Mississippi Preseason All-State: Top 10 Performers

Matt Miller & Colin Chamblin
PBR Mississippi Staff

Madison, MS - The Mississippi Preseason All-State was held on Saturday, January 21st at the Southern Performance Institute in Madison, MS. This event was an invite-only event that consisted of some of the top prospects from the 2023-2026 classes. These players went through extended pro-style workout that included batting practice using Trackman and Blast Motion, ran the 30 yard dash using Swift Performance, and much more. Pitchers were able to throw in simulated bullpens during the workout and were able to get numbers and metrics off of our Trackman unit, such as pitch velocity, spin rate, horizontal & vertical movement & much more. There were some players who showed up and continued to build off of prior performances, but there were also some new names who jumped onto our radar with a strong showing on Saturday.

This event was loaded with talent across the state and we as a staff were excited to see a wide pool of 2023-2026 prospects showcase their skills for us at the event. Wrapping up our post-event content, we have decided to highlight the Top-10 Performers from the Preseason All-State.

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10. 3B/RHP Jackson Moore, Tishomingo County, 2025
Moore is another former PBR Junior Future Games member that continues to excel. Although he’s a lock down third baseman with a solid arm, the sophomore continues to gain attention with his increasingly high exit velocities and plus power potential. The 6-0 180 pound righty can pitch as well with a fastball that sits in the low to mid 80’s and solid secondary stuff. Moore continues to do the things that put him on a short list for an invitation to this summer’s Future Games.

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