2012 Draft Watch: PG National Top Prospects

Lance McCullers showed off a 98 mph fastball

The Perfect Game National Showcase is viewed as the official kickoff to the scouting season for the following year's draft. This year's event was a fantastic start, as the 2012 high school class is already looking like a very talented one. Here's a list of the top 50 prospects who impressed me most at the event. This will be followed up with scouting reports on these players in the coming days.

1. Lance McCullers, RHP, Jesuit H.S. (Fla.)

2. Trey Williams, 3B, Valencia H.S. (Calif.)

3. Addison Russell, SS, Pace H.S. (Fla.)

4. Walker Weickel, RHP, Olympia H.S. (Fla.)

5. Joey Gallo, IF/RHP, Bishop Gorman H.S. (Nev.)

6. Josh Henderson, OF, Home Schooled (Va.)

7. Steven Golden, OF, St. Francis H.S. (Calif.)

8. Taylore Cherry, RHP, Vandalia Butler H.S. (Ohio)

9. Matt Smoral, LHP, Solon H.S. (Ohio)

10. Billy (Nick) Williams, OF, Galveston Ball H.S. (Tex.)

11. Ty Hensley, RHP, Santa Fe H.S. (Okla.)

12. Jesse Winker, OF, Olympia H.S. (Fla.)

13. Hunter Virant, LHP, Camarillo H.S. (Calif.)

14. Clate Schmidt, RHP, Allatoona H.S. (Ga.)

15. Carlos Correa, SS, Puerto Rico Baseball Academy (P.R.)

16. C.J. Hinojosa, IF, Klein Collins H.S. (Tex.)

17. Max Fried, LHP, Montclair Prep (Calif.)

18. Kayden Porter, RHP, Spanish Fork H.S. (Utah)

19. Rhett Wiseman, OF, Buckingham Browne & Nichols (Mass.)

20. Carson Fulmer, RHP, All Saints Academy (Fla.)

21. Tanner Rahier, SS/RHP, Palm Deser H.S. (Calif.)

22. Wilfredo Rodriguez, C, Puerto Rico Baseball Academy (P.R.)

23. Jesmuel Valentin Diaz, IF, Puerto Rico Baseball Academy (P.R.)

24. Fernando Perez, 3B, Otay Ranch H.S. (Calif.)

25. Brett Lilek, LHP, Marian Catholic H.S. (Ill.)

26. Jose Orlando Berrios, RHP, Juan XXIII H.S. (P.R.)

27. Gavin Cecchini, SS, Barbe H.S. (La.)

28. Avery Romero, IF, Pedro Menendez (Fla.)

29. Mitchell Traver, RHP, Houston Christian H.S. (Tex.)

30. Cody Poteet, RHP, Christian H.S. (Calif.)

31. Tucker Simpson, RHP, Oxford H.S. (Ala.)

32. David Dahl, OF, Oak Mountain H.S. (Ala.)

33. Nelson Rodriguez, C, George Washington H.S. (N.Y.)

34. Albert Almora, OF, Mater Academy (Fla.)

35. Rock Rucker, OF, Redan H.S. (Ga.)

36. Tomas Nido, C, Orangewood Christian H.S. (P.R.)

37. Lucas Sims, RHP, Brookwood H.S. (Ga.)

38. C.J. Saylor, C, South Hills H.S. (Calif.)

39. Ryan Burr, RHP, Highlands Ranch H.S. (Colo.)

40. Luke Lowery, C, Cosby H.S. (Va.)

41. Jamie Callahan, RHP, Dillon H.S. (S.C.)

42. Brian De La Rosa, C, Arlington Country Day School (Fla.)

43. Ryan McNeil, RHP, Nipomo H.S. (Calif.)

44. Skye Bolt, OF, Holy Innocents H.S. (Ga.)

45. Dalton Brown, RHP, Ponder H.S. (Tex.)

46. Teddy Stankiewicz, RHP, Southwest Christian (Tex.)

47. Ron Miller, 3B, Serra H.S. (Calif.)

48. Cristian Munoz, C, International Baseball Academy (P.R.)

49. Stryker Trahan, C/1B, Acadiana H.S. (La.)

50. Vahn Bozoian, OF, Ayala H.S. (Calif.)

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