All players listed below were hand picked by Pastime’s Tier 1 scouts who spend all weekend identifying talent amongst every tournament labeled “All Scout”. Each player that is labeled as a top player of the weekend will receive an invite to the All Scout Championship individual event in August.
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Logan Elsbury (Indiana Expos American, 2022, RHP/2B): 78-80, SL 68-71. Has exceptional mechanics at a 3/4 arm slot. Stayed composed and pumped strikes.
Mason Grant (Indiana Expos American, 2022): Smoked a ball of the left field wall and roped on down the line. Didn’t have the opportunity to show off the glove but had quick hands at the plate and got his bat through the zone easily with power.
Christian Lucarelli (Beaver Valley 14u, 2025, RHP/3B): Highly regarded as the best pitcher we saw all weekend.
Russell Weaver (Midwest Astros – Walters, 2023, 3B/C/UTL): Good swing from the right side, good pop off the bat, had 2 LOUD outs and then the hard single over third, he was decent in the field but showcased a very strong arm from third.
Sam Foulke (Indy Titans 15U Keip, 2024, OF/LHP): Super smooth swing from the left side, lots of power to the pull side, strong throwing arm in the outfield.
Jacob Barca (Beaver Valley 17u Red, 2021, 3B/1B): Big strong righty with powerful swing that also provides high contact rates. Hit a triple off the wall.
Brenan Goering (Premier Baseball Academy Meier, 2025, 3B): Hit the ball EXTREMELY hard in all ABs, very strong hitter to all fields, played solid at 3rd as well.
Jacob Payne (RBC Blue, 2024)
Brennan Rawlins (Indiana Astros, 2022, CF/LHP)
Seth Parsons (Razorbacks Baseball, 2025, OF/1B)
Nash Skelton (Indiana Mustangs – Thompson, 2024, C)
Jacob McGuire (Beaver Valley 16u Red, 2023, SS/RHP)
Troy Leas (Beaver Valley 14u, 2025, SS/RHP)
|Braxton||Pratt||USAthletic Nationals 16u Closser||2023||3B||Dude has WHEELS, when he got on base he was very tough to keep from stealing, decent hitter and fielder|
|Bryson||Huwar||Beaver Valley 17U Red||2022||RHP||SS||FB 78-82, SL 70-72, threw from 3/4 and sidearm. Only threw 1 inning, had good command on both pitches|
|Damian||Eller||Powerhouse Suter||2022||2B||OF||Slap hitting lefty with above average speed, found his way on base and worked deep into counts. flashed leather and fast hands at second|
|Andrew||Sokol||Beaver Valley 17U Red||2022||LHP||FB 76-79, CB 60-63, CH 67-69, pounded the zone and hit his spots. did not give up hard hit balls and stayed composed wiht runners on base|
|JP||Nichols||Indiana Astros||2021||RHP||80-83, CH 72-74 – Threw 5 scoreless, great command on both pitches, works fast, 3/4 arm slot and throws from stretch at all times, solid mechanics|
|Jose||Azripe||Indiana Astros||2021||SS||One of the better fielders from this weekend, has very smooth and quick hands, throws mid 80s across diamond, hit leadoff and can hit for contact. all around solid player and athlete|
|Jayke||Putz||Triple Crown Threat 16U||2023|
|Cameron||Lapinto||Beaver Valley 17U Red||2022||1B||Smooth, strong swing from right side. Makes hard contact consistently, line drive hitter to all parts of the field|
|Isaac||Phegley||BAM 14u Diamond Strader||2025||3B||IF||5’1-5’2… very small but a fantastic leadoff hitter with a nice swing that hits for average. Made a diving catch and a bare hand play at 3B, unbelievable fielding skills for 14u|
|Easton||Smith||Indiana Venom – Krupa||2025||PLUS POWER. Went Big fly over the 371 sign at uindy. Good athlete behind the plate.|
|Cameron||Pritchard||Indiana Mustangs – Thompson||2024||C||Catcher with a very quick release, one of the best defensive catchers of the weekend, made throws on steals much closer than they should have been with his quick release and strong arm|
|Cole||Grable||Beaver Valley 17U Red||2022||SS||Great SS with a good glove and a strong arm. Had great power and could hit for contact|
|Marasco||Beaver Valley 14u||5 IP, 1 H, 2 BB, 0 R, 6 K|
|Davis||Beaver Valley 14u||2025||1B||Went 3-3 with 2 doubles and a single. hit the ball to both sides of the field and pounded gaps with over the fence power|