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2022 Rising Stars State Games: Trackman Leaderboard


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PBR Florida Staff

The 2022 Rising Stars State Games took place October 29-30 at Eastern Florida State College in Melbourne, FL. The event featured players from the 2026-2027 classes participating in a pro-style workout and game on day one followed by two more games on day two in front of the PBR Florida Scouting Staff.

To view all the stats from the event, check out our Stats Story. Today we will highlight the different Trackman metric leaders from the 2022 Rising Stars State Games both hitting and pitching.

MAX FASTBALL & PEAK SPIN RATE

Rank Name State School Class Pos Velocity (max)
1 Randy Ruiz FL Windermere 2026 OF 86.0 mph
2 Ethan Trivison FL Jupiter 2026 LHP 84.0 mph
3 Lucas Farrar FL Berkeley Prep 2027 SS 83.8 mph
4 Tyler Ellis FL Trinity Christian Academy (JAX) 2026 1B 83.0 mph
5 Ilias Mamea FL St. Johns Country Day 2026 RHP 82.8 mph
6 Ethan DeJesus FL Sumner 2026 SS 81.3 mph
7 Cooper Riley FL Clearwater Central Catholic 2026 RHP 81.1 mph
8 Eli Millian FL East Lake 2026 RHP 80.9 mph
9 Angel Rodriguez FL Stoneman Douglas 2026 OF 80.6 mph
10 Tommy Glasspoole FL Ridgeview 2026 SS 79.5 mph

Rank Name State School Class Pos Spin Rate (max)
1 Lucas Farrar FL Berkeley Prep 2027 SS 2455 rpm
2 Tommy Glasspoole FL Ridgeview 2026 SS 2372 rpm
3 Tyler Ellis FL Trinity Christian Academy (JAX) 2026 1B 2338 rpm
4 Ilias Mamea FL St. Johns Country Day 2026 RHP 2298 rpm
5 Cooper Riley FL Clearwater Central Catholic 2026 RHP 2289 rpm
6 Ethan Trivison FL Jupiter 2026 LHP 2254 rpm
7 Brody Welborn FL IMG Academy 2026 SS 2246 rpm
8 Kingston Ebanks FL Olympia 2027 LHP 2233 rpm
9 Angel Rodriguez FL Stoneman Douglas 2026 OF 2220 rpm
10 Hector Rivera FL Jesuit 2026 3B 2219 rpm

Max Fastball Velocity: This metric calculates the speed of the pitch as it’s released from the pitcher’s hand.

Spin Rate: This metric calculates the rate of spin on the baseball as it leaves the pitcher’s hand, measured in revolutions per minute (rpm). Historical data shows that high-spin fastballs lessen the impact of gravity, allowing for more ‘rise’ (or less fall, in other words) as it carries through the zone. Low-spin fastballs typically indicate the pitch has greater horizontal action, often making it tougher to square up, but generally easier to make contact with, leading to more ground balls, while high-spin fastballs show a correlation with swings and misses.


AVERAGE FASTBALL INDUCED VERTICAL BREAK

Rank Name State School Class Pos IVB (avg)
1 Jayden Wise FL Eustis 2026 OF 18.3 in
2 Andrew Barr FL Lake Brantley 2026 RHP 18.1 in
3 Samuel Lighttiser FL University 2026 SS 17.5 in
4 Randy Ruiz FL Windermere 2026 OF 17.0 in
5 Ethan Cottom FL TNXL Academy 2026 OF 16.4 in
6 JD James FL Cardinal Mooney 2027 OF 16.3 in
7 Brody Welborn FL IMG Academy 2026 SS 15.6 in
8 Sebastian Prieto FL Jesuit 2026 1B 15.5 in
9 Kingston Ebanks FL Olympia 2027 LHP 15.4 in
10 Ethan DeJesus FL Sumner 2026 SS 15.3 in

Induced Vertical Break: Outlined on TrackMan's own website: "Distance between the height at which the ball crosses home plate and the height at which it would have crossed if it travelled in a straight line from release and were affected by gravity, reported in inches or centimeters."


AVERAGE FASTBALL HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT

Rank Name State School Class Pos HM (avg)
1 Bryce Niebrugge FL Lyman 2026 RHP 16.6
2 Hector Rivera FL Jesuit 2026 3B 16.5
3 Jomar Torres FL Gateway 2026 C 16.2
4 Grayson Klatman FL Westminster Academy 2026 RHP 15.4
5 Tommy Glasspoole FL Ridgeview 2026 SS 14.4
6 Eli Millian FL East Lake 2026 RHP 14.3
7 Cooper Riley FL Clearwater Central Catholic 2026 RHP 13.7
8 Sebastian Prieto FL Jesuit 2026 1B 13.3
9 JD James FL Cardinal Mooney 2027 OF 12.9
10 Bryce Besece FL Jesuit 2027 C 12.4

Horizontal BreakOutlined on TrackMan’s own website: “... horizontal movement is measured in inches between where the pitch actually crosses the front of home plate side-wise, and where it would have crossed home plate side-wise if had it traveled in a perfectly straight line from release. A positive number means the break was to the right from the pitcher’s perspective, while a negative number means the break was to the left from the pitcher’s perspective.”


AVERAGE SLIDER SPIN RATE

Rank Name State School Class Pos Spin Rate (avg)
1 Lucas Farrar FL Berkeley Prep 2027 SS 2337
2 Angel Rodriguez FL Stoneman Douglas 2026 OF 2299
3 Brody Welborn FL IMG Academy 2026 SS 2212
4 Grayson Klatman FL Westminster Academy 2026 RHP 2154
5 Ethan DeJesus FL Sumner 2026 SS 2119
6 Erick Robles FL Lake Mary 2026 SS 2082
7 Ilias Mamea FL St. Johns Country Day 2026 RHP 2048
8 Ethan Trivison FL Jupiter 2026 LHP 2025
9 Cooper Riley FL Clearwater Central Catholic 2026 RHP 2015
10 Jayden Wise FL Eustis 2026 OF 1987


AVERAGE CURVEBALL SPIN RATE

Rank Name State School Class Pos Spin Rate (avg)
1 Angel Rodriguez FL Stoneman Douglas 2026 OF 2548 rpm
2 Eli Millian FL East Lake 2026 RHP 2503 rpm
3 Andrew Barr FL Lake Brantley 2026 RHP 2479 rpm
4 Kingston Ebanks FL Olympia 2027 LHP 2018 rpm
5 Carter Campbell FL Mosley 2027 3B 2005 rpm
6 Grayson Klatman FL Westminster Academy 2026 RHP 2003 rpm
7 Tyler Ellis FL Trinity Christian Academy (JAX) 2026 1B 1911 rpm
8 Tommy Glasspoole FL Ridgeview 2026 SS 1682 rpm


AVERAGE CHANGEUP HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT

Rank Name State School Class Pos HM (avg)
1 Bryce Niebrugge FL Lyman 2026 RHP 20.0
2 Hector Rivera FL Jesuit 2026 3B 16.7
3 Tommy Glasspoole FL Ridgeview 2026 SS 15.0
4 Andrew Barr FL Lake Brantley 2026 RHP 13.9
5 Bryce Besece FL Jesuit 2027 C 12.6
6 Cooper Riley FL Clearwater Central Catholic 2026 RHP 12.2
7 Ilias Mamea FL St. Johns Country Day 2026 RHP 12.2
8 Jayden Wise FL Eustis 2026 OF 8.7
9 Alex Edisis FL Elite Squad Academy 2026 1B -6.9
10 Randy Ruiz FL Windermere 2026 OF 5.5


AVERAGE EXIT VELOCITY (HITTING)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Exit Velocity (avg)
1 Ilias Mamea FL St. Johns Country Day 2026 RHP 88.2 mph
2 Tyler Ellis FL Trinity Christian Academy (JAX) 2026 1B 86.2 mph
3 Randy Ruiz FL Windermere 2026 OF 84.7 mph
4 Erick Robles FL Lake Mary 2026 SS 84.6 mph
5 Ethan Savinon FL Undecided 2027 C 83.0 mph
6 Xavier Rodriguez FL Lake Howell 2026 1B 82.5 mph
7 Yavier Rosendo FL TNXL Academy 2026 SS 82.4 mph
8 Julian Navedo FL Palmetto Ridge 2026 3B 82.0 mph
9 CJ Wall FL TNXL Academy 2027 C 82.0 mph
10 Colin Thacker FL Windermere Prep 2026 C 81.1 mph

Exit Speed: Also according to TrackMan’s own website: “The speed of the ball, measured in miles per hour, as it comes off the bat at the moment of contact.”


PEAK EXIT VELOCITY (HITTING)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Exit Velocity (max)
1 Randy Ruiz FL Windermere 2026 OF 97.0 mph
2 Tyler Ellis FL Trinity Christian Academy (JAX) 2026 1B 95.7 mph
3 Ilias Mamea FL St. Johns Country Day 2026 RHP 95.2 mph
4 Parker Loew FL IMG Academy 2026 SS 95.0 mph
5 Xavier Rodriguez FL Lake Howell 2026 1B 94.0 mph
6 Colin Thacker FL Windermere Prep 2026 C 93.8 mph
7 Erick Robles FL Lake Mary 2026 SS 92.0 mph
8 Adolfo Camacho FL North Broward Prep 2026 OF 90.0 mph
9 Jose Taveras FL Lake Minneola 2026 C 89.4 mph
10 Julian Navedo FL Palmetto Ridge 2026 3B 89.0 mph


PEAK ESTIMATED BATTED DISTANCE (HITTING)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Distance (max)
1 Parker Loew FL IMG Academy 2026 SS 361 ft
2 Colin Thacker FL Windermere Prep 2026 C 353 ft
3 Randy Ruiz FL Windermere 2026 OF 351 ft
4 Ilias Mamea FL St. Johns Country Day 2026 RHP 339 ft
5 Tyler Ellis FL Trinity Christian Academy (JAX) 2026 1B 332 ft
6 Erick Robles FL Lake Mary 2026 SS 327 ft
7 Jackson Haughey FL Undecided 2027 OF 318 ft
8 Julian Navedo FL Palmetto Ridge 2026 3B 314 ft
9 Yavier Rosendo FL TNXL Academy 2026 SS 313 ft
10 Christopher Pedrinan FL Dr. Phillips 2026 1B 311 ft

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

SHOWCASE STATE DATE LOCATION
2022 Sophomore State Games (Invite-Only) FL 11/12 Eastern Florida State College
2022 PBR Florida Holiday Classic FL 12/17 Sanford Memorial Stadium
Super 60 Pro Showcase NATIONAL 02/05 The MAX - McCook, IL
2023 PBR Canada Spring Training Showcase FL 03/11 Launchpad Sports Complex