We recently updated our class of 2025 rankings in the state of VA, and now that we have we’ll give you our positional rankings and look at what makes these prospects worthy of being recognized. Here’s a look at part…
We recently updated our class of 2025 rankings in the state of VA, and now that we have we’ll give you our positional rankings and look at what makes these prospects worthy of being recognized. Here’s a look at part one of the power forward and center rankings.
10)| 6’8” C | Madison (#31 Overall)
Norton transferred to Madison from PVI who was just too stacked in the front court, and he’s already shown this fall that he’s going to be one of the top players in the NOVA public school scene immediately. The 6’8” big will likely move up this list as we’ve seen his ability to get up and down the floor and play above the rim, he can stretch the floor with his shooting ability from deep and he still has a lot of room to get better moving forward.
9)| 6’6” PF | Green Run (#27 Overall)
Miller is an intriguing player in the 757 to keep an eye on and should have a breakout sophomore season for a talented Green Run team that compete for a Beach District title. The 6’6” forward has the build and strength of a big but is a walking mismatch as he has good ball skills on the perimeter and can make shots from deep, he can bang in the post for rebounds and finish through traffic and he impacts the game in a number of different ways.
8)| 6’7” C | St. Stephen’s St. Agnes (#22 Overall)
Jacobs recently reclassified to the 2025 class and he’s looking like a cornerstone piece for SSSAS to build around moving forward. The 6’7” center is a strong post player who has good hands and feet in the paint and good touch around the rim, he can get up and down the floor and is becoming more athletic as he grows into his body and he’s consistently productive in a number of ways.
7)| 6’8” PF | Colgan (#20 Overall)
Ament is a new name on this list that could shoot up the rankings as he has shown a lot of skillset and potential moving forward as he continues to grow and fill out. At 6’8” he’s a very good shooter from deep with a quick release and little to no load time, he can put it on the deck and start the break and get to the rim and score it and he uses his length to make plays on the defensive end and on the glass too.
6)| 6’8” PF | Woodside (#12 Overall)
Barksdale is a fast rising prospect in the 757 who has a ton of upside moving forward with his length, athleticism and mobility on both ends of the floor. He runs the floor hard and gets up and down with guards for easy scoring opportunities, he can catch tough passes in the paint and rebounds well in traffic on both ends of the floor and he has shown decent touch meaning he could extend his range moving forward.