Prep Baseball Report

Boise Preseason ID: Quick Hits

Brett Harrison
West Coast Supervisor


On Saturday, February 11th, the Prep Baseball Idaho staff hosted the year with the Boise Preseason ID. This event featured a ton of uncommitted talent among the players in attendance, including several unsigned seniors who should be on the radar of college coaches as the 2024 class continues roll off the board.

Like all of our events, players participated in a pro-style workout in front of our staff and collected unrivaled data in the process through our top-of-the-line tech partners. These events also serve as identifiers for future invite-only events, like the Idaho State Games, Future Games, Jr. Future Games, West Coast Games, West Coast Pro Case and more.

For all of the statistics from this event, click HERE.

Now, at the event’s conclusion, our staff has combed through our notes from the day and put together these ‘Quick Hits’. Below you will learn more about the prospects that stood out from the Boise Preseason ID.


Boise Preseason ID: Quick Hits

Dillon Fine 3B / RHP / Homedale , ID / 2024

The Utah commit impressed during his first time out with Prep Baseball Idaho, running his fastball up to 89.3 mph with a quick, compact arm cycle from a high ¾ slot. He showed polished command and feel of his secondary mix that included a slider (16.7 inches of Horizontal Movement), a curveball that showed late, 11/5 action and a changeup that flashed up to 21.4 inches of Induced Vertical Break. At the plate, he produced one of the days top batting practice sessions with loud barrels to the big part of the yard. His 24.6 mph Blast Motion Hand Speed and 77.3 mph Average Bat Speed helped him produce a 94.2 mph Max TrackMan Exit Velocity and the event’s Top Average Exit Velocity at 86.9 mph. Fine will be one to keep an eye on as not only an early impact prospect for Utah, but a pro prospect who could hear his name called July’s MLB Draft.


Ian Lenius LHP / OF / Middleton, ID / 2025

The future Ute put his obvious physical gains on display during his bullpen session with improved proportionate strength throughout his now 6-foot-0, 175 pound frame. The progression in his four pitch mix was noticeable with command and feel for each with his fastball running up to 87.2 mph on a brisk day, but the improved polish on his secondary mix was his biggest improvement. His slider tunneled well off his fastball with later, tight action, while his curveball showed more depth, located down in the zone and his changeup flashes heavier action with 16.9 inches of IVB and 14.0 inches of Horizontal Movement. Lenius is another high end Idaho arm that could start to drum up potential pro talks as his velocity continues to trend and projects to continue improving into the Spring and Summer seasons.


Cade Burnham SS / 2B / Mountain View , ID / 2025

Burnham produced arguably the days top overall performance with advanced actions on both sides of the ball, but shining during his Batting Practice Session as well as flashing improved lateral defensive range during the defensive portion. The Mountain View junior has added obvious physical strength to his 5-foot-10 frame which has translated throughout his game, especially in the arm strength category where posted the event’s top infield velocity at 86 mph while showing his ability to change arm slots when needed to maintain fluidity. A 2025 to have on your radar heading into the Spring.


Boomer Collins SS / RHP / Middleton, ID / 2025

Collins comes off a successful 2023 Summer campaign that culminated in his standout performance for Team Idaho at the 2023 West Coast Games. The middle infielder has added strength to his developing frame with more size expect to come. Collins got the offensive portion of the event started with a line drive filled batting practice session with present maturity in his approach, understanding his game as a catalyst at the top of the batting order. Defensive, he showcase his cleaned up actions with easy lateral range that projects to broaden as he continues to improve his foot speed.


Ryder Scheibe RHP / OF / Emmett , ID / 2025

Scheibe is another two-way prospect who put together a big performance at the Boise Preseason ID, getting his day started off with a batting practice session that showcased his ability to drive the ball to all fields. Improved barrel awareness and flashes of power potential, the Emmett product will be one to have on your radar this Spring. On the mound, he showed improved feel for each of his pitches, especially his secondary pitches that were more polished with more action on each of them expects as his velocity climbs throughout the Spring.


Jeremiah Keithley 1B / OF / Middleton, ID / 2025

Arguably the biggest winner at the Boise Preseason ID was Jeremiah Keithley, who put together one of the most impressive BP Session of the entire event. The 6-foot-4, 210 pound junior has seen his power potential turn into present power with 95+ mph TrackMan Exit Velocities produced with even more power expects to come. His present athleticism around the bag at 1B has also progressed with improvements in his footwork adn increase consistency in his receiving/handling the ball in the dirt, saving potential errors. Keithley is primed for a breakout Spring with a stacked Middleton group.


Jackson Wendt 1B / RHP / Rocky Mountain, ID / 2025

An impressive physical athlete, Wendt seems to just be tapping into the potential of what is to come for him. At 6-foot-4, 225 pound, his has advanced feel at the plate the ability to find the barrels consistently, producing a 94.5 mph TrackMan Exit Velocity. Wendt is another 1B that has improved his actions around and off the bag with the receiving skills also trending. Keep tabs on Wendt to make a big jump this Spring for Rocky Mountain.


Tav Hiaring C / 2B / Mountain View, ID / 2027

The 2023 Junior Future Games standout is a 2027 that will be on more than few radars over the next couple of years with advanced actions already present in his game. Getting his day started with a barrel filled batting practice session with improvements made in Exit Velocity, Hand Speed and Bat Speed. The catch and throw is an area that Hiaring has shown significant improvement in with more flexibility in is set up as well as quickness in his feet to get the ball out more efficiently, helping produce an event best 1.94 Prep Baseball Verified Pop Time.  



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