Jacoby Middleton, a centerfielder out of Odessa College, has good size with room to fill out. He was far and away the best looking prospect on Lamar in the initial eye test, with his positional value and his size. He also showed some raw pop when he got under the ball. However, he had an awful first at-bat, and proved to be a pretty easy out for the University of Texas pitchers. He was chasing just about everything, especially breaking balls out of the zone, and didn't appear to be recognizing pitches well.
Sam Bumpers played shortstop, and I thought he played the position pretty well. He showed very good range on one play, even though he isn't always smooth and natural with all his motions. He isn't very fast on the basepaths, but he hit two balls hard, one pulled, and one hit the other way.
Jude Vidrine showed a good eye at the plate and hung in there left on left very well out of the 3-hole. Kevin Santana is short and stout, and not much of a runner. He keeps his hands very low in his batting stance but showed some raw power. Jake Sutton made a poor play in left-field on a fly-ball, and doesn't have a smooth level swing, but he is an other way hitter that has good contact abilities and surprising strength. Brandon Provost doesn't look like a catcher, but runs like one, and made a good throw on a stolen base attempt. He also had a lot of rough balls in the dirt to block, so much so that it was hard to evaluate from my perspective in the stands. Mason Salazar is a speed slap hitting right-handed batting 2nd baseman that struggled defensively.