uses long extension with a strong high finish. His exit velocity was 82 mph.

9. Nick Blovsky 2B, Olean HS, NY (2015)
Blovsky stands 6-foot-1, 175-pounds with a lean build. From the infield he positions his body around the ball, clean exchange, long arm action, high-3/4 slot at 76 mph a significant jump from June 21st. At the plate he swings from the left side, weight back on his setup. On the pitch small toe lift and stride, path is long, bat plane is uphill, extension though contact, high finish. Exit velocity was 79 mph.

10. collin Neer, MIF, Oneonta HS, NY (2015)
Neer stands 5-foot-7, 145-pounds with a small build. From the infield he moves well laterally staying behind the ball angled towards his target. Clean exchange, short arm action, mid-3/4 slot at 78 mph getting his back side through the ball. At the plate his setup is relaxed with some weight back. On the pitch he loads back, long stride, hands stay inside the ball, short path, slightly inclined bat plane to a shoulder height finish. Exit velocity was 75 off a tee.

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