Oklahoma Future Games Roster: Infielders

Scott Hood
OK/MO/KS/ARK Assistant Scouting Director

Prep Baseball Report Oklahoma is proud to announce this year's group of infielders representing Team Oklahoma the Future Games.  This group of infielders have all shown high levels of productivity to go along with a strong skill set.  Make sure to follow along on social media all week for highlights from the Future Games as well as snapshots of individual performances.


Tanner Primeaux 1B / LHP / Jenks , OK / 2024

Primeaux has long been considered to be one of the more physical and run-producing left-handed bats in the area.  He has a knack for driving in runs in bunches using an entire field approach and will also project for more power in the future.  The 6-foot-6 and 235 pound first baseman will put his advanced barrel control skills on display as well as work some time on the mound this week.


Michael Barham 3B / RHP / Duncan , OK / 2024

Michael "Chago" Barham burst onto the scene this spring and was a big reason why Duncan walked away with the 5A State Championship.  Barham makes some of the hardest contact consistently with advanced strength at contact and strong barrel control.  



Owen Coil 2B / SS / Stillwater, OK / 2024

Coil had a breakout showing at the 2021 Future Games as a freshman and will look to replicate his success in 2022.  Coil has one of the shortest strokes in the state and will hit for more power than his size would suggest.  Coil is also an above average defender and shows real positional versatility being able to play all over the diamond.



Carson Brumbaugh SS / 2B / Santa Fe, OK / 2025

Brumbaugh showed off his elite defensive skills all Spring starting as the short stop on Varsity at Edmond Santa Fe.  This summer the bat has caught up to the defense and he is displaying a real knack for finding the barrel.  Brumbaugh also had one of the more impressive rounds of BP at the Underclass Games that saw consistent high 90's exit velocities.



Pryce Bender SS / RHP / Edmond North, OK / 2024

Bender has been a mainstay for Edmond North in the middle of the diamond and in the middle of the order.  Bender shows good athleticism both at the plate and in the field as well as being one of the more premiere arms to throw on the mound for Team Oklahoma this year.



Cale Sudderth 1B / OF / Lone Grove , OK / 2024

Sudderth will split his duties this week between some time at first base, in the outfield, and on the mound.  Very strong athleticism for a future corner guy with a 6.75 60 recently and one of the stronger arms defensively in OK.  Look for him to also continue to add more power to his game at the plate with present strength at contact from the left side.