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National Program Invitational: Scout Blog

Prep Baseball Georgia

The National Program Invitational marks our first national event of the summer at LakePoint Sports. Players from the 2027-2025 classes comepete for their respective travel ball programs in hopes to be crowned NPI champions. We highlight players from across the country that showed well in from of our scouting staff. Be sure to check out our quick hits from Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 and Day 4.

Chip Glogorski, 1B/C, Kings Ridge Christian (GA), 2026
Uncommitted. Excellent display of hitting for the upcoming junior. Continues to impress, every time we see him at an event/tournament. Thursday morning he showcased his ability to maintain heavy power on a slider left out over the plate, hitting it 98.8 off the bat for a stand-up double. One of the top guys in the state behind the dish, but is a wall at first base. Vocal leader, smart at the plate, and has a disciplined swing to make him a weapon in the 3-hole. One of the top uncommitted guys in the 2026 class.

Samford Holcomb, OF/LHP, North Gwinnett HS (GA), 2025
Uncommitted. Quite swing from the left-side, and continues to showcase the hit tool. Thursday morning he was able to get around early on a mid-80’s FB and drove a laser into the corner in RF that one-hopped the wall. Had solid line-drives in games on Sunday and Monday also. Aggressive approach. Coming off an excellent spring with North Gwinnett HS, and is continuing to impress so far this summer. Has the ability to leg out infield singles, has serious speed. Physical build, and he’s a tough out. Two-sport athlete, ATH in football. Looking forward to watching him as he gets closer to committing.

Drew Harmon, RHP, Sequoyah HS (GA), 2026
Uncommitted. Solid outing for Harmon on Friday morning, had great command over his curveball and slider. Got tons of whiffs, and called strikes on back-door looks on LHH and break-away from RHH. Had hitters off-balanced nearly all game. Didn’t allow a loud barrel all morning, he did run into some trouble with bases loaded but managed to get out of it. FB (T89, 88-86) had good life early with tilt, and inward vertical break. CV (75-74) great feel for early in counts, confident feel for spin, very tight. SL (72-70) had a great sweep movement away from righties and had life down in the zone. Good potential going into the summer and his junior year.

Carlos Lugo, OF/LHP/1B, Calvary Christian Academy (FL), 2025
Uncommitted. Saw a plethora of good skills from Lugo on Saturday afternoon. He had several good barrels against a mid-80’s arm. Swings with intent, and hits for power from the left side. Two barrels over 98 mph off the bat, one to the opposite field and the other to right-center. Lugo came in to pitch in relief, threw 2 innings and showed a quick release touching 92 on the hill. FB sat around 90-88 with run. Flashed the mid to upper 70’s CV with tight, late bite. Short outing, extremely effective. An all-around baller.

Griffin McKain, LHP/OF, Legion Collegiate Academy (SC), 2027
South Carolina commit. Tall, athletic, quick 6-foot-3, 170lb. frame with room to fill out. Excellent approach at the plate. Two barrels with 85+ exit velocity. Consistent inside-to-out swing. Finds the barrel with ease. Exudes confidence on the mound. Mixed different timing leg kicks and wind-ups to get hitters off balanced and/or anxious. Quiet confidence in the box, good pitch recognition, and mid-pitch adjustments to match with a good swing.

Korey Fortson, OF/1B, Westover HS (GA), 2024
Florida A&M commit. Powerful cut with tons of torque and leverage. Showcased the hitting tool all tournament with nearly every at-bat. Had his best performance on Monday morning, as he went 2-for-3 / 2-HR’s / 3-RBI’s. Fortson also had a tremendous catch in left field at the wall to save a run that ended the inning. Great ability to adjust to off-speed while also matching timing with the high heat. Extremely confident in the box. Disciplined eye at the plate. Swings with an intent and a purpose, generates tons of back spin and gets good carry on all fly-balls.

Ethan Price, OF/RHP, Harvard-Westlake (CA), 2026
Uncommitted. Price had a great weekend with multiple powerful barrels. Very good patience at the plate to get the barrel on the ball. Showed off good power on Monday with a 2 RBI single 93 EV. Quick hand speed to get the ball out and quick out the box to show off that speed around the bases.

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