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Tournaments  | Story  | 9/5/2019

PG On Deck: Sept. 5

Blake Dowson     
Photo: Max DeJong (Perfect Game)
Southeast Qualifier #1

20 teams from around the southeast – and one from New York – will descend upon the Atlanta area and the East Cobb Complex to compete in the sixth annual Southeast Qualifier #1 from Sept. 6-8, with a birth into the WWBA World Championship in Jupiter, Florida is on the line.

Nelson Baseball School is back to defend their title from 2018, with returning talent on the team as well. Max DeJong, one of the top prospects expected to play in the event, is a 2020 grad committed to play his college ball at Georgia. He is the No. 7 righthanded pitching prospect in the state of Georgia.

Dejong is one of 10 top-500 players to attend the event, including No. 106 overall prospect Marquis Grissom Jr and No. 110 Rece Ritchey.

For more information, visit the Event Page.

SoCal Prospect Showcase

Southwestern College in San Diego will be the site of the inaugural SoCal Prospect Showcase from Sept. 7-8.

Talented players from across California and neighboring states will be in attendance to establish their benchmark talent and skill levels heading into fall and winter workouts throughout the country.

Perfect Game showcases are a great way to get a full evaluation from scouts and earn a PG Grade on the website, which is automatically factored into national rankings.

On Saturday, the SoCal Prospect Showcase will include a 60-yard dash, outfield throws from right field and infield throws from shortstop, first base throws, catcher pop times, and batting practice, which includes Diamond Kinetics testing. Sunday will host two scrimmages.

For more information, visit the Event Page.

PG USA Playmaker Sunday Series

Four divisions of two different age groups will be in Hoover, Alabama this on Sept. 8 to compete in the first annual PG USA Playmaker Sunday Series.

The 12U age group will be split into Major and Minor divisions, with the 14U groups split up in the same way.

10 teams from across the state of Alabama will compete in the 14U age groupings, and 11 teams will be in the 12U divisions.

For more information, visit the event pages: 12U Minor, 12U Major, 14U Minor, 14U Major.