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Davis, Jaden Smith and Sasha and Malia Obama are among the most-influential teens in the world.

Whitney Gaspard
Oct, 13, 2014

Mo’ne Davis has earned the top spot on Time Magazine’s "25 Most Influential Teens of 2014" list.

The 13-year-old Little Leaguer gained nationwide attention this summer after leading her Philadelphia team to the Little League World Series thanks to her 70 mph fastball. All eyes are on Davis in hopes that she will encourage more girls to join the sport.

First daughters Malia, 13, and Sasha Obama, 16, are also on the list as social and fashion trendsetters. “[Malia’s] appearance at Chicago’s Lollapalooza Music Festival caused almost as much of a stir as the musicians themselves,” writes Sarah Begley.

Jaden Smith is applauded for being the “Confucius of the Internet age." The 16-year-old is an overall renaissance man, dabbling in music, and acting (he is one of the highest-paid child actors in Hollywood).

Among others named on the list are Malala Yousafzai, the youngest-ever recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize; Bethany Mota, an 18-year-old YouTube vlogger with over 7.4 million subscribers and 15-year-old Erik Finman who created a video chat tutoring website for kids who want to expand their schooling curriculum.