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Georgia Class of 2025 Updated Rankings

Prep Baseball Georgia

The high school season has come to an end. We take a brief pause, and get ramped right back up this memorial day weekend to kick off the summer. We covered over 250 high school games this spring, and were able find new players, and check in on the names we already know. These players will head into what could be their final year of high school summer baseball. 

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As always, the evaluation process is a fluid and ongoing process with multiple viewings in order to get the best feel for players abilities. It’s important to note that as players continue their development some show marked improvement at a much more rapid pace. That doesn’t indicate that other players got worse or went backwards, it’s just how player development works. As the year unfolds, players make improvements and new prospects pop up on the radar expanding the PBR rankings universe. In addition to the evaluations of players, our scouts, both those in Georgia and nationally, have also had multiple discussions with each other to review our individual lists and then make adjustments based on what we've each seen. 

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The Top 10

Ty Peeples OF / Franklin County, GA / 2025

One of the fastest risers over the past 12 months, Peeples continues to ascend into one of the top outfielders in the class of 2025. Operating out of open, even base, the Georgia commit utilizes a rhythmic pre-pitch handset and bigger leg kick. Advanced ability to manipulate the barrel to match plane on entire pitch mixes with elite mobility in the lower half. There’s present bat speed and ability to rotate that continues to improve with real heaviness in the barrel. Significant hit/power projection. Peeples covers ground well in either corner with advanced routes and long strides from the 6-foot-2 frame. Solid arm strength that will play up due to carry and accuracy. (9/23/23)

Cannon Goldin OF / Buford High School, GA / 2025

Ole Miss Commit. 6-foot, 180 pounds. This prototype leadoff hitter just did more of the same at the Battle For Bartow, lighting up pitch after pitch for violent barrels everywhere on the diamond. He didn’t have much help from multiple bad strike zones in each game, but made the best of it with 3 hits and 4 barrels total. Few hitters in the entire state have been on the type of tear Goldin has, with 24 hits in the month of March alone, 2 away from breaking the GHSA record. He responded to his big time SEC commitment in incredible style, showing that his big move is only the beginning of his journey and he’s gained zero satisfaction from it. There’s not an arm in the class that can beat Cannon w/ FB’s consistently, and he continues to show improved pitch recognition and the ability to extend AB’s. He also got on the bump and was slinging in the low to mid 80’s! His 89 mph arm is a serious weapon in CF, and it only adds to his defensive value. He ran consistent 4.15’s down the line and also had a near plus time of 4.12. (4/11/23)

John Stuetzer SS / Pope , GA / 2025



Josh Gibbs SS / Forsyth Central, GA / 2025



Eli Pitts OF / Parkview , GA / 2025


Daniel Pierce SS / Mill Creek, GA / 2025



Terrance Bowen SS / Alexander , GA / 2025


Eston Simpson RHP / Jefferson, GA / 2025



Reid Worley RHP / Cherokee, GA / 2025



Jackson Peavy LHP / Peach County, GA / 2025



Biggest Movers 

John Stuetzer, SS, Pope

+11, #14 to #3

While an 11 spot jump doesn't look like the biggest jump, Stuetzer’s rise into the top-tier of the class has been one of the most impressive things we’ve seen this spring. The former Future Gamer and Florida State commit has continually shown a highest-level power/speed combo throughout yet another state title game run for Pope. With a school-record 30 SB this spring, Stuetzer was also running sub-11.0 second triples and showing all-fields power from a more upright setup at the plate where the top of the class bat speed played at an even higher level. Defensively, Stuetzer has made massive strides on the left side of the dirt with substantial range and loose, soft hands that are paired by his plus athleticism and easy arm strength. There shall be plenty of important eyes on Stuetzer throughout this upcoming summer, and could have significant pro interest.

Reid Worley, RHP, Cherokee

+18, #27 to #9

Worley has been a gradual mover over the last two years with every update, but now finally cracks the top 10, as well as being one of the top arms in the class. The Kennesaw State commit, who has been out of the stretch primarily in the past, now is working out of the windup and holding low-90s deep into outings for the first time in his career. Slider remains the best pitch in the mix with plus potential at 78-82 and immense feel to spin at an average 3000 RPM. Worley has the command and feel to manipulate the pitch with ease to add and subtract horizontal movement for swing-and-miss at a high rate. Completing the mix is a budding changeup in the mid-80s with hard arm-side fade out the same tunnel that is very tough to pick up out of hand. With more to project out of the lean 6-foot-2, 180-pound frame and obvious feel to pitch, Worley can continue to push up the state and national boards this summer.

Dax Kilby, SS, Newnan

+35, #52 to #17

It was simply an outstanding junior season for the Clemson commit, who finished with an 1.328 OPS and nearly 3-to-1 BB/K ratio, as well as being the defensive leader for a 32-win team. Kilby does an excellent job of matching plane with above-average bat-to-ball skills from the left side that allows the shortstop to find easy barrels in an all-fields approach. Gap-to-gap power presently but more raw pop to project in the 6-foot-2, 175-pound frame. Real staying power at short for Kilby with high-level footwork and ability to bend that leads to significant lateral range. Accuracy with easy carry across the diamond from multiple angles, and can make plays in the hole without selling out. There’s a very high floor in Kilby’s profile but the ceiling continues to rise as a top-20 player in the class.

Jamie Vicens, RHP, Marist

+42, #62 to #20

Emerging as the SP1 for a strong Marist team this spring, Vicens made strides across the board with the stuff while getting much more physical in a 6-foot-4, 210-pound frame. Working out of a lower three-quarters slot from a tight arm action, the Georgia Tech commit shows strong repeatability while creating good deception from a heavy pitch mix. Ran the sinker up to 93 this spring while living 88-91 for the majority with command to land strikes. Low-to-mid 70s curveball and changeup at 78-91 both flashed as swing-and-miss pitches at times as they continue to develop at a rapid pace. Vicens will be a main focus this summer as the top RHP in the 2025 class start to take shape.

Will Huggins, SS, Bowdon

+116, #157 to #41

The recent Georgia commit was a big winner at Preseason All-State in January and continued to shine throughout the spring for Bowdon into a substantial rankings jump. With a smooth left handed cut, Huggins does an excellent job staying through the ball with leverage at contact to create easy pull-side power that showed up in-game all season long. Easy actions in the dirt with range and above-average arm strength that can keep him on the left-side long-term. With projection remaining at 6-foot-2, 179-pounds and above-average present tools, Huggins can establish himself as one of the top infielders in the class this summer.

Ryan Hall, RHP, North Gwinnett

+53, #101 to #48

Operating also as QB1 for North Gwinnett, Hall had an eye-opening showing this spring on the diamond. With impressive arm speed while working downhill from a near over-the-top slot, the uncommitted right-hander generates quality ride and run from the fastball at 88-91 that can create in-zone misses and present command. Low-80 slider is a put-away pitch with late, two-plane break and an innate feel to spin. Hall started to mix in the changeup more this spring at 81-83 with good arm-side fade to round out the pitch mix. It's an extremely easy operation for Hall with three pitches, feel to spin and could be just scratching the surface of what's to come.

Coleman Lewis, OF, Lowndes

+72, #125 to #53

You’ll be hard pressed to find a more physical presence than Lewis, who stands 6-foot-2, 215-pounds with top of the class raw power. The uncommitted outfielder shows a real feel to hit armed with plus bat speed and accuracy in the barrel from the left-side that generates hard-hit contact with minimal effort. Good mover as a corner outfielder with good footwork and backed by present plus arm strength with on-target carry. Lewis can impact the game on both sides with his strength, and could be in-store for a summer campaign that makes dual-sport talent a household name.

Samford Holcomb, OF, North Gwinnett

+70, #127 to #57

The uncommitted center fielder has been a standout for Prep baseball Georgia scouts for the past year, and finally makes a huge move into the top outfielders in the class. An above-average runner with effortless actions in the outfield as shown by the immense range in all directions and advanced routes. Can make the difficult play look routine on a nightly basis. At the plate, Halcomb shows off impressive hand/bat speed from a compact left-handed swing that leads to a high rate of hard-hit line-drives where the speed can thrive. Halcomb has always had above-average upside in CF long-term, but now starting to show a batted ball profile that can take the profile to a new level.

Yenli Nolasco, OF/RHP, North Paulding

+80, #139 to #59

It started at GDC in February when Nolasco hit a long HR to dead CF before hopping on the mound and sitting high-80s in relief, and the huge two-way raw potential continued to flash throughout the spring. With present above-average power and great length to the right-handed swing, Nolasco finds loud impact in the barrel with easy carry to the pull-side, as shown by the 7 HR spring campaign. The uncommitted outfielder showed surprisingly quality actions in CF this spring with range in all directions and present arm strength from the lean 6-foot-3, 185-pound frame. On the mound, Nolasco was highly effective in relief, utilizing a strong FB/SL combo that pairs well off each other. The highest upside for Nolasco will be in the outfield, but the feel to pitch is present and can continue to be a power bullpen arm. 

Tanner Morneau, OF, Pope

+64, #142 to #78

It's inevitable, all the uncommitted outfielder does is hit. Operating out of the three hole for a state runner-up Pope team, Morneau showed excellent barrel skills throughout the spring in an easy all-fields approach. The linear bat path allows the center fielder to match plane anywhere in the zone with ease while finding line-drives regularly. The path to an above-average hit tool seems obvious, and can be a carrying tool in the profile. A sneaky 6.6 runner that plays up both on the base paths and in center, where Morneau can cover a ton of ground quickly. Enough arm strength to stick due to the range and advanced positioning. Morneau continues to fly a bit under the radar but there’s a quality profile here that can improve many recruiting classes.

Top Uncommitted by Position

OF: Nathan Nance | Henry Akpopv | Coleman Lewis | John Loudon | Vick Gann | Samford Halcomb | Avery Wilson | Tanner Morneau

1B: Aiden Zagryn | Noah Jordi | Rilee Hutchinson

3B: Jared Glenn | Carson Zagryn | Ean Marria

MIF:  Jackson Stanley | Mason Archie | Landon Kemp

C: Miles Mador | Spears Martin | Carson Vick | Seth Pettett

PITCHER: Ryan Hall | Peyton Robidoux | Tre Jackson | Dillon Stiltner | Yenli Nolasco | Brayden Seabold | Braden Burton | Trey Farr | Cameron Novak