Top Prospects - Washington - 2019

  NAME PRI POS HEIGHT WEIGHT SCHOOL COLLEGE RANK
Corbin CarrollCorbin CarrollOutfield5' 10165Lakeside SchoolUCLA1Brock JonesBrock JonesLH Pitcher6' 1175W.F. West HSUniversity of Washington-Seattle Campus2Joshua MearsJoshua MearsOutfield6' 3230Federal Way HSPurdue University-Main Campus3Nate WeeldreyerNate WeeldreyerRH Pitcher6' 1175Auburn Mountainview HSPurdue University-Main Campus4Henry GargusHenry GargusFirst Baseman6' 1210A.C. Davis HSStanford University5Jay DunbarJay DunbarRH Pitcher6' 0175Ballard HSUniversity of California-Santa Barbara6Cole HinkelmanCole HinkelmanOutfield6' 4215Skyline HSStanford University7Carter YoungCarter YoungInfield6' 0160Selah HSVanderbilt8Owen CobbOwen CobbShortstop6' 1173Garfield HS/Seattle AcademyStanford University9Will ArmbruesterWill ArmbruesterRH Pitcher6' 5225Eastside Catholic HSUniversity of New Mexico-Main Campus10Ben SteckBen SteckCatcher6' 2210Jackson HSOregon State 11Kohl PetersenKohl PetersenRH Pitcher6' 5185Roosevelt High SchoolSeattle University12Will SimpsonWill SimpsonFirst Baseman6' 3200Skyline HSWashington State University13Brandham PonceBrandham PonceThird Baseman6' 2205Federal Way HSTacoma Community College14Torin MontgomeryTorin MontgomeryFirst Baseman6' 3210Lake Washington HSBoise State University15Stuart Flesland IIIStuart Flesland IIILH Pitcher6' 4185Mt. Spokane HSBoise State University16Jared FeikesJared FeikesRH Pitcher6' 2190Lakeside SchoolSanta Clara University17Cole MillerCole MillerOutfield5' 11180Mercer Island HSUniversity of Washington-Seattle Campus18Zachary SanidadZachary SanidadInfield5' 7160Eastside Catholic HSOregon19Ty SaundersTy SaundersInfield5' 10160Anacortes HSUniversity of Portland20Reagan HaasReagan HaasRH Pitcher5' 11165Riverside ChristianGonzaga University21Joe PierceJoe PierceRH Pitcher6' 0185Peninsula HSTacoma Community College22Trystan VrielingTrystan VrielingRH Pitcher6' 4185Kamiakin HSGonzaga University23Kai AlberghiniKai AlberghiniOutfield6' 1205Liberty HS24Grant HeiserGrant HeiserCatcher6' 0190Camas HSTacoma Community College25Dalton ChandlerDalton ChandlerInfield5' 10170Eastlake HSUniversity of Washington26Brady HillBrady HillOutfield6' 1175Mt. Spokane HSWashington State University27Ben PatacsilBen PatacsilSecond Baseman6' 1180O'Dea HSUniversity of Portland28Easton StevensEaston StevensOutfield6' 4195Kennewick HSYakima Valley Community College29Jacob DahlstromJacob DahlstromRH Pitcher6' 8200Eastside Catholic HS30Sean MulcareSean MulcareShortstop5' 11170Inglemoor HSUniversity of Portland31Xavier UlrichXavier UlrichCatcher6' 0190Heritage HS32Connor CirilloConnor CirilloShortstop5' 9155Bellevue HSUniversity of Southern California33Ethan LovelessEthan LovelessOutfield6' 1180Black Hills HSUniversity of Portland34Isaiah ParkerIsaiah ParkerShortstop6' 1165Seton Catholic/Mountain ViewCalifornia State University-Sacramento35Alexander BrennerAlexander BrennerShortstop5' 10170Skyline HSGonzaga University36Jadon BugniJadon BugniCatcher6' 2185Ellensburg HSWashington State University37Brock BozettBrock BozettShortstop6' 1170Ferris HSUniversity of San Francisco38Liam HatakenakaLiam HatakenakaLH Pitcher6' 5215Bainbridge HSUniversity of Portland39Jack FolkinsJack FolkinsRH Pitcher6' 3185O'Dea HSUniversity of Portland40

Baseball Northwest’s Top Prospects Lists

Baseball Northwest’s ranking of Northwest players is done to highlight the region’s top prospects as evaluated by the Baseball Northwest professional evaluators. Some college and high school coaches and professional scouts are consulted, but the final lists are put together by the Baseball Northwest staff as a whole. The lists do not reflect the opinion of any specific high school, college, or professional organization.

The evaluations are based on the LONG TERM POTENTIAL OF A PLAYER AT THE NEXT LEVEL—not necessarily the success or stats of a high school player. Players develop at different rates and at different times. The projectability of the player is taken into consideration, including their desire to play and improve, because this has proven to make a difference in their long term development.

Baseball Northwest has a 20 year history of tracking the top players. While we spend many hours evaluating players and compiling these lists, we are still likely to miss a player that should be considered. Please email us if you would like to recommend a player in any class for consideration. Please also note that we will continue to add or subtract from the list throughout the year, especially after the high school baseball season, the Prospect Evaluation Camps, and the Northwest Championships in August.

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