2025 Class Rankings Update: Spring Edition

Scott Hood
OK/MO/KS/ARK Assistant Scouting Director

After a full spring season and before we head into the summer schedule, we take a look at the updated 2025 rankings in Oklahoma.  This class is shaping up to be on the more projectable classes with prospects showing elite athleticism as well as plenty of productivity already in their young high school careers.  With the changing of the recruiting rules, this class still has plenty of available prospects that will be sure to catch a ton of heat from schools at the next level come August, and plenty of players that will be worth catching this summer.






1 Ethan Holliday OK Stillwater 2025 SS Oklahoma State
2 Cash Williams OK Choctaw 2025 C  
3 Carson Brumbaugh OK Santa Fe 2025 SS  
4 Cole Leach OK Hilldale 2025 SS Arkansas
5 Eli Ramirez OK Duncan 2025 SS  
6 Brady McAdoo OK Tuttle 2025 SS  
7 Beckett Robinson OK Tahlequah 2025 OF  
8 Darren Ledford OK Oktaha 2025 C  
9 Bryce Tapley OK Bethel 2025 OF  
10 Brian Justice OK Bixby 2025 SS




Beckett Robinson OF / Tahlequah, OK / 2025

Robinson sees his stock rise to number 7 on the list showing one of the higher ceilings amongst the 2025 grads in the state.  Robinson is one of the better overall athletes with high-end speed to go along with strong bat speed and strength at contact.  Robinson is only starting to scratch the surface on his abilities on the baseball diamond and will be one to keep an eye on this summer.


Brian Justice SS / RHP / Bixby, OK / 2025

Justice sees himself enter the top 10 after a strong spring on both sides of the ball for the 6A State Champion Spartans.  Justice showed himself as one of the top defenders at short with smooth actions and sneaky athleticism.  The mound is where Justice might have the higher ceiling with a strong feel for three pitches and excellent command.  It is still early in his career, but Justice's impact on both sides of the ball makes him a must-watch heading into the summer.




Rhett Winchester OF / Edmond Memorial, OK / 2025

Winchester sees his stock rise 6 spots to number 13 on the list after adding some physicality to his game this spring.  Winchester came on late for the Bulldogs as an athletic freshman and is now starting to show more power in his game and having impact bat potential.  Winchester has shown himself to be an elite defender with strong range and as he continues to add strength, he should see himself rise up some recruiting boards in the future.



Conner Chambers RHP / 3B / Bishop McGuinness, OK / 2025

Chambers is the biggest riser in this update moving up 55 spots to number 18 on the list.  Standing at 6-foot-6 and 210-pounds, Chambers has continued to improve especially on the mound where he is seeing the fastball work up into the upper 80's and showing feel for the slider.  If Chambers continues to stay on this trajectory, he has potential to be one of the top power arms in the state with a very high ceiling.



Noah Entrekin LHP / 1B / Edmond Memorial , OK / 2025

Entrekin enters the rankings for the first time landing at number 21 on the list for his debut.  Entrekin is a projectable left-hander that showed strong pitchability in the preseason before seeing another velocity jump later in the spring.  At 6-foot-3 and 175 pounds, Entrekin has plenty of room to add strength to his lean and projectable frame and should be a must-follow heading into the summer.



Marcos Sallee RHP / SS / Claremore, OK / 2025

Sallee sees a 32 spot rise in this update as one of the more toolsy players in the class.  Sallee works the fastball in the mid 80's and shows feel for three pitches including a hard mid 70's curveball with strong shape and action.  Defensively he has enough arm strength to remain on the left side of the infield in the future and shows good strength at contact from the right side of the plate.



Easton Green OF / LHP / Tuttle, OK / 2025

Green makes his debut in the 2025 rankings checking in at number 28 overall after a strong spring for the 4A State Champion Tigers.  Green shows strong projectability on both sides of the ball with the fastball working in the mid 80's and showing a feel for spinning the breaking ball from the left side.  Offensively, he has a nice flat stroke with good extension showing the ability to drive the ball all over the yard.  



Tycen Armour OF / RHP / Bishop Kelley, OK / 2025

Armour sees a big jump in the rankings in this update jumping 60 spots to number 40 on the list.  Armour has shown the ability to work the fastball in the mid 80's with strong spin and riding life through the zone as well as feel for shaping a low 70's slider.  Armour has strong athleticism that carries over to the mound and it would not be shocking to see him make big velocity jumps in the future.