MS All State Games: Pitchers

Ronald Sims
Mississippi Scouting Director

The All-State Games took place on Sunday, November 18th at Braddy Field home of Jackson State University in Jackson, MS. The invite only event featured 30 of the top prospects – from across the state of Mississippi - complete the 60-yard dash, positional workouts, live batting practice, followed by live game action in the afternoon.

Previously, our scouting staff looked at the top statistical performers, which you can view HERE. Today, our scouting staff recaps the event with a few quick hits and observations of a 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022 pitcher from the event.

To see the complete list of position player stats, CLICK HERE.

To see the complete list of pitching stats, CLICK HERE.


Leif Moore SS / RHP / St. Martin, MS / 2019

Pearl River CC recruit. Athletic 5-foot-11, 180-pound right-hander with lean build and room to add strength. Showed polish, and athleticism to his delivery with feel for the position. Medium arm stroke into high-3/4 release with quick arm speed and regular effort. Pitched 85-88 mph with his fastball, showing ability to command the pitch to both sides of the plate with life to the arm side. Breaking ball showed near 12/6 shape with quality spin and depth at 70-72 mph. Also showed feel for a changeup with fastball arm speed, deception and fade action at 78-79 mph.




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