2021 PBR Future Games Preview: Team Florida Corner Infielders


PBR Florida
PBR Florida Staff

The 2021 PBR Future Games kicks off July 28th at LakePoint Sports in Georgia. The event will feature 25 of the top uncommitted 2023 and 2024 players throughout the state of Florida competing against some of the top uncommitted players throughout the country. This event has brought over 300 college coaches in attendance each year and we expect the same this year.

This week, we will start to unveil our 2021 Team Florida position by position. Today, we will cover the corner infielders.

Team Preview: Catchers

2023 Rhyder Poppell, 1B, Florida State University School

5-foot-10, 190 lbs. Physical, athletic frame. Poppell is a two sport athlete, playing running back for his high school. Switch hitter, Poppell’s strength throughout produces above average bat speed from both sides of the plate. Easy, repeatable short compact swing with some launch on contact.


2023 Collin Priest, 1B, Mount Dora Christian Academy

6-foot-3, 215 lbs. Member of the 2021 PBR Florida All-State 3rd Team. Priest had a breakout 2021 High School season batting .378 picking up 9 HR’s and 31 RBI’s in the process. In the box, Priest has a level to uphill bat path with ability to hit both gaps for power.


2024 Jayden Harriel, 3B, East Lake

6-foot-1, 210 lbs. Strong bodied frame, Harriel will hold down the hot corner for Team Florida. Harriel was a standout at the PBR Spring Training showcase back in March as a two-way player. Registered a 95.40 mph Exit Velocity via Trackman, in game Harriel flashes the hit tool frequently. Also has been up to 87 mph on the mound.


Stay tuned for more previews of Team Florida this week.


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