SEE ALSO: Summer College League Top Prospects
SEE ALSO: Cape Cod League Top 10
SEE ALSO: Cape Cod League 11-20
SEE ALSO: Cape Cod League 21-30
Brewster completed an improbable run through the playoffs to win the Cape Cod League championship for the second time in franchise history and the first time since 2000.
East Division rivals Orleans and Yarmouth-Dennis were again two of the most talented teams on the Cape and posted the league's two best regular-season records. But the Whitecaps upended both in the playoffs before defeating Bourne, 2 games to 1, in the finals.
For a player to be eligible for the rankings, position players must have played 16 games or made 50 plate appearances, and pitchers must have appeared in at least five games or thrown 10 innings.
31. Jason Bilous, rhp, Cotuit (Jr., Coastal Carolina)
Bilous had Tommy John surgery his senior year of high school, helping to push him toward Coastal Carolina. He has premium stuff and has been a mainstay of the Chanticleers rotation the last two years, helping them win the 2015 national championship, but has struggled with his control throughout his career. He struck out 37 batters and walked 30 in 33 innings this summer, averaging 10.09 strikeouts and 8.18 walks per nine innings, numbers that were in line with his spring performance.
Still, Bilous' stuff makes him a tantalizing prospect. His fastball sits 95-97 mph and reaches 99 mph. His changeup and breaking ball both flash above-average potential. His struggles are most pronounced against lefthanded hitters, against whom he is still learning how to pitch inside. Elevated pitch counts often lead to shorter outings for Bilous, and he may fit better at the next level in the bullpen.