Future Games: Team Tennessee Outfielders


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 three outfielders that donned the orange and white for Team Tennessee at the 2019 PBR Future Games.

Team Tennessee: Outfielders

Carson Chavies OF / 3B / Collierville, TN / 2021

60: 6.99 OF Velo: 83 Exit Velo: 79

The 5-foot-11, 155-pound switch-hitting outfielder was a production machine at the plate all weekend. In game action, Chavies went 2 for 3 (2 1B/ 3 BB/ 1 SF) w/ 6 quality at bats in 7 plate appearances.  He also added a stolen base and an RBI to the stat sheet.  During the showcase, posted a top five 60 time for Team Tennessee and showed a nearly identical stroke from both the left and right sides of the dish.  Line drive power w/ developing gap to gap as he adds to frame. Defensively, played all three OF positions w/ good range and solid arm.  Profile projects as switch-hitting table setter CF/LF w/ above average speed and arm.  

Brendan Jones OF / LHP / Goodpasture Christian, TN / 2021

60: 6.73 OF Velo: 84 Exit Velo: 93

The 5-foot-10, 163-pound lefty outfielder displayed a variety of promising tools that project to the next level.  During the showcase, Jones posted Team Tennessee’s top 60 time plus a top four finish in exit velo.  Hitting in an athletic, balanced stance w/ simple load and great bat speed.  Jones impressed during BP w/ easy gap-to-gap power and balls jumping off the barrel.  Went 1 for 7 (2B) w/ 2 quality at bats in 7 plate appearances.  Jones also added a run and an RBI in game three.  Played all three outfields positions w/ great range and first jump.  Profile projects as true CF w/ smooth left-handed swing and premium speed.  

Pierre Seals OF / 3B / Houston, TN / 2021

60: 7.02 OF Velo: 89 Exit Velo: 91

The 5-foot-11, 185-pound physical outfielder was the only Team Tennessee player to log a hit in each game throughout the weekend.  Seals went 3 for 6 (2 1B/ 1 2B/ 1 BB) w/ 5 quality at bats in 7 plate appearances.  Showed advanced plate approach.  During the workout, Seals showcased a simple, explosive swing belting baseballs gap-to-gap with ease.  The hit and power tool pair nicely w/ a quick release, strong arm that gets good carry on throws.  Defensively, he played all three outfield positions w/ great arm and above average range. Profile projects as run-producing outfielder w/ strong physical game and variety of tools.  

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