Prep Baseball Report

2026 Class Rankings Update: Fall Edition

Scott Hood
State Director

As we wrap up the fall and start to head into winter workouts in preparation for the spring season we take a look at the updated rankings for the 2026 class.  We dive deeper into the Top 10 as well as a look at a couple of risers and newcomers to the list.  The rankings also expanded up to 125 players in the class and will continue to expand in the future as guys start to make their names for themselves in the spring.  The 2026 class has a strong mix of high upside prospects to follow and a bunch of guys on the cusp of breaking out with a little more added strength and experience in the coming years.  This list will continue to evolve as we gather more looks at each prospect especially as they start to gain more responsibilities in their high school programs this spring.




1 Eli Willits OK Fort-Cobb Broxton 2026 SS Oklahoma
2 Easton Webb OK Charles Page 2026 RHP Oklahoma State
3 HUNTER WATSON OK Tuttle 2026 C Oklahoma
4 Hudson Morgan OK Marlow 2026 SS Oklahoma State
5 Cooper Kardokus OK Edmond Memorial 2026 SS
6 Ritson Meyer OK Elgin 2026 OF
7 Savion Sims OK Edmond Santa Fe 2026 RHP Oklahoma
8 Kooper Ranallo OK OWASSO HS 2026 LHP
9 Kaden Dean OK Preston 2026 LHP
10 EASTON ROBY OK Okarche 2026 SS

Eli Willits SS / 2B / Fort-Cobb Broxton, OK / 2026

Willits maintains his spot at the top of the list after another impressive fall season for Fort Cobb-Broxton.  The switch hitting OU commit has shown equal production from both sides of the plate and the abililty to work the ball to all fields with extra base pop.  Willits has high-end athleticism that translates all over the basepaths but most especially in the field where he can cover a ton of ground up the middle with elite actions and rhythm.  



Easton Webb RHP / RHP / Charles Page, OK / 2026

Webb maintains his spot at number 2 on this list as he is arguably the most projectable arm in the class.  Already working the fastball into the low 90's, the 6-foot-4 and 200-pound OSU commit has one of the cleaner deliveries in the class and is starting to learn how to attack hitters more efficiently.  After gaining a ton of valuable experience pitching in the post season last spring, look for Webb to continue to make big jumps on the mound in not only stuff but also in his pitchability.



HUNTER WATSON C / 3B / Tuttle, OK / 2026

Watson stays at number 3 in this update as one of the more premium potential power arms in the class.  The OU commits fastball routinely sits in the upper 80's and touches the low 90's with explosive hand speed and ball jumping out of the hand easy.  Watson will pair the fastball with a tight spinning slider with late depth and arguably his best pitch being his changeup with elite fade and strong sell out of the hand.  



Hudson Morgan SS / RHP / Marlow, OK / 2026

Morgan checks in at number 4 on the list with showing upside on both sides of the ball.  At the plate, the OSU commit has one of the higher ceilings with the bat in his hand and shows some of the best power potential in the class.  While the bat is a little further along than his work on the mound, Morgan has some raw talent that when put together can collect a ton of swing and miss.  Morgan checks a lot of the physicality boxes and should be a fun follow over the coming years.



Cooper Kardokus SS / RHP / Edmond Memorial, OK / 2026

Kardokus maintains his spot at number 5 on the list as one of the more well-rounded prospects in the class.  The switch hitter more than held his own at the Future Games showing pop from both sides of the plate and strong defensive actions in the infield.  Kardokus' strength as a prospect comes from his ability to play all facets of the game at a high level with a unique self-confidence that translates into big time production.



Ritson Meyer OF / SS / Elgin, OK / 2026

Meyer stands at number 6 on this ranking as one of the more physical players in the class with the bat.  The 6-foot 200-pound outfielder has advanced strength in the hands that translates to consitent hard contact all over the field.  While his bat is his carrying tool, Meyer can cover a ton of ground out in the outfield with above average foot speed and an advanced feel for routes in tracking balls down.



Savion Sims RHP / Edmond Santa Fe, OK / 2026

Sims checks in at number 7 in this update as one of the higher ceiling prospects in the class.  The OU commit stands at a lanky 6-foot-6 and 180 pounds and has one of the more explosive fastballs in the class working consistently into the upper 80's and touching the low 90's at times.  Don't be surprised to see Sims continue to see rises in his stock in the near future as he continues to add strength and gaining more experience on the mound.



Kooper Ranallo LHP / OF / OWASSO HS, OK / 2026

Ranallo makes his debut to the 2026 rankings at number 8 on the list as one of the better overall athletes in the class.  On the mound the left-hander has complete control over his delivery with balls jumping out of the hand at ease in the mid to upper 80's with a strong mix and advanced sommand of the zone.  Offensively, the switch hitter shows equal production from both sides of the plate and strong defensive skills in the outfield thanks to his high-end speed allowing him to cover a ton of ground.



Kaden Dean LHP / OF / Preston, OK / 2026

Dean sees his stock rise to number 9 on the list as one of the tougher left-handed arms in the class.  Working the fastball in the mid 80's and touching 88 in a recent outing in the fall, Dean pairs the fastball with one of the better breaking balls in the class with heavy action and big swing and miss potential.  Dean still has plenty of room to add strength and with his athleticism it would not be shocking to see him make another big jump in the near future.



EASTON ROBY SS / RHP / Okarche, OK / 2026

The 2-way from Okarche claims number 10 on this list as one of the higher producing bats from the left side in the class.  Roby has strong bat speed and a feel for the barrel in the zone making him one of the tougher outs in the class and shows strong defensive actions that play up in the middle of the diamond.  He also offers some upside on the mound where he pounds the fastball in the mid 80's with strong attack and feel for a three pitch mix.  




Asher Fowler OF / 1B / Tulsa Union, OK / 2026

Fowler sees a jump in the rankings to number 18 on the list as one of the top table-setters in the class.  The left-handed hitting outfielder has some sneaky pop out of the barrel that plays with his above average run tool to create a ton of extra base opportunities.  Fowler plays with a ton of confidence that shows up in the box and should be primed for a more prominent role this spring.



Chris Zaferes OF / OWASSO HS, OK / 2026

Zaferes enters the rankings for the first time at number 20 in this update.  The right-handed hitting outfielder has big time strength in the hands thanks to a strong use of the lower half and a simple approach with hands working directly to the ball.  His simple rhythm and quick hands allow him to see the ball deeper into the zone and create strong extension at the plate.



Tyler Robinson SS / OF / Edmond Memorial , OK / 2026

Robinson sees his stock rise after strong showing at the Fall Underclass games rising 19 spots to number 36 on the list.  Robinson has strong speed runing a laser timed 6.8 and showing quick hands at the plate to generate some sneaky pop out of his athletic frame.  Robinson has plenty of room to continue to add strength and should be one to continue to follow over the coming years.



Cody Young SS / OF / Union, OK / 2026

Young impressed in multiple looks at him this fall starting with his impressive defensive abilities in games at Creekside in Kansas City.  Young has high end range at short with smooth actions that allow him to make even plus plays look easy.  Young has strong balance at the plate as a switch hitter with a feel for the barrel in the zone.