Class 0f 2010
Jamo Taillon – The Woodlands High School – 2010
Rice University | Pittsburgh Pirates
A member of the Banditos Baseball club from 8 to 13 years old. Big Country is a well rounded kid with a lot of potential. Sky is the limit for Jamo. He not scared to pitch inside, which is a great asset for a kid his age. Jamo has the potential of throwing mid to high 90’s with proper development. A super nice kid that loves the game of baseball. A D1 player with a chance to play Pro Ball out of high school. Above average stuff.
Erich Weiss – Brenham HS 2010
University of Texas at Austin
An All-state player his junior year. This kid will definitely go D1. One of our favorite kids here in Banditoland. Don’t be surprised to see Erich playing at some top baseball program next year. This kid can do it all. In our opinion, he’s the best left-handed stick in the 2010 class. His glove isn’t too shabby, as well. A tall, slender build that can product a lot of power. Another Brenham product. A flat out stud.
Dwayne Snider – New Caney HS 2010
Air Force Academy
“The Cowboy” Dwayne is a diamond in the ruff with tremendous upside. Big league arm and everyone will see it soon. A two hit shut out at Oklahoma State this past weekend as he was dialing it up at 88 mph. Will be a big factor for New Caney as he is continuing to improve on his off-speed stuff. The ability to be a big name player as he continues to get better day in and day out. College is definitely in the future for this cowboy. Can also flash some leather as well.
Jason Zitzmann – Klein Collins HS 2010
Big, strong kid that can hit with power. An all-district outfielder that has a powerful arm. Look for Jason to be on a college roster very soon. Another Klein Collins stud.
Dylan Herman – Klein Collins HS 2010
A gold glove 1st baseman that can hit with power. Dylan is the type of kid that will catch you slippin’ at the plate. He knows the strike zone well. He can definitely play the next level if he continues to work.
Sam Shaw – Klein Collins HS 2010
A five tool player with tremendous upside and will continue to improve if he stays focused. Look for Sam to mature as his best years of baseball are ahead of him. Big League body that can impact a game in many ways. Working on shorting his swing this summer for the upcoming HS season. A definite starter that will get the opportunity to showcase his talent on the big stage. A flat out great athlete that will be playing at the next level, put it in the book.
Toby Stripling – New Caney HS 2010
East Texas Baptist University
Great kid with a lot of upside. Look for Toby to take his game to the D1 level very soon. Another kid with a great body.
Mark “Turbo” Davis – Austin Crockett High School – 2010
One of the finest kids around. Turbo has always been a fan favorite. This kid will continue to make strides as he gets better with age. He will play college baseball and have a chance to play at the next level. Big league hands with A+ power.
Paul Driscoll – Memorial HS 2010
Valdosta State University
All this kid needs is a break. This kid will be an impact player at Memorial if given the chance again. A utility player that can hit. Look for him to play baseball at the next level as well.
Jared “J.D.” DeLaCruz – Tomball HS 2010
J.D. came on strong his senior year. Learning how to catch in 2010 was hard enough, but actually doing a great job at it earned him a position at Temple. A switch-hitter kid that will continue to get better.
Spencer Davis – The Woodlands HS 2010
Texas A&M University
Another kid with a great body that loves playing at the highest level. He’s already been offered scholarships from D1 colleges. A student of the game that loves to work.
Derek Barosh – Magnolia HS 2010
San Jacinto College
A left-handed hitter/pitcher who will definitely play at the D1 level. There are a lot of kids who play hard, but this kid is something else. Definitely has pop in his bat. Derek is definitely a 5 tool player and is one of our biggest prospects here in Banditoland.
Garrett Harrison – Klein Oak HS 2010
Texas State University
Garrett can beat you with his bat and his arm. Garrett is a true two position player. With unbelievable outfield instincts and anticipation to the ball Garrett can be a game changer. On the mound this LHP has the smarts and the four pitch tools to disconnect the most disciplined hitters. We’re looking forward to having Garrett in the program and seeing how far he can go.
Eric Fisher – Klein HS 2010
Eric can beat you with his bat and his arm. In our opinion, he’s another frontline player in the organization that has a chance to play at the next level. This kid has plus power and is a great defensive 1st baseman.
Colby Richards – Klein Collins HS 2010
University of Nebraska
Seth Spivey- Brenham HS 2010
Mr. Utility. Can play any position on the field. Another college prospect in the making. A flat out great kid. Seth is also known for his clutch hitting. Another Brenham product with a lot of heart. Don’t let his size fool you.
Chuck Ater – Cy-Fair HS 2010
Prairie View A&M University
This kid is 6′ 5″ and throws mid 80s. Look for him to make strides at Prairie View A&M.
Trey Valdez – Cy-Ridge HS 2010
Sterling College – Kansas
Trey came to us last year and proved to be a great catcher. He has good catching skills behind the plate. Look for this kid to be on D1 roster one day.
Brett Berlin – Tomball HS 2010
St. Edward’s University
You want to talk about power? Brett is blessed with big league power. Look for him to take his game to the next level at St. Edwards. Brett is one of those kids that will be given the chance to play pro ball one day. Another great kid with a big heart.
Daniel Holman – Woodlands HS 2010
St. Edward’s University
This kid has turned out to be one of the best catchers in the area. He handles his pitching saff very well. Look for daniel to continue his development at St. Edward’s. A great kid with a bright future.
David Gonzalez- Westside HS 2010
David is a big, strong corner player. He is only a few steps away from being D1 level player.
Omar Uguarte – Pasadena HS 2010
This kid is blessed with a God given arm. His fastball has touched up to 94 MPH on the radar gun several times. Don’t let this kid’s size fool you…90 MPH is 90 MPH. A definite D1 prospect. A favorite among his peers.
Rene Alonzo – Pasadena Memorial HS 2010
A huge surprise this summer. This kid has a big league arm. He has a real good chance at playing at the D1 level. A natural catcher that knows how to handle pitching staffs. He can also pitch. We’re looking for big things from Rene this season.
Tyler Iguess – TX City HS 2010
One of the hardest workers in the organization. We believe Tyler can hit at the college level. Has tremendous bat speed and is a big part of Texas City’s success.
Ronny Newell – La Porte HS 2010
One of the best kept secrets. Definitely a D1 player. This kid can definitely catch at the highest level. Look for Newell to make an impact this summer.
Matthew Plitt – TX City HS 2010
Matt entered the building with a bang. One of the biggest surprises in Banditos baseball. This kid has size and knows how to pitch in big games.
Brandon Hollier – Friendswood HS 2010
A flashy infielder with tremendous upside. This kid gets stronger and better everyday. Look for this kid to play D1 as he matures.
Rob Tasin – Klein HS 2010
This kid can flat out hit. Look for Rob to continue developing as he heads to Texarkana. His stick will take him to a major college and above.
Blaine Hashagen – Huffman Hargrave HS 2010
North Central Texas Junior College
Arguably one of the best catchers in Bandito Land. A great receiver with the ability to control the game. Blessed with an electric arm, Blaine can flat out stop the running game. Runs very well and has the potential to take his game to the highest level. Also has been clocked at 86 mph on the mound. Hits the ball to all fields with power. College is in the near future for this kid with a lot of upside to improve his stock.
Kyle Kern – TX City HS 2010
A left-handed pitcher/hitter was a big part of Texas City’s success this year. Kyle will play college baseball somewhere.the question is, where.
Corey Phillips – Spring HS 2010
North Central Texas Junior College
Corey has the physical skills to play this game for a long time. Blessed with a God-gift body. This kid has some of the fastest hands that we have ever seen. The more he works, the better he will become. Look for him to be in a D1 dugout very soon.
Caleb Mangum – Crosby HS 2010
This kid will surprise everyone in time. In our opinion, he could hit in any district. Galveston just landed a stud.
Chris Navarro – CC Moody HS 2010
I’m going to put it out there now. One of the best hitters that has ever come across Banditoland. A team favorite with his personality. Chris knows hitting and will be on somebody’s college roster very soon. Possibly then some. Known for his majestic bombs. In the heat invitational a few weekends ago, Chris hit 4 homeruns and hit .600 for the tournament.
Brandon Hammerly – Pasadena Memorial HS 2010
A left-handed pitcher that is getting stronger every day. Will definitely have a chance to pitch at the next level if he continues to work hard.
Scott Weinshenk – Brenham HS 2010
Another hard-nosed Brenham player that is ready to prove everybody wrong. Scott can play multiple positions and pitches as well. Scott works hard and this is a big year for him as he goes into his senior year.
Blake Williford – Tomball HS 2010
A hard-nosed infielder that plays above his size. Alvin landed a stud. Another Tomball product.lLook for Blake to play at the D1 level very soon.
Jonathan Walthall – Woodlands HS 2010
Cisco Junior College
A flat out nice kid that has had to work for everything he’s earned. These are the kind of kids that make it. I wouldn’t count Colby out just yet. Plays the game all out and hard-nosed.
Ron Reemts – Klein Collins HS 2010
Tyler Junior College
A hard-nosed middle infielder that plays the game HARD. In our opinion, Reemts is one of the hardest workers on this page. He can also play other positions on the field. As he gets stronger, his bat will pick up. Don’t sleep on Reemts.
Ryan Schroeder- Dickinson HS 2010
A left-handed pitcher with a positive outlook on the game. Knows how to pitch. Throws between 81-85 MPH fastball. Needs to work on his changeup to get to the next level.