Last Friday I caught the Hogan @ Benicia game, which was won by Benicia, 3-0 (I think that was the score), behind a complete game shutout from senior RHP Peter Reyes. Reyes is a talented and still developing pitcher who has a bright future. Whether he gets that shot at the college level after his senior season or after junior college, there is a 88-90 mph fastball in his future, to go with a usable CB and good CHG. He nees to keep his front hip closed longer, he needs to get his front foot on the ground sooner and when he does all that, his arm speed, which is already upper-80s arm speed, will start to produce higher velocity readings. His top velo was 86 in this game. Here is some video of Reyes if you are a college coach. He is a tough kid, a football player, a no nonsense player who also hits pretty well when he is playing CF (which is when he is not pitching).
The other senior I like from Benicia is senior SS Ryan Wheat (5'9" 160, L/R). Wheat has legit bat speed, a SS caliber arm and he seems to have feel of the game. He does get to the pullside way too much and needs to learn to let the ball travel a bit, but so do a lot of other young hitters. He can play D and I do really like his arm and his field presence is good. Wheat seems real comfortable in the game, even carrying on personable conversations with the home plate umpire prior to an at-bat.
BHS sophomore 2B Willie Calhoun (5'8" 160, L/R) can swing the bat and is going to hit as a collegiate player someday. I also saw a flash of ability in soph 1B Tyler Hall (6'1" 178, LHH). He is still young and a little raw, but he has the swing and body to be a hitter. Keep him on the radar.