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2025 Top 50 Recruiting Rankings

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Here are the best 50 players in the class of 2025

In formulating rankings for the sophomore through senior classes, Softball America places an emphasis on real-time developmental growth in conducting player-profile analysis. Prospect potential, projected upside, overall and position-specific athleticism, as well as other quantifiable metrics, are key components of evaluation. At the same time, current skill set, production and impact at the club and/or high school level are fundamental analytical data points.

Updated on: 8/1/2023 See Full List
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    Hannah Wells

    Coahoma (Coahoma, Texas) P

    CLUB TEAM: Oklahoma Athletics National - Madden/Clemmer
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Wells remained at the top of her game this year and atop the 2025 class. The two-way player hit for a .602 average with 65 hits, 13 doubles and 21 home runs. In the circle, she posted a 21-1 record with a 0.38 ERA and 239 strikeouts in 129 innings of work. She helped Coahoma claim the Texas UIL 3A state championship and was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player. Wells was also named to the Alliance Fastpitch Super Cup All-Tournament Team.
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    Berkley Zache

    Saint Joseph (South Bend, Ind.) P/1B

    CLUB TEAM: Beverly Bandits 18U - Dorsey
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Zache was nearly untouchable in the circle for Saint Joseph, as she had a 0.13 ERA over 107.2 innings with 251 strikeouts. She tossed two no-hitters and a perfect game. Zache was just as lethal on offense, hitting for a .531 average on 51 hits with 46 RBIs and nine long balls. She was named a 4A First-Team All-State selection.
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    Sophia Bordi

    Haddon Heights (Haddon Heights, N.J.) P/1B

    CLUB TEAM: OC Batbusters 18U - Stith
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Bordi proved herself to be one of the best players in the 2025 class and the best player in the state of New Jersey, as she was named the Gatorade Player of the Year in New Jersey. She earned this high honor after posting a 0.43 ERA in 114.1 innings of work, while also striking out 258 batters. At the plate, she hit for a .346 average with 10 home runs. Bordi pitched three perfect games in the postseason, en route to Haddon Heights' second straight state championship. Bordi was named to the Alliance Fastpitch Super Cup All-Tournament Team.
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    Kaylee Grace Favors

    Orange Beach (Orange Beach, Ala.) P

    CLUB TEAM: Birmingham Thunderbolts
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    The Orange Beach, Ala. native gave fits to both opposing pitchers and offenses. Favors struck out 200 batters in 154.1 innings, while compiling a 1.54 ERA and 21-6 record. She tallied 52 hits in her sophomore season, which was good for a .413 average, with 47 runs batted in and seven home runs. Favors led Orange Beach to the Class 4A state championship and was named the Most Valuable Player.
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    Alisa Sneed

    Conroe (Conroe, Texas) OF

    CLUB TEAM: Texas Riptide
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Sneed demonstrated herself as arguably the best triple-threat player in the class of 2025 during her sophomore season at Conroe. Sneed hit for a .448 average with 27 extra-base hits, 10 home runs and 10 stolen bases. She ended the season with 44 runs scored and a 1.536 OPS. Sneed also got it done with the glove, as she was named the District 13-6A Co-Defensive Player of the Year as well as the Offensive Player of the Year.
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    Presley Harrison

    Appling County (Baxley, Ga.) P/1B

    CLUB TEAM: Texas Riptide
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Harrison was nearly untouchable for Appling County this past season. In 150.3 innings of work, she struck out 255 batters, while also posting a 0.32 ERA. Harrison finished the season with a 20-3 record. Her efforts allowed her to be named a GACA AA First-Team All-State honoree.
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    Keira Crosby

    Porter (Porter, Texas) P

    CLUB TEAM: Sudden Impact Jones 16U
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Crosby was named a First-Team All-County selection by The Courier and the District 16-5A Co-Most Valuable Player. The Porter, Texas native was able to earn those accolades because of her pitching and hitting performances during the 2023 season. In the circle, Crosby posted a 0.71 ERA over 138 innings of work, while also fanning 209 batters. At the plate, she mashed eight home runs with 23 runs batted in and a .316 average.
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    Addyson Sheppard

    Kingwood (Kingwood, Texas) 3B/C

    CLUB TEAM: Impact Gold Jazz 16U
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Sheppard was named the Most Valuable Offensive Player for Kingswood High School and a First-Team All-District 21-6A selection at the conclusion of her sophomore season.
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    Addisyn Linton

    Eagleville (Eagleville, Tenn.) P

    CLUB TEAM: Virginia Unity
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    The southpaw struck out 141 batters in 104 innings this past season, while also posting a 2.49 ERA. At the plate, she was dominant, hitting 18 home runs with 12 doubles and three triples. She finished the season with a .543 batting average and 59 runs batted in. Due to her efforts on both sides of the ball, Linton was named the All-Area Player of the Year by the Daily News Journal.
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    Jolyna Lamar

    Panther Creek (Cary, N.C.) MIF

    CLUB TEAM: Lady Dukes 18U
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Lamar found great success hitting the long ball, as she tallied 12 home runs this past season at Panther Creek. While providing her team with power, she was also able to hit for an exceptionally high average (.591). Lamar drove in 34 runs, came around to score on 49 occasions and posted a .686 on-base percentage.
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    Delaney Aumua

    Granada (Livermore, Calif.) 1B/OF

    CLUB TEAM: Lady Magic 16U
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    At the conclusion of her high school season, Aumua was named a First-Team All-Bay Area selection by West Coast Preps, a First-Team EBAL selection and the NCS Player of the Year. Aumua followed up her prolific high school season with a thrilling performance at the Colorado Sparkler tournament, as she hit for a .682 average with five home runs and 15 runs batted in.
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    Kendall Wells

    North Oconee (Athens, Ga.) C/3B

    CLUB TEAM: Georgia Impact - Sampson
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    In two of the toughest travel ball tournaments to open up the 2023 summer season, Wells found immediate success. At the Top Gun Invitational, she had a .524 batting average with six runs batted in and a home run. At the Show Me The Money tournament, the Athens, Ga. native hit for a .400 average. She also hit 19 home runs this past high school season.
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    MaTaia Lawson

    Andrew (Tinley Park, Ill.) MIF

    CLUB TEAM: Iowa Premier
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Lawson tallied 52 hits this past season for Andrew High School, helping her achieve a .578 batting average. She drove in 47 runs and crossed home plate 54 times. Lawson also launched 14 home runs and earned a 4A Second-Team All-State honor.
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    Lexi McDaniel

    St. Joseph Christian (St. Joseph, Mo.) MIF

    CLUB TEAM: DeMarini Aces 18U
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    McDaniel dominated the opposition this past year with the DeMarini Aces. In the summer of 2022, McDaniel hit 20 home runs, while also boasting a .464 average. This past fall, she hit for a .508 average with seven home runs and 29 runs batted in.
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    Landri Pick

    Riesel (Riesel, Texas) INF

    CLUB TEAM: Impact Gold National - Smith
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Pick proved to be an offensive juggernaut for Riesel in 2023. She posted a .509 batting average and hit 18 home runs with 60 runs batted in and 59 runs scored. Those statistics helped propel her high school team to the Regional Finals. Pick was named the District 13-2A Most Valuable Offensive Player.
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    Anna Hinde

    Charlotte Christian (Charlotte, N.C.) 3B/C

    CLUB TEAM: Team NC Hinde 18U
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    The Charlotte, N.C. product batted .509 with a .659 on-base percentage this past spring. Hinde also launched seven home runs and 12 doubles. She finished the 2023 season with 26 runs batted in and 36 runs scored. Hinde was a NCISSA 4A All-State selection, a CISSA All-Conference team member and the CSS Offensive Player of the Year.
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    Ana Roman

    Hagerty (Oviedo, Fla.) OF

    CLUB TEAM: Tennessee Mojo - Danley
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Roman was a home-run machine this year, as more than half of her hits (16 of 31) left the yard. Along with her 16 home runs, Roman carried a .408 average, while also driving in 32 runs, stealing 10 bases and scoring 35 times. She was named to the Orlando Sentinel All-Area team and was its Player of the Year.
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    Brinli Bain

    Eagleville (Eagleville, Tenn.) MIF/C

    CLUB TEAM: Virginia Unity - Johnson/Ross
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Bain provided immense production for Eagleville this spring, as she drove in 46 runs and came around to score on 42 occasions. She also hit for a .543 average with 12 doubles and 10 home runs. Bain was named a Class A All-State selection by 5Star Preps and was an All-Area honoree by the Daily News Journal.
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    Abby Lovell

    Northside (Columbus, Ga.) P/1B

    CLUB TEAM: Georgia Impact - Holcombe 16U
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    The Columbus, Ga. native struck out 98 batters over 79.1 innings of work, while holding opponents to a .149 batting average during her 2023 high school softball season. Lovell finished the campaign with a 0.71 earned run average and a 7-2 record. Offensively, she hit for a .294 average. Lovell propelled Northside to the 5A state championship. She was named a Second-Team All-State selection and the All-Region Pitcher of the Year.
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    Kaidance Till

    Metamora Township (Metamora, Ill.) MIF

    CLUB TEAM: Virginia Unity - Johnson/Ross
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Till had an impressive sophomore campaign, as she was named the Journal Star's Player of the Year and a 3A First-Team All-American by the Illinois Coaches Association. Till was able to earn those accolades because of the .496 average she posted off of 58 hits, with 28 of them going for extra bases and eight for home runs. She drove in 30 runs, while scoring 44 runs and swiping 11 bases.
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    Taelyn Holley

    Murrieta Mesa (Murrieta, Calif.) OF

    CLUB TEAM: Athletics Mercado - Hovermale
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Holley demonstrated steady pop, as she mashed seven home runs for Murrieta Mesa this spring. Along with her power, Holley hit for a high average with a .476 batting average and also drove in 24 runs. She finished the season with a .589 on-base percentage and crossed home plate 43 times.
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    Khamari Hall

    Clear Creek (League City, Texas) OF/P

    CLUB TEAM: Texas Riptide
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Hall found great consistency this past season, as she batted .585 with 31 hits. She also came around to score on 22 occasions, while also driving in 12 runs and hitting one home run. Hall was named a First-Team All-Galveston County selection.
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    Kai Minor

    Orange Lutheran (Orange, Calif.) OF

    CLUB TEAM: OC Batbusters 18U - Stith
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Minor was a menace on the bases during her sophomore campaign, as she stole 24 bases on 25 attempts. She posted a .423 average with 13 runs batted in and a pair of home runs. The Orange, Calif. native was the Trinity League's Player of the Year and a part of the LA Times' All-Star Softball Team.
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    Allison Oneacre

    Milton (Milton, Ga.) SS/3B

    CLUB TEAM: Atlanta Vipers 16U Gold - Tamborra
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    Oneacre has typically found success against the toughest competition she's faced. She hit for a .417 average at the PGF Tournament last summer, while also driving in 10 runs with a trio of home runs. She was also selected to play in the IDT All-Star Game in Colorado earlier this summer.
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    Allyssa Parker

    Pocola (Pocola, Okla.) P/UTL

    CLUB TEAM: Aces Fastpitch 18U
    COLLEGE: Uncommitted

    The Pocola, Okla. native got it done on both sides of the ball this past high school season. In the circle, Parker posted a 0.26 ERA in 106 innings, while also fanning 127 batters. Offensively, she tallied 39 hits to give her a .557 batting average with 47 RBIs and 13 home runs. Those statistics allowed Parker to be named the Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year for her high school.

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