Class of 2005


TexasyankeesBradley Suttle
University of Texas | New York Yankees – Drafted 2007
Boerne High School – 2005 A “Chipper Jones” look-a-like. He has great power from both sides of the plate. A definite 3b or 1st base player with very soft hands for a big fellow. He can also be a presence on the hill with mid 90′ velocity. A student of the game. This kid will play were ever he wants in college. Will get drafted out of high school. A MLB draftee and a Division 1A player.

san jac Justin Drabek
San Jacinto College
St. Pius High School – 2005 A great receiver and a master at blocking the ball. He has a good solid build with mid. infield capabilities. He can also hit with pop. Justin is a hard throwing pitcher with an assortment of deliveries. He has potential to throw in the low to mid 90’s. A MLB prospect and a Division 1A player.

Arkansas Wayne Hrozek
University of Arkansas
The Woodlands High School – 2005 The “Jim Edmonds” in the outfield with great speed. Wayne has shown from time to time great power as well. He can hit anywhere from 1-5. Don’t go to sleep on this guy…he is one of the best 5 tool players I’ve seen in the past 5 years. A MLB draftee and a Division 1A player.

Baylor Bryce Ary
Baylor University
Montgomery High School – 2005 His baseball career will go as far as he wants. He has a lot of potential simply because of his size, strength, and work ethic. He will need to work extra hard to maximize his potential. Players like Bryce are guys that I really push for. A Junior College will be a start to his development. Bryce is a Division 1A player.

LSU Taylor Davis
Louisiana State University
The Woodlands High School – 2005 Another player who will need to decide on his own to work. He has outstanding bat speed with legitimate power. He will end up at 3rd or 1st base. Taylor is also a bonafide presence on the hill with potential mid 90′ velocity. A MLB prospect and a Division 1A player.

TexasKyle Walker
University of Texas
The Woodlands High School – 2005 No one ever gave this kid a chance. They said his size would be a problem. Now look, everyone is eating crow. A great kid. Great parents. A five tool player that will be in the big leagues very soon. Kyle this is your future. Work hard, and always remember God is always there for you. A D1 and MLB prospect.

Sam Houston Dustin McCanlas
Sam Houston State University
Montgomery High School – 2005 A Tom Glavine type pitcher with great control. He will always be in need because of his left arm. He has above average speed and above average power. A potential MLB draftee and a Division 1A player.