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Updated Class of 2026 Player Rankings (September)

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Updated Class of 2026 Player Rankings (September)

The 2026 recruiting class is loaded with talented players. We have seen a number of 2026 graduates and expect to see a bunch more as we roll into the winter and spring.

Below we will take a look at “Who's At The Top”, "The Newcomers", and "Players To Keep An Eye On", 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 2026 Player Rankings.


The class of 2026 is loaded in the New England region, as we see higher level prospects pop up all the time. We can’t wait to see how their development all plays out.

  • Quincy Bright is the number one ranked prospect. He is a top flight left-handed arm. Already the top ranked prospect with the best yet to come.
  • Bryce Hill comes in at number two. Right-handed with long arms and a ton of potential.
  • Bradley McCafferty showcases excellent catch and throw skills as the third ranked prospect.
  • James Gibbons is a high level right-hander with a bright future.
  • Teddy Stephenson is an ultra athletic middle infielder.
  • Morrie Fried rounds out the top six as a big and strong right-handed hitting corner infielder.

The Newcomers

  • Logan Our, left-handed hitting outfielder with a plus skill set.
  • Lowell Golub, plus arm speed and projection on the mound.
  • Brady Chenevert, left-hander with an advanced secondary pitch.
  • Sladen Johnson, good looking prospect with the bat.
  • Brody Beale, excellent prospect, left-handed hitting middle infielder.
  • Robby Van Scoy, super polished behind the dish, with serious arm strength.
  • Brandon Venditto, a right-handed pitcher, plus command and shows some velocity.
  • Andrew Wong, a right-handed pitcher, long and loose with tons of projection.

Players To Keep An Eye On

  • James Rabuse, legit two way prospect, future is bright.
  • Andrew Wong, long and lean right-hander with a good feel for pitching.
  • Caleb Racicot, big and lean right-handed pitcher, up to 83.
  • Trevor Schuelke, quick armed right-hander with a plus spin pitch.
  • Luca Stavrevski, left-hander with the makings of a plus breaking ball.
  • Brandon Gomes, athletic and a good feel for hitting.
  • Logan Martel, legit catching prospect. Swings the bat from the left side.
  • Nolan Plourde, projectable right-handed pitcher with a bright future.
  • Ryan Lavender, a left-handed pitcher, throws a heavy ball, interesting.
  • Rocco Demaio, left-handed hitter, plays the game very fast and is fearless.


New England Class of 2026 Rankings


Name State School Class Pos Commitment
1   Quincy Bright CT Salisbury 2026 OF Mississippi State
2 Bryce Hill CT Greenwich Country Day School 2026 RHP Stanford
3   Bradley McCafferty MA Austin Prep 2026 C Duke
James Gibbons MA Roxbury Latin 2026 RHP
5 Teddy Stephenson ME Bangor 2026 SS
6 Morrie Fried MA Pittsfield 2026 3B
7 Logan Martel CT Canterbury School 2026 C
8 James Rabuse MA Wahconah 2026 OF
9   Jack Murray MA Noble and Greenough 2026 SS
10 Lowell Golub MA Berkshire School 2026 RHP

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