NH 2024 & 2025 Rankings Update

Wednesday, January 24th, 2024

NH 2024 & 2025 Rankings Update

The updated New Hampshire 2024 & 2025 rankings have arrived, including the newcomers to the region who we’ve gotten a chance to get our eyes on.


Starting off with the 2024 rankings, the Brewster high-major quartet of their National squad take the top four spots. The outstanding backcourt of Iowa State-commit Nojus Indrusaitis and Stanford-commit Elijah Crawford lead things off, while frontcourt mates Georgia Tech-commit Cole Kirouac and Daniel Jacobsen follow at three and four respectively. 


Iowa State-commit Nojus Indrusaitis at the National Prep Showcase (IG: rleeproductions)

At five is the leader of the Brewster Academy prep team which still competes in the NEPSAC AAA, Daniel Johnson. The Illinois native was tremendous at the National Prep Showcase as he dropped 23 on 8/14 and led Brewster to a win over Western Reserve. Following him at six is Brown-commit and longtime New England standout point guard, Jeremiah Jenkins.


Caleb Middleton returned to his home state this season for Brewster and decided to stay put as he committed to the University of New Hampshire. The 6’10 forward lands at seven. Kimball Union and Hofstra-commit Joshua DeCady comes in at eight after one of the most impressive summers in the HGSL where he earned 20+ Division 1 offers playing for Crown.

Joshua DeCady has signed to Hofstra (IG: Hofstrambb)

South Carolina native and Murray State-commit DJ Shine comes in at ninth in the state as the guard was recently announced as a nominee for the McDonald’s All-American game. David Ayles, a sharp lead guard for the Brewster Academy Prep squad follows Shine in the ranking. Ayles was noted by CerebroSports as a standout performer analytically at the Basketbull Hoopsfest last month.


New Hampton’s Oscar Edelman finds himself at 11th in the state as the stretch big man looks to finish strong this season before heading to Wesleyan. Adam Fox, a big guard for Brewster Prep, is after Edelman. Fox has been one of the top producers for his squad, including a 20 point performance against Vermont last month. 


The NHIAA’s lone representative in the ranking is Luke Soden at 13. Soden is a known big-time scorer who caught our attention at the Elite 75 College Showcase last summer and with Middlesex Magic in grassroots.


The Brewster Academy Prep team duo of Harris Jackson and Mason Moses round out the top 15 at 14 and 15. Jackson has impressed with his bounce and motor, while Moses can get hot from downtown quick and offers some switchability on defense. 

Drew Brander, Mason Blondeau, Jackson Marshall, Andrew Stenstream, and Niko Miles hold the 16-20 spots in the class.

Brewster's Dwayne Aristode rises up for the emphatic slam against PHH Prep at NPS (IG: rleeproductions)

The 2025 rankings are led off by Dutch native Dwayne Aristode who has caught attention nationally as he was recently ranked in the top 20 in the country by a number of outlets. Aristode is an extremely athletic wing with shooting versatility, playmaking vision and defensive instincts. 


Connecticut native Preston Fowler is second in the ranking as the high-major forward has been a core piece of the Brewster National team this season powered by his efficient offensive game. 


At three and four respectively are the New Hampton duo of Keyshuan Tillery and Mason Blackwood. Tillery and Blackwood have really grown as a tandem, as New Hampton has a 12-5 record and has looked to be a major threat both this and next season. The full New Hampton experience was felt in the gym at Albertus Magnus as they edged Maryland’s Mt. Zion and Tillery posted a near 29-point triple double, with Blackwood adding 15 points and 13 boards.

Keyshuan Tillery at the National Prep Showcase (IG: FastbreakVisuals)

California-native Naz Meyer comes in at fifth besides his New Hampton teammates. The wing has been a major stock riser this winter as his three & D skills and offensive bag have turned heads. At six is Phillips Exeter’s Ryder Frost who too has been a stock riser, receiving a Penn State offer in recent days, and may see himself rise in these rankings should his ascension continue. Frost has had a monster season thus far including a 38 point outing with eight three-pointers, and is averaging over 25 points per game.


St. Paul’s and one of the Maine United contributors, Landon Clark is seventh in the ranking, with Kimball Union newcomer Isaiah Henderson right behind him at eighth.


Brewster Academy’s Nate Djanogly and Luke Johnson round out the top 10, as the two have flashed long-term upside. 


Phillips Exeter’s Tyler Bike is eleventh in the state as the NE Storm point guard has been a key piece for the Exeter squad this season. Bike is a shorter but physical guard who plays with grit, distributes the ball and can score in bunches. Right behind Bike is Exeter teammate Jordan McConnell as the big man has continued to improve and make noise.


Sharpshooter Teagan Pelletier comes in at 13 in the ranking as he has been a major piece for St. Paul’s this season.


Brewster wing Jadon Holmes and Holderness big Ian Plankley complete the top 15 for the 2025 class.