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High School Class of 2017 Rankings
Houston, Texas outfielder Ronald Washington kicks off PG's first ever player rankings of the high school class of 2017, going 200 deep in this initial class ranking.   read 

Northwoods League top prospects 
Florida lefthanded pitcher and first baseman A.J. Puk continues to show his considerable promise and ranks as the top prospect in the Northwoods League despite his limited duty.

18u Travel Team Rankings 
2014 18u WWBA National Champions Knights Baseball, including event MVP Kyle Wright, have been named the No. 1 team in PG's final rankings of the 18u travel teams in 2014.

NECBL top prospects 
Maryland lefthander Alex Robinson enjoyed a strong summer pitching in the New England Collegiate Baseball League on his way to being named the league's No. 1 prospect.

West Coast League top prospects 
PG's coverage of the top summer collegiate prospects continues with a look at the West Coast League where UC Riverside outfielder Vince Fernandez (sliding) stood out.

Alaska League top prospects 
2013 PG All-American outfielder Scott Hurst used his time in the Alaska Baseball League as a tune up as an incoming freshman at Cal State Fullerton as we provide the league's top prospects.

Coastal Plain top prospects 
Stanford righthanded pitcher Cal Quantrill enjoyed a successful summer playing in the Coastal Plain League on his way to being named the league's No. 1 prospect.

17u Travel Team Rankings 
After winning the 2014 17u WWBA National Championship and finishing second at the 17u PG World Series, Ashe Russell and the EvoShield Canes take over the top spot in PG's 17u Travel Team Rankings.

California League top prospects 
Rice righthander Jon Duplantier had an incredible summer, not only being named the California Collegiate League's Pitcher of the Year but also the league's top prospect.

15u Travel Team Rankings 
Will Lumpkin won two MVP awards this summer helping to guide the Georgia Jackets to three tournament championships as they take over the No. 1 spot on PG's 15u Travel Team Rankings.

16u Travel Team Rankings 
After claiming the 2014 16u WWBA National Championship event MV-Pitcher Zach Wolf and BPA DeMarini Elite are ranked No. 1 in PG's recent update of the 16u Travel Team Rankings.

Valley League top prospects 
Georgia State third baseman Matt Rose enjoyed a successful summer campaign on his way to being named the Valley Baseball League's top prospect.

Cal Ripken League top prospects 
Projectable Texas righthander Morgan Cooper had a successful summer in the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League and is ranked as the league's No. 1 prospect.

PGCBL top prospects 
Holy Cross righthander Jon Escobar was a pleasant surprise this past summer as we provide the top 30 prospects that played in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League in 2014.

Great Lakes League top prospects 
Perfect Game's coverage of the top summer collegiate prospects continues with the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League where N.C. State righthander is ranked the No. 1 prospect.

Updated 2016 HS Player Rankings 
Perfect Game has updated the high school class of 2016 player rankings with Lenexa, Kan. righthander Riley Pint taking over the top spot after throwing 96 mph gas this summer.


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1
Brendan Rodgers - SS Lake Mary HS, FL
Outstanding at PG National. Very good bat-speed, Ball flies off his barrel. PG AA. Huge potential with the bat. Outstanding at WWBA and led the Orlando Scorpions to 3 rings in 2013! Outstanding defensively
2
Dazmon Cameron - OF Eagle`s Landing Christian Acad HS, GA
Outstanding all around talent. Potential 5 tool player. Very good at PG National and WWBA. Stood out at NUC Main Event. Can flat out hit. PG AA
3
Justin Hooper - LHP De La Salle HS, CA
Up to 97 at PG AA Game. Extremely high ceiling LHP. Showed dominant stuff at PG Sunshine West Showcase. FB up to 95 mph and good breaking ball to go with it
4
Kolby Allard - LHP San Clemente HS, CA
Absolutely dominant at PG AA Game. Easy mid 90's FB, Commands all his pitches. Good breaking ball and change up
5
Ashe Russell - RHP Cathedral HS, IN
Arm really works well and up to 95 mph at PG National. Good breaking ball as well. MVPitcher of 17u WWBA PG AA. Up to 96 at 17u PG WS