Posted On: 10/28/21 2:00 PM

The new PrepHoops C/O 2025 rankings have been released! This is the first official rankings for this class, and the anticipation has been building for some time. The strength of this class is in the PG position, with several players flirting with being ranked Nationally. In this article, we take a look at the top Point Guards in the class. 

Mason Brown Mason Brown 6'1" | PG Durango | 2025 State NV 6’1 PG Durango (#1) - Brown is the quintessential floor general. Although only a freshman, he plays the game with an advanced IQ. His understanding of time score and situation is elite, and he uses the mid-range jumper to perfection. Brown uses his size to get to his spot and raise up over outstretched opponents. 

Jevon Yapi Jevon Yapi 5'10" | PG Durango | 2025 State NV 5’8 PG Durango (#3) - I first covered Yapi when he was in middle school. The PG is one of the most entertaining players to come into high school in recent memory. He has the deadly combination of elite handle and vision. Yapi is the kind of player that would have people climbing fences at Rucker Park. He and Brown form the backcourt of the future for the Trailblazers. 

Antonio Burns Antonio Burns 5'9" | PG Legacy | 2025 State NV 5’9 Legacy (#9) -

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