Updated 2021 Washington Rankings

Dan Jurik
Scouting Director - Pacific Northwest

Seattle, WA - After a full year of scouting HS baseball, travel tournaments, invite-only events and’s time to update and expand our player rankings for the 2021 class in Washington This edition of the rankings features 100 players from across the state. The 2021 rankings will be updated and expanded once baseball resumes and we have the chance to see and evaluate these players further.

When ranking players, we try to decide what their ceiling is as a prospect and balance that with the likelihood that they will ultimately reach their potential. We take into account their athleticism, physical tools, projection as well as their track-record of success in-game.

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. With more than 150 scouts, we have the largest baseball scouting infrastructure across all levels of amateur baseball in the country.

The Prep Baseball Report is the No. 1 resource for amateur baseball in each state we cover through our variety of events, boots-on-the-ground scouting staff, daily coverage, and multimedia platforms. Our multimedia platforms and events work in tandem, ultimately creating the most powerful source of high school baseball promotion in each state.  While other organizations take a national approach, our goal is to become the authoritative voice on the ground level of each state.

Rankings are based off 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. 


1 Malakhi Knight WA Marysville-Getchell 2021 OF Oregon State
2 Max Debiec WA O'Dea 2021 RHP Washington
3 Nate Leibold WA Ballard 2021 RHP UCLA
4 Kai Francis WA Bainbridge 2021 RHP Gonzaga
5 Antonio Guerrero WA Fife 2021 3B Washington
6 Kyle Fossum WA Eastside Catholic 2021 OF Washington
7 Tommy Brandenburg WA Kalama 2021 RHP Oregon
8 Nathan DeSchryver WA Bainbridge Island High School 2021 RHP Gonzaga
9 Cole Nelson WA Meadowdale 2021 RHP Oregon State
10 Jessada Brown WA Chief Sealth 2021 C UC Santa Barbara
11 Jake Larson WA Kentlake 2021 SS Minnesota
12 Drake Anderson WA Puyallup 2021 SS Washington State
13 Elijah Hainline WA Mead 2021 SS Washington State
14 Aiden Van Rensum WA Archbishop Murphy 2021 SS Oregon
15 Michael Tsoukalas WA Arlington 2021 C Oregon State
16 Casey Swanson WA Walla Walla 2021 SS Oregon State
17 Riley McCarthy WA Mountain View 2021 C Portland
18 Cameron Hoiland WA Kentridge 2021 OF  
19 Zach Toglia WA Gig Harbor 2021 3B  
20 Tanner Vaughn WA W.F. West 2021 RHP  
21 Kyle Parkman WA Central Valley 2021 OF  
22 Hyatt Utzman WA Pullman 2021 SS Xavier
23 Drew Reynolds WA W.F. West 2021 C  
24 Willis Cresswell WA Puyallup 2021 C Washington State
25 Kolby Solomon WA Inglemoor 2021 RHP Gonzaga