2023 Future Stars Series Trombly Baseball Scout Day Recap

June 24, 2023

The New Balance Baseball Future Stars Series powered by Program 15 Sports was at it again this past week, holding a Regional Combine out in Phoenix — not far from the site of the inaugural Fresh 50 held last year in Tucson — as well as a Scout Day with Trombly Baseball out in Malibu, with both going on as the 14U/15U installments of the Music City Classic National Tournaments were unfolding.

Hosted exclusively for FSS Partner Programs, each player attending a Scout Day event receives a co-branded t-shirt, hat, and full Future Stars Series created scouting report written by a professional scout who has signed MLB players. These reports include the MLB 20-80 scale and a proprietary role prediction model developed by the Future Stars Series from thousands of games and scouted players. This model has been widely accepted by MLB clubs when making draft decisions. This includes many of the recent 33 players drafted or signed in the 2022 draft who have participated in previous New Balance Future Stars Series events.

Players attending their organization’s Scout Day will also be evaluated for selection to attend a New Balance Future Stars Series Underclass or National Combine, allowing them to bypass the normally required Regional Combine as they progress toward a potential invitation to the Fresh 50, Underclass Elite or Main Event signature events. The Main Event is hosted in an MLB stadium such as Fenway Park, the Boston Red Sox home, and Citi Field, home of the New York Mets. This bypass step is only available to players that are part of one of our Partner Programs.

Below, find a graphic featuring the leaderboard from that day’s athletic testing:


10-Yard Dash

Thomas Falk, 1.55
Blake Rajan, 1.64
Aeneas Pichardo, 1.66
John Uchytil, 1.67
Benny Lane, 1.69
Jake Vela, 1.69

40-Yard Dash

Colin Contreras, 4.61
Luke Wilson, 4.62
Nikolaus Castillo, 4.63
Jake Vela, 4.69
Blake Rajan, 4.75
Aeneas Pichardo,

60-Yard Dash

Luke Wilson, 6.51
Blake Rajan, 6.6
Thomas Falk, 6.72
Jake Vela, 6.76
Derrius Taylor, 6.78

Broad Jump

Blake Wilson, 9-2
Aidan Raymer, 9-1
Aeneas Pichardo, 8-8
Troy Radomski, 8-8
Thomas Falk, 8-5
Blake Rajan, 8-5

Triple Broad Jump

Luke Wilson, 28-5
Jake Vela, 28-0
Aeneas Pichardo, 27-7
Aidan Raymer, 26-0
John Uchytil, 26-0
Derrius Taylor, 26-0
Benjamin Dominguez, 26-0

Pro Agility

Thomas Felk, 4.40
Jake Vela, 4.46
Ryder DeJournett, 4.46
Nicholas Goode, 4.59
Luke Wilson, 4.62
Addison Gravdal, 4.62
Mikey Pino, 4.62

Below, find social media coverage of the event — with more still to come on a variety of FSS platforms — from the event, spotlighting some of the top players and performances of the day.

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