Image credit: Konnor Griffin (Jenna Hiscock/USA Baseball)
With summer events underway, it’s time to update our rankings of the top 100 players in the 2024 class looking ahead to the 2024 MLB Draft.
The top high school player in the country remains Mississippi shortstop Konnor Griffin, who reclassified from the 2025 class and stands out for his physicality, athleticism, tools and game performance.
The 2024 class, however, doesn’t have one or two players who have pulled ahead of the field, with a range of players in the top 10 who all have a case to rank No. 1.
What is clear is that LSU’s 2024 recruiting class is loaded. Griffin is an LSU commit, as are outfielder Derek Curiel and catcher Cade Arrambide, giving the Tigers three of the top 10 players in the class. They have seven players in the top 50 and 11 players in the top 100. It’s a class that got even richer this summer when lefthander/outfielder Cam Caminiti, an LSU commit who had ranked as the No. 3 player for 2025, announced he was reclassifying to the 2024 class.
Those 11 commits in the top 100 are tied for the most with Tennessee. Pitching leads the way for Tennessee’s class with a pair of premium arms in righthanders Anson Seibert and Tegan Kuhns, while catcher Levi Clark continues to rise up the rankings with an outstanding start to his summer. Florida State has six players ranked in the top 100 in its recruiting class and it’s another group headlined by pitching, featuring Florida prep righthanders Chase Mobley and Dylan Jordan, with Jordan elevating his status with a jump in stuff this year.
Among the top 100 players, 96 have a college commitment, with outfielder/lefthander Noah Franco and shortstop Bryce Clavon the most prominent uncommitted players in the class.
Expect a lot to change over the next year between now and the first day of the 2024 MLB Draft, but the top of the list even a year out is generally a good guide to the potential first-round picks, with players deeper down the list having the upside to jump into that mix, be early-round picks or potentially get to campus and become impact players for some of the top college programs in the country.