Prep Baseball Report

OK Preseason All-State Event Preview

Andy Urban
OK/MO/KS Scouting Supervisor

This Saturday, Feb. 6th, the PBR Oklahoma team is hosting the Oklahoma Preseason All-State Showcase at the World Baseball Outreach indoor facility in Tulsa, OK. This is an invite-only event for all high school classes (2021-24), and gives our staff an ample look at many of the state's top players.

For a closer look at the showcase details and the technologies we'll have on-site to assist our in-person evaluation for all in attendance, click here. For a complete look at those registered to attend this event, view the most up-to-date version of the roster by clicking here. For all other event details such as check-in times and facility policies, click here

Event History

We've been hosting this event for the past five years, and it's consistently provided us a look at prominent players who've later gone on to receive invitations to select events, like the PBR Future Games. Among the players in attendance at this event in 2020, there are already 25 commitments with 6 going to the SEC or Big 12. From the 2019 event we have seen 55 commits to date and 66 and counting  from our 2018 event, well over 70% of the participants. 

We're looking forward to checking in on the next crop of talent from this event to earn next-level attention in the coming weeks, months, and years.

2021 Roster

There are a handful of player already committed coming to this year's event, looking to improve their profiles and prove themselves on a national level. Parker Coil was a standout at the 2019 Future Games where he dominated team Texas and committed to Arkansas shortly after. Nathan Rogalski is another long and projectable left-hander who committed to Oklahoma state last summer after the OK Summer Underclass Games. Kaemyn Franklin is one of the youngest commits we have ever seen, committing to Oklahoma last year, and will be the lone 2025 on the roster. Other talented committed players in attendance will include Zachary Carroll (Cowley County) and Aaron Baker (Cowley County).

Below we take a look a a few of the top uncommitted players that will be in attendance 


Tate Taylor SS / RHP / Kingfisher, OK / 2021

A lean and projectable true SS and high end defender, Taylor is coming back from injury and will make a solid addition to a middle infield at the next level. 


Will Taylor LHP / 1B / Kingfisher, OK / 2021

Long and wiry, Taylor shows some pop at the dish and projection on the mound from the left side. 

Gabe Harju 3B / RHP / Bishop Kelley, OK / 2021

There are reports that Harju, already a low 80s strike thrower last year has made a jump on the mound along with the addition of some strength. 


Parker Souter LHP / Bishop Kelley, OK / 2021

Souter showed the ability to pound both sides of the strikes zone with multiple pitches at the recent OK Winter Open, and could make a valuable left-handed piece to a college bullpen. 


Keaton Campbell SS / 3B / Charles Page, OK / 2022

A standout at this year's future games, Campbell has the hands feet and arm to stay on the left side of the infield and some power from the right-handed batters box. 


Braden Harper C / OF / Noble, OK / 2022

A skilled and high energy catcher behind the dish, Harper's game is balanced all the way around. The right-handed hitter features a short and strong swing with sneaky juice.

Duncan Key C / OF / Deer Creek, OK / 2022

Arguably the best defensive catcher in the class, Key has elite arm strength and excellent hands behind the dish. The right-handed hitter also shows bat speed at the dish with some strength. 

Flynn Sage LHP / OF / Cascia Hall, OK / 2022

The physically impressive left-hander was in the mid 80s the last time with saw him and there appears to be much more in the tank. 

Keaton Story RHP / OF / Deer Creek, OK / 2022

One of the most projectable arms in the class, Story is already reaching into the upper 80s with command of multiple pitches. 

Luke Stout 3B / SS / Carl Albert, OK / 2022

An all around athlete, Stout can play an position on the field. Defensively, he shines brightest behind the dish and at third base. With the bat, the left-handed hitter has a gap to gap approach and short, efficient, hand path. 



Blake Seefeldt 1B / RHP / Edmond Santa Fe, OK / 2022

One of the strongest players in the state, Seefeldt showed off a 101 mph exit velo from the right-side at the SWAT scout day. He also showed arm strength on the mound, up to 85 mph. 


Jesse Tisdell OF / 2B / Choctaw, OK / 2022

A future games standout this summer, Tisdell is one of the best natural outfielders in the state and causes havoc on the base paths with quick acceleration and speed. The right-handed hitter also controls the barrel, rarely punching out. 


Chapman McKown OF / OF / Norman North, OK / 2023

A football star at running back, McKown's athleticism shows through on the baseball field as one of the fastest players in the state. The right-handed hitter also shows some strength with the barrel. 

Taylor Tomlin OF / LHP / Deer Creek, OK / 2023

A rising 2023 with high-end speed, skill in center-field, and a contact orentied approach at the plate. Look for Tomlin to continue rising with the addition of size and strength. 


Cale Wetwiska OF / 3B / Bethany, OK / 2023

A solid athlete with bloodlines, Wetwiska keeps adding size and strength, propelling himself up the rankings every time we see him. 

Jack Williams OF / RHP / Bixby, OK / 2023

An absolute standout at this years Future Games, Williams is a physically impressive 6-foot-4 frame with the rare combination of athleticism at his young age. Williams is one of the most projectable players in the state. 



Michael Barham 3B / RHP / Duncan , OK / 2024

One of the most physically advanced freshman in the state, Barham impressed at the OK Summer Underclass Games with an exit velo 91 mph in BP


Pryce Bender SS / RHP / Edmond North, OK / 2024

A Junior Future Games standout, Bender is one of the top competitors in the 2024 class along with being one of the most projectable as well. A true two-way prospect at short stop with elite hands, feet, and barrel control at the dish and on the mound with the ability to command the zone with heavy arm side run and some velo.  

Kayden Campbell LHP / OF / Charles Page, OK / 2024

A young and projectable athlete, Campbell is a switch-hitting outfielder and left-handed pitcher who brings lots of value on both sides of the ball. It is still unclear where his future lies, but Campbell is a high-follow 2024 either way. 

Cade Cometti RHP / SS / Coalgate , OK / 2024

An athletic middle infielder, Cometti is already running a 7.2 60 and and posted trackman exit velos of 87 mph in BP. Cometti looks to be another OK small school standout. 


Owen Hall RHP / 3B / Edmond North, OK / 2024

A competitor with lots of room left to grow, the already 6-foot-1, 155-pound right-hander pounds the strike zone with multiple pitches including a fastball up to 80 mph. 


Marlon Moore SS / 2B / Canute, OK / 2024

One of the best defenders in his OK class with clean actions, Moore will continue to climb the rankings as he adds strength to his polished game. 


Bryan Williams Jr OF / 3B / Midwest City , OK / 2024

Arguably the best overall athlete in the class, not only in OK, but across the country, Williams Jr. gets better every time we see him. Williams Jr. proved he is also one of the toughest competitors around at last summers Future Games. 




Jonnie Gifford C / 1B / Bishop Kelley, OK / 2024

A physically advanced freshman, Gifford shows the top exit velo in the class at 91 and strong hands receiving behind the plate. 


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