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Colorado Class of 2025: Initial Rankings


Josh Reynolds
Colorado State Director

We continue with player rankings this week and move to the 2025 class. For our initial 2025 class rankings, we will start with 25 players and continue to evaluate and expand as this class moves through high school. At the top are a couple of Power 5 commits, followed by two-way talent, power arms, physical bats, and athleticism. With the 2025 class just beginning their sophomore year, they will be fun to follow as they continue to mature and develop over the next few months leading up to the spring season. Let's take a deeper look at the Top 5 below.

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The Top 5

 

Boston Kellner SS / 3B / N/A, CO / 2025

The Louisville commit receives the inaugural number one ranking in the class. He is a prime athlete who plays shortstop, has pop in his bat, and will run his fastball 86-89, with a 73-76 breaking ball. He will be fun to watch as he continues to develop and grow his game.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas Stewart RHP / SS / J.K. Mullen, CO / 2025

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Ethan Sanchez OF / LHP / Legacy, CO / 2025

5 foot 9, 165-pound two-way talent. Advanced approach at the plate, with bat-to-ball skills. He is up to 85 on the mound from the left side, with a feel for his curveball (74). A very competitive kid who has played well against older age groups.

 

 

 

 

 

Connor Larkin 1B / LHP / Cherry Creek, CO / 2025

6 foot 2, 175-pound two-way talent. A quality frame with room to fill out. He shows an advanced approach at the plate and sprays the ball to all fields. He can play first base, outfield, and pitch also. On the mound, he is 80-82 with a 68-72 curveball and feel for a change-up.

 

 

 

 

 

Ethan Zufall RHP / 3B / Broomfield , CO / 2025

6 foot 1, 190-pound, two-way, who projects on the mound at this point. He has a strong lower half, with present strength throughout. He attacks hitters with a fastball (85-8), slider (73-74), curveball (67-68), and a change-up (71-75). Defensively, he is a corner infielder who moves well with good actions. A simple approach in the box and with strength to the swing (100,4 max EV).

 

 

 

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