LA Most Viewed Profiles: October 2022


PBR Louisiana Staff

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As November gets underway, our PBR LA staff takes a look at the top 10 most viewed Louisiana profiles of October. We are able to drill down into the data and track the number of reads thanks to Google analytics. 

*Click on each player's name or picture to see their full profile.



Most Viewed Profiles: October 2022

Marshall Louque SS / RHP / Lutcher, LA / 2025

Louque recently moved into the #1 overall spot in our last state rankings update for the 2025 class, after a stellar spring and summer.  The Lutcher HS product recently announced his commitment to Louisiana State University.

 

 

Devyn Downs SS / RHP / Sterlington, LA / 2027

We had the opportunity to see Downs at our Lake Charles event this summer at Barbe HS and he showed a lot of upside and promise.  The future Sterlington HS product worked his fastball up to 83 mph and Downs recently announced his college commitment to Louisiana State University.

 

 

Reece Roussel 2B / OF / Brother Martin, LA / 2025

Roussel looks to make an impact in what will be his sophomore year this spring for the Crusaders of Brother Martin.  He attended our State Games this fall and had a good showing, collecting two hits during gameplay.

 

 

Brooks Wright OF / OF / Catholic (BR), LA / 2024

We've talked about Wright a lot ever since he bursted onto the scene this past summer at our Top Prospect Games and Future Games.  After going on a couple of visits, the Catholic BR HS product announced his commitment to the University of Houston.

 

 

Evan Burg OF / RHP / Archbishop Rummel, LA / 2025

Burg became a guy to keep an eye on after a good performance at our New Orleans Open this past summer.  The Rummel HS product continued to show well at our State Games this fall, where he collected a double during gameplay.  Soon after the event, he announced his commitment to Tulane University.

 

 

Dominic Pellegrin SS / 2B / Holy Cross, LA / 2026

We had heard about Pellegrin last spring, as he made an impact for Holy Cross as just an 8th grader, where he hit in the middle of their order and played shortstop.  He attended our State Games and showed his tough and hard-nosed style of play, which is something that attracted the Tulane coaching staff and Pellegrin announced his commitment to the Green Wave soon after the event.

 

 

Howard Dobson III 3B / RHP / Catholic, LA / 2024

Trip was a fixture in the Catholic BR HS lineup last spring, hitting in the middle of their order and coming out of the bullpen, as the Bears went on to win the LHSAA Division I State Title.  Dobson most recently committed to the University of Houston, where he will join fellow teammate Brooks Wright.

 

 

Dalton Sabathe C / OF / Pearl River , LA / 2025

The Pearl River HS product was relatively unknown at the start of last spring, but made an impression on our staff at our Southeast LA Preseason ID at Mandeville HS.  A defense first backstop; Sabathe is an excellent receiver and thrower with a quick transfer and athletic footwork.  

 

 

Shelby Anders SS / 2B / St. Michael the Archangel, LA / 2023

Anders was a member of our Southeast Senior Games squad this past summer at the Lakepoint Sports Complex.  He most recently attended our Louisiana Fall ID at Catholic BR HS and continued to show improvements across all areas of his game.

 

 

Camden Sunstrom RHP / 3B / University, LA / 2024

"Sunny" had one of the more dominant seasons on the mound last spring for University Laboratory HS, which earned him an invite to the Future Games.  In his outing at the Future Games, Sunstrom was dominant, as he allowed 0 earned runs across his three innings pitched, while striking out three.  He recently announced his commitment to the University of Southern Mississippi.

 

 

 

 

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