Initial 2020 Overall Rankings Released

By Sean Duncan
Executive Director

It is still extremely early, perhaps even premature, to be forecasting Class of 2020 prospects, especially since these freshmen haven’t even played a varsity high school game. Then again, with the recent acceleration of recruiting, high-level 2020 prospects are already pledging their commitments to schools.

With that said, we have released our initial 2020 rankings, a modest list of 50 prospects that have stood out among their peers. Certainly this list will change and evolve in time, as we know many players will grow, develop and mature. We also know that we likely haven’t seen many other 2020 prospects that may be deserving of this list.

However, we are confident that the players included in the list have extremely bright futures, barring injuries, of course. In fact, 21 of the Top 50 freshmen are already verbally committed, with many more sitting on offers.

It is important to note that the PBR overall rankings only reflect the states that we intimately cover from our boots-on-the-ground scouting staff. The initial Top 50 Class of 2020 rankings is comprised of our current 33-state coverage area.

Within the Prep Baseball Report coverage area, Louisville and Florida lead the way, each with four 2020 commitments. Six of the top 10 prospects are verbally committed, though No. 1-ranked OF Austin Hendrick (West Allegheny HS, PA) is still on the board.

A look at the Top 10:

1 Austin Hendrick PA West Allegheny 2020 OF  
2 Yanluis Ortiz TX Southlake 2020 3B Miami
3 Nate Wohlgemuth OK Owasso 2020 RHP  
4 Liam Norris NC Green Hope 2020 LHP  
5 Aaron Nixon TX McCallen 2020 SS Texas
6 Jackson Miller FL JW Mitchell 2020 C  
7 Jared Kelley TX Refugio 2020 RHP Texas Christian
8 Victor Mederos FL Coral Reef Senior 2020 RHP Miami
9 Dalton Porter TX Rouse 2020 LHP Texas
10 Jordan Carrion FL Somerset Academy 2020 SS Florida

>> CLICK HERE to view complete Top 50 Overall 2020 Rankings

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