These are our latest rankings update for the 2025 class, centered around four lead guards and walking double double. Here are a few names who headline our newest update. Tanner Braketa Tanner Braketa 6'1" | SG Ralston Valley | 2025…
These are our latest rankings update for the 2025 class, centered around four lead guards and walking double double. Here are a few names who headline our newest update.
Tanner Braketa Tanner Braketa 6'1" | SG Ralston Valley | 2025 State CO – Ralston Valley
Braketa is a true floor general, having a counter to anything the defense throws at him. The sophomore guard is an undeniable sharpshooter, contributing 46% of triples from this season. Off the dribble, Braketa is a joy to watch, either from his pull-up shooting or easy access to anywhere on the floor. At 6’1, the guard has the ball on a string with either hand, having no stress getting downhill through tight windows. For context, the guard has put up 22.4 points, 4.6 rebounds, 3.6 assists, and 2 steals per game. His dominant play has garnered him an offer from the University of Northern Colorado and Colorado School of Mines.
Josiah Sanders Josiah Sanders 6'3" | PG Colorado Prep | 2025 State CO – Colorado Prep
Sanders initially made his top-5 push after last year’s club season, he holds his place due to dominant play with Colorado Prep. Recently making waves in the SWAIC (Southwest Athletic Interscholarship Conference), Sanders has consistently been one of the team’s leading contributors in points, assists, and steals per game. The lefty 6’3 guard has quick instincts with the ball, handling counters to opponent reaches. Sanders is equally adept getting downhill, grabbing buckets in tight lanes or using the space to find teammates.
Garrett Barger Garrett Barger 6'8" | PF Eaglecrest | 2025 State CO – Eaglecrest
Barger is a huge contributor for Eaglecrest, with his interior defense and constant pressure around the rim. At no less than 6’7, the forward is an advantageous finisher who boasts finesse moves around contests. His steady progression with comfort handling the ball is especially important to his overall upside. Through his sophomore season with Eaglecrest, Barger has posted 12.3 points and 8.4 rebounds per game while contributing 55% of field goal attempts. His usage of the jumper this summer and next high school season will be important indicators for his long term upside. Barger holds an offer from the Metropolitan State University of Denver.
Cole Scherer Cole Scherer 6'1" | PG Valor Christian | 2025 State CO – Valor Christian
Scherer brings a moldable skillset at the next level, proving dependable facilitating out of the pick and roll while already possessing pull-up shooting equity. The 6’1 combo guard is a knock down shooter under a variety of circumstances, contributing 42% of his 110 three point attempts. One area of notable improvement is Scherer’s change of speeds in the halfcourt, proving adept at pacing himself to set up rollers with easy looks. Through his sophomore season, he has posted 15.6 points, 4.7 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals per game.
LaDavian King LaDavian King 6'1" | SG Eaglecrest | 2025 State CO – Eaglecrest
King still stands as one of the state’s most prolific shotmakers, possessing an especially quick shot form. Standing right around 6’1, King is adept hitting deep threes or getting to his shot off the dribble. Through his sophomore year, King has posted 17.8 points, 4.9 rebounds, and 2.2 assists while contributing 33% of his triples. The guard has received an offer from MSU Denver.