Kansas Class of 2025 Rankings Update

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

As the spring comes to a close and we prepare for a the most important summer for the sophomore class, Prep Baseball Report Kansas makes a colossal edit to the 2025 Class Rankings. We see changes from the top 10 all the way through the bottom of the list after seeing 100s of sophomores in our preseason events and throughout the spring. 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 Newcomer

Jack Schwab LHP / Blue Valley, KS / 2025

The talented lefty burst onto the scene this spring when he punched out eight batters in three innings of relief for BV. The strikouts stacked up becuase of his ability to command an upper 80s fastball paired with a sharp slider that he consistently landed for strikes and a solid changeup that flashed heavy sink. Schwab has bloodlines in professional baseball making him and easy prospect to dream on. 


Colton Roberts RHP / 1B / Rose Hill, KS / 2025

Roberts really showed out with advanced stuff at the Mokan Preseason All-State, but it was this spring where he was nearly un-hittable to start the spring the really saw his stock rise. Roberts posses a long, loose, and easy arm action that should continue to add velo and his pitchability makes him a must see prospect. 

Cole Pladson OF / RHP / Clay Center , KS / 2025

Another name who had a big preseason and followed up with an event bigger spring was Pladson. One of the big reasons Clay Center was in the KS Power 25 for most of the spring including a week where he hit .800 with three home runs. Easily one of the top left-handed bats in the class. 


Top Risers

Treyton DesLauriers LHP / OF / Home School, KS / 2025

DesLauriers was a high upside, but still raw and developing left-hander when we saw him first last fall. Since then, he has done nothing but huge jumps on the mound fulfilling at least part of that projection. With reports of DesLauriers into the upper 80s and ridiculous stat lines all spring, he rises into our top 10 with no signs of slowing down. 

Brenden Lee RHP / OF / Shawnee Mission Northwest, KS / 2025

The righty is one of the most improved players over the last year who showed electric stuff at the Mokan Preseason All-State. The righty was up to 86 even after suffering an ankel sprain at the event, while also mixing an above average changeup and slider. Lee also shows promise on the other side of the ball with his athleticism, frame, and wiry strength. A prospect to lock in on this summer. 


William Howard C / 3B / Basehor Linwood, KS / 2025

Though he does not have the lowest pop time in the class, Howard is easly one of the most exciting to watch behind the plate thanks to his arm strength, receiving, and blocking. Howard also shows impressive strength at the dish with exit velos into the 100s. 



Top 10

1 Grady Westphal KS Blue Valley 2025 RHP Texas A&M
2 Cru Huenfeld KS St. Thomas Aquinas 2025 1B  
3 Jack Schwab KS Blue Valley 2025 LHP  
4 Deacon Pomeroy KS Shawnee Heights 2025 C  
5 Colton Sims KS Shawnee Mission East 2025 3B  
6 Max Huston KS Seaman 2025 SS Kansas State
7 Ty Miller KS Olathe West 2025 RHP Nebraska
8 Sam Bettis KS Washburn Rural 2025 RHP Kansas State
9 Max Bettis KS Washburn Rural 2025 RHP Kansas State
10 Treyton DesLauriers KS Home School 2025 LHP


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