Many of New England's top high school and prep baseball prospects have been back it in varying capacities for at least the last month.
While each New England state has different guidelines and restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, it's safe to say many players have been participating in organized workouts for at least a month, and many prospects have played in either exhibition games or official contests for the past couple of weeks.
By now, coaches, recruiters and scouts have had a chance to see which players took advantage of the stay-at-home period by staying in shape and -- in some cases -- even adding to their respective skill sets. Although the high school and prep seasons were cancelled across New England, those players are now getting a chance to play travel ball, AAU or in individual showcase events.
Here is a list of players who have stood out over the last month. We will not include players being considered for the Area Code Games roster since we already broke down that list earlier this week.