Prep Baseball Report

Pueblo Fall ID - Quick Hits

Caleb Dameron
PBR Colorado Staff

On Sunday, October 29th, the PBR Colorado staff was at CSUP in Pueblo, Colorado hosting this year's Pueblo Fall ID. The event had some new faces with some strong prospects in attendance. Let's dive in!

Roy Higinbotham RHP / 1B / Pueblo County, CO / 2024

Higinbotham continued to showcase well in our second trip to Pueblo, Colorado this year. The senior comes with a live fastball that he consistently had around 85 mph during this event. We also saw Higinbotham ramp the spin rates on both his fastball and off-speed around 2,300 RPMs. As a junior this spring, Higinbotham pitched to the tune of a 2.69 ERA across 57.1 innings with 80 strikeouts. Higinbotham is a physical athlete that presents upside on the mound, and with the bat (slashed .472/.533/.707 in 89 at-bats this spring). Strong uncommitted 2024. 



Dalton Yaste C / 3B / University, CO / 2024

Yaste presented some tools in this event as a catcher and third-baseman. The senior posted a best pop time of 1.80 with a 78 mph throw, a 90 mph top exit-velocity, and a 7.05 60 yard dash. Yaste is strong and athletic with quality actions in the field and at the plate. Hit .427 with a 1.058 OPS this spring at the Colorado 3A level. 



Joshua Sutrina 1B / OF / Chaparral, CO / 2025

Sutrina led the way with the bat in this event thanks to a 94.5 mph top exit-velocity. The junior comes with strength and an actively developing swing. Sutrina has the ability to play multiple positions and got up to an 84 mph velocity from the outfield. The uncommitted 2025 is one to keep an eye on as he continues to progress. 



Scott Thompson OF / RHP / University , CO / 2024

Thompson brough the speed to Pueblo with an event leading 6.80 60 yard dash time. The senior also flashed some power at the plate with a 92 mph top exit-velocity. There is plenty of athleticism coming from Thompson in the outfield while he also ramped his outfield velocity up to 86 mph. Thompson comes with some levers on the mound, whip in the bat, and quality speed which makes him yet another intriguing uncommitted senior. 



Brayden Walters 1B / RHP / Canon City, CO / 2024

The Canon City senior handled the bat well in this event thanks to a 94 mph top exit-velocity. Walters is a tall and strong player who comes with some upside offensively. The senior controls the bat with some pop while showing some feel at first-base defensively. Walters is worth a follow as an uncommitted senior while he is actively developing. 



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