Updated Oklahoma 2020 Class Rankings

Andy Urban
Oklahoma Scouting Director

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In the three-plus months since the last 2020 rankings update, this talented crop of sophomores has maintained its steady growth, and continues to be regarded as one of the best groups in the country. Though already stacked with talent, the group was given another boost by the emergence of RHP Carson Atwood (Silo HS), a physical, right-handed pitcher who has been up to 90 mph with advanced secondary stuff. The list now features 110 of the top 2020 players in the state. Below, check out some of the top prospects, risers, and newcomers:

The Top Prospects

Maintaining the top spot in the Oklahoma rankings, and currently the No.2 in the PBR Overall rankings, is RHP/OF Nate Wohlgemuth (Owasso HS, OK). The uncommitted Wohlgemuth is barrel chested and thick legged with strength throughout his 5-foot-11, 200-pound frame. He has an up-tempo, athletic delivery on the mound with a fast arm and strong leg drive. His fastball sits 89-93 mph with occasional run, touching 95. He possesses a plus changeup with fade and sink at 80-82 that he throws with confidence in any count. His breaking ball has slurvy shape with depth at 72-75. Wohlgemuth stands out not only for his velo, but his high-end pitchability as well, which he showed off at the PBR Future Games, retiring all six batters he faced, five by strikeout. Offensively, his athleticism shows through as well with a 91 mph exit velo and a 6.72 laser timed 60. Defensively, he shows athletic actions and excellent arm strength, throwing 95 mph from the outfield.

Remaining in the No. 2 slot is LHP Dax Fulton (Mustang HS, OK). The Vanderbilt recruit has a 6-foot-6, 205-pound frame that is seemingly still growing. Fulton shows off an impressive three-pitch mix, all thrown to both sides of the plate. His fastball sits 84-87 mph with downhill tilt and occasional cut. The curveball is arguably one of the best breaking balls in the overall 2020 class at 73-79 mph with 1/7 shape and late depth to go along with tight spin. The changeup has late fade and sink at 73-75 mph. Don’t be surprised to see Fulton playing some 1B this spring as well, as he is athletic around the bag and has a knack for barreling up baseballs.  

Holding on to the No. 3 spot is Oklahoma State recruit RHP Trevor Martin (Asher HS, OK). Martin, also physically impressive, stands 6-foot-4, 195 pounds with strength throughout. The small school standout shows off a fastball that ranged 85-89 with downhill tilt and and some arm-side run. He also shows a slider ranging 72-76 with 11/5-10/4 shape with late depth and tight spin. The changeup is effective as well at 76-79 with arm-side run. The athletic right-hander looks to have more in the tank, and the velo could easily continue to rise.

The Risers

Over the last three and half months, a few players have shown impressive growth and have shot up the list. Below are a few of them.

Titan Stephens, OF/RHP, Enid HS
A physically advanced 6-foot-2, 210-pound frame packed with strength. Stephens showed elite arm strength on the mound last fall before going down with an injury. This year he will likely be healthy enough to swing it early on for the Plainsmen and could make a return to the mound late. Stephens has show big pop with high-end arm strength and well above average speed in the outfield as well.

Cole Hill, SS/RHP, Rejoice Christian School
A strong and quick twitch 5-foot-7, 145-pound frame. Hill has rose five spots in the rankings due to a continued increase in his measurables. His 60 time has lowered to a 6.76 and his arm strength is up to 83 from the mound and across the diamond.  

Nolan Burrage, RHP/SS, Atoka HS
Burrage shows a projectible 6-foot-2, 155-pound frame with plenty of room to add size and strength. The two-way athlete is up nine spots after showing an athletic delivery with a loose are and some arm strength at the OK Fall Top Prospects Games, sitting 77-79 mph with the fastball and pumping strikes.  

The Newcomers

The PBR Oklahoma staff is always out on the lookout for talented players across the state, and we pride ourselves on constantly evaluating and discovering new players. Below are two new players that made impacts during the fall:

Carson Atwood, RHP/3B, Silo HS
Atwood is physically advanced with a 6-foot, 190-pound durable frame and strength throughout. We first saw the young right-hander get on the mound in the fall class A & B state playoffs where he sat 84-86 mph, but just weeks later Atwood sat 87-89 and touched 90 at the OK Fall Top Prospects Games, also showing a sharp slider at 77-79 mph that could become a plus pitch in the future. The right handed hitter shows advanced pull pop and high-end arm strength across the diamond from third base at 85 mph.

Landry Kyle, RHP/SS, Heritage Hall
Kyle has a long, loose, and projectable 6-foot-1, 145-pound frame. Though still getting a feel for his rapidly developing body, Kyle is a prospect to dream on as he is long frame a quickly improving skill set.

Click Here to see the complete list of the top 110 players in Oklahoma’s 2020 class. Below is a look at the top 10.

1 Nate Wohlgemuth OK Owasso 2020 RHP  
2 Dax Fulton OK Mustang 2020 LHP Vanderbilt
3 Trevor Martin OK Asher 2020 RHP Oklahoma State
4 Cade Horton OK Norman 2020 SS Mississippi
5 Jace Bohrofen OK Westmoore 2020 OF  
6 Carson Atwood OK Silo 2020 RHP  
7 Dominic Johnson OK Edmond Santa Fe 2020 OF Oklahoma State
8 Cooper Harris OK Choctaw 2020 C  
9 Jon Bay OK Shattuck 2020 3B  
10 Jaxon Wiggins OK Roland 2020 RHP Arkansas