Prep Baseball Report

Class of 2025 Rankings: Official Release

Hudson Graham
PBR Georgia Scouting Director

After a busy summer full of events, the Class of 2025 Player Rankings is long overdue for an update as these players head into their juior year of high school. There were a ton of new names who entered into the fold, as well as a number of others who continue to elevate their game, warranting plenty of movement and expansion (now 250 players) to the list. We have some newcomers to the top 10 and all the way into the 200's. It will be a busy spring tracking these guys down in their pivotal junior seasons. 

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Top 10

Cannon Goldin OF / OF / Buford , GA / 2025

Ole Miss commit. Goldin has found his way into the top 5 of the 2025 rankings, and has no plans of dropping. He has some of the best intangibles and all around athletic instincts in the class. He would succeed on any field or court he steps onto. The simple yet effective approach at the plate always makes him a tough out. He will always hit for average, and show off the power when they leave one over the middle of the plate. He continues to get bigger, stronger, faster and will make the upperclassman earn their spot as soon as he steps foot on campus at Ole Miss. 

Ty Peeples OF / OF / Franklin County, GA / 2025

Georgia commit. Peeples has been on the rise and will be on the national stage at the  inaugural PBR All-American game. The swing from the left side gets better and better each time we see him. The 6'2 frame has one of the highest ceilings in the class. He will be a fun one to watch this spring for Franklin County. 

Eli Pitts SS / OF / Parkview High School, GA / 2025

South Carolina commit. Pitts is one of the more explosive athletes in the top 10. He has lightning quick hands at the plate and is a plus runner on the bases. He will be a big piece for Parkview as they look to get back to the state championship for some unfinished business in 2024. 


Daniel Pierce SS / 2B / Mill Creek, GA / 2025

Georgia commit. Pierce is going to one of those players that will show up day in and day out. He will hit for average and do damage when he sees the opportunity. He has all the right make up in the field with smooth, effortless actions. He has strong presence on the diamond, and was always leading Mill Creek this past spring. 

Dominic Stephenson C / OF / Harrison, GA / 2025

The 2022 Future Gamer burst into the scene with one of the more impressive perfomances of the event. He committed to Georgia Tech shortly after. Stepehnson has all the tools behind the plate, and one of the cleanest swings in the class. He will represent Georgia at the inaugural PBR All-American game at the end of the month. The power numbers will come for Stephenson. Expect a big spring and summer from the elite backstop. 

Terrance Bowen SS / 2B / Alexander , GA / 2025

Bowen has been on the steady climb since Junior Future Games in 2021. He athleticism and presence on the field has always stood out, and now with added strength he has found his way into the top 10 of the 2025 class. Bowen nearly took MVP honors at the Future Games and hit some of the hardest balls of the event. He was late to the spring season due to a state playoff run in basketball, and began to find his groove at the beginning of the summer. He stole the show at NPI with his line drive apporach and effortless approach. 

Jax Bishop RHP / OF / Calhoun, GA / 2025

Tennessee commit. Bishop has been a household name in the 2025 rankings since the first drop back in 2021. He continues to add size and strength to pair with his natural arm strength. The fastball velocity range continues to tick up, and he becomes more and more polished each time I see him. The slider is college ready with real swing and miss potential. From the spring to summer he made an adjustment in the tempo of his delivery, and seemingly connected everything much better to produce more strikes. 

Jackson Taylor SS / 3B / Walton , GA / 2025

Taylor made his mark at Top Prospects in June with easily the best BP round of the day. He has been a known name since early spring, but really made the jump heading into summer. Starting day in and day out as a sophomore for Walton is no easy task, but has paid off for Taylor. He held strong at short for the Raiders all year, and bounced around in the line up to find his groove. The frame is intruiging for any scout, especially when he is starting at the premium position on the field. He moves with ease, and can flip from any angle with smooth actions and a strong arm. The power progression as the plate has been fun to watch, and has taken Taylor's game to the next level. 

Eston Simpson RHP / 1B / Jefferson , GA / 2025

Simpson took the mound on Friday night of Future Games and completely changes the game. He threw 2 scoreless with 3 strikeouts, and looked like a Friday night starter at a power 5 school. I knew Eston was going to be an arm for our Future Games team early spring, but I did not know he would end earning MVP honors at one of the best events in the country. Early in the spring Eston was sitting in the mid 80's with effortless operation and strong off speed stuff. When he showed up to Top Prospect Games in June he looked like a totally different pitcher. He transformed some body weight into muscle, and was even more imposing on the mound at 6'6. He was consistently in the upper 80's with much stronger intent on all pitches. 

Dayson Griffis 3B / RHP / Appling County, GA / 2025

Tennessee commit. The power arm just keeps get better. Griffis has mid 90's in the tank, and he is not far off sitting there consistently. He was up to 95 in the state playoffs with more in the tank. The dual sport athlete is electic on the mound with strong presence and noticeable competitiveness.