He has a projectable 6-foot-4, 215-pound frame and pitches with good control. Listed at 5-foot-10, 175 pounds, he’s not going to be a power hitter, but his speed will bring a different dimension to the Cowboys’ lineup. It includes a number of quality, power arms, as well as some solid bats. College baseball’s signing period for the 2020 recruiting class is in full swing, and we’ve partnered up with our friends at Prep Baseball Report to give you in-depth recruiting coverage. MLB Rally MLB Rally Quick Pick Postseason Bracket Challenge The Vault R.B.I. Righthander Javier Ramos, another junior college transfer, adds a big arm to the class who should be able to quickly carve out a role. Ahead of the highly anticipated showdown at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, The Clemson Insider reached out to a … 6 by Baseball America and No. Outfielder JT Benson had a standout prep career in Kentucky both in football and baseball. He’s already big for a shortstop, but his hands and footwork are good enough to keep him on the infield. Top recruit: Brandon Birdsell, RHP (No. Four-year transfers were not considered for the ranking. Overview: Despite losing a couple players to the draft, the Tar Heels have another solid, well-balanced class loaded up with players who should be able to quickly make an impact in college. Overview: The Red Raiders went all in on pitching in this class. Horvath could end up in center field like Miller or he could play shortstop if he shows his infield actions are good enough. He offers good projection and raw tools and figures to help the Commodores in some capacity. His changeup is his best secondary pitch, but his curveball gives him a good third offering. Clemson Baseball Signees for the 2020 recruiting cycle. Mississippi State also has a few junior college transfers who could quickly make an impact on the mound. The news isn’t all bad, however. He isn’t as projectable as Gonzalez but is loose and athletic and should be able to quickly carve out a role on staff. Twin righthanders Ben and Zach Joyce come to Tennessee from junior college. native is an above average athlete that projects t… Hitters: Foster has solid all-around tools and has an advanced feel for the game. Righthander Brooks Rice offers big upside after previously focusing more on being an infielder. Ben could be similar to former Volunteer Andrew Schultz and his fastball has been up to 100 mph. His fastball sits around 90 mph and he has good feel for both his changeup and curveball, a combination that figures to help him get on the mound quickly for the Tigers. Righthander Cory Adcock throws in the low 90s with a good breaking ball and has a projectable 6-foot-3, 180-pound frame. Grissom isn’t the only big leaguer’s son in the Yellow Jackets’ recruiting class. They also dipped more heavily into the junior college ranks than usually, especially on the mound. Outfielder Josh Shuler (404) also has impressive tools but is still learning how to get the most out of them. Class of 2020 Baseball College Recruit. Hitters: Parada is the headliner of the class and the highest rated position player in the draft not to sign. Righthander Joseph Dixon (274) has two-way potential but stands out on the mound. Righthander Jaxson Wiggins (267) has a big, projectable 6-foot-6 frame and has made some strides over the last year to now run his fastball into the mid 90s. Joe Lampe, a junior college transfer, brings premium speed that plays at the top of the order. 2 talking about this. The ACC and Big 12 both have five classes ranked. Hitters: Smith is toolsy and athletic and packs more punch than his 5-foot-10 frame suggests. His above-average bat speed translates to power and he has plus speed which plays well both on the bases and in the outfield. He gets to his raw power well thanks to a simple, repeatable swing that should help him quickly get in the Razorbacks’ lineup. Louisville brought in a trio of junior college transfers who are expected to take on important roles in 2021. 66). Hitters: Dylan Campbell has an unorthodox swing but has an advanced feel for the barrel and the athleticism to play up the middle, either in the infield or outfield. 59). Lefthander Braden Carmichael led Grayson (Texas) JC’s rotation the last two seasons. If he can put it all together, he’ll give the Volunteers another premium arm. Robinson, listed at 6-foot-5, 182 pounds, has more projection, and can run his fastball into the low 90s. These scripts are set by a range of social media services that we have added to the site to enable you to share our content with your friends and networks. 318) was the better draft prospect after Zach missed the season due to Tommy John surgery. Offensively, his swing is geared toward contact and making the most of his speed, but he has surprising pop, making for a dynamic overall package. Righthander Chase Silseth (305), a junior college transfer, throws his fastball in the low 90s and has solid pitchability, traits that will help him quickly find a role on the Wildcats’ staff. Righthander Alejandro Rosario (60) doesn’t match Mederos’ physicality but has a big arm. Righthander Tommy O’Rourke missed the 2019 season after undergoing Tommy John surgery and showed promise before his injury. Righthander Jared Glenn has a projectable 6-foot-4 frame and an upper-80s fastball. 233). He produces good bat speed and has a chance for plus power, which he’ll need to fit the prototypical corner outfield profile. He’s a bit raw owing to his football background but has plus athleticism, speed and raw power and offers significant upside. Skip To Main Content. Hitters: Third baseman Cayden Wallace (144) has an athletic, physical frame and has a prototypical skillset for the position. Pitchers: Righthander Patrick Reilly (103) took a step forward last fall and saw his velocity jump up, touching 95 mph. He’ll need to refine some of the fine points of his game to reach his considerable ceiling, however. Carrion was one of the first 2020 recruits to make a commitment to the University of Florida, and obviously remained solid throughout his entire high school career. Hitters: Braydon Runion, a junior college transfer, is the most impactful position player in the class. He produced a solid track record as a prep player and has a good understanding of the game. Outfielder Calvin Hewett has exciting raw tools but has flown a bit under the radar as a New Hampshire prep product. It is focused on position players, as Arizona State’s pitching staff returns mostly intact in 2021. It’s the Cardinal’s first top-10 class under head coach David Esquer, who took over the program in 2017 following the retirement of Mark Marquess. His fastball sits in the upper 80s and he has a good feel for his breaking ball. Pitchers: Righthander Jermaine Vanheyningen (330), a junior college transfer, is an imposing figure on the mound at 6-foot-7 and has the fastball to match, touching triple digits this summer in the South Florida Collegiate League. He’s a solid defender at shortstop but could also be moved around the diamond to fill in anywhere the Trojans need. Pitchers: Ole Miss doesn’t have a lot of pitchers in this class with premium present stuff, but the group is full of projectable strike throwers, who figure to grow into bigger roles in time. Listed at 6-foot-2, 200 pounds, he has an intriguing combination of above-average power and speed. Righthander Blake Money (359) has a big, 6-foot-7, 245-pound frame but repeats his delivery better than many young pitchers his size. He mixes in a big breaking ball and a changeup. It’s a large, deep group that stayed intact through the draft, brining an impressive array of talent to Knoxville. Righthander Carson Swilling (327) also attacks batters with a good fastball-curveball combination. Hitters: Moss was one of the offensive standouts at Area Code Games and has an impressive feel for hitting. Louisiana State closely followed Miami and earned the No. Shortstop Jalen Vazquez (301) stands out for his defense, which is good enough to give him a chance to step right into the Gamecocks’ lineup. 65). That is an unqualified positive for the Gators, but it led to them bringing in a slightly smaller recruiting class than initially expected. Seed stands out for his pitchability and put up big numbers at the front of the Volunteers’ rotation. Righthander Josh Mallitz throws his fastball around 90 mph and pairs it with good feel for his breaking ball. Outfielder Bobby Pierce, another junior college transfer, is a powerful righthanded hitter. He offers big power potential and profiles as a corner infielder. He’ll need to refine his control to reach his ceiling but offers big upside if he can put it all together. Ranking Last Updated 4/7/2020. For the first time in program history, Miami ranks No. The season’s cancellation this year meant the New Jersey native didn’t get back in game action but is throwing again and continues to show promising stuff. Daniel, listed at 6-foot-3, 215 pounds, is big and athletic and has plenty of offensive upside as a switch-hitter with power potential. Pitchers: Lefthander Timmy Manning (135) has the most upside on the mound of the Gators’ commits. Strong and physical, he packs a punch in his righthanded bat and has solid speed. Righthander Will Sanders (200) offers at least as much projection with his 6-foot-6, 195-pound frame. His plus speed and arm play well in the outfield. Hitters: Collins and fellow catcher Fernando Gonzalez (339) put the class in an enviable position behind the plate. Georgia didn’t just sign lefthanders, however, also mixing in some impressive righthanders. Infielder Jack O’Dowd (370) is the son of former Rockies general manager Dan O’Dowd and has the mentality expected from a player who grew up around the game. Rankings Home. Shortstop Mitchell Daly is a plus runner whose athleticism plays well defensively. The flame throwing lefty was a 4th round selection of the Chicago Cubs in the 2020 MLB Draft. Lefthander Shawn Scott is another high-ceiling arm. Lefthander Liam Sullivan has a big, 6-foot-6 frame with significant upside. 26 prospect. He’s a solid catcher with a simple swing that works well. “It’s a testament to coach Lopez,” DiMare said. With fewer players drafted, more prominent prospects are headed to college this fall, making for an exemplary freshman class. On the diamond, his premium speed plays well and he has shown a good feel for hitting during his prep career. Carter Graham has a strong frame and good power potential and has the look of a physical corner player. Beyond the impact on the mound, they could also bring in solid contributors around the diamond. Outfielder Huson Sapp has a good feel for the game, both at the plate and defensively. His fastball sits in the upper 80s and he mixes in a good changeup. The official 2020 Baseball Roster for the Washington State University Cougars Shortstop Johnny Castagnozzi (467) has played at a high level throughout his prep career and offers good athleticism. He also has some strength in his bat that plays as doubles pop now, but figures to turn into home run power in time. He has a quick swing that is geared toward hitting line drives to all fields, has above-average speed and has good actions that play anywhere on the infield. He’s an impact hitter and a solid defender at the hot corner. He throws a lot of strikes and can compete for a spot in the Bulldogs’ rotation. Valor Christian Baseball empowers their athletes with SportsRecruits, providing them with all the tools they need to … Woods may have the best upside of the group, though he still needs to grow into his 6-foot-2, 190-pound frame to get to it. Righthander Gage Bradley (362) offers good projection and athleticism. Brody Drost (367) has true two-way potential as an outfielder/lefthander. 1 in Baseball America’s 2020 recruiting class rankings. Catcher Ben Schorr has good catch-and-throw skills behind the plate. Righthander Michael Fowler has a projectable 6-foot-3, 185-pound frame but missed this summer due to injury. © 2005-2021 CBS INTERACTIVE ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. He’s highly versatile, and can play anywhere in the outfield, step into the infield in a pinch and get on the mound, where his fastball can reach 91 mph. Righthander Paco Hernandez offers good upside, thanks to a projectable 6-foot-5, 210-pound frame and a fastball that already gets into the low 90s. Shortstop Alex Rodriguez is the best defender in the class, which gives him real upside. Outfielder Austin Reed has plus speed and a good feel for hitting. He needs to smooth out some rough edges in his game but has the raw tools to work with. Hitters: Harris has built an impressive track record of hitting quality pitching during his prep career. Shortstop Brayden Taylor has good defensive skills and figures to be able to stay at the position, though he’ll need to get stronger to reach his potential at the plate. He attacks hitters with a good sinker-slider combination. Pitchers: Floyd (69) headlines the class on the mound thanks to his electric fastball that sits 92-95 mph and has a high spin rate, helping him to produce swings and misses. 1 in Baseball America’s 2020 recruiting class rankings. He has a smooth swing and barrels up a lot of balls, while also providing steady, reliable defense that could make him the Tigers’ shortstop of the future. He has big offensive potential as well but needs to improve his feel for hitting to get the most out of his bat speed. M.J. Rodriguez has a physical frame at 6 feet, 245 pounds, and big power potential. Overview: Arkansas in 2017 landed a top-five class that lived up to that billing and produced top-100 draft picks Heston Kjerstad and Casey Martin. He attacks hitters with a good fastball-slider combination and can reach 94 mph. NC The Best of 2020: No. He has quick hands at the plate and sprays line drives to all fields, but he has a smaller frame and questions about his ultimate offensive impact helped push him to college. Outfielder John Marant also has a large, 6-foot-5 frame that comes with big power potential. 1 recruiting class in the country, their first ever top-ranked class. Lefthander Lucas Gordon (411) stands out for his polish, pitchability and impressive prep track record. 19, Stanford adds another talented group this year that didn’t lose a single player to the draft process. Righthander Brandt Pancer fills up the strike zone with his three-pitch mix. The righthanded hitter creates good bat speed and has the potential to hit for plenty of power, to go with the arm strength and hands to fit at the hot corner. Infielder Blake Pivaroff has played at a high level throughout high school and has produced a strong track record for hitting along the way. Not too shabby for a … His breaking ball needs to firm up a bit, but he has good feel for the offering and offers solid upside. This year’s class brings in even more talent as the Panthers looks to break through. Overview: The Cardinals signed a large, balanced class in anticipation of losing several players from their 2020 team. He has an athletic, projectable build and offers considerable upside. Infielder/righthander Jack Mahoney is more advanced as a position player and probably profiles best at third base, but his long-term future may be on the mound, where he can run his fastball up to 95 mph. Righthander Ethan English, a junior college transfer, has two-way potential and provides power both at the plate and on the mound. This class initially included infielder Robert Moore, who instead graduated a semester early and quickly established himself as a starter in Fayetteville. Outfielder Clayton Gray profiles in center field thanks to his above-average speed. Bohrofen stands out for his athleticism and plus speed, which plays well in the outfield. This one is heavy on position players, including some who can quickly make an impact at the college level. His fastball sits in the upper 80s and he pounds the zone with his three-pitch mix. Righthander Jack Sokol has a projectable 6-foot-4 frame and figures to add more velocity to his 90 mph fastball as he physically matures. He has feel for three pitches and throws them all for strikes, and as he grows into his 6-foot-8 frame he figures to add more velocity. Infielder Caleb Ketchup gives the class a solid, versatile defender. Pitchers: Texas Tech has a plethora of pitching coming in. Overview: In Crews and righthander Ty Floyd, the Tigers have cornerstones for this class both in the lineup and on the mound. He profiles best as a corner outfielder thanks to his plus arm strength and average speed. With more time on the mound, he could take off. You can see that the area under the curve gets smaller both as the rating for a commit decreases and as the number of total commits for a school increases. Pitchers: McLean is an outstanding athlete and can do a little bit of everything. Righthander Brendan Girton (382) is a converted catcher and state-champion football player with a bulldog mentality. His fastball sits in the upper 80s and his overall package gives him starter upside. He pounds the strike zone with an upper-80s fastball and a good breaking ball. He’s athletic with a bulldog mentality that could play right away in the Texas Tech bullpen. His fastball gets up to 96 mph and he pairs it with a sharp, biting slider, while also mixing in a changeup and curveball. "We feel like we have added talent and depth to the skill positions," said Spencer. He also has opted not to play football in college after initially committing to play both sports (he was rated as a three-star running back, according to 247 Sports). He profiles well at third base or in right field. 2020 Recruiting Rankings The Formula where c is a specific team's total number of commits and R n is the 247Sports Composite Rating of the nth-best commit times 100. While he’s listed at 6-foot-5, 185 pounds, the lefthanded hitter has a better feel for hitting than most young players his size. Lefthander Kade Snell attacks hitters with a fastball-slider combination. Sterlin Thompson (196) wasn’t a fixture of the showcase circuit in 2019 but played his way onto draft boards in the fall and early this spring. There’s a lot to like about him now, but he may just be scratching the surface as he has plenty of projection in his 6-foot-7, 220-pound frame, and is still learning the finer points of pitching. Colby Wilkerson is an excellent defender and has the versatility to play anywhere on the infield. THE WORLD'S LARGEST AND MOST COMPREHENSIVE SCOUTING ORGANIZATION Righthander Charez Butcher (323) is still a bit raw but offers big upside as well. Hitters: Gonzalez stands out for his defense at shortstop thanks to his plus arm, soft hands and easy infield actions. In December, our staff, in conjunction with the PBR staff, will look back and rank the 2019 recruiting classes. His upside is significant, but there are still some rough edges to his game. He figures to play an important role on the pitching staff, either in the rotation or bullpen. He has good hittability and uses the whole field to hit. Carrion and Halter both have a chance to contribute on the mound, as well. View the latest 2020 baseball commitments announced on FieldLevel. He’ll need to refine his control and changeup like many prep pitchers, but he’s ready to step into a big role for the Seminoles. Catcher Jimmy Crooks and third baseman Brett Squires were teammates at McLennan (Texas) JC and now bring big lefthanded bats to Norman. Wright is Huntington, Ind. Overview: The Seminoles’ class was just outside the Top 25 going into the draft, but they were one of the biggest winners of the event and jump to just outside the top 10 in the final rankings. Devan Ornelas has the skillset of an up-the-middle player and likely can stay in the infield, but his speed would also play well in center field. He still needs some refinement but has the raw tools to work with. 3 Most Viewed Profile 1/13/2021 Luke Little has the No. Infielders Luis Espinal and Dominic Pitelli are the sleepers of the class because they didn’t play much on the showcase circuit. Squires has a powerful swing and hit eight home runs in 21 games this spring, while Crooks, a redshirt freshman, has strong offensive upside. Righthander Tyler Stromsborg had Tommy John surgery earlier this year, but when he’s healthy, he has a low-90s fastball and can throw four pitches for strikes. Outfielder Kyle Casper has a solid overall skill set and covers ground well in the outfield, a big asset in the spacious alleys of Hi Corbett Field. He stands out most for his bat, as the lefthanded hitter has the chance to hit for average and power. Overview: The Sun Devils lost a bevy of players to the draft, including first-overall pick Spencer Torkelson, and are counting on this class to help replace them. By Teddy Cahill on September 23, 2020. Pitchers: The Bulldogs went heavy on lefthanders in this class, starting with Jaden Woods (223) and Luke Wagner (322). Top recruit: Carson Montgomery, RHP (No. His fastball sits in the low 90s with angle and running action that makes it tough to square up and has been up to 96 mph, while his slider was one of the best of any high school pitcher in the draft class. The class had strong depth and Texas bolstered it following the draft with a couple late additions and it has a third straight top-10 class as a result. Lefthander Colin Ahearn earns praise for his bulldog mentality and attacks hitters with a low-90s fastball. Righthander Matt Fernandez stands out for his pitchability and built a long track record of success in high school. Infielders John Anderson and Dylan Strickland have a strong track record of hitting in Georgia’s highest high school classification and should be able to bolster the Yellow Jackets’ lineup. Lefthander Nick Gorby doesn’t have premium velocity, but he has an advanced feel for pitching. With the partial schloarships and Lemonis recruiting so far out, it's hard to keep track. Righthander Braxton Pearson (358) came on strong last spring, adding more power to his fastball-slider combination. On the mound, his fastball sits around 90 mph and he works in a breaking ball and changeup. Additionally, you can subscribe to Baseball America's newsletter and receive all of our rankings, analysis, prospect insight & more delivered to your inbox every day. 2020 Baseball Roster. Catcher Tomas Frick, whose brother Patrick is in the Mariners’ system, has a strong baseball IQ and got plenty of experience in high school working with high-level arms. Overview: The Gamecocks have put together another strong class that has especially good depth among its position players and navigated the draft well, losing only lefthander Luke Little in the process. He’s a good defender behind the plate but also has the athleticism to play elsewhere on the diamond and that versatility will likely benefit him at least at the start of his career at Ole Miss. It kept that group together through the draft, bringing a combination of immediate impact and strong depth. Hitters: Davis looks the part as a 6-foot-1, 211-pound tooled-up lefthanded hitting outfielder with premium talent. His fastball has been up to 93 mph, his slider projects as his best offering and his changeup has a chance to give him three above-average pitches. Shortstop Jordan Thompson (215) is a good defender with a strong arm. The official 2020 Baseball Roster for the Indiana University Hoosiers. Lefthander Cam Hill has a physical 6-foot-4 frame and pounds the zone with an upper-80s fastball. They had a young lineup in 2020, often starting five or six freshmen, so their needs mostly lie on the mound. That’s also helped his stuff improve. Righthander Trevor Martin (372) has a physical 6-foot-5, 225-pound frame and a fastball that can get into the mid 90s. He doesn’t have any standout tool, but his overall package makes for an impressive player. He has a loose, simple righthanded swing and drives the ball to all fields. Ben (No. 2 ranking, followed by Vanderbilt, Arizona and Florida. Baseball 20 MLB Home Run Derby 2020 Closer Report Prospect Rankings MLB Champions Apps MLB MLB Rally MLB Ballpark MiLB First Pitch R.B.I.
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