Prep Baseball Report

PBR Cup 2022: Georgia's Impact Bats

Phil Kerber
Georgia Scouting Director

The PBR Cup was once again a loaded event. It had it all. There were MLB Draft prospects, highly regarded underclassmen, and a slew of new faces that made big impressions. Spending the majority of my time keyed in on Georgia’s underclassmen. A few trends emerged that I will be highlighting over the course of several articles

The first trend we identified was the dominance of the 2025 southpaws. The second trend we looked at was the underclass power right-hander. Today, we are moving to the offensive side of things with five underclass impact bats. Keep reading to see who made the cut.

Owen Anchors OF / 1B / Dunwoody , GA / 2024

Clemson commit. Anchors has established himself as one of the top left-handed hitters in the state over the past few months. A lean, athletic 6-foot-3, 180-pounds, he possesses light tower power, something we saw consistently to the pull-side this summer. The ability to use that power to all fields continues to trend upwards. While that is noteworthy in and of itself, the true news is the lack of swing and miss from Anchors. He only recorded one strikeout in 16 PAs at the PBR Cup. This makes him all the more dangerous of a hitter.

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