Perfect Game like PBR and others does showcases. They give each player a ranking on the different aspects of baseball according to how they see the player position-wise. The scores range from 0-10 with 10 being a first round draft pick and down to shouldn't be playing at all. Normally if you pay the amount for the showcase you will get a 6 or up. The flaw that I see with the system is that if you are being recruited by P5 schools you automatically jump to a 9 or 9.5 because that is their category for top college prospects. PBR uses a similar system and the flaw is still there. I understand they cannot afford to miss on a kid with their rankings but I have seen kids make the jump from 8 to 9.5 when they are recruited by a P5. If the P5 gets it wrong, then PG or PBR can say we weren't the only ones who got it wrong.
They show him as a RHP/UT player but he has a pop time so at some point he was a catcher also. PG profile says he was committed to Washington at some point. It will be interesting to see what they do with him. His pitching velo posted is PG 91 and PBR 89 both in 2021. By the write-ups seems to be a solid all around player.