On Monday evening we released our updated Prep Hoops Indiana Class of 2025 prospect rankings. If you haven’t done so yet, make sure to check them out. Now that the initial release is behind us it is time to continue diving…
On Monday evening we released our updated Prep Hoops Indiana Class of 2025 prospect rankings. If you haven’t done so yet, make sure to check them out. Now that the initial release is behind us it is time to continue diving deeper into the rankings and highlight some stock-risers, new names, and more. We began with six prospects who made the biggest jump in the rankings since our last update. The rising sophomore class always experiences more moving other other classes so there are some big jumps to highlight here! Let’s dive on in to five more names that really improved their spot in the Prep Hoops Indiana rankings.
Leading the way for a very successful DI Indiana-Gizzi 2025 team, this 6’3″ was one of the best pure scorers on the Prep Hoops Circuit. Gizzi is very skilled with the ball in his hands and score in a wide variety of ways. He’s a good outside shooter, creates his own shot off of the bounce, and has the strength to finish through contact around the basket. The New Palestine guard made the jump from the Watch List to #36 overall in the state.
This long, athletic 6’1″ guard was part of a Team Teague 2025 team that went undefeated throughout the Prep Hoops Circuit. Mark is a smooth left-hander that is a good playmaker, can knock down outside shots, and is really dangerous in transition. He is a great athlete and his length makes him really good in the passing lanes defensively as well. Mark jumped to #40 overall in the state after being on the Watch List previously.
Horvath is an extremely skilled guard that helped to lead EG10 2025 to a great summer on the Prep Hoops Circuit. He’s a great outside shooter, creates off of the dribble, and has good court vision as well. As he continues to get bigger and stronger he will have a chance to be one of the best pure scorers in the class. He’s now ranked #42 overall in the Prep Hoops Indiana rankings.
At 6’7″ this forward certainly has the size and length at his age to be a problem around the basket. Raasch is a good rim protector defensively, is very mobile going end-to-end, and rebounds his area well. Offensively he has displayed good finishing ability and some face-up game out to the mid-range. Really high-upside prospect coming off a great summer with the highly success Indiana Elite Team Indiana 2025 group that played well on the Adidas Gold Gauntlet. Now ranked #57 overall in the class.
Jewell is really quick getting downhill to the rim and has some explosiveness at the end of his drives to get up around the rim to finish. Plays with some physicality and has good length. The 6’0″ guard can play either spot in the backcourt with his mixture of playmaking and shooting ability. Jewell is now ranked #64 overall in the Prep Hoops Indiana Class of 2025 Top 100.