My name is Casey Carpenter. I'm a 2025 grad class member from Bel Air, MD. I'm a corner infielder that can also play OF. Baseball is my passion and I would like to play high level college baseball in the future with a chance to play professionally. My hard work and dedication both on and off the field has helped me focus on those goals. I'm honored to play for US Elite and know this is the best place for me to get in front of the right coaches to help me reach my future goal.
2022 season MD/DE:
Perfect Game: #1 3b in 2025 class in MD/DE
Perfect Game: #8 overall player in 2025 class for MD/DE
Perfect Game: #37 3b in 2025 class nationally
Perfect Game: Top 500 nationally in 2025 class
PBR MD/DE: #1 CIF in 2025 class
PBR MD/DE: #10 overall player in 2025 class
2022 MD Pre-Season All-State Showcase (2/19/22):
US Elite Baseball: "Big frame, very projectable power CIF. A lot of room for growth as well. Very excited to see where he ends up".
Jamie Naill Jr. : "Consistent all around BP on the day. Strength continues to be added. Smooth stroke with solid torque in lower half. 94 EV per Trackman"
2022 MIAA "A" Varsity Preview:
Xposure Sports: MIAA Top Underclassmen list
Kyle Campbell with Xposure Sports: "Super talented Casey Carpenter is one of three exciting freshmen on varsity for the Pre-Season #6 Patriots"
US Elite Scout Day (8/19/21)
Jamie Naill : Really liked the round from '25 CIF Casey Carpenter (@JC_Baseball)
Strong 6'1" 190Lbs frame. Plenty of rhythm in hands with present strength to pull side gap.
Consistent loud contact. 90mph EV per Trackman
PBR Jr. Future Games (7/29/21)
2025 3B Casey Carpenter: Level swinging plane, weight back and drives ball into the gap in first AB of the tournament.
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PBR Jr. Future Game Trials (2/14/21)
Loud round from 2025 CIF Casey Carpenter
Strong, physical body type w/ quick hands through contact and nice feel for the barrel. Present Beverage box to the pull side, registering an event best 92 mph EV per
PBR Jr. Future Games 2020
Casey Carpenter (Team Mid Atlantic)
Mid-Atlantic 16, Kentucky 5
13U got off to a fast start in their first game, scoring three runs in the first, with the big blows being a Casey Carpenter (John Carroll, MD) double and a Owen Brundage (Heritage, VA) 2-RBI triple in the inning. Carpenter one hopped the LCF fence for a ground rule double.
Casey Carpenter also started the game on the mound for 13U and worked the first two innings. Allowing no runs on one hit and striking out two.
Casey Carpenter showing big time pop with a double to left center. Present pull side strength with more room to develop. Carpenter performing well both at the dish and on the bump early.