MO Fall Underclass Games Quick Hits

Kevin Moulder
Missouri Scouting Director


Sunday September 12th, PBR Missouri hosted the MO Fall Upperclass and Underclass Games in Columbia Missouri. The event featured 85+ players from across the state. Below we focus on some of the standouts from the Underclass Games portion of the event. The MO 2024 and 2025 classes have made strong early impressions performing extremely at national events such as the Junior Future Games. The collection of talent at this fall's event was strong, filled with both players new to PBR events and players that have been to national level events.


Evan Damario C / RHP / Rockhurst, MO / 2025

A strong bodied catching prospect, Demario demonstrates a strong throwing arm from behind the plate and plus receiving skills with balls sticking to him. Offensively he has a chance to be a middle of the lineup type bat with the ability to drive the ball especially to the pull side (TrackMan exit vlo 89). Damario is a highend catching talent to know in the 2025 class.

Carson Ramos C / Timberland, MO / 2025

Is emerging as one of the top defensive catcher in the class. The strong armed catcher has a quick release to go with the arm, delivering pop times in the 1.97-2.07 range. Offensively he has stregnth in his swing which produces natural carry on the balls off his bat.


Kenton Unruh OF / 1B / Staley, MO / 2024

Unruh has quickly established himself as one of the top hitters in the 2024 class. At the plate he shows bat speed and stregnth in the swing.


Derrick Pitts OF / SS / Christian Brothers College, MO / 2024

Had an impressive showing, using his all around skill set. Pitts has a long athleitc frame, ran a 7.09, who was smooth ranging to balls in the outfield while showcasing a strong throwing arm (86 mph from the OF). Offensively he has leverage in the seing and plus bat speed.

Tyler Wood RHP / OF / Rockhurst , MO / 2025

One of the higher profile players in the MO '25 class already Wood was the lone player in the Missouri '25 class to make an appearnace on the Missouri Future Games team doing so on the mound where he had a succesfful outing in front of a large scouting presence. On the mound he should well but a tick below his summer performance still an impressive 82-84 from a long athletic frame. Also, showcasing a loud tool set as a position player running a 6.95 60 while showing power in BP including 96 mph exit velocity.

Chase Porter OF / Kearney, MO / 2025

Had an eye opening day starting with an event best 6.71 60 time. The speedy outfielder was athletic getting to the ball defensively while showing an average arm.  The quick twitched Porter showed some pop with an exit velocity of 90 mph. Porter will be one of the top outfielders to keep an eye on moving forward.


Tytus Cissell SS / OF / Francis Howell, MO / 2024

One of the states top athletes in the class, Cissell had a good all around day at the MO Underclass Games. The switch hitter shows the ability to drive the ball from both sides of the plate while showing elite bat speed. Defenseivley he shows plenty of range at SS and a strong throwing arm (81 mph across the infield) while also showing to be a plus runner. While there is plenty of room to add stregnth to his frame 6'1 athletic frame.


Leo Humbert OF / LHP / Francis Howell , MO / 2025

A two-way talent Humbert had a loud round of BP, showing topend bat speed and strength posting a 94 mph TrackMan exit velocity that produced consistent hard hit linedrives. On the mound the lefty filled up the zone with a 3-pitch mix with a fastball working 79-81 and two solid secondary offerings a curveball and changeup. All making him one of the top talents in the state for his class.


Tanner Warner RHP / Liberty , MO / 2024

A thick strong bodied arm that was one of the top arms at the MO Fall Underclass Games Warner pounded the zone with a low 80's fastball topping out at 84 mph, while showing a plus breaking ball.


Adam Kilburn RHP / 3B / Oakville , MO / 2025

Showed one of the top throwing arms on the day both on the mound and across the diamond on the infield. On the mound he used an athletic delivery pitching 81-84 with his fastball while showing both a curveball thrown at 64-66 and a slider 70-71. Kilburn should be viewed as one of the top arms in the Missouri class to follow.



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