Prep Baseball Report

Washington 2026 Rankings: Fall Update

Dan Jurik
Scouting Director - Pacific Northwest

Continuing our Rankings updates today with the stacked 2026 class in Washington. 

After the Fall, the Top 10 remains the same but there are some movers up the list as well as a few new additions. 

For the full list of 85 prospects, click HERE

With the new recruiting rules, the overwhelming majority of this group remains uncommitted and it helps set the stage for a huge slate of preseason as well as upcoming summer events. 

Read more below



Full List - HERE

Christopher Moore stays at #1

Moore has terrific functional athleticism on the diamond with easy movements & body control. On the mound, he features a loose, quick arm path with late intent at release. Commands the FB at 84-86 and has bumped 87. He can shape 2 variations of a breaking ball and there’s sharp, distinct shape to each of them. He doesn’t need the CH often at the HS level but it flashes the makings of a quality 4 pitch. Defensively he’s light on his feet while patrolling the INF with a fluid exchange from glove to hand as he makes the play. Offensively he controls a loose, whippy barrel while staying balanced throughout. Washington commit.” - Dan Jurik - PNW Scouting Director

The rest of the Top 10 stays in tact, highlighted by hard throwing RHPs and dynamic OF prospects who can really swing it. 

For our previous breakdown of each of these prospects, click HERE

Players to watch

‘26 RHP Brady Hallen (Bothell) has the chance to make some noise in 2024 and be a big riser throughout the year. A physical athlete with strength at 6’1, 200 lbs, He controls his body well on the mound and allows the arm to work freely with loose, easy effort. Recent reports have the FB in the 84-86 range with peaks up to 87. Currently comes in at #11 in the latest update. 

‘26 RHP RHP/SS Kealoha Kepoo-Sabate (Meadowdale) impressed this summer with his athleticism and actions at SS. Runs well with fluid strides and speed underway. At the plate he controls the barrel with strong hands/wrists and stays balanced throughout. The arm talent is where he shines the most and his future could end up on the mound. Reports have the velocity creeping into the upper 80s and given how the arm works coupled with his athleticism, it’s easy to envision the pure stuff improving. Ranked 12th. 

‘26 C/RHP Michael Revell (Richland) has an imposing presence at 6’4, 190 lbs with a wide upper half and lean strength throughout his frame. Athletically he can do it all at a high level with a strong combination of size, speed and arm strength. The left-handed power stands out immediately & he generates significant bat speed. In addition, he’s been up to 85 mph on the mound with much more very likely on the way. High level 2-way prospect. Ranked 15th