Prep Baseball Report

Super 60 Preview: North Carolina Sending 3 Top Prospects

Brandon Hall
NC / Mid-ATL Director of Scouting

The Super 60 has quickly become the premier winter draft event in the country.  Each year, the first weekend in February sees close to 100 of the top high school draft prospects from that year converge on Chicago, IL.  Prep Baseball hosts the event in a facility that allows for a full infield, space so players can run a full 60, plus outfielders are able to stretch their arms over 200' and during BP, hitters are able to see the ball fly close to 200' off the bat.

The Super 60 will see scouts from every MLB organization, with many clubs bringing several of their top evaluators.  Several Super 60's in the past have seen their fair share of scouting directors and upper level evaluators in the crowd.  With the talent that the Prep Baseball Scouting staff in each territory has put together, and the work of Shooter Hunt, Prep Baseball's National Scouting Supervisor, the 2024 Super 60 will be on of the best to take place.

This year, three draft prospects from North Carolina will be working out at the Super 60.  The No. 1 ranked player in North Carolina's 2024 class, Perry Hargett will be joined by the No. 2 ranked RHP in North Carolina, Camron Seagraves, and the top ranked catcher in the state, Ryan Schwartz.  

Below we walk through the prospects of each Super 60 player from NC and give a glimpse of what will be on display on the national stage.  You can see the full roster for the 2024 Prep Baseball Super 60 HERE.

North Carolina Prospects at the Super 60

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