Monday’s Colorado Jamboree fell on the heels of Sunday’s very successful event and came off without a hitch. A new group of wonderful athletes poured in the front gate, and they put on a show for the large group of college coaches in attendance.
Once again the pitching was a highlight of the day. Thirty-three pitchers were in attendance. The group of 2022 pitchers proved there is still plenty of talent available in the circle. 2022s Sophia Honse and Rylee Wyman have a chance to be very good in the near future. Both showed good spins combined with solid command and emerging velocity.
In the 2023 class, Avery Sapp and Teagan Kavan were impressive. Avery showed the athleticism and potential she has displayed over the course of several years now. And Teagan, fresh off the Jr. National Team Trials, showed why she will be one of the most highly recruited pitchers in her class.
And finally, 2025 Reagan Vokoun had the opportunity to be the last pitcher in her group. As a result she threw by herself in front of a great number of coaches. She showed impressive composure and confidence. Additionally, 2024 Addisen Fisher displayed extraordinary talent that will surely propel her to vie for being named the top pitcher in her class nationally. Addisen combines athleticism with high level spin, solid command, and outstanding velocity – three traits that are rarely seen in young players.
We were sad to see the Colorado Jamborees end after such a long time anticipating them. June has hurtled by us all and now we are moving steadily thru July looking forward to Nationals. Before we all know it July will have come and gone. For sure this will have been a memorable summer just because we are so darn thankful we can get out there once again. The patience and hope everyone in the game has embraced over the past year has now been realized. And we will look forward to getting back in the rhythm of recruiting.
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