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VA/DC 2025 Rankings Update: Top 200

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Today we unveil our full Top 200 for the VA/DC 2025 class. Throughout the week we have highlighted some new faces, some risers, and much more. Below are a few more players that have seen some movement in the Top 200.

Xavier Doon makes his first appearance in the VA/DC 2025 rankings. Doon made an impact at the Mid-Atlantic State Games just a few weeks back. Bouncy athlete, solid defender in the middle, and contact bat with the ability to hit for high average. Thin and lanky frame with room to fill and should continue to develop. 

Another new face is a recent reclass, Phoenix Williams. The St. John's sophomore outfielder and left handed arm had some standout performances in front of our staff this summer and into the fall. Left handed bat and left handed arm that has a chance to impact a game in both spots. Short and quick to contact, level path, and doubles power. On the mound he is not an overpowering arm, working in the 78-81 range when we have seen him, but competes in the zone and attacks hitters with a three pitch mix. 

Another mover in the rankings is Briar Woods infielder, Max Lawson. Lawson climbs over fifteen spots and is one of the highest ranked uncommitted infielders in the state. Athletic, sneaky juice in the bat, and hands work in the infield. Lawson plays with a quiet confidence in how he moves and handles himself on the field. 

 Complete Top 200 Rankings