Recruiting Radar: 2025 Prospects To Know
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Which 2025 prospects should college programs know? Juan Guerrero Hernandez Juan Guerrero Hernandez 6'3" | CG Grafton | 2025 State WI — SF — Grafton Guerrero Hernandez is brimming with talent, and I don’t think it will be long until…
Which 2025 prospects should college programs know?
— SF — Grafton
Guerrero Hernandez is brimming with talent, and I don’t think it will be long until top college programs take a look at the Grafton small forward. Guerrero Hernandez checks many boxes as a prospect. He is long, athletic, skilled, and tough on both ends of the court. The SF has put up some incredible numbers this season. I look forward to watching him play this AAU season.
— SF — Dominican
I have a feeling that Womack is going to make a big impact at the next level. Playing for a young, talented Dominican team, Womack is scoring 19.9 points per game to go along with 6.6 rebounds. On the offensive end of the court, Womack can get buckets in many different ways. He makes outside shots and uses his size well to finish in the paint. Look out for Womack moving forward, he is nowhere near his best form.
— SG — Wauwatosa West
I really like what Hansen brings to the table. The shooting guard is a true three level scorer. When things get stagnant in the halfcourt, Wauwatosa West can count on Hansen to get a bucket. He is a smooth shooter from beyond the arc, shifty in the midrange, and reliable around the paint. Hansen has posted solid numbers this season. If he can take his efficiency to another level, Hansen will truly be a top college prospect.
— SF — Verona
Murphy was effective as a freshman for Verona. But now, the small forward has taken his game to another level. He is scoring just under 20 points per game on great efficiency. On the offensive end of the court, Murphy is versatile and smart. Even though he is a younger prospect, his game is very mature and developed. Expect Murphy to continue to make some noise this season.
— SG — Kaukauna
After watching Van Kauwenberg play this past summer for Wisconsin Crusaders, I am certainly on his bandwagon. The Kaukauna shooting guard is a knockdown shooter from deep and also very good in the midrange. He does have a lot of developing left to do, but because of his shooting ability, Van Kawenberg has the potential to develop into a top tier scorer.
— SG — Milwaukee Academy Of Science
Batemon has proven himself to be one of the very best prospects in Wisconsin’s 2025 class. The shooting guard has a prototypical build for a guard. He stands at 6-foot-1 and is very long and athletic. With the ball in his hands, Batemon is a dangerous slasher and scorer. He is extremely quick and skilled. There aren’t many defenders who can successfully slow down Batemon in a one-on-one situation.
— CG — Milwaukee Carmen
I really like the game of Edwards. The Milwaukee Carmen combo guard is shifty and very quick in the open court. I really like how Edwards plays in transition and in the halfcourt. In transition, Edwards uses his speed and ball handling ability to apply rim pressure. In the halfcourt, the CG uses his high-IQ and passing skills to pick apart opposing defenses. I look forward to watching Edwards play this spring/summer.