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Updated Class of 2026 Player Rankings (May)

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Updated Class of 2026 Player Rankings (May)

We ring in the summer campaign with an update of the 2026 class in New England. Although still relatively young, there is an abundance of talent in the region. The region has arms and hitters are all over it. It is a good time to catch a summer game and see how much these young players are developing. We can’t wait to see how it plays out.

Below we will take a look at the “Cream of the Crop”, "Up and Comers", and "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 2026 Player Rankings.

Cream of the Crop

  • Brody Bumila, the number 1 ranked player in the New England, he is still uncommitted. He is one of the best young arms in the country, up to 94 from the left side.
  • Quincy Bright, quick armed and electric left-hander. The second ranked player is committed to Mississippi State.  
  • Bryce Hill, lanky and long right-hander headed to Stanford, has a chance to be super special as it is easy for him.  
  • Bradley McCafferty, athletic and versatile young right-handed hitting catcher, is committed to Duke.
  • Morrie Fried, big and physical right-handed banger, guy to keep an eye out for.
  • Logan Martel, projectable left-handed hitting catcher, with a ton of potential, rounds out the top 6 players in New England. 

Up and Comers

  • James Rabuse, right-handed arm and hitter. He is a legit two-way prospect. He should garner a ton of attention this spring and summer.  
  • Lowell Golub, outstanding looking young right-hander. The arm is free and clean, and shows signs of a plus spin pitch.
  • Mac Bianchi, athletic left-handed hitting middle infielder. Should be a really good player with strength
  • Owen Widger, left-handed hitting corner infielder with serious buggy whip in the barrel.
  • Andrew Wong, a right-handed pitcher, has had a breakout high school season, long and loose, upper 80’s heater.  
  • Robbie Van Scoy, a right-handed hitting catcher, can really catch and throw.

The Sleepers

  • Nolan Plourde, right-hander with leverage and a clean arm. Good guy to watch progress as he makes his way into the summer.  
  • Rohan Inamdar, relatively unknown left-hander. There is effort in the delivery but the stuff plays.  
  • Logan Our, athletic left-handed hitting outfielder with a frame that should fill out nicely.  
  • Trevor Schuelke, good looking young prospect on the bump. 
  • Chase Edgar, right-handed with plus potential on the mound.
  • Camden Ogden, a right-handed pitcher, has thrown well this spring, pounding the zone with a solid two-pitch mix, fastball 88-90 mph.
  • Left-handed pitcher, Ryan Lavendar of Berlin, started to figure it, low to mid 80’s fastball, with heavy action to it.

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