PGH Michigan 2026 Rankings: Stock-Risers
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Prep Girls Hoops Michigan recently updated their prospect rankings for the class of 2026. Every update features players that are called “stock-risers”. The rising of their stock as next level prospects can be shown either by the number next to…
Prep Girls Hoops Michigan recently updated their prospect rankings for the class of 2026. Every update features players that are called “stock-risers”. The rising of their stock as next level prospects can be shown either by the number next to their name or by the perception of their game. Let’s take a look at some of the stock risers in this update for the 2026 class.
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Dykstra was just too good during grassroots season to not climb up the list. She’s a playmaking guard on both ends of the floor. She was a stock-riser at the last update and was again this time around. Dykstra has shown the ability to match up physically with the best around. She also showed the ability to get timely buckets.
Thelen made her mark at the PGH Michigan Top 250. One coach even went as far as to say that she was the most impressive player in the gym. Thelen showed versatility in the backcourt and an incredibly strong mental game. She’s improved her physical strength which is sure to help her greatly, especially as a next level prospect.
After seeing Hauffe at the City Slam, it was very apparent that she should see her stock rise as a prospect. Hauffe is one of the more disciplined shooters around, keeping her form and balance very consistent. She’s quickly and deservedly earned the reputation as a knock down shooter from behind the arc.
Dottery has turned herself into a little bit of a PGH Michigan legend. First to the event all fall long. That shows the dedication and commitment needed to be great. That’s not all Dottery has to offer though. She’s an excellent athlete that can handle the ball and shoot on the move.
After seeing Brown at the MSF Train and Play, I knew that she was a stock-riser. There’s just a lot of talent there and she does a lot of things very well. Brown is probably underrated as an overall athlete with her ability to run the floor and her bounciness under the rim. She rebounds bigger than her height, often due to her diligence in establishing position early.
Baer has been playing some very good basketball for months now and deserves to see her name as a stock-riser. She’s shown her ability to score in a variety of ways and from multiple spots on the floor. Baer is at her best when she gets aggressive off the bounce and takes the ball straight at the rim.