MD/DE Class of 2025 Rankings: Full 125


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It is with great excitement that we release to you today, our most recent update to the Maryland/DE Class of 2025 rankings with a look at players 76-125. Following the release of our expanded 2025 rankings, we will highlight new faces and big risers on Thursday and Friday.

 

The US Elite Mid-Atlantic organization continues to showcase its prowess on developing young talent, and backstop Nicholas Cicale (Broadneck) is added to that list. Coming in at No. 76, Cicale possesses a smooth right-handed hitting stroke with easy strength to the pull side. The hands are strong with consistent line drives peppered to the left center field alley. As the frame continues to fill out, look for Cicale to continue to rise throughout the rankings in the coming years.

 

A standout at the DCP Battlegrounds this Fall, third baseman Chase Ruley (Indian River) embodies physicality on both sides of the ball. Utilizing smooth, fluid actions at the dish, the hands work quick with explosive actions. Ruley slides up 10 spots to No. 77

 

 

Adding depth to the 2025 class, catcher Evan Stevers (Calvert Hall) showcased well at our MD Fall Trials in October and is a New Face in this update at No. 82. Possessing a physical 6-foot-1, 180 pound frame, Stevers works gap-to-gap at the dish with evident strength to the pull side. 

 

 

 

 

Complete Top 125 players