2020 Dudes of the Weekend: Week 1


Five Tool Oklahoma Regional


Cade McGarrh (Dulins Dodgers 16U McGarrh)

Dulins Dodgers 16U McGarrh’s Cade McGarrh was on an absolute tear at the plate in the Five Tool Oklahoma Regional. The 2022 Texas Tech commit from Liberty (TX) showcased the ability to hit for both power and average all weekend long. McGarrh is a five tool player that can be a difference maker in the box. The sweet swinging lefty will continue to mash opposing pitchers and lead the Dodgers offense.

Stat Line: 7-14, 3 2B, 3B, HR, 6 RBI, 2R

Liberty (TX) 2022

Kevin Bazzell (Dallas Patriots 2021 Stout)

Dallas Patriots 2021 Stout’s Kevin Bazzell hit the cover off the ball this weekend at the Five Tool Oklahoma Regional. The 2021 Rockwall Health (TX) racked up five extra base hits and showcased his power to all fields. The Dallas Baptist commit has impressed on the showcase circuit in the past and looks to continue to post big numbers going into his senior year.

Stat Line: 6-11, 2 2B, 3B, 2 HR, 4 RBI, 5R, BB

Rockwall Heath (TX) 2021

Cole Latos (North Texas Longhorns Boddie)

North Texas Longhorns Boddie’s Cole Latos a 2020 Rice football signee put on his own home run derby at the Five Tool Oklahoma Regional. The RHH from Allen (TX) hit three dingers and two doubles to rack up a total of 16 bases in his five hits this weekend. While Latos certainly showcases strength of the baseball field, that power is going to show up on the gridiron this fall. Don’t park anywhere near the field if Cole Latos is up to bat because he may very well put one right through your windshield.

 Stat Line: 5-9, 2 2B, 3 HR, 5 RBI, 7R, 2 BB

Allen (TX) 2020

Trey Oblas (North Texas Longhorns Phillips)

North Texas Longhorns Phillips’ Trey Oblas was an RBI machine at the Five Tool Oklahoma Regional. The uncommitted 2022 from Gunter (TX) put his team on his back numerous times. The LHH turned heads all weekend long as he showcased his bat control and drove the ball all over the field. Oblas highlighted that he can put up big offensive numbers and deliver run scoring hits in the clutch.

Stat Line: 6-11, HR, 9 RBI, 3R, 2 BB

Gunter (TX) 2022

Camden Bates (Premier OKC Athletics 15U Navy)

Premier OKC Athletics 15U Navy’s Camden Bates showed off some serious raw power at the Five Tool Oklahoma Regional. The uncommitted 2023 from Washington (OK) made a lot of noise in the box as he delivered four extra base hits this weekend. Bates has a very quick, compact swing with sneaky pop and can kickstart his team’s offense with one swing of the bat. The RHH looks to carry his success over into his sophomore season as well as continuing to drive the ball to the power alleys this summer.

Stat Line: 7-14, 2 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 5R, BB

Washington (OK) 2023

Cayden Earnhart (North Texas Longhorns Boddie)

North Texas Longhorns Boddie’s Cayden Earnhart is an uncommitted 2020 that is looking for a place to continue his baseball career. Earnhart lit it up at the Five Tool Oklahoma Regional and proved why he deserves a shot with a collegiate ball club. The RHH from Denison (TX) has good pop at the plate and will make an instant impact if given the opportunity.

Stat Line: 5-8, 2 2B, 2 HR, 6 RBI, 4R, 2 BB

Denison (TX) 2020

Manab Sthapit (Dallas Tigers West 2021 Beavan)

Dallas Tigers West 2021 Beavan’s Manab Sthapit was an on base machine at the Five Tool Oklahoma Regional. The uncommitted 2021 from LD Bell (TX) swings a big stick and has a great approach in the box. Sthapit showed off his power and speed combo all weekend. Get on this one.

Stat Line: 7-10, 3B, HR, 6 RBI, 5R, HBP

LD Bell (TX) 2021

Brody Briggs (Oklahoma Reds)

Oklahoma Reds’ Brody Briggs is an uncommitted 2023 that hit the ball all over the yard at the Five Tool Oklahoma Regional. The LHH from Union (OK) tied for the lead in hits this weekend and found a way to get on base 11 out of his 14 plate appearances. Briggs has a beautiful swing and stays on balls all the way through the zone. Look for this one to keep putting up big numbers on the showcase circuit.

Stat Line: 8-11 2 2B, 2 RBI, 4R, 3 BB

Union (OK) 2023

Brody Sprinkle (Colorado Yard Dawgs Bates)

Colorado Yard Dawgs Bates’ Brody Sprinkle was a force at the plate in the Five Tool Oklahoma Regional. The uncommitted 2023 from Chaparral (CO) tied for the top number of hits this past weekend. Sprinkle has great bat speed and impressed with his ability to hit for average. The RHH looks to continue making noise in the box and rack up base knocks for the rest of the summer season.

Stat Line: 8-11, 3 2B, 4 RBI, 4R, BB

Chaparral (CO) 2023


Brooks Caple (North Texas Longhorns Boddie)

Stephen F. Austin signee Brooks Caple absolutely dominated on the mound in the Five Tool Oklahoma Regional for North Texas Longhorns Boddie. In his only outing of the weekend, the Gunter (TX) 2020 RHP mowed down the opposition and notched a strikeout for all 12 outs he recorded.  will be a freshman to watch in the Southland conference this upcoming spring.

Stat Line: 4 IP, 12K, 3H, ER, BB

Ryan Stout (SWAT Academy Cunningham)

SWAT Academy Cunningham’s Ryan Stout was superb on the mound in five innings of work. The RHP impressed with his quick tempo on the rubber and showcasing the ability to tunnel his slider and fastball. Stout, an uncommitted 2021 from Oklahoma Christian, turned heads this weekend and will continue to do so throughout the summer. Get on him now.

Stat Line: 5 IP, 9K, 0H, 0ER, 2 BB

Oklahoma Christian (OK) 2021

Tate Hayworth (Oklahoma Reds)

Oklahoma Reds’ Tate Hayworth tossed a complete game shutout while striking out eight on Sunday afternoon. Hayworth is a 2023 right-handed pitcher from Union, Oklahoma with good size and length on the rubber. Hayworth will be one to watch in the coming summers as he continues to develop and grow into his frame.

Stat Line: 7 IP, 8K, 2H, 0ER, 2BB

Union (OK) 2023

Luis Santiago (Impact Baseball Club Green)

Impact Baseball Club Green’s Luis Santiago was excellent in five strong innings on the mound this weekend. The RHP from Byron Nelson (TX) effectively highlighted a hard slider to put hitters away all afternoon. Santiago is an uncommitted 2023 that has already developed an impressive strikeout pitch early on in his high school career. Keep an eye on this one.

Stat Line: 5 IP, 11K, H, 0ER, BB

Byron Nelson (TX) 2023

Ryan Marquez (Dulins Dodgers Haygood)

Dulins Dodgers Haygood’s Ryan Marquez was lights out this weekend on the mound. The RHP from Hebron, Texas is an uncommitted 2022 that has big upside. Marquez dominated hitters with a plus fastball and devastating breaking ball. Marquez has a very high ceiling and can continue to add velocity on his fastball in the coming months. Look for Marquez to continue to rack up strikeouts all summer long.

Stat Line: 5 IP, 12K, H, 0ER, BB, 2 HBP

Hebron (TX) 2022

Ryan Pehrson (Dallas Patriots 2021 Stout)

Dallas Patriots 2021 Stout’s Ryan Pehrson is an uncommitted 2021 from Carroll Senior (TX). Pehrson lit it up this weekend at the Five Tool Oklahoma Regional by keeping hitters off balance with his fastball-curveball combo. The RHP throws with intent on the mound and runs his fastball up in the mid 80s. Pehrson has the mold of a future ace and will continue to turn heads going into his senior year.

Stat Line: 3.2 IP, 8K, 0H, 0ER, BB

Carrol Senior (TX) 2021

Brooks Gay (Dallas Tigers Polk)

Dallas Tigers Polk’s Brooks Gay was electric on the bump this weekend. An uncommitted 2022 RHP from Abilene Wylie, Gay has high upside on the mound with a mid 80s plus fastball. The 2022 commanded the inner half of the plate and was able to mix in his off-speed pitches effectively. Gay has a lanky frame that will only continue to develop in the coming months. Look for the righty to continue turning heads.

Stat Line: 6.1 IP, 11K, 4H, ER, 2 BB, HBP

Abilene Wylie (TX) 2022

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