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2021 PBR Future Games: Team TN Quick Hits

Colton Provey
Tennessee Scouting Director

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2021 marked the 11th annual PBR Future Games, which is a one-of-a-kind event featuring the best uncommitted prospects (2023 and 2024 class) from 40-plus states and Canada, all meeting in Georgia at the Lakepoint Baseball Complex. Players represent their state in the premier summer scouting event, which saw approximately 330 college coaches from all over the country in attendance this year. Wednesday kicked off the festivities as players participated in Loden Sports Testing and Vizual Edge eye testing at the Champions Center after picking up their Mizuno threads for the week. Players participated in a pro-style workout in "pod fashion" (4 regional states grouped together), running the sixty, BP with Trackman and Blast Motion, and defensive evaluation. Following the workout, teams participated in three 7-inning games throughout the weekend. 

The PBR Future Games is the headliner event for the summer, and Team TN handled the pressure and showed well, finishing with a 1-2 record and several standout performances.  TN had ten arms that were 87+ on the bump, including Jacob Conquest tickling 92 in the finale vs Kentucky. Jaron Elkins touched 93 from the outfield, then had the play of the event stealing home on a triple steal during game one vs Mississippi.  TN flashed a lot of athleticism with six players logging at sub seven laser sixty, headlined by London Humphreys blistering 6.40 time. Hunter High joined #PBRBombSquad with an oppo taco in game two against Alabama before later adding a triple in game three. Below, dive into the metrics and quick hit coverage of all the Tennessee action from #PBRFG21. 

Team TN was represented by 23 uncommitted rising juniors and sophomores from all across the Volunteer State. Here are the top metrics from Team TN and the overall rank from the event:

60 Time: London Humphreys 6.40 (3rd)
INF Velo:  Hunter High 85 (T 65th)
OF Velo: Jaron Elkins 93 (3rd)
C Velo: Kaden Wilks & Bradley Pippin 80 (T 7th)
Pop Time: Bradley Pippin 1.94 (T 33rd)
Exit Velo: Hunter High 94.82
Avg Exit Velo: Christian Taylor 90.2 
Max Distance: Brodie Johnston 354 ft (T 90th)
Avg Distance: Kaden Wilks 273 ft (T 46th)
FB Velo: Jacob Conquest 91.66 (7th)
FB Spin: Connor Martin 2443 rpm (35th) 
CB Spin: Connor Martin 2635 rpm (10th)
SL Spin: Brennan Mealer 2312 rpm (46th)

Full #PBRFG21 Stat Leaderboard

Team TN Stat Analysis


Tennessee Quick Hits

Hunter High, INF, Lipscomb Academy, 2023 (Tennessee Commit)


Jaron Elkins, OF/RHP, Goodpasture Christian, 2023 (Wright State Commit)



Jordan Carter, OF, Grace Christian Academy, 2023


Bradley Pippin C/RHP, Riverdale, 2024


Connor Martin, RHP, Goodpasture Christian, 2023


Hudson Barton, RHP, Grace Christian Academy, 2024



Jacob Conquest, RHP, Greenbrier, 2023


Jaxon Sheffield, OF/RHP, Tullahoma, 2023


Maddox Jones, RHP, Silverdale Baptist, 2024


Adam Roth, LHP, Dickson County, 2023


Andrew Moore, RHP, CAK, 2023


Aaron Moffitt, CINF, Livingston Academy, 2023


Tanner Lane, 1B/LHP, Goodpasture Christian, 2023


Robinson Martin, INF, Houston, 2024


Braxton Orr, SS/RHP, CPA, 2023


Brodie Johnston, INF, Boyd Buchanan, 2024


Kaden Wilks, C/OF, Hendersonville, 2023


Cole Nycz, RHP, Hendersonville, 2023


Bridger Hamilton, RHP/C, Sevier County, 2024


London Humphreys, OF, CPA, 2023


Christian Taylor, SS, Green Hill, 2023


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