CLASS OF 2014
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Jake Jarvis – Klein Collins HS 2014
Texas A&M University/2014 MLBDraft – Chicago White Sox
Another slick fielding second baseman that can play “D” with the best of them. Jake has worked his butt off to become the player he is. A member of the 155-0 team and the 2009 14U USA team. Another kid who generates a lot of bat speed. Jake has been clocked as high as 90 mph. One of the top 2014 prospects in the country.
Justin Twine – Hemphill HS 2014
Texas Christian University/2014 MLB Draft – Miami Marlins
Another big time athlete that will be discovered soon. A 5-tool player that will play beyond high school and then some. Watch for this kid to shine this year as he will come into his own. This kid will most definitely be a pro prospect! One of the best athletes we have ever seen here in Banditoland!
Stone Garrett – George Ranch HS 2014
Rice University/2014 MLB Draft – Miami Marlins
Another kid definitely headed in the right direction. With a handfull of college offers, look for Stone to take his game to D1 level and beyond! He is a 5-tool player who has taken the baseball world by storm! The sky’s the limit for this kid!
Ricky Salinas – North Shore HS 2014
One of the biggest surprises here in Banditoland. His 92mph fastball with movement, puts Ricky on the top of the list as one of our best prospects. Look for him to come into his own this year. He already has a handful of college offers and is looking to take his game to the next level.
Kevin Brewer – FB Travis HS 2014
This big strong 1B has power, power, power, like no other. Just needs to see better pitching to get to the next level. We here in Banditoland thinks this kid is on his way to making it big. Watch for Khevin to do great things this year at FB Travis!
Cole Bedford – Deer Park HS 2014
Texas A&M University
This kid is definitely heading in the right direction, This Texas A&M commit will definitely get the chance to play pro ball one day. Cole is one of the best catchers in the class of 2014.
Brigham Hill – Nacogdoches HS 2014
Texas A&M University
This kid is in a word, “special!” Brigham definitely knows how to pitch. Without a question, he will pitch beyond high school. He throws four different pitches. His fastball has been clocked as high as 93 mph. Brigham will be a major factor in Bandito land. Look out, this kid is for real!
Matt Collins – Houston Memorial 2014
Texas A&M University
This kid has the wheels to run down any ball hit his way and to wreak havoc on the base pat. With a solid approach at the plate and some pop in his stick, he will definitely work his way into the starting line-up at the next level.
John Henry Styles – Episcopal HS 2014
Without a question, one of the best lefty pitchers in the state of Texas! When he came calling, it was a no brainer! He is a tremendous athlete with a lot of upside! Will be a major contributor on the 2013 Black team.
Braeden Holub – Tomball HS 2014
University of Houston
Big Texas pitcher who sits in the mid to upper 80s and still has room to grow. A definite D1 ballplayer. He is big, and I mean BIG! This kid towers over everybody…a huge plus when it comes to recruiters. Look for this kid to do great things on the hump for Houston.
Aaron Fletcher – Langham Creek HS 2014
University of Houston
Power arm lefty that can shut down any line up in front of him. With the development of his off spead pitches, he is one that will definitely play at the highest level. Definite STUD!
Chase Cryer – Belton HS 2014
University of Houston
A very solid catcher and middle infielder with some great pop in his bat! Chase is a great athlete with tons of upside, which makes him a coach’s dream. A kid that can play numerous positions at the highest level, and a team leader! Look for Chase to make his mark this year and play at the D1 level. The sky is the limit!
Cameron Williams – Bastrop HS 2014
Louisiana State University
A tall, lanky prototypical power arm pitcher, who will shine at the next level with ease. With a plus curve ball and a fastball in the 90’s, this kid will definitely make hitters uneasy in the batter’s box. Look for him to be a major name in college baseball!
Peyton Yost – Klein Collins HS 2014
Peyton is definitely a strong athlete. He can do with his glove and with his stick! Look for him to have a great year in 2014, and to be successful at the next level.
Will Boozer – Nacogdoches HS 2014
Stephen F. Austin State University
Will is the ideal model for a pitcher. This tall and long left-handed pitcher clocks in the low 80s with effectiveness to put him in a division 1 school.
Dakota Phillips – Nacogdoches HS 2014
Stephen F. Austin State University
This big left handed hitting catcher, has all the potential to make it to the next level. Needs to continue to worlk hard because good things will happen.
Jared Huber – Klein Collins HS 2014
Texas State University
This kid is definitely one of our all around athletes in the program. He can play infield with the best of them, but he is even better behind the plate! His stick is definitely catching up with his defense. Look for great things to happen this coming season!
Angelina Junior College
This kid has everything it takes to make it to the next level. Big hearted kid with a lot of up-side. His fastball sits in the mid 80’s and is starting to come on strong. He packs a big punch with his stick!
Kyle Vance – Clear Lake HS 2014
Jackson State University
Truly one of the fastest kids in our program who can run down anything hit in his direction. Now that his bat is coming around, there is nothing but big things in this kids future.
Skyler Valentine – Pearland HS 2014
University of Texas San Antonio
This kid will definitely play at the next level. Don’t let his size fool you as this kid is as strong as an ox and can hold his own with anyone. He has above average defensive skills and a lot of pop in his bat.
Lane Fritz – Klein HS 2014
Sam Houston State University
A player who loves to be on the hill in big moments. A kid who can throw strikes and is working hard on getting the velocity to match. The future looks bright for this kid.
University of Arkansas
Nathan is one of the best catchers we ever had play in this organization. A stud behind the plate and even better at the dish! Look for this kid to make noise in the SCC in 2015!
Dalton Stark – Cy-Ranch HS 2014
Texas Tech University
One of the best swings we’ve seen from the left side in a long time! This kid has serious bat speed and can drive the ball out to any side of the park. Tech has landed a real stud!
Brandon Sequeira – Jesuit HS 2014
Ryan is definitely a kid who knows how to take command on the hill. He can locate his high 80’s fastball anywhere he wants it. With an above average slider, he can really dominate any line-up you put in front of him!
Antonio Cox – Kingwood HS 2014
University of South Alabama
There is not too many who can outwork this kid. He has all the tools to play at a D-1 level, body, wheels, arm, and some thunder in his bat, watch out for this kid as he will be heard from this year.
Daniel Goss – Westbury Christian HS 2014
Daniel has all the potential of being 5 tool player. He is blessed with a great body and tremendous bat speed. Look for him to come into his own and make a name for himself this year. Definitely a D1 Prospect and beyond!
Cort McPherson – Lufkin HS 2014
Alvin Community College
This lefty hitter will definitely be a D1 prospect. He has tremendous skills from the left side of plate. Look for Cort to be a major factor in 2014.
Mark Hammel – Cy Woods HS 2014
University of Arkansas
Don’t let this kid’s size fool you! He can blow it by anybody standing in the batter’s box with an electric fastball and above average off spead pitches, this kid can dominate any team he faces.
Drew Diaz – Clements HS 2014
University of Texas/Dallas
One of the best lead off batters in our program. A kid who has a solid approach at the plate with some pop and wheels to go along with it. A definite college prospect outfielder to be heard from.
Josh Covey – Tomball HS 2014
University of Texas/Dallas
Speed, speed, and more speed – this kid creates a hurricane on the base path. We’re looking forward to seeing exactly where this kid winds up in the near future. A great lead off hitter for any school at the D1 level. Josh is one of the best Outfielders we have seen here at Bandito Land…UTD landed a stud!
Conner Huessner – Cinco Ranch HS 2015
Conner is a great kid with a lot of upside. He can either pitch or play any position on the field. With a fastball that stays around 84-86mph and a curve around 72mph, he will do the job on the hill for sure! Keep you eye on Conner this season, as he will certainly make his mark!
Dakota Brewton -Brenham HS 2014
Blinn Junior College
A college pitching prospect for sure!! A big lefty who knows how to win and has 3 pitches he can command to dominate a game. Still having time to get even better, there is no doubt he will play at a high level.
Garrett Alexander – Klein Collins HS 2014
Blinn Junior College
A live arm is an understatement for this kid. Working this Summer on being more consistent in the strike zone, he project ability is sky high with his velocity. Watch out for this kid.
Jason Helms – Klein Collins HS 2014
Alvin Junior College
A left handed stick with a lot of potential. Has a great body with a powerful stroke. Jason has the ability to turn up the heat in big situations! Look for him to be a big factor in 2014.
Zac Garcia – Baytown Sterling HS 2014
With a sub 2 pop time and a big time bat to match, this kid is a definite D-1 prospect waiting to make his mark. There is no doubt this kid will play in some big games, question is who will the lucky team be.
This kid can really play the game and can play it at a high level. He has all the tools needed to play in college, good stick with pop and can cover ground in the outfield with his wheels. Looking forward to see him play this Spring.
Carlos Elizondo – George Ranch HS 2014
One of the best defensive catchers in the program with a great arm. Now that his bat is coming around and getting better this Summer, a college prospect for sure. Keep an eye out for him.
Corey Gallegos – Corpus Christi Carroll HS 2014
Wharton County College
Definitely a catcher for the future. He had a big year, and is looking to take his game to the next level. Watch out because he will get it done!
Kyle Romaguera – Klein Oak HS 2014
Great athlete with a good arm. Kyle has a chance to show his true skills in the coming years. With his combination of skill and athleticism, he has the potential to shine in a division 1 program.
Dallas Woods – Baytown Sterling HS 2014
Paris Junior College
Just an all around ball player. Whether in the infield or on the bump, he can get the job done with the best of them. Big things to come in his future.
Justin Doelitsch – Spring HS 2014
A big first baseman with a bat that can drive the ball to every part of the field. This kid wants to get better every chance he gets and is very willing to leave it all on the field.
Collin Snider – Klein Oak HS 2014
With offers already thrown his way, we are excited to see where this big time OF lands. This kid can play the game at a high level with his bat, glove, and his wheels. Remember his name as you will hear it again before its all said and done.
Ricky Moreno – Lamar HS 2014
Don’t let his size fool you! This kid can play with the big boys! He gets the job done whether at 2nd base or in the batter’s box! Look for good things to happen when Ricky is on the diamond!
CJ Pye – C.E.King HS 2014
Getting dirty and playing hard is what this kid is all about. A solid catcher and a hitter with some juice, this player is an up and coming prospect that everyone needs to be aware of.
Kamran Amir – Travis HS 2014
Expect to hear big things this Spring from this kid. A flat out terror on the bases and can hit top notch pitching while patroling the outfield with ease.
Cameron Rubenstein – Emery HS 2014
D-1 prospect for sure. Can hit and throw on the bump at a high level. Was in the top in TAPPS in both K’s thrown and batting avg. he hit this past Spring. Excited to see what he does this year for an encore.
Alec Lapin – Emery Weiner HS 2014
One of the hardest working kids in the summer program, this kid can compete with the best of them. Whether with his glove in the infield or with the bat in his hands, he will impact the game in a positive way.
Alberto Alvarado – Bellaire HS 2014
A captain in the infield with a solid glove and arm to match. Has a good upside on his swing and a guy you need to keep an eye on.
Joshua Zachary – Hendrickson HS 2014
An all around athlete who can compete with the best of them! With speed on the base path that gives the pitcher headaches, he is even more dangerous in the batter’s box! Look for Joshua to make his mark this summer!
Matt Nunez – Navasota HS 2014
A kid who can play anywhere on the diamond and do them all well. From behind the dish or in the field he will make things happen for his team. A definite prospect for sure. Looking for great things to come for Nunez!
Kyle Owen – George Ranch HS 2014
A prototypical corner infielder, big body, good feet, good arm, good glove, with some juice in the bat. Big things to come for this kid in the near future.
Luis Trevino – Sharyland HS 2014
Do not dare to run on this kid! Trevino’s arm, from behind the dish, is unbelievable. A catcher who knows how to control the game and knows how to drive runs in as well. Look out for this him to make a lot of noise this Summer.
Nathan Carter – Pearland HS 2014
Nathan has come on like gangbusters! He has a pop-time of 1.93 and is getting better every day! Look for Nathan to play beyond high school. Definitely a D1 prospect.
Mason Howat – Jersey Village HS 2014
This big strong kid from Houston is definately headed in the right direction. Once he finds his off speed pitch he will be unhittable. He definitely has potential to play at the next level.
Neil Smith-Cortez – The John Cooper School 2014
Good body with a smooth glove. Neil has the chance to develop into into a D1 athlete that everyone will have their eye on.
Zach Powell – Texas City HS 2014
One of the best athlete we have seen come through our program in a while. Look for this Texas City two-sport athlete to advance his skills year-in-year-out.
Brittain Stovall – Lufkin HS 2014
This kid is the definition of gritty infielder. He will sell out early and often. Look for him to be in a D1 uniform.
Timothy Martinez – Lufkin HS 2014
Martinez is a savvy right-handed pitcher throws in the low 80s and simply knows how to get outs. He has a lot of room to grow and we see him as a D1 athlete.
Mason McCarty – Lufkin HS 2014
This is big and he can swing it! McCarty is a corner defensive infielder with great batspeed. Look for him to be making a Division 1 lineup at 3rd base and 1st base in the future.
Casey Smith – Tomball HS 2014
This kid is coming into his own as a catcher – Big Time. Casey will be one of those kids who sneaks up behind everyone and makes it to the next level. Great things are in store for this kid.
Clif Hung – Kempner HS 2014
This kid has definitely got some good feet! A great kid with a lot of up-side! Look for him to get better and better each day!
Bradley Boring – Clements HS 2014
Bradley is a kid with a heart of gold. Definitely looking for the right opportunity to take his game to the next level. His stick is his best feature and will be a top prospect for sure!
Raymond Berrones – Cy-Woods HS 2014
This kid is a great pitcher and, best of all, throws strikes! Raymond needs to grow a bit to be the prospect we know he will be. Don’t sleep on this kid, as he will definitely make it to the next level.
Joey Pulido – Brazoswood HS 2014
Another Great kid with temendous arm speed and footwork. This Brazoswood product will definitely be a D1 prospect for sure! Look for Joey to do big things for Banditos and Brazoswood.
Victor Huerta – Cinco Ranch HS 2014
“HARD WORK” should be this kids middle name. He has made himself into one outstanding high school player! We expect big things to come from him this Summer.
Brady Pessel – Texarcana Texas HS 2014
A kid with a big strong athletic build who knows how to handle the bat. A sure college prospect just waiting for the right opportunity. Brady Pessel will get the job done, that’s for sure. 2014 will be a big year for this kid.
Kalen Johnson – Pearland HS 2014
An all around athlete who can play at a D1 level whether with his glove or his bat. Expect to hear big things from this kid in the near future.
Chase Almaguer – The Woodlands HS 2014
Pitching is this kids way to the next level. A live arm with controlled offspeed hitting his spots, a true gamer on the mound. Look for Chase to tear it up on the mound this year! The sky is the limit for this kid!
Kyle Lewis – Klein Oak HS 2014
An outfielder who can play all 3 positions with wheels to wreck havoc on the bases. With his bat coming around this Summer we are expecting to see big things from him this Spring.
John Weesner – George Ranch 2014
A kid who is coming into his own on the mound. With a high 80’s fastball and now developing a consistent off speed pitch, this kid can no doubt pitch at the next level.
Connor Marshall – The Woodlands HS 2014
One of the hardest workers we have behind the plate and knows how to take care of his pitching staff. Being more consistent at the plate will be his key to play at the next level, don’t bet against him on doing just that.
Kyle Reuther – Tomball HS 2014 A player that is looking to get better everyday and is willing to put in work to achieve his goals. A very coachable player that will make his mark. He possesses a hot stick and his defensive skills are top quality.
Saul DeAlba – Klein Oak HS 2014
The potential on this kid is tremendous. He can flat out rake no matter what pitching is out there. An all district player that is looking to be seen and working hard to do that.
David Short – Cypress Creek HS 2014
A side-arm strike thrower who gets the job done. With some hard work put in this Summer and Fall, he could be a prospect on the bump for sure.
Jonathan Gonzales – Klein Collins HS 2014
A kid who can slap the leather up the middle and can get outs on the mound. This kid has a good upside and we are excited to see where it goes.
Joshua Heller – Westbury Christian HS 2014
Big kid with big time power. Can play either corner and throw mid 80’s on the bump. College prospect for sure, be on the lookout for this kid.
Mitchell Head – Pasadena Memorial HS 2014
A coaches dream, a player who gives it all on the field and is willing to learn. This kid helps in every aspect of the game to help his teams win.
Kyle Clayton – Elkins HS 2014
Given the right opportunity this kid could surprise some people and make some noise next season. This player works his tail off to be an asset to his team and to lay it all on the line.
Will Reid – Lamar HS 2014
A tall lefty with lots of movement who can throw strikes and still has room to grow. The ceiling for this kid is so high and no doubt a prospect for sure.
Grant Sepulvado – Lamar Consolidated HS 2014
A solid built first baseman who can hit for power. Excited to see what he will do this Spring and what the future is for this great kid.
Tucker Reaves – George Ranch HS 2014
A 2014 outfielder with good potential. Can hit for average and steal some bases while covering some ground in the outfield.
Daniel Sobarzo – Cinco Ranch HS 2014
A true utility player who can swing it. Put this kid anywhere and he will get the job done without a question. With the grades in school plus his game, we exptect him to play at the next level somewhere.
Brandon Box – Cinco Ranch HS 2014
Can call games on his own and throw runners out with anybody. With his batting coming around and showing some good power, we expect to see big things from him this season.
Wyatt Richey – Foster HS 2014
A young 2014 with a tremendous upside that can fling the rock. Sitting mid to high 80s right now and still working hard, there’s no doubt he can pitch beyond High School.
Jeremy Arriaga – Terry HS 2014
Another young 2014 that can do it all. Can throw a complete game shutout then shoot down runners on the base path with a sub 2 pop time. Can he hit?? Absolutley, this kids has a bright future ahead of him if given the chance.
Adrian Gonzalez – Victoria East HS 2014
This kid just keeps getting better and better every year and can flat out pitch. A tall downhill thrower with good offspeed he can compete at any level. Big things in this kids future.
Brian Hudson – Dulles HS 2014
A true gamer in every sense of the word. Kid can hit, run, and play anywhere on the diamond and give full effort every time out. Just looking to get an opportunity to truly show what he is capable of.
Aiden Upchurch – Klein HS 2014
A player who can be counted on for anything the team needs, Can hit and play defense and can hold his own in any situation.
Eddie Estrada – Baytown Sterling HS 2014
If you hit you don’t sit, this kid rarely sees the bench because he can hit!! Watch out for him to make noise this Summer and beyond with his play at the plate.
John Reyes – Brazosport HS 2014
He gives his team a chance to win when he toes the rubber. A strike throwing machine with just enough offspeed to keep the batters guessing. He is coming into his own and can’t wait to see what the rest of the year brings from him.
Kamren Dukes – Pearland HS 2014
A prospect for sure, this kid can hit and fly in the infield to make some great plays. Still growing into his body and getting stronger, so his upside is good and projects well.
Wade Shaver – C.E.King HS 2014
A kid who can pitch and hit. Given the right chance this player can improve on all his skills and make noise this Summer with looks heading his way.
Tyler Marksberry – Atascocita HS 2014
This kid has made himself into a quality ballplayer and is getting better with every season. Continued hard work and dedication will get this player noticed no doubt.
Michael Brennan – Elkins HS 2014
This player will give it his all everytime he steps on the field. A player that knows how to get on base and use his wheels to impact the ballgame. Looking forward to see what he does this spring.
Joshua Evans – CC Carroll HS 2014
An RBI machine that can drive the ball out of the ballpark with ease. This kids bat will take him to the next level and surely make a coach’s job easier.
Cordero Silva – FB Travis HS 2014
A defensive backstop and a leader on the field. He knows how to take care of his pitchers and control the game behind the plate. With his stick improving this summer he has made himself into a quality prospect.