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Where in the World is…?

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Time for little crowd-sourced assistance to help track down some of these prospects that I had on rosters, but no longer show up as active players in 2015. I imagine many are at junior colleges, some have given up the game, and others are sitting out the year while transferring to another D-1 school. Heck, some could be on the roster that I had them listed on originally, but I was too blind to see them. Any and all help is appreciated.

As for the rest of the week (and beyond), the goal is to get back into high school ball and go over a bunch of my older notes on this year’s underrated prep class. I’ve actually seen more HS ball than college ball so far this spring for the first time since my own high school days, so I’m pretty excited to take a pause from college coverage to get a closer look at some of the best high school athletes this country (and Canada and Puerto Rico…) has to offer.

EDIT: I couldn’t resist doing some more searching of my own on these guys. Made it as far as Alexander before getting distracted by something else. Will hopefully get to the rest later.

Clemson SO LHP Hunter Hill (2016)
Florida State SO RHP/INF MT Minacci (2016)
Louisville SO RHP Mason Richardson (2015) – USC Aiken
Miami SO 1B Bradley Zunica (2015) – State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota
North Carolina JR OF Zach Daly (2015) – Lander
Virginia SO OF Tyler Allen (2016)
Central Florida JR RHP Zac Favre (2015)
Central Florida SO LHP Vinnie Rosace (2015) – Seminole State College of Florida 
Cincinnati rJR OF Will Drake (2015)
Connecticut JR LHP Christian Colletti (2015) – Indian River State College 
Connecticut SO 3B/1B Ryan Sullivan (2016)
East Carolina JR RHP Justin Taylor (2015)
Alabama SO OF Hunter Webb (2015) – Chattahoochee Valley CC
Alabama rSO OF Matthew Goodson (2015) – Auburn-Montgomery 
Kentucky SO RHP Logan Parrett (2016)
Vanderbilt rSO RHP Luke Stephenson (2015)
Florida FR 3B/RHP Hunter Alexander (2015) – St. Johns River State
Mississippi State JR RHP John Marc Shelly (2015)
Texas A&M JR LHP Hayden Howard (2015)
Texas A&M rSO LHP Rex Hill (2015)
Oklahoma SO LHP Octavio Rodriguez (2016)
Oklahoma SO RHP Tyler Gibson (2016)
St. John’s JR RHP Anthony Rosati (2015)
California FR 3B Denis Karas (2017)
USC JR LHP Sean Adler (2015)
Stanford JR RHP Andrew McCormack (2015)
Washington State FR C Alan Crowley (2017)
Washington State JR RHP Chris McDowell (2015)
Maryland FR SS Dominic DiSabatino (2017)
UC Santa Barbara JR RHP Hector Lujan (2015)
UC Santa Barbara SO SS Brody Weiss (2016)
Gonzaga JR 2B/SS Cabe Reiten (2015)
Loyola Marymount SO RHP Matt Gorgolinski (2016)
San Francisco SO LHP Jordan Haseltine (2016)
San Francisco JR OF Harrison Bruce (2015)
San Francisco rSO 1B/OF Dylan Parks (2015)
Charlotte rSO SS Matt Creech (2015)
Marshall JR C David Diaz-Fernandez (2015)
Marshall JR LHP Zachary Shockley (2015)
Old Dominion JR RHP Tommy Alexander (2015)
Illinois State SO Ben Hecht (2016)
Fresno State JR RHP Blake Quinn (2015)
San Diego State JR RHP Tyler Sapp (2015)
Abilene Christian JR RHP Stuart Patke (2015)
Stony Brook JR SS Austin Shives (2015)
UNC Wilmington JR William Prince (2015)
Louisiana-Monroe SO LHP Taka High (2016)
South Alabama rSO RHP Kyle Rovig (2015)
Florida Gulf Coast rSO RHP Brad Labozzetta (2015)
Stetson SO RHP Taylor Cockrell (2016)
Coastal Carolina SO LHP Dalton Moats (2016)
Gardner-Webb JR RHP Hunter Smith (2015)
Longwood JR RHP Blake Ream (2015)
Presbyterian JR RHP Brett Byrum (2015)
Alabama State JR SS/RHP Branden Castro (2015)
Southern SO RHP Brady May (2016)
North Carolina Central JR SS Nick Stoll (2015)



  1. Ryan Molacek says:

    Zac Favre-Tampa
    Hayden Howard-Seward County CC
    Rex Hill-San Jacinto North College
    Octavio Rodriguez-Navarro College
    Tyler Gibson-Western Texas A&M
    Brad Labozzetta-Polk State
    Taylor Cockrell-State College of Florida-Manatee
    Nick Stoll-Fresno Pacific

    Check TheBaseballCube.

    • Rob Ozga says:

      Nice, thanks! I’ll update the list as soon as possible. Great idea using The Baseball Cube for this purpose. I check the site almost daily, but never would have thought to do so for roster purposes. Smart!

      • Ryan Molacek says:

        Just saw Alan Crowley is at Reedley College and Brody Weiss is at Riverside CC.

  2. Lynn Trudeau says:

    Blake ream transferred to Christopher Newport university .

  3. Danny Heckelbeck says:

    Dalton Moats now pitches for Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Golden Norsemen

    • Rob Ozga says:

      Thanks! I’ll make the update shortly. Loving all the help I’m getting on this. The internet can be pretty cool sometimes.

  4. spreadoption says:

    Looks like Austin Shives is at Azusa Pacific

    • Rob Ozga says:

      Awesome, thank you. I keep saying I’ll update the original post soon and that day will be here very shortly. Really appreciate the assistance.

  5. Stephen DiSabatino says:

    Dominic DiSabatino transferred to Harford Community College in Bel Air, MD

  6. FullertonBaseballFan says:

    Blake Quinn will playing for Cal State Fullerton in 2016. He went to school on his own dime this year because Fullerton didn’t have room for him to redshirt on the 35 man roster.

  7. FullertonBaseballFan says:

    Hector Lujan pitched NAIA ball at Westmont in Santa Barbara. That’s also where another former UCSB pitcher, Andrew Vazquez, ended up. Both were drafted.

    Sean Adler ran into legal difficulties at USC. He got caught up in the Vahn Bozoian mess where Adler allegedly videotaped Bozoian having sex with a co-ed and the tape got sent out around the campus and the co-ed is now suing them.

  8. D McDowell says:

    Gonzaga JR 2B/SS Cabe Reiten (2015) – Now at Lewis Clark State College in Lewiston, ID.

    • Rob Ozga says:

      Thanks! Updated my files to reflect this. Think he’s a really fascinating senior-sign this year…hitting .411/.488/.627 as a junior will do that!

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