DFW Fall ID - Blast Leaderboard


PBR Texas Staff

DALLAS, TX -  On Monday, October 10th, the PBR TX staff traveled to Lake Dallas High School to host the DFW Fall ID. The event consisted of players from all high school classes participating in a pro style workout. They started by running a 60, using swift performance timing gates, then moved into the defensive workout. The day was capped off with a round of batting practice, where the Blast Motion data was collected that you see below

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HAND SPEED (PEAK & AVERAGE)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Hand Speed (max)
1 Drel Pratt TX Desoto 2023 OF 26.1 mph
2 Michael Winstead TX Covenant Christian 2025 3B 25.5 mph
3 Harrison Childress TX Flower Mound Marcus 2024 OF 24.5 mph
4 Nick Galloway TX Flower Mound 2023 OF 23.5 mph
5 Garrett Duncan TX Mansfield Legacy 2024 SS 23.4 mph
6 Jadon Krieger TX Medina Valley 2024 RHP 23.3 mph
^ Cole Giametta TX Prosper 2024 SS 23.3 mph
7 Evan Robson TX Southlake Carroll 2025 3B 23.2 mph
8 Trent Westerfield TX Callisburg 2025 SS 23.0 mph
9 Brayden Renz TX Midland Christian 2025 2B 22.9 mph
10 William Lopez TX Lake Dallas 2026 OF 22.5 mph
^ David Hernandez III TX Marcus 2024 SS 22.5 mph

Rank Name State School Class Pos Hand Speed (avg)
1 Drel Pratt TX Desoto 2023 OF 25.0 mph
2 Michael Winstead TX Covenant Christian 2025 3B 23.2 mph
3 Harrison Childress TX Flower Mound Marcus 2024 OF 23.1 mph
4 Cole Giametta TX Prosper 2024 SS 22.1 mph
5 Nick Galloway TX Flower Mound 2023 OF 22.0 mph
6 Trent Westerfield TX Callisburg 2025 SS 22.0 mph
7 Brayden Renz TX Midland Christian 2025 2B 21.8 mph
8 Tyler Shinn TX Frisco 2025 OF 21.7 mph
9 William Lopez TX Lake Dallas 2026 OF 21.5 mph
10 Owen Hooper TX Wichita Falls Rider 2024 C 21.3 mph

Peak Hand Speed: The observed maximum 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 (AVERAGE)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Bat Speed (avg)
1 Owen Hooper TX Wichita Falls Rider 2024 C 75.6 mph
2 Parker Burt TX Mansfield 2023 C 73.0 mph
3 Nolan Rice TX Wichita Falls 2023 1B 72.5 mph
4 William Lopez TX Lake Dallas 2026 OF 72.2 mph
5 Nick Galloway TX Flower Mound 2023 OF 69.6 mph
6 Tice Purpura TX Southlake Carroll 2023 RHP 69.1 mph
7 Trent Westerfield TX Callisburg 2025 SS 68.5 mph
8 Cole Giametta TX Prosper 2024 SS 68.4 mph
9 Brayden Renz TX Midland Christian 2025 2B 68.2 mph
10 Micah Roberts TX Argyle 2024 3B 67.8 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 (PEAK & AVERAGE)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Rot. Acc (max)
1 Drel Pratt TX Desoto 2023 OF 33.5 g
2 Tyler Shinn TX Frisco 2025 OF 30.2 g
3 Cannon Brown TX Glen Rose 2024 OF 25.2 g
4 Jadon Krieger TX Medina Valley 2024 RHP 25.1 g
5 Anthony Llera TX Southlake Carroll 2024 OF 24.6 g
6 Mason Jones TX Flower Mound Marcus 2025 2B 24.3 g
7 Erick Garza TX Sharyland Pioneer 2024 2B 23.1 g
8 Nicolas Cardenas TX Mansfield 2025 C 20.5 g
^ Garrett Duncan TX Mansfield Legacy 2024 SS 20.5 g
9 Danny Newberry TX Plano West 2024 SS 19.9 g
10 Trent Westerfield TX Callisburg 2025 SS 19.7 g

Rank Name State School Class Pos Rot. Acc (avg)
1 Drel Pratt TX Desoto 2023 OF 31.8 g
2 Tyler Shinn TX Frisco 2025 OF 27.1 g
3 Cannon Brown TX Glen Rose 2024 OF 21.1 g
4 Anthony Llera TX Southlake Carroll 2024 OF 20.6 g
5 Mason Jones TX Flower Mound Marcus 2025 2B 20.1 g
6 Erick Garza TX Sharyland Pioneer 2024 2B 20.0 g
7 Nicolas Cardenas TX Mansfield 2025 C 16.7 g
8 Harrison Childress TX Flower Mound Marcus 2024 OF 16.6 g
9 Jadon Krieger TX Medina Valley 2024 RHP 16.5 g
10 Trent Westerfield TX Callisburg 2025 SS 16.3 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.

 

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