The first 2025 Tennessee player rankings are here. Let’s take a look at the bright spots in the first installment. Devin Hall Devin Hall 6'0" | CG Cordova | 2025 State TN ‘s potential The 6-foot-0 combo guard played a…
The first 2025 Tennessee player rankings are here.
Let’s take a look at the bright spots in the first installment.
Devin Hall Devin Hall 6'0" | CG Cordova | 2025 State TN ‘s potential
The 6-foot-0 combo guard played a lot of minutes last season as a freshman, showing flashes of being a face of the 2025 class. Hall showed strides over the summer at the BCAT Team Camp. He displayed his ability to push the basketball in transition and finish with contact at the rim. Hall’s ball handles are tighter than they were a season ago. He comes in at No. 18 and is still scratching the surface. Hall is still coming into his own.
Another CG to watch for
Tyler Jones is another bright spot in this class as a combo guard. At 6-2, Jones is effective on and off the ball. He can make the right reads and knock down shots from the perimeter. Jones plays with a lot of energy on both ends of the floor. Yeah, it’s too early to say how his sophomore season will go, but if Jones plays like he did at the BCAT Team Camp, there will be more positives than negatives for the talented prospect.
Capps has top 5 talent
Cade Capps, a 6-5 wing, comes in at No. 3 and he’s worthy of that position. Capps is a sniper on the offensive end. He can score from different areas on the floor. Capps has a nice shooting touch and can put the basketball on the floor. He’s difficult to guard because of his lengthy arms. If Capps can average, at least, 25 points per game, for the 2022 season plus lead Stone Memorial to Murfreeboro, Tennessee, there’s no reason he shouldn’t be a 3A Mr. Basketball finalist.
Sidney belongs inside the top 15
Myles Sidney came in at No. 11, which is reasonable. At 6-5, he loves to rebound and contest shots. Sidney showed his ability to make shots from the perimeter over the summer while playing for Team Thad 15U. The rising sophomore runs the floor well in transition and finishes with force at the rim.
Royston has top 10 talent
Royston fits well with his high school teammate, Tyler Jones, because he’s a pass-first floor general, which is a trait Royston has to have if he wants to be a pure point guard. The 6-4 playmaker sees the floor very well. Royston knows where his teammates are on the floor. He takes more quality shots than bad ones. Royston came in at No. 16, and is worthy of top 10 consideration.