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In the first edition of This Week in Baseball, Drew Bishop explores what's happening across five baseball levels: high school, junior college, mid-major D1, power-five D1 and Major League Baseball. He highlights five coaching hires to watch this upcoming season.
Drew and Dustin review their rosters from the Five Tool Podcast National High School Player Draft and explain why picking from so much talent proved difficult.
Burritos, amazing scenery, unique history and art aren't the only things New Mexico does well. It is home to some really good baseball players, too. We take a look at five uncommitted prospects who will be on the D1 radar if they aren't already.
MLB and USA Baseball's DEAM Series provides awesome opportunity and experience to grow and diversify the game. An early No. 1 favorite for Texas in 2026? Plus, a trio of uncommitted 2024 prospects from Texas, California and Arizona to keep an eye on.
Looking back at one of the top hitters from Oklahoma this summer, another member of Stix Scout 2025 making gains and an intriguing CenTex pitcher to follow. Plus, we head west to Arizona and find two talented uncommitted prospects.
Five Tool is thrilled to announce the first-ever Five Tool High School Festival. The loaded high school event will take place at DFW high schools March 2-4th and features powerhouse programs from Texas, California, Oklahoma, Mississippi and Arkansas.
We all know the phrase gleefully shouted when a deep fly ball finds the track: "weight room!" A couple of Texans are showing why it matters so much. Plus, a senior RHP to keep a close eye on, one of the best uncommitted players in Arizona and a 2025 right-handed pitcher from California to follow.
Texas pitchers are brining the HEAT during preseason bullpens and live at-bats. We check in on a big name in 2024, a breakout name in 2024, and an under-the-radar 2023 prospect. Plus, we highlight a couple of talented hitters from California.
A good case could be made today's leadoff hitter is the best representation of "tools" and "projection" among the prep outfield class nationally. And he kicked off his senior campaign in style. Plus, we'll highlight an uncommitted 2023 pitcher from California and a trio of young Texans who college coaches will want to follow.
A 2023 right-hander from a top program in Texas recently a bullpen video and it offers a glimpse of a guy who could FLY up MLB Draft boards. Plus, a duo of uncommitted 2023 prospects from California who can hit, a 2025 standout from Nevada and big-time running back from powerhouse Hamilton is poised for a big year on the diamond.
Could one of our favorites from Area Code make history as a Colorado prospect? That, two young hitters from powerhouse high school programs, and two summer favorites from the Lone Star State doing impressive things during the fall.
A young man named "Chewy" feasts on baseballs. The 2022 Pudge Rodriguez World Classic MVP is adding velocity. Out in Las Vegas, a 2024 outfielder showed this fall he's a major D1 prospect and more.
Today's edition begins in Hawaii with an uncommitted 2023 switch-hitter, moves to Arizona to highlight an uncommitted 2023 catcher, goes to California and checks out two uncommitted 2024 pitchers, and ends by asking if a very intriguing 2026 player from Oklahoma is the next big thing in his state.
The first Five Tool Five of 2023 can't resist the urge to discuss Hawaii's catching talent and shows some love to the Hawaii Sandlot Classic MVPs.
An uncommitted 2023 right-handed pitcher showed up to the Hawaii Sandlot Classic and touched 93 MPH while an uncommitted 2024 left-handed pitcher proved why evaluators should always look beyond the radar gun.
We're sticking in Hawaii for the Five Tool Five and discover an elite 2026 shortstop prospect, a big-time 2024 hitter showing he can get it done on the mound, and discuss a 2026 pitcher who is an example of what "projectable" looks like on the mound.
The debut of the Five Tool Five takes readers to Hawaii and introduces them to a #dudealert from the 2024 class, an impressive pitching talent who took a break from the hardwood to show exciting stuff on the mound and explains why hitting a ball off a tee 101 MPH is impressive.
We're ready to debut the Five Tool 55 for the 2024 class in Texas. Who is No. 1? What's the process behind our rankings? What was the most difficult part about the list? All that, A TON of talented players and much more.
The Five Tool 2022 All-Summer Team is a collection of the top dudes who performed well in Five Tool events this summer.
Aadan Caldwell, Aaron Lai, Aden Howard, Adrian Figueroa, Adriel Figueroa-Brito, Aidan Flores, Aidan Goude, Aidan Smith, Aidan (AJ) Ripley, Aiden McNulty, Alex Caddell, Alex Conover, Alex Tertzakian, Alijah Ramos, Alonso Beltran Jr., Andrew Ramos, Andrew Schultz, Armando Arias, Arthur Perez, Athan Kroll, Aukai Kea, Avery Ortiz, Ayden Slott, Ayden Terry, Bach Hartwig, Baley Ray, Beck Zimmerman, Ben Hornyak, Ben Lumsden, Ben Stec, Ben Tryon, Blake Pruitt, Brady Coe, Brady Dalton, Brady Rea, Braxton Biela, Brayden Bergman, Braylon Payne, Brayson Carter, Brett Smajstrla, Brock Browning, Brooks Horton, Bryce Crook, Bryce Laczkowski, Caden Miller, Caden Sorrell, Caleb Vaclavik, Cam Doty, Camden Knutson, Cameron Logan, Carroll LeBouef, Carson Lane, Chandler Hart, Charlie Lightfoot, Charlie Schneider, Christian Hubbard, Clayton Sanders, Coen Goeas, Colby Fowler, Colby Garrett, Cole Leclair, Coley McGarry, Colin Fisher, Conor Baughman, Cooper Strawn, Corbin Blease, Corbin Monson, Cristian Lara, Daniel Ontiveros, Darian Yarborough, David De Hoyos, Dawson Park, Dax Goff, Dominic Migliore, Dominick Giudice, Drew Hickson, Drew Jeong, Drew Schmidt, Dylan Cheek, Dylan Tate, Elbert "Trey" Craig, Errick Lewis Jr, Ethan Costello, Francesco Harris, Freddie Nolen IV, Gabe Cook, Gage Ellison, Gene Trujillo, Grayson Barnes, Grayson Mckelvey, Haden DeAnda, Hector Aguilar Jr., Hogan Nelson, Ian Holt, Isaac Dunning, Isaiah Alba, Isaiah Castaneda, Isaiah Robledo, Jace Newkirk, Jackson Baird, Jackson Burns, Jackson Norton, Jacob Imoto, Jacob Reish, Jailen Watkins, Jake Hernandez, Jake Lyall, Jake Overstreet, Jakob Holzer, James Dagenhart, Jaxon Rickert, Jayden Harper, Jayden Vinson, Jayson Jones, Jeremiah Montoya, Joaquin Salcedo, Jody Murillo, Joey Uschold, Johann Infante, John Imbush, Johnathon Canter, Johnny Reed, Jonathan Van Eerden, Joseph Dominguez, Josiah Kemp, JP Roppolo, JP Suter, Kaden Moeller, Kaleb Thomas, Kason Atkins, Keegan Robertson, Keshav Tebeck, Kortes Howard, Krue Lowe, Kyle Chambers, Kyle Olson, Landry Powell, Levi Rozenblum, Logan Firgens, Logan Hunt, Logan Lorenz, Logan Steele, Luke Billings, Luke Lianthong, Mack Mabrey, Maddox Keo, Marcos Paz, Mason Marshall, Matt Scott II, Matthew Chan, Max Garcia, Micah Roberts, Michael Barham, Michael Lujan, Michael Simrell, Miles Keith, Nash Logan, Nic Peterson, Nick Bowman, Nick Mazzola, Noah Jeon, Nolan Younts, Parker Brown, Parker McGrael, Phoenix West, Preston Gamster, Quincy Malbrough, Quinten Estrada, Reece Lunsford, Reid Crook, Ricky Morgan, Riley Borges, Rolando Cantu, Rowin Donaldson, Ryan Jones, Ryan Matson, Ryan Williams, Rylan Alaniz, Santiago Garcia, Saul Vela-Padilla, Sawyer Farr, Silas Hilton, Stephen Shavlan, Sutton Hull, Taj Smith, Talan Kelly, Tanner Abbott, Tanner Wiggins, Taylor Pritchett, Timothy Haynes, Trace Mazon, Trevian Martinez, Trevin Pettigrew, Tristan Fielder, Tristan Raley, Tyson Kestner, Walker Hill, Will Van Wie, William Johnson, William Lehman, Wilson Russell, Wyatt Harriss, Zac Ridge
Uncommitted members of the 2024 class who caught our eye during fall baseball, and also some standout baseball players who caught our attention with their playmaking under the Friday night lights.
Wednesday marked the beginning of the Early Signing Period for baseball players. Where are the top players in Texas going? Which programs stand out the most? All that and more.
Ace Reese, Aden Howard, Aidan Lamar, Aidan Smith, Alex Petrovic, Alexander Solis, Andrew Del Hierro, Andrew Schultz, Austin Vargas, Barrett Johnson, Ben Tryon, Blake Brown, Blake Mitchell, Blake Peterson, Braeden Brown, Brayden Randle, Brayden Sharp, Brett Smajstrla, Brock Rod, Bryce McCain, Cade Waibel, Caden Ferraro, Caden Sorrell, Cam Johnson, Cameron Williams, Carson Priebe, Clayton Freshcorn, Cole Johnson, Conner Bennett, Dakota Howard, Dasan Harris, Davis Rivers, Diego Diaz, Diego Luzardo, Dillon Lester, Dondreone Kennedy, Drew Markle, Dylan Schlaegel, Easton Tumis, Eli Hellmann, Ethan Coronel, Ethan Farris, Ethan Gonzalez, Ethan Mendoza, Gage Kimble, Garet Boehm, Gavyn Jones, Graham Laxton, Grayson Lincecum, Hayden Morris, Holden Harris, Hudson Hamilton, Jace Martinez, Jack Bell, Jackson Brasseux, Jackson Elizondo, Jackson Hill, Jacob Gholston, Jake Melvin, Jakob Schulz, James Ellwanger, Jaquae Stewart, Jason Bodin, Javier Torres, Jerson Martin, JJ Kennett, JM Long, Kamar Dove, Kannon Kemp, Keevyn Goss, Kendall Dove, Kendall George, Kolvin Davis, Kyle Bade, Kyzer Harrington, Landon Bowden, Lane Allen, Lane Sparks, Larry Drake, Lathan Van Ausdall, Levi Risenhoover, Logan Myers, Lucas Moore, Mac Rose, Mason Bixby, Mason Gerrard, Mason Green, Matt Hudspeth, Micah Kendrick, Michael Herndon, Nehomar Ochoa, Nik Sanders, Noah Bentley, Noah Kendrick, Noah Paddie, OJ Gonzalez, Paxton Terveen, Ryne Farber, Sam Myers, Samson Pugh, Stephen Sepulveda, T.J. Pompey, Tanner Jackson, Tarris Murray, Travis Sykora, Tristan Russell, Ty Baker, Ty Dagley, Ty Zahradnik, Tyler Garritano, Tyler Sunseri, Uriah Walters, Weston Moss, William Johnson, Zach Frye, Zane Adams, Zion Stephens
Five Tool was in Katy to see uncommitted 2023 members of Twelve Baseball work out and participate in a six-inning scrimmage. An infielder stood out as a future D1 commit; a right-handed pitcher should be one of the best ones in the Houston area; and a Tompkins prospect looked like a diamond in the rough for a college coach to find.