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Softball  | General  | 10/6/2022

PG Softball Top 50: Class of 2024

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa – Perfect Game Softball, a division of Perfect Game, the world’s largest youth baseball and softball organization, today announced the creation of an annual ranking of the nation's top young fastpitch softball players with the debut of the Top 50 Prospects from the high school class of 2024.

[WATCH: PG Softball's Class of 2024 Top 50]

Leading the Class of ’24, as ranked by a team of Perfect Game scouts attending more than 20 major softball tournaments between November 2021 and August 2022, is Addisen Fisher, a right-handed pitcher from Bend, OR, who recently committed to attend UCLA in the Fall of 2024. Fisher, a standout with NW Bullets Campos, is a two-time Oregon Gatorade Player of the Year. A junior at Bend High School, the Player of the Year for Oregon Sports maintains a four-plus pitch repertoire with a velocity in the 64-67 mph range. Prior to committing to UCLA, Fisher was heavily recruited by many of the Top 25 NCAA women’s softball programs.

“Perfect Game Softball is excited to be able to elevate the visibility of young athletes around the country with the creation of our new Top 50 Prospects lists,” said Perfect Game Director of Softball Operations, Destinee Martinez. “Perfect Game has long been committed to providing opportunities – playing and non-playing – for young athletes to pursue their dreams and maximize their true athletic potential; and we’re confident this effort will help advance the careers of the athletes, in particular, and the women’s fastpitch softball movement, in general.”

Perfect Game National Director of Softball Scouting, Jessica Shults, added, “Since its formal launch in 2021, Perfect Game Softball has been hard at work developing the most comprehensive, inclusive and objective player ranking system available. We believe we have achieved that goal by having Perfect Game’s own scouts travel across the country to personally watch the athletes compete on a regular basis. We believe this is going to be a win-win situation for young athletes and collegiate programs, and result in a system that provides the girls with options that may not have previously been available.”

Perfect Game Softball is leading with the top 50 prospects from the class of 2024 because members of this group will be entering their junior seasons, which for many high school students is the time when they begin to consider their post-high school academic and athletic opportunities. Perfect Game Softball will be releasing its Top 50 Prospects list from the Classes of ’23 and ’25 at later dates.

The complete list of Perfect Game Softball’s debut Top 50 Prospects list is attached. Below is the Top 10 from the Class of ’24.

1. Addisen Fisher – Pitcher (Bend, Ore.)
2. Sa’mya Jones – Infielder (Pearland Texas)
3. Gabi Comia – Utility Player (Cedar Lake, Ind.)
4. Jayden Heavener – Pitcher/Utility Player (Pace, Fla.)
5. Layla Lamar – Infielder (Cary, N.C.)
6. Audrey Lowry – Pitcher (Lizton, Ind.)
7. Jordan Lynch – Infielder/Utility Player (North East, Md.)
8. Taylor Troutman – Utility Player (Henderson, Ky.)
9. Sophi Mazzola -- Infielder (Eureka, Mo.)
10. Cassie Johnson – Catcher (Ankeny, Iowa)

[NOTE: The Perfect Game Softball Top 50 Prospects lists’ objective is to highlight each position evenly using a consistent set of offensive, defensive and pitching analytics. To help ensure fair representation for all positions, the Perfect Game Softball Top 50 Prospects lists are comprised of five (5) groups of 10 players each, with each group of 10 made up of three (3) pitchers; four (4) infielders; two (2) utility players and one (1) catcher.]

PG Softball's Top 50

Rank Name Hometown Position
1 Addisen Fisher Bend, Ore. Pitcher
2 Sa'mya Jones Pearland, Texas Infielder
3 Gabi Comia Cedar Lake, Ind. Utlity
4 Jayden Heavener Pace, Fla. Pitcher
5 Layla Lamar Cary, N.C. Infielder
6 Audrey Lowry Lizton, Ind. Pitcher
7 Jordan Lynch North East, Md. Infielder
8 Taylor Troutman Henderson, Ky. Utility
9 Sophi Mazzola Eureka, Mo. Infielder
10 Cassie Johnson Ankeny, Iowa Catcher
11 Kendra Lewis Milan, Ill. Pitcher
12 Amayah Doyle Herrin, Ill. Infielder
13 Kadey McKay Caddo, Okla. Infielder
14 Danika Nell Boissevain, N.B. Pitcher
15 Kaylie Avvisato Leesburg, Va. Infielder
16 Trinity Nowicki Whitehouse, Ohio Catcher/Utility
17 Townsen Thomas Humble, Texas Outfielder
18 Sydney Boulaphninh Highlands Ranch, Colo. Infielder
19 Harley Vestal New Braunfels, Texas Outfielder
20 Khamara Dement Selma, Calif. Infielder
21 Tia Milloy Redmond, Wash. Infielder
22 Corri Hicks San Jose, Calif. Catcher
23 Carly Goodwin Sigourney, Iowa Pitcher
24 Danika Frazier Stanford, Ill. Pitcher
25 Madison Uptegrove Richmond, Texas Utility
26 Ella McDowell Colombia, Mo. Utility
27 Karsen Griggs Dale, Okla. Infielder
28 Ariel Redmond Spring, Texas Outfielder
29 Tait Davidson Vestavia Hills, Ala. Pitcher
30 Priscilla Llamas Eastvale, Calif. Pitcher
31 Baileigh Burtis Friendswood, Texas Utility
32 Sofia Mujica El Cajon, Calif. Catcher
33 Jayden Jones Gaylord, Mich. Infielder
34 Kiera Armato Gardner, Kan. Outfielder
35 Brenlee Gonzales Aledo, Texas Pitcher
36 Erin Nuwer Buffalo, N.Y. Pitcher/Utility
37 Brianne Weiss Placentia, Calif. Pitcher
38 Destiny Harris Weed, Calif. Infielder
39 Ari Maxwell Edmond, Okla. Infielder
40 Aaliyah Delgado Kansas City, Mo. Pitcher/Utility
41 Callie Cooper Pea Ridge, Ark. Catcher
42 Jacey Shuler Chicago, Ill. Pitcher
43 Hannah Cole Suwanee, Ga. Pitcher/Utility
44 Miali Guachino Pala, Calif. Pitcher
45 Paige Bambarger Murrieta, Calif. Infielder
46 Lucy Spisto Vestavia Hills, Ala. Utility
47 Hayley Wieczerzak Edison, N.J. Pitcher/Utility
48 Lexi King Windermere, Fla. Pitcher
49 Tara Vandewater Winterset, Iowa Catcher/Utility
50 Madison Mikes Halletsville, Texas Pitcher