Future Games: Team Tennessee Corner Infielders


Colton Provey
Tennessee Director of Scouting

Team Tennessee's 2019 PBR Future Games experience was a great one, as the 2019 group finished the weekend 0-2-1 with tight games against the top talent from Mid-Atlantic, Missouri, and Kentucky. Although the team didn't get in the win column, Team Tennessee players made some serious impressions on the hundreds of college coaches in attendance at the event (320 to be exact). Over the next few days, Tennessee Scouting Director Colton Provey and PBR Tennessee staff will recap Team Tennessee’s weekend with notes and observations from the prospects in attendance, broken down by position group.

Team Tennessee Positional Breakdown Write Ups

Middle Infielders

Catchers

Outfielders

Corner Infielders

Right Handed Pitchers

Left Handed Pitchers + 2-Way

 

PBR Future Games/Team Tennessee Stat Analysis

Team Tennessee Position Stats

Team Tennessee Pitcher Stats

PBR Future Games Position Stats

PBR Future Games Pitcher Stats

Today the staff breakdown the four corner infielders that donned the orange and white for Team Tennessee at the 2019 PBR Future Games.

Team Tennessee: Corner Infielders

Tyler Harrington 3B / 1B / Briarcrest, TN / 2021

60: 7.09 INF Velo: 86 Exit Velo: 94 

The 6-foot-1, 190-pound vocal corner infielder impressed in all facets throughout the week. During the showcase workout, Harrington impressed with an 86 INF Velo and 94 Exit Velo. During batting practice, Harrington exhibited a great hit and power tool by driving baseballs to the gaps, tallying four pull-side homeruns during his round. In game action, Harrington went 2 for 6 (1B/ 2B) w/ 4 quality at bats in 6 plate appearances. Showed good swift feet, stealing two bases easily in game 1.  Defensively, showed great hands, smooth transitions, and above average arm. Profile projects as cornerstone player w/ middle of the order production and great glovework at the hot corner.  

Ty Bailey 1B / 3B / Lebanon, TN / 2021

60: 7.01 INF Velo: 82 Exit Velo: 95 OF Velo: 86

The 6-foot-2, 190-pound quick-twitch corner infielder and outfielder continued to impress as he showcased 95 mph exit velo and 86 mph velo from the outfield.At the plate, smooth swing from the right side w/ explosive bat speed. During BP, showed apparent power to all fields with an effortless approach w/ multiple doubles deep in power alleys.  Went 1 for 4  (1B/ 2 BB) w/ 3 quality at bats in 6 plate appearances. Also added a stolen base courtesy of swift swim move slide. Defensively, moved well and showed range at both first and in the outfield. Profile projects as well-rounded player who can impact game w/ multiple tools.  

Bryson Trammell 3B / OF / Bearden, TN / 2021

60: 7.07 INF Velo: 81 Exit Velo: 86

The 6-foot-4, 195-pound long and lean third baseman showed a collection of tools. In the field, Trammell displayed an impressive first step to go along w/ a quality glove and arm at both 3B/Corner OF.  At the plate, smooth rhythm w/ bat staying in zone for a long time. Drove the baseball gap-to-gap during BP. In the game, Trammell went 1 for 5 (1B/BB) w/ 3 quality at bats in 6 plate appearances. Advanced approach and presence at the plate for the LHH w/ knack for finding barrels. Will be serious OPS threat at the next level as he adds muscle to his high potential frame. Profile projects as left handed slugging 3B w/ flexibility to play corner OF. 

Cade Reynolds 1B / C / Christ Presbyterian Academy, TN / 2021

60: 7.47 INF Velo: 77 Exit Velo: 89 

The 6-foot-1, 200-pound thick-wristed 1st baseman showcased his upside pull side power, destroying balls middle-in. Hitting in an open stance w/ good positive movement and barreling baseballs gap-to-gap. In game action, went 0 for 5 (1 HBP) w/ 1 quality at bat in 6 plate appearances. Also, scored one run on the weekend. In the field, was very comfortable moving around the bag w/ good feet and instincts while flashing adequate arm.  Profile projects as tough, offensive first baseman w/ adequate defense and intangibles. 

College coaches needing more information, please contact TN Director of Scouting Colton Provey ([email protected])