https://www.prepbaseballreport.com/profiles/CO/Dylan-Carey-6315429807 10/11/19 Carey, Colorado’s number one player in the 2022 class, left little question to that fact after a solid showing at the Underclass World Series. Physically-gifted at 6-foot-2, 175-pounds with broad shoulders on a frame that is easy to dream on, he showcased the potential to blossom into a power bat from the right side in the future. Setting up in a deeper crouch, he strides early, getting the foot down with minimal hand movement, and works directly to the ball with some lift through the zone. He was a threat in each plate appearance, taking quality at-bats throughout, and while he did not have overwhelming loud results, he clearly stands out amongst his peers. A captain on the infield, Carey locked down the shortstop position for Slammers Holzemer, demonstrating confidence in his soft hands, and his high baseball IQ stood out on multiple occasions. Though his frame will likely fill out quickly in coming years and shift him off of shortstop, he should have no problem adjusting to third base given his athleticism. Carey’s high-ceiling will be reached even quicker as he continues to get more consistent at-bats against high-level pitching, and coaches will likely want to mark him down as must-watch player for next summer.