Southeast Senior Games - Team Georgia Overall Analysis


Phil Kerber
Georgia Scouting Director

The 2nd annual Southeast Senior Games took place on Monday, July 25th at LakePoint Sports in Emerson, GA. This event kicked off the busiest recruiting week of the summer for college coaches as it led directly into the PBR Future Games and PBR Junior Future Games. What was a six team event a year ago, has expanded to include eight teams and featured over 140 uncommitted prospects from 10 different states.

In the days that followed the event, we produced post-event analysis that included performance highlights inside of our Quick Hits story. That was followed by a deep dive into the statistical side of things with a number of content pieces. First, there was the Stats Story on the traditionally measured metrics. Then we went head first into the TrackMan numbers and Blast data.

We started out the individual scouting reports on Team Georgia by looking at the position players, followed by the pitchers. Today, we will wrap things up with a listing of the top-15 overall prospects from Team Georgia at the Southeast Senior Games.


Top Overall Prospects

Joseph Cable C / OF / River Ridge, GA / 2023

Positional Profile: C/OF One of the top uncommitted prospects in the state, big arm behind and big bat at the plate.
Body: 5-11, 180-pounds. Athletically built with lean strength throughout, physical, room for more.
Hit: RHH. Tall, open setup, loose rhythm in hands as they load back and wrists cock barrel, long stride to a balanced/power position, fluid throughout. Swing path is short and violent to the zone, level through with advanced bat speed, generates power with explosive lower half and hips, gap-to-gap hitter, ball jumps off the bat, creates back spin on driven fly balls, athletic hands consistently on plane and barreling the ball.
Power: 97.4 max exit velocity, averaged 85.5 mph. 366’ max distance. Huge power potential, consistent hard contact, over 50% of balls PIP over 90 mph.
Arm: RH. C - 82 mph. OF - 92 mph. Short, explosive arm action to an over-the-top slot, whippy, throws have easy carry, accurate down to second, quick release out of the crouch.
Defense: 1.88-1.94 pop times. C: Fields position like an athlete, plays through the ball with quick, fluid actions, soft receiver, feel for glove, quick exchange to the ear, stays low and explodes through the crouch. Good blocker, not afraid to get dirty. OF: Plays through, fields to the glove-side, quick footwork, back shuffles into throws, clean on exchanges.
Run: 6.97 runner in the 60.

Wesley Moore RHP / 1B / Home School, GA / 2023

Positional Profile: RHP One of the top uncommitted arms in the state, huge projection.
Body: 6-6, 195-pounds. Ultra projectable, long, lanky frame.
Delivery: Smooth drop and drive delivery, good pace throughout, high balance point and front-side, works on-line, lands square, finishes upright and crossing over.
Arm Action: RH. Short, loose arm action, quick arm speed, able to get out front on-time ,by staying short, and utilizes his long arms to get extended through a high 3/4 slot.
FB: T87.9, 83.7-86.4 mph. Riding life, velocity plays up with his extension, feel for to glove side and up in the zone. T2415, 2206 average rpm.
SL: 72.4-77.5 mph. Downer action, some sharp, can throw for strikes or bury for swing and misses. T2376, 2167 average rpm.
CH: 73.3-76.8 mph. Mostly straight, change of pace, deceptive, some sink. T2173, 1885 average rpm.

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