2025 rankings round table ’23 summer edition
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Florida’s junior class had a significant shuffle as new players entered and fan favorites left. A presumed challenger to‘s #1 status reclassified. We’ve expanded. We’ve got answers to burning questions.
Who has a high ceiling?
6’8 wing Ladanian Brooks has all the tools to be a college player. Between his size, budding offensive skillset, length, and athleticism, he’s one of the better under-the-radar players in the state. He’s a disruptive defender who can guard every position at the high school. Brooks is a very talented prospect who can play out of the post, attack the rim off screens, and slash to the basket at the point of attack.
Which prospect from your area is ranked too low?
6’5 point guardis an easy choice at 33. Few players have his court vision and upside. He’s proven himself against some of the best players in the country during the EYBL. Between his physical gifts, playmaking, and IQ, we’re looking at a big guard contributing on both ends of the court.
Who has the potential to outplay their ranking this year?
6’6 combo guard‘s stock has risen over the year. He’s becoming more athletic by the month and shows the cover of the ball. His 6’11 wingspan helps guard several positions and rebound like a forward. Where he’s really grown is his ability to handle the ball and run an offense. Between his size and feel for the game, he’s a prospect who can fill several roles.
Anyone you think will play their way onto this list?
was one of our bubble prospects after a strong sophomore season with IMG Junior National. The 5’9 combo guard is a physical downhill playmaker who gets in the paint. His combination of strength and quickness helped him create in the half-court. Sizemore has court vision when the offense is moving. He’ll have an increased role after transferring to North Marion High School.