Top 5 Rising Point Guards – Class of 2025
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With the 2022-23 high school basketball season nearly over, here are the top 5 point guards who helped boost their stock the most this season. Elijah Griffin WI #13 PG #2 HEIGHT 6'1" POS PG CLASS 2025 View Profile Elijah…
With the 2022-23 high school basketball season nearly over, here are the top 5 point guards who helped boost their stock the most this season.
is the best point guard in the 2025 class and likely in the state of Wisconsin as well. He’s a true point guard that will be a Division I prospect. I wouldn’t be surprised if he picked up his first offer this summer or in fall. He led Westosha Central in scoring (14.2 ppg) and assists (7.2). It’s not just that Elijah gets a lot of assists, it’s how. Elijah has the unique ability to create advantages with his passing capabilities. He collapses the defense by getting two feet into the paint and sets up his teammates. He’s an ambidextrous passer and utilizes no look passes at a high level. There’s just something special about the zip and swag to his passing game. He can be deadly in the pick and roll because he shoots a respectable 40.3% from three and does a great job of using hang dribbles to set up the action. I look forward to watching Elijah grow into one of the best point guard prospects in recent memory from Wisconsin.
Another prospect with Division I potential is. Right now, Anthony’s a raw prospect that has the tools to develop into an offensive weapon. He’s more of a hybrid guard than a point guard because of how lethal he is in catch and shoot situations (51.2% from 3P). He’ll likely take over as the primary ball handler next year. Anthony’s a three level scorer with a balanced scoring attack. He averages just over 5 points per game from three-point range and two-point field goals, in addition to a few points from the charity stripe (13.2 ppg). Anthony does a great job of initiating contact on the drive, while shielding the ball away from his defenders. I believe he has a lot of room to grow offensively and he should increase the volume of three-point attempts. Brookfield Central will be a team to beat next year.
has literally grown into a college prospect as he now stands at 6’2″. Chris is more of a score first guard than a true point guard. He’ll likely take over the duties as floor general next season with Sun Prairie West’s top two assisters graduating. His offensive game really exploded and flourished this season with averages of 24.1 ppg, 4.3 rpg, 1.5 apg, and 1.9 spg. Chris does this as a three level scorer. He knocks down the three ball at a solid clip (35.5%) but I’d like to see some improved footwork and balance. On the attack, Chris finishes well through contact and is improving his ability to finish off of two feet. There seems to be room for Chris to develop into an above the rim athlete. Expect a big junior season from Chris.
is an undersized point guard that is a knockdown shooter. His height doesn’t limit him much on the offensive end. He has the ability to create for himself off the catch and dribble. He shoots the three ball extremely well (43.6%) and his mechanics point to a sustainable percentage. I really like how Perry is able to scan the floor and make quick decisions. He keeps defenders on their toes and is able to beat his man one on one, thanks to an elite first step. Martin Luther’s top floor general is graduating, so expect Perry’s workload and production to increase next season.
Isiah is another undersized point guard prospect in the 2025 class. He was a bright spot for a Racine Park team that had a down year. This was a year of growth for Isiah. Not only did he improve upon his freshman year, but he also improved as the season went on. The further we got into the season, the better Isiah shot the ball. He looked much more comfortable as a lead guard and showed off his ability to get to the free throw line (4.5 attempts per game). That’s pretty impressive for a underclassman guard. Isiah averaged 13.8 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 3.7 apg, and 4.5 spg on 37.8% 3P shooting for the year. No, that’s not a mistake, Isiah averaged a whopping 4.5 steals per game. Quite literally wild. Isiah is an aggressive defender that takes calculated risks by jumping into passing lanes and poking the ball away.could be an interesting prospect to track.