Florida 2024 Rankings: Post-Summer Update
August 23, 2023
After a busy summer, the 2024 Class is really starting to take shape as they start their last year of high school. Lots of new names stood out this summer while others continued to make the jumps we thought they would. We have updated the Class of 2024 rankings with lots of movement up and down the board. We are looking forward to following this class as they head into their senior year.
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The number one player in the Florida Class of 2024 is OF/LHP Noah Franco. The uncommitted 2024 is an elite two-way talent in his class, but the bat really impressed scouts this summer. Franco stands out with his 6-foot-3, 195 pound frame. Left-handed hitter creates leverage, hands are loose, and drives the ball to all fields. Tons of upside in the bat.
Jumping to number two in this class is LHP Johnny King. King is a Miami recruit who has been up to 93 mph this year with his fastball. Sits 90-92 with a sharp, late breaking slider. He is a dynamic mover with a whippy arm from a low release height. Jumps at times with strong whiff potential on both pitches.
At number three is another riser in this 2024 class in OF Ty Head. Head is an NC State recruit that oozes projection. Long, lean 6-foot-3, 190 pound frame. Head is comfortable and confident in the box looking to do damage. Easy left handed swing that continues to add power potential to it. Head is athletic all across the diamond with a lot of tools to like.
Coming in at number four is RHP Schuyler Sandford. The Gators recruit continues to be one of the top arms in the country in this 2024 class. 6-foot-5, 210 pounds. Long, loose arm, quick to the plate. Fastball in the mid 90s has life and generates whiffs. Hard slider continues to get better each look.
Rounding out the top five and perhaps the biggest riser this summer is 1B Myles Bailey. The FSU recruit is one of the most physical players in the country. At 6-foot-4, 225 pounds, Bailey’s ability to produces consistent 95+ exit velos gives him some of the best power in the class. Bailey tore up the 2023 summer circuit and proved to be one of the top bats in the state. Look for Bailey to continue his rise this fall.
|1||Noah Franco||FL||IMG Academy||2024||OF|
|3||Ty Head||FL||Windermere||2024||OF||North Carolina State|
|4||Schuyler Sandford||FL||St. Johns Country Day||2024||RHP||Florida|
|5||Myles Bailey||FL||Lincoln||2024||1B||Florida State|
|6||Fabio Peralta||FL||Miami Christian||2024||OF||Miami|
|7||Dylan Jordan||FL||Viera||2024||RHP||Florida State|
|8||Chase Mobley||FL||Durant||2024||RHP||Florida State|
|9||Devin Fitz-Gerald||FL||Stoneman Douglas||2024||SS||North Carolina State|
|10||Lazaro Collera||FL||Westminster Christian||2024||RHP||Miami|
|Orlando State Games Tryout||FL||08/26||Lake Brantley - Altamonte Springs, FL|
|2023 Senior State Games (Invite-Only)||FL||09/23||Holman Stadium - Vero Beach, FL|
|2023 Rising Stars State Games (Invite-Only)||FL||09/30||Jackie Robinson Ballpark - Daytona, FL|
|2023 Junior State Games (Invite-Only)||FL||10/14||Holman Stadium - Vero Beach, FL|
|2023 Sophomore State Games (Invite-Only)||FL||10/21||Jackie Robinson Ballpark - Daytona, FL|