This afternoon we published our updated Class of 2025 prospect rankings. By now you are familiar with the names who have remained at the top list for a year or more. Names like five-star recruits Shareef Jackson Shareef Jackson 6'7"…
This afternoon we published our updated Class of 2025 prospect rankings. By now you are familiar with the names who have remained at the top list for a year or more. Names like five-star recruits Shareef Jackson Shareef Jackson 6'7" | PF Roman Catholic | 2025 State PA and Jaron McKie Jaron McKie 6'1" | CG St. Joseph's Prep | 2025 State PA .
So today we will dig deeper into the Pennsylvania Class of 2025 rankings and review six players who used the July grassroots circuit as well as the August camps and showcases to increase their recruiting stock significantly.
Below are six southeastern Pennsylvania 2025 stock risers you need to keep an eye on for the remainder of “fall ball” events and into the 2022-23 high school season.
38 to 31… Cameron Wallace Cameron Wallace 6'4" | CG Westtown School | 2025 State PA – 6’4” / Westtown School / K-Low Elite / Wing: The move to Westtown has paid immediate dividends for Wallace. Now that his running with elite teammates, Wallace proved during June live period that he is a tremendous facilitator. This athletic and quick highflyer is a transition game phenom, who can distribute to a teammate or dunk on an opponent. In the half-court he can score off the bounce or by slashing to the rim for a catch and lay-in. Plus, Wallace owns fantastic court vision. On the defensive end, Wallace’s size, speed, and length, allow him to guard 1 through 4.
55 to 41… Ben Rill Ben Rill 6'8" | PF Central York | 2025 State PA – 6’9″ / Central York / York Ballers / Power Forward: Rill is another prospect who benefited from a change of scenery. The move to York Ballers for the summer circuit elevated Rill to a top offensive option. This versatile lefty with a feathery touch immediately took advantage of his increased touches by posting monster weekends at marquee summer events. Double doubles became the norm for Rill during the July live period. Rill’s height, wingspan, handles, foot speed and shooting allow him to operate as an inside / outside threat.
90 to 80… Saaid Lee Saaid Lee 5'9" | PG Bonner & Prendergast | 2025 State PA – 5’9” / Bonner & Prendergast / Philly Pride National / Point Guard: This fleet footed lead guard used his elusive handles and three level scoring abilities to simply destroy the competition on the July grassroots scene. In addition to getting buckets, Lee can penetrate the paint, then drop a pass to a waiting big or kick out to an open three-point shooter. His stop and pop skills are an underrated part of his game. Lee is also an intense defender who will guard for 94 feet.
103 to 88… Jay Chiles Jay Chiles 6'0" | CG Friends Select | 2025 State PA – 5’11″ / Imhotep Charter / BW Elite / Combo Guard: What jumps out you right away with Chiles (pic above) is this poise he plays with, especially considering he is only a sophomore. This kid never gets sped up. In addition to poise, Chiles possesses tight dribbles, tremendous court vision and an automatic jumper. This lefty does an impressive job of blowing past his man to get into the lane and then unleashing a floater for a bucket. His outstanding performances at July grassroots events really turned heads.
124 to 113… Nasir Williams Nasir Williams CG Sankofa Freedom Academy | 2025 State PA – 5’11” / Sankofa Freedom / NEBC Elite / Point Guard: Williams’ stock began to rise with his extraordinary performances at June’s Philly HS Live II. During that event he posted a pair of 20-point games. Then Williams took to the July grassroots circuit and continued to score in bunches via dribble drive lay-ins and the 3-ball. Because of his exceptional speed and quick decision making, Williams can pilot the fast break at an elite level. At the other end, Williams rebounds extremely well for a guard.
221 to 198…Jahrel Vigo – 6’1” / Allentown Central Catholic / Team Final Red / Combo Guard: Vigo’s astonishing summer began at June’s Philly HS Live events, ran through the July circuit and then into the Hoop Group Future All-American Camp in August. Vigo is a fast and physical guard who can play through contact. When he gets to the tin, he can also avoid contact with a variety of creative finishing moves. Vigo owns surprising hops, so he can finish over defenders as well. The left-handed Vigo is capable of draining threes from all around the arc.