I was only at this game for a few innings but did get there to see a few of my favorite players from Petaluma HS; junior SS Dylan Parks, junior 3B Daniel Comstock, and senior C Spencer Neve. If you are a college coach concerned with finding and recruiting players who can hit with the new BBCOR bats, look no further than Daniel Comstock. He is strong, he is patient, he uses the whole field, he drives the ball, and he keeps hitting really simple. Comstock also catches, plays 1st base and at the HS level is a very good pitcher.
As for Parks, he is an athletic hitter, he has good bat speed, tools, raw power and as he gets more polished, he is going to be an impactful hitter and overall athlete on the field. Here is some video of a double by Parks.
As for Neve, he is a talented and as of this writing, an uncommitted senior player. He can receive, he can really throw and he has a nice hitting stroke. He was the quarterback of the PHS team and that kind of athleticism and leadership translates really well to baseball and the catcher position. The last Petaluma HS uncommitted senior catcher who found his way into a D1 program in August after his senior year?... Cal junior catcher Chadd Krist. Here is some video of Neve.no comments