Prep Baseball Report

Team PA Future Games: Quick Hits

Ted Williams
Director of Scouting, PA

The Keystone State took arguably its’ most athletic group to the Future Games a couple weeks ago, landing five runners under the 6.80 mark in the 60-yard dash. The offense led the way during gameplay, pounding out two 10+ hit efforts and a 2-1 overall record against the likes of Illinois, New Jersey, and Midwest.

While there were a tremendous number of talented performances, below we will hit on a few of the standouts that wore the #TeamPA uniform over the course of the week.

Three pitchers touched 90+ mph or better, including a T92 mph FB from flamethrower ‘24 RHP Jeremy Fallon (Souderton), who had college coaches buzzing with 3K in 2IP.

  • After recording a 6.51 60-yard dash and 33 inch vertical at 6-foot-2, 170lbs, ‘24 CF Grant Kennedy (Malvern Prep) continued his uber-athletic presence with three hits in eight at-bats, his loudest being a backside RBI triple to the RCF gap in Game 2. Then showed off during BP on the last day, lining low-effort barrels around the park for almost a minute straight.

  • ‘24 RHP Cade O’Leary (Central Catholic), who had a big spring in the WPIAL, absolutely carved to the arm-side of the plate with an advanced three-pitch mix. Held 88-90 mph with some deception at release, manipulating a late 11/5, 75-78 mph breaker and mid-80’s CH with depth that flashed plus. Four strikeouts in two innings pitched with much more to come in the frame.


  • ‘24 OF Trevor Dosenbach (Avon Grove) has seen a surge across the board in about every measurable category. Took arguably the top BP round on workout day, notching a 100% sweet spot rate and 95 mph peak exit, 90 mph AVG. Plenty of bat-speed and closed the gap with natural acceleration to all zones. The multi-sport athlete was down in the 6.62 range and manufactured a run by himself in Game 3 after stealing two bases, scoring on an overthrow.

  • ‘24 SS Zach Black (Serra Catholic) led #TeamPA with a 92 mph AVG exit velocity during batting practice, which carried over to a deep home-run in the opening game vs. Illinois. The same Illinois pitching staff only gave up two more runs the entire #PBRFG22 following. Also produced an in-game batted ball of 96 mph on a single, almost knocking over the centerfielder in the process.

  • ‘24 RHP Ian White Jr. (Haverford School) tossed two scoreless from a lower ¾ slot with above-average spin rates. Moved fast and the arm worked on time, keeping hitters in between speeds on 85-87 mph FB (2450rpms) and mid-70’s SL at 2500-2700. Movement patterns and pace suggest additional velocity on the way soon.

  • ‘24 SS James Schaffer (Pennsbury) was the second fastest runner at 6.61 and handled velocity as well as any hitter on #TeamPA. Went 3-5 with HBP, 2BB, and 4R in gameplay, one of the outs being a barrel at a fielder. Heard from the dugout describing Schaffer from a teammate during an 0-2 count, “He’s always in control.” Would later make it 1-2, 2-2, 3-2, and then singled to right field.

  • ‘24 OF Jack Mislan (Central Bucks East) checked in at 5-foot-11, 210lbs, running a 6.79 60-yard dash, and slugged two deep home runs to the pull-side during a must-watch batting practice session. One traveled to the top left of the scoreboard, a total of 373 feet, at 101 mph exit velocity per Trackman. The uber-physical RHH jumped an 0-0 FB in his second AB for a hard single back through the box. Also threw out a runner from left field on a bullet to the plate, holding the #TeamPA lead deep into Game 3.

  • ‘24 RHP Tucker DeLisle (Springside Chestnut Hill) reached back for T91 mph from a tough angle, creating weak contact on righties with the makings of a power SL back across the plate. Added some deception on the finish, falling hard off the left side of the rubber with long levers. Has since made his commitment to West Virginia University.

  • #TeamPA Catchers were an obvious strength at Lakepoint, each of the three (‘24 C Creed Erdos (Seneca Valley), ‘25 C Coy Allman (Donegal), and ‘24 C Jack Reichlin (Downingtown East) going sub-1.90 on pop times with upper-70’s arm-strength.

    • Erdos was a big arrow-up player after a strong week offensively and power in the lower half

    • Reichlin got it done with quick twitch and handled the pitching staff with grace, even through tough innings in the heat. Threw out a runner in Game 1.

    • Allman stole multiple shadow pitches on the corners, adding a laser-beam single to center in Game 2.



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