Our Success Stories

Ryan Lambert RHP Missouri State

One of the most dynamic arms I’ve been able to work with. Sits 94-96mph comfy and spins some elite breaking balls. Ryan is going into his sophomore year, and first season with Missouri State. After a strong summer in the Northwoods League, he’ll be competing for the closing spot at a very good D1 program. 

CJ Jefferson RHP Seattle Mariners

New Mexico State alum. Signed with the Mariners in 2021. Spent this past season in Low A Modesto. Started 88-90mph in bullpens last off-season. In March before Spring Training he got up to 95mph. One of the best Changeups I’ve seen from a minor leaguer. Commands the baseball super well and has a great chance to become a solid big league pitcher. 

Tyler Durkin RHP USA Prime

One of the best players in the 2026 class. Fastball gets up to 84mph. 6’4 160lbs. 2x Perfect Game All-American. Can really swing the bat to go along with a elite arm. 

Jc Ariza RHP Texas Rio Grande Valley

Weekend starter. 93mph Up top. 88-90mph from sidearm. Mixed with Changeups and Sliders from both slots. 6’4 220Lbs.

Kannon Handy LHP Colorado Mesa

Smooth 90-93mph Lefty with 3 plus off-speed pitches. Threw 86 innings as a starter for CMU last season. Strong physical build and opportunity to pitch in professional baseball for a long time.

Justin Valdespina Professional Pitcher

Former Colorado Rockies prospect. Has been up to 96mph from a low 3/4 arm slot. Sweeping slider with lots of horizontal break.


Issac Wenzel LHP Indiana State

Electric lefty that gets up to 93mph. Breaking ball is go to strikeout pitch. Coming out of the pen, is a tough at bat for D1 hitters late in ballgames. Can see him being an upper 90’s guy in pro baseball.

Kyle Huckaby Professional Pitcher

Sidearm Lefty that sits 88-90mph. UFO spinning changeup. Spent 2 seasons with the Toronto Blue Jays organization. Father Ken played in the Big leagues as a catcher.


Kaleb McCullough Professional Pitcher

Oral Roberts alum. Fastball sits in the low 90’s. Spent his first season of professional baseball with the Washington Wild things in the Frontier League.

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