2025 Prospects To Keep Tabs On
In this article, we are going to talk about some more 2025 prospects to keep tabs on.
Jayden Reid 6’8 Big Man (Westminster School): Reid has one of the higher upsides in Class B. His size, length, rebounding, and emerging skill create long term intrigue. Reid will be playing on the Nike EYBL circuit for PSA Cardinals.
Isaiah Langham 6’3 Guard (Belmont Hill School): Langham is another one Class B’s top prospects. The big guard can score at multiple levels and has grown at making plays for others. Langham will be playing on the Adidas 3SSB circuit for Mass Rivals.
Jaysean Williams 5’9 Guard (Bloomfield HS): Williams has proven to be one of the CIAC’s better 2025 prospects. The crafty guard is difficult to keep in front of and has good feel when navigating a crowded lane. Williams will be playing on the Nike EYBL circuit for Expressions Elite.
Dean Hogans 6’4 Wing (Hotchkiss School): Hogans is back in Class A, playing a key role for a talented Hotchkiss squad. He is a sharpshooting wing who rebounds and has a good early build. Hogans will be playing on the Under Armour circuit for Middlesex Magic.
Cam Hailey 5’10 Guard (Lawrence Academy): Hailey is one of LA’s main playmakers in Class AA. He can find others in various ways, make three-pointers when given space, and use his quick hands to rip opponents on defense. Hailey played in the Hoop Group Showcase League last year for Metro Boston.
Osa Idada 6’6 Forward (CATS Academy): Idada has been an important part of CATS’ impressive season this year. He can bully opponents to the rim, use his body effectively on the glass, and even hit an occasional open three. Idada will be playing on the Nike EYBL circuit for Expressions Elite.
Chris Bianco 5’8 Guard (St. Andrew’s School): Bianco has earned some key minutes against high level competition for St. Andrew’s. His poise, confidence, and floor spacing ability all have helped him get on the floor. Bianco will be playing in the Hoop Showcase League for Team New England.
Vincent Chaudhri 6’6 Forward (Trinity-Pawling School): Chaudhri’s upside has already caught the eye of some high level D1 schools. His length, fluidity, and three-point shot allow him to impact a game in various ways. Chaudhri plays on the Under Armour circuit for Riverside Hawks.