Updated Class of 2023 Player Rankings (September)

Aaron Wilson and PBR Michigan Staff
PBR Michigan Director of Scouting

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Class of 2023 Player Rankings (September)

In 2020 we have had a year unlike any other ... No Spring HS season, uncertainty all summer with tournaments and showcases and the same can still be said this fall. But that hasn't stopped us from searching far and wide throughout the state to find the best prospects we can, to help them get to college and to help colleges find prospects that fit their culture.

Despite the tumultuous summer, many names came off the board to some of the top programs around the nation, many new names came to the forefront of the recruiting scene, and many prospects improved their game.

That being said, we have had the pleasure of seeing a number of solid players this past year. Prospects are popping up left and right, making velocity jumps, improving 60-yard dash times and showing more power with the bat.

Below we will take a look at “The Risers”, "The Newcomers”, "Uncommitted Tools" and some of the top uncommitted prospects by position.

Coming soon ... We will have the Class of 2023 Rankings Positional Breakdown, which you will be able to view by clicking here.

Coming Soon ... To view the Uncommitted Positional Breakdown, click below:
RHP | LHP | OF | 1B | 2B | SS | 3B | C

To view the entire rankings, please click here.

What’s New At The Top

2020 has been a year unlike any other, while dealing with a national pandemic high school baseball was cancelled and summer ball was uncertain. However guys were able to put their talent on full display on the National, Regional and state stage. Rankings have shuffled at the top and three guys have entered the top ten.

Drew Titsworth RHP / OF / Frankenmuth, MI / 2023

Joining the top ten after an amazing summer showing two way ability while excelling on the mound is Drew Titsworth. 6-foot-3, 195 pound left hand hitting, RHP/OF Drew Titsworth showed well this winter while exploding this summer. The most dominant arm in the class has been 86-90 mph with easy arm action. Committed to University of Michigan and takes over the #4 slot.

The Risers

Jack Jones RHP / 3B / University Liggett, MI / 2023

RHP Jack Jones is a 6-foot-3, 185 pound RHP that throws a heavy ball down hill. A good athlete who allows his athleticism to shine on the hill. Runs a 7.13 sixty time while posting an 89 mph exit velocity. 83-85 mph on the mound, recently committed to Michigan State taking over the #12 slot.

Gavin Moczydlowsky RHP / 3B / New Boston Huron, MI / 2023

RHP Gavin Moczydlowsky is a 6-foot, 185 pound prospect with a physical frame. He delivers with little effort from a ¾ arm angle showing deception. Commands the zone well with a mid 80’s fastball paired with a sharp curve and sinking change up.

Nathan Ball C / RHP / Bay City John Glenn, MI / 2023

Nathan Ball is a physical framed 6-foot-3, 200 pound catcher that swings from the left side. Showed some pop at the dish and the ability to receive well behind the dish. 84 mph exit velocity. Has also displayed the ability to perform well on the mound.

The Gamers

Ryan McKay 2B / SS / St. Mary's Preparatory School, MI / 2023

Ryan McKay is a 5-foot-7, 153 pound middle infielder that has sure hands and above average range. He makes plays in the field while playing the game with youthful joy. At the plate is a hitting machine that puts on hitting displays during many PBR tournaments. Racked up many multiple hit games with doubles and the ability to leave the yard. 89 mph exit velocity.

Brody Krzysiak C / SS / Bay City John Glenn, MI, MI / 2023

C Brody Krzysiak is a slim framed prospect standing 5-foot-10, 141 pounds. There’s not too many better blocking catchers as well as catch and throw guys in the state. Accurate throwing arm and plays with passion. Has the ability to jump on the mound and play middle infield. Go to a game and you will leave asking about Brody.

Adrian Epps OF / RHP / West Bloomfield, MI / 2023

OF Adrian Epps is a 5-foot-6, 150 pound prospect that left a lasting impression at each event he attended this summer. On the mound worked effortlessly allowing no runs while displaying command. At the plate he showed the ability to drive the ball to all fields, and also crushed a triple during game play. He’s a top of the order spark plug.

Don’t Sleep On These Arms

Kyle Remington OF / RHP / Grand Rapids Christian , MI / 2023

RHP Kyle Remington is a 5-foot-11, 150 pound prospect that was the only 2023 pitcher to make Team Michigan at the Future Games. He impressed at the Future Games cruising through six hitters in two innings without allowing a hit. Strong three pitch repertoire, his fastball was up to 86 mph with a max spin rate of 2342. Curve has a 2014 spin rate and a 1922 spin rate on the change up.

Ethan Henry LHP / OF / South Christian, MI / 2023

LHP Ethan Henry was one of the more impressive arms we saw all summer regardless of class. 6-foot, 165 pound prospect showed above average command while displaying a fastball up to 85 mph with an average spin rate of 2035 while peaking at 2138. Paired with a curve that had a max spin rate of 2449.


Top Uncommitted Prospects by Position

Michigan Class of 2023 rankings

Rank   Name State School Class Pos Commitment
1   Blake Grimmer MI Spring Lake 2023 SS Tennessee
2   Jarren Purify MI University Liggett 2023 3B Michigan
3 Evan Haeger MI Detroit Catholic Central 2023 OF Alabama
4 Drew Titsworth MI Frankenmuth 2023 RHP Michigan
5   Parker Picot MI Rochester Adams 2023 SS Alabama
6   Kyle Crow MI Fenton 2023 RHP Louisville
7 Ryan Mooney MI Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep 2023 OF Notre Dame
8   Noah Miller MI Monroe 2023 C
9   Jacob Brown MI Father Gabriel Richard 2023 SS West Virginia
10   Alfredo Velazquez MI Brother Rice 2023 OF

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