Under Armour All-Star Rosters




TEAM ONE ROSTER
Stetson Allie IF/RHP
St. Edward HS, Lakewood, Ohio
With his big thighs, broad shoulders and barrel chest, Allie is built like an ox. Because of his size, his game has a lot of strength. He's strong with the bat, but what stands out the most is his arm, and his future is likely on the mound. His fastball sits in the 94-95 mph range and can touch 97. The North Carolina recruit also has an 89 mph slider and a changeup.
Brandon Brennan RHP
Capistrano Valley HS, Mission Viejo, Calif.
Teammates with 2009 first-rounder Tyler Matzek, Brennan is a tremendous athlete with a 6-foot-4, 205-pound frame. He shows a fastball that ranges from 89-93 mph with hard, late run. He also has solid command of his changeup at 75-78 mph and a curveball with 11-5 break. Brennan is also a major college recruit as a quarterback.
Garin Cecchini MIF
Barbe HS, Lake Charles, La.
Cecchini is an athletic 6-foot-3 and 200 pounds. He has good power from the left side of the plate. In the field, he's fundamentally sound with a good arm, above-average speed and he plays the game hard.
Daniel Child RHP
Jesuit HS, Sacramento
Don't let the last name fool you. At 6-foot-5 and 230 pounds, Child is all man. He fires fastballs that sit in the 90-92 mph range and touches 93. He also has an 83 mph breaking ball and is committed to Oregon State.
Kellin Deglan C
Langley (British Columbia) SS
Deglin is a big, strong catcher who is 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds. The combination of his arm strength and power from the left side make him an intriguing prospect and he has blossomed lately, hitting in the middle of the Canadian Junior National Team's lineup.
Jacob Felts C
Orangefield (Texas) HS
Felts is a very solid defender who flashes a 1.8-second pop time. He hits with some authority too, with a line drive approach to all fields.
Ryan Ford 1B
Plano West HS, Plano, Texas
Ford is a powerful hitter, with natural lift and pull-side power. Ford drops his bat head on the ball quickly and the ball explodes off his bat. He is smooth at first base and has potential above-average ability there.
Kevin Gausman RHP
Grandview HS, Centennial, Colo.
With a long and lean frame, Gausman has good projectability for a prep pitcher. His fastball sits between 89-91 mph and he can get it up to 93. He mixes in a 77 mph breaking ball that he throws for strikes, and everything is around the zone.
Reggie Golden OF
Wetumpka (Ala.) HS
Built like a running back, Reggie packs a punch on the diamond with an exceptional combination of speed and power as well as a strong throwing arm. He makes good, consistent contact at the plate and puts on shows in batting practice.
Evan Grills LHP
Simclair SS, Whitby, Ontario
As a member of the Canadian Junior National Team, Grills has been playing against advanced competition since he was 14 years old. Grills pitches at 88-91 mph with an above-average curveball and a deceptive changeup. He's very composed with great pitchability and knows how to win.
Jacoby Jones MIF
Richton (Miss.) HS
Jones is an extremely good athlete that is exciting to watch. With a strong arm and a wirey frame with quick-twitch muscles, Jones has the tools to play multiple positions, including shortstop, third base and center field. He's an above-average runner with a high ceiling and has a verbal commitment to Louisiana State.
Kevin Jordan OF
Northside Columbus HS, Columbus, Ga.
Jordan is an athletic 6-foot-1 and 180 pounds. While not a burner, he gets good reads on the ball and can play center field. He hits from the left side and shows some power to all fields, giving him a high ceiling.
Casey Mullholland RHP
Pendleton School, Bradenton, Fla.
Mullholland is a 6-foot-4, 175-pound righthander with a fastball in the 88-90 mph range, a 77-78 mph changeup and a 68-70 mph breaking ball. He uses his ideal pitcher's frame to work downhill. Mullholland is athletic, running a 7.0 second 60-yard dash and also spending time in the outfield.
Sean O'Brien MIF
Clearwater (Fla.) HS
At 6-foot-3 and 175 pounds, O'Brien has a pro body and the makings of five good tools. He has a quiet approach in the batter's box with good balance. He consistently gets the barrel on the ball and hits hard line drives. In the field he is fluid with a strong arm.
Brian Ragira OF
Martin HS, Arlington, Texas
Ragira is an athletic player with room to fill out as he matures and adds strength. He's still learning how to handle wood bats, but shows flashes of potential and has good bat speed. He's patient at the plate but aggressive on the bases with his above-average speed.
Evan Rutckyj LHP
St. Joseph's HS, St. Thomas, Ontario
Rutckyj (pronounced ROOT-skee) doesn't have a lot of baseball experience, but offers a lot of physicality and projection. The 6-foot-5 lefthander recently gave up hockey to focus on baseball and he's already touching 90 mph.
Jameson Taillon RHP
The Woodlands (Texas) HS
Taillon's big frame is likely maxed out, but he has established himself as one of the top pitchers in the upcoming draft class. His fastball sits in the 92-93 mph range and Taillon also throws a harder slider at 84-85 and a sharp curveball that registers at 82-83 mph.
Austin Wilson OF
Harvard Westlake HS, Los Angeles
Already a chiseled 6-foot-4 and 200 pounds, Wilson is a physical specimen who stands out on the field. He's an average runner but has a cannon for an arm, and he should have the size, athleticism and tools to be a special player.

BASEBALL FACTORY TEAM
Zach Alvord MIF
South Forsyth HS, Cumming, Ga.
Alvord had a great junior year. He hit .336 and, of his 41 hits, 32 of them went for extra bases—16 doubles and 16 home runs. He didn't hit his first single until 12 games into the season. Alvord is athletic with good power for his size.
Yordy Cabrera SS
Lakeland (Fla.) HS
Cabrera has a pro body and all the tools you look for in a young player. At the plate, he has strong wrists and forearms that generate good bat speed and produce hard line drives. The Miami recruit runs a 6.6-second 60-yard dash with fluid actions and above-average arm strength in the field and on the mound, where he touches 92 mph.
Nick Castellanos 3B
Archbishop McCarthy HS, SW Ranches, Fla.
A strong, solid corner infielder, Castellanos can flat out rake. He has a big frame, and is very athletic for his size. Castellanos has a good feel for the game and has a strong arm from the left side of the diamond.
Drew Cisco RHP

Wando HS, Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Cisco has a simple and smooth delivery, allowing him to pound the strike zone with an effective three-pitch mix. His fastball ranges from 88-92 mph with occasional cut and run, which he uses to set up an above-average curveball and promising changeup.
Chevez Clarke OF

Marietta (Ga.) HS
Clarke is a flashy outfielder who has been on the prospect map for awhile. The 6-foot, 190-pounder is a toolsy center fielder that hits from both sides of the plate, runs well and shows  off above-average arm strength.
A.J. Cole RHP

Oviedo (Fla.) HS
Cole is long and lanky and has the projection scouts can dream on. But, even if he doesn't fill out, he already throws 88-91 mph and touches 93 with clean, effortless mechanics. He mixes in a 78 mph knuckle -curve that he throws for strikes.
Deshun Dixon OF/RHP
Terry HS, Jackson, Miss.
Smaller than his brother Rashun, a prospect in the Athletics organization, Deshun is an athletic and exciting player. His speed gives him the range to be a true center fielder and a terror on the bases. He hits from the left side and knows how to get on base. He also has a strong arm, getting it up to the low 90s off the mound.
Trey Griffin OF
King HS, Lithonia, Ga.
Griffin is a gifted athlete with good size and strength that provides him with the tools and athleticism to be a good all-around player. He hits from an open stance and runs the 60-yard dash in 6.8 seconds. Griffin's half brother, Xavier Avery, was a second-round pick by the Orioles last year.
Kevin Koziol 1B
Brother Rice HS, Chicago
Koziol has a big, strong frame that produces some raw power from the right side of the plate. He has good hands in the field to go along with a solid throwing arm and he runs a 7.2-second 60-yard dash.
Alex Lavisky C
St. Edward HS, Lakewood, Ohio
Lavisky is a strong and agile backstop with solid catch-and-throw ability. At the plate, he employs an open stance and has quick wrists that allow him to catch up to velocity well.
Case Nixon RHP/C
Hillcrest HS, Tuscaloosa, Ala.Nixon is an athletic 6-foot-2 and 185 pounds. On the mound, his fastball is in the 91-92 mph range and the arm strength is also evident behind the plate, where he posts sub-2.0 pop times. Nixon is committed to Alabama.
Alex Ramsay C/1B
Severna Park (Md.) HS
One of the top catchers in the 2010 class, Ramsay is an excellent athlete who runs the 60-yard dash in 7.0 seconds. He shows good actions behind the plate with quick feet, a strong arm and good blocking and receiving skills. He's a good hitter with quick hands and above-average bat speed.
Cayle Shambaugh LHP
Jay (Okla.) HS
With a lean but strong, 6-foot and 185-pound frame, Shambaugh has good arm strength, topping out at 92 mph. He locates his pitches well and also throws a tight, late breaking ball and has a good feel for a changeup. While Shambaugh is likely only pitching at the event, he's also a good defensive outfielder with a powerful bat.
DeAndre Smelter RHP
Tattnall Square Academy, Macon, Ga.
Smelter is a 6-foot-2, 205-pound righthander with broad shoulders and a thick lower half. He rocks back and fires 89-92 mph fastballs from a lower three-quarters arm slot and touches 93. Smelter hides the ball well and mixes in an 83 mph changeup and an 80-81 mph slider. He's a good athlete who ran the 60-yard dash in 6.6 seconds.
Andrew Smith RHP
Roswell (Ga.) HS
Smith is a 6-foot-2, 190 pound righthander. His fastball currently sits in the 87-89 mph range, but there's room for more and he also mixes in a 74 mph breaking ball. He has a verbal committment to North Carolina.
Bobby Wahl RHP
West Springfield HS, Springfield, Va.
With a tall, lean and projectable body, Wahl throws in the 90s and has touched 93. He uses his lower half to create a downhill plane and the ball comes out of his hand easily. He throws a three-pitch mix, including a curveball and changeup.
Karsten Whitson RHP
Chipley (Fla.) HS
Whitson has an ideal pitcher's frame and is a strong righty with a loose, live arm. He pounds the strike zone with a 90-95 mph fastball that requires little effort. He also throws a sharp slider at 78-81, making him one of the top pitchers in the 2010 class.
J.D Williams OF/2B
Brooks-DeBartolo Collegiate HS, Tampa
Williams is very fast and athletic. A switch-hitter, he has a quick bat and explosive swing from both sides of the plate. Williams' father Reggie played four years in the big leagues with the Angels and Dodgers.

Capsules by Dan Budreika, Jesse Burkhart, Matt Forman, Conor Glassey and Nathan Rode