2020 Future Games: Team TN Right Handed Pitchers

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 eleven players commit over the past few months and more on the horizon. Next, we'll breakdown the 5 right handed pitchers that donned the orange and gray at PBR Future Games.   

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Will Dugan, RHP, Lipscomb Academy, 2022
6-foot-3, 230-pound right hander got the ball rolling at PBR Future Games in his two innings against Indiana, while punching out three and surrendering one run.  Strong, bulky frame with some juice in his arm. Quiet, repeatable delivery with strong balance point, smoothly working downhill.  Smooth, long arm stroke with slight effort working up to 3/4  slot. Throws a heavy FB at 85-89 (2009-2221 rpm per Trackman) w/ slight arm side action and maintained velo throughout outing with more in the tank. Mixed low 70s breaking ball with gradual break, but challenging tunnel off FB.  Not a dominant offspeed, but flashes of sharpness to build upon. Dugan committed to Lipscomb after breaking 90 this fall at Lakepoint and showing more bite on breaking ball. 


Owen Geiger, RHP, Munford, 2023
6-foot-3, 205-pound right-hander tossed two frames against Missouri in Game three with three punchouts. The ‘23 arm has a tall, big-body frame with present physicality and good projection.  Minimal movement throughout the delivery, maintaining good head posture and advanced repeatability.  In true catcher nature, short, tight arm action working up to high 3/4 slot with controlled, low effort intent.  Pounds the zone with FB at 83-87 (1882-2172 rpm per Trackman) with late life.  Ball jumps out of the hand and can beat barrels when elevated.  Worked strictly two-pitch mix with 72-74 mph CB.  Downer 11/5 action with flashes of bite and solid spin (1923-2146 rpm per Trackman). Originally a catcher, Geiger’s future looks to be on the bump, given his high ceiling projection and early feel for two-pitches.


Logan Quales, RHP, Tennessee, 2022
Uncommitted; 6-foot-3, 195-pound long, lean frame with great projection and natural arm strength. Just scratching the surface of his potential after coming out of the pen for the East TN Crusaders this summer. Live fastball at 87-92 that comes out of the hand clean and beats barrels, occasional cut. Spins it really well, up to 2442 rpm (via Trackman) and sitting mostly north of 2100 rpm at PBR Future Games. Paired with a sweeping SL at 76-79 (1700-1900s rpm; Max: 1979 rpm via Trackman) with potential to be a quality off speed offering with some fine tuning.  Heavy FB mix at this point, but a promising two-pitch sequence.  Quales is the top uncommitted arm in the 22’ class  and showed be interesting to see his growth as he tries to harness his stuff  heading into 2021.  


Brady Robertson, RHP, Trinity Christian Academy, 2022
Uncommitted; 6-foot-3, 165-pound long, lanky right-hander with great projection.  Loose, fluid rhythm through delivery and maintains good body control while showing quick, whippy arm action.  FB sat 85-89 with late life/action, spinning at 1900-2100 (Max: 2174 rpm via Trackman).  Maintained velo deep into outings, showing some durability.  Mixed a CB/SL at 71-75 with mostly biting 11/5 shape and decent spin (1800-2100s rpm; Max: 2228 rpm via Trackman).  More CB at the moment, but should develop into a nice SL, which he can throw for strikes and bury for chase.  Robertson looks to be a highly sought arm and big part of the Trinity Christian Academy staff in 2021.


Chris Smith, RHP, First Assembly Christian, 2023
6-foot, 155-pound two-time Future Gamer grades towards the top of his class in regards to pure arm strength.  Lean, wiry frame with good athleticism and some projection.  Quiet, delivery and controlled tempo with quick, whippy arm working up to 3/4 slot.  The stuff hasn’t been an issue with Smith, who shows three pitches that dance and dart creating good separation, but harnessing the stuff has been Smith’s biggest obstacle.  Lively, high-spin FB worked 85-90 (2026-2302 rpm per Trackman) with occasional arm side action.  Heavy FB mix, but showed mid 70s CB and 78-82 mph CH.  The breaking ball took a slight step back after looking like a 12/6 hammer early in his prep career, and developing into more SL action.  Third offering is hard CH with slight fade and potential to develop to round out mix. Smith has the stuff to be a power 5 arm, but needs to take the next step in commanding the zone and showing more consistency from outing to outing. He's made small steps in 2020, and once it clicks, he should be an exciting prospect to watch. 


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