PGH Michigan 2025 Rankings Update: Stock-Risers Part 2
This is our second look at some of the stock-risers in the Prep Girls Hoops class of 2025 prospect rankings. These players all saw their stock rise as prospects, both in terms of their ranking number and in their overall…
This is our second look at some of the stock-risers in the Prep Girls Hoops class of 2025 prospect rankings. These players all saw their stock rise as prospects, both in terms of their ranking number and in their overall game.
Check out Part 1 below!
Banks is a supremely talented player that seems ready to put it all on display this high school season. She has a combination of strength and ball skills that’s tough for opponents to match up with. Banks can drive to the rim with physicality and quickness and seems at her best when playing with an aggressive mind frame.
Gleason has been playing some really good basketball for a while now. She’s a pretty versatile player that can score in a lot of different ways. Whether off put backs or a deep jumper, it seems like she’s always a threat that must be accounted for by opposing coaches. She’s a definite asset on both ends of the floor with her ability to block shots.
Wright has been showing off her game for a while now and it’s only right that she increased her stock as a prospect. She has improved greatly on the defensive end and is bringing an edge to that end. Wright has always been an excellent shooter, but lately she has really shown off her mid range game and her ability to attack and finish on both sides of the rim.
absolutely went off at the Prep Girls Hoops Michigan Top 250. She was probably one of the biggest risers in the rankings when it comes to the number next to her name. Smith can be a positional mismatch no matter where she’s at on the floor. She’s shown the ability to dominate the floor and her upside is absolutely scary.
Titus moved up a lot in the rankings and has a valid argument that she should have moved even more. A button clicked for Titus, at least since this summer. She’s a different player. Titus is a confident and effective floor general with the ability to handle the ball and control the offense. Titus can put it on the floor and pressure the D as well.