Top Prospects - Washington - 2018

Jayson SchroederJayson SchroederRH Pitcher6' 2205Juanita HSWashington1Andrew WallingAndrew WallingFirst Baseman6' 1190R.A. Long HSOregon State2Dustin GarciaDustin GarciaOutfield6' 0170South Kitsap HSArizona State University-Tempe3Sam LauderdaleSam LauderdaleLH Pitcher6' 2168King's Way ChristianWashington State University4Tyson GuerreroTyson GuerreroLH Pitcher5' 11165W.F West HSWashington State University5Koby BluntKoby BluntOutfield5' 10160Clarkston HSWashington State6Damon CasettaDamon CasettaRH Pitcher157Kings Way Christian HSSeattle U.7Connor BarisonConnor BarisonRH Pitcher6' 2160Redmond HSWashington State8Jake HarveyJake HarveyInfield6' 1165Southridge HSOregon State9Tyler ChipmanTyler ChipmanRH Pitcher5' 10155Cashmere HSGonzaga10Carter BoothCarter BoothOutfield6' 0180Henry M. Jackson HSOregon State11Gavin GrantGavin GrantShortstop5' 10180Puyallup HSOregon State12Brandon WhiteBrandon WhiteRH Pitcher6' 7180W.F. West HSWashington State University13Trevin HopeTrevin HopeRH Pitcher6' 5185Lynden HSBellevue College14John GrahamJohn GrahamOutfield6' 2185Ballard HSUniversity of Northern Colorado15Tyler RussellTyler RussellRH Pitcher6' 3165Battle Ground HSWashington State16Trent SellersTrent SellersRH Pitcher5' 11155Kennewick HSWashington State17Kody DarcyKody DarcyShortstop6' 2175Kentridge High SchoolXavier University18Aaron DavenportAaron DavenportRH Pitcher6' 0175Cedarcrest HSUniversity of Hawaii at Manoa19Alex ShanksAlex ShanksOutfield6' 1195Mercer Island HSGonzaga20Jake GehriJake GehriCatcher6' 1205Sumner HSYale University21Daniel CopelandDaniel CopelandRH Pitcher6' 4185Skyview Gonzaga University 22Preston ViltzPreston ViltzOutfield6' 1180Kentridge HSLower Columbia College23Matthew GretlerMatthew GretlerInfield5' 10155Bonney Lake HSOregon State24Morgan WhiteMorgan WhiteInfield6' 2195Kamiak HSUniversity of Portland25Anthony NotaroAnthony NotaroCatcher6' 0178Anacortes HSWashington State University26Matt BoissoneaultMatt BoissoneaultCatcher6' 3185Mercer Island HSSeattle U.27Ben LarsonBen LarsonInfield6' 4185O'Dea HSGonzaga28Alex GarciaAlex GarciaCatcher5' 10190South Kitsap HSEdmonds Community College29Gabriel LevyGabriel LevyRH Pitcher5' 11185Ingraham HSDavidson College30Greg FuchsGreg FuchsOutfield6' 1190Mercer Island HSOregon State31Mason WellsMason WellsLH Pitcher5' 11175Mead HSGonzaga32JD WorcesterJD WorcesterLH Pitcher6' 4172Juanita HSSanta Clara University33Brandon LeesBrandon LeesThird Baseman6' 3170Pullman HSWashington State34Max CuencaMax CuencaRH Pitcher6' 3190Ballard HSPeirce College35Drew WordenDrew WordenSecond Baseman5' 10178South Kitsap HSUniversity of Washington-Seattle Campus36Travis HaganTravis HaganCatcher6' 0195Meadowdale HSSeattle University 37Peter AllegroPeter AllegroRH Pitcher5' 10185Bellarmine PrepUniversity of Portland38Lucas AllenLucas AllenCatcher6' 2180Interlake HSUniversity of Northern Colorado39Bryson BeltranBryson BeltranFirst Baseman6' 0210Eastside Catholic HSGonzaga University40Payton FlynnPayton FlynnFirst Baseman6' 3190Kamiakin HSWashington State University41

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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