2025 Unranked Prospects to Watch
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The spring and summer is key for the 2025 class as college coaches are able to contact them directly on June 15. Here are the unranked 2025 prospects to track. CJ Miller CJ Miller 6'5" | SG Camden Eastside |…
The spring and summer is key for the 2025 class as college coaches are able to contact them directly on June 15. Here are the unranked 2025 prospects to track.
, 6’3 SG Woodbury
Miller ended his sophomore season on a high note and it should carry over into the AAU season. The lanky 6’3 guard has a good feel for the game as he is not rattled by on-ball pressure and knows how to get to his spot on the floor. Miller is a good finisher around the basket and rises up with confidence on his jumper. He is an underrated rebounder and has the length to defend multiple positions. Miller’s stock is on the rise and should continue to go higher over the next couple of months.
, 6’4 SF Ewing
Cineus had a big April with the NJ Panthers HGSL squad and is looking to improve upon his performance. The 6’4 forward plays with a motor that doesn’t stop on either end as he is unafraid of diving on the floor for loose balls. Cineus is a force on the glass at both ends and has a good touch around the basket. He moves well without the ball in his hands and is a strong interior defender. Cineus is a tough forward prospect who does whatever it takes to help his team win games.
, 5’11 CG Hammonton
Smith’s collegiate future is on the gridiron, but he is a player to watch on the hardwood as well. The 5’11 guard is explosive off the bounce as he uses his quick first step to blow by his defender. Smith is a strong finisher around the basket and can knock down open jumpers on the perimeter. He is an underrated passer and uses his quickness to get deflections on the defensive end. Smith is a twitchy guard prospect who makes plays with the ball in his hands.
, 6’1 CG Peddie
Romaine is an intriguing prospect to watch in the class as he can impact the game in a number of ways. The 6’1 guard has a nice handle, which he uses to beat his defender off the bounce and finish around the basket. Romaine knows how to get his teammates involved in the halfcourt and moves well without the ball in his hands. He is a good defender and shoots the ball with confidence from the perimeter. Romaine’s ability to run the offense effectively will help his stock in a big way this summer.
, 6’9 PF Blair
Hempfling is a forward prospect to track in the 2025 class with his ability to play on the perimeter. The 6’9 forward has a good release on his jumper and sets his feet before he shoots. Hempfling is more than just a shooter as he can also put the ball on the floor and finish around the basket. He is a solid rebounder and is an underrated defender. Hempfling’s ability to stretch the floor is something that will be key for his growth over the summer.
Other Prospects to Watch:
, 6’7 PF Medford Tech
, 6’4 SF Cherry Hill West
, 6’7 C Matawan
, 5’10 PG Paterson Eastside
, 6’5 SF Immaculata