San Jose
Bellarmine College Prep
Coach: Nate Sutton

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2023 Central Coast Section Division II Champions Bellarmine College Prep return with exceptional pitching including three Division commits  Ishaan Khambal (’24, USC), Wade Mountz (’24, Arkansas), and Paul Wheeler (’24, UCSB).

Players to Watch

Liam Kropp, Sr. | 6’3” | 180 lbs College Commit: Uncommitted  Previous season stats: On JV 1.78ER w/ 57ks in 43.1innings Coaches Note: Liam has been overlooked a bit because we had such strong 2023 & 2024 pitching classes (5 Dl commits). I can't say enough good things about his response to the adversity of not getting many innings last year. He's humble, hard-working, a great teammate and truly a coach's dream. In many ways he reminds me of Paul Montgomery (2023 Cal Poly commit after his exposure at the Boras) and I'm excited to see him in some well deserved spotlight.
Calem Filipek, Sr. | 6’0” | 185 lbs College Commit: Uncommitted  Previous season stats: .286, 3hrs, 5sbs Coaches Note: Calem is a cerebral baseball player that also has a great work ethic. He plays a good outfield, runs well, and has power to all fields.
Nate Turkington, Sr. | 6” | 195 lbs College Commit: Uncommitted  Coaches Note: Nate is a cerebral player and a great teammate. He is a reliable, versatile defender that has potential to be a plus left handed bat. He has a great work ethic and is a pleasure to coach.
Ryan Bays, Sr. | 6’2” | 190 lbs College Commit: Uncommitted  Coaches Note: Ryan is a hard working, toolsy player that is a great teammate. He has a good arm and size for the catcher's position with lots of potential.
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Sawyer Stout, Sr. | 5’10” | 175 lbs College Commit: Uncommitted Coaches Note: Sawyer is a coachable, hard working, and versatile player. He play anywhere in the infield or outfield. He has a very good approach at the plate, can hit to all fields and runs well.
Nolan Randol, Sr. | 6’ | 195 lbs College Commit: Uncommitted Previous season stats: Hit .275 w/16 runs, .400 obp, and 13 stolen bases in shortened Jr season due to injury Coaches Note: Nolan is one of the smartest baseball players I've had the privilege of coaching. He has great instincts and is a student of the game. He will be successful wherever he ends up playing because he is a true "baseball player."