Prep Baseball Report

Summer Future Games Trials: Quick Hits II

Cam Black-Araujo
Assistant Director, PBR Canada

On Monday, May 22nd, PBR Ontario hosted its first open outdoor showcase of the 2023 season with the Summer Future Games Trials. The event was a final chance for players to get in front of our staff before we begin breaking down what this summer's Future Games team will look like.

The event featured roughly 50 players from the 2025 and 2026 classes at Kings Christian Collegiate in Oakville for a pro-style workout and we begin to continue to break down all the top performers below with stat leaderboards.

At this event, we retrieved a significant amount of data on each player including: 60-yard times, batting practice measured by TrackMan, catcher pop-times and velocity, outfield evaluation and velocity, infield evaluation and velocity and pitcher bullpens analyzed and assessed by TrackMan. We pride ourselves on utilizing the latest technology in the game to provide the most accurate data for both the player and those recruiting/evaluating the player.

Below, we conclude our post-event coverage with our second and final set of Quick Hits, breaking down seven standouts from the event with reports and video.

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Jack Lee C / 3B / CASS, ON / 2024

2024 C Jack Lee was another standout catcher and the overall game continues to develop well with consistency on both sides of the ball. Was one of the top catchers from start to finish with pop-times of 2.12-2.15 and an accurate arm that was up to 69mph. The right-handed hitter showed the ability to find the barrel throughout batting practice with a Sweet Spot % of 83% and was looking to elevate the ball to the pullside. Had some of the better offensive metrics with a peak exit velocity of 90mph and distance of 310ft. This is one of the better performances we’ve seen from Lee who’s peaking at the right time as the season just opened here in Ontario.

Austin Boylan 3B / OF / Bill Crothers , ON / 2025

2025 INF/OF Austin Boylan was one of the top-ranked prospects in attendance on Monday. Versatile player who can handle third base or second base but looks to excel more in the outfield where his speed plays a factor. Was up to 83mph from the outfield and 80mph across the diamond. Right-handed hitter with strength and works gap-to-gap with the ability to find them in-game against good arms. Posted the top exit velocity at the event at 94.0mph with a peak distance of 296ft. He was also one of just two players to post a sub-7 60-time at 6.99. A good all-around player who consistently make an impact on games he plays in.

Evin O'Reilly C / RHP / Waterdown District, ON / 2025

2025 C Evin O’Reilly physically stood out at the Summer Future Games Trials last week. 6-foot-6, 205-pound frame gives him a presence behind the dish with his sheer size, averaging a pop-time of 2.12-2.25. During his round of BP, O’Reilly had a simple approach that spread the ball gap-to-gap for line drives while maintaining control of his body and bat throughout. O’Reilly had an impressive breakout this past March at PBR Spring Training and should be intriguing to watch as he matures this upcoming summer.

Ryan Mcdonagh 1B / 3B / Milton District, ON / 2025

2025 INF Ryan McDonagh has put together a good start to the year and fills out a uniform well at 6-foot-4, 200-pounds. Handled himself well at third base, although he man's first base for the Ontario Blue Jays where he’s able to defend at a high-level. There’s some arm strength in there, as well, as he got up to 84mph across the diamond. The right-handed bat will be what carries him throughout the next level and it showed well on Monday with a Sweet Spot % of 80 %. Had some of the top distance on the day 325 ft. (230ft. avg) and a peak exit velocity of 90.2mph.

Vince Persaud 3B / OF / Pickering , ON / 2025

2025 3B/OF Vince Persaud has attended multiple events this year and continues to be one the top performers out of the EBLO. Some strength in his game at 6-foot, 185-pounds and has the ability to play third base or man a corner spot in the outfield. Was up to 84mph from both outfield and infield and also ran a 7.09 60-yard dash. It wasn’t the best round of BP we’ve seen from Persaud, although the bat has really developed and trend upwards over the past year, he still found the barrel at a clip of 66%.

Allon Seepersaud RHP / C / R S McLaughlin Collegiate and Vocational, ON / 2025

2025 RHP/C Allon Seepersaud is another player who’s attended multiple events this year and continues to show his developments on the mound. 5-foot-10, 155-pound right-hander with a long, loose arm and a fastball that’s ticked upwards this year, now sitting in the 82-84mph range. Flashed a slider at 75mph with more of a downer-look to it and the changeup is the best secondary offering with some serious fade and horizontal break to it (28.3inches HM). With a pair of quality pitches right now, it will be interesting to see Seepersaud in-game throughout the summer.

Alexander Tassopoulos SS / 1B / Bill Crothers Secondary, ON / 2026

2026 SS Alex Tassopoulos is another player who’s shown well early on in 2023 and it’s the projection as a left-handed hitter that catches your eyes at 6-foot-3, 190-pounds. Length at the shortstop position give him range to both sides with a confidence in the glove and he was up 81mph across the diamond. It’s the offensive profile that’s most intriguing and it was more of a line-drive approach on Monday, although the power projects to the pullside. Posted a peak distance of 302ft. and exit velocity of 85.2mph.


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