New Mexico 2025 Rankings Update: Top Ten
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Prep Hoops New Mexico has updated our 2025 Prospect Rankings! The list now stands at 70 total prospects ranked, ranging from a top three of Jalin Holland Jalin Holland 6'5" | SG Los Lunas | 2025 State NM , Kenyon Aguino,…
Prep Hoops New Mexico has updated our 2025 Prospect Rankings! The list now stands at 70 total prospects ranked, ranging from a top three of, Kenyon Aguino, and all the way down to small college recruits!
Since our last update, our team of scouts has continued gathering new insights on this crop of players by keeping tabs on players throughout the last few months.
Here is the Top Ten players from the latest ranking update for the 2025 Class:
#1 Class of 2025 || SG | Los Lunas: The top overall prospect in New Mexico has received five Division-1 offers to play at the next level. He has received interest from Southern Utah, New Mexico State, The University of New Mexico, TCU Men’s Basketball and Mizzou Men’s Basketball. He finished his sophomore season averaging over 22 points per game and 9 rebounds per game. is the most decorated player and complete player in the state.
#2 Class of 2025 || PF | Volcano Vista: led Volcano Vista to their second straight 5A State Championship to close out his sophomore season. He averaged 19 points per game and 8 rebounds per game. was selected as the 2022-23 New Mexico High School Boys Basketball Gatorade Player of the Year. He is without a doubt the top post player around the basket in the state with the best fundamentals.
#3 Class of 2025 || Arguably the most electric smaller guard in the state. despite his size plays with a huge chip on his shoulder. He is super quick and athletic with the basketball in his hands. isn’t afraid of embarrassing you on the floor with his sweet handle. He was an All-State player for Atrisco Heritage this year and averaged a career high in points this year falling short of just the 20-point mark.
#4 Class of 2025 || PG | Volcano Vista: The most true-point guard of his Class and possible in the state. It’s hard to imagine giving up that title with two years left to play in his high school career. Like teammate , already has two State Championship Title’s to his name. He is a two-way player who is a star on both sides of the floor. Every season he adds to his game and is a second coach on the floor.
#5 Class of 2025 | Gabe Trujillo | CG | Valley: Despite being ineligible to play during his sophomore season, Gabe Trujillo is as talented as anyone in the 2025 Class and the State in general. His presence would’ve helped the Valley Vikings this past season after making a Final-Four appearance. He has little to no weaknesses in his offensive game and is a 3-Level scorer. Gabe Trujillo can play on or off the basketball with ease while being able to create for himself or others with his elite ball-handling.
#6 Class of 2025 || SG | Organ Mountain: A strong argument can be made that if played this season, Organ Mountain might be the current 5A State Champions right now if it wasn’t for injury. He is without a doubt the team’s best player, and they still reached the Final Four before losing to Volcano Vista. is an athletic shooting guard that can score everywhere on the floor. Bringing him back for next season makes the Organ Mountain as arguably the favorite to win next year.
#7 Class of 2025 || SG | La Cueva: The sophomore turned out to be arguably the La Cueva Bears most All-Around player this past season. He was a double-digit scorer that was a reliable rebounder and was one of the team’s best passers. has a deadly midrange jumper and is tough as nails around the basket with his slashing ability from his football background.
#8 Class of 2025 || C | La Cueva: A near double-double threat for the La Cueva Bears that might be the main focal point going forward. The sophomore big man is solid around the basket and makes most of his damage from inside the paint. He is a good rebounder and creates second chance opportunities for himself and his teammates.
#9 Class of 2025 || G/F | Sandia: One of the states brightest young players that is on the verge of a major breakout season next year. averaged just under 10 points per game this year but was arguably the Sandia Matadors most important player in the road to the 5A State Championship Game. On a team with four other solid offensive players, held his own by being aggressive looking for his own shot while playing team/winning basketball with his teammates. He is a knockdown three-point shooter who can put the basketball on the floor and get free throw opportunities by drawing fouls.
#10 Class of 2025 || CG | Highland: One of the biggest breakout players of the season. became the Highland Hornets second leading scorer this season averaging 14.2 points per game. He showed flashes this year that he can and will be the team’s #1 scoring option for the next two seasons while playing high level basketball. is one of the states best three-point shooters, and makes/takes big shots late in games. He is a perfect fit in Head Coach Justin Woody’s Basketball program.