Oklahoma 2018 Class Rankings

Andy Urban  
Oklahoma State Director

The inaugural rankings for the Oklahoma 2018 class have arrived. At the top of the list, and currently ranked No. 115 in the PBR Overall Rankings, sits C Caden Aldridge (Tahlequah HS). Defensively, the Oklahoma recruit boasts a strong arm with carry and excellent accuracy, showing 1.89-1.95 pop times between innings to go along with next-level blocking abilities. At the plate, the 6-foot-3, 205-pound muscular right-handed hitter shines just as brightly. Using strength and high-end bat speed, Aldridge consistently produces extra-base contact with a middle to pull approach and some lift.

Filling the No. 2 spot is Missouri State recruit Javier Ramos (Vian HS), currently No. 141 in the PBR Overall Rankings. A true two-way prospect at the next level, the 6-foot-5, 170-pound shortstop and right-hander is very projectable.. On the mound, Ramos features a fastball that reaches into the upper 80s with seemingly little effort. Defensively, he possess advanced actions and a strong arm across the diamond.

An athletic and loose-armed Oklahoma recruit, RHP Wyatt Olds (McLoud HS) comes in at the No. 3 spot and No. 144 in the PBR Overall. The low slot, sinker-baller features a fastball with late life in the mid to upper 80s and a slider that flashes late break with depth in the mid 70s.

Click here, to see the complete list of the top 130 player in Oklahoma’s 2018 class. Below is a look at the top 10.



Updated on Mar 21, 2017

1 Cayden Aldridge OK Tahlequah 2018 C Oklahoma
2 Javier Ramos OK Vian 2018 RHP Missouri State
3 Wyatt Olds OK McLoud 2018 RHP Oklahoma
4 Ryan Gendron OK Bishop Kelley 2018 SS Oklahoma State
5 Robert Briley OK Wright City 2018 RHP Oklahoma
6 Tyler Polk OK Duncan 2018 RHP Oklahoma State
7 Braxton Bohrofen OK Westmoore 2018 3B Oklahoma
8 Caleb Denny OK Owasso 2018 SS  
9 Kade Self OK Shawnee 2018 C Arkansas-Little Rock
10 Evan Kowalski OK Guthrie 2018 RHP

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