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2023 MLB Draft: Top 150 High School Baseball Prospects

Image credit: Max Clark (Brian Westerholt/Four Seam Images)


Today we’re updating our 2023 high school player rankings to align with our recently updated and expanded top 400 draft rankings.

In this update, North Carolina outfielder Walker Jenkins jumps over Indiana outfielder Max Clark for the top spot in the class—though both players are still viewed as the 1A and 1B of the class at this point.

Oregon righthander Noble Meyer remains the top pitching prospect in the class and Massachusetts lefthander Thomas White maintains his status as the top lefty in the class right behind him.

A few of the notable risers in this update include Florida SS Arjun Nimmala, California C/1B Ralphy Velazquez, Florida SS George Lombard Jr., California RHP Joey Volchko, Rhode Island LHP Alexander Clemmey, Oregon LHP Paul Wilson and New York SS Samuel Stafura.

UCLA leads all programs with 11 committed players among the top 150, followed closely by Arkansas with 10. Vanderbilt checks in at No. 3 with eight committed players among the top 150 and five schools are tied for fourth with six apiece: Auburn, Florida State, Louisiana State, Mississippi State and Tennessee.

See the full top 150 here, with scouting reports for every player.

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