Hometown: Westfield, Ind.
Drafted Players: 187
Current College Commitments: 37

Program Thoughts: 
“First founded in 1991 with play beginning in 1992, Indiana Bulls Baseball was founded by a dedicated group of baseball enthusiasts who believed Indiana players were being overlooked for collegiate and professional playing opportunities. Today, the Bulls provide the state’s very best 8U through 17U players with intensive skill development through high-level coaching, opportunities to face top competition via regional and national tournaments, and broad exposure to college coaches and professional scouts.” – Indiana Bulls

Top Historical Perfect Game Moments
• Maxwell Clark, the No. 1 prospect in the 2023 class
2019 WWBA World Championship: Team Indiana (Bulls) #10 overall seed
• 2019 WWBA Freshman World Championship: Quarterfinal finish
2013 15U WWBA National Championship: Runner-Up, TJ Collett Named MVP
2005 PG/BA World Championship (WWBA): Quarterfinal finish

Program History
“The organization was formed in 1992 in an effort to provide kids from Indiana with more and better baseball opportunities. Seven-time All-Star and eight-time Gold Glover Scott Rolen was on our first team that was formed. 2022 will be our 30th anniversary as an organization, which has grown from three teams in 1992 to 33 teams in 2022 and now includes select players from other states. The Indiana Bulls now have 25 Big Leaguers, all of which are listed on our website.” -Indiana Bulls 

Best College Resumes
Wes Whisler: named college baseball Freshman of the Year, UCLA
• TJ Collett: represented University of Kentucky in the College Home Run Derby, First-Team All-SEC
• Jared Miller and Steven Rice: Members of the Vanderbilt National Championship team in 2014
• Drew Storen: Two-time First-Team All-PAC-10 at Stanford
• Tommy Hunter: Second-Team All-American at Alabama and won Gold with Team USA

Best Pro Resumes
Scott Rolen: HOF Ballot, NL ROY, 8-time Gold Glove winner, 7-time All-Star
• Lance Lynn: Finalist for 2021 Cy Young, 2-time All-Star, World Series champion in 2011
• Tucker Barnhart: 8-year MLB veteran, 2-time Gold Glove winner
Adam Lind: 11-year MLB career, 2009 Silver Slugger winner
• Drew Storen: 52 saves in MLB, 8-year MLB career
• Tommy Hunter: 14-year MLB career, 56-45 Win-Loss record, 597 MLB strikeouts

Perfect Game All-American Classic Participants

• Alex Meyer, 2007
• Andrew Dutkanych IV, 2021
• Nicholas Schnell, 2017
• TJ Collett, 2015
Justin O’Connor, 2009

All-Time Lineup 
1. Maxwell Clark, CF
2. Micah Johnson, 2B
3. Scott Rolen, 3B
4. Adam Lind, DH
5. Nicholas Schnell, RF
6. Tucker Barnhart, C
7. Clint Barmes, SS
8. Todd Dunwoody, LF
9. AJ Zapp, 1B
10. Eric Bruntlett, EH

SP: Lance Lynn
Closer: Drew Storen

Hitting Reserves:
Drew Ellis, Rob Bowen, Eric Riggs, JD Closser, Cameron Perkins, Troy Montgomery, TJ Collett
Pitching Reserves:
2. Clayton Richard
3. Tommy Hunter
4. Josh Lindblom
5. Alex Meyer

Bullpen: Joe Thatcher, Mitch Stetter, Drey Jameson, Zack Thompson, Parker Dunshee, Aaron Heilman, Heath Phillips

Top-Ranked 2022 Players:
21. Andrew Dutkanych IV (Vanderbilt)
488. Tyler Cerny (Indiana)

Top-Ranked 2023 Player:
1. Maxwell Clark (Vanderbilt)
80. Andrew Wiggins (Indiana)
343. Drayk Bowen (Notre Dame)

Top Current Ranked 2024 Player: 
108. Nash Wagner (Alabama)
311. Ahmaad Duff (Alabama)
358. Bradley Ferrell (Uncommitted)
401. Richard Cromartie (Uncommitted)
403. Kade Langhorst (Uncommitted)
451. Brayton Thomas (Indiana)

Scouting Highlights:
The Indiana Bulls have been a pipeline for college baseball programs as well as MLB organizations in its 30-year history. This is is no more prevalent than by the 187 drafted players, 12 of whom were first-round selections, and the multitude of college commitments they currently have and have had in the past. The new wave of athlete is highlighted by Maxwell Clark, who is currently the No. 1 overall player in the 2023 class. The Vanderbilt commit’s smooth left-handed swing and the ability to consistently make hard contact have led him to a .412 batting average with nine extra-base hits in 29 games played at Perfect Game events. He adds excellent defense in the field, making him the top prospect for his class with top-of-the-line upside. The 2024 class has plenty of depth, with six members being ranked inside the top-500, led by Nash Wagner. He is an Alabama commit and shows the potential as a high-end power pitcher, already touching 88 mph with his fastball at a Perfect Game event this past summer.  He has a big frame and could easily allow his fastball to sit in the low- to mid-90s as his career progresses. -Michael Reuter