Kansas Class of 2023 Rankings Update


Andy Urban
OK/MO/KS/AR/CO & Creekside Scouting Supervisor

Prep Baseball Report Kansas has taken a modest look at the rankings for the 2023 class with a few adjustments and additions after the Fall season.  Since our last update in September, there have been a few prospects in the 2023 class that have caught some attention with standout performances and guys starting to make bigger jumps.  We take a look at a few newcomers to the list ahead of an important preseason heading into their Senior seasons.

Be on the lookout in the coming days as we release our Preseason ID dates and our premiere event of the year, the MOKAN Preseason All State

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Top Newcomers

Corey Bennett OF / RHP / St. James Academy, KS / 2023

A true two-way prospect, the right handed hitting outfielder put up impressive workout numbers with a 6.85 60, 87 OF velo, and 89 mph exit velo before jumping on the mound and filling up the zone, topping at 86. 

 *Event Video Coming Soon*

Aiden Doty RHP / OF / Maize, KS / 2023

The long right-hander committed to Hutching Community College shortly before the event and it is easy to see why the Dragons like him. Doty filled up the zone in his pen mixing a advanced changeup as his primary secondary along with a slider. 


Nicholas Mozingo RHP / Olathe North, KS / 2023

Mozingo committed to Benedictine shortly after the Cavaliers scout day. Up to 85 on the mound and mixing two quality off speed offerings. 

*Showcase Video Coming Soon*

Cooper Leiker RHP / OF / Blue Valley Southwest , KS / 2023

Its all about projection with Leiker who at 6-foot-4, 190-pounds has his best baseball in front of him. The right-hander fills up the zone into the low 80s and shows athletic action in the right-handed box and in the outfield (6.92 runner). 

 

 

Carter Belton OF / OF / Blue Valley Northwest, KS / 2023

Rankings  StateRank: 89 


Belton showed out at the MOKAN Open this fall by ripping off 6.79 60, 90 exit velo and 85 mph OF velo. Still polishing his game, Belton could be a steal at the next level. 

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