Maryland Junior Future Trials: Quick Hits

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This year's Junior Future Trials at the Maryland Sportsplex featured over 40 players from across the Old Line State, Delaware and Virginia. Players participated in a pro-style workout and threw bullpens in front of our PBR Maryland and Mid-Atlantic staff. Below are some initial thoughts on over 25 players from the event. Click on a player's name to see their entire video from the event and stay tuned as we wrap up our coverage in the weeks to come with a full evaluation of each participant at the event.


TOp Performers

* Listed Alphabetically

Kaden Barmer OF / 1B / TBD, MD / 2025


Dallas Brooks C / RHP / Rising Sun, MD / 2025


Charlie Buckles LHP / 1B / Landon, MD / 2025

It's incredible how much Buckles has physically grown over the past year now possessing an ultra-projectable 6'4'', 175 pound frame. He showed some pull-side pop at the plate during BP recording an 80 mph exit velo per TrackMan and is also an intriguing follow on the mound. Fastball has natural arm-side run at 71-72 mph and he throws with extremely short arm action from a high three-quarter strength. Breaking ball showed bigger 1/7 shape and ranged 63-67 mph. Exciting prospect to follow with huge upside. 

Casey Carpenter 3B / 1B / John Carroll , MD / 2025


Miles Godwin OF / C / 8th grade , DE / 2025


Parker Friend C / RHP / TBD, MD / 2025



Brady Kosc SS / 2B / Cape Henlopen , DE / 2025

Athletic frame that shows some strength. Really stood out at the plate hammering balls left and right. Took one of the loudest rounds of BP on the entire day. Creates really quick, whippy barrel speed through the zone recording an 81 mph exit velo per TrackMan. Balanced, middle of the field line drive approach with some present juice to the pull-side. 

Miguel Leon SS / 2B / NA , MD / 2026

Very solid all-around workout put forth by Leon at this year's Junior Future Trials. Fundamentally sound in the field with advanced actions and hands for his age. Moves well in all directions and does a really nice job working the hands out front creating momentum through the ball. Consistently barreled line drives back up the middle during BP with some ability to work backside. 

Jake Pruitt 1B / C / Undecided, MD / 2026


Pierce Quinn RHP / OF / TBD , MD / 2026

Athletic outfielder that plays through the ball with fundamental footwork. Relaxed at the plate starting from an open stance and does a really nice job of keeping his hands inside the baseball. Worked gap-to-gap with some pop and gets extension past contact with balance. 

Ryan Rey SS / 2B / Sherwood , MD / 2025

Athletic middle infielder type with advanced actions and hands for his age. Works through the ball very well and floats on his feet. Smooth, clean and makes it look easy. Switch hitter at the plate with solid middle of the field line drive approach. Bat was more consistent from the left side. 

Will Rhine SS / 2B / John Carroll, MD / 2025


Sam Rosand RHP / 3B / Georgetown Day School , VA / 2025



Jacob Ruiz SS / RHP / Archbishop Spalding, MD / 2025

Does a nice job working through the ball in the infield and showcased the top arm velo of the event at 73 mph across the diamond. Locked in at the plate squaring balls up gap-to-gap. Hands work and gets nice extension through contact with quick, whippy bat speed. Smaller frame but really showed some pop in the bat. 



Cade Schuetter C / 3B / Archbishop Spalding, MD / 2025


Austin Schurman SS / RHP / N/A, DE / 2025



Aidan West SS / 2B / Long Reach , MD / 2025





* Listed Alphabetically

Luke Brunner OF / RHP / Thomas S. Wootton, MD / 2025


Jaxon Clampitt OF / RHP / Cape Henlopen, DE / 2025


Ryan Craig RHP / SS / N/A, MD / 2025


Connor Doherty SS / RHP / Robinson, VA / 2025


Max Lawson SS / RHP / Briar Woods, VA / 2025

Athletic, lanky frame with much more projection. Switch hitting middle infielder with a quiet load and stays short to the ball with extension from both sides. Solid middle of the field line drive approach. Barreled more up from the left side and recorded an 80 mph exit velo per TrackMan. Throws with easy effort on the bump with some feel for three pitches. Fastball sat 70-71 mph and touched 72 mph. Breaking ball showed more 11/5 shape at 59-60 mph and also featured a change-up with plus fade at 62-64 mph. 

Cameron Leach C / 3B / John Carroll, MD / 2025

Frame shows strength already and swing is simple and short to the ball. Switch-hitting catcher that worked gap-to-gap with some pop now and much more projected as he continues to grow. Throws were accurate to the bag at second with pops ranging 2.22 - 2.46 with a 68 mph arm velocity. 

Jacob Martin RHP / OF / Loudoun County, VA / 2025


Thomas Pilarski 2B / OF / Calvert Hall , MD / 2025

Small leg kick load at the plate and stays short to the ball with very nice extension and quick hands. Peppered line drives gap-to-gap during BP showing some pop and more projected. Recorded a 79 mph exit velo per TrackMan and was also fundamentally sound in the infield working through the ball. 

Orvy Potts 1B / RHP / Caravel Academy, DE / 2025


Will Tighe C / 3B / Undecided, VA / 2025




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