Indiana Class of 2026 Rankings Update

Cooper Trinkle
Lead Scout

Our 2026 class is shaping up to be a very talented class with 10 players already making verbal commitments to division one programs before the end of their freshman season. This class features major arm talent at the top of the class, followed by an athletic group of position players and some young arms with loads of potential. We have expanded our class of 2026 rankings to 75 players, CLICK HERE for the full list. Check out our top two prospects in the class, notes on the top 10, along with risers in the top 25 below.

Head of the Class

Hudson Devaughan, RHP, Mooresville HS

Devaughan takes over the top spot in the class and has the potential to be one of the top right-handed arms in the ‘26 class on a national scale. The 6-foot-3, 175 pounder has eclipsed the 90 mph mark on his fastball in multiple looks throughout this spring, including hitting 92 mph a handful of times in a start in early-April. The Alabama recruit shows poise and polish on the bump, maintaining quality tempo throughout a fluid delivery with a clean arm swing and some serious electricity in his right-arm. Devaughan has shown aptitude to spin an advanced breaking ball for the ‘26 class - a sharp, late-breaking pitch at 76-79 mph with slurvey shape that will only continue to improve as he matures. With athletic bloodlines and a projectable frame, Devaughan appears to be next in line in Indiana’s long tradition of producing powerful right-handed arms.



Sammy Swank, RHP, McCutcheon HS

A standout for Indiana’s Junior Future Games team last summer, Swank has continued to make major strides in his development and has had tons of success at the varsity level in his freshman campaign. The projectable, 6-foot-3, 190 pounder has matured physically over the past 6-8 months, adding noticeable size and strength to his athletic frame and his fastball velocity has trended in the same fashion. The Kentucky recruit has a long, loose, and whippy arm that produced a fastball up to 90 mph in a look this spring. The fastball pairs well with a sweeping, 72-75 mph slider that has the potential to blossom into a plus pitch down the road. Swank is moving down the mound with better direction this spring, allowing for improved overall command and more consistent velocity - expect this talented right-hander to continue to add velocity over the next few years and cement himself as a national-level prospect.

Top 10 

Devaughan and Swank hold down the top two spots, but they are followed by another group of talented arms to give Indiana’s 2026 class some serious depth on the mound. RHP’s Tate Troxell (Guerin Catholic HS) and Rhys Wolf (Martinsville HS) stay in the Top 4 in this update. Troxell, an Alabama recruit, is a physical, 6-foot-4, 225 pound right-hander that has taken on a big role for 3A #1 Guerin Catholic this spring - showing the ability to throw multiple pitches for strikes and sitting 85-88 mph on his fastball this spring. Wolf, a Notre Dame recruit, is a very athletic right-handed arm that was up to 90 mph on his fastball in a look this spring, but the separator for Wolf is his ability to spin one of the better breaking balls in the class - a sharp, 73-75 mph curveball that he can both land for strikes and wipeout late in counts. 

The top two uncommitted players in the class land at #5 and #6, both garnering the attention of major Power 5 programs thus far in RHP’s Aiden Smith (Shelbyville HS) and Kobe Cherry (Center Grove HS). Smith, a big riser in this update, is a wiry, athletic 6-foot-2, 155 pounder that has been up to 88 mph on his fastball with considerable velocity left in the tank and the ability to spin two distinct breaking balls for strikes. Cherry is one of the most physical players in the class, also a standout on the gridiron standing at 6-foot-3 and 220 pounds, and offers some of the best pure arm strength in the class with a fastball up to 90 mph. 

3B Aiden Reynolds (Noblesville HS) headlines a group of athletic position players that round out the Top 10. Reynolds, an Indiana recruit, currently has the best hit-tool in the class, batting .329 with 13 extra-base hits in arguably the state’s most competitive conference as a freshman. SS Dylan Bowen (Hanover Central HS) is an uber-athletic, 5-foot-10, 168 pounder that has shown true SS abilities to go along with a run-tool and quality bat-to-ball skills, another uncommitted ‘26 that has garnered the attention of Power 5 programs. SS Trent Gill (Valparaiso HS), another Indiana recruit, offers premier foot speed for the class (6.73 60) to go along with twitchy bat speed and has flashed gap-to-gap pop in-game with considerable growth left in his 6-foot-1, 165 pound frame. SS Nate Millington (Terre Haute North HS) rounds out the Top 10. A Kentucky recruit, Millington offers exceptional bat-to-ball prowess from the left-side of the dish, a lanky, projectable frame at 6-foot-2 and 155 pounds, along with the athleticism to play all around the diamond.

Risers in the Top 25

Aiden Smith, RHP, Shelbyville HS

As noted above, Smith is a major riser within this update, finding himself in the Top 5. The wiry, athletic, 6-foot-2, 155 pounder has had a big spring as the ace of the Shelbyville staff, racking up 63 strikeouts in 42 IP with a 2.17 ERA. Smith moves down the slope with tons of athleticism and offers exceptional arm speed with his fastball working at 84-87 T 88 mph with life and considerable velocity still left in the tank. The uncommitted right-hander shows aptitude to spin two distinct breaking balls - a tight, 73-74 mph slider with more horizontal action and a 68-70 mph curveball with more vertical depth. Smith’s coaches have raved about his work ethic and his competitive nature was evident throughout looks this spring. 

Jaxon Lueken, RHP, Forest Park HS

Lueken is a freshman arm with a lot to like, checking in at #14. A three-sport varsity standout as a freshman - the long-limbed, 6-foot-2, 175 pound right-hander has obvious arm talent with long and loose arm action. Lueken worked 84-87 mph on a fastball with life in a look this spring, and he will only continue to tick up with mechanical refinement. Lueken flashes a 69-72 mph curveball with 11/5 shape, showing the ability to get swing-and-miss on the curveball. The Forest Park product is a must-follow in the ‘26 class with the upside and arm talent to continue to climb this list.

Jackson Trueblood, RHP, Trinity Lutheran HS

An arm to dream on with significant upside standing at 6-foot-3 and 165 pounds, Trueblood rounds out the Top 15 in this update. A wiry athlete with room to pack on tons of size and strength - Trueblood showcased a fastball up to 86 mph with life this winter to go along with a quick and whippy arm. The breaking ball has significant upside with 11/5 shape and will continue to improve as he matures and throws it harder. 

Gannon Grant, SS/RHP, Center Grove HS

Moving up to #16, Grant made a big splash at the Preseason All-State this March, showing a significant increase in his fastball velocity, running it up to 88 mph. The 6-foot-1, 160 pounder has fluid movements in everything that he does on the diamond and offers true two-way potential as a right-handed arm and as a middle infielder. Grant has made an impact at the varsity level for 4A #1 Center Grove this spring and offers quality infield actions to go along with an upward swing plane and budding power potential at the dish. 

Reed Robinson, C/OF, New Prairie HS

The top-ranked backstop and #17 overall player in the 2026 class with a very interesting overall profile. Robinson is a switch-hitting, 5-foot-9, 185 pounder with present physical strength that translates to bat speed and power potential at the plate. Robinson shows feel behind the dish with good hip mobility that allows him to steal the bottom of the zone strike, to go along with advanced catch-and-throw skills for the class (77 C Velo | 1.94-1.98 POP). 

Jackson Mitchell, RHP, Avon HS

An imposing presence standing at 6-foot-7 and 225 pounds. Mitchell pitches from an over-the-top arm slot that produced a fastball up to 86 mph at the Preseason All-State in March. The Avon product flashes feel for a big, 11/5 curveball at 69-72 mph. While Mitchell is still learning to control his body and sync up his long-levered frame, the upside within the 6-foot-7 frame is undeniable and moves him to #20 in this update. 

Eli Sinsabaugh, SS, Cathedral HS

At #21 we have a former Junior Future Gamer, Eli Sinsabaugh, who had a big performance at the Preseason All-State in March, showing some of the best pure foot speed in the class with a 6.65 60 while also showing improvements in his arm strength (85 mph INF) and his overall ability to impact the baseball at the plate. Sinsabaugh has continued to impress this spring, seeing significant innings for 4A powerhouse program Cathedral HS in the middle infield. 

Ian Taylor, OF, Guerin Catholic HS

Taylor can flat-out hit and his bat shoots him up this list in this update. A 5-foot-9, 165 pounder full of quick-twitch, Taylor possesses more power than the frame suggests thanks to advanced bat speed and a well-sequenced right-handed stroke, along with one of the top exit velocities in the class at 95 mph. A 7.07 runner with the twitch to continue to improve that number, Taylor has been very productive this spring for 3A #1 Guerin Catholic and moves up to #23 in this upate. 

Cooper Cammack, OF/RHP, University HS

Cammack rounds out the Top 25 - offering serious upside and potential with his 6-foot-5, 170 pound frame. The projectable two-way standout has a clean, uphill swing from the right-side of the dish with the potential to blossom into power due to the path, solid bat speed, and the long-levered frame. On the mound, Cammack’s long, loose, and clean arm has the potential to add significant velocity as he continues to mature into more strength.