The new PrepHoops C/O 2025 rankings have been released! This is the first official rankings for this class, and the anticipation has been building for some time. The class is deep and features several players with size, length, and skill.…
The new PrepHoops C/O 2025 rankings have been released! This is the first official rankings for this class, and the anticipation has been building for some time. The class is deep and features several players with size, length, and skill. Perhaps no position embodies that more than the wing spot. In this article, we take a look at the top wings in the class.
Chris Nwuli Chris Nwuli 6'7" | SF Bishop Gorman | 2025 UT 6’6 SF Bishop Gorman (#2) (featured image) – What’s not to love about Nwuli. He has size, skill, athleticism and plays with a ridiculous motor. Although only a freshman, he’s one of the state’s top R&J athletes. He plays for one of the top programs in the country, however as the season progresses it may be impossible to keep the young stud off the floor.
Tremayne Anderson Tremayne Anderson 6'6" | SF Cenntennial | 2025 State NV 6’5 SF Bonanza (#5) – Anderson has been one of the state’s top players since middle school. It’s easy to see why. With his length and skill, the wing can impact the game in a variety of ways. He does a good job of being active on the defensive end and has the ball skills to turn his defense into offense after a steal.
Andrew Miller Andrew Miller 6'3" | SF Palo Verde | 2025 UT 6’3 SG Palo Verde (#6) – Miller is an explosive scorer with good 1 v 1 skills. The wing has a quick first step, which allows him to blow by defenders and get into the lane. He uses his vertical jump to raise up and shoot over the top of defenders. Miller is most effective when he can get out and play in transition.
Mason Abittan Mason Abittan 6'6" | SF Red Rock Academy | 2025 State NV 6’4 SF Coronado (#7) – Abittan is one of the top shooters in the class. I got to see a lot of the guard during the prephoops next circuit last spring, and one thing is clear, he can score the ball. Abittan is effective in catch-and-shoot action, but also has the size to score around the paint.
CJ Shaw CJ Shaw 6'3" | SG Mojave | 2025 State NV 6’3 SG Mojave (#9) – A gained a lot of respect for Shaw this weekend because of his defensive efforts. The 6’3 guard showed that he can defend both backcourt spots effectively. He’s long and it gives him an advantage not only on the defensive end, but also when battling for boards, or finishing over defenders.
Zak Abdalla Zak Abdalla 5'11" | SG Foothill | 2025 State NV 5’11 SG Foothill (#10) – It’s his toughness that does it for me. Abdalla played his best against some of the best teams on the Prephoops Next circuit. He’s one of the good at every not great at any type player. Abdalla shoots it well and can put it on the floor, however, it’s his willingness to do anything his squad needs that makes him valuable.
Julius Robinson Julius Robinson 5'11" | SG Silverado | 2025 State NV 5’11 SG Silverado (#13) – Robinson is quick with a good frame. The lefty is one of the top downhill drivers in the class and is already able to finish through contact. He should see minutes as a freshman for the Skyhawks so don’t be surprised if he is one of the leading freshmen scorers this year.