Prep Baseball Report

Indy Sharks / On Deck Baseball Scout Day : Quick Hits

Cooper Trinkle
Lead Scout

On Sunday, February 25th, the PBR Indiana staff made the trip to Roundtripper Sports Academy in Westfield, Indiana to host the Indy Sharks / On Deck Baseball Scout Day. This event was held exclusively for players within both the Indy Sharks, and On Deck Baseball programs. 

Over 40 players between the two programs 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.

+ '27 RHP/C Brock Ballesteros (Harrison) is an upside freshman that has a chance to develop into a very solid prospect. Projectable at 6-foot-2, 165 pounds, the arm is a bit ahead of the bat at the moment. The high-waisted right-hander moves down the slope with control and easy effort, allowing a loose arm to work to a high 3/4 release point. The fastball works at 77-80, touching 81 mph, and it is easy to make future velocity projections on this young arm. He is able to command a slurvey, 66-67 mph breaking ball and he also flashed a 74-77 mph changeup. Offensively, Ballesteros shows projectable bat strength with an exit velocity that already reaches 93.5 mph. A 7.16 runner, the swing is simple, getting into the ground early, and he shows the ability to consistently get the barrel to the front of the zone.

+ '25 SS Nash Watson (Noblesville) provided a solid all-around performance. Turning in a 6.87 60 - Watson showed a quick, handsy swing from the left side of the dish that is geared towards line drive contact. A middle of the diamond infielder, Watson's feet work quick and his arm strength is above average, reaching 83 mph across the infield. 

+ '25 RHP/OF Brendan Boynton (Lawrence North) is a strong, proportional, 6-foot-1, 205 pound two-way performer that showed well. On the mound, Boynton worked his fastball at 83-84 mph from a 4'2" release height, using a lower 3/4 arm angle. He showed a sweeper-type slider at 69-71 mph, profiling well with the fastball, and he created 13" of sweep while averaging just 1" of depth. To round out a three-pitch mix, Boynton showed an above average changeup at 76-78 mph. I like him on the mound best, but he showed bat strength at the dish with a rotational swing that produced a peak exit velocity of 98.7 mph. 

+ '25 RHP Myles Enos (Delta) posted the most impressive Trackman metrics of any arm at the event. A sturdy, 6-foot-2, 220 pounder - Enos worked his carry fastball at 84-85 mph, averaging 18.7" of IVB. His slider shows a sweeper profile, sitting 68-71 mph with up to 18" of sweep and just 3" of depth. Able to manipulate spin, Enos also flashed a two-plane curveball at 65-68 mph. Rounding out a strong four-pitch mix, Myles killed spin on a 76-78 mph splitter, averaging under 1400 RPM with a pitch that reached 13" of arm-side horizontal break. The arm works with some quickness to a high 3/4 slot, and he lands square and repeats the delivery to finish with balance. 

+ '25 OF Evan Haas (Hamilton Southeastern) was one of the better position players at the event. Standing at 5-foot-11 and 185 pounds with a frame packed with lean strength, Haas turned in the best run time of the event - a 6.83 60 yard dash. The left-handed hitting outfielder showed a short, handsy swing that produced line drive ball flight and a max exit velocity of 95.8 mph. 

+ An interesting '26 follow that emerged at this event was SS Jaxden Wims (Lawrence North). The 5-foot-11, 165 pound middle infielder showed clean defensive actions in the infield portion of the event and then took a solid round of batting practice, reaching a peak exit velocity of 91.1 mph. There is balance in the left-handed stroke and the barrel comes through the zone on a level plane. Adding strength will pay dividends for the sophomore shortstop. 

Other Notable Performers