A List Of Every 1st Bowman Card In 2022 Bowman Draft [Updated]

December 18, 2022

Topps will release 2022 Bowman Draft Baseball just in time for the holidays! Hobby boxes are scheduled to hit shelves on Wednesday, December 21 and they will be full of recent draft picks and top prospects.

By our count, 56 hitters and 48 pitchers are making their 1st Bowman debut in 2022 Bowman Draft. At first glance, there are a good amount of potential investment opportunities in this release.

So who’s in 2022 Bowman Draft?

Seven players with 1st Bowman cards made Baseball America’s year-end Top 100 Prospects list:

  • Brooks Lee (SS, No. 37),
  • Jackson Holliday (SS, No. 38)
  • Termarr Johnson (SS, No. 43)
  • Elijah Green (OF, No. 48)
  • Kevin Parada (C, No. 49)
  • Jace Jung (2B, No. 90)
  • Zach Neto (SS, No. 98).

CardLines will be publishing a breakdown of these top prospects soon, but we wanted to give our readers the complete list of the 104 players with 1st Bowman cards in 2022 Bowman Draft prior to release day.

wdt_ID Card # Player Team Position Tier
1 BD-3 William Kempner San Francisco Giants P 4
2 BD-4 Adam Mazur San Diego Padres P 4
3 BD-5 Jared McKenzie Washington Nationals OF 4
4 BD-6 Gavin Cross Kansas City Royals OF 2
5 BD-8 Connor Prielipp Minnesota Twins P 3
6 BD-9 Dominic Keegan Tampa Bay Rays 1B/C 4
7 BD-10 Blake Burkhalter Atlanta Braves P 4
8 BD-12 Cayden Wallace Kansas City Royals 3B 2
9 BD-13 Justin Boyd Cincinnati Reds OF 4
10 BD-15 Jace Jung Detroit Tigers 2B 2
11 BD-16 Sonny DiChiara Los Angeles Angels 1B 4
12 BD-17 Bryce Hubbart Cincinnati Reds P 4
13 BD-18 Zach Neto Los Angeles Angels SS 2
14 BD-21 Brandon Barriera Toronto Blue Jays P 4
15 BD-23 Elijah Green Washington Nationals OF 1
16 BD-25 Drew Thorpe New York Yankees P 4
17 BD-26 Chandler Simpson Tampa Bay Rays SS 4
18 BD-27 Dylan Lesko San Diego Padres P 2
19 BD-28 Tanner Schobel Minnesota Twins SS 4
20 BD-29 Ivan Melendez Arizona Diamondbacks 1B/3B 3
21 BD-31 Carson Palmquist Colorado Rockies P 4
22 BD-33 Reggie Crawford San Francisco Giants P 4
23 BD-34 Jordan Beck Colorado Rockies OF 3
24 BD-37 Thomas Harrington Pittsburgh Pirates P 4
25 BD-42 Mikey Romero Boston Red Sox SS 3
26 BD-43 Trystan Vrieling New York Yankees P 4
27 BD-44 Hayden Dunhurst Kansas City Royals C 4
28 BD-45 Josh Kasevich Toronto Blue Jays 3B/SS 4
29 BD-47 Kevin Parada New York Mets C 2
30 BD-48 Eric Brown Jr. Milwaukee Brewers SS 2
31 BD-49 Chase DeLauter Cleveland Guardians OF 4
32 BD-50 Sean McLain Los Angeles Dodgers 2B 4
33 BD-55 Logan Tanner Cincinnati Reds C 4
34 BD-56 Noah Schultz Chicago White Sox P 4
35 BD-67 Joe Lampe Cleveland Guardians OF 4
36 BD-71 Parker Messick Cleveland Guardians P 4
37 BD-72 Landon Sims Arizona Diamondbacks P 4
38 BD-73 Jakob Marsee San Diego Padres OF 4
39 BD-77 Nazier Mule Chicago Cubs P 4
40 BD-81 Ryan Cermak Tampa Bay Rays OF 4
41 BD-82 Robby Snelling San Diego Padres P 4
42 BD-84 Dalton Rushing Los Angeles Dodgers C 3
43 BD-85 Clark Elliott Oakland Athletics OF 4
44 BD-87 Karson Milbrandt Miami Marlins P 4
45 BD-90 Cole Phillips Atlanta Braves P 4
46 BD-92 Chase Meidroth Boston Red Sox OF/2B 4
47 BD-95 Cooper Hjerpe St. Louis Cardinals P 4
48 BD-97 Anthony Hall New York Yankees OF 4
49 BD-101 Steven Zobac Kansas City Royals P 4
50 BD-103 Hunter Barco Pittsburgh Pirates P 4
51 BD-109 Ben Joyce Los Angeles Angels P 4
52 BD-112 Cole Young Seattle Mariners SS 3
53 BD-113 Justin Campbell Cleveland Guardians P 4
54 BD-114 Jud Fabian Baltimore Orioles OF 3
55 BD-117 Alex McFarlane Philadelphia Phillies P 4
56 BD-118 Troy Melton Detroit Tigers P 4
57 BD-119 Henry Williams San Diego Padres P 4
58 BD-120 Michael Knorr Houston Astros P 4
59 BD-121 Henry Bolte Oakland Athletics OF 3
60 BD-122 Sal Stewart Cincinnati Reds 3B 3
61 BD-124 Brycen Mautz St. Louis Cardinals P 4
62 BD-125 Ignacio Alvarez Atlanta Braves 3B 4
63 BD-126 JR Ritchie Atlanta Braves P 4
64 BD-128 Pete Hansen St. Louis Cardinals P 4
65 BD-130 Termarr Johnson Pittsburgh Pirates SS 1
66 BD-131 Robert Moore Milwaukee Brewers 2B 4
67 BD-132 Jacob Misiorowski Milwaukee Brewers P 3
68 BD-135 Jacob Melton Houston Astros OF 3
69 BD-136 Ryan Ritter Colorado Rockies SS 4
70 BD-138 Andrew Pintar Arizona Diamondbacks SS 4
71 BD-140 Kenya Huggins Cincinnati Reds P 4
72 BD-141 Jake Bennett Washington Nationals P 4
73 BD-142 Gabriel Rincones Philadelphia Phillies OF 3
74 BD-143 Lamar King Jr. San Diego Padres C 4
75 BD-145 Owen Murphy Atlanta Braves P 3
76 BD-151 Gabriel Hughes Colorado Rockies P 4
77 BD-152 Drew Gilbert Houston Astros OF 3
78 BD-153 Brooks Lee Minnesota Twins SS 1
79 BD-154 Jack Brannigan Pittsburgh Pirates P 4
80 BD-157 Tres Gonzalez Pittsburgh Pirates OF 4
81 BD-160 Dylan Beavers Baltimore Orioles OF 3
82 BD-163 Nate Savino Arizona Diamondbacks P 4
83 BD-164 Kumar Rocker Texas Rangers P 2
84 BD-165 Nick Biddison Los Angeles Dodgers OF 4
85 BD-168 Jackson Holliday Baltimore Orioles SS 1
86 BD-172 Mason Barnett Kansas City Royals P 4
87 BD-174 Jackson Cox Colorado Rockies P 4
88 BD-176 Michael Kennedy Pittsburgh Pirates P 4
89 BD-177 Peyton Pallette Chicago White Sox P 4
90 BD-178 Jimmy Crooks III St. Louis Cardinals C 4
91 BD-180 Jonathan Cannon Chicago White Sox P 4
92 BD-182 Nate Furman Cleveland Guardians 2B 4
93 BD-183 Jordan Sprinkle Chicago White Sox SS 4
94 BD-184 Trevor Martin Tampa Bay Rays P 4
95 BD-185 Christopher Paciolla Chicago Cubs 3B/SS 4
96 BD-187 Walter Ford Seattle Mariners P 4
97 BD-190 Jett Williams New York Mets OF/SS 3
98 BD-191 Dylan Ray Arizona Diamondbacks P 4
99 BD-193 Cade Horton Chicago Cubs P 4
100 BD-194 Alex Freeland Los Angeles Dodgers 3B/SS 4
101 BD-195 Jacob Miller Miami Marlins P 4
102 BD-196 Brenner Cox Washington Nationals OF 4
103 BD-197 Trey Lipscomb Washington Nationals 3B 4
104 BD-200 Cutter Coffey Boston Red Sox SS 4
Card # Player Team Position Tier


Tier 1: 1st Bowman prospects worth ripping for in 2022 Bowman Draft.

Elijah Green, OF in Washington Nationals organization (#BD-23)

Age: 19 | Bats: R | Throws: R | ETA: 2027

  • Baseball America Grades: Hit: 50 | Power: 70 | Speed: 70 | Field: 55 | Arm: 60 | Overall: 60
  • #48 prospect in MLB by Baseball America
Season (Age)NameLevelG2BHRRBIBB%K%BAOBPSLG
2022 (18)Elijah GreenRk1242911.5%40.4%.302.404.535

Elijah Green has the most exciting tools of any 1st Bowman prospect in 2022 Bowman Draft. He has elite power and speed, with many scouts calling him one of the most dynamic athletes they’ve seen in years. He crushes pitches to all parts of the field, showcases blazing speed on the base paths, and plays above average defense.

His brief stint in rookie ball was as advertised, with Green going deep in his first professional game. The drawback in his game is his propensity to strike out. He exposed this weakness in his professional debut, striking out 21 times in 12 games. This makes him a high-risk investment, but one that’s hard not to gamble on when considering his raw talent and elite tools.

The son of 10-year NFL tight end Eric Green, Elijah’s physicality would stand out on a football field and is almost unheard of on the baseball field at his age. At 6-foot-3, 214 pounds, Green has tremendous strength and power currently and would look right at home standing next to the top sluggers in baseball as an 18-year-old…While other hitters in this class might top Green as a pure hitter, you won’t find anyone with his combination of dynamic athleticism, power, speed and pure upside.

Baseball America

Termarr Johnson, SS in Pittsburgh Pirates organization (#BD-130)

Age: 18 | Bats: L | Throws: R | ETA: 2027

  • Baseball America Grades: Hit: 70 | Power: 60 | Speed: 50 | Field: 50 | Arm: 50 | Overall: 60
  • #43 prospect in MLB by Baseball America
Season (Age)NameLevelG2BHRSBBB%K%BAOBPSLG
2022 (18)Termarr JohnsonRk&A2361619.5%25.6%.222.366.365

Termarr Johnson has a long list of impressive comparisons to baseball greats. MLB Pipeline notes one scout saying he has the “combination of Wade Boggs’ plate discipline and Vladimir Guerrero Sr.’s bat-to-ball skills.” Baseball America notes he is “one of the most advanced pure hitters to come out of high school since perhaps Joe Mauer in 2001.” Last, FanGraphs likens his left-handed swing to Bryce Harper’s.

These lofty comparisons set a high bar, but the consensus is that Johnson’s plus-plus (70) hit tool comes with plus (60) power. Scouts believe he’s an elite contact hitter with the potential for 25-30 home runs at his peak. Johnson also has an infectious personality and passion, making Pittsburgh’s future double-play duo of Oneil Cruz and Termarr Johnson one of the most exciting in recent memory.

Johnson is one of the best top-of-the-class high school prospects the industry has seen in years. He’s a shortstop who probably moves to second base at the next level and is close to physically maxed out, but he’s also one of the most advanced pure hitters to come out of high school since perhaps Joe Mauer in 2001. Johnson manipulates his bat from the left side of the plate like a magic wand, equally capable of turning on mid-90s velocity and showing 60-grade power to the pull or sitting back and slapping a breaking ball or off-speed offering through the 5-6 hole for a softly hit single… Johnson is a long way away—he will still be 18 years old on Opening Day—but his brief pro debut teased his potential as an impact big league hitter for both average and power.

Baseball America

Brooks Lee, SS in Minnesota Twins organization (#BD-153)

Age: 21 | Bats: S | Throws: R | ETA: 2025

  • Baseball America Grades: Hit: 70 | Power: 50 | Speed: 40 | Field: 50 | Arm: 55 | Overall: 60
  • #37 prospect in MLB by Baseball America
Season (Age)NameLevelG2BHRRBIBB%K%BAOBPSLG
2022 (21)Brooks LeeRk&A31641511.5%14.4%.303.389.451

Brooks Lee is the oldest player in the top tier, having attended Cal Poly after being drafted in the 35th round of the 2019 Draft. (For what it’s worth, he was a top prep player in 2019 and would’ve gone higher if it wasn’t for his desire to play for his father at Cal Poly.) Lee hit .351/.426/.647 while playing shortstop for the Division I Mustangs.

The switch hitter has a contact-focused approach that drives his plus-plus hit tool, but he’s flashed a surprising amount of power that’s average at-worst. Scouts were not optimistic he’d stick at shortstop, and with the Twins re-signing Carlos Correa it appears Lee will slot in nicely at third base. He’s the closest player to the big leagues and carries the lowest risk in the top tier.

Lee is a switch-hitter who has hit everywhere he has played. His lefthanded swing is a work of art. His righthanded swing isn’t as fluid or powerful, but he has the hand-eye coordination to make consistent contact and spray balls around the field. He has elite strike-zone discipline, crushes fastballs and drives pitches in all parts of the zone, projecting as a potential plus-plus hitter.

Baseball America

Jackson Holliday, SS in Baltimore Orioles organization (#BD-168)

Age: 19 | Bats: L | Throws: R | ETA: 2027

  • Baseball America Grades: Hit: 60 | Power: 55 | Speed: 60 | Field: 60 | Arm: 60 | Overall: 65
  • #38 prospect in MLB by Baseball America
Season (Age)NameLevelG2BHRSBBB%K%BAOBPSLG
2022 (18)Jackson HollidayRk&A2051427.8%13.3%.297.489.422

Jackson Holliday, son of 7-time All Star Matt Holliday, was the first overall pick in the 2022 Draft. He broke all kinds of records throughout his high school career that culminated with the honor of Baseball America’s High School Player of the Year. Holliday’s smooth lefty swing generates good bat speed, hard contact, and above-average power.

Holliday hit velocity well and showed exceptional plate discipline in his first taste of professional baseball. Four of his five tools grade out as plus, but there’s still time for Holliday to get stronger and develop plus power. Even without it, it’s easy to envision him as an All-Star shortstop.

Holliday’s draft-year improvement only made what could be an elite offensive future even clearer. Defensively, he’s a true shortstop with all the skills and instincts to play the position at a plus level, with a plus arm and plus speed as well… If Holliday ends up being the Orioles’ last high first-round pick in a while, they’ll be glad to have his all-star potential in the organization. He has the talent, mindset and work ethic to get there.

Baseball America

Tier 2: 1st Bowman prospects I’m cautiously optimistic about in 2022 Bowman Draft.

Gavin Cross, OF in Kansas City Royals organization (#BD-6)

Cayden Wallace, 3B in Kansas City Royals organization (#BD-12)

Jace Jung, 2B in Detroit Tigers organization (#BD-15)

Zach Neto, SS in Los Angeles Angels organization (#BD-18)

Dylan Lesco, SP in San Diego Padres organization (#BD-27)

Kevin Parada, C in New York Mets organization (#BD-47)

Eric Brown Jr., SS in Milwaukee Brewers organization (#BD-48)

Kumar Rocker, SP in Texas Rangers organization (#BD-164)


Tier 3: 1st Bowman prospects with a higher risk than the potential reward in 2022 Bowman Draft.

Connor Prielipp, P in Minnesota Twins organization (#BD-8)

Ivan Melendez, 1B/3B in Arizona Diamondbacks organization (#BD-29)

Jordan Beck, OF in Colorado Rockies organization (#BD-34)

Mikey Romero, SS in Boston Red Sox organization (#BD-42)

Dalton Rushing, C in Los Angeles Dodgers organization (#BD-84)

Cole Young, SS in Seattle Mariners organization (#BD-112)

Jud Fabian, OF in Baltimore Orioles organization (#BD-114)

Henry Bolte, OF in Oakland Athletics organization (#BD-121)

Sal Stewart, 3B in Cincinnati Reds organization (#BD-122)

Jacob, Misiorowski, SP in Milwaukee Brewers organization (#BD-132)

Jacob Melton, OF in Houston Astros organization (#BD-135)

Gabriel Rincones, OF in Philadelphia Phillies organization (#BD-142)

Owen Murphy, SP in Atlanta Braves organization (#BD-145)

Drew Gilbert, OF in Houston Astros organization (#BD-152)

Dylan Beavers, OF in Baltimore Orioles organization (#BD-160)

Jett Williams, OF/SS in New York Mets organization (#BD-190)


Tier 4: 1st Bowman prospects with currently little to no value in the hobby/publicly available data in 2022 Bowman Draft.

William Kempner, P in San Francisco Giants organization (#BD-3)

Adam Mazur, SP in San Diego Padres organization (#BD-4)

Jared McKenzie, OF in Washington Nationals organization (#BD-5)

Dominic Keegan, 1B/C in Tampa Bay Rays organization (#BD-9)

Blake Burkhalter, P in Atlanta Braves organization (#BD-10)

Justin Boyd, OF in Cincinnati Reds organization (#BD-13)

Sonny DiChiara, 1B in Los Angeles Angels organization (#BD-16)

Bryce Hubbart , P in Cincinnati Reds organization (#BD-17)

Brandon Barriera, P in Toronto Blue Jays organization (#BD213)

Drew Thorpe, SP in New York Yankees organization (#BD-25)

Chandler Simpson, SS in Tampa Bay Rays organization (#BD-26)

Tanner Schobel, SS in Minnesota Twins organization (#BD-28)

Carson Palmquist, P in Colorado Rockies organization (#BD-31)

Reggie Crawford, P in San Francisco Giants organization (#BD-33)

Thomas Harrington, SP in Pittsburgh Pirates organization (#BD-37)

Trystan Vrieling, SP in New York Yankees organization (#BD-43)

Hayden Dunhurst, C in Kansas City Royals organization (#BD-44)

Josh Kasevich, 3B/SS in Toronto Blue Jays organization (#BD-45)

Chase DeLauter, OF in Cleveland Guardians organization (#BD-49)

Sean McLain, 2B in Los Angeles Dodgers organization (#BD-50)

Logan Tanner, C in Cincinnati Reds organization (#BD-55)

Noah Schultz, SP in Chicago White Sox organization (#BD-56)

Joe Lampe, OF in Cleveland Guardians organization (#BD-67)

Parker Messick, SP in Cleveland Guardians organization (#BD-71)

Landon Sims, P in Arizona Diamondbacks organization (#BD-72)

Jakob Marsee, OF in San Diego Padres organization (#BD-73)

Nazier Mule, P in Chicago Cubs organization (#BD-77)

Ryan Cermak, OF in Tampa Bay Rays organization (#BD-81)

Robby Snelling, SP in San Diego Padres organization (#BD-82)

Clark Elliott, OF in Oakland Athletics organization (#BD-85)

Karson Milbrandt, SP in Miami Marlins organization (#BD-87)

Cole Phillips, SP in Atlanta Braves organization (#BD-90)

Chase Meidroth, OF/2B in Boston Red Sox organization (#BD-92)

Cooper Hjerpe, SP in St. Louis Cardinals organization (#BD-95)

Anthony Hall, OF in New York Yankees organization (#BD-97)

Steven Zobac, P in Kansas City Royals organization (#BD-101)

Hunter Barco, SP in Pittsburgh Pirates organization (#BD-103)

Ben Joyce, P in Los Angeles Angels organization (#BD-109)

Justin Campbell, SP in Cleveland Guardians organization (#BD-113)

Alex McFarlane, P in Philadelphia Phillies organization (#BD-117)

Troy Melton, P in Detroit Tigers organization (#BD-118)

Henry Williams, SP in San Diego Padres organization (#BD-119)

Michael Knorr, SP in Houston Astros organization (#BD-120)

Brycen Mautz, SP in St. Louis Cardinals organization (#BD-124)

Ignacio Alvarez, 3B in Atlanta Braves organization (#BD-125)

JR Ritchie, SP in Atlanta Braves organization (#BD-126)

Pete Hansen, SP in St. Louis Cardinals organization (#BD-128)

Robert Moore, 2B in Milwaukee Brewers organization (#BD-131)

Ryan Ritter, SS in Colorado Rockies organization (#BD-136)

Andrew Pintar, SS in Arizona Diamondbacks organization (#BD-138)

Kenya Huggins, SP in Cincinnati Reds organization (#BD-140)

Jake Bennett, SP in Washington Nationals organization (#BD-141)

Lamar King Jr., C in San Diego Padres organization (#BD-143)

Gabriel Hughes, SP in Colorado Rockies organization (#BD-151)

Jack Brannigan, P in Pittsburgh Pirates organization (#BD-154)

Tres Gonzalez, OF in Pittsburgh Pirates organization (#BD-157)

Nate Savino, SP in Arizona Diamondbacks organization (#BD-163)

Nick Biddison, OF in Los Angeles Dodgers organization (#BD-165)

Mason Barnett, P in Kansas City Royals organization (#BD-172)

Jackson Cox, SP in Colorado Rockies organization (#BD-174)

Michael Kennedy, SP in Pittsburgh Pirates organization (#BD-176)

Peyton Pallette, SP in Chicago White Sox organization (#BD-177)

Jimmy Crooks III, C in St. Louis Cardinals organization (#BD-178)

Jonathan Cannon, SP in Chicago White Sox organization (#BD-180)

Nate Furman, 2B in Cleveland Guardians organization (#BD-182)

Jordan Sprinkle, SS in Chicago White Sox organization (#BD-183)

Trevor Martin, P in Tampa Bay Rays organization (#BD-184)

Christopher Paciolla, 3B/SS in Chicago Cubs organization (#BD-185)

Walter Ford, SP in Seattle Mariners organization (#BD-187)

Dylan Ray, P in Arizona Diamondbacks organization (#BD-191)

Cade Horton, SP in Chicago Cubs organization (#BD-193)

Alex Freeland, 3B in Los Angeles Dodgers organization (#BD-194)

Jacob Miller, SP in Miami Marlins organization (#BD-195)

Brenner Cox, OF in Washington Nationals organization (#BD-196)

Trey Lipscomb, 3B in Washington Nationals organization (#BD-197)

Cutter Coffey, SS in Boston Red Sox organization (#BD-200)