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Updated Class of 2025 Player Rankings (August)

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Updated Class of 2025 Player Rankings (August)

The 2025 recruiting class is loaded with talented players. This summer has been unlike any other summer we have been through but the 2025 class showed out. We have seen a number of 2025 graduates and expect to see a bunch more as we roll into the fall.

Below we will take a look at “Who's At The Top”, "The Risers", "The Sleepers" 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 2025 Player Rankings.

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  • Matthew McDowell, potential 2-way player, committed to UConn. He sits in our top spot.
  • Grant McCubrey is the second rank prospect, he is committed to Vanderbilt.
  • John Paone, the Duke commit sits 3rd in out rankings and has a huge upside on the bump
  • Logan Charboneau, just back to the New England region, Logan sits 4th in our rankings. He just showed out in the New England All Star Game.
  • Wyatt Nadeau rounds out our top 5, as he is committed to Vanderbilt.


  • Jackson Morse, athletic shortstop who showed well at the Future Games. I love the makeup and feel for the game.
  • Scott Longo is a left-hander who just committed to Northeastern. He threw the ball extremely well at Lakepoint.
  • Cole Raymond, hard throwing right-hander from the state of Connecticut. He showed very well at LakePoint.
  • Robert Brown III, right-hander out of Massachusetts was just named MVP of the New England All Star Game after an outstanding outing.
  • Langdon Hazen, right-hander committed to Xavier continues to impress and gain traction on the bump.
  • Dantati Fronduto, left-handed hitting outfielder,  has a ton of potential at the plate.
  • Logan Rembish, continues to climb as a RHP.

THE Newcomers

  • Logan Charboneau, big time power, he’s committed to Connecticut.
  • Gian Gamelli, left-hander with an above average skill set, he is committed to Notre Dame
  • Kade Marcantonio,skilled right-handed hitting corner infielder and right-handed pitcher. Good looking player.
  • Max Andrews, left-handed hitting corner infielder with a ton of potential.
  • Dan Margolies, left-hander coming off an injury, going to be a good one.
  • Tyler Stone, a right-hander, showed extremely well at the future games, upper 80’s heater, with a slider.
  • Ryan Paine from CT, can defend at an elite level.


New England Class of 2025 Rankings

Name State School Class Pos Commitment
1 Matthew McDowell CT Brookfield 2025 SS Connecticut
2 Grant McCubrey NH Nashua South 2025 RHP Vanderbilt
3 John Paone MA Lawrence Academy 2025 RHP Duke
4 Logan Charboneau CT Hamden Hall 2025 1B Connecticut
5 Wyatt Nadeau ME Gorham 2025 RHP Vanderbilt
William Bentley MA The Rivers School 2025 OF Virginia Tech
7 Bennett Crerar CT Cheshire 2025 SS Princeton
8 Luke Gallo MA Phillips Academy Andover 2025 SS Boston College
Gabriel Malaret MA Dexter Southfield 2025 3B Boston College
10 Gian Gamelli MA Hamilton-Wenham 2025 LHP Notre Dame

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