Kansas Class of 2025 Rankings Update


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

As the fall comes to a close and move into the winter, Prep Baseball Report Kansas makes a moderate adjustment to the 2025 Class Rankings. While the top group stays mostly unchanged, we have added over 40 players and expended the list by 25 spots after seeing 100s of players this fall at events and at Creekside tournaments. We take a closer look into some of the biggest rankings risers and newcomers to the list in this update below. 

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Top Risers

Braxton Madrigal 3B / RHP / Derby, KS / 2025

The uber projectable 6-foot-5, 195-pound corner infielder keeps getting better every time we see him and makes another big jump in the rankings in this rendition. The right-handed hitter knows how to use his long levers to create bat speed and power posting a 95 mph exit velo at the MOKAN Open this fall. Look for Madrigal to continue to rise as he increases his foot speed and arm strength. 

 

 

Fletcher Noblit SS / 2B / Shawnee Mission East, KS / 2025

Noblit sees his name jump over 40 spots as he better all of his measurables at the recent Cavaliers Scout Day. The middle infielder ran a 7.11, was 78 across the infield with accuracy, and posted a solid round of BP with a top exit velo of 85. 

 

Liam Funk 3B / 1B / Olathe Northwest, KS / 2025

Funk makes a sizeable jump in this rankings thanks in large part to an impressive round of BP at the Cavalier Scout Day where he posted a top exit velo of 90 and average exit velo of 82 thanks to added strength and a clean swing that will play at the next level. 

 

 

Top Newcomers

Treyton DesLauriersLHP / OF / Home School, KS / 2025

Treyton emerged on the scene at the Natural Baseball Academy Scout Day where he he filled up the strike zone with a fastball up to 82. What makes DesLaurier special though isn't his current velo, but his polished delivery and easy arm action that promises much more velo to come. 

 

Hayes Allen RHP / 1B / Bishop Carroll, KS / 2025

A physically impressive 6-foot-3 200-pound right hander is a legit two-way prospect who shows big pop from the right side, but shines brightest on the mound. The right-hander filled up the zone with a fastball up to 83 in his pen at the 316 Scout Day.

 

Roman Barnes C / 3B / Blue Valley Northwest , KS / 2025

Barnes enters our rankings in the top 40 after a solid showing at the Natural Baseball Academy Scout Day. Showed a 2.04-2.19 pop times and exit velo up to 88 in BP. The left-handed hitter is a player to watch as he adds size and strength. 

 

Top 10

RANK   NAME STATE SCHOOL CLASS POS COMMITMENT
1 Grady Westphal KS Blue Valley 2025 RHP Texas A&M
2 Deacon Pomeroy KS Shawnee Heights 2025 C  
3 Colton Sims KS Shawnee Mission East 2025 3B  
4 Cru Huenfeld KS St. Thomas Aquinas 2025 1B  
5 Max Huston KS Seaman 2025 SS Kansas State
6 Nate Schlote KS Shawnee Mission East 2025 RHP  
7 Ty Miller KS Olathe West 2025 RHP  
8 Manny Dunn KS Bishop Ward 2025 2B  
9 Micah McGavran KS Olathe West 2025 C  
10 Max Flowers KS Blue Valley Southwest 2025 OF

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