PGH Michigan 2026 Rankings Update: Stock-Risers Part 2
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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.
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Straub has quietly had one of the best and most successful showcase seasons in the state. I don’t know that we’ve seen a more consistent performer at multiple showcase events. You always know that you’re going to see a high quality player when Straub takes the court. A consistent player and an extremely hard worker like her, generally equals next level talent.
I’ve really liked Kolnitys’ game since the minute she stepped on a high school basketball court. She’s a true lead guard that can relied upon as the primary ball handler and counted on to get the ball to it’s spots and initiate the offense. Kolnitys has shown excellent improvement in her jumper, which she can hit off the dribble and the catch, all with 3 point range.
Cumming definitely deserves to be labeled as a stock riser. She’s a vocal leader on and off the floor, and does so with constant positivity. That makes her a great program presence. Cumming is a terrific lead guard that does a great job picking her opportunities to show off her jumper. We saw her bury a lot of triples at a high percentage this fall.
Here she is again. Duthie is once again a stock-riser when it comes to prospect rankings. She’s relentless on the glass, playing taller than her height. Duthie is one of the top 2 way players around and is extremely versatile on both ends. She can defend multiple positions and can attack offensively from all over the floor. Duthie will be exciting to watch this high school season.
Blue is a shining example of why every player in the state that has college basketball aspirations needs to be at the PGH Top 250. She got me hooked on her game in Grand Rapids and I have no doubt that she can play at the next level. Blue can and will do all the little things from setting a tough screen to playing through contact and getting to the free throw line.