Nolan Gorman enjoyed a huge summer and fall on his way to enjoying a healthy climb up the updated player rankings for the high school class of 2018.
As part of the updated draft rankings we expand the top Junior College prospects eligible for the 2017 MLB Draft to 100, with Nate Pearson standing out as a potential first-round pick.
After the Perfect Game ranking updates for the fall of 2016 we examine some of the players who made the biggest jumps in the rankings and why those jumps occurred, which includes the jump made by Samuel Carlson.
Overall top 100 player rankings are now available for the 2019 MLB Draft and are currently led by Bobby Witt Jr., son of the former big leaguer, who already has shown an exciting collection of tools.
The updated and expanded overall top 100 player rankings for those eligible for the 2018 MLB Draft are now available and are led by prep righthander Kumar Rocker.
Perfect Game continues to update the top prospect lists for the 2017 MLB Draft with a look at the top 250 overall players available for next June, led by PG All-American standout Hunter Greene.
Still improving Vanderbilt righthander Kyle Wright continues to hold onto the top spot of the top 100 college players that are eligible for the 2017 MLB Draft.
The high school class of 2020 player rankings have been updated and expanded to 150 with Austin Hendrick holding onto the top spot after a strong showing at the 2016 WWBA Freshman World Championship.
Jake Holland continues to show considerable promise as one of the top sophomore prospects in the country as we update and expand the high school class of 2019 player rankings to 450.
With the end of the NLI period we take our first crack at rankings the top Junior College players for the 2017 season and draft, highlighted by former FIU righthander Nate Pearson who is now at the College of Central Florida.