2020 Future Games: Team TN Corner Infielders

Colton Provey
Tennessee Scouting Director

The 2020 PBR Future Games was a major success for the Team Tennessee squad as over 400 of the best uncommitted prospects competed at the Lakepoint Sports Complex. With a loaded roster and big time performances throughout the weekend, the team has had eight players commit over the six weeks and more on the horizon. Next, we'll breakdown the four corner infielders that donned the orange and gray and handle hot corner duties.  


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Miller Green | LHP/1B | Lipscomb Academy | 2023 | Uncommitted

6-foot-5, 190-pound lefty has an incredibly high-ceiling on the bump, but Green was unable to pitch over the weekend, leading him to strictly swinging that smooth lefty stick while manning first base.  Although his future seems to be on the bump (FB: 81-86, 1740-1858 rpm | CB: 70-73, 2353-2552 rpm via Trackman), as I’ve said all summer, don’t sleep on the bat.  Extra-long and lanky frame with great leverage from left side.  Showcased some good pull side juice (Max Exit Velo: 96.5 mph via Trackman), but a balanced hitter who can handle any pitching.  Good bat speed with max at 70.3 mph and 67.9 average while hammering some doubles. The overall athleticism is still catching up to his frame, but controls his body well and moves well around 1B.  A premium lefty talent on the hill, but no slouch with doing damage with the barrel. 



Thomas Cooper | 3B/1B | Ravenwood | 2022 | Uncommitted

6-foot-2, 195-pound corner infielder had a steady weekend across the board.  Cooper, a natural third baseman, proved to be one of the better defenders for Team Tennessee.  Solid frame w/ some present strength.  Really handles the glove with good transitions and the arm strength to stay on the hot corner, while also handling his business at first base.  Offensively, the right-handed hitter barreled up some balls with not much to show for it in gameplay, but good approach and some gap power there (Max Exit Velo: 95.9 mph | Distance: 363 ft via Trackman).  Showed great bat speed (Avg: 74.9 mph via Blast) as well.  At the next level, an exceptional defender, regardless of position, and can make impacts driving in runs trailing the heart of the order.  



Jordan Carter | 3B/OF | Grace Christian | 2023 | Uncommitted 

5-foot-11, 180-pound corner infielder put on a show during the showcase BP.  Carter hit multiple long balls (Max: 374 ft via Trackman) and gappers with excellent bat speed (Avg: 77.6 mph via Blast) and rotational data (Max: 20.7 G via Blast).  Although only a 2023, strong physical prescience and swift powerful runner (7.03 on 60), which stood out considering the frame.  In the games, pressed a touch at the plate, not flashing his very balanced approach and lengthy at bats, but considerable amount of juice and healthy cuts. Defensively, played a nice hot corner, flashing some great glove work and mobility with an unorthodox arm path, but accurate and solid arm strength.  Carter is a special all-around offensive player, with great approach and ability to pick up extra base hits in bunches, and the chance to be an above average defender in the corners (3B/OF) at the next level.  



Myles Denton | 3B | Ravenwood | 2022 | Uncommitted

6-foot-1, 160-pound hot corner prospect is the definition of high-ceiling upside.  Although not near as physical as his teammates due to his mega-lean frame, Denton swings the stick like a grown man.  Great bat path, getting on plane early and often (90% on plane efficiency via Blast), and solid bat speed (Max: 67.5 mph via Blast) and rotation numbers (Max: 19.4 G via Blast) to transcend up the game.  Advanced approach and just a strong knack for picking up hits, but will be a gap-to-gap power/pull side guy when he takes another step and fills out his frame.  Defensively, very solid on the hot corner, good hands and average arm strength.  At the next level, the bat is going to play as he continues to develop and fine tune things while manning a solid hot corner.  “The Moose” will be a must follow throughout the fall as we head into 2021 slate.