PBR at The Rock Fall Championships: Uncommitted 2022 Position Players

By Andy Sroka & Diego Solares
Illinois & Wisconsin Staff

This past weekend, Sept. 23-26, PBR Wisconsin and PBR Tournaments hosted its final tournament of the calendar year: the PBR at The Rock Fall Championships. Our staff was on-hand to observe some of the top high school-aged prospects (classes 2022-25) in the area, primarily from Illinois and Wisconsin.

Today, we’re going to spend some time breaking down the best uncommitted upperclassmen in attendance, starting with senior position player stand-outs. Stay tuned throughout this week as we continue to share some of the highlights from the 2021 PBR at The Rock Fall Championships.


MIF Patrick Graham (Naperville North, IL): For the past year or so, Graham has been one of the best shortstops, defensively, in Illinois’ 2022 class. Naturally, this has made him one of the state’s best pound-for-pound prospects in the state, and the gains he’s made offensively have only just elevated his stock that much more. At The Rock, Graham showed greater balance in the batter’s box with a little more pre-pitch rhythm that allowed him to sync up hard-hit contact more fluidly. His offensive progress, combined with his advanced middle-infield actions, make him a need-to-know uncommitted player to seek out in the region.


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