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High School  | Rankings  | 6/19/2023

Final HS Top 50 Rankings

Tyler Russo      Cameron McElwaney     
We’ve reached the end of yet another high school season, which saw dramatic finishes and big storylines in a number of states, and it means that we’re now at the point of releasing this final Top 50, along with regional team rankings, national players of the year, state players of the year, and a first in three teams of ‘High School All-Americans’, awarded based on a number of things.

Starting a look at the Final HS Top 50, it does look a little different than the preseason rankings, which is normal given no preseason rankings are perfect, but there are a lot of familiar faces up near the top as SIX teams that started the year in the Top 10 will finish in the Top 10 (a pretty impressive feat). There are plenty of teams that either underperformed or overperformed, as we don’t see some names that have been staples in the rankings, but it made room for those across the country that put together one of their best years in program history throughout ’23.

Stoneman Douglas (Fla.) finished the year 29-0, just dominating their way to yet another state title in Florida’s 7A, which led them to finishing the year at the top spot and as a result, crowns them the National Champions for 2023. Just behind them, in the 2-5 range, were teams that would have a strong case in just about any other year. Barbe (La.) won their state title on a true storybook finish to close the year out 39-1. IMG Academy (Fla.) went 25-0 in a gauntlet of a schedule, but they are unable to complete in the postseason which left them vulnerable to losing out on the top spot. Bishop Gorman (Nev.) only lost a pair of games on the year and had one of their best rosters in program history when you look at the output from top to bottom. Archbishop Moeller (Oh.) had a rocky time in a few games in the middle of the spring, but only lost those few games and went on to win the state’s top state title with a really strong group.

The rest of the High School Top 50 is littered with both state champs and those that had very good springs as a whole, but fell short ahead of their goal, and so many of those are deserving of in-depth recognition. It’s been another outstanding year for high school baseball and we appreciate all that follow along; please be sure to tune into social channels over the course of this week as we highlight some of the countries’ top teams and players from the spring season.
11Marjory Stoneman DouglasParklandFL
22Alfred M. BarbeLake CharlesLA
33IMG AcademyBradentonFL
44Bishop GormanLas VegasNV
516Archbishop MoellerCincinnatiOH
67Houston CountyWarner RobinsGA
78Calvary ChristianClearwaterFL
89JSerra CatholicSan Juan CapistranoCA
new 10 Flower MoundFlower MoundTX
1113LewisburgOlive BranchMS
1222Santa Margarita CatholicRancho Santa MargaritaCA
1414Jackson PreparatoryJacksonMS
1720North OconeeBogartGA
1824Pearland High SchoolPearlandTX
1923Magnolia HeightsSenatobiaMS
2043Liberty NorthLibertyMO
2326St. Johns CollegeWashingtonDC
new 24 De La SalleConcordCA
new 25 Magnolia WestMagnoliaTX
new 26 American HeritagePlantationFL
new 27 La Costa CanyonEncinitasCA
2815Notre DameSherman OaksCA
295Tampa JesuitTampaFL
3031Vestavia HillsVestavia HillsAL
3232West MonroeWest MonroeLA
3319Huntington BeachHuntington BeachCA
new 35 Poly Prep Country DayBrooklynNY
new 37 West LinnWest LinnOR
new 38 North Broward PrepCoconut CreekFL
4010Cypress WoodsCypressTX
4134Archbishop SpaldingSevernMD
new 42 EastlakeSammamishWA
4430Catholic High SchoolBaton RougeLA
new 45 EdwardsvilleEdwardsvilleIL
new 46 Oceanside CollegiateMount PleasantSC
new 47 Don Bosco PreparatoryRamseyNJ
new 48 T C RobersonAshevilleNC
new 50 PennMishawakaIN