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Washington 2021 Rankings


Dan Jurik
Scouting Director - Pacific Northwest

Seattle, WA - For the last 6 months, players from across the state have faced immense change to their daily routine. While it’s easy to understand that there are things more important than baseball, it can still be incredibly difficult and frustrating to have the game you love taken away from you for so long. 

Although we missed the drama, excitement and storylines of the high school season, we were given pockets of opportunities to see players throughout the summer. Whether it was local competition or one of our own events, the passion for the game was still there and noticeable each time players had the chance to get between the lines. 

Between this summer and our scouting coverage last year, we’re ready for our next update to the 2021 state rankings. The list grows moderately from 100 to 150 and features a few changes to the top 10. 

We will have our next update and expansion after our Fall and Winter events. 

For upcoming events, click HERE

Now let’s get to the players…

For the full list of 150 prospects, click HERE

Check our our Top 10 preview with updated notes and video

2021 STATE RANKINGS

TOP 10 

#1 Malakhi Knight, OF, Marysville Getchell, Oregon State commit
Knight yet again had an outstanding summer on the national circuit, highlighted by a strong performance at the Area Code Games down at Lake Point, GA. His outfield defense was exceptional and his mature approach continues to show up at the plate while facing premium arms. Cemented himself as one of the top prep prospects in the country.

#2 Max Debiec, RHP, O’Dea, Washington commit
One of the top prep arms in the country with immense upside, Debiec continues to show impressive present stuff while also having projection left on his frame. The long, lanky right hander has been up to 95 mph with his FB on our looks and it’s not unrealistic to think there might be more velocity on the way. 

 

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