Prep Baseball Report

Indiana Bulls South Scout Day : Quick Hits

Cooper Trinkle
Lead Scout

On Sunday, February 25th, the PBR Indiana staff made the trip to Franklin, Indiana to host the Indiana Bulls South Scout Day at Powerhouse Athletics, an event held exclusively for players within the Indiana Bulls South program. 

The Indiana Bulls South players showcased their talents this past weekend and participated in a pro-style workout, gathering unrivaled access to data through our state-of-the-art tech partners, as well as in-depth scouting analysis from our Prep Baseball Indiana staff. Read along to find notes on the top perfomers of the day. 

Find the full statistical breakdown, HERE.

+ '25 OF Connor Osborne (Bloomington South) turned in a solid overall performance, showcasing a well-rounded toolset. Standing at 6-foot, 180 pounds with an athletic frame full of lean strength, Osborne showed off impressive bat strength within a balanced left-handed stroke, reaching a peak exit velocity of 98.2 mph. The swing works with quickness in a tight window and has proven to have success in a game setting. A 6.84 runner - Osborne profiles as a defensive asset in the outfield, a good runner with ample arm strength, reaching 90 mph from the outfield. The toolset is loud and the uncommitted outfielder shouldn't have an issue finding a home at the next level. 

+ '26 RHP/SS Dylan Pearson (Franklin Central) was a pop-up sophomore that emerged as an interesting '26 follow. I liked his bullpen session best, as he filled the zone at 82-85, touching 86 mph with a fastball that reached 16" of arm-side run. His changeup is firm, working at 78-80 mph, and he flashed a slurvey breaking ball at 69-71 mph. The delivery is athletic with controlled intent, and his arm swing is full with quickness to a lower 3/4 slot. There is compact strength within an athletic, 5-foot-11, 180 pound frame and Pearson also showed as one of the better hitters at the event. Setting up in a grounded, balanced stance, Pearson uses a quiet hand load with a controlled forward move before turning the barrel with authority on a slightly uphill plane. Pearson showed bat strength in his batting practice round, reaching a peak exit velocity of 96.5 mph, while flashing above average bat speed. 

+ '27 OF Jackson Burnett (Center Grove) is an interesting '27 follow that stood out during the batting practice portion of the event. Holding upside in an athletic, high-waisted, 5-foot-11, 160 pound frame - Burnett showed a mechanically sound swing, creating stretch at heel-strike and showing well-timed intent. Burnett turns an uphill barrel that works on-plane early in the hitting zone, reaching a peak exit velocity of 91.7 mph, and he is able to create true ball flight to the pull-side.

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