Prep Baseball Report

Kennesaw State Campus Tour: Quick Hits

Hudson Graham
PBR Georgia Scouting Director

Marietta, GA: On November 4th, PBR Georgia traveled to Kennesaw State University for the third on the fall campus tour series. We also had some Rising Stars prospects at the event as well. 

Today, we’ll highlight several standouts and performances from Saturday’s showcase in Kennesaw. You’ll see more content roll out throughout the week, such as our traditional stats story as well as leaderboards taken from TrackMan, Blast Motion, and Swift data, as our partners’ state-of-the-art technologies helped our staff identify even more players to know headed into the offseason and beyond.

For now, let’s take a look at the standouts from Saturday’s event at Kennesaw State University. Each of the prospects below are uncommitted unless stated otherwise.

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Quick Hits

Braegan Cravey, LHP/RHP, 2025, Bleckley County
6-foot-2 220-pounds. Ambidextrous pitcher.Cravey finished out the day on the mound at Kennesaw State on Saturday. From the right side the fastball was 85-88, with good life in the zone. From the left side he was low 80’s with some arm side run. The most impressive asset from Cravey was his ability to spin from both sides. The curveball has the same shape with spin rates that creep into the 2200’s. He also throws the change up from both sides with good action that plays off the fastball.

Bresden Fabirkiewicz, UTL, 2026, South Forsyth
5-foot-10 150-pounds. Bresden has recently seen a jump in height, helping add strength at all parts of his game. With the recent growth he now has a frame that he can build on with his already established baseball skill. He can play anywhere on the diamond. He rattled off one of the more consistent rounds of the day with line drives to all fields.

Ben Fussell, SS, 2026, Coffee County
5-foot-10 165-pounds. After seeing Fusell this fall we were excited to see him in a showcase setting before his sophomore high school season. He has always been a gamer, but now with added size he strength he can utilize the gamer mentality and strong metrics to make a statement headed into a pivotal recruiting year. The approach hasn't changed, he stays through the middle of the field, and now with added power we are seeing him drive balls gap to gap. In the field he is smooth and effortless with soft hands that can end up sticking anywhere on the field.

Drew Harmon, RHP, 2026, Sequoyah
6-foot-1 170-pounds. Harmon earned the top performance on the mound on Saturday. The progression has been impressive to see as Harmon was 83-84 in late May. He did not throw a ball under 85 during his pen, and was up to 87. He will be exciting to see this spring, and could easily be creeping into the 90’s this summer.

Aidan Harris, OF, 2025, Ola
6-foot 160-pounds. Harris found the barrel consistently, driving the ball to both gaps with a sweet spot rate of 75% during his round of BP. Harris is a complete player with solid metrics across the board. He has in game intangibles that will make him a strong uncommitted prospect headed into his junior year at Ola.

Colin Thomas, OF/RHP, 2026, Paideia School
6-foot 150-pounds. Thomoas showed off the arm strength with a 90pmh throw from the OF, and 85 from the INF. He has a naturally strong arm that he carried over to the mound. The arm slot is short and quick, with good spin into the 2200’s. The delivery is simple, and arm driven. There is much more in the the tank in the delivery, and will for sure be a follow as we head into spring.

Grant Chaffin, OF, 2028, Central
5-foot-9 145-pounds. One of the youngest players at the event, Chaffin got a star next to his name to be a high follow as he heads into high school next year. First saw Chaffin at LakePoint this fall, and consistently found the barrel and showed off the hit tool. Saturday he ran a 7.2 60–yard dash and threw 80mph from the outfield.