2025 Rankings: Five Impact Players Whose Stock Went Up
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Here is a list of several players that rose in the latest 2025 rankings update. This class has been pretty solid so making a jump is an accomplishment and testament to their hard work. Maisie Crowley MD #15 C #3…
Here is a list of several players that rose in the latest 2025 rankings update. This class has been pretty solid so making a jump is an accomplishment and testament to their hard work.
Maisie has the size and has shown the skill to be listed amongst the top of her class. It appears she will finally get to show what she can do. The improvement that she has shown under Coach James boosts her up from #25 to #15. I’m hearing that there is a three pointer in her arsenal, if so that will definitely prepare her for the next level.
Amaya is very skilled and showed of a bit during the USJN DC. She moves up from #21 to #17 based on results, upsizing her competition level can command a greater boost. She looks to have gained an inch or two and I can see her skill translating on the national level. She should have a dominant high school junior year the will hopefully lead to a breakout summer. For college coaches the want to look really smart, they should get out to see her before she blows up.
Faith is showing a more consistent shot and becoming more of a leader on the floor, she jumps up from #39 to #33. Bullis has made a couple of moves in the free agent market and Faith as the mainstay from her freshman year should feel very comfortable helping to bring the team together. It’s going to be an interesting season as the Bulldogs have title aspirations and we should know pretty early their potential to pull it off.
Heaven made one of the biggest rises up to #38 from #68. She will be a key piece for a talented Riverdale Baptist team that has their eyes set on a national ranking. They will play a national schedule but their is enough local competition her to find out just how good the Crusaders can really be. Heaven is athletic an can score inside or out but the Crusaders will need to play as a team to have any success.
Mina has a quick release on her she and some accuracy beyond the arc. She handles the ball well and can get to the basket and finish with a scoop layup. Despite being only 5’5″ her release speed and the way she shields the ball from defenders with her body makes her effective finishing in traffic around defenders.