Prep Baseball Report

SoCal Future Games Tryout: Trackman Hitting Leaderboards

Matt Monk

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The Southern California Future Games Tryout took place on June 6 with the goal of identifying talent to represent PBR California at the Future Games in Lake Point, Georgia.

Players were put through the traditional showcase split that included the 60-yard dash, BP, and a defensive workout using Trackman, Swift Performance Technologies, and more to measure every movement. After the evaluations, pitchers faced four batters each in one-on-one live at bats.

The leaderboards show scouts the whole package which helps them differentiate players. While numbers aren't the only thing that goes into the judgement of a player, they can sum up their strength and performance in tangible numbers. Trackman allows us to get a closer look at hitter's bat-speed and strength with exit velocity and their ability to lift the ball to greater distances.


Prep Baseball Report events across the country have been powered by TrackMan’s industry-leading Portable system to capture pinpoint accurate, actionable data from player performances. Prep Baseball Report and Trackman are dedicated to recognizing talent and unleashing their potential.

All hitters had a chance to be evaluated through our portable Trackman unit. Each player received a round of on the field BP where they were measured in key ball flight metrics. We were able to collect key ball flight metrics such as exit velocity, distance, launch angles, spray charts and much more.  

PBR was able to collect data on many uncommitted players around the states that is sharable with coaches & scouts as well as help players identify areas of development for the future.

Exit Velocity

The velocity of the ball as soon as it releases from contact with the bat. This metric coupled with launch angle are the two most important implications for distance.

Rank Name State School Class Pos Exit Velocity (max)
1 Gavin Flores CA JSerra 2025 1B 100.3 mph
2 Gary Morse CA Orange Lutheran 2026 OF 98.1 mph
3 Kaij Ordaz CA Mater Dei Catholic 2025 3B 97.1 mph
4 Kevin Jeon CA La Mirada 2025 3B 95.2 mph
5 Rock Akahi CA Orange Lutheran 2026 3B 95.0 mph
6 Ryland Duson CA Vista Murietta 2024 2B 94.7 mph
7 Logan Freeborn CA Santa Margarita Catholic 2025 OF 94.5 mph
8 CJ Weinstein CA Huntington Beach 2026 2B 94.3 mph
9 Cole Clark CA Huntington Beach 2025 SS 94.0 mph
10 Joshua Sur CA Corona 2025 OF 93.8 mph

Peak Distance

This metric measures the farthest ball a player hit calculated by multiple other metrics.

Rank Name State School Class Pos Distance (max)
1 James Dell'Amico CA Loyola 2025 C 363 ft
2 Cole Clark CA Huntington Beach 2025 SS 357 ft
3 Ayden Munoz CA Carlsbad 2025 OF 354 ft
4 Kaij Ordaz CA Mater Dei Catholic 2025 3B 349 ft
5 Gavin Flores CA JSerra 2025 1B 336 ft
6 CJ Weinstein CA Huntington Beach 2026 2B 335 ft
7 Drew Aragon CA Scripps Ranch 2025 C 335 ft
8 Ryan Williams CA Newport Harbor 2026 OF 334 ft
9 Ian Stewart CA Summit 2025 C 331 ft
10 Shane Miranda CA Saint Augustine 2025 C 326 ft



Bay Area State Gamess Open ID CA 06/14 College of San Mateo
OC State Games Open ID CA 07/11 Hart Park