Prep Baseball Report

Milwaukee Preseason ID: Preview

By: Diego Solares
Associate Scout, Staff Writer

On Saturday, March 19th, the PBR Wisconsin staff will travel to the MOSH Sports Performance Center in Franklin, WI., to host the final event on our Preseason ID calendar - the Milwaukee Preseason ID. This open event serves as an excellent opportunity for players in the Milwaukee area to display their talents to our staff and we’re expecting to see 100+ high school prospects from the 2022-to-2025 at the MOSH this weekend. 

This event is sold out, but to see which players are headed our way, click HERE


Last winter was the first time we had ever ran this event and it was extremely successful, as several high-end prospects made their way through the MOSH that caught our scouts’ attention. 

It was here that OF Carson Hansen (Pewaukee, 2022; Wisconsin-Milwaukee) first popped onto our radar, displaying a much more physical skill-set than we’d seen from him in the past roughly a year ago. OF Michael Lippe (Whitefish Bay, 2022; Louisville), C Will Johannes (Mukwonago, 2022; Madison JC), RHP Nate Snead (South Milwaukee, 2022; Iowa Western CC) and RHP Brayden Marks (Elkhorn, 2022; Bradley) are all high-follow seniors in the state that had standout performances at this event as well.

Nate Snead (3/21/21)

Another player that made a name for himself at this event last year, and ultimately earned an invite to the Future Games, was ATH Max Hennemann (Oak Creek, 2023; Northern Kentucky). The athletic left-handed hitter can play multiple positions on the diamond, runs a 6.80 in the 60-yard dash, and profiles as a top-of-the-order type at the next level. OF/RHP Quinn Falish (De Pere, 2023) also represented Team Wisconsin at the Future Games in August. He’s an ultra-physical athlete with plenty of loud tools across the board, including well above-average bat strength for his age.

Max Hennemann (3/21/21)

It was here that MIF Jack Bauer (Greendale, 2024) emerged as a follow name in the state’s sophomore class as an ultra-twitchy prospect with athleticism in all areas of his game. He recently impressed us at the West Milwaukee Preseason ID and is firmly a high-follow prospect in Wisconsin’s 2024 group. 

2022 ROSTER 

This year’s roster is shaping up nicely and, at first glance, appears to be just as talented as the group we saw last season. 

Several former members of Team Wisconsin at the Future Games will be in attendance on Saturday, including two names that are both already committed: RHP Jonah Conradt (P27 Academy, SC, 2023; Arkansas) and RHP Luke Agnew (Marquette University, 2023; Wichita State). A former top prospect in the Badger State, this will be our first look at Conradt since the Future Games and his move to South Carolina. We’re eager to see the improvements that the nationally-ranked Arkansas commit has made over the off-season. As for the latter, Agnew stands at a physical, yet still projectable, 6-foot-3, 205-pounds. He owns a high feel to pitch on the mound with a fastball that we’ve seen get up into the high-80s, although reports have his velocity climbing throughout the off-season. Strides in that department could unlock a whole new level for Agnew, who owns one of the highest ceilings on the mound in the state.

Luke Agnew (7/28/21)

Still uncommitted, RHP Austin Kutz (Hartford Union, 2023), RHP Presley Wachowiak (Catholic Memorial, 2023) and the aforementioned Falish were all Future Gamers as well that are headed to the MOSH. A dual-sport athlete that’s the starting quarterback at Hartford, Kutz stands at a lanky, thin-levered 6-foot-6, 190-pounds. He showed an upside arsenal to us at LakePoint this summer, including a mid-80s fastball and above-average breaking ball with occasional sharp spin off an 11/5 axis. Wachowiak now stands at a stronger, more proportional 6-foot-1, 195-pound frame with a complete three-pitch mix, including a high-80s fastball, sharp 12/6 breaking ball, and fading changeup that he’s grown more comfortable with over the years. As for Falish, his previously highlighted strength translates to the hill as well, running his fastball up to 87 mph. All three are uncommitted names-to-know in the state’s junior class that will look to show off their off-season gains to our scouts this weekend.

Presley Wachowiak (7/28/21)

There’s multiple other uncommitted juniors to know, with a quick nugget on each below: 

+ INF/C Vidal Colon (University School of Milwaukee, 2023) is a standout dual-sport athlete that’s also one of the state’s most talented pure offensive threats. Colon has hit in front of our staff multiple times over the past year, thumping ball after ball off a heavy right-handed barrel in-game. He recently picked up catching over the off-season as well, further adding to his ability to contribute in multiple facets on the field. 

+ RHP/SS Camden Kuhnke (Hortonville, 2023) has upside on both sides of the ball, but the 6-foot-2, 185-pound junior’s ceiling is ultimately highest on the bump. He’s been up to 87 mph for us from a loose, quick arm that suggests more velocity is on the way, especially as he continues to tack on mass to his frame. 

+ At 6-foot-2, 190-pounds, RHP Leo Berger (Rufus King, 2023) brings noteworthy upside to the mound. Though still developing full feel for his arsenal, Berger was up to an easy 86 mph at The Badger State Battle last summer. 

+ RHP Noah Musolf (Franklin, 2023) has a quick arm attached to a lanky 6-foot, 175-pound frame. Musolf is a pretty impressive athlete with noticeable twitchiness as he works down the mound, running a 6.93 in the 60-yard dash at this same event last year. His arm works from a low slot producing heavy arm-side action on a low-to-mid-80s fastball and his secondary offerings have improved throughout the off-season, too. 

+ C Jake Olszewski (Germantown, 2023) may be one of the state’s best defensive backstops, profiling as a future anchor behind the dish at the next level. He’s also a left-handed hitter, which further adds to an already valuable profile. 

+ MIF Keli Grennier (Menomonee Falls, 2023) is a strong, athletic up-the-middle defender that started as a sophomore key cog on the Phoenix’s state squad and also hit in-game for our staff across two different looks this past summer. 

+ At 6-foot-4, 200-pounds, RHP Elijah Niemiec (St. Thomas More, 2023) popped at the Southern Wisconsin Open last October, running his fastball up to 85 mph and spinning both a curveball and slider at a 2,400+ RPM average in his ‘pen. 

There are a handful of high-follow sophomores to know on this roster, including INF Brock Lulewicz (Muskego, 2024) and RHP Wyatt Rushing (Elkhorn, 2024). The left-handed hitting Lulewicz stands at a lanky 6-foot, 180-pounds and brings a stable presence on the left side of the infield defensively as a sure-handed, high IQ type of player. Rushing was perhaps the most noteworthy takeaway from the handful of fall events we ran last October, as the 6-foot, 175-pound sophomore fired his fastball in at 85-89 mph, topping 90 mph on his loudest bullet. Saturday will also be the first time we’ll see C Lincoln Ascher (Kettle Moraine, 2024) in a showcase setting. The 6-foot-1, 205-pound backstop is currently a top-15 prospect in the state’s sophomore class due to his ability to impact the game on both sides of the ball. He swings a pretty reliable right-handed bat with middle-of-the-order upside and can really defend behind the plate as well.

Wyatt Rushing (10/16/21)


In an effort to continue and develop contactless check-in strategies, upon arrival, players will scan a QR Code with their smartphone camera that will lead them to a Google Form. On that Form, players will enter their name (matching the spelling on their PBR profile) and hit submit. Upon submission, players will be prompted to click a link that will direct them to their jersey color and number, located next to their registered name.


+ Check-in Times:

  • All Position Players: 8:00 AM
  • All Pitchers-only: 2:00 PM
  • Catchers will stay for both sessions.

*Times subject to change


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We will facilitate a contact-less check-in. Wear baseball clothes; assigned and numbered PBR jerseys will be provided.