Brody Briggs
Brody Briggs
Brody Briggs
Brody Briggs
Brody Briggs
Brody Briggs




Tulsa Union (HS) • OK
6-1 • 185LBS • L/R
Travel Team: Sandlot (Glad)


2023 National

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Body: 6-foot-1, 185-pound athletic build with room for added strength and size in the future.

Hit: LHH.  At the plate starts with an open stance and upright posture.  Hands get set at shoulder height tucked into the body with a high back elbow.  Short weight shift into a firm front side with a small leg lift stride back to neutral.  Works hands hard to the inside part of the ball and shows the ability to drive the ball efficiently to the opposite field.  Level bat path with a line drive approach.  Hands work quickly through the zone and has good overall bat speed.  Showed some strength at contact during the BP session.  Good balance throughout the swing.

Power: 87 mph exit velocity off the tee and 89 mph exit velocity in BP.

Arm: RH.  C-78 mph.  Short straight back arm slot with hand working tight to the mask with good hand speed.  

Defense: Behind the plate shows an advanced feel for receiving with minimal body movements and strong wrists.  Also shows advanced feel for blocking techniques with good positioning and hip flexibility.  Works out off the crouch quickly with hips and feet working in sync with weight transferring to a firm front leg.  When release point is right, throws have very good carry to second base and shows the ability to put it on the proper side of the bag during games.

Run: 4.57 runner to first base.


The 2023 catcher showcased why he is among the top catch and throw catchers in the class in both the showcase portion and during the games.  During the workout Briggs popped one of the top times from behind the plate at 1.83 and ranged it to 1.97.  The swing continues to make strides as he had one of his better BP rounds we have seen from him and has very good Blast Motion metrics with hand speeds up to 25 mph and bat speed up to 76 mph from the left side of the box.  He showcased his ability to receive and block very well during the games as he has advanced feel for pitch framing and very quick/flexible hips when getting into the blocking position.  With the swing continuing to improve each time we see him to go along with his advanced defense behind the plate, programs will find a high ceiling catcher that can step in and defend from day 1 on campus.


Brody Briggs: C/OF, (2023) Tulsa Union, OK. 5-foot-11, 160-pound slim frame. At the plate, Briggs best exit velocity was 85 mph. Began in a tall stance with a small load, then used a small leg kick to start his swing. Bat speed is above average, displays rotational swing plane and level finish. He Barreled up some balls during the round. Pull side approach. While catching, had quick feet and transfers on his throw downs, recording a 1.96-2.22 pop time, his best throw downs of the day reached a max velocity of 75 mph; has a fluid exchange, sure hands and quick feet. Some flexibility and staggered setup.Using a short arm action, showed decent accuracy to the bag from an-over-the-top slot. During the event, clocked a 60 time of 7.34.


Showcased a long and lean 5-foot-11, 155-pound frame with athleticism and room to add strength as he matures. The left-handed hitter begins with an open stance with hand wiggle at the shoulder utilizing a lift-and-replace stride to initiate his swing. Generated a slightly uphill barrel path through the hitting zone while hitting into a stiff front side. Quick hands created consistent, hard contact to the middle of the field off the tee, yielding an 82 mph bat-exit velocity. Recorded a 7.40 60-yard dash. The backstop featured adequate receiving skills with a soft glove hand at the catch point. Pop times ranged from 1.98-2.09 on throws of 74 mph from the crouch. Quick transfers allowed for accurate throws on the bag out of a quick, high ¾ arm-slot. Demonstrated advanced blocking technique behind the plate creating soft walls on both sides of the plate with downward chest angles. 


A 5-foot-11, 155-pound lean frame; C/OF. At the plate, the left-handed hitter shows average actions in the box and his best exit velocity was 82 mph. Started in a balanced stance, had a quick load and used a short stride to initiate his swing. Has an upward swing plane and average bat speed finding some barrels in BP. Defensively shows mostly clean actions that will play up with strength,, his most efficient throw to second came in at 74 mph for showcase pop times of 2.07-2.15 with some accuracy; showed soft hands, developing footwork and a clean exchange. Showed decent accuracy to the base with a short arm action and a ¾ slot. In the 60-yard dash, he recorded a time of 7.31.

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