Elite South 2025 Tournament - Stat Leaders


Brandon Hall
Mid-Atlantic Scouting Director

PBR was on hand on Saturday and Sunday, September 17 and 18, for the Elite South 2025 tournament.  Hosted at the Knothole Foundation's Tuckaseegee Dream Fields in Charlotte, NC, the field consisted of six teams with players from VA, NC, and SC.  Each team played a double header on Saturday to setup seeding for Sunday's bracket play where a champion was named.

The tournament field featured Legacy Baseball (SC), CBC 2025 (NC/SC), CBC 2026 (NC/SC), Team Virginia (VA), Queen City Corndogs (NC), and the Lake Norman Bulldogs (NC).  The event was setup for graduates from the 2025 and 2026 classes.  After day 1, Legacy Baseball and CBC 2026 secured the top two seeds and a bye into the semi-finals on Sunday.  As the day played out CBC 2025 won three games on Sunday and clipped Legacy Baseball in the finals to secure the weekend's championship.

Below we dive into some of the numbers from the weekend.  PBR Scouts were on hand throughout the weekend, taking notes on players and teams as well as capturing stats on players in the game settings.  All of the numbers in these leaderboards are from game settings.

 

Elite South 2025 Tournament - State Leaders

PBR was on hand on Saturday and Sunday, September 17 and 18, for the Elite South 2025 tournament.  Hosted at the Knothole Foundation's Tuckaseegee Dream Fields in Charlotte, NC, the field consisted of six teams with players from VA, NC, and SC.  Each team played a double header on Saturday to setup seeding for Sunday's bracket play where a champion was named.

The tournament field featured Legacy Baseball (SC), CBC 2025 (NC/SC), CBC 2026 (NC/SC), Team Virginia (VA), Queen City Corndogs (NC), and the Lake Norman Bulldogs (NC).  The event was setup for graduates from the 2025 and 2026 classes.  After day 1, Legacy Baseball and CBC 2026 secured the top two seeds and a bye into the semi-finals on Sunday.  As the day played out CBC 2025 won three games on Sunday and clipped Legacy Baseball in the finals to secure the weekend's championship.

Below we dive into some of the numbers from the weekend.  PBR Scouts were on hand throughout the weekend, taking notes on players and teams as well as capturing stats on players in the game settings.  All of the numbers in these leaderboards are from game settings.

 

Elite South 2025 Tournament - State Leaders

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Max Fastball

From game settings, these were the top fastball recorded by PBR Scouts.  PBR used a Stalker Sport Pro IIS during the game to capture velocity and spin rates on the arms throwing.

Rank Name State School Class Pos Max FB
1 Andrew Craddock SC Fort Mill High School 2025 RHP 84 mph
^ Caden Glauber SC Catawba Ridge 2026 RHP 84 mph
2 Logan Satter SC Clover 2026 C 83 mph
3 Ty Davis NC East Lincoln 2025 3B 82 mph
4 Nick Russo NC Weddington 2025 RHP 81 mph
5 Joshua Givens VA Auburn 2025 RHP 80 mph

 

Fastball Range

Rank Name State School Class Pos FB
1 Andrew Craddock SC Fort Mill High School 2025 RHP 80-84 mph
2 Caden Glauber SC Catawba Ridge 2026 RHP 79-83 mph
3 Logan Satter SC Clover 2026 C 78-83 mph
4 Ty Davis NC East Lincoln 2025 3B 78-82 mph
5 Nick Russo NC Weddington 2025 RHP 75-81 mph
6 Joshua Givens VA Auburn 2025 RHP 77-80 mph
7 Jared Lavergne VA Auburn 2025 OF 77-79 mph
8 Trace Monroe VA Salem 2025 LHP 76-79 mph
9 Cole Gutmann SC Indian Land 2025 LHP 75-79 mph
^ Benjamin Chuttey SC Nation Ford 2025 RHP 75-79 mph
^ Evan Myers NC Lincoln Charter 2025 LHP 75-79 mph
10 Luka Kadijevic NC Charlotte Latin 2026 LHP 73-78 mph
^ Jay Riddle SC Trinity Collegiate 2024 RHP 73-78 mph

 

Catcher Pop Times

Pop Times were taken between innings and in game.  For the between inning pop time to register on the list, the catcher and middle infielders needed to treat the pop time as "game-like" as possible.  In game pop times are also considered for this list, but typically the in-game pop times are slower than workout pop times or between inning pop times.

Rank Name State School Class Pos Pop Time
1 Samuel Schwamb SC Catawba Ridge 2025 C 2.18-2.19
2 Dylan Scott NC East Lincoln 2025 C 2.18-2.33
3 Will Henely NC Central Academy of Technology & Arts 2025 C 2.19-2.40
4 Wes Hill VA Franklin County 2025 C 2.33-2.50
5 Bransen Jones VA Brookville 2025 C 2.36-0.00

 

Home to 1st Times

PBR Scouts had the timer on runners working from home to 1st.  In game situations, there are times a runner may pull up, or may be rounding the bag, slowing their times.  For the purpose of this list, times were only used when players seemed to work to get all the way through the bag on balls that had plays at 1B.

Rank Name State School Class Pos H-1st
1 Liam Parsons NC East Mecklenburg 2026 C 4.51
2 Brent Laughter SC Fort Mill 2025 C 4.57
3 Ty Davis NC East Lincoln 2025 3B 4.60
4 Alex Blanchette SC Indian Land 2025 SS 4.66
5 Bransen Jones VA Brookville 2025 C 4.93

 

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Max Fastball

From game settings, these were the top fastball recorded by PBR Scouts.  PBR used a Stalker Sport Pro IIS during the game to capture velocity and spin rates on the arms throwing.

Rank Name State School Class Pos Max FB
1 Andrew Craddock SC Fort Mill High School 2025 RHP 84 mph
^ Caden Glauber SC Catawba Ridge 2026 RHP 84 mph
2 Logan Satter SC Clover 2026 C 83 mph
3 Ty Davis NC East Lincoln 2025 3B 82 mph
4 Nick Russo NC Weddington 2025 RHP 81 mph
5 Joshua Givens VA Auburn 2025 RHP 80 mph

 

Fastball Range

Rank Name State School Class Pos FB
1 Andrew Craddock SC Fort Mill High School 2025 RHP 80-84 mph
2 Caden Glauber SC Catawba Ridge 2026 RHP 79-83 mph
3 Logan Satter SC Clover 2026 C 78-83 mph
4 Ty Davis NC East Lincoln 2025 3B 78-82 mph
5 Nick Russo NC Weddington 2025 RHP 75-81 mph
6 Joshua Givens VA Auburn 2025 RHP 77-80 mph
7 Jared Lavergne VA Auburn 2025 OF 77-79 mph
8 Trace Monroe VA Salem 2025 LHP 76-79 mph
9 Cole Gutmann SC Indian Land 2025 LHP 75-79 mph
^ Benjamin Chuttey SC Nation Ford 2025 RHP 75-79 mph
^ Evan Myers NC Lincoln Charter 2025 LHP 75-79 mph
10 Luka Kadijevic NC Charlotte Latin 2026 LHP 73-78 mph
^ Jay Riddle SC Trinity Collegiate 2024 RHP 73-78 mph

 

Catcher Pop Times

Pop Times were taken between innings and in game.  For the between inning pop time to register on the list, the catcher and middle infielders needed to treat the pop time as "game-like" as possible.  In game pop times are also considered for this list, but typically the in-game pop times are slower than workout pop times or between inning pop times.

Rank Name State School Class Pos Pop Time
1 Samuel Schwamb SC Catawba Ridge 2025 C 2.18-2.19
2 Dylan Scott NC East Lincoln 2025 C 2.18-2.33
3 Will Henely NC Central Academy of Technology & Arts 2025 C 2.19-2.40
4 Wes Hill VA Franklin County 2025 C 2.33-2.50
5 Bransen Jones VA Brookville 2025 C 2.36-0.00

 

Home to 1st Times

PBR Scouts had the timer on runners working from home to 1st.  In game situations, there are times a runner may pull up, or may be rounding the bag, slowing their times.  For the purpose of this list, times were only used when players seemed to work to get all the way through the bag on balls that had plays at 1B.

Rank Name State School Class Pos H-1st
1 Liam Parsons NC East Mecklenburg 2026 C 4.51
2 Brent Laughter SC Fort Mill 2025 C 4.57
3 Ty Davis NC East Lincoln 2025 3B 4.60
4 Alex Blanchette SC Indian Land 2025 SS 4.66
5 Bransen Jones VA Brookville 2025 C 4.93

 

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