Noble Meyer Picked 10th Overall in MLB Draft by Miami Marlins

Noble Meyer Picked 10th Overall in MLB Draft by Miami Marlins

Noble Meyer ’23 was selected as the 10th overall pick by the Miami Marlins in the 2023 Major League Baseball Draft on July 9. Noble was the top-ranked high school pitcher in the country this year and the No. 4 prospect overall, according to the Prep Baseball Report. 

During his senior season, Noble, an elite right-hander, posted a 0.33 ERA with 149 strikeouts in 69 innings. Offensively, he had a .373 batting average and a .720 slugging percentage this year. His accomplishments earned him the Oregon Gatorade Player of the Year title for 2022-23.

At this year’s National High School Invitational, Meyer threw a complete game, striking out 10 batters, and allowing only two hits and three unearned runs. His fastball consistently hit 97-98 mph, and his curveball hit an average RPM of 3000+ at the invitational. Since then, his fastball has flown over the 100 mph mark. 

Noble led the Jesuit Crusaders to the Metro league championship and to the state title game in 2023. 

“What separates Noble, other than his lightning bolt fastball or untouchable slider, is his work ethic. I believe his work ethic is what took him from a very talented high school player to the nation’s best pitcher. The little things matter to him,” said Jesuit High School Baseball Coach Colin Griffin ’00.

Congratulations, Noble!

Teammates, coaches, and family members traveled to Seattle on July 9 to cheer on Noble, who was picked 10th overall in the MLB Draft by the Miami Marlins. Pictured, left to right: Jeff Jensen, pitching coach; Colin Griffin '00, head coach; Noble Meyer '23; Ty Alleman '23; Ryan Cooney '23; and Brody Meyer '26.

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