Prep Baseball Report

Season Review: Loganville

Hudson Graham
PBR Georgia Staff

Our goal at Prep Baseball Report is to promote high school players, and give them the exposure they need to be able to play at the next level. With the 2020 high school season cancelled, we want to continue to be able to promote players, even when baseball is not being played. We have sent surveys out to coaches around the state and got their input on the first weeks of the season. Over the next few weeks, we will highlight the season and standout players, team by team.


Record: 9-5

Went 4-0 in Hoover, AL, defeating IMG in the championship 13-1. Other notable wins over Blessed Trinity and Winder. Lost to Parkview, Mill Creek and North Gwinnett

2020 Standouts:

Ian King, C, Loganville, 2020
South Georgia Commit
Season Statistics: .385, OB% 500, 15 hits

Jackson Ford, 2B, Loganville, 2020

Season Statistics: .333

Dawson Hammonds, RHP, Loganville, 2020

Georgia Highlands Commit
Season Statistics: ERA 2.52, 1 save, averaged a strikeout per inning.

Jacob Autry, RHP, Loganville, 2020
Season Statistics: ERA 1.35, IP, 10.1, 9 K (Earned the win vs IMG in Championship Game) 

2021 Standouts:

Daniel Braswell, OF, Loganville, 2021
UGA Commit
Season Statistics: BA .333, HR 4, RBI 11, R 14

3/9/20 - Georgia commit. Extra large frame 6-foot 4 225-pounds with broad slope shoulders, fully developed strong body with more strength through the hips and quads, lumberjack strength. Below avg runner. Good arm, throws accurately.  Defensively the big man moves around easy, has good agility and excellent flexibility. Good understanding how to shift weight around the bag and provides his teammates an extra 6 feet with an outstanding stretch and pick. Plenty of range for first, he’s got a good first step on GBs and achieves a very fundamental fielding position with hands extended out front easy vision on hands. He knows how to use that lobster claw. Offensively: well balanced set up and well balanced through swing.  Easy stride down, firm front side with strong backside push. Can hit to all fields but prefers to look on the inner half. BIG power, this is the kind of bat you can build a lineup around, rare power and coordination. One of the most imposing hitters I’ve seen this year, strong enough to fight a 2 strike GB through the infield on bad contact and his good contact ball jumps off the bat. Bottom line: physically ready right now player with usable power, should compete to start at the next level.

Chan Haulk, 1B, Loganville, 2021

Season Statistics: BA .333


Michael Mason, DH, Loganville, 2021
Season Statistics: BA .333


Brocker Way, OF, Loganville, 2021
2019 Future Games Participant 
Hit over .500  going 4-7 in the Hovver, AL HS Showdown with 3 RBI and 5 Runs Scored.

2019 Future Games
3/9/20 - Left handed hitter  5-foot-10 185-pounder with well developed shoulders, muscular throughout well developed proportional. Defense:  good first step on the ball with direct angles on the ball, smart player doesn’t try to do too much runs down what he can keeps the rest infront of him. Solid avg arm to all bases with good accuracy. Offense:  Brocker is a very tough out. Well balanced compact approach. He uses a strong backside and a direct stroke angle to create plus bat speed. Hammers balls to all fields and has become a big run producer for Loganville over the last few weeks.  Uncommitted this is a smart player with a dangerous bat that can definitely play at the next level.

2022 Standouts:

Riley Cruce, LHP, Loganville, 2022 
Season Statistics: 3-0,  IP 21, K 25, ERA 0.68 (Wins over Jefferson, Doral Academy and Oconee)

Trenton Burnett, RHP, Loganville, 2022

Season Statistics: 2-2 IP 16.1,K 11,  ERA 3.42 (Wins over Winder and Vestavia Hills)


Will Cawthon, C/2B, Loganville, 2022
Season Statistics: BA .300

10/11/19 - At 6-foot-3, 165-pounds with a highly-projectable frame, Cawthon was easy to pick out given his athleticism both at the plate and behind the dish. Still adding strength, the foundation at the plate stands out right now with an easy rhythm. Generating some power with a knee-knock stride that separates the hands down and back into a power position with a slight wrap, Cawthon is well-connected throughout the process which allows his quick hands to control the barrel through the zone. His flat path through the zone features some lag with a loose, one-handed finish, and he demonstrates and ability to change planes on the swing. Defensively, his loose hips and soft hands stand out right now along with quality feel for the position overall. His continued physical maturation appears likely, and combined with his current foundation, could give Cawthon a significant boost in the future.

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