2020 High School Top 100 Prospects


College baseball’s signing period for the 2020 recruiting class is in full swing, and we’ve partnered up with our friends at Prep Baseball Report to give you in-depth recruiting coverage.

In December, our staff, in conjunction with the PBR staff, will look back and rank the 2019 recruiting classes. After all, there’s no better litmus test to rank recruiting classes than to see how they stack up against their collegiate peers during fall workouts.

For now, though, it’s time to give our readers an inside look at where the premier high school prospects for the 2020 MLB draft are headed to college should they choose not to sign next summer.

Vanderbilt signee Pete Crow-Armstrong headlines the PBR HS Top 100, while the list is followed by Virginia pitcher Nate Savino, who will graduate early to join the Cavaliers for the 2020 college season. Oregon State’s Mick Abel, Oklahoma’s Ed Howard and Vandy’s Robert Hassell round out the top five.

Vanderbilt, Arkansas, Florida, Miami and UCLA each have six prospects in the PBR Top 100, while LSU and Texas come in with five prospects. Mississippi State, Oklahoma and TCU each have four.

We’ve published 50 of the Top 100 names for free, and while the other 50 names will be premium, users can get a look at the entire PBR Top 500 by heading over to Prep Baseball Report.

Without further ado, here are the Top 100 HS Prospects, along with the colleges they have either committed to or will sign with.


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