Updated and Expanded Florida Class of 2021 Rankings Released: Newcomers


Mike Maerz
Director of Florida Operations/Area Scout


Last week there was an update to the
Overall Class of 2021 Rankings which featured two players from the state of Florida (RHP Irving Carter and RHP Andy Painter) that appeared in the Top 10. This particular class is not only strong at the top with high level talent, but has plenty of depth as well with 36 players from the state of Florida appearing in the Top 250 nationally. For a more in-depth breakdown of how the Florida class stacked up nationally in the latest overall update, take a look at the Class of 2021 Overall Rankings by the Numbers.

Earlier this week, we made an update to the Florida Class of 2021 Rankings which saw some shuffling in the Top 5, but a couple of new names that made their way into the Top 10. This update to the rankings also saw the list expand to 100 players.

Today, we take a look at nine newcomers to the Florida Class of 2021 Rankings through report and video:

Justin Webster RHP / OF / West Broward, FL / 2021

08/25/18- One of the biggest winner of the weekend, he first stood out in the bullpen, but was even more impressive in the game. He has an extremely loose, athletic and projectable frame at 6-foot-4, 180 pounds. The arm works loose, free and easy and fastball had life at 83-85 touching 88 mph. The slider worked at 68-70 mph and has potential along with a 73-74 mph changeup. Overall, he has an extremely high ceiling and imagine he won't be uncommitted long.

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