Prep Baseball Report

LakePoint Fall Standouts - Uncommitted 2020 LHPs

Phil Kerber
PBR Georgia

This fall Prep Baseball Report ran eight tournaments out of LakePoint Sports in Emerson, GA. Thousands of prospects, of all ages, descended upon the state-of-the-art, TrackMan equipped, full streaming capable, eight turf field complex. You can look back at previous scout notes by following one of these links: Labor Day ChallengePBR Fall OpenLakePoint Fall InviteThe PBR CupAdidas Three Stripe ClassicPBR Upperclass Fall World SeriesPBR Underclass Fall World Series, and PBR Fall Classic.

Today, and in the days following, we want to shine a spotlight on the prospects still look for a home, specifically uncommitted 2020s. We start with seven left-handed pitchers. Keep reading below for reports and video from each prospect's last appearance at LakePoint.

Brendan Parks, LHP, North Atlanta (GA), 2020
10/20/19 - Uncommitted. One of the breakout stars of the PBR Fall Classic. Standing at 6-foot-2, 200-pounds, Parks has a strong, durable frame, a wide build with room to add strength throughout frame and firm up areas. Arm works loose and easy on the back-side out to a high ¾ slot. Drop and drive delivery, works on-line, lands square, finishes crossing over. Was dominant in his start against Allatoona. Fastball sat 86-88, touching 89 (2380-2460rpm), controlled the zone with, induced swing and misses with, blew it by hitters often. Mixed in a 12/6 curveball at 72-75 (2280-2325rpm), showed depth, maintained arm speed and slot creating deception. Kept hitters guessing. 

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(10/20/19 - PBR Fall Classic)

Caleb Jones, LHP, Cheatham County (TN), 2020
9/27/19 - Uncommitted. 5-foot-11, 160-pound left-handed pitcher, broad shoulders on top of a lean frame, will add more weight as he continues to mature. Arm works clean and loose to a ¾ slot, shows some on the back-side, quick arm speed. Tall and fall delivery, keeps everything on line landing square and finishing athletically. Fastball sat 83-85, touched 86 early in his outting. Manipulated his breaking ball between 12/6 and 2/8, 71-73. Used a 12/6 more frequently against left-handed hitters and would go inside with a 2/8 to right-handed hitters.

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(9/27/19 - Adidas Three Stripe Classic)

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