Was looking (not too hard) for his stats in the tourney, no luck. Did find this interesting:
The top prospect is Lafayette, La., left-hander and recently anointed Perfect Game All-American Hogan Harris, the No. 20-ranked national prospect (No. 1 in Louisiana) who has committed to Louisiana-Lafayette in his hometown. Harris pitched three no-hit, shutout innings with eight strikeouts and two walks in the Elite’s 11-1 tournament-opening win over the AZ Wildfire on Wednesday.
What is especially interesting about the roster, however, is that six of the 2015 prospects have committed to Southeastern Conference and national power Louisiana State in Baton Rouge. They include: Breaux (ranked No. 381 nationally/No. 7 Louisiana); outfielder Antoine Duplantis (high-follow/27); third baseman Lenni Kunert (top-500/14); shortstop O’Neal Lochridge (162/3); shortstop Dylon Poncho (276/5) and first baseman Christopher Reid (481/10)
“We all liked LSU because it’s close to home and it has a lot of good things going for it. It leads the nation in attendance and they always compete for a championship every year, so we’re giving ourselves a chance to play for one of the best programs in the country.”
With that name, he should be required to pinch hit as the first batter up following a rain dely.