|NEBCL Top Prospects|
|Kameron Misner, of, Newport (So., Missouri)|
|Charles King, rhp, Newport (So., Texas Christian)|
|Blake Whitney, rhp, North Adams (Sr., South Carolina Upstate)|
|Dazon Cole, rhp, Valley (Jr., Central Michigan)|
|Tommy Jew, of, Mystic (So., UC Santa Barbara)|
|Niko Hulszier, of, Valley (Jr., Morehead State)|
|Hernen Sardinas, 1b/of, Plymouth (So., Maine)|
|Jimmy Titus, ss, Ocean State (So., Bryant)|
|Cam Alldred, lhp, Upper Valley (Jr., Cincinnati)|
|Giovanni Dingcong, of, Danbury (Sr., St. Thomas Aquinas)|
SEE ALSO: Summer College League Top Prospects
Postseason recap: The Valley Blue Sox finished second in the Northern Division, and went 5-0 in the playoffs—including a 2-0 sweep of the Ocean State Waves in the finals—to claim a NECBL championship. The Blue Sox exploded for nine runs in the first game against the Waves, led by a 3-for-5 night by Braxton Morris (Morehead State). David Marriggi (Towson) allowed three runs in five innings pitched for the win. Niko Hulszier (Morehead State) and Michael Wroth (American International) each recorded a pair of hits in the decisive second game of the championship series, as Tanner Thomas (Utah) tossed five innings of one-run ball to keep Ocean State's bats silent.
1. Kameron Misner, of, Newport (So., Missouri)
Misner followed up his impressive freshman campaign at Missouri (.287 with seven home runs and 12 doubles) with an all-star summer with Newport in which he hit .387/.479/.652, with eight home runs and 13 doubles. His bat is easily his best tool—he has an easy, across-the-middle stroke and is willing to hit to both sides of the field despite impressive pull power. But his speed and strong arm have helped him find defensive success in the outfield. Listed at 6-foot-4, 219 pounds, he already passes the eye test but still has room to fill out and potentially add even more power.