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Wisconsin Class of 2025 Rankings: Newcomers

By: Isaiah Glidden & Maddox Durst

As the summer circuit wraps up, the 2025 class heads into their junior season after an eventful and significant couple of months. We highlight the newcomers on the 2025 board, as our rankings expanded to a top-100 in our most recent update. 

Earlier this week, our staff officially updated our 2025 board, highlighting several of the state’s top prospects within our release. You can find that by clicking HERE. We followed that up with a piece in which we highlighted the prospects making seismic jumps up our board in our ‘Risers’ story, which can be found HERE.

We’ll dive deeper into the rankings themselves today, shining light on a handful of players that earned a spot on our board after showing well to our staff. Below you’ll learn more about these names that are trending upward as the fall is set to start. 




Here’s a report from the Top Prospect Games: Quick Hits: “...was a right-handed arm that caught attention on Tuesday. Listed as 6-foot-1, 175 pounds, Roventini showcased a fastball that topped at 86 mph and contained life through the zone. With an athletic delivery that saw him stay dynamic and quick through his motion, Roventini displayed a whippy arm action that came from a three-quarter arm slot. Through the delivery, he featured a high, closed tuck and was short out of the glove. The incoming junior worked efficiently and with a commanding presence on the mound as he mixed in a slider that had sharp, late break to it. The right-hander also flashed a changeup that contained some late fade to it. Roventini punched out two batters in his work across two hitless innings.”


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