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Class of 2021 Updated Player Rankings (December)

Chris Kemlo and PBR Ontario Staff
PBR Ontario Director of Scouting


Ontario Insider: Class of 2021 Player Rankings (December)

As we were able to get our first real good look at the 2021 class of Ontario this summer, it is time that we update and expand our list.

The class of 21’ looks to be a very promising and talented group with our first look, with three players representing this year at the Prep Baseball’s Future Games in Indianapolis and we are sure to see that number grow in 2019.

While we already have one commitment from the class in OF Owen Caissie as he will be off to the SEC as he committed to Kentucky shortly after his future Games appearance. Four talented arms are in our top ten, while four infielders, a catcher and outfielder complete that list.

As always, there will be many changes throughout the course of the year, especially as the 21’ class continues to develop and mature physically. That said, we can firmly say it’s a toolsy class with high ceiling prospects, this group is already ahead of past grad classes in their development at this time and looks to be a very exciting time in Ontario with the talent level and depth continuing to get stronger year in and year out.

We highlight some of the faces of our 21’ class and will continue to add and grow the list as we get into the new year with prospects for college coaches to get to know and become familiar with.


Mitch Bratt LHP / OF / Newmarket, ON / 2021

Report: The left-hander has seemed to get stronger as the year moved along, and was already to take the ball in big games for his club team Brampton Royals, as they eventually became National Champions at 15u. Bratt has a quick and clean arm that works out-front with good life out the hand. His fastball finished up in the 84-86 range and we had him as high as 87 mph. There is spin with the curveball and 1/7 shape at 72-75 and can see him becoming more comfortable with his changeup with reps and innings. He moves well on the mound and can see him getting national attention as he looks to be a focal point for the National Team pitching staff after his success on two trips this fall. Already beginning to get looks for Power 5 schools, Bratt is a high-follow with the chance to be an early commit from the 21’ class.

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