Prep Baseball Report

Seattle Fall ID: Positional Data Dive


Josh Schoenberg
Scouting and Operations Assistant

On October 7th, PBR Washington hosted the Seattle Fall ID in Mercer Island. Perennially, showcases helps introduce our staff to new need-to-know players in the state that we’d not yet seen before, as well as provided us with updated looks at players who’ve earned our attention in the past. This event was for all high school classes.

Previously, we have published our Statistical Analysis and Pitching Data Dive. Now, we will take a further in-depth look at the top positional players with the help of our tech partnerships, broken down by the categories down below:

SYNCRO ATHLETIC TESTING

60-YARD DASH

Rank Name State School Class Pos 60-yd
1 Lukas Farmer WA Issaquah 2025 OF 6.99 s
2 Eric Havili WA Decatur 2025 OF 7.13 s
3 James Conley WA Roosevelt 2024 OF 7.20 s
^ Noah Vaiphei WA Woodinville 2026 2B 7.20 s
4 Andre' Redmond WA Thomas Jefferson 2025 OF 7.25 s
^ Brendon Kingsley WA Monroe 2026 OF 7.25 s
5 Nathan Soto WA Auburn Riverside 2025 OF 7.32 s

Run Speed (Max)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Run speed (max)
1 Lukas Farmer WA Issaquah 2025 OF 17.6
2 Eric Havili WA Decatur 2025 OF 17.2
3 Noah Vaiphei WA Woodinville 2026 2B 17.1
4 James Conley WA Roosevelt 2024 OF 17.0
5 Andre' Redmond WA Thomas Jefferson 2025 OF 16.9

Traditionally, the 60-yard dash has been the in-event standard to help measure a player's speed tool. We implemented three timing gates at the 10 and 30 yards, to capture athletes’ quickness, explosiveness and reaction time. From there, we will calculate an athlete’s top-end speed in miles per hour. 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 Dylan Jacobs WA Mount Vernon 2025 3B 96.3 mph
2 William Rohrbacher WA Bainbridge 2026 1B 95.4 mph
3 Lukas Farmer WA Issaquah 2025 OF 95.3 mph
4 Andre' Redmond WA Thomas Jefferson 2025 OF 94.9 mph
5 Ethan Melius WA Auburn Riverside 2025 OF 94.2 mph
6 Eric Havili WA Decatur 2025 OF 92.7 mph
7 Teegan O'Brien WA Kentridge 2025 C 92.3 mph
8 Nathan Soto WA Auburn Riverside 2025 OF 91.7 mph
9 Grayson Meier WA Sumner 2025 C 90.7 mph
10 Ethan Trenary WA Issaquah 2025 3B 90.0 mph

EXIT VELOCITY (AVG.)

Rank Name State School Class Pos Exit Velocity (avg)
1 William Rohrbacher WA Bainbridge 2026 1B 87.6 mph
2 Ethan Melius WA Auburn Riverside 2025 OF 86.4 mph
3 Dylan Jacobs WA Mount Vernon 2025 3B 85.9 mph
4 Andre' Redmond WA Thomas Jefferson 2025 OF 85.4 mph
5 Teegan O'Brien WA Kentridge 2025 C 82.9 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 Andre' Redmond WA Thomas Jefferson 2025 OF 374 ft
2 Dylan Jacobs WA Mount Vernon 2025 3B 370 ft
3 William Rohrbacher WA Bainbridge 2026 1B 351 ft
4 Ethan Melius WA Auburn Riverside 2025 OF 340 ft
5 Ethan Trenary WA Issaquah 2025 3B 336 ft
6 Andrew (AJ) Welch WA Monroe 2026 RHP 331 ft
7 Teegan O'Brien WA Kentridge 2025 C 328 ft
8 James Conley WA Roosevelt 2024 OF 325 ft
9 Nathan Soto WA Auburn Riverside 2025 OF 322 ft
10 Lukas Farmer WA Issaquah 2025 OF 322 ft

SWEET SPOT%

Rank Name State School Class Pos Sweet Spot %
1 Ethan Melius WA Auburn Riverside 2025 OF 78 %
2 Nathan Soto WA Auburn Riverside 2025 OF 68 %
3 Teegan O'Brien WA Kentridge 2025 C 64 %
4 Eric Havili WA Decatur 2025 OF 62 %
5 Noah Vaiphei WA Woodinville 2026 2B 61 %
^ Andre' Redmond WA Thomas Jefferson 2025 OF 61 %
6 William Rohrbacher WA Bainbridge 2026 1B 60 %
7 Preston Todd WA Eastlake 2025 SS 58 %
8 Grayson Meier WA Sumner 2025 C 57 %
9 Kellan Murry WA Sumner 2027 2B 56 %
^ James Conley WA Roosevelt 2024 OF 56 %
10 Andre Muneton WA Auburn riverside 2025 SS 53 %
^ Dylan Jacobs WA Mount Vernon 2025 3B 53 %
^ Malcolm Davis WA Garfield 2028 SS 53 %

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 Grayson Meier WA Sumner 2025 C 22.0 mph
2 Ethan Melius WA Auburn Riverside 2025 OF 22.0 mph
3 Andre' Redmond WA Thomas Jefferson 2025 OF 21.9 mph
4 Brendon Kingsley WA Monroe 2026 OF 21.3 mph
5 William Rohrbacher WA Bainbridge 2026 1B 21.2 mph
6 Andrew (AJ) Welch WA Monroe 2026 RHP 20.8 mph
7 Bodey Reiss WA King's 2025 OF 20.7 mph
8 Hudson Carvalho WA Issaquah 2025 SS 20.6 mph
9 Lukas Farmer WA Issaquah 2025 OF 20.3 mph
10 Andre Muneton WA Auburn riverside 2025 SS 20.2 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 Dylan Jacobs WA Mount Vernon 2025 3B 73.3 mph
2 Andre' Redmond WA Thomas Jefferson 2025 OF 71.9 mph
3 Ethan Trenary WA Issaquah 2025 3B 70.8 mph
4 Lukas Farmer WA Issaquah 2025 OF 70.5 mph
5 William Rohrbacher WA Bainbridge 2026 1B 70.3 mph
6 Teegan O'Brien WA Kentridge 2025 C 67.1 mph
7 Eric Havili WA Decatur 2025 OF 66.8 mph
8 Andrew (AJ) Welch WA Monroe 2026 RHP 66.7 mph
9 Ethan Melius WA Auburn Riverside 2025 OF 66.4 mph
10 Andre Muneton WA Auburn riverside 2025 SS 65.9 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 Brendon Kingsley WA Monroe 2026 OF 20.3 g
2 Grayson Meier WA Sumner 2025 C 16.0 g
3 Lukas Farmer WA Issaquah 2025 OF 15.4 g
4 Teegan O'Brien WA Kentridge 2025 C 14.3 g
5 Nathan Soto WA Auburn Riverside 2025 OF 12.4 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 SCORE

Rank Name State School Class Pos Edge Score
1 William Rohrbacher WA Bainbridge 2026 1B 87.56
2 James Conley WA Roosevelt 2024 OF 85.60
3 Andrew (AJ) Welch WA Monroe 2026 RHP 83.16
4 Bodey Reiss WA King's 2025 OF 79.96
5 Teegan O'Brien WA Kentridge 2025 C 75.33
6 Preston Todd WA Eastlake 2025 SS 74.44
7 Baird Sirianni WA Mercer Island 2025 SS 74.30
8 Eric Havili WA Decatur 2025 OF 73.37
9 Ethan Trenary WA Issaquah 2025 3B 72.69
10 Dylan Jacobs WA Mount Vernon 2025 3B 72.68

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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