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Updated Class of 2027 Player Rankings (June)

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Updated Class of 2027 Player Rankings (June)

We ring in the summer campaign with an update of the 2027 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 “Who's At The Top”, "The Risers", and "Athletic Players To Follow", 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 2027 Player Rankings.


The class of 2027 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.

  • Kaiden McCarthy, at the top of the list, the right-hander has a bright future on the bump.
  • Seamus Keller, long and lanky right-handed with more to come.
  • Cameron Castillo, quick armed right-hander out of Vermont, showed well this winter on the mound.
  • Tyler Koski, athletic right-handed hitting middle infielder. Showed versatility and strength with the bat.  
  • Kyle Soule, left-handed hitter with a good feel for hitting. 
  • Will Haggerty, athletic right-handed hitting infielder and pitcher. Has shown well in front of us numerous times. Andre Valentino, plays the game with minimal effort, hits, throws fields.

The Risers

  • Ben Samuels, good looking arm and hitter, good guy to see this summer.
  • Miles Desrosiers, strong and athletic left-handed hitting catcher.
  • Michael Doherty, athletic and projectable left-handed pitcher and hitter.
  • Coby DaGata, huge projection on the mound, as he is big and long.
  • Hunter Finck, quick armed right-hander with more to come.
  • Lucas Sarno, athletic and skilled with the glove. The frame has room to fill. Good guy to see as he progresses.
  • Jack Swanson, a left-handed hitterhad a monster year, played up the middle and swung it well. 

Athletic Players To Follow

  • Chase Semenza, athletic outfielder that can swing it and can run.
  • Max Boehm, athletic corner infielder with strength in the bat.
  • Andrew Scarlett, a left-handed pitcher, mid 80’s fastball with feel.
  • Rylan Flynn, good looking young hitter, good follow as he matures in age.
  • Maddox Hoffman, good looking catcher, can really catch and throw.
  • Declan Ellingwood, a left-handed hitter, who can play all over.
  • Jack-Henry Palazzo, a right-handed pitcher, quick arm, with command.
  • Brady Collins, a right-handed catcher, shows plus tools. 

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