Prep Baseball Report

PBR Junior Future Games: Team Georgia Game 2 Recaps

Chaz Crawford, Paul Gies, Sean Smith
PBR Georgia Staff

Team Georgia JFG teams combined to go 1-1-1 on Day 2 of gameplay, take a look here at what happened during each game and a few players that stuck out to our staff.

Team GA 13u 3, Team Kentucky 15
Team GA 13u’s bats struggled to get going in this early morning matchup against Kentucky and were unable to find a groove against a good Kentucky team. Flush this one, and on to the next game.

  • Caleb Hudson : 1-1 with a HR to LF 

Caleb Hudson, OF, Carrollton, 2027
Uncommitted. Hudson has shown out in his first two games at the plate going 4-4 with a double, 2 singles, and a HR. The athleticism jumps off the page during every single AB and the speed on the base paths is nothing to shy away from. This is a future + runner with already advanced instincts+approach at the plate. Not to mention the power potential he has already displayed. Intriguing talent who will only be entering his 8th grade year. 

Team GA 14u1 5, Team Indiana 5
Indiana’s starting pitcher, Tate Troxell, would come out firing at 85-89 T90 with the FB and proved difficult for us to hit early on in the game. With great pitching by Sam Moore and Branson Crawford, the Indiana lead was held in check for Georgia to make a comeback in the later innings scoring 4 in the final two.

  • Christian Starks: 1-1, 2 RBI, 1 walk

  • Mason Meehan: 1-3, 1 R, 1 RBI

  • Branson Crawford: 2.0 IP, 2 ER, 1 BB

  • Sam Moore: 2 IP, 1 ER, 2 Ks

Branson Crawford, RHP, Gainesville, 2026
Uncommitted. Crawford shows a lot of athleticism on the bump+raw mechanics that will eventually lead to higher velo in the future. The FB sat 80-82 T84 w/ late 2 seam direction/life. Mixed in a short gyro SL in the low 70’s that showed decent feel. The SL will only get better as the arm speed+strength progresses! 

Mason Meehan, C/3B, West Forsyth, 2026
Uncommitted. The catcher came through in a big way for Team Georgia with a go ahead RBI triple. He looks confident and relaxed at the plate. He lands with big separation. His fast hands extend well through contact. Driving the ball to all fields with ease. Big power potential and a bat to keep an eye on.

Mason Cosaro, OF/LHP, Lambert, 2026
The outfielder had a big day for Team Georgia,leading off the 6th inning with a clutch triple to deep right to start a late inning comeback. Good presence in the box. Athletic toe tap to start the forward move. His front clears hard to make way for his hands. Good knee to knee drive. He has a swing that produces backspin and he can drive it to all fields. Projectable build.


Team GA 14u2 7, Team Pacific Northwest 1
The bats were ALIVE for this game against PNW and contact was consistently produced throughout the lineup. The hitters took an aggressive approach into this game early in the count which led to many balls put in play and generation of runs. This game was the epitome of a team effort with several players contributing to the W under the lights.

  • Reece Grodeman: 3 IP, 3Ks, 0 ER, 1 BB…1-1, Triple, 1 R, 1 RBI, 1 walk 

  • Maverick Chitwood: 1-1, 1 RBI, 1 walk 

  • Robert Bock: 1-1, 1 RBI

Reece Grodeman, RHP/3B, Cartersville, 2026 
Uncommitted. The 3B sealed the deal with a deep drive to center field for a one hop RBI triple. Ball really jumping off his bat. He starts tall and stays tall. Gets good separation. Sinks into backside well. Line drive swing with a lot of pop. Looked good on the mound in game 1 as well up to 85 with the fastball.


Tyler VanSumeren, OF/LHP, Tift County, 2026
Uncommitted. One of the most fluid and whippy swings we have for Team Georgia. He has a relaxed and balanced hand set up. Love the rhythm he has in his hands. Gets a great stretch between his upper and lower half. Barrel path is efficient and creates backspin. Hammered the ball at 95+ exit velocity. Very projectable swing.

Timothy Clark, OF/RHP, OLA, 2026
Uncommitted. The athleticism and approach stand out. Hunting fastballs and not missing when he gets them. The front hip clears aggressively and early. The back elbow drives his hands through the zone. Hustle type player stretched a single into a double for Team Georgia and was covering a large range in the outfield. Super confident on the field.

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