Collegiate Baseball 2022 HS All-Americans

TUCSON, Ariz. — The 2022 Collegiate Baseball High School All-American teams, powered by Diamond Sports, are loaded with outstanding talent from across the nation.

The 2022 high school spring season was able to return to normal schedules in most parts of the country after two years of interruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Many of our All-Americans are top prospects for the upcoming Major League Draft which will be held in July, and numerous players have already received national awards as well as state and regional honors.

Leading the team is Collegiate Baseball’s National High School Player of the Year SS Jackson Holliday of Stillwater HS (OK).

Playing in Oklahoma’s 6A division against some of the state’s top teams, Holliday hit .685 over 40 games with 29 doubles, 6 triples, 17 home runs, 79 RBI, scored 74 runs and stole 30 bases. His first strikeout of the season didn’t happen until his 103rd plate appearance. In fact, he only had 7 strikeouts in 130 at-bats all season.

He broke the National High School single season hit record with 89 hits, according to his coach, Jimmy Harris. The National Federation of High School Sports record book says the single season hit record is 88 held by Jacob Realmuto of Carl Albert HS (Midwest City, OK) in 2010.

Additionally, he is one of the top defensive high school shortstops, committing only 3 errors in 150 chances. He had 11 assists and was involved with 23 doubles plays.

“Jackson has played in every big event that a high school kid can play in. He is the best team guy, teammate, hardest worker, and loves his team,” Harris said.

“Watching him this season was the most fun. He had such a great year and did it with all the pressure to perform each day.”

Holliday signed with Oklahoma State, but is expected to be a first-round pick in the MLB Draft.

Nominations for the All-Americans are submitted by the player’s high school coach, and the staff of Collegiate Baseball chooses the honorees.

For in-depth information about each of the 2022 Collegiate Baseball H.S. All-Americans, purchase the June 17, 2022 edition of Collegiate Baseball or subscribe by CLICKING HERE.

First Team

  • Eli Jerzembeck, RHP, Providence HS, Charlotte, NC
  • Riley Quick, RHP, Hewitt Trussville HS, Trussville, AL
  • Walter Ford, RHP, Pace HS, FL
  • Brody Fowler, RHP, Eastside HS, Taylors, SC
  • Griffin Stieg, RHP, McLean HS, VA
  • Jackson Ferris, LHP, IMG Academy, Bradenton, FL
  • Brock Porter, RHP, St. Mary’s Prep, Orchard Lake, MI
  • Andrew Dutkanych, RHP, Brebeauf Jesuit HS, Indianapolis, IN
  • Wyatt Danilowicz, LHP, Traverse City West HS, MI
  • Jacob Miller, RHP, Liberty Union HS, Baltimore, OH
  • Wyatt Wiatrek, RHP, Sinton HS, TX
  • Grayson Grinsell, LHP, Reno HS, NV
  • JD Thompson, LHP, Rusk HS, TX
  • Dylan Lesko, RHP, Buford HS, GA
  • Isaac Sewell, LHP, The First Academy, Orlando, FL
  • Louis Rodriguez, RHP, Orange Lutheran HS, Orange, CA
  • Logan Salomon, RHP, Hamilton HS, Chandler, AZ
  • J.R. Ritchie, RHP, Bainbridge HS, Bainbridge Island, WA
  • Tristan Smith, LHP, Boiling Springs HS, SC
  • David Lally, RHP, Grand Blanc HS, MI
  • Thomas White, LHP, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA
  • Christian Rodriguez, RHP, Stoneman Douglas HS, Parkland, FL


  • Malcolm Moore, CK McClatchy HS, Sacramento, CA
  • Ike Irish, St. Mary’s Prep, Orchard Lake, MI.
  • Rylan Galvan, Sinton HS, TX
  • Jared Jones, Walton HS, Marietta, GA
  • Ross Highfill, Madison Central HS, Madison, MS
  • Rashawn Galloway, Boerne HS, TX
  • Brady Thomas, Northwest Rankin HS, Flowood, MS
  • Dylan Maxcey, Friendswood HS, TX


  • Jackson Holliday, SS, Stillwater HS, OK
  • Colin Houck, SS/3B, Parkview HS, Lilburn, GA
  • Xavier Isaac, 1B, East Forsyth HS, Kernersville, NC
  • Cutter Coffey, SS, Liberty HS, Bakersfield, CA
  • Fisher Ingersoll, SS, American Fork HS, UT
  • Sal Stewart, 3B, Westminster Christian HS, Miami, FL
  • Termarr Johnson, SS, B.E. Mays HS, Atlanta, GA
  • Jett Williams, SS, Rockwall-Heath HS, Heath, TX
  • Tucker Toman, 3B, Hammond School, Columbia, SC
  • Gavin Grahovac, SS, Villa Park HS, CA
  • Cole Young, SS, North Allegheny HS, Wexford, PA
  • Camden Kozeal, SS, Millard South HS, Omaha, NE
  • Jayden Hylton, 1B, Palm Beach Gardens HS, FL
  • Preston Barnes, SS, Danville HS, KY
  • Greg Pettay, SS, The First Academy, Orlando, FL
  • Henry Godbout, SS, Baylor School, Chattanooga, TN
  • Jackson Smith, 1B, Owasso HS, OK
  • Demetrio Crisantes, SS/2B, Nogales HS, AZ


  • Andruw Jones, Wesleyan School, Peachtree Corners, GA
  • Drew Burress, Houston County HS, Warner Robins, GA
  • Dakota Jordan, Jackson Academy, Jackson, MS
  • Gavin Turley, Hamilton HS, Chandler, AZ
  • Henry Bolt, Palo Alto HS, CA
  • Roman Anthony, Stoneman Douglas HS, Parkland, FL
  • Elijah Green, IMG Academy, Bradenton, FL
  • Justin Crawford, Bishop Gorman HS, Las Vegas, NV
  • Jake Dresselhouse, St. Mary’s Prep, Orchard Lake, MI
  • Gage Harrelson, Houston County HS, Warner Robins, GA
  • Paxton Kling, Central Martinsburg HS, Martinsburg, PA
  • Jordan Taylor, St. Johns Country Day School, Orange Park, FL

Multi-Position Athletes

  • Owen Murphy, RHP/SS, Riverside Brookfield HS, Riverside, IL
  • Karson Milbrandt, RHP/OF, Liberty HS, MO.
  • Nick Monistere, SS/RHP, Northwest Rankin HS, Flowood, MS
  • Brennan Phillips, LHP/OF, Owasso HS, OK
  • Robby Snelling, CF/LHP, McQueen HS, Reno, NV
  • Jaden Noot, RHP/OF, Sierra Canyon School, Chatsworth, CA
  • Ethan Frey, C/RHP, Rosepine HS, LA
  • Cooper Dossett, RHP/CF, Har-Ber HS, Springdale, AR
  • Josh Tiedemann, 1B/RHP, Hamilton HS, Chandler, AZ
  • Gavin Guidry, SS/RHP, Barbe HS, Lake Charles, LA
  • Nolan Perry, SS/RHP, Carlsbad HS, NM
  • Logan Pruski, SS/RHP, Bishop Manogue HS, Reno, NV
  • Mason Swinney, SS/RHP, Phil Campbell HS, AL
  • Ben Barrett, RHP/3B, The First Academy, Orlando,
  • Trenton Shaw, LHP/1B, Prestonwood Christian Academy, Plano, TX
  • Max Clark, OF/LHP, Franklin Community HS, IN

Second Team

  • Owen Schexnaydre, RHP, Vanderbilt Catholic HS, Houma, LA
  • Mason Cirkel, LHP, Rusk HS, TX
  • Cade Perkins, LHP, Manhattan HS, KS
  • Alex Clemmey, LHP, Bishop Hendricken HS, Warwick, RI
  • Michael Forret, RHP, Providence HS, Charlotte, NC
  • Bradley Loftin, LHP, DeSoto Central HS, Southaven, MS
  • Ben Moore, LHP, Linganore HS, Frederick, MD
  • Jaxson Pease, RHP, Farragut HS, Knoxville, TN
  • Brayden Sharp, LHP, The Woodlands HS, TX
  • Jaxson Cahoy, RHP, Millard West HS, Omaha, NE
  • Evan Blanco, LHP, Austin Prep, Reading, MA
  • JJ Hollis, RHP, JSerra Catholic HS, San Juan Capistrano, CA
  • Max Tramontana, RHP, Archbishop Moeller HS, Cincinnati, OH


  • Bryce Hubbard, Wesleyan School, Peachtree Corners, GA
  • Jaret Nelson, Nixa HS, MO
  • Easton Romero, Spanish Fork HS, UT
  • Brandyn Durand, Bishop Hendricken HS, Warwick, RI


  • Dallas Macias, SS, Regis Jesuit HS, Aurora, CO
  • Tyler Triche, SS/3B, North Forsyth HS, Cumming, GA
  • Mikey Romero, SS, Orange Lutheran HS, Orange, CA
  • Mason White, SS, Salpointe Catholic HS, Tucson, AZ
  • Mike Cruz, 3B/1B, Reno HS, NV
  • Austin Hawke, SS, Reagan HS, Pfafftown, NC
  • Jacob Reimer, SS, Yucaipa HS, CA
  • Matthew Rose, 2B, Calvary Christian HS, Clearwater, FL
  • Gregory Melo, 3B, George Washington HS, New York, NY
  • Blake Grimmer, 3B, St. Mary’s Prep, Orchard Lake, MI
  • Cooper Blauser, SS, Wesleyan School, Peachtree Corners, GA
  • Jake McCutcheon, SS, Francis Howell HS, St. Charles, MO


  • Peyton Martin, Madison-Ridgeland Academy, Madison, MS
  • Nicolas Nunez-Cabrera, George Washington HS, New York, NY
  • Kristian Sprawling, DeSoto Central HS, Southaven, MS
  • Solomon Skalnik, Owasso HS, OK
  • Kaden Martin, Buford HS, GA

Multiple Position Athletes

  • Brad Hodges, LHP/1B, St. Johns Country Day School, Orange Park, FL
  • Seth Keller, SS/RHP, Hanover HS, Mechanicsville, VA
  • Brady Morse, C/RHP, Danville HS, KY
  • Blake Mitchell, C/RHP, Sinton HS, TX
  • Mavis Graves, LHP/1B, Eastside HS, Taylors, SC
  • Brenner Cox, CF/RHP, Rock Hill HS, Frisco, TX
  • Davis Gillespie, 3B/RHP, Oak Mountain HS, Birmingham, AL
  • Ty Wisdom, 2B/RHP, Liberty North HS, Liberty, MO
  • Erik Blair, 1B/LHP, American Heritage, Plantation, FL
  • Jordan Medellin, SS/RHP, Bay Area Christian School, League City, TX
  • Jake Tucker, LHP/1B, Mount Paran Christian School, Kennesaw, GA
  • Jaquae Stewart, 1B/LHP, Sinton HS, TX
  • Brady Baxter, RHP/3B, Danville HS, KY
  • Eric Nachtsheim, RHP/1B, Reno HS, NV

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