TX Most Viewed Profiles: July 2022


Brandon Gowins
Assistant Scouting Director

PBR Texas strives to be the most comprehensive source of player information across the state. Prep Baseball Report is the No. 1 resource for high school baseball in each state we cover through our variety of events, boots-on-the-ground scouting staff, daily coverage, and multimedia platforms. Our multimedia platforms and events work in tandem, ultimately creating the most powerful source of high school baseball promotion in each state.  

As August gets underway and the Summer Season starts to wind down, our PBR TX staff takes a look at the top 10 most viewed Texas profiles of July. We are able to drill down into the data and track the number of reads thanks to Google analytics. 

*Click on each player's name or picture to see their full profile.

TX Most Viewed Profiles: July 2022

Jett Williams SS / OF / Rockwall-Heath, TX / 2022

Williams was taken in the 1st Round of this years draft at #14 by the NY Mets. The dynamic athlete had two state appearances for Rockwall Heath, winning the 6A State Title in 2021.

 

Blake Mitchell C / RHP / Sinton, TX / 2023

The past 12 months has been a whirlwind for Mitchell. Playing for Team USA, a State Title with Sinton and dominating every national event in between.  He is squarely in the mix to hear his name called in the 1st round of the 2023 Draft.

 

Travis Sykora RHP / SS / Round Rock, TX / 2023

If you are in to big projectable pitchers who can touch 99 comfortably then Sykora is your guy.  He joins Mitchell as being an early favorite to hear his name called in the 1st round of next years draft.

 

 

Cade Arrambide C / Tomball, TX / 2024

One of the more complete catchers in the country.  The former Florida Gator commit recently switched his pledge to LSU. Arrambide is one of the better catch and throw guys in the country and has middle of the order offensive upside.

 

Carson Allen SS / RHP / Canyon, TX / 2026

Allen's great year concluded at Lakepoint as he represented Team Texas in the Jr. Future Games.  The LHH has a lot of upside at the plate, and as he learns to use his body should grow into some power. 

 

Cole Phillips RHP / OF / Boerne , TX / 2022

Phillips was all the buzz early in the Spring as he was registering upper 90's heat with ease.  Then a arm injury put the draft into question for Phillips. Turns out, his body of work was enough as the Atlanta Braves selected him with the 57th pick of the draft.

 

Theo Gillen SS / RHP / Westlake , TX / 2024

One of the more dynamic Offensive Profiles in the country. Gillen has a rare blend of Hit tool, Power Potential and Speed that makes sure you neve miss an at bat. 

 

Luke Billings OF / RHP / Prosper , TX / 2025

Our #1 player in the '25 class, Billings does everything well.  He still shows elite two way ability on both sides of the ball. His command continues to take the next step on the mound as well. 

 

Brayden Sharp LHP / OF / The Woodlands, TX / 2023

Sharp made a lot of noise recently after he committed to Tennessee to play for Coach Vitello and company. The LHP has electric stuff with a FB that continues to tick up and a breaking ball that can  be a true swing and miss pitch.

 

Casan Evans RHP / SS / St. Pius X, TX / 2024

Evan has one of the best pitch ability/upside combos in the country.  The stuff itself is electric.  He tops out in the mid 90's and shows a wipeout slider.  But Evans is also a good athlete, who commands the strike zone with the full arsenal.

 

 

 

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