2025 Player Rankings: Top 5 PG’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 sophomores by position. Today, we will be starting with our top five point guards 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 sophomores by position. Today, we will be starting with our top five point guards in the Class of 2025. Our latest rankings for the junior class have been updated on our website.
Darius Acuff comes into our latest point guard rankings for the junior class at No. 1, Acuff comes to IMG Academy from Cass Tech (Michigan) where he led the Technicians to their first state title in school history last season. Acuff is known to be a tough shot-maker when given space and has a knack for playing under control and not forcing up a tough shot. On the defensive side, he is an above average rebounder for his size and is extremely quick when he is playing off the ball.
Cayden Boozer, Listed at 6-4 can make plays with the basketball in his hands as his IQ continues to rise making the right plays. He is at his best when he is on the attack as well as scoring from the mid-range. Boozer will look to gain more consistency shooting from beyond the arc this season as he has playmakers around him featuringand his twin brother . On the defensive end, he is disruptive and very active in the passing lanes with good movement and ability to get steals.
Jalen Reece, A 6-1 junior guard who has continued to improve his perimeter shooting and is always playing unselfish finding the open teammate. He is a crafty scorer who is unafraid to finish at the rim with contact as he has gained more confidence in finishing at the front of the rim. On the defensive side, Reece shows great quickness when guarding on-the-ball and is very disruptive at getting strips which lead to baskets on the offensive end.
Caleb Williams, A 6-5 junior guard has transferred from Sumner to DME Academy this summer is coming off an impressive summer playing for Austin Rivers Elite. He is a creative scorer who shows a lot of strength and confidence finishing at the rim against a crowd of defenders. He is also an underrated rebounder for his size and can finish put-backs. Williams is also a threat to score from beyond the arc where he shot 34 percent from 3-point range as a sophomore last season.
Evan Sterck, Listed at 6-3 is a reliable three-level scorer who is unafraid to take over a game when necessary. Sterck displays a high IQ on when to shoot versus pass the ball where he has displayed a ton of confidence over the summer. On the defensive end, Sterck is very versatile where he can guard on the ball as well as off the ball at a premium. Sterck is a big-time prospect where he should start gaining attention from college coaches in the near future.