Class of 2025 Prospect Rankings – Six Stock-Risers
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Having boots on the ground coverage from the Peach Jam and 3SSB Championships made last week a very busy week for us here at Prep Hoops Indiana. However, we still made time to release our updated Class of 2025 Prospect…
Having boots on the ground coverage from the Peach Jam and 3SSB Championships made last week a very busy week for us here at Prep Hoops Indiana. However, we still made time to release our updated Class of 2025 Prospect Rankings. We did not get out much other content around those rankings though as our coverage was focused on the two largest recruiting events of the summer. So, we will now begin to dive into the rankings as we always do highlighting stock-risers, new names, positional breakdowns, regional rankings, and more. Let’s begin by taking a look at six prospects who improved their ranking the most in this latest update.
This 6’8″ left-handed sharpshooter is the definition of a stock-riser right now. In just a handful of months he has gone from playing relatively sparingly in varsity games as a sophomore to holding four Division I offers by the time July rolled around. Koehler has always been highly ranked here at Prep Hoops Indiana due to his obvious potential, but that is starting to really surface now. He jumped from #20 to #8 in the most recent rankings update.
Like Koehler, Singleton has seen his recruitment takeoff in recent weeks picking up his first two Division I offers from Richmond ‘ last=”] and IUPUI. The 6’8″ forward led Jeffersonville in scoring and rebounding as a sophomore and has taken that into the summer months leading Indiana Elite Team Tradition 16u to a spot in the 3SSB Championships. Singleton is an elite rebounder and showcases some real scoring ability around the basket. He jumped from #19 to #9 in the prospect rankings.
Horton is a prospect that just quietly gets better and better. This time around he jumped from #28 to #13 as he starts to solidify himself as a legitimate Division I prospect. He is a good athlete with length, shoots the ball very well, and has proven himself as a switchable defender. Look for him to continue having a great summer and play his way into some offers sooner rather than later.
This 6’7″ forward jumped into the Top 20 at #17 in the latest Class of 2025 Prospect Rankings. Betten is a versatile offensive player that has the size to score over smaller defenders inside and has the skill level to operate out on the perimeter. He drives the ball very well and continues to showcase the ability to stretch the floor. This might not be the last time we see Betten climb the rankings.
In terms of pure upside, we at Prep Hoops Indiana are very high on this Bloomington North prospect. Lindeman jumped over 60 spots in the updated rankings to #23 after a strong sophomore season and a very good showing at the IBCA Top 100 Showcase. The 6’5″ guard handles the ball well at his size, creates for himself and his teammates, and might still have some room left to grow as well. Really intriguing as a long-term prospect.
Another big time up-and-coming prospect, the 6’8″ Raasch jumped to #25 in the updated Class of 2025 Prospect Rankings. His long term potential is what moves him up that high, but his skills are already starting to develop and has a couple of Crossroads League offers to show for it. Raasch is a very good shot blocker, runs the floor well, and has burgeoning offensive ability.