Nevada 2022 Rankings Updated

Brett Harrison
Nevada Scouting Director

Yesterday we took a look at the updated 2023 rankings in the state and today we take a look at the 2022 player ranking. The list of 150+ prospects is highlighted by a Top 10 that features high level committed and uncommitted prospects that have continued to impress the PBR staff. 

1. Justin Crawford

Bishop Gorman's Uncommitted OF Justin comes in as the top prospect in the 2022 Class after his stock skyrocketed after an extremely impressive showing at the Bishop Gorman Scout Day, earning the Top 60 Time in the state. He has continued to prove himself throughout the fall and winter season sliding comfortably into the leadoff spot for a stacked Gaels roster. Crawford drew national attention with his blazing speed and received attention from PBR National Crosschecker Shooter Hunt, "Uncommitted 2022 OF Justin Crawford, son of former MLB All-Star Carl Crawford, stole the show with a blazing 6.19 to go along with a sweet left-handed stroke and highly-projectable frame." 

2. Mason Neville

Arizona commit, OF/LHP, Mason Neville came in at the number two spot after a stellar performance at the Southern Nevada Scout Day with an line drive filled round of batting practice, flashing power potetional to the pull side after earning event bests in the 60 Time at 6.65 as well as Outfield Velocity at 90 mph. The PBR Top 100 Prospect then hopped on the mound where he was up to 87 with arm side run and potential plus slider that comes from the 3/4 arm slot. This high end two-way prospects could make huge leaps this year as he continues to add strength to his 6-foot-2 frame.

3. Robby Snelling

The Stanford commit and dual sport athlete has made waves as big name coming out of McQueen High School with an athletic frame and a fastball up to 87 mph from a high 3/4 arm slot with seemingly more in the tank and curveball as his best secondary pitch with good shape and occasional bite. He will be one to watch as he continues to make leaps on the mound throughout his sophomore campaign.

4. Demitri Diamant

Diamant, a Georgia Tech commit and two-way prospect that has recently made the leap into the 90+ mph club with his fastball touching 91 mph paired with a sharp curveball that has late action. Flashing big time power at the Bishop Gorman Scout Day, Diamant will play a vital role in his teams success while holding down the shortstop position for a the loaded Gaels roster.

5. Grayson Grinsell

An Oregon commit, Grinsell was a standout at the Northern Nevada Scout Day throwing an accurate 86 mph from the outfield after a batting practice round that showcased his ability to spray the ball all over the yard with power potential down the road as he continues to fill out his lean 6-foot-1 frame. On the mound, the two-way prospect topped out at 83 mph with a long loose arm that projects well as he continues to develop. Be on the look out as Grinsell is another prospect that could make big leaps in the coming year.

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