Prep Baseball Report

Indiana Insider: Overall 2018 Rankings; Indiana Analysis

By Phil Wade
Indiana Executive Director

The Updated PBR Overall Rankings for the 2018 Class was released yesterday.  It is important to note that the PBR overall rankings only include the states that we intimately know from our scouting staff. The updated Top 400 Class of 2018 rankings is comprised of our current 33-state coverage area, which now includes recently added Texas and Oklahoma. 

The overall rankings in each class continues to expand, making it more and more difficult for prospects to hold their spot, however, the Hoosier State continues to hold its own with 24 players in the Top 400; including three in the top 50, eight in the top 75 and 13 in the top 200.

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TOP 50

17.  Jack Perkins, RHP, Kokomo HS: After a stellar fall season, the Louisville recruit has taken over the No. 1 spot in Indiana’s Class of 2018 rankings. Perkins boasts a strong, athletic frame at 6-foot-1, 200 pounds and he has a live arm. He pitches from a 3/4 slot while showing an athletic delivery with balance and rhythm. The fastball currently works at 88-92 with life and he flashes a hard breaking ball with sharp, late break at 76-78.

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