4. Mason Denaburg, RHP/C
Merritt Island (Fla.) High
A prospect on the mound and at catcher, Denaburg regularly sits in the mid-90s with his fastball and spots it to both sides of the plate.
5. Ryan Weathers, LHP
Loretto (Tenn.) High
Weathers, who has plenty of polish, struck out five over three innings, working off a low-90s fastball with tremendous running action.
6. Ryder Green, OF
Karns High, Knoxville
Green was the first player to homer at the event and had one of the loudest batting practices of any player, giving Tennessee a pair of intriguing prospects on both sides of the ball, along with Weathers.
7. Bryce Reagan, SS
Souhegan High, Amherst, N.H.
New Hampshire gave scouts a gem in Reagan, who hit from both sides of the plate and made several impressive plays up the middle, flashing above-average arm strength.
8. Carter Stewart, RHP
Eau Gallie High, Melbourne, Fla.
Stewart's curveball is the best breaking pitch in the class, and he continues to use it to mystify high school batters. Pair that with a low-90s fastball and good luck squaring him up.
9. C.J. Willis, C
Ruston (La.) High
Willis is a physical lefthanded-hitting catcher who showed solid pop in the batter's box and a strong arm from behind the dish.
10. Jaden Hill, RHP
Ashdown (Ark.) High
Hill showed the best changeup of any pitcher at ECP, and mixed in what some scouts thought was a top-three breaking ball as well.