2025 Rankings Update: Numbers 6-10
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The 2025 class is already entering their Junior season and is one of the best classes I can remember on either the boys or girls side in the 2000s. Here’s a look at the bottom half of the top ten…
The 2025 class is already entering their Junior season and is one of the best classes I can remember on either the boys or girls side in the 2000s. Here’s a look at the bottom half of the top ten in the latest update.
Grace gets better and better as she continues to learn and improve her overall skill level. Mbugua is an elite shot blocker thanks to her size and continues to improve her offensive game and become more well rounded.
is a double-double machine. She’s set her sights on finishing her career as Kentucky’s all time leading rebounder. Halle has a ton of D1 offers already and has been stacking offers since the 7th grade.
The newest name to join this list, Brooke burst onto our radar last season and looks like she’s only going to get better over the next two seasons. A highly efficient scorer, once Nichelson improves at the free throw line she’ll be among the best scorers in the 13th region.
Like Mbugua above her, Marissa is an excellent defender and rim protector who just keeps getting better on the offensive end. Green was one of our writer’s picks for breakout player in the entire state this season. She’s got a very bright future.
Waller missed her Sophomore season and expectations are high for her as a Junior for the Lady Marshalls. One of the most prolific scorers in the class before her injury, Skylar is hoping to get right back to where she was before her injury.