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PG World Series recap

Tournaments : : Story
Jheremy Brown        
Published: Thursday, July 31, 2014

Editor's note: Perfect Game recognizes that there are dozens of standout performers at this year's 15u and 16u PG World Series. The thoughts provided below are first-hand observations from Scouting Coordinator Jheremy Brown during the events' third and fourth days.


Day 3

Grant Bodison
(2016, Simpsonville, S.C.) has been one of the most consistent performers on the defensive side of the ball all week at the 16u PG World Series. Starting at shortstop for the EvoShield Canes, Bodison’s athleticism shines on ground balls, whether it be to his left or right. The University of South Carolina commit is very well coordinated for his size, something that has improved over the


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