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Updated Class of 2025 Player Rankings (May)

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Updated Class of 2025 Player Rankings (May)

Well, another season has come and gone.  The New England region continues to open eyes across the United States with their high school baseball prospects. The 2025 class is full of talented players, many of them being pitchers. 

As the spring season is coming to a close and the summer season is getting underway, we will take a look at "The Elite of the Class", "The Risers”, "Keep an Eye Open For", a look some of the top uncommitted prospects by position, and a close look at the Top 10.

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  • Class of 2024 | Class of 2025 | Class of 2026 | Class of 2027

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To view the entire Class of 2025 rankings, please click here.

The Elite of the Class

  • Matthew McDowell, two way guy with projection through the roof. He is the number prospect for a reason. He has leverage on the bump and shows strength and power in the barrel.
  • Grant McCubrey, right-hander, headed to Vanderbilt. At 6-foot-4, he should be a legit power arm by the time he makes it into the SEC.  
  • John Paone, Duke bound, the right-hander is an athletic arm with serious arm whip.
  • Garrett Snyder, the Notre Dame commit, was one of my favorites from the ProCase this winter. The delivery is clean and the am is ultra quick. He is big and the spin pitch is plus.  
  • Wyatt Nadeau, another Vanderbilt commit with a high ceiling and his best days in front of him.
  • Logan Charbonneau, big and physical right-handed banger, headed to UConn.

The Risers

  • Luke Gallo, super skilled infielder who is headed to BC. He should adapt to the college game with ease.  
  • Will Shaheen, twitchy and athletic, someone is going to get themselves a legit guy.
  • Tyler Stone, hard throwing right-hander with above average stuff. He continues to impress.
  • Daniel Margolies, this young left-hander has bounced back nicely from his injury. His velocity is growing again and he shows the makings of a plus spin pitch.
  • Charlie Kubiet, a UCF commit, shows a ton of potential in the future. The pitchability is through the roof.
  • Teagan Beames, a right-handed pitcher, velocity has jumped, been 88-90 mph, with 2 plus secondary pitches. 

Keep An Eye On

  • Tyler Dunlea, big, physical right-handed recovering from TJ. He is a good one.
  • Jackson Morse, skilled and well-coached infielder, very good player.
  • Jaylin Manson, athletic and left-handed, his best days are in front of him.
  • Max Andrews, Left-handed hitter coming off an injury.
  • Tyler Kropis, a left-handed pitcher and hitter is a good looking prospect to watch. He had a huge year last year and is set to do it again.
  • Connor Jernigan, looks like he has made another jump, he profiles through the ceiling on the mound.
  • Matthew Shea, continues to improve off the mound, can really spoon the baseball. 


Below we look to name the top 5 prospects in specific categories based on primary position in profile for the 2024 class rankings. Beyond this group, there are numerous prospects that can help a collegiate program in some capacity.

***** To view the entire rankings, please click here.


High School
1 Matthew McDowell Brookfield (CT) SS UConn
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2 Grant McCubrey Nashua South RHP Vanderbilt
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3 John Paone Lawrence Academy (MA) RHP Duke
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4 Garrett Snyder Cheshire Academy (CT) RHP Notre Dame
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5 Wyatt Nadeau Westminster School (CT) RHP Vanderbilt
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6 Logan Charboneau Hamden Hall (CT) 1B UConn
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7 Luke Gallo Phillips Academy Andover (MA) SS Boston College
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8 Brendan Horne Pinkerton Academy (NH) OF Vanderbilt
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9 Gian Gamelli Hamilton-Wenham (MA) LHP Notre Dame
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10 Danny Flynn Phillips Academy Andover (MA) OF Northeastern
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***** To view the entire rankings, please click here.

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