Post-Summer Class of 2025 top 30 HoopSeen Rankings
The class of 2025 is looking like a class we will be talking about for quite some time. Early on in the process, the class is showing its star power on a big stage with big-time players. We are excited to roll out our first edition of the class of 2025 national rankings.
We have seen some of the best of the best up close and personal and will continue to dive deeper into the film to get a better feel for the 2025 group.
Let’s take a first look at our 2025 class rankings at the national level.
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Battle at the top
One could contend that there isn’t a bigger story in this space than the battle brewing for the top spot in the 2025 class. Both Cameron Boozer and Cooper Flagg have separated themselves from the rest of the pack early on and look to be entangled in a neck-and-neck race for No. 1 that will be one of the most fun long-term duels to track over the coming years. The excitement has already started with the buzz the two generated in a head-to-head matchup at Peach Jam.
We currently have Boozer at the top, but the decision didn’t come easy. It’s a coin flip in our eyes.
Both players are highly-productive, versatile forwards who currently project to fit the mold of players that NBA executives trip over themselves for. There aren’t many aspects of the game in which these two don’t excel. With the shifting recruiting landscape, there’s no telling whether they’ll pursue college or professional routes. The one this that feels certain about these two is that they’ll have plenty of options to chose from in either regard.
Where is the talent from?
Florida is the early hot bed when it comes to the 2025 class. With the top two in the class representing the Sunshine State, that’s enough to consider it as the place to hone in on for this class, but examining the depth of the class will reveal that there are seven players from Florida in these early rankings.
It’s hard for me to not pick Tiller for this space. He checks in at the No. 4 slot right now. He joins a similar group at the top of the 2025 class. Tiller is a 6-foot-8 forward with all of the physical tools one could ask for. He also has a well-rounded offensive skill set that extends from the basket to the 3-point line. Now with Overtime Elite, Tiller will have a chance to hone his craft with and against some of the best prospects in the country in a professional environment.
How many times can we talk about skilled forwards in this class? In the early examinations of the class, 2025 seems to be full of them. Ready for another one? Caleb Wilson is a 6-foot-8 forward with, wait for it, an advanced skill set for his size and age. We’ve been raving about his upside ad nauseum at HoopSeen. Since getting to really see all that he has to offer during last year’s camp season, Wilson has been on our national watchlist for this class. He’s already a solid shooter with the ability to create for himself. What I love about Wilson is that he doesn’t seem like he’s tapped into his full potential yet. There’s plenty of development left in the tank.
I haven’t seen too many players in prep basketball quite like Yassoufou, regardless of class. He’s an elite scorer with physicality, bounce and aggressiveness that doesn’t usually come from a player with one year of varsity basketball under his belt. He’s tremendous. There is a Donovan Mitchell meets Paul Peirce quality to his game that you just love to see. He checks in at No. 20 overall in our initial rankings for good reason.
What are the position breakdowns?