Prep Baseball Report

Oregon Class of 2025 Rankings Update

Dan Jurik
Scouting Director - Pacific Northwest

Our updated and expanded 2025 list covers 35 names in the class that we’re high on heading into the Fall season. With a majority of the players at the top already off the board with Division 1 commitments, the 2025 class has established high end talent to go with emerging depth and a wide range of skill sets finishing out the list. 

Since its inception in 2005, the Prep Baseball Report has evolved into one of the country’s biggest and most respected independent scouting services, with a singular focus of providing comprehensive year-round coverage in every state we are in. The mission of the Prep Baseball Report is to scout and promote amateur baseball - high school, junior college and college - and, ultimately, help athletes achieve their dreams of playing baseball at the next level. 

Rankings are based on evaluations by scouting director Dan Jurik as well as additional PBR scouts across the country who have seen prospects from the state at various events. 

With a majority of the prospects on the list uncommitted, the goal is for this information to help assist  college coaches as they look to finalize their recruiting classes and add additional pieces to their roster.

For the full list of 35, click HERE

top 3

Isaac Pfeifer C / RHP / Tualatin , OR / 2025

In what should be a tightly contest back and forth battle over the next 3 years, ‘25 C Isaac Pfeifer (Tualatin/Arizona State commit) lands in the #1 spot in our latest update. The physical backstop is a blue collar player who commands the game from behind the plate but also has the athleticism and baseball acumen to handle additional spots on the diamond. The arm strength plays well on the mound and it wouldn’t be a shock to see him impact the game as a 2-way prospect as he continues to develop. In the end, the hit tool stands out the most and it’s something we highly value in our evaluations. His natural ability to not only hit, but to hit for consistent power in game has ascended him to the #1 spot at the end of the summer.

Mark Wiepert C / 3B / Wilsonville, OR / 2025

One of the top overall athletes in the class who can also impact the game in several different ways, ‘25 C/3B Mark Wiepert (Wilsonville/Oregon State commit) showed well in a lot of different areas this summer. The arm talent showed up both at C and 3B and he has plenty of juice behind the ball from both spots. He’s also shown increased aptitude on the bump with a FB that can hold the mid 8’s and has been as high as 88 in game. Offensively the strength & bat speed are there to impact the ball with authority and his power numbers are likely to steadily increase throughout his HS career. 

Alexander Via RHP / 3B / Summit, OR / 2025

‘25 RHP Alex Via (Summit/Portland commit) impressed throughout the spring season as a FR on varsity and continued to pitch angry throughout the summer. The wiry, low slot righty doesn’t need velocity in order to be successful but the fact that he’s made a jump and is flashing 85-86 now makes him even more difficult of a match-up. The lower slot coupled with his movement and ability to fill up the zone make him a consistent innings eater and it will be extremely tough for anyone to generate offense against him for the next 3 years.



Kellen Wood C / 3B / Mountainside, OR / 2025

Athletic backstop ‘25 C Kellen Wood (Mountainside/Portland commit) jumps into the Top 10 after multiple performances this summer that highlighted his ability to hit plus catch and throw behind the dish. A compact athlete with short levers, he receives well and has crisp actions out of his crouch. Offensively, he controls the barrel and flashes a quick, direct stroke with mostly line-drive contact. Consistent performer across multiple looks.

Gavin Price OF / RHP / South Salem, OR / 2025

‘25 OF Gavin Price (South Salem) is closing in on a Top 10 spot as he comes in at #13 in our latest update. It might just be a matter of time before he forces his way even higher. At 6’2, 170, he has an intriguing blend of present size/strength but also offers some projection and room to fill out even more. It’s one thing to hit the ball hard, but Price hits the ball hard very easily and consistently. His ability to pitch will help him fill the stat sheet in the spring and he looks poised to be a highly productive player in 2023.


Kainoa Santiago OF / LHP / Jesuit , OR / 2025

‘25 OF/RHP Kainoa Santiago (Jesuit) is a smooth operator in the box with a fluid left-handed stroke that consistently connects barrel to the ball. Packs some sneaky pop in the bat and does a good job staying connected and utilizing his entire frame in the swing. Defensively he moves easily in the OF with easy strides and a very projectable loose arm action.

Sawyer Hewett C / RHP / Century, OR / 2025

‘25 C/RHP Sawyer Hewett (Century) lands in the latest update after showing off the 2-way ability this summer at one of our Open events. At 6’0, 165, he has good size for the catching position as well as room to develop. Showed consistent catch and throw actions while being a quiet receiver behind the dish. On the mound is where Hewett really intrigues as he currently has a mature feel for his repertoire and filling up the zone. Given his size and arm action, he should continue to tick up with the raw stuff as he continues to accumulate innings. 

Full 2025 List - HERE



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