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 two of the point and combo guards rankings.
12)| 5’10” PG | Blue Ridge (#25 Overall)
Hairston is one of a number of new faces at Blue Ridge this year, and during the fall he’s shown he could get a lot of time with the ball in his hands this year. While he’s young he plays with a lot of poise and has a great feel for the game, he can touch the paint and makes good decisions when the defense collapses and in transition and he’s able to score the ball in a number of different ways too.
11)| 6’3” CG | Spotswood (#24 Overall)
It has now been close to a decade since Spotswood has been led by a Pacheco, and by the time the youngest leaves it will have been that. The 6’3” combo guard is highly skilled and is likely still growing physically, he’s excellent in the pick-and-roll and makes good decisions with the ball and he’s a knock down shooter from deep off the catch and off the bounce.
10)| 5’9” PG | Lancaster (#23 Overall)
Henderson is already making a big time impact at the high school level and in AAU after a great summer leading 3SSB champion Team Loaded VA 15U, and he’ll be in conversation for an All State Class 1 selection. The 5’9” lead guard is as smooth as they come as he can get almost anywhere on the court off the bounce, he can create space and make shots from deep and he’s a good on ball defender too.
9)| 5’8” PG | Highland School (#19 Overall)
Gorham is part of a talented young Highland group and will be one to watch in the next few years as he continues to grow and develop. While he isn’t the biggest guy on the floor he’s lightning quick and changes speeds well of the bounce, he can create space to get open looks and has deadly range off the catch and off the bounce and he can set the tone and make plays on both ends of the floor.
8)| 5’10” PG | Woodside (#18 Overall)
Stevens is looking like one of the top young guards in the 757 so far, and he’s only scratching the surface with how good he can be moving forward. He has jets on him as he is lightning quick in transition and has a quick first step to blow by defenders, he is a very good finisher over bigger defenders and can score from multiple levels and he’s a lock down full court defender on the ball too.
7)| 6’0” PG | Oak Hill Academy (#16 Overall)
Walker may have to wait his turn at Oak Hill as they have a lot of talented young guards on their team, but don’t get it confused he’s one of the best young players in the state already. He’s a super shifty guard who is dynamite off the bounce and can create in pick-and-rolls and in isolation situations, he can score the ball from all over the floor and he has great feel on both ends of the floor.