Top Prospects - Washington - 2021

  NAME PRI POS HEIGHT WEIGHT SCHOOL COLLEGE RANK
Max DebiecMax DebiecRH Pitcher6' 7195O'Dea HSUniversity of Washington-Seattle Campus1Malakhi KnightMalakhi KnightShortstop6' 2170Marysville Getchell HSOregon State University2Nate LeiboldNate LeiboldRH Pitcher6' 3200Ballard HSUniversity of California-Los Angeles3Nathan DeschryverNathan DeschryverRH Pitcher6' 2188Bainbridge High SchoolGonzaga University4Antonio GuerreroAntonio GuerreroOutfield6' 0200Fife HSUniversity of Washington-Seattle Campus5Jessada BrownJessada BrownCatcher5' 11190Chief Sealth International HSUniversity of California-Santa Barbara6Kai FrancisKai FrancisRH Pitcher6' 2173Bainbridge HSGonzaga University7Zach TogliaZach TogliaThird Baseman6' 1175Gig Harbor HSUniversity of Utah8Ryan LynchRyan LynchRH Pitcher6' 3180Monroe HS9Cole NelsonCole NelsonRH Pitcher6' 4180Meadowdale HSOregon State University10Riley McCarthyRiley McCarthyCatcher6' 2215Mountain View HSUniversity of Portland11Thomas BrandenburgThomas BrandenburgRH Pitcher5' 11185Kalama HSUniversity of Oregon12Jake LarsonJake LarsonShortstop6' 0165Kentlake HSUniversity of Minnesota-Twin Cities13Elijah HainlineElijah HainlineShortstop5' 10160Mead HSWashington State University14Michael TsoukalasMichael TsoukalasCatcher6' 3210Arlington HS15Casey SwansonCasey SwansonShortstop6' 1185Walla Walla HS16Caden VireCaden VireLH Pitcher6' 5171Skyview HSArizona State University-Tempe17Tanner VaughnTanner VaughnRH Pitcher6' 2215W.F. West HSUniversity of Oregon18Kolby SolomonKolby SolomonRH Pitcher6' 0160Inglemoor HSGonzaga University19Aiden Van RensumAiden Van RensumThird Baseman6' 3205Archbishop Murphy HSUniversity of Oregon20Hyatt UtzmanHyatt UtzmanRH Pitcher6' 2185Pullman HSXavier University21Colin CurryColin CurryOutfield6' 1175Redmond HSSeattle University22Jacob BurkettJacob BurkettShortstop5' 10175Arlington HSTacoma Community College23Peysen SweeneyPeysen SweeneyRH Pitcher6' 5210Liberty HS24Owen McWilliamOwen McWilliamOutfield5' 11180Bainbridge HSUniversity of the Pacific25Jackson LindJackson LindCatcher5' 9165Kennewick HSSeattle University26Kyle ParkmanKyle ParkmanOutfield5' 9180Central Valley HSLower Columbia College27Kyle FossumKyle FossumOutfield6' 1180Eastside Catholic HSUniversity of Washington-Seattle Campus28Luke ZmolikLuke ZmolikRH Pitcher6' 2180Monroe HSButler University29Jeter SchuermanJeter SchuermanRH Pitcher6' 1205Mt.Spokane HSSpokane Falls Community College30Willis CresswellWillis CresswellCatcher6' 0195Auburn Mountainview HSWashington State University31Sam CantonSam CantonOutfield5' 11190South Kitsap HSGonzaga University32Jack RheaJack RheaCatcher5' 11180Eastside Catholic HS33Drake AndersonDrake AndersonShortstop5' 9175Puyallup HSWashington State University34Blake LeavertonBlake LeavertonRH Pitcher6' 1200West Valley HSSeattle University35Blake WittmanBlake WittmanRH Pitcher6' 1180Newport HS36Alec HighlandAlec HighlandFirst Baseman6' 2205Sumner HSSeattle University37Drew ReynoldsDrew ReynoldsCatcher5' 11200WF West HSTexas Tech University38Jared JohnsonJared JohnsonOutfield6' 0185Eastlake HSBrown University39Jackson ProctorJackson ProctorShortstop6' 1195Kentwood HSDartmouth College40Jasiah GeorgeJasiah GeorgeRH Pitcher6' 0175Silicon Valley HSUniversity of Washington-Seattle Campus41

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 25 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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