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    2015 National Team Tryouts

          NX Level, Saturday January 31st 2014 / 1-5PM   REGISTER TODAY

#1 High School exposure showcase team  |  165 scholarships  |  6 MLB amateur draft picks  |  ESPN recognition

College Coaches, Recruit John Wilson

John Wilson (Class of 2015, Racine Park High School) is a solid NCAA division, II III, NAIA or JUCO prospect. John is 6'2", weighs 230, bats right and throws right. John can play multiple positions. He can play 1st base, 3rd base or catch. Playing for the Wisconsin All-Stars this past summer John played mostly 1st or 3rd base. John has played on his varsity team since his sophomore season. He bats #4 in the line up for his high school team. John has tremendous potential. Here is a kid that is very dedicated to "his game" getting bigger and stronger in the off season lifting weights and increasing his velocity by long tossing every chance he gets. John hits the baseball with gap power to all fields. Playing for the All-Stars John hit two home runs at college baseball fields. This is what Mike Buelow Wisconsin All-Stars Baseball Director had to say about John. "John does not realize his full potential. This is a kid with tremendous upside. He is going to get bigger and stronger his senior year playing for his high school team and also when he gets to college. This is a kid who has the potential to lead his college team in extra base hits and home runs. He just needs to continue to work hard at developing his baseball skills during the off season". Johns throwing velocity as a junior was 80 mph. 60 yard dash time was 7.75. John is an honor roll student with a GPA of 3.20. He wants to major in business. To recruit John e-mail him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call him at 262-498-3624 (cell).

Become A Sponsor

The Wisconsin All-Stars #1 goal is to help out talented high school baseball players in our state that have aspirations of playing baseball at the next level. We want to help them to get exposure playing in front of college coaches and professional baseball scouts so they can get a scholarship. Our program is dependent upon sponsors and individual donations to help out. Without sponsors and donations our organization would not exist. If you LOVE baseball and you want to make a difference in the lives of baseball players on our team we appreciate your support. Your sponsorship/donation is 100% tax deductible. To become a sponsor or to donate to our program Click Here to Become A Sponsor Or Make A Donation.

Parker Rome is TOP 3rd Base Prospect

Parker Rome from Greenfield High School (class of 2015, hgt 6'0", wgt 220, bats right, throws right) is still uncommitted as of 11/20/14. Parker's primary position is 3rd base. His secondary position is RHP. Parker played on the Wisconsin All-Stars 2014 U/17 National Fall Baseball Team. Parker has started on his varsity baseball team since his freshmen year. In 2013 and 2014 Parker earned 1st Team All-Conference Honors. He was the Team Captain and he was also voted team MVP. In 2013 Parker batted .361 for his varsity team. In 2014, Parker batted .341 while playing 3rd base, pitching and filling in at 1st base. On the hill Parker pitched 19 innings with an ERA of 1.11 to go along with 11 strikeouts. Parker's infield and fastball velocity is 82 mph. His 60 yard dash time is 7.20. Parker is a solid DII, DIII, NAIA prospect. Parker wants to major in business. His goal is to be a CPA some day and own his own accounting business. Parker's GPA is 3.80, ACT test score is 22. To recruit Parker e-mail him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call him at 414-499-5985.

Mike Rufer Commits to Carroll University

Mike Rufer (class of 2015, Brookfield Central) has committed to playing baseball at Carroll University (NCAA Div III). Mike helped Brookfield Central to a WIAA State Summer Baseball Championship. Mike played on the Wisconsin All-Stars 2014 U/17 Fall National Baseball Team.



Bryan Sternig is TOP Outfield Prospect

Bryan Sternig (Grafton High School, Class of 2015, Hgt 5'11, Wgt 160, Bats R, Throws R, Primary Position - Centerfield) is one of the TOP high school outfield prospects in our state class of 2015 according to Wisconsin Baseball Report. Bryan attended the 6th Annual Wisconsin High School Fall TOP Prospect Showcase held at Madison College on October 18th. At the showcase Bryan's outfield velocity was 84 mph. His 60 yard dash time was 6.8 seconds. The scouting report from the showcase stated that Bryan has a nice short compact swing with quick hands through the hitting zone. He uses his bottom half real well when turning on the baseball. He is a line drive hitter with gap power to all fields. In the outfield he has a quick first step to the baseball to go along with a nice crop hop, quick release and a strong accurate arm. Bryan is a solid DII, DIII prospect. In 2014, Bryan played on the Wisconsin All-Stars U/17 Fall National Baseball Team. Bryan batted in the lead-off spot and he was one of the leading hitters on the team. Playing for his high school team Bryan batted .512 (.500 in conference) with a conference best 13 doubles and 17 RBI's. His on base percentage was .531, slugging .700, with 13 stolen bases, 1 triple, 1 home run and he did not make one error in the outfield. Bryan earned 1st Team All-Conference honors, 1st Team All-State WIAA Summer Team, Grafton High School "Silver Slugger Award" and a gold glove award. Bryan has a GPA of 3.0 and his projected major is physical education. As of 11/20/14 Bryan is still uncommitted. To recruit Bryan e-mail him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call him at 262-388-5305 (cell).

Connor Fedders Commits to Madison College

Connor Fedders (class of 2015, Union Grove High School) has signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at Madison College in Wisconsin. Madison college is one of the top JUCO college baseball programs in the Mid-West. The team finished in 3rd place in the JUCO College World Series in 2014. Connor is a right handed pitcher that throws his fastball in the mid 80's. He has a excellent curveball and change up that he uses effectively to upset hitters timing. Coach Mike Davenport at Madison College is getting a very good pitcher. Click Here for more information on Madison College baseball.

Connor Moroder Commits to North Dakota

Connor Moroder from Pewaukee High School (class of 2015) has committed to playing baseball at the University of North Dakota. North Dakota is a NCAA Division I baseball program. They play in the Western Athletic Conference. The head baseball coach is Jeff Dodson. Coach Jeff stated that Connor is one of his top recruits. He has Connor slated to play 3rd base. Connor played on the Wisconsin All-Stars 2013 and 2014 fall national U/17 baseball teams.

Derek Van Pay Commits to St. Cloud State University

Derek Van Pay (Denmark High School, Class of 2015) has committed to St. Cloud State University Huskies in Minnesota. St. Cloud State plays in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NCAA Div II). Head coach Pat Dolan considers Derek to be one of the best pitchers in our state class of 2015. They scouted Derek when the All-Stars played in the Minnesota Blizzard – Scout Stop Showcase Tournament over Labor Day weekend. Derek was one of the best pitchers on the All-Stars 2014 Fall U/17-18 Showcase Exposure Team. Derek throws his fastball in the 85-87 mph range. He has a nasty curveball and a very good circle change he uses effectively to upset hitters timing. Derek has a GPA of 3.61 and an ACT test score of 29. He is going to major in mechanical engineering in college.

2015 All-Stars Barnstorming Tour

The 2015 Wisconsin All-Stars U/17 team (made up of 2016 and 2017 graduates) will be going on an old fashioned barnstorming tour of cities that once had a team play in the Professional Negro Baseball League. The team will be traveling to Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Michigan and Minnesota. The team will play against the best high school exposure showcase teams from those states at college baseball fields.

Players on the team will be seen by college coaches from BIG 10, Horizon, Missouri Valley, ACC, Big East, Pioneer League, Ivy League, Conference USA, Mid America, Southeastern, Sun Belt, Big 12 and many more. When traveling the All-Stars travel in there own bus. The bus has a 32 inch TV monitor, DVD player and a great sound system.

The 2015 All-Stars will play a challenging schedule, but the pay off is the exposure players on the team will receive. Our players will be scouted by more college coaches than any team in the nation.

We want the best baseball players from our state to play on the team. Make sure you register for our 2015 summer and fall national baseball team tryouts. Don't miss out on a summer of fun playing the greatest game on earth............Baseball!

Adam Klos Commits to Century College

Suni Adam Klos from West Salem High School (class of 2015) has committed to playing baseball at Century College in Minnesota. Century College is one of the best JUCO college baseball programs in the United States. In 2013, they were runner ups in the JUCO College World Series. During the past 4 years, Century has had 7 players named NJCAA All Americans, and 11 players named to the NJCAA All Region XIII team. In addition, the team has had numerous members selected to play in the Northwoods League, one of the premiere summer college baseball leagues in the country. Adam played on our 2014 U/17 Fall National Baseball Team. For more information on Century College Baseball go to http://www.century.edu/athletics/baseball.aspx

Lukas Meerdink is TOP Hitter on All-Stars

Suni Lukas Meerdink (class of 2015 from Oostburg High School) was the leading hitter on the Wisconsin All-Stars 2014 U/17 Summer National Showcase Team. Lukas batted .396 playing against some of the best high school showcase teams in the Midwest. Lukas has started on his high school baseball team since his freshmen year. As a sophomore Lukas batted .500 while earning 1st Team All-Conference honors. He had 32 hits in 64 at bats, 6 doubles, 5 triples, 15 stolen bases and 20 RBI’s. Playing for the All-Stars Lukas batted in the lead-off spot. He has above average speed. His 60 yard dash time is 6.97. Lukas is a line drive hitter with a nice short compact swing and quick hands through the hitting zone. He uses his bottom half real well and he hits with gap power. Wisconsin Baseball Report (www.wisconsinbaseballreport.com) ranks Lukas as one of top outfield prospects in our state class of 2015. According to WBR they say he is a DII, DIII recruit. Lukas is 6’0”, weighs 180, bats right and throws right. His outfield velocity is 80-82 mph. His GPA is 3.42. Lukas is taking AP classes. His projected major is Business or Medical Health Administration. To recruit Lukas, e-mail him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call him at 920-564-6546 (home) or 920-254-8687 (cell). His home address is 625 Ontario Avenue, Oostburg WI 53070.

College coaches click on this link to view Lukas Meerdink highlight skills video.

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