Top 10 Uncommitted Players in the 2025 Class

Indiana Staff



Trent Kulig, RHP, Andrean HS

Kulig took a big step forward at the Preseason All-State this March and has continued to find success on the mound this spring for a perennial powerhouse program in Andrean. A 6-foot-2, 200 pounder with strength in the lower-half, Kulig will sit 87-90 mph on a fastball with some ASR, coming from a high-¾ slot. The physical right-hander shows tons of feel for a 67-70 mph curveball with depth, showing the ability to flip it over for strikes early in counts. Expect Kulig to be a big uncommitted name on the summer circuit in 2023. 


Will Jaisle, RHP, Batesville HS

Jaisle has made impressive strides in his overall athleticism in the past 12 months, which has translated very well to the bump. The 6-foot-1, 205 pounder has a clean arm with tons of quickness - producing a heavy fastball that has been up to 89 mph with late cut. For Jaisle, the separator is his ability to spin a breaking ball. Jaisle has one of the better right-handed sliders in the class, showing sharp, late bite at 75-77 mph with advanced spin metrics (2,895 RPM avg | 2,936 RPM max). 


Tristan Wilson, RHP, North Central HS

A broad-shouldered, 6-foot-2, 205 pound uncommitted right hander - Wilson continues to trend in the right direction with his overall pitchability to go along with a fastball that has been up to 91 mph with significant arm side run from a ¾ arm slot. The fastball pairs well with a short, tight 74-76 mph slider and he will also flash an above average changeup at 78-79 mph. Wilson has found success in a starter role for North Central this spring and should garner plenty of attention this summer from college coaches.



Riley Agbonhese, OF, Zionsville HS

Agbonhese has begun to come into his own this spring - batting over .400 in arguably the state's toughest conference as a sophomore. A projectable, long-limbed 6-foot-2, 170 pounder with athleticism, Agbonhese has quick hands at the dish with a loose swing plane and should grow into more power as he continues to mature and adds strength. Good runner.


Grant Mercer, RHP, Lake Central HS

A projectable right-handed arm with major upside - Mercer stands at 6-foot-4 and 185 pounds and he produced a fastball that was up to 90 mph at the Preseason All-State in March. His short, tight 76-78 mph slider plays well off the fastball and he shows the ability to consistently land it for strikes. The arm action is long, uninterrupted, with whip at release suggesting the velocity will continue to improve as he matures into more strength.



Davian Carrera, LHP/1B, Boone Grove HS

A legitimate two-way prospect that looks the part of a prospect in the uniform, standing at 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds. Carrera offers intriguing promise on the bump with a live left-arm, running his fastball up to 87 mph in a look this spring with a sweeper-type, 75-77 mph slider. The overall operation on the mound is still a bit raw, but the arm talent is obvious with the frame to match. Offensively, the left-handed hitter has a compact stroke, creating bat speed in a short window and showing the ability to hit to all parts of the field with power throughout multiple looks this spring.


Landon Sarkey, OF/LHP, Hanover Central HS

Sarkey is another promising two-way prospect in Indiana's 2025 class that we have seen consistently produce in-game on both sides of the ball. His best tool is his left-arm, producing advanced arm strength from the outfield (91 mph) that translates to a mid-80s fastball on the bump. Sarkey shows feel for both the fastball and a 1/7 shaped curveball at 68-70 mph that he can flip over for strikes. The 5-foot-10, 175 pound left-handed hitter shows a short, simple stroke at the dish with fast hands and the ability to spray the ball on a line to all parts of the field. 

Trevor Corbett, INF/UTL, Noblesville HS

Corbett's calling card is his hit tool as he has shown the ability to hit velocity in-game early in his high school career. Corbett maintains rhythm throughout the loading process and his barrel accelerates through contact with loud bat speed. The bat-to-ball skills are real as Corbett boasts a 5:22 strikeout to walk ratio in arguably the state's toughest conference. The 6-foot, 175 pounder has a developing run tool (7.11 60) and his big arm strength (91 mph INF) should allow him to plug into multiple positions across the diamond.

Jaxon Sparks, LHP, Fort Wayne Carroll

Sparks has stepped into a big role on the mound for Carroll this season and is one of the top southpaws in Indiana's 2025 class. A strong, 6-foot-2, 200 pounder - Sparks sat 84-86 T 87 mph on his fastball in a look this spring, producing downhill angle from an over-the-top arm slot. The physical southpaw can command a three-pitch mix, showing a big, 70-73 mph curveball with depth and a changeup at 75-76 mph that he can locate to his arm side. 



Drew Graft, OF, Norwell HS

A gamer-type, speedy outfielder. Graft's best tool is his foot speed, producing a 6.74 60 at the Preseason All-State in March, also showing feel for the barrel that we have seen translate to in-game success. The athletic, 5-foot-11, 175 pound multi-sport athlete has a simple stride with minimal movement in the upper body that allows for consistent timing. The bat path is short and direct, allowing for consistent contact to let his speed play in-game