Prep Baseball Report

2023 PBR All-American Game, Spotlight: Angel Cervantes

By Andy Sroka
Managing Editor, Scouting

On Saturday, Sept. 23, Prep Baseball Report is hosting its inaugural High School All-American Game at American Family Field, home of the Milwaukee Brewers. The unique event will feature the nation’s top high school seniors who are set to battle against a roster of the country’s best juniors in Class of 2024 vs. Class of 2025 action, giving pro scouts a unique look at current and future draft classes.

We’ve begun to unveil the event’s participants on our social media channels, and we’ll spotlight those players more closely on our site, too, highlighting past performances and scouting reports from the live looks we’ve gathered on this gifted group throughout the years.

We're highlighting junior right-hander Angel Cervantes, a California native from Warrens HS who's committed to UCLA. Cervantes was especially impressive this summer, and most recently in front of Shooter Hunt while pitching at the Area Code Games in San Diego. There, Cervantes was up to 92 mph and he pitched with a moxie that prevented him from allowing any runs on the high-profile stage. The changeup has shown as a go-to weapon for Cervantes, a unique high-spin profile, though he we wields a useful and projectable slider, 75-78 mph, as well.


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