The third annual Midwest Elite Camp was great and unfolded in front of a great group of college coaches. The SEC, Pac12, ACC, and Big10 conferences were represented by multiple coaches along with others from the Horizon, the Missouri Valley, the Mid-American, the Ohio Valley, the Summit, along with several others. They all were treated to some outstanding play from the collection of players from across the Midwest.

The pitching depth proved to be very deep and was highlighted by 2021s Allison Benning and Savannah Jones. Allison is a talented pitcher with solid velocity and good down ball action. Savannah showed good down ball movement thru the strike zone and solid spin. Hayley Brunson (3B) and Kyla Kissee (3B) put on particularly impressive showings. Both are athletes with good fundamentals and excellent mechanics. Maddi Grant (1B/3B), Marytherese Nevin (SS), Jesse Klicker (3B/2B) all played well defensively.

The 2022 group of pitchers was outstanding and included Shelby Jacobson, Brinkley Kita, Jalen Adams, Kelly Zybura, Brooke McNichols, Keagan Moore, and Lily Hanafin. Along with Gianna Richy (1B), who has chance to be big time with continued work. Breanne Mitchell (OF) just oozes with potential. Georgia Corey (1B) game has continued to grow over the years, and now she combines good mechanics with serious power potential. Chloe Geijer (OF) will be a hitter who hits for both average and some power numbers. And Reese Hunkins (MI) has a unique ability to lay the barrel of the bat thru the zone and hit the ball wherever it is pitched.

Among the 2023 class, pitchers Julia Gossett and Sage Mardjetko were outstanding and showed why they will be two of the most highly recruited pitchers in their class. Meghan Farren (C/3B) and Brooke Klosowicz (3B) were outstanding. Both are quick and athletic with good hands. Aly VanBrandt (SS) and Keira Tolmie (SS) showed good range and a good glove skill set. Mckenzie Foster (2B) showed why she is one of the best in the Midwest, has the range and soft hands defensively.

Several college coaches remarked on the depth of talent across the board. Certainly, we agree with that assessment. There were far too many high level performances to mention here. We want to thank all the players who attended and made the 2019 Midwest Elite Camp a great event.

As always we want to thank Bill Conroy (Beverly Bandits) and Gerry Quinn (Illinois Chill) for their help in making this one of the best camps in the country. We couldn’t do what we do in the Midwest without their support and friendship. Certainly we will look forward to continuing this tradition of excellence.

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