2025 Rankings Story


Kevin Moulder
Missouri Scouting Director

 

 

 

Missouri's 2025 class is off to a strong start despite having just stepped foot on to their respective high school campuses.  During the Junior Future Games team Missouri's 2025 class performed strongly the past two summers winning pool play back to back yeras, this summer starting 4-0 before falling to team Texas in a hard fought one run battle. College coaches have also taken notice in the states top young talent as the state boast five early commitments to power 5 programs. Much will be learned about this class in the coming years but without question it is off to a strong start. Below is a look at some of the standout performers as well as our current top 25 2025's.

 

The #1

Ty Thompson SS / RHP / Rock Bridge, MO / 2025

The states top ranked '25 made a name for himself on the national scene at the Junior Future Games this summer as a standout player on a team full of standouts. A well rounded talent Thompson has a strong throwing arm across the diamond and is an elite defender at SS. Offensively he has the ability to drive the ball to all fields and is a 6.57 runner.

Commitment: Tennessee

 

The Committed

 

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Gavin Richars RHP / SS / Vianney, MO / 2025

 A physical arm with one of the best fastballs in the class. Richars can run his fastball consistently into the upper 80's and a power slider that is rare of the age to go with it. 

 

Commitment: Oklahoma

Ryker Benz 3B / RHP / Vianney, MO / 2025

A highend offensive talent, who shows well above average bat speed and an on plane swing path and the ability to consistenly barrel baseballs with a line drive approach. Defensively he has sure hands and an above average throwing arm from third base.

 

Commitment: Oklahoma

Trey Jozwiakowski 3B / RHP / St. John Vianney, MO / 2025

An impact bat with the ability to drive the ball with power (92 TrackMan exit velocity) Jozwiakowski has quick hands and an aggressive level swing that produces consistent loud contact. Defensively he shows plenty of arm stregnth to play the left side of the infield. Was one of the more consistent impact bats at the Junior Future Games for team Missouri this past summer.

 

 

Commitment: Missouri

Mason Schirmer 1B / LHP / Festus, MO / 2025

A two-way left/left talent has a strong upward swing, prodcung hard hit line drives and fly balls from centerfield to rightfield. Shows good mobility around the bag at first defensivley. On the mound his fastball shows good life with arm side run out of a clean fluid short arm action. Also featuring a changeup that shows good depth and some fade and a slider.

 

Commitment: Missouri

 

 

Names to know

Evan Damario C / RHP / Rockhurst, MO / 2025

A talented all around catcher. Damario has a strong throwing arm and can deliver sub 2.0 pop times and shows soft hands and strong blocking abilities. Offensively he has the ability to drive the ball with authority to the pull side. Damario was one of the top performers at the Junior Future Games this past summer creating an impact both defensively and offensively for team Missouri.

 

  

Adam Kilburn RHP / 3B / Oakville , MO / 2025

An athletic right hander with a 3/4 arm slot and a quick arm. Kilburn has a live fastball that tops out at 84 mph and is a high spin rate guy at 2450+ rpm. His top secondary offering is a sharp 12/6 curveball thrown with good hand speed and is a swing and miss type pitch.

 

Leo Humbert OF / LHP / Francis Howell , MO / 2025

An athletic well rounded two-way talent that bats right and throws left. Offensively he displays plus bat speed and a consistent middle of the field approach, the ball jumps off the barrel producing exit velocities as high as 94 mph and is a 7.2 runner. On the mound the lefty features an over the top short arm action with a fastball sitting in the low 80's and a curveball/change up combination.

 

Carson Ramos C / Timberland, MO / 2025

A strong armed catcher with a quick exchange that can produce sub 2.0 pop times. Ramos shows sure hands and the ability to be a highend catcher.  Offensively he shows some bat speed and stregnth in the swing producing upper 80's TrackMan exit velocity during BP.

 

 

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