2026 Class Rankings Update: Spring Edition

Scott Hood
OK/MO/KS/ARK Assistant Scouting Director

With the spring season coming to a close and the summer circuit about to get underway, we take a look at the updated 2026 rankings in Oklahoma.  This class will see tons of movement on the rankings side in the coming years as we continue to find more players, players continue to get better, or guys make massive jumps in their game which is very common for players to do throughout their high school campaigns.  A lot can change after a freshman year of high school with guys adding strength and athleticism as well as continuing to grow.  This class is shaping up to be one of the more talented classes both at the top end as well as in depth that we have seen in awhile.  Today we take a look at the Top 10 players with 6 of the 10 already committed to either OU or OSU, and the other 4 showing their potential to be considered amongst the top players in the region.






1 Eli Willits OK Fort-Cobb Broxton 2026 SS Oklahoma
2 Hunter Watson OK Tuttle 2026 C Oklahoma
3 Hudson Morgan OK Marlow 2026 SS Oklahoma State
4 Easton Webb OK Charles Page 2026 3B Oklahoma State
5 Cooper Kardokus OK Edmond Memorial 2026 SS  
6 Ritson Meyer OK Elgin 2026 OF  
7 Cord Nolan OK Bixby 2026 OF  
8 Josiah Kemp OK Westmoore 2026 OF Oklahoma
9 Savion Sims OK Edmond Santa Fe 2026 RHP Oklahoma
10 Jackson Turney OK Sand Springs 2026 1B


Eli Willits SS / 2B / Fort-Cobb Broxton, OK / 2026

The OU commit proved himself yet again why he is considered the top player in the state and one of the best in the country after a strong freshman campaign that saw him help lead the Mustangs to both Fall and Spring Class B state titles.  Willits has an advanced feel from both sides of the plate at a young age and high levels of athleticism that carry over onto the defensive side of the ball.  Willits will only continue to improve as he adds strength but is already showing the type of skills that come with elite level players regardless of class.



Hunter Watson C / 3B / Tuttle, OK / 2026

Watson helped guide Tuttle to a 4A state championship this spring with a strong freshman season with his main impact coming from the mound.  The OU commit worked his way into a starting role and showed the ability to miss bats at a high level working in the upper 80's and showing a feel for the breaking ball.  Watson already has excellent hand speed and should continue to see big jumps in velocity in the coming years.



Hudson Morgan SS / RHP / Marlow, OK / 2026

Morgan checks in at number 3 in this update as one of the higher ceiling players in the class.  The OSU commit can impact the game on both sides of the ball and has strong 2-way potential.  In recent looks at him, he worked the fastball up to 89 mph and showed tight shape on the breaking ball with strong action.  Offensively, Morgan has some of the best bat speed in the class and shows true power potential from his projectable frame.






Easton Webb 3B / RHP / Charles Page, OK / 2026

Webb takes over the 4th spot in the state rankings after really coming on strong late for the Sandites as a starter.  The QB1/RHP has already made a large impact in both sports and his work on the mound shows a very high ceiling with much more in the tank.  We got to see him a couple of times in the last two weeks where he topped out 89 mph and showed a potential swing and miss breaking ball.  The OSU commit already has a physical build and should continue to keep making large strides on the mound over the next couple of years.


Cooper Kardokus SS / RHP / Edmond Memorial, OK / 2026

Kardokus checks in at number 5 in this update after taking over the starting 3B spot for the Bulldogs in his freshman campaign.  Kardokus has strong switch hitting abilities with gap power from both sides and a strong feel for the barrel in the zone.  The thing that stands out most when you watch Kardokus play is his ability to rise to the occasion and hit high level pitching.  With his already proven track record of hitting at the highest level of Oklahoma high school baseball, look for Kardokus to become one of the top impact bats in the state even at a younger age in the near future.



Ritson Meyer OF / SS / Elgin, OK / 2026

Meyer checks in at number 6 in this update after a strong first run at the varsity level and helping Elgin make it to the 5A State Tournament.  Meyer has a physicality to his game that is rare for guys in their freshman year and has shown the ability to play excellent defense in the outfield.  Meyer already has strength in his frame but still shows more room for growth making him one of the top prospects to check into in the future.


Cord Nolan OF / C / Bixby , OK / 2026

Nolan spent his fall helping the Spartans win a state championship in football before coming over to the diamond and finding a way to make an impact late in their championship run.  Playing time wasn't the easiest to come by with a senior-heavy lineup but that doesn't mean Nolan isn't one of the top prospects across the state.  Nolan already has elite strength and strong athleticism to go along with his switch hitting abilities.  He should be primed to take on a more prominent role next spring and should be on everyone's radars heading into the summer.


Josiah Kemp OF / Westmoore, OK / 2026

Kemp checks in at number 8 on the list after a strong season of starting for Westmoore in his freshman campaign.  Kemp is one of the faster players in the class and uses his athleticism well at the plate with quick hands and ability to use the lower half in the swing.  The OU commit still has plenty of room to fill out in his frame and should continue to improve as he gains more strength.


Savion Sims RHP / Edmond Santa Fe, OK / 2026

Sims was able to finalize his commitment to the University of Oklahoma before the rule change as he is one of the more higher ceiling players in the class.  Long and lanky build with strong hand speed projects for higher velocities in the future but has been up to 87 mph in the past.  Sims is by no means a finished product and with a little refinement and more strength to the lean frame, he has a chance to be considered one of the top arms in the area in the future.


Jackson Turney 1B / LHP / Sand Springs, OK / 2026

Turney had the tough task of not only starting on varsity as a freshman but also manning the 4-hole spot for the Sandites in 2023.  Turney proved he could handle elite pitching with his strong feel for the barrel and some of the best contact skills in the class.  To top it off, Turney also has some of the highest power potential in the class with elite hand strength making him a must follow heading into his sophomore year.