Class of 2025 Rankings: Stock Risers
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Here is a list of a few players in the rankings to watch this year. Tyler Engelson ID #13 PG #3 HEIGHT 6'0" POS PG CLASS 2025 View Profile Tyler Engelson Twitter State: Idaho School: Priest River Club: Seattle Rotary…
Here is a list of a few players in the rankings to watch this year.
One of the best PG’s in the Class of 2025 that has been putting up some impressive numbers. Tyler has shown some promise as a young player playing the right way. He gets out on the break and he is not chasing the ball trying to get touches, he is letting the game come to him and he is making the right decisions. Shooting wise he can be off the ball as he is a great shooter. That great shooting then trickles over to him getting some good looks at the rim. Tyler will be a stock riser in this class, stay tuned for his progress.
I do not think this kid gets enough credit for his quick first step and good shot making ability. He has good positional size right now. Super solid jab game as he has some fundamentals that allow him to get ope on a catch and shoot because he is always catch and shoot ready. On the defensive end he gets low and moves his feet as he keeps defenders in front most times. Alex is a legit three-point threat out in the perimeter. Athletic ability is there as he can get above the rim.
Raw project out at Eagle High School who is starting to really make headway with his development. This kid would be an amazing find for an NWAC school that has a good track record developing bigs because he is big but raw. The thing that does help his recruiting is that he is only a sophomore. The size he posses is a game changer as these players with height do not grow on trees. You will need to stay tuned as we evaluate him more through the year.
Marcellus is a dynamic low to the ground hooper that has a great motor. His finishing ability is superb. He knows how to stay low to the ground and time his finishes as he beats people with his lays or can get into their bodies and absorb contact. He comes off of screens hard and is a good shooter out in the perimeter. He has some hesi-moves that get him on those straight line drives. Really like his jab game. Good defender that can lock up and stay locked in , especially on the ball.
Lefty slinger that can get going from deep. Has a non traditional release but he makes some tough buckets. He can get going off the bounce and he can finish those tough in-between runners. Good size right now and he is likely to end up around 6’5 or so in the next year as his older brother seemed to have grown quickly one summer. Gets good minutes and is always looking to attack. Defensively he holds his own and plays the passing lanes.