The 2025 rankings are out.
We dive into the positional rankings. We first look at the point guards for the sophomore class.
Here are the top-11 PG’s in the 2025 class:
Notre Dame Prep (Pictured)
One of the top shooters in the class happens to be a point guard. He has a high feel for the game and good size for position. He changes speeds smartly and his shooting sets up the rest of his game.
One of the top passers in the class has a strong upper body, quickness and strength. His court vision is already next level and he times his passes like you should. He loves touching the paint and driving and kicking. He can make the catch three.
A long, good sized pure point guard has a high feel for the game. He sees plays happening quickly and throws the dime. He is hitting the deep three more successfully, but loves sucking in the defense and finding his teammates.
A downhill attacking point guard who was impressive at Section-7. He is extremely shifty and he makes it hard to stay in front of. He can pull-up from mid to the three but is best getting downhill and scoring through contact.
A scoring facilitator has a strap. He shoots off the catch or off the dribble with ease. He is shiftier then he gets credited with and will get passed his defenders. His court vision is next level and will score on floaters and deep triples.
A slick lefty gunner is also a very good passer. He has real range on his three point shot and has enough handle to create his own offense. His makes precise passes to his teammates and has huge confidence.
Dream City Christian
Arguably the tightest handle in the class and maybe the fastest lead guard. He seems to fly in the open court and sees the court. He is undersized but with his handle, he gets passed most defenders.
AZ Compass Prep
Another speed guard has a tight handle and is hard to press. He has a scoring mentality and can score from mid to the three point line. He missed some time with an injury but look for him to have a nice soph season.
The biggest point guard in the class may not even be done growing. He can shoot it from the perimeter, get into the lane to score or facilitate and make plays. He is an advanced passer and he can thread the needle.
Notre Dame Prep
One of the top shooting point guards in the class has a pure stroke. He gets the ball off his hands quickly and squares up like you should. He also makes many pinpoint passes to teammates in stride.
A decent sized scoring point guard has a good feel for the game. He can throw some darts around the court and he makes shots from deep and likes using the floater.