Updated Class of 2024 Player Rankings (May)

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Updated Class of 2024 Player Rankings (May)

The 2024 class in New England is loaded with talent. Numerous players are off the board already but many still are left to be seen and evaluated. This spring and into the summer is a crucial time for this up and coming class. We look forward to see them progress.

Below we will take a look at “Who's At The Top”, "The Risers", "The Newcomers", "Who To See This Spring" and "Top Uncommitted By Position".

Covering six states, New England is a prime area for legit baseball talent and now we would like to bring to you the 2024 Player Rankings.

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Who's At The Top?

  • Gabriel Tirado, left-handed hitting catcher. The bat is the major tool that sticks out. The catch and throw is simple, and on the bag. Headed to UConn.
  • Michael Yeager, right-hander headed to UVA, legit stuff on the bump.
  • Ryan Puglisi, right-handed arm who is headed to Georgia to play QB.
  • Matthew Conte, right-handed hitting catcher who continues to advance his game. Shows life in the bat and good catch and throw skills behind the dish. Headed to Wake Forest.
  • Cesar Gonzalez, outstanding catch and throw skill set, touched 90 on the bump and swung the bat well. He is headed to Boston College.
  • Thomas Conley, LHP out of Immaculate, headed to St. John, great arm, up to 92 mph, with a good slider, potential draft pick.


  • John Mass, super talented left-handed hitting outfielder and right-handed pitcher. Showed super well at the ProCase.
  • Hunter Hoxie, quick armed left-handed pitcher that is headed to Rutgers.
  • Fletcher Waterman, excellent catching prospect who continues to up his game.  Connor Lane, catching prospect with a high ceiling.
  • Jake Hajdu, slick fielding right-handed hitting shortstop with excellent ball to bat skills.
  • Nico Tambascia, quick armed right-hander who is up to 90.
  • Jake Haarde, good looking offensive player.
  • Kacin Robinson, attended two events this winter, continues to rise,  super athletic, strength all around, plus runner.
  • Colin Crowley, A left-handed hitter, super smooth in the box, easy flow to the game, very athletic.

The NewcomERS

  • Cole Silvia, outstanding infield prospect, headed to Pepperdine.
  • Drew Curto, skilled infielder who showed well with the bat.
  • Michael Davide, right-handed hitting catcher. Showed well at a recent event.
  • Cole Bohane, right-handed hitting corner infielder with a bright future.
  • Cameron Cabral, thick and durable right-hander. Shows good arm speed.
  • Jack Jensen, RHP, electric arm, late action on all pitches.
  • Chase Beloin, RHH, major juice to all fields.
  • Ali Hood, RHP, long and loose, upper 80’s.

Who TO See This Spring

Lets just make mention of a couple players, whom are uncommitted, and you should check out this spring?

  • Griffin Schutte, is a big right-handed hitter from the River Schools.
  • Jack Byrne, is a left-handed hitting utility player with excellent bat to ball skills.
  • Alex Benevento, is a right-handed hitting outfielder, who runs.
  • Fletcher Waterman, Deerfield Academy, is an excellent player.
  • Brian Olson, is an athletic left-handed hitting outfielder. He is big and the skill set should blow up in the next couple years.
  • Joseph Zamejtis, left-handed arm from the Winchendon School.
  • Austin Campbell, left-handed arm from Franklin. Guy to definitely see. Will Cooke is a left-handed hitting middle infielder, I like the bat.
  • Lukas Sharrock and Damien Carter are two arms I think are worth seeing. Sharrock can spin it and Carter has serious arm speed. 
  • James Fagnant, is a good player, with solid ball to bat skills.
  • Brett Mulligan, is an interesting undersized right-hander with good spin.
  • Andrew Rondini, velocity has jumped, upper 80’s with advanced feel for pitching.
  • Carson Swain, showed electric stuff, pounded the zone, heavy strike thrower.
  • Nikolas Christon, RHP of Westhill, fast quick arm, with a power slider.
  • Paul Carangelo, RHH/C from East Haven, big time sleeper, can play at any level, smaller, tough as nails.


New England Class of 2024 Rankings

Rank   Name State School Class Pos Commitment
1   Gabriel Tirado CT The Loomis Chaffee 2024 C Connecticut
2 Mavrick Rizy MA Worcester Academy 2024 RHP Connecticut
3 Matthew Conte MA Dexter Southfield 2024 C Wake Forest
4   Michael Yeager CT Brunswick School 2024 3B Virginia
5 Cesar Gonzalez MA Springfield Commonwealth academy 2024 C Boston College
6   Anthony Ruggiero MA Nipmuc Regional 2024 OF Northeastern
Jayden Novak CT Cheshire Academy 2024 C College of Charleston
8 Cole Silvia CT Canterbury 2024 SS Pepperdine
9 Hunter Hoxie CT Jonathan Law 2024 LHP Rutgers
10 Thomas Conley CT Immaculate 2024 LHP St. John's

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