Prep Baseball Report

TN Top Prospect Games: Data Dive, Position Players


Colin Chamblin
Deep South Operations & Area Scout

NASHVILLE, TN - The Prep Baseball Tennessee Top Prospect Games was held on Tuesday, May 28th at Vanderbilt University, followed by game play the next day on May 29th at Grace Christian Academy in Franklin, TN. This event was an invite-only event that consisted of some of the top players from the 2025-2027 classes from across Volunteer state. Players went through an extended pro-style workout that included batting practice using Trackman, ran the 60-yard dash using Swift Performance, and much more. Pitchers were able to get numbers and metrics on TrackMan during game play. There were some players who showed up and continued to build off of prior performances, but there were also some new names who jumped onto our radar with a strong showing at the event.

Continuing our post-event coverage for this event, we take a look at some of the standouts from the event. Below you will see the Positonal Player Leaderboards from the TN Top Prospect Games.

Click HERE to view all position stats from the event.

 

SYNCRO ATHLETIC TESTING

60-YARD DASH

Rank Name State School Class Pos 60-yd
1 Noah Wilson TN McCallie 2026 OF 6.44 s
2 Coleman Neas TN Stewarts Creek High School 2025 OF 6.63 s
3 Cy Longley TN Ravenwood 2026 OF 6.70 s
4 Luke Paciorek TN Ravenwood High School 2026 OF 6.76 s
5 Jayden Pearl TN BATTLE GROUND ACADEMY 2027 OF 6.77 s
6 Rylan Moses TN Goodpasture Christian 2025 OF 6.79 s
7 Weston Parker TN Christ Presbyterian Academy 2025 OF 6.80 s
8 Harrison Pollina TN Arlington 2026 RHP 6.85 s
^ Tyler Bennett TN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF KNOXVILLE 2025 SS 6.85 s
9 Jackson Allen TN Brentwood High School 2026 OF 6.89 s
10 Nick Riordan TN Knoxville Central 2026 SS 6.93 s
^ Cade Thorne TN Lebanon High School 2025 C 6.93 s

Traditionally, the 60-yard dash has been the in-event standard to help measure a player's speed tool. While the measurement still has its utility, the 10-yard split has started to become more and more applicable in determining the player's burst and reaction time in-game, whether that's in the outfield or on the basepaths.


TRACKMAN

EXIT VELOCITY (MAX)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Exit Velocity (max)
1 Davis Peralta TN LAKEWAY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY-LAKEWAY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 2025 C 106.3 mph
2 Will Brick TN Christian Brothers 2027 C 99.6 mph
3 Jayden Pearl TN BATTLE GROUND ACADEMY 2027 OF 99.0 mph
4 Christopher Brown TN THE ENSWORTH SCHOOL 2026 C 99.0 mph
5 KJ Anderson TN Cookeville 2027 C 98.7 mph
6 Cade Allen TN South Gibson County High School 2026 RHP 98.6 mph
7 Rhett Slagle TN Elizabethton High School 2026 RHP 98.2 mph
8 Tyler Bennett TN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF KNOXVILLE 2025 SS 98.0 mph
9 Rylan Moses TN Goodpasture Christian 2025 OF 97.7 mph
10 CJ Potter TN Watertown High School 2026 C 97.4 mph

EXIT VELOCITY (AVG.)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Exit Velocity (avg)
1 Davis Peralta TN LAKEWAY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY-LAKEWAY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 2025 C 97.2 mph
2 Christopher Brown TN THE ENSWORTH SCHOOL 2026 C 93.9 mph
3 Cade Allen TN South Gibson County High School 2026 RHP 91.2 mph
4 Tyler Bennett TN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF KNOXVILLE 2025 SS 90.9 mph
5 KJ Anderson TN Cookeville 2027 C 90.5 mph
6 Nick Riordan TN Knoxville Central 2026 SS 90.2 mph
7 Tommy Baker TN South Gibson County High School 2026 OF 89.7 mph
8 Gunner Skelton TN COLUMBIA ACADEMY 2026 SS 89.5 mph
9 Carter Hullett TN THE ENSWORTH SCHOOL 2027 C 89.5 mph
10 Rhett Slagle TN Elizabethton High School 2026 RHP 89.3 mph

Exit Velocity: This metric measures the speed of the ball, measured in miles per hour, as it comes off the bat at the moment of contact.

BATTED BALL DISTANCE (MAX)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Distance (max)
1 Jayden Pearl TN BATTLE GROUND ACADEMY 2027 OF 386 ft
2 Tyler Bennett TN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF KNOXVILLE 2025 SS 379 ft
3 Christopher Brown TN THE ENSWORTH SCHOOL 2026 C 369 ft
4 Rhett Slagle TN Elizabethton High School 2026 RHP 369 ft
5 Blake Lundy TN BAYLOR SCHOOL 2027 C 365 ft
6 Will Brick TN Christian Brothers 2027 C 364 ft
7 Jackson Allen TN Brentwood High School 2026 OF 363 ft
8 Davis Peralta TN LAKEWAY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY-LAKEWAY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 2025 C 363 ft
9 CJ Potter TN Watertown High School 2026 C 362 ft
10 Weston Parker TN Christ Presbyterian Academy 2025 OF 359 ft

SWEET SPOT%

Rank Name State School Class Pos Sweet Spot %
1 Ryan Newell TN Nolensville 2027 OF 100 %
2 Rocco Cimarosti TN Centennial High School 2025 OF 90 %
^ Gavin Schramm TN Spring Hill High School 2026 SS 90 %
3 Camden Suggs TN Davidson Academy 2025 RHP 88 %
^ Gunner Skelton TN COLUMBIA ACADEMY 2026 SS 88 %
4 Cade Allen TN South Gibson County High School 2026 RHP 87 %
5 Andrew Smith TN Maryville High School 2026 OF 85 %
^ Cash Pinson TN Homelife Academy 2025 C 85 %
^ Aydan Bradley TN Davidson Academy 2026 SS 85 %
6 Justin Smith TN White House Heritage High School 2025 C 77 %
^ Gaven French TN Heritage High School 2027 SS 77 %
7 Hudson Rushing TN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF JACKSON 2027 OF 75 %
^ Matt Dill TN The Baylor School 2025 3B 75 %
^ Jake Harris TN Farragut High School 2026 C 75 %
8 Davis Wilson TN Riverdale 2026 2B 72 %
9 Rylan Moses TN Goodpasture Christian 2025 OF 71 %
10 Devin Conner TN Stewarts Creek High School 2026 SS 70 %
^ Peyton Goolsby TN Arlington High 2025 OF 70 %

Sweet Spot percentage: This metric is determined by how often the player produces a batted ball during the session with a launch angle between 8 to 32 degrees.


BLAST MOTION

HAND SPEED (AVG.)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Hand Speed (avg)
1 Tyler Bennett TN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF KNOXVILLE 2025 SS 23.8 mph
2 Will Brick TN Christian Brothers 2027 C 23.4 mph
3 Isaiah Whited TN Bearden High School 2025 1B 23.2 mph
4 Gaven French TN Heritage High School 2027 SS 22.3 mph
5 Hudson Rushing TN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF JACKSON 2027 OF 22.2 mph

Hand Speed: The observed speed as measured on the handle of the bat (measured six inches from the knob of the bat). Peak Hand Speed will occur prior to the moment of impact, very close to the commit time in the swing when the wrists unhinge.

BAT SPEED (AVG.)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Bat Speed (avg)
1 Quinn Showalter TN St. George's 2026 RHP 76.7 mph
2 Christopher Brown TN THE ENSWORTH SCHOOL 2026 C 76.5 mph
3 Rhett Slagle TN Elizabethton High School 2026 RHP 74.3 mph
4 Tyler Bennett TN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OF KNOXVILLE 2025 SS 74.3 mph
5 Will Brick TN Christian Brothers 2027 C 74.0 mph

Bat Speed: The observed speed of the sweet spot of the bat at impact. The sweet spot of the bat is measured six inches from the tip of the bat.

ROTATIONAL ACCELERATION (AVG.)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Rot. Acc (avg)
1 Isaiah Whited TN Bearden High School 2025 1B 23.9 g
2 Cade Allen TN South Gibson County High School 2026 RHP 21.3 g
3 Ryan Edwards TN THE WEBB SCHOOL 2026 SS 20.1 g
4 Hayden Redd TN st.george's independent school 2027 C 18.6 g
5 Jack Bogenreif TN Collierville 2026 2B 18.5 g

Body Rotation: A swing that has the appropriate relative contributions of body and bat rotations is an efficient and Powerful swing that maintains proper sequencing. An efficient baseball swing is one in which the body creates the initial movements, which is then transferred to the arms and out to the bat, thereby maximizing Bat Speed through this proximal-to-distal kinematic sequencing movement pattern.


VIZUAL EDGE

EDGE SCORES

Rank Name State School Class Pos Edge Score
1 Gunner Skelton TN COLUMBIA ACADEMY 2026 SS 85.43
2 Cy Longley TN Ravenwood 2026 OF 84.76
3 Brayden Barr TN West Ridge High School 2025 OF 82.80
4 Jackson Allen TN Brentwood High School 2026 OF 82.75
5 Ryan Edwards TN THE WEBB SCHOOL 2026 SS 82.41
6 Bradley Stubbs TN Collierville High School 2026 SS 82.25
7 Noah Wilson TN McCallie 2026 OF 81.52
8 Treyson Derry TN grace christian academy of knoxville 2027 1B 80.80
9 Graham King TN BAYLOR SCHOOL 2026 OF 80.27
10 Cade Allen TN South Gibson County High School 2026 RHP 79.55

The Edge Score is a comprehensive score out of 100 that takes the core-six visual skills into account, providing athletes, parents, coaches and scouts with a benchmark number for assessing an athlete’s overall visual ability. In general the higher the Edge Score, the higher chance of athletic success. Think of the Edge Score as the 'Sixth Metric' in the standard Five-Tools that make up a ball player.

The average Edge Score for the 2020 MLB Draft Class was 79.3 (of hitters who completed a Vizual Edge test). MLB players we've worked with typically show stronger scores, with elite hitters scoring consistently above 87.0 on their Edge Score.

 

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