Prep Baseball Report

Florida 2025 Rankings: Post-Spring Update

Rocco Iervasi & Cayden Hatcher
Prep Baseball Florida Staff


The 2024 High School Baseball Season is coming to an end. We head into the busiest season of the year, the summer. The 2025 class is heading into their last summer as a high schooler and the attention of the pro scouting community now turns their attention towards them.

Today we update the Florida 2025 class rankings with what we have seen so far in 2024.

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Top 5 Analysis

Dean Moss (IMG, LSU) continues to hold down the top spot in the state. Power left-handed bat has shown consistency as an impact hitter. 6-foot, 180 pounds with premier bat-to-ball skills.

Eli Blair (Arnold, Florida) makes the jump up to #2 in the state. The 6-foot-8, 218-pound southpaw first burst onto the scene as an uncommitted player at the 2023 Future Games. From mid 80’s to low 90’s, Blair has continued to take the next step in his development.

Sean Gamble (IMG, Vanderbilt) comes in at #3 in the FL 2025 class. The left-handed hitter recently committed to Vanderbilt. Lean, projectable frame, versatile to play multiple positions. Has a knack for the barrel and power potential to all fields.

Nick Diaz (Stoneman Douglas, Georgia) makes a jump up to #4 in this update. Long, lean frame at 6-foot-5, 180 pounds. Impacts the baseball at a high level with power potential. Leverage in his swing makes for an easy launch of the baseball.

Nic Partridge (Mulberry, Florida) rounds out the top 5. Lean frame at 6-foot, 170 pounds with more room to fill out. Athletic left-handed bat, loose wrists. More power to project on as he continues to fill out.

Full Top 10

1 Dean Moss FL IMG Academy 2025 OF Louisiana State
2 Eli Blair FL Arnold 2025 LHP Florida
3 Sean Gamble FL IMG Academy 2025 SS Vanderbilt
4 Nick Diaz FL Stoneman Douglas 2025 1B Georgia
5 Nic Partridge FL Mulberry 2025 3B Florida
6 Eddie Zaun FL Cardinal Mooney 2025 SS Miami
7 Cooper Moss FL Arnold 2025 RHP Florida
8 Aaron Watson FL Trinity Christian Academy (JAX) 2025 RHP Virginia
9 Emmanuel Lantigua FL St. John Paul II 2025 SS Florida State
10 Mario Magana FL Braddock 2025 SS Miami


Aaron Watson (TCA, Virginia) has been one of the biggest risers this spring. 6-foot-5, 205 pounds. Fastball up to 95 mph paired with a tight slider.

Mario Magana (Braddock, Miami) is one of the most projectable players in the class. 6-foot-3, 200 pound switch-hitting shortstop with ability to impact the baseball from both sides. He will be a high follow this summer.

Vincent DeCarlo (Jesuit, NC State) made a big impact on Jesuit’s state title run this spring. The 6-foot, 190-pound catcher drove in 20 runs while signal-calling and throwing out runners behind the plate. DeCarlo has established himself as the top 2025 catcher in Florida.



Future Games Trials: Panhandle FL 05/25 South Walton High School - Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Future Games Trials: Tampa FL 05/29 Carrollwood Day - Tampa, FL
Future Games Trials: Orlando FL 06/04 The First Academy - Orlando, FL
FL Top Prospect Games (Invite-Only) FL 06/05 Jackie Robinson Ballpark - Daytona, FL
Future Games Trials: IMG FL 06/12 IMG Academy - Bradenton, FL
Future Games Trials: Miami FL 06/25 FIU - Miami, FL
Future Games Trials: JAX FL 07/02 UNF - Jacksonville, FL
Future Games Trials: Palm Beach FL 07/09 CACTI Park - West Palm Beach, FL
Future Games Trials: Clearwater FL 07/16 Jack Russell Stadium - Clearwater, FL
Future Games (Class of 2026/27) NATIONAL 07/24 LakePoint Sports
Junior Future Games (Class of 2028/29) NATIONAL 07/24 LakePoint Sports
Senior Future Games (Class of 2025) NATIONAL 07/24 LakePoint Sports
Florida Super Sophomore Games (Invite Only) FL 08/03 University of Miami - Alex Rodriguez Park