This week we released the initial 2025 rankings on our website. All week we’ve been focusing on the top players at each position to give college coaches a first look at this class and basketball junkies a base to see the next future stars of the Buckeye state. Check out our articles on the top point guard’s and shooting guard’s.
, 6’5 SF Reynoldsburg 2025 Super Friendz 15 U: Fisher had an incredibly strong end to his freshman season with Reynoldsburg, with huge playoff performances in their run to the district final. Fisher stands at 6’5 and plays with a very smooth and direct game. Fisher doesn’t usually do a bunch of crossovers or hold the ball, typically just one quick decision and go. Fisher can really stroke it from the outside and killed zones with his shooting. Reynoldsburg has a lot of young talent and should be a force in central Ohio for years to come.
, 6’4 SF Toledo Whitmer 2025 All Ohio Red 15 U: West had the most cold-blooded play I’ve seen a freshman make when he banked in a 30-foot shot to beat rival Toledo St John’s at the buzzer in the playoffs. West is a good athlete from the wing guard position and could play either the 2 or the 3 for his team. I liked West’s ability to lead his team as a freshman as he was one of the most productive freshmen in Ohio last season. West is more physically advanced than most other players his age and used his strength to muscle opponents for baskets often during the high school season.
, 6’5 SF South Webster 2025 Wildcats Select 15 U: Roberts is the next man up in southeast Ohio after Tanner Holden and Aj Clayton were the past two Division I prospects from that region of the state. Roberts is a good athlete at 6’5 as he soars for impressive dunks in transition and the half-court. Roberts is a solid shooter off the catch and thrives in the open court. Despite playing in such a small conference, Roberts showed no issues playing on the 3SSB circuit this spring so far.
, 6’4 SF Centerville 2025 Midwest Basketball Club 3SSB 15 U: Ethan stands a little over an inch taller than his twin brother Eli, who also made the watch list for the 2025 rankings. Ethan has an old school game that should fit in well with Centerville after they graduate some key pieces from their state runner up squad. Greenburg can make open shots from the outside, makes the simple pass and knows how to impact the game without needing the ball in his hands. I liked Greenburg’s motor on the offensive glass as he created a handful of second chance opportunities for Midwest Basketball Club in the games I caught.
, 6’3 SF Springboro 2025 Midwest Basketball Club 3SSB 15 U: White is a run and jump wing guard who finds most of his success in transition right now. White looks to make the highlight block or steal on defense to get the team on the fast break where he can rise above defenders in transition for layups. White scored 9.6 PPG as a freshman but could use some shooting development as he only had one game with more than one 3-pointer as a freshman. If White can shoot the ball with more consistency from the outside, it will further open up his offensive game in the half-court.