Prep Baseball Report

St. Louis Summer ID: Preview

Charles Frady
Illinois Intern

Tuesday, June 11th, the Prep Baseball Missouri team is hosting the St. Louis Summer ID at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri. This is an open event for all high school classes (2025-28), and gives our staff an ample look at the area's top players.

For a closer look at the showcase details and the technologies we'll have on-site to assist our in-person evaluation for all in attendance, click here. For a complete look at those registered to attend this event, view the most up-to-date version of the roster by clicking here.


This year's roster is already shaping up nicely, just like in years past.

SS/RHP Brady Schuler (Timberland, 2025) offers an athletic, uncommitted senior for our staff to evaluate. He has a lean 6-foot-3, 160-pound frame that has plenty of athletic intrigue. Defensively, the shortstop has solid actions with an arm up to 86 mph in the infield. Schuler's calling card is on the mound, as the right-handed pitcher in past events has showcased a fastball in the 83-84 mph range while flashing a 67-69 mph curveball that consistently found the zone and a fringy low-70s changeup. The uncommitted senior will look to improve his profile as a two-way prospect at Wednesday's event.

3B/RHP Ryan Kemper (Timberland, 2026) is a physical right-handed hitter who offers a 6-foot, 155-pound frame. In past events, he produced consistent quality contact in batting practice, seeing exit velocities up to 95.4 mph. Defensively, the third baseman has showcased a whippy sidearm arm action that has produced infield values up to 80 mph. The junior has also showcased a solid profile on the mound with an upper-70s fastball with a 63-65 curveball.

OF/RHP Eli Hall (Marquette, 2026) offers a compact, lean 5-foot-7, 140-pound build who makes the most of his frame. The right-handed hitter has a slightly closed setup with quiet actions. He utilizes a full-body load with the hands working back, incorporating a small toe tap and simple stride. Hall has a slightly uphill swing path that is short through the zone and generates a line drive contact. On the mound, the right-handed pitcher has a stretch-only delivery that works quick, with a full four-pitch arsenal that includes a low-70s straight-action fastball, a 12/6 curve, a slurvy 11/5 slider, and a firm upper-60s change piece.

Perusing the event roster, we’re set to meet a majority of players who’ve not yet attended a PBR showcase, and we’re eager to add more names to our follow lists.


Because of the high number of prospects set to attend Wednesday’s event, it is imperative that you read our showcase itinerary below, which will allow our staff to swiftly and efficiently educate and evaluate the players set to attend.

Additionally, in an effort to continue and develop contactless check-in strategies, upon arrival, players will scan a QR Code with their smart phone camera that will lead them to a Google Form. On that Form, players will enter their name (matching the spelling on their PBR profile) and hit submit. Upon submission, players will be prompted to click a link that will direct them to their jersey color and number, located next to their registered name.


Please bring snacks and drinks as events can run long, especially depending on your position.


  • All Position Players: 9:00 AM
  • All Pitcher Only's: 11:30 AM


Click here to learn more about our tech partners that have enhanced our players showcase experience. Partners like TrackMan, Vizual Edge, and Blast Motion have helped both our in-event evaluation process, as well the compilation of our post-event scouting reports – and they're also a tool for our players to learn more about their measured and collected data, that can be applied to improve upon their game.