MA 2025 Rankings Update
Continuing on with the rankings, we take a look at the class of 2025 in Massachusetts.
Jaylen Harrell takes the top spot as the wing has picked up a lot of steam in the recruiting world over the past year. Right behind him at two is Tabor’s Daithi Quinn, a local name on the verge of blowing up. The third spot belongs to Belmont Hill’s Isaiah Langham who has had a strong season this winter, NMH’s high upside wing Vincent Chaudhri follows at four.
Floor general Ebuka Okorie rounds out the top five with Rivers’ Ryan Altman right behind him. At the seven and eight spots are Sam Hughes and Preston Edmead. Hughes has had some large scoring outputs thus far and Edmead is a newcomer with a scoring punch.
Rounding out the top ten are Worcester Academy’s Jake Blackburn and Worcester North’s Amir Jenkins. Jenkins, a cerebral, skilled point guard was a major factor in North’s state championship win last season as a sophomore.
Xavier Abreu of Phillips Andover takes the 12th spot as he has turned some heads this season due to his scoring ability, and is one to watch heading into the spring.
Trey Rezendes is going a bit under-the-radar for Tabor as the point guard is quick and shifty as they come. Catch him on the Pro16 circuit this spring with his RI Elite squad. He takes the 15th spot in the ranking.
Chidi Nwosu finds himself at the 18th spot, and has been an absolute monster this season for Brockton. The forward can hit shots off the dribble from downtown, throw down athletic dunks or send shots flying back.
Illinois native Payton Kamin made the transfer to Worcester Academy this season with some Division 1 offers in hand. Kamin is a double-double machine that can get physical on the floor. He’s in the 21 spot in the ranking.
For the full ranking please go here.