Event Preview: Wichita Preseason ID

Andy Urban
KS/OK/MO/AR/Creekside Scouting Supervisor

On Sunday, January 29th, the PBR Kansas staff will travel to the 316 indoor facility in Wichita to host the inaugural Wichita Preseason ID. This event, like all of our showcases, will serve as an opportunity for our staff to check in on players from this respective region of the state prior to the high school season commencing. All of our events serve as identifiers for future invite-only events as well, such as the Preseason All-State or PBR Future Games.

For more information about our Preseason IDs, click HERE. To see an up-to-date roster of the Wichita Preseason ID, click HERE. Registration for this event is still open for all 2023-to-2026 graduates. If you’re interested in registering for the event, click HERE.


Though we’re familiar with a handful of names on this roster, there will be several players who are making their PBR debut on Sunday. We’re excited to see these new faces and add them to our expanding player database that spans across the state.

At first glance, however, there’s plenty of talent on this roster, starting with RHP/OF Tyner Horn. The Wichita State commit has been rumored to be up into the mid 90s and is looking to earn a spot in our upcoming Super 60 procase in Chicago. In the 2024 class uncommitted and high ranked prospects include SS Brady Unrein, OF Austin Selenke, OF Taccarri Brown,  3B Connor Taylor, and 1B Quinn Groebl. Some of the top ranked 2025s coming to the event include SS Cade Martinez and C Sam Soderstrom, A few 2026s who have previously impressed include SS Rowan Foster, C Tommy Ahlf, and OF Gatlin TIlson



+ Check-in Times:

Position Players: 10:00 A.M.

Pitcher Onlys: 1:30 P.M.

*Catchers will stay for both sessions


Click here to learn more about our tech partners that have enhanced our players showcase experience. Partners like TrackMan, Blast Motion, and Swift have helped both our in-event evaluation process, as well the compilation of our post-event scouting reports – and they're also a tool for our players to learn more about their measured and collected data, that can be applied to improve upon their game.