Prep Baseball Report

West Georgia Campus Tour: Quick Hits

Hudson Graham
Georgia Scouting Director

On Oct. 28, PBR Georgia traveled to West Georgia University for the first stop on the fall campus tour series. With this being the first-ever fall showcase in the area, it introduced our staff to new need-to-know players in the state that we’d not yet seen before, as well as provided us with updated looks at players who’ve earned our attention in the past.

Today, we’ll highlight several standouts and performances from Saturday’s showcase in Carrollton. 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 West Gerogia University. Each of the prospects below are uncommitted unless stated otherwise.

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Quick Hits

+ Evan Moody, OF/RHP, 2026, Carrollton
6-foot-0 190-pounds. We last saw Moody in a showcase setting in May, and had the chance to see him numerous times throughout the summer in game. He has improved all metrics, and has added obvious size and strength. He produced some of the most consistent contact during his BP round, staying in the middle of the field barreling balls at 95 EV to dead center with multiple balls that landed beyond the 350 ft mark per Trackman. After putting up an 88mph OF velo he hopped on the mound and was 86 with a clean and efficient delivery. Moody is an exciting two-way athlete that will be one to see this spring at Carrollton.

+ Kaleb Binion, 1B, 2026 Carrollton
6-foot- 180-pounds. Binion showed well on the mound and at the plate. He has present pull side pop with a strong frame with more in the tank. He consistently barreled balls off the right field wall with an 87.2 AVG exit velo and a max of 93.2. He found the sweet spot of the barrel 75%
with a max distance of 350ft. On the mound he was low 80’s with a consistent delivery and deceptive arm a lot that sneaks up on hitters.

+ Robert Parker, SS, 2024, LaGrange
5-foot-11 165-pounds. Parker is a high level 2024 uncommitted prospect that will make a team better at the next level. He looks the part with an athletic frame, and mature actions. He produced consistent line drive contact during BP with a wide base and simple approach. The actions at shortstop are smooth and effortless. Parker will be a big late add for a school that decides to pick him up.

+ Rob Skinner, 3B, 2025, LaGrange
6-foot 170-pounds. Skinner is an exciting 2-way prospect headed into his junior year. He displayed strength throughout his game. On the mound he was up to 85, showing strong command in the zone with the fastball. The curveball was high spin at 2200+ with sharp, late actions. He posted both the top OF and INF velo at 89 and 87. Skinner will be a good follow into the spring, and into summer as a strong uncommitted prospect.

+ Dylan White, SS, 2026, Prince Avenue Christian
5-foot-9 160-pounds. White is an exciting young prospect that already has impressive actions in the field, and a simple swing to build on. He moves effortlessly with soft hands and a clean transfer at short. He will look to contribute for Prince Avenue Christian this spring in their efforts to go back to back.

+ Makale Harris, 1B, 2025, Crawford County
6-foot 215-pounds. Harris impressed on Saturday, improving every metric from his last event in June. He sits on top of the exit velo leaderboard at 101.5mph. He has added strength to the frame, and has made some major improvements at the plate. He has a much wider base with a small leg kick that loads the back side and allows him to explode through the baseball.