Brayden Broome




Ringgold (HS) • GA
6-2 • 175LBS • R/R


2020 National

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Broome seems to get better every time I see him, and at 6-foot-2, 175 pounds, he has an excellent frame and has room to get even stronger. His game is smooth both in the box and defensively. He relies on fluid actions and good rhythm for the game. The bat has really started to come and he does it with an upright stance, with high hands and a leg lift that he picks up and puts down without getting too far out on his front side. The power during batting practice played better than his exit velocity of 86 mph would indicate. He’s an up-the-middle defender who can play both center and shortstop, and plays both with an easy gait and fluid actions. Watching Broome reminds me of a young Jordy Mercer, both in terms of actions, body, and strength at this age. Broome has a chance to make big strides over the next year and is one to keep a close eye on.


The Ringgold Tigers have a bonafide prospect in Andre Tarver (last week’s PBR Georgia Player of the Week), but don’t sleep on the junior shortstop Broome. The unsigned infielder has a good body, at 6-foot-2, 175 pounds, with the actions to match. He can throw, and showed good hands and an accurate arm last week. Broome has feel at the plate in the right-handed batter’s box, and stands in like a next-level hitter. There’s no reason to think that Broome won’t continue to get stronger, and he already has the actions to really take a step forward once he does.


Didn't have any defensive chances during game action, but stood out during pre-game with his ability to play low-to-high with a soft glove. Arm strength is currently playable, while he could get additional carry on throws from his over-the-top slot by lengthening out his arm path. Right-handed hitter has a fairly quiet set-up with a slight bat waggle for rhythm. Path has a bit of length right now, although expect the bat speed to pick up as he adds strength to his (eyeballing it) 6-foot-1, 170-pound frame.

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