Prep Baseball Report

Florida 2026 Rankings: Fall Update

Rocco Iervasi
PBR Florida Managing Director

This week, we turn our attention to the 2026 class with another state rankings update. The 2026 class is one of the most talented classes that have come through the state of Florida. Lots of Draft potential in this class as well as a deep class of Division One level players.

As we inch closer to the winter and the off-season, it is time to update our 2026 rankings. Check out our newest update featuring highlights of the top 5 players, as well as a look at the top uncommitted players, risers, and newcomers into these rankings.

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Top 5 Breakdown


NPI 2023: Lombard, made a strong case for climbing to the top spot in coming years with his showing at the NPI. Uber athletic with a 6-foot-1, 180-pound frame that promises plenty of future physicality, the right-handed hitting shortstop looked the part as the most imposing hitter in the class. Staying behind the ball while quickly working the barrel endlessly through the zone, the near triple digit exit velocities that he produced to all fields screamed high upside and exciting potential. There is a quiet confidence to his approach at the plate, and it hardly takes any effort for his bat speed to be produced. On the infield he moves with the same confidence and grace, and his premium position profile already makes him a must-follow prospect in the class.


Brady Harris OF / SS / Trinity Christian Academy (JAX), FL / 2026

Spring 2023: It’s somewhat rare to see many “what they look like” dudes in freshman classes, but Brady Harris is just that. The 2026 Florida commit has the potential to be a five-tool player, and is already flashing loud tools at 15 years old. Lean, yet strong 6-1 frame that oozes projection with advanced hands and lightning quick bat speed for the class. Attacks balls out front and will use an advanced, all-fields approach that allows him to do damage throughout the zone. shows ability to create big separation while using his lower-half extremely well, and could grow into real power potential as he matures. Already a sub-7.0 runner, but present foot speed and athleticism shows that speed will play a factor in his game going forward.


Wilson Andersen RHP / SS / Jesuit, FL / 2026

Spring 2023: In multiple looks this spring, Andersen has the making to be a power arm in the 2026 class. Athletic and projectable at 6-foot-3, 185 pounds. It's a quick arm with minimal effort and the fastball gets onto batters in a hurry. Already up to 92 mph as a freshman, and only going to increase as he adds more weight. Breaking ball is average at this moment, spinning around 2500 rpm. I can see the continued development of that pitch becoming above average which will continue to elevate Andersen's ceiling.


Coleman Borthwick 3B / RHP / South Walton, FL / 2026

NPI 2023: Borthwick, an Auburn recruit, was impossible to miss thanks to a hulking 6-foot-6, 240-pound frame that engulfs the batter’s box. A power-armed right-hander with an explosive, low 90s fastball, it was his right-handed stick that was most dominant in this look. A simple approach with a more direct path led by hands that remained compact to the frame, Borthwick went 7-for-10 on the week and looked the part of a major two-way talent.

Lorenzo Laurel OF / 3B / Stoneman Douglas, FL / 2026

NPI 2023: Hitterish to the fullest extent, Laurel’s presence in the box is nearly unmatched in this young class, and his powerful stroke is already one of the most dangerous. A right-handed bat with quick hands and intent to do damage in all counts, the 5-foot-11, 175-pound outfielder was routinely on time in all counts. Loading up onto the back side with a leg lift before moving with ease through contact, there is some lightning to the hands with eye-opening exit velocities. Look for the Florida recruit to be a mainstay as one of the top right-handed bats in the class.

Full Top 10

2 Brady Harris FL Trinity Christian Academy (JAX) 2026 OF Florida
3 Wilson Andersen FL Jesuit 2026 RHP
4 Coleman Borthwick FL South Walton 2026 3B Auburn
5 Lorenzo Laurel FL Stoneman Douglas 2026 OF Florida
6 Ethan Wheeler FL Trinity Christian Academy (JAX) 2026 RHP Florida
7 Parker Granse FL Pensacola Catholic 2026 LHP Miami
8 Parker Loew FL IMG Academy 2026 SS Louisiana State
10 Jordan Martinez FL Trinity Christian Academy (JAX) 2026 SS

Top Uncommitted

OF Nathaneal Davis
LHP Spencer Evans
OF Jake Rizzo
3B Yodelkis Quevedo
C Luke Labbe

Notable Risers

OF Mason Jones
C Charles Messina
SS Dylan Messina
RHP Lyndan Flanary
RHP Tyler Arafet


RHP Cameron Hanes
1B Alex Edisis
RHP Parker Mitzel
C Joseph Lawson
OF Sullivan Smith


Orlando Preseason ID FL 01/06 Lake Brantley - Altamonte Springs, FL
Panhandle Preseason ID FL 01/07 Northwest FL State College (Indoor) - Niceville, FL
Tampa Preseason ID FL 01/13 Berkeley Prep - Tampa, FL
South FL Preseason ID FL 01/14 Stoneman Douglas - Parkland, FL
2024 FL Preseason All-State (Invite-Only) FL 01/20 Jackie Robinson Ballpark - Daytona, FL
Super 60 Pro Showcase NATIONAL 02/04 The MAX - McCook, IL