MD/DE Class of 2025 Rankings: 26-75


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It is with great excitement that we release to you today, our most recent update to the Maryland/DE Class of 2025 rankings with a look at players 26-75. Following today's Top 75 release, we will unveil the Top 125 on Wednesday. Following the release of our expanded 2025 rankings, we will highlight new faces and big risers on Thursday and Friday.

 

Climbing 3 spots to No. 31, catcher Drew Rybinski (Mount St. Joseph) showcased extremely well at our Maryland State Games in June possessing added body mass and eye-opening strength at the dish. The uncommitted backstop consistently showcased sub 2.00 pop times with arm strength that showed carry to the bag. 

 

A name out of Delaware that is starting to make waves is two-way Jaxon Clampitt (Cape Henlopen). Possessing a strong 6-foot-2, 160 pound frame, Clampitt opened a ton of eyes at the DCP Battlegrounds in November, showcasing the ability to impact the game in multiple facets. The fastball sits in the low to mid 80's with intent, mixing a sharp breaker with downer action. Clampitt rises over 30 spots to No. 33.

 

One of my favorite left-handed hitting sticks in the 2025 class is Jase Mitchell (Cape Henlopen). A long, strong 6-foot-2, 175 pound frame exudes projection and showcases proportional strength throughout. Utilizing plenty of whip in the barrel, the uncommitted backstop peppers the middle of the field with evident strength to the pull side gap. Mitchell rises close to 20 spots and sits at No. 38. 

 

Another quick riser is shortstop Nate Martin (Liberty). Starting as a freshman for powerhouse Liberty High School in Carroll County, Martin possesses a ton of athleticism and poise at such a young age. The hands work in rhythm at the dish, consistently lacing line drives to all fields with strength evident to the pull side. Rising 30 spots to No. 44, look for Martin to have yet another breakout year for Liberty in 2023. 

 

A new face in this update is middle infielder Ryan Rey (Sherwood). Rey impacts the game in multiple facets and showcased extremely well at our MD Underclass Fall Select in October. The hands are explosive at the dish and the approach is consistent to both gaps and alleys. A mainstay up the middle, the footwork is quick with solid range side-to-side. 

 

 

 

MD/DE Class of 2025 26-35

Rank Name High School Position Commitment
26 Parker Sweeney St. Maria Goretti OF/LHP Virginia Tech
27 Austin Schurman Appoquinimink SS/RHP  
28 Thomas Pilarski Calvert Hall SS  
29 Nathan Rodriguez Calvert Hall RHP/OF  
30 Mark Windle Boys Latin SS/RHP  
31 Drew Rybinski Mount St. Joseph C/1B  
32 Will Haacke Calvert Hall OF
33 Jaxon Clampitt Cape Henlopen RHP/OF
34 Kaden Barmer Calvert Hall OF
35 Wells Twining Walt Whitman RHP

 

Complete Top 75 Rankings