If you build it, they will come.
The New Balance Baseball Future Stars Series is making a stop in Dallas, with the Texas Rangers Youth Academy serving as the host for the latest regional combine on Sunday, which is set to feature approximately 150 players, including committed and uncommitted players.
Nicodemas Ruedas and Cole Phillips are among the notables who have experience at some of the FSS jewel events, while others, such as Kansas State commit Carson Queck, have played at the national tournament as a member of a partner program, which in this instance would be the Hunter Pence Baseball Academy.
Committed players to keep an eye on will include: Ruedas (Tarleton), Phillips (Baylor), Queck (Kansas St.), Austin Lemon (Oklahoma St.), Ysen Useni (Illinois Chicago) Anthony DeJesus (Incarnate Word), Ethan Garcia (Incarnate Word), Gabriel Flores (Houston), Tyler Garritano (Baylor), Nate Murphy (Kansas St.), Zeke Velazquez (UTRGV), Taviom Vaughns (Oklahoma), David Hogg II (Oklahoma) and Jax Ryan (Oklahoma).
Among those who are hoping to make their name at this event and earn a college commitment are: Jakob Charles, Diego Ramos, Cooper Strawn, Julian Benford, Michael Thompson, Ryan Ratajczak, Ralph Wallace III, Marshall Hale, Weston Rouse, Channing Vernon, Caiden Wilson and Erika Holt.
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