Prep Baseball Report

Talent On Display: The Top Uncommitted 2025s In The State Tournament

Parker Hageman
Prep Baseball Minnesota

Minnesota's state high school tournament brings out the best talent from all corners of the state from schools of all sizes. Here's a look at some of the top uncommitted players from the junior class set to participate and help their team compete for a championship.

Class 1A

+ Jonah Moulton | Heritage Christian Academy (124th)

Moulton was 85 off the mound at our Preseason All-State and was in the low 90s with his exit velocity at the plate. The right-hander threw 60.1 innings for the Eagles with a 10-1 record, 0.46 ERA, and 113-to-21 strikeouts-to-walks. Offensively, he led his team in runs scored with 28. 

+ Noah Sundquist | RHP | Cherry (73rd)

Sundquist possesses projectable traits. We saw him this spring, when the right-hander was up to 85 in an early spring game. He gets down the mound well, has a developing curveball, and has tons of potential. 

Class 2A

+ Ashton Detloff | LHP/1B | Perham (Unranked)

Unranked, mainly because he has yet to go to an event since 2022, the Yellowjacket went 8-1 in 51.1 innings with a 0.81 ERA and a 68-to-14 strikeout-to-walk ratio. He twirled a gem in section play, defeating Thief River Falls in a complete game, one-run outing with eight strikeouts and two walks. 

+ Gannon Reidinger | RHP/1B | Montevideo (114th)

114th. The six-foot-five right-hander had a big year for the Thunder Hawks: He made 11 appearances (10 starts) and worked 68 innings. He went 8-1 with a 0.61 ERA and a 100-to-15 strikeout-to-walk ratio. His bullpen at the Preseason All-State had him maxing out at 83 MPH, but his effective velocity was a few clicks higher at 85, thanks to a long stride down the mound. 

+ Drew Dillon | OF | Blake (48th)

Dillon's toolbox checks a lot of boxes. He's a 6.9 runner, throws mid-80s from the outfield, and has a solid left-handed swing with strong bat-to-ball skills. As the leadoff hitter for the Bears, Dillon posted a .447/.552/,660 line with six extra base hits, 22 runs scored, and stole ten bases. 

+ Patrick Binnebose | RHP/IF | Rockford (32nd)

Rockford is rich with arms, and Binnebose has been on Trackman throwing in the upper 80s (88.3 this spring). He's got a high ¾ release and gives hitters a very downhill look, a tough angle to get on plane with. The breaking ball has sweeperish tendencies (over 13 inches of horizontal movement), while the change has another 14 inches of movement in the other direction. 

And he can hit a little bit, too. He's the Rockets' leadoff hitter and has at least one hit in the last seven games. 

+ Sam Haugen | OF/RHP | Esko (19th)

Haugen's overall abilities make him a legitimate two-way potential in college. He is in the top 10 of uncommitted players in this class.

Class 3A

+ Kellen Westphal | OF/RHP | Totino Grace (Unranked)

Technically not ranked in the 2025s, Westphal significantly contributed to the Eagles lineup this year. He was the team's primary leadoff hitter and center fielder, posting a .333/.405/.427 line in 23 games. He also started on the mound in 8 games, leading the team with 33.1 innings with a 1.89 ERA and a 34-to-18 strikeout-to-walk ratio. 

+ Jac Wright | RHP/1B | St. Thomas Academy (74th)

Big-bodied right-handed with a lot of ride on the fastball that sits 84-85 and has a legitimate cutter in the low-to-mid 80s with 2,400 spins. 

+ Abu Kalokoh | RHP | Benilde-St. Margaret's (56th)

Kalokoh's first Prep Baseball event opened plenty of eyes to his arm. With a strong lower half, the right-hander quickly moved down the hill, running his fastball up to 87.5. He whipped out a slider with late frisbee movement, and he threw upwards of 79 MPH.

In relief work for the Red Knights, Kalokoh threw 9.2 innings with a solid 15-to-6 strikeout-to-walk ratio.

+ Carter Gwost | LHP | Little Falls (51st)

Athletic mover down the mound in the low-to-mid 80s a year ago at the Top Prospect Games. 

+ Seth Thompson | SS/RHP | Northfield (16th)

Six-foot-two with an athletic build, Thompson put up big numbers at the Preseason All-State, showing off the upper nineties exit velo (99.2 max), a big league arm (89 across the diamond), and then hopped on the mound and threw 86-88 mile per hour heavy fastballs. 

To give you some context on how that all plays together: In the Raiders' victory over Stewartville to send them to the state tournament, Thompson went 6.2 innings, allowing just three hits and two runs and striking out 11. He also went 2-for-3 with a double hitting out of the cleanup spot. 

He's currently the sixth-ranked uncommitted prospect from that class and likely won't be for long. 

Class 4A

+ Marshall Gordon | C | Farmington (90th)

Gordon has a short-to-it, long-through-it swing that has quality bat-to-ball skills (he had a .361 average and just 8 strikeouts in 61 at bats). While he didn't have much power, the Tigers trusted him enough to put the ball in play and drive in runs out of the four-hole – which he did, leading the team with 22 RBI. 

+ Isaac Beseman | SS | Mounds View (86th)

Beseman has some developing physicality to him, enough for the Mustangs to hit him cleanup for the majority of the season. 

+ Jack Butterworth | RHP | Minnetonka (26th)

Butterworth was the Skippers' starter at Baseball Day Minnesota this year, and the right-hander threw quality innings against the top-ranked team in the state. He's got heavy run on an upper 80s fastball and a solid slider to pair with it. 

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