2025 Player Rankings: Top 5 PF’s
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Over the course of the next several days, Prep Hoops Florida is taking a deeper dive at the top upcoming juniors by position. Today, we will be headlining with our top five power forwards in the Class of 2025. Our…
Over the course of the next several days, Prep Hoops Florida is taking a deeper dive at the top upcoming juniors by position. Today, we will be headlining with our top five power forwards in the Class of 2025. Our latest rankings for the junior class have been updated on our website.
comes in as our top ranked prospect in the upcoming junior class. Boozer is a dominant paint presence who can finish above the rim at a high level. He has received over a dozen D-1 offers from Arkansas, Duke, Florida State, Kentucky, Miami and several others. Boozer has also expanded his game into being more of a three-level scoring threat as he displayed a great summer shooting from beyond the arc. He has excellent balance when getting off his shot as well as a dominate rebounder and shot blocker on the defensive end.
The 6-8 junior forward plays with a lot of athleticism and aggressiveness on the offensive end of the floor displaying a great feel for the game. Niang can score off put-backs as well as finish around the rim as a lob threat. On the defensive end, Niang plays with good foot speed and has a ton of versatility where he can block shots and rebound at a high level. This past season, Niang has also proved he can defend the perimeter at a high level and showed good lateral movement against guards. Niang’s game is only going to get better as we gear up for the next two seasons.
The 6-8 junior has good hands and footwork on the interior as well as the ability to finish with either hand around the rim. He also runs the floor exceptionally well for his size where he can defend multiple positions at a high level. On the defensive end, Drain plays with a ton of physicality and has a high motor where he can block shots and rebound with his length. He will look to make significant strides as far as college coaches getting on his radar heading into the season.
The 6-6 forward shows a lot of toughness and is unafraid to finish above the rim against bigger defenders. Mosley can finish above the rim as a lob threat or off put-backs as he brings good length and superb athleticism. On the defensive end, Mosley is very versatile where he can guard out on the perimeter and on the interior. Mosley’s recruitment is expected to continue to grow as he currently holds offers from Jacksonville and Stetson University.
The 6-9 power forward displays an all-around game on both ends of the floor whether it’s vicious dunks on the offensive end or his rebounding and shot blocking on the defensive end. Stewart has good size and plays with a high motor where he has started to play with more confidence around the rim. He also has tremendous footwork in the mid-range and has a smooth jump shot where he has knocked down with consistency. Stewart averaged a near double-double for Puerto Rico at the FIBA Americas U16 Championships this summer.