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Oklahoma's best high school baseball players: Meet the state's top pitchers

Some of the top pitchers in Oklahoma high school baseball

By Ross Lovelace 

With the high school baseball playoffs in full swing, SBLive is looking at the best players in Oklahoma. 

In this segment, we feature the top pitchers across all classifications. An elite pitcher is one of the most important pieces of championship teams.

This is not meant to be a comprehensive list, as there are numerous great pitchers statewide. Let us know about any pitchers you think should be added.

Gabe Davis | Choctaw | SR

At the Five Tool Oklahoma area tournament, the right-hander struck out 10 batters in just 5 1/3 innings pitched. He didn’t allow a single run and only gave up three hits. He also found a 94 mile per hour fastball that proved effective.

Davis is currently committed to Oklahoma State.

Brennan Phillips | Owasso | SR

Along with Davis, Phillips is also committed to Oklahoma State as a senior at Owasso.

As recognition for his elite season, Phillips was recently named the MaxPreps National Player of the Week. In the Rams' season opener, Phillips was unbelievably perfect, striking out all 15 batters he faced.

Colin Fisher | Noble | JR

Fisher is just a junior but is already an elite pitcher with offers from the likes of Arkansas and Oklahoma.

In a win on March 7, Fisher struck out 16 batters in six innings, giving up just one hit and zero walks. Fisher is also a great quarterback, too, for Noble's football team.

Kyndon Lovell | Owasso | SR

Lovell has been near the top of the rankings for some time now. Against Santa Fe (Fla.) Catholic during a March spring break tournament in Florida, Lovell had an impressive outing with five innings pitched and no runs or hits allowed.

He’s been committed to Arkansas for since 2019 and recently signed with the Razorbacks.

Weston Rouse | Ft. Gibson | JR

An Oklahoma State commit, Rouse can truly do it all. He helped Ft. Gibson advance to the Class 4A regional finals behind a whopping 14 strikeouts.

The next day, Rouse went 3-for-4 at the plate with five RBIs and a home run to win it. It’s safe to say he’ll be an impact player for the Cowboys.

Logan Lunceford | Edmond Santa Fe | SR

In a win to start regionals, Lunceford responded to two early runs with 13 strikeouts. He did his work in just 4 1/3 innings.

Lunceford has the Wolves rolling right now during the playoffs. He recently signed with Missouri.

Owen Hall | Edmond North | SO

Hall is one of the most coveted young prospects in the state, already committed to an elite baseball school in Vanderbilt. He was also named a Perfect Game USA Pre-Season All-American.

In a March win, Hall notched five strikeouts and allowed zero hits in just two innings pitched.