Team New England Future Games Spotlight: Bryce Reagan, 3B/SS

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By Dylan Hefflinger
New England Editor in Chief/Scout 

On July 30th through August 1st, PBR New England will take a select team of players in the Classes of 2017 and 2018 to represent the New England states at the PBR Future Games in Indianapolis at Grand Park.

Players receive exposure unlike any other event for underclassmen. Last year, 100+ colleges from all over the country were in attendance, including coaches from every Division I power conference in the country. Only players who have a legitimate shot at being a Division I recruit and who have an interest in the possibility of making a verbal commitment during their sophomore or junior seasons have been considered.

To view other Future Games Spotlight Articles, click below.
+ Michael Burrows, RHP/SS
+ Dylan McNary, SS/2B
+ Joe Simourian, OF
+ Trevor Gustavson, C/1B
+ Travis Lane, RHP/1B
+ Jonathan Morrison, RHP
+ Bryce Reagan, 3B/SS
+ Brenden Cournoyer, RHP

Interested in attending a PBR New England event? Check out our schedule by clicking here.

Team New England Future Games Spotlight: Bryce Reagan, 3B/SS

Name: Bryce Reagan
Position: 3B/SS
Class: 2018
Height/Weight: 6-foot-1, 180 pounds
High School: Souhegan
Summer Team(s): New England Ruffnecks

Past Showcase/In-Game Performances:
Date: 6/23/15
Scouting Report: Athletic at 6-foot, 180-pounds. He is a switch-hitter with a good feel for the barrel on both sides of the plate. Both swings are flat through the zone and he showed a shorter swing in the game, in which he had three hits. His set up on both sides is similar, even base with limited bottom half action and his hands do the work. The tee exit velo is 77 mph and the arm was 76 mph across the diamond. The glove is very good and the path is strong and simple. The arm played very well for me during the game. Ran a 4.35 down the line and ran the bases well and correctly in the game. Another advanced 2018 player for sure.

Thoughts on being selected to play in PBR's Future Games and representing the New England states: "A tremendous thrill to play alongside the best players in my region and compete against the best players in the nation."

How has PBR helped as far as recruiting and exposure: "It's real early but great coverage on social media sites so far."

Athletic awards or academic accolades that you have received (All-State teams, Preseason all-state teams, league honors, honor roll, etc): NHIAA 1st team all-state as a freshman

2015 Statistics:

.485 Avg, 6 2B, 1 3B, 18 R, 20 RBIs, 11 SB

.450 Avg, 4 2B, 2 3B, 26 R, 32 RBIs, 16 SB


Fun Fact (Anything unique about yourself): I have a dog named "Jeter"

2015 PBR Future Games: Team New England

Name State School Class Pos Commitment
Owen Batchelder NH Souhegan 2017 LHP
Michael Burrows CT Waterford HS 2018 RHP
Brenden Cournoyer MA Berkshire 2017 RHP
Matthew Gray MA Dexter 2017 3B
Trevor Gustavson MA Saint John's 2017 C
Travis Lane MA Phillips Academy Andover 2018 RHP
Dillon Lifrieri CT Wilton HS 2018 SS
Aidan McLaughlin MA Xaverian 2017 C
Dylan McNary MA Doherty Memorial 2017 SS
Jonathan Morrison MA Hopkins Academy 2018 RHP
Tim Pfaffenbichler CT Windsor Locks 2018 RHP
Dylan Presnal MA Deerfield Academy 2017 RHP
Bryce Reagan NH Souhegan 2018 3B
Robert Regine RI Coventry 2017 SS
Ian Seymour MA St. Johns 2017 LHP
Joe Simourian MA Phillips Andover 2018 OF
Shane Smith MA Governors Academy 2018 RHP
Aaron Soucy CT The Pomfret School 2017 C
Matt Tabor MA Milton Academy 2017 SS


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