Updated 2019 Colorado Rankings

John Cackowski
Director of Scouting

John Cackowski

State Director 

In the winter of 2015 PBR Colorado released our first ever 2019 rankings which consisted of 40 players. In the past two years Prep Baseball Report Colorado has had the opportunity to cover amateur baseball like no other organization has ever been able to do before in the state of Colorado. Between scouting numerous games last spring and summer, and having a great opportunity to see more 2019 grads at the Preseason All-State in March, our Senior Games this summer, and also while scouting spring and summer games, including our first year of our Colorado Summer Scout League. We were able to move our 2019 ranking list to 200 players. Our next big 2019 rankings update will be posted after the fall baseball season. 



Riley Cornelio RHP / SS / Pine Creek , CO / 2019

The Texas Christian commit is coming off successful spring and summer campaigns. Last spring, Cornelio helped Pine Creek reach the final four with video game like numbers going 9-0 on the season with a 0.90 ERA. With a fastball that is now consistently in the lower 90's at times touching 95, Cornelio struck out 85 batters in 53 innings last spring. Cornelio also hit .468 with 11 doubles and 4 homeruns. This summer Cornelio pitched for USA Baseball's 18 National Trials Team. 




Justin Boyd SS / OF / Legend , CO / 2019

Staying at No. 2 is Boyd. Committed to Oregon State. A verstatile, athletic infielder who could also play center. 6-foot-1, 185-pound right hand hitting SS/OF. Boyd's numbers were impressive playing in Continental League. Boyd would hit .485 while scoring 30 runs, stealing 12 bases, and driving in 17. Boyd also led Legend with 7 homeruns on the season. 





Sam Ireland 1B / RHP / Mountain Vista , CO / 2019

Staying at No. 3 is Minnesota commit Sam Ireland. 6-foot-3, 195-pound RHP/1B. The two way player had a dominant season for the Mountain Vista Golden Eagles helping lead them to the 5A State Championship. Ireland on the mound went 11-1 in 72 innings carrying a 2.72 ERA. Ireland only surrendered 56 hits, and struck out 77 while also throwing a no-hitter. At the plate, Ireland led the state with 43 RBI's. Ireland clubbed 11 homeruns, to go along with 8 doubles while hitting .400. Ireland was name PBR Colorado as their player of the year which you can read here





Tayler Aguilar OF / Northridge, CO / 2019

Moving up to No. 4 is Grand Canyon commit Tayler Aguilar. One of the biggest risers in Colorado's 2019 rankings since last spring, Aguilar possesses explosive bat speed and a strong arm. 6-foot-1, 210-pound left hand hitting OF. At the plate he hits from a balanced stance with a slow load on the pitch.  Good lower leg drive on the swing.  Hands come through the zone and create good whip.  Swing path is uphill and he creates a ball with good carry. Exit velocity was 98 mph. In the field he shows good actions and projects as a corner outfielder.  He throws from an over the top arm slot and was accurate to the bag.  Arm was 85 mph from the outfield. Hit 444 last spring with 9 doubles and 3 homeruns. 





Drew Stahl 2B / SS / Mountain Vista High School, CO / 2019

New to the top 10 is Washington State commit Drew Stahl coming in at No. 5. Another big riser in the 2019 rankings this year. 5-foot-9, 150 pounds. Bats and throws right.  Stahl had an impressive year at the plate helping the Golden Eagles win their first 5A State championship. Stahl led the Golden Eagles with a .444 batting average in 81 at bats. Stahl drove in 35, with 8 doubles, 3 triples, and 5 homeruns while scoring 38 runs. His OPS was. 1.340. 





Here is a sneak peak at the top 15. To see entire list click here


1 Riley Cornelio CO Pine Creek 2019 RHP Texas Christian
2 Justin Boyd CO Legend 2019 SS Oregon State
3 Sam Ireland CO Mountain Vista 2019 1B Minnesota
4 Tayler Aguilar CO Northridge 2019 OF Grand Canyon
5 Drew Stahl CO Mountain Vista High School 2019 2B Washington State
6 Clayton Burke CO Mountain Vista 2019 RHP Oregon
7 Parker Gregory CO Pine Creek 2019 RHP Wichita State
8 Eric McKnight CO Heritage 2019 RHP  
9 Grant Magill CO Mountain Vista 2019 C Indiana State
10 Hank Bard CO Legend 2019 C Kentucky
11 Bryce Matthews CO Chaparral 2019 OF Arkansas
12 Geno Macias CO Regis Jesuit 2019 OF Air Force
13 Lincoln Andrews CO Canon City 2019 1B Southeast Missouri State
14 Brice Martinez CO Cherry Creek 2019 3B  
15 Jared Ure CO Eaton 2019 RHP