Updated Texas 2020 Class Rankings


Toby Bicknell
Texas Scouting Director

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Our boots-on-the-ground scouting staff is constantly on the road evaluating talent throughout the entire year, from the High School season, travel ball in the summer, Fall League Games, or PBR Events, we aim to be your number one source for amatuer baseball scouting news. Our multimedia platforms and events work in tandem, ultimately creating the most powerful source of high school baseball promotion in Texas.

As players mature and develop at different rates, there are a number of factors to evaluate, from current skill levels, strength and speed, to long-term projectablity and athleticism. While players are constantly improving and making jumps in development, strength and skill set, our rankings can and will change as each class grows through normal progression over four years. For more information on the recruiting process, take a look at Recruiting Essentials, and if you are interested in attending one of our PBR Preseason events, CLICK HERE.

This spring, our scouting staff in Texas has seen over 100 HS Games, and evaluated 200 + teams. 

 Nothing has changed among the top ten, with C Drew Romo (The Woodlands HS) still holding on to the No. 1 Spot. The switch-hitting LSU commit is the top rated catcher in the country with true arm strength behind the plate and power from both sides.

+ Coming in at No. 2 is TCU commit, RHP Jared Kelley (Refugio HS) who pitches in the mid-to-upper 90’s. The ball comes out clean and easy from a high-¾ slot with a relative low-effort delivery. The velocity is premium, and so is his ability to spin a sharp slider at 78-83 and show feel for a quality changeup.

+ Talented two-way guy SS/RHP Masyn Winn (Kingwood HS) is at No. 3. The Arkansas commit has a fastball with late life and gitty-up that has been up to 95 (mostly 90-93). His slider is a wipeout pitch 76-79 mph with tight rotation and sharp 11/5 depth. The right-hander also mixes in a 78-79 mph changeup with fastball arm speed.

+ Staying at No. 4 is TCU commit SS Cole Foster (Plano Senior HS), who can play all three infield positions. The switch-hitter has power from both sides with high end feel to hit.

+ Another two-way talents is at No. 5 in SS/RHP Tanner Witt (Episcopal HS). The Texas commit has an athletic, projectable, long-limbed frame at 6-foot-4, 185-pounds. As a two-way standout, Witt has smooth footwork and quick actions on the infield with a fast exchange and ability to play on the run. On the mound, the right-hander works from a high-¾ slot with a clean arm stroke. His fastball usually sits 88-90 mph, but there is more velocity to come in the future. Also has a good feel for both a curveball at 73-75 mph, and a changeup at 78-79 mph.

There are plenty of players that are new to the ranking, with multiple guys on the rise, including Players on the rise include LHP Dalton Beck (Reedy HS), LHP Thomas Vincent (Memorial), OF Cole Plowman (Eaton HS).

Top 10

RANK   NAME STATE SCHOOL CLASS POS COMMITMENT
1 Drew Romo TX The Woodlands 2020 C Louisiana State
2 Jared Kelley TX Refugio 2020 RHP Texas
3 Masyn Winn TX Kingwood 2020 SS Arkansas
4 Cole Foster TX Plano Senior 2020 SS Texas Christian
5 Tanner Witt TX Episcopal 2020 SS Texas
6 Travis Sthele TX Ronald Reagan 2020 SS Texas
7 Ryan Targac TX Halletsville 2020 3B Texas A&M
8 Luke Boyers TX Boerne - Samuel V Champion 2020 OF Texas Christian
9 Aaron Nixon TX McAllen 2020 SS Texas
10 Garrett Wright TX A&M Consolidated 2020 RHP Texas Christian

 

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