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The first Colorado Jamboree was held in 2013 and it has proven to be a stellar event for players across the country. This year was no exception. We had a great turnout of players and college coaches.
As always, we want to thank Dave King and Triple Crown Sports for all their help thru the years. Without the special relationship we have with TCS and Dave, we would never have been able to showcase the athletes from all over the country.
Sunday started off with a real bang when 2023 OF/P Rachel Traxler just lit it up in live BP. We first spotted Rachel at the Seattle Tryout in January. We knew she was going to be good, and we were thrilled with her performance. Not only is she a solid hitter, but she also pitches and can dial it up to 64 mph! There is no doubt in our mind that Rachel is going to make some school very happy in the years to come.
Equally as impressive was 2024 C/OF Quinn Salazar from Arizona. This Oro Valley Suncat displayed a solid offensive game coupled with impressive OF play. Quinn’s 1.82 pop times will only get better as she gets bigger and stronger. She will certainly have several options when she finally decides upon a school.
While there were many good performances in the 2025 class. Middle infielders Marin Heller and Kylee Molitor were exceptional throughout the day. Both of these budding stars play for the Iowa Premier. Our guess is these two will be heavily recruited nationally by the Power 5 schools, and every school in the country should check them out. Both can hit, run, and throw and have the potential to be 5-tool players.
Not to be outdone, the 2026 class once again showed very well. In each of our Jamborees this summer, players out of the 2026 and 2027 classes have shown a skill set and talent way beyond their years. Today was no exception. 2026 OF/2B Madison Babasa and 2026 OF/2B Zoey Kuhl both show the potential to be solid D1 recruits if they just keep working at their respective games. As hitters they have exceptional mechanics that should hold up well against elite pitching. Madison was also very good in the OF. We will be excited to follow their progress in the years to come.
Many more players had excellent camps and left Aurora with the college coaches talking about them. We will look forward to seeing all these young ladies progress and grow their games.