OK Class of 2025 Rankings


Andy Urban
OK/MO/KS & Creekside Scouting Supervisor

Here we go again. Oklahoma's Class of 2025 is already showing signs of being another national powerhouse class, continuing the tradition of Oklahoma leading the country in nationally ranked players per capita. Through local Oklahoma tournaments and events, national tournaments at Grand Park, Creekside, and Lakepoint, and the Junior Future Games, we have been able to collect info on hundreds of Oklahoma Freshman baseball players this year. As usual, we have trimmed down the list of players we have seen and have info on to the top 75 for this initial rankings. We will aggressively adjust and expand this list as we get more looks and more data on the 2025 players in the state. If you haven't checked out our rankings process, you can read more about it, here. Below is an in-depth look at the top 10 prospects in the initial rankings followed by a link to the complete 75 player list. 

The Top 10

Ethan Holliday 3B / Stillwater, OK / 2025

One of the top players in the entire country, Holliday already shows a polished gamed and physically advanced 6-foot-2, 165-pound frame that will likely impact the always talented Pioneers immediately. The left-handed hitter could stand at third base next to his brother at SS who has already grown into a top 10 prospect in the country. 

Cash Williams C / RHP / Choctaw , OK / 2025

Arguably the best 5 tool athlete in OKs 2025 class, Williams posted a 6.81 60, 88 infield velo, 94 exit velo, and 1.88-1.96 pop times at the junior future games this summer. Williams also showed off his arm strength on the mound where her threw strikes up to 85 mph. The 6-foot, 175-pound athlete can play anywhere on the field, but his abilities behind the plate make him one of the top prospects in the country.  

Darren Ledford C / Oktaha, OK / 2025

As physical player as you will find in the class, Ledford posses a power packed 6-foot-2, 208-pound frame. The left-handed hitter puts his strength to good use with a clean left-handed swing that allows him to deliver his barrel on time producing elite power. Ledford could continue to climb up the state and national rankings as he polishes his defensive behind the dish. 

Kaemyn Franklin RHP/3B / Broken Arrow , OK / 2025

Easily one of the most projectable players in the state, Franklin has a very long and lean 6-foot-2, 155-pound frame. The right-hander shows a fastball reported into the mid 80s this fall and with his clean arm action and bloodlines, the Oklahoma commit shows no signs of slowing down. 

Cole Leach 3B / RHP / Hilldale, OK / 2025

Another physically advanced left-handed hitter on our list, Leach put on an offensive show at this year's Junior Future Games. The 6-foot-3,  195-pound pound infielder shows a knack for finding barrel, even against big velo, along with plenty of pop. Leach committed to Arkansas shortly after the JFGs.

Brady McAdoo SS / RHP / Tuttle, OK / 2025

The top true SS on our list, McAdoo shows elite actions in the middle of the infield with soft hands, quick feet, and a strong and accurate 82 mph arm across the diamond. Offensively, McAdoo shows plenty of pop to drive gaps with a 90 mph exit and to stretch doubles into triples with 6.87 speed. 

Luke Beeler C / 1B / Holland Hall, OK / 2025

Beeler shows as much pop as anyone in this class with BP exit velos as high as 98 mph and the ability to drive the ball to all fields. A well above average catcher already, Beeler will have a real chance to stick a premium position behind the dish. 

Bryce Tapley 2B / RHP / Bethel, OK / 2025

A quick twitch athlete, Tapley is just as at home in the infield as he in center field or on the mound. The 6-foot, 140-pounder runs in the low 6.80s, shows an exit velo of 85, and launches the baseball at 89 mph form the OF. The right-handed hitter also showed the ability to square up elite pitching at the Junior Future Games. 

Brayson Carter OF / SS / Blanchard, OK / 2025

Carter is the fastest players in the class and already one of the fastest players in the state ripping off a 6.62 60 at this year's Junior Future Games. The 5-foot-8, 140-pound outfielder knows how to use his speed too, making multiple web gems including climbing the fence in left to pull back a foul ball. 

Caleb Hines RHP / OF / Oklahoma Christian, OK / 2025

Already a strike thrower in the low 80s, the 6-foot-1, 155-pound Hines almost certainly has a big velo jump coming, already showing off 90 mph from the outfield. Along with the velo and strikes with the fastball, Hines also mixes a solid breaking ball for strikes as well.

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