CLASS OF 2004
The Woodlands High School – 2004 Give me nine David’s and I will win! People say that size is a must but not in David’s case. He is a slick defensive short stop with a great arm and great release. He runs well and hits from both sides of the plate. David is a true prospect and given a chance he will perform on a daily basis. David has the skill to field a ground ball at the Division 1 level now. Omar Vizquel, Miguel Tejada, and Neifi Perez are all legitimate MLB players at 5’9 or less. David is a potential draftee and a Division 1A player.
The Woodlands High School – 2004 The most coachable kid of the bunch. “Can you say Clutch,” Shea is a manager’s dream. He can play at all infield positions well and has a bat that can carry the team. He has great gap to gap power with occasional HR POP. Shea will be receiving a paycheck from a MLB team. Inspired by adversity, overcome by his sister, Shea is an All-American boy. Another MLB prospect and a player with Division 1A ability.
Texas Tech University
The Woodlands High School – 2004 Scrappy, aggressive, intense…these are words that describe his approach to the game. Danny is an outstanding defensive 2nd baseman that runs well. He is also a master at handling the bat. Danny is a potential draftee and a Division 1A player.
The Woodlands High School – 2004 “A can’t miss prospect” when he steps on the diamond. He has a body that scouts absolutely love. He generates more bat speed than anyone I’ve seen does. He is definitely a 5-tool player. Jordan is also a talented pitcher with velocity exceeding the mid 90’s. A two-sport athlete (does John Elway sound familiar?) You may see Jordan playing Football on Sunday afternoons or on the diamond everyday…you pick. A potential high draft pick and a major Division 1A player.
The Woodlands High School – 2004 “Nails, hard nose” the Brad Asumus of catchers. Danny has phenomenal receiving skills and understands the game well. He has above average power with great gap to gap strength. Danny’s has great work ethic and is a clubhouse leader. Possible late draft pick MLB prospect and Division 1 A player.
Houston Astros – Drafted 2004
Tomball High School – 2004 UT, Rice, Arizona State, Florida, etc… “Forget about it.” This kid, with movement at 6′ tall, can just flat out “BRING IT!” A definite first round pick. I first saw Troy at 12 yrs old and it was love at first sight. A great baseball attitude not to be overlooked by his stick. Troy is a very under rated hitter. You will definitely see Troy pitching in THE SHOW….Enough Said!
Tomball High School – 2004 A Ricky Henderson type base stealer with a phenomenal understanding of the strike zone. A definite run producer with occasional pop. Trey has great range and speed skills. Centerfield is a position he will play. Try is a MLB prospect and a Division 1A player.
Montgomery High School – 2004 The ideal utility player, he can play all positions on the filed with good speed including pitching and catching. He will likely end up at 2nd base. He has good hands with a good arm. Junior college is where he should start with a Division 1A future.
Spring High School – 2004 The “Picasso” of pitchers. Braxton can put a ball anywhere he wants with mid 90′ potential. He can “paint” the corner well. A MLB prospect and a Division 1A player.
Spring High School – 2004 “Bull Dog” an outstanding thrower with ability to play the outfield. His quickness allows him to be an asset on any team. He can develop into a good hitter with a little work.
Texas A&M University
San Antonio Alamo Heights – 2004 A “Don Mattingly” type hitter. He can flat out HIT with consistent power to all fields. A mule positional player with great speed as well. UT is waiting on this guy. His father was a former short stop for the Horns in the mid 70’s. Blake is a MLB prospect and a Division 1A player.
Georgia Tech University
Spring High School – 2004 A 5-tool player with switch-hitting ability. He is a “go-getter” in the outfield. Another two-sport threat, in the Grid Iron or on the Diamond Drew is a MLB prospect and a Division 1A player.
Air Force Academy
The Woodlands High School – 2004 A solid left handed stroke with some pop. A doubles type hitter with RBI potential. Can play outfield and first base with adequate skills behind the plate. Matt is a Division 1A player. Matt has picked up some surprising speed over the last couple of years, will be a plus later on.
The Woodlands High School – 2004 “Just Enough” a Dave Eckstein type player with average skills. Not an eye-catching player but he gets it done. A utility type player, which can really help a team. Johnny should start out at a Junior College for repetition to prepare him for Division 1A.