CT 2025 Rankings Update
Today, we conclude the 2025 state-by-state rankings with Connecticut.
Leading the ranking is Providence commit Oswin Erhunmwunse, a 6’9 forward known for his defensive skills and elite bounce. Following at two is South Kent’s Badara Diakite, recently returning from injury and recognized as a high-upside prospect for his fluidity, shooting, and versatility.
The third and fourth spots belong to London Jemison and Kelvin Odih. Jemison’s stock has soared with his athleticism, handle, and impressive shot, while Kelvin Odih’s motor, physicality, and defensive tenacity have earned him a solid reputation in the national rankings. In the fifth spot is Westminster’s Jayden Reid, gaining Division 1 offers for his upside and developing game.
Loomis-Chaffee’s Charlie O’Sullivan takes the sixth spot, a stretch big with Patriot League and Ivy interest. At the HoopHall Prep Showcase, he powered his team to a big win over Milton, hitting seven three-pointers, including the game-winner. Right behind is South Kent’s Rashawn Tibby, impressing with his length, shooting, and switchability on defense.
In eighth is Greenwich Country Day’s Taj Walters, garnering mid-major offers as a big guard/wing with solid slashing skills, playmaking vision, and a jump shot. At nine is Taft’s Jeremiah Ibeziako, a strong forward with touch around the basket. Canterbury’s Andreo Ash closes out the top ten, showcasing floor-stretching ability and rebounding skills.
Hotchkiss’ Dean Hogans comes in eleventh, recently receiving an offer from American University, standing out as an outside shooter. Putnam’s Noah Mendy is fourteenth, displaying great athleticism around the rim and outside shooting skills.
Notre-Dame Fairfield’s Parrish Edmond has been outstanding this season, securing a Sacred Heart offer in the past couple of weeks. Edmond is a high-flying finisher with a scoring touch at the basket and off-the-dribble capabilities.
Taft's Ford Okehi stood out at the HoopHall Prep Showcase with his physicality on the boards to complement his scoring chops and lead guard ability. He closes out the top 20.
For the full top 20 in the Connecticut class of 2025, please visit here.