PBR at The Rock 13U: All-Tournament Team


By Wisconsin Staff

From May 29 to May 31, the PBR Wisconsin staff helped facilitate the state’s careful return to baseball by hosting the PBR at The Rock 13/14U Championships at The Rock Complex in Franklin, Wis.

In case you missed any of our earlier coverage on this event, click on one of the following links spotlighting the highlights from each of the three days: Quick Hits, Day 1, Day 2, and Day 3. In addition, our staff published a Scout Blog, featuring reports on nearly 80 of the events follow names to know for the future.

Today, our staff gathered and collaborated to produce an All-Tournament Team at both the 13U and 14U levels. We’ll start with the Class of 2025 prospects who starred all weekend. This list was assembled from an evaluation and performance-based perspective, taking into account the player’s future in conjunction with their statistics recorded over their four games last weekend.

13U ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM


CATCHER

Carter Kutz C / 3B / Hartford Union, WI / 2025

5-foot-9, 145-pound catcher with athletic, lean frame, long levers. Demonstrated natural instincts and actions from behind the plate. Suffocated some balls in the dirt, angled blocks back toward home, and even quickly blocked a ball and threw a baserunner out at second with advanced and accurate arm strength. Swings loose right-handed bat that’s still progressing on offense.

FIRST BASE

Joseph Suokko 1B / LHP / N/A, WI / 2025

5-foot-10, 145-pound right-handed hitting first baseman. Lean and projectable frame with room for physical maturity. At the plate, sets up in a slightly open stance with a leg lift trigger. Draws his hands back into his load, bat plays on a slightly uphill plane through the zone. He tallied at least one hit in all four games this weekend, finishing with a line of 5-for-10 with five runs scored and four RBIs.

MIDDLE INFIELD

Andrew Kouris SS / RHP / Oak Park-River Forest, IL / 2025

5-foot-9, 140-pound two-way prospect; big, athletic frame, physicality. Right-handed hitter who swings a loose, rhythmic bat off an uphill path. Created loud contact, obvious bat strength for age, while barreling baseballs in all directions. Defensively, plays with some bounce, gets low to the ground, ranges well.

Ethan Moore SS / 2B / N/A, IL / 2025

5-foot-6, 110-pound right-handed-hitting middle infielder. Athletic, well-proportioned frame. Strong lower half. Balanced setup, fluid pre-pitch movement in hands, smooth load, steady leg lift trigger. Swings a quick bat that stays on a level plane. Doesn’t try to do too much at the plate, comfortable hitting the ball where it’s pitched, line drive approach. Advanced overall offensive game for age. Athleticism plays on the field, has lateral range, steady glove, second base profile. Emerging as a follow in Illinois’ 2025 class.

THIRD BASE

Jaden Fauske 3B / C / N/A, IL / 2025

5-foot-7, 115-pound, left-handed hitting catcher/infielder. Lean, athletic, projectable frame. Balanced setup, smooth load, steady leg lift trigger, drives lower half. Oozes confidence in the box, quick-twitchy hands, uphill path with a gap-to-gap approach. Elevates the baseball, hammered several fastballs middle-in for doubles, advanced bat for age. Quick out of the crouch behind the plate. Quickly emerging as one of the top players in Illinois’ 2025 class.

OUTFIELD

Braylen White OF / N/A, WI / 2025

Athletic build on top of a projectable frame. Quick-twitch athlete. Right-handed-hitting outfielder that started in the leadoff spot all four games. Offensively, sets up in a wide stance, short stride trigger, bat travels on a level plane through contact. Showcased his above-average bat speed. On the weekend, he finished 5-for-9, five runs scored, four RBIs, a pair of doubles, and a pair of walks.

Bennett Burke OF / LHP / Sparta, WI / 2026

5-foot-7, 141 pounds with an athletic/physical frame and strong lower half; he fit right in playing a grade level up. Left-handed-hitting outfielder who led off for GRB Rays Green all weekend. At the dish, sets up in a balanced and open stance with a leg lift stride and smooth loading actions. Swing has fluid rhythm throughout. Showed off quick bat speed; gap-to-gap approach with barrel feel. Against Hitters Navy he found the barrel a couple times, going 2-for-2 with a pair of doubles, one roped down the right field line and the other shot to dead center.

Lucas Lehnen OF / N/A, WI / 2025

Compact, stocky frame; right-handed hitter, hit lead-off for PTA Cardinal all weekend while demonstrating barrel feel. Short path to the ball, advanced all-fields approach. Confident at-bats with situational awareness. Was consistently on base all weekend.

PITCHERS

Jimmy Sloan RHP / N/A, IL / 2025

Lean, wiry frame. Worked in relief against Hitters on day one. Loose arm action, works from a high ¾ slot, above-average arm speed for age. Athletic on the mound, tall/fall type delivery, strong front side, relies heavily on the upper half. Fastball sat 74-77 mph, touching 78 multiple times. Clean out of the hand, jumps into the zone, plays straight, some strikes. Slider sat 64-65 mph, 11/5 shape, breaks late, used sparingly.

Jaxon Clayton RHP / OF / N/A, WI / 2025

5-foot-10, 150-pounds with an athletic frame. Projectable physical maturity. He batted fifth in every game this weekend and played left field, and he made two pitching appearances. On Friday, and sat in the 70-74 mph range both times, while mixing in a tight/sharp breaking ball that he shows advanced feel for. At the plate, he finished his weekend with a line of 3-for-10 with a pair of doubles, two runs scored, two walks, and five RBIs. Right-handed hitter, sets up in a tall and balanced stance with a slight leg lift trigger. His bat travels on a level plane through the zone, and he showed off solid bat speed.

Brady Rosenkranz RHP / Stevenson, IL / 2025

6-foot, 145 pounds; high-waisted, long levers, projects well. Right-handed pitcher, high leg kick at balance point, high ¾ release. Fastball topped out at 71 mph with a natural arm-side run. Pitched three effective innings for the Slammers-Coyote while facing a Cangelosi Sparks team that had produced offensively all weekend.

Joe Timmerman RHP / 1B / Rosemount, MN / 2025

Large, sturdy frame. Inherent arm strength, especially for age. Long, loose, whippy arm action from a high ¾ slot. Fastball sat 75-77 mph in his first inning of work on Saturday, with a heavy feel to it, carried through the zone.

TWO-WAY

Gael Urbieta INF / RHP / N/A, IL / 2025

5-foot-9, 165-pound, right-handed hitting third baseman/right-handed pitcher. Strong, proportional frame. Started on the mound against Hitters on day one. Short arm action, high ¾ slot. Hands rock over head with a rocker step to initiate a tall/fall type delivery that he repeats well. Fastball sat 74-76 mph, worked ahead early, comfortable throwing up in the zone as a swing-and-miss pitch. Curveball 59-61 mph, 11/5 shape, slight depth at times. Changeup played at 64-65 mph, used sparingly, played straight. Easy control for the barrel at the plate, consistently made hard contact. Showed well in the field at third base, made a ridiculous diving stop to save multiple runs from scoring in a bases-loaded situation late in the game. Name-to-know in Illinois’ 2025 class. 


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