Prep Baseball Report

PBR Fall Classic: Top Prospects - Underclass

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The PBR Fall Classic is the finale for the fall season at LakePoint Sports. This is the last chance we will get to see many of these players before the Preseason of high school ball. At this time of the year we are on the look out for players that we think emerge in the 2026 and 2027 class this spring. Last weeked we had a list of over 20 underclassman, and this week is no different. The underclass talent was on full display, as we highlight 15 players who made an impact at the PBR Fall Classic. 

Brett Hickson, OF, 2026, Brunswick
Hickson had a huge weekend, including a home run and a 3 RBI triple. He impressed at top of the order for the Georgia Burn, and the left-handed bat will be a high follow into the spring season. He first showed off the hand speed on a fastball up in the zone that he drove into the right center gap for a double. The frame is strong and athletic, and the swing is driven by a smooth load with his hands staying back allowing them to react to the pitch where ever it is thrown. He was 7 for 9 on the weekend with 9 RBI’s.

Dalton Kelley, INF, 2026, Calvary Day
Strong, stocky frame. Kelley drove in 3 runs on 2 hits in the first game of the tournament. He just missed a homerun to deep left, flying out on the warning track. He had a simplified approach with present power. This will be another good follow into the spring season.

Colt Howes, OF, 2026, Frederica Academy
Stands tall in the box from the left side. Howes was another player in the Burn line up with a simple approach. He stays in his legs, and lets the hands do the work. He runs well, and tracks the ball well in CF with good jumps.

Colby Tadder, C, 2026, Chiles (FL)
Tadder battled for one of the top bats in the event. He went 6 for 12 with 5 RBI’s and 5 runs scored, throwing out multiple runners from behind the plate. The athleticism was on full display behind the back stop. He moves with ease, and has a strong arm to go with it. The swing is smooth and effortless, utilizing the entire frame to produce power.

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