Before I begin, please don't mind my username as this account was not made recently and I was not thinking about a more appropriate way to name it. Anyhow, I am a 2020 RHP/SS who recently went to an underclass Perfect Game showcase. I ran a 7.45 60 with a 1.77 10 SPL (not the best runner). However, I had a good round of fielding during the workout and topped at 82 mph across the infield. I didn't boot anything either, and all my throws were relatively accurate. I didn't have the best round of hitting; I fouled off 4-5 pitches before I hit the other 5 very well for line drives pretty deep into the outfield. My exit velo, unfortunately, later came back as a not-so-brilliant 74 mph. Finally we played 2 games: in my first game I made 2 nice plays in the field but struck out and beat out an infield hit at the plate. The next day, for our second game, I pitched 4 innings, topped at 81 mph from the mound, had 6 Ks in those 4 innings, and I showed a curveball at 67 mph and a changeup at 72 mph that both worked very effectively on the day. An article was written about my pitching performance:
"Feel for the mound, had a three pitch mix that could all be thrown for strikes. Changeup is his go to pitch which had late drop and missed barrels. Threw 4 innings with 6 K's"
I had the best fastball velocity of anyone in my grad class and the second best infield velocity. I was told the director of the event really liked the way I pitched, and I also received multiple emails the day after I was done with the event from various coaches inviting me to certain places due to seeing me at the showcase.
My question is, do I stand a chance at making the Top Prospect List for the event and/or getting an 8 or higher PG Grade?
Thank you so much for taking the time to read through and give some thought.