Arizona State's Gage Workman had a strong showing this summer for Brewster (Aaron Fitt)


Cape Cod Prospect Rundown: Brewster Whitecaps


The Whitecaps finished in last place in the East Division with an overall record of 18-22-4 and missed the playoffs. All-Stars included Brett Auerbach (Alabama), Mason Black (Lehigh), TJ Collett (Kentucky), Tyler Gentry (Alabama), Tyler Hardman (Oklahoma), Matthew Mikulski (Fordham) and Gabe Workman (Arizona State). Workman is the top prospect for 2020 while Black was easily the top choice in 2021.

Gage Workman, SS/3B, Arizona St, 2020– At 6-foot-4, 210 pounds Workman is a top of the scale athlete who possesses three plus-to-better tools. Although it takes a few steps for him to get up to top speed, he is a plus-plus runner underway and fun to watch as his long stride eats up ground quickly while he cuts around the bases. His type of speed doesn’t translate to plus run times down the line, nor will it allow him to steal a ton of bases, but it is another exciting tool in his shed. With big league actions on the dirt, excellent body control and elite jumping ability, Workman also shows a plus to plus-plus arm across the infield. It’s enough to complete all plays from all arm angles. He’s a polished, natural defender who makes plays from the six-hole with ease. He has a chance to play shortstop for a long time at the pro level, despite likely not ever getting a chance on his college club due to…

Our reports include prospects from Lehigh, Ohio State, Fordham, Alabama, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech, Richmond, South Carolina, Texas Tech, Kentucky, Michigan, Oklahoma, Arizona State, Kentucky and Stanford, among others.

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