PBRT Maryland Open: Best in Show, 2025 Prospects
June 23, 2023
From June 2-4, PBR Maryland was on-hand in Salisbury, Md., at the site of the PBRT Maryland Open. You can find pitching velocities from the event on this page, and find our Best in Show, 2024 Prospects here.
Today, we’ll be identifying the top Class of 2025 talent in attendance this past weekend, ranking the top-five overall prospects, and highlighting some more of the talent worth following through the remainder of the summer.
BEST IN SHOW, 2025 PROSPECTS
Jordan Regulski RHP / SS / North Dorchester , MD / 2025
The 6-foot-3, 155-pound Regulski is currently one of the top uncommitted prospects in Maryland's 2025 class. In his first appearance at the Maryland Open, he worked in the 84-88 mph range, touching 90, working out of a bases loaded jam in a tight game. It's a heavy fastball from a clean over-the-top slot that jumps on opposing hitters and plays with occasional run. He mixed in a sharp low-70s breaking ball to miss barrels.
Cameron Wilberding CF / Damascus, MD / 2025
The 6-foot, 175-pound Wilberding is coming off of a strong sophomore campaign for the Hornets and impressed in his PBR event debut. An athletic outfielder, Wilberding looked the part as he was all over the barrel throughout the entirety of the tournament.
RJ Heller OF / OF / Walt Whitman , MD / 2025
Heller offered an upside look from the right side of the box in Salisbury. There is plenty of projection within his 6-foot-2, 195-pound frame. He showed well throughout the tournament, consistently making quality contact and finding gaps for extra bases.
Peyton Youngbar RHP / ss / Mount st. joseph, MD / 2025
Youngbar made for a tough look against opposing hitters. He is an athletic mover on the mound at 6-foot, 180-pounds. Using a slight stab out of the glove, Youngbar hides the baseball well during his delviery. His fastball sat in the low-to-mid 80s and plays with life when thrown up in the zone. He added in a low-70s breaking ball with depth to generate swings-and-misses.
Nicholas Bilotto RHP / SS / Glenelg , MD / 2025
The 6-foot-1, 170-pound Bilotto showed well at the Maryland Preseason ID this winter before debuting in the state's 2025 rankings, where he is slated within the top-75 prospects. Bilotto got his summer off to a hot start with an excellent showing at the tournament. He mostly used a two-pitch mix to make opposing batters uncomfortable; a mid-80s fastball with heavy arm-side run and a mid-70s slider that tunnels well off the fastball.
MORE FOLLOW PROSPECTS (Listed Alphabetically)
+ Dillon Bratten, RHP, Parkside HS, MD (2025): Bratten has shown well in front of our staff before, and the Maryland Open was no different. The 6-foot-1, 165-pound righty currently sits within the top-150 prospects in Maryland's incoming junior class. He showcased a loose and quick arm in Salisbury, and is an intriguing name-to-know in the state.
+ Sean Ely Jr., LHP/OF, Sussex Technical, MD (2025): Ely Jr. is another prospect that has performed well before our staff on prior occasions, and it was business as usual for the top-40 player in the state's 2025 class. He impressed both on the mound and at the plate. On the mound, Ely offers a low-80s fastball that plays with heavy arm-side run. Rounding out his repertoire are a sweeping slider and a spin-killing changeup.
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+ Cory Fisher, SS/RHP, James M. Bennett, MD (2025): Fisher is no stranger to our staff, as he has been to several events throughout his young prep career. Entering the tournament as a top-75 prospect in the state's 2025 class, Fisher solidified himself as a name-to-know. His athleticism was apparent on the mound, and he showed feel for three pitches during his outing at the Maryland Open. Operating strictly from the stretch with clean arm action, his low-to-mid 80s fastball jumps on hitters and makes for an uncomfortable at-bat.
+ Garrett Overby, RHP/3B, St. Georges Vo-Tech, MD (2025): There's plenty of projection in Overby's 6-foot-2, 180-pound frame. Currently slotted in the top-25 prospects in Maryland's rising junior class, Overby put together a loud showing at the Maryland Open to start his summer. He has a loose and easy operation with a fastball that sat in the mid-80s this weekend but has been up to 88 mph in front of our staff before. He uses a pair of breaking balls and a fading changeup to keep hitters guessing.
‘25 Garrett Overby (@DcpShowcase)— PBR Maryland (@PBRMaryland) June 4, 2023
Easy, loose AA out of a H 3/4 slot. FB working AS w/ feel, and loving the late diving CH to LHH. Mixed one really nice tight SL in 1st
FB: 82-84, T86
CH: 77-78#PBRMDOpen pic.twitter.com/3De5cYNop6
+ Dane Rue, RHP, Wall, NJ (2025): Rue possesses an athletic frame at 6-foot, 175-pounds with present strength. He showed well both on the mound and at the plate during the Maryland Open, which was his PBR event debut. His short arm action adds deception, hiding the ball from opposing batters. His fastball was up to 85 mph and plays with carry up in the zone. His low-70s slider plays well off of the fastball.
Intriguing ‘25 in Dane Rue (@TSAbaseball)— PBR Maryland (@PBRMaryland) June 3, 2023
Shorter, quick AA w/ some late action thru zone. FB worked both sides of plate, occasionally mixing a tight SL down/away to RHH
FB: 82-84, T85
SL: 71-72@JNaill8 @PBRNewJersey #PBRMDOpen pic.twitter.com/Dp63mokXta