Prep Baseball Report

2020 Eligible Top 50 College Hitters

David Seifert
Director of College Scouting

After just four weeks of games, we unfortunately reached the end of the 2020 college baseball season. As we await word for any changes to this year's draft, currently scheduled for June 8-10, the top prospects have sorted themselves out.

We released our Top 100 College Prospects in September with Spencer Torkelson (Arizona State), Nick Gonzales (New Mexico State), Austin Martin (Vanderbilt), Garrett Mitchell (UCLA) and Heston Kjerstad (Arkansas) leading the list of hitters. Since that time only one change has been made to those as North Carolina State catcher Patrick Bailey replaces Mitchell.

Gaining the most ground in our rankings is Ohio State catcher Dillon Dingler, who moves up from the 4th round to early 2nd round territory. Also making big jumps are Michigan shortstop Jack Blomgren and Alabama outfielder Tyler Gentry who both rise to potential 4th round picks.

Injuries to Parker Chavers (Coastal Carolina), Freddy Zamora (Miami, FL) and Jesse Franklin(Michigan) cause them to slide a bit, but they remain in the Top 50.

And now, the Top 50 Hitters:

Rank Player Position College
1 Spencer Torkelson 1B Arizona State
2 Austin Martin 3B Vanderbilt
3 Nick Gonzales 2B New Mexico State
4 Patrick Bailey C North Carolina State
5 Heston Kjerstad OF Arkansas

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Rank Player Position College
1 Spencer Torkelson 1B Arizona State
2 Austin Martin 3B Vanderbilt
3 Nick Gonzales 2B New Mexico State
4 Patrick Bailey C NC State
5 Heston Kjerstad OF Arkansas
6 Garrett Mitchell OF UCLA
7 Austin Wells* C Arizona
8 Aaron Sabato* 1B North Carolina
9 Daniel Cabrera OF LSU
10 Nick Loftin SS Baylor
11 Jordan Westburg SS Mississippi State
12 Alika Williams SS Arizona State
13 Justin Foscue 2B Mississippi State
14 Dillon Dingler C Ohio State
15 Casey Martin SS/OF Arkansas
16 Hayden Cantrelle SS Louisiana
17 Zach DeLoach OF Texas A&M
18 Trei Cruz SS Rice
19 Gage Workman 3B Arizona State
20 Alerick Soularie OF Tennessee
21 Hudson Haskin* OF Tulane
22 Casey Schmitt 3B/RHP San Diego State
23 Zavier Warren SS Central Michigan
24 Tyler Keenan 3B Ole Miss
25 Jordan Nwogu OF Michigan
26 Parker Chavers OF Coastal Carolina
27 Michael Rothenberg C Duke
28 Luke Waddell SS Georgia Tech
29 Jack Blomgren SS Michigan
30 Freddy Zamora SS Miami
31 Tyler Gentry OF Alabama
32 Chris Lanzilli OF/3B Wake Forest
33 Ryan Ritter SS John Logan JC, Ill.
34 Casey Opitz C Arkansas
35 Tanner Allen OF Mississippi State
36 Jesse Franklin OF Michigan
37 Anthony Servideo SS Ole Miss
38 Alex Toral 1B Miami
39 Kale Emshoff C Arkansas-Little Rock
40 Joey Wiemer, Jr OF Cincinnati
41 Braiden Ward OF Washington
42 Kaden Polcovich 3B Oklahoma State
43 Elijah Cabell* OF Florida State
44 Tanner Murray SS UC Davis
45 Blake Dunn OF Western Michigan
46 Jimmy Glowenke SS Dallas Baptist
47 Bobby Seymour 1B Wake Forest
48 Steven Williams OF Auburn
49 Trevor Hauver OF Arizona State
50 Niko Kavadas 1B Notre Dame

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