2025 MADE Recruiting Report: Part Three

2025 MADE Recruiting Report Part Three: It’s been a busy few weeks on the recruiting trail as the contact period opened for 2025 prospects last week and there are live period events being held across the country this weekend. Here, we break down some new updates while focusing on 15+ rising juniors in the 2025 class. 

Some Recent Recruiting Articles & News on 80+ Prospects Nationwide
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2025 MADE Recruiting Report: Part One
2025 MADE Recruiting Report: Part Two
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Holy Cross & Bryant are the latest to offer 2025 guard Daithi Quinn. Tough handler at the point of attack who is much more physical than his frame suggests. Demonstrates strong body control at the rim & he’s a reliable finisher with his dominant hand. Relible & prominent spot-up scoring option who can hurt defenders on the perimeter when he’s left open. Talented prospect in the NEPSAC playing at Tabor Academy (MA). 

Holy Cross is the latest to offer 2025 wing Ryder Frost. Another Middlesex Magic (MA) product, he’s starting to ascend and see his recruitment take shape. Versatile wing who continues to flash an improving pass, dribble & shoot skillset. Consistent spot-up scorer that showcases a fluid & smooth release off the catch. He’s shown glimpses of increasing aggression as a slasher & pull-up scorer. 

Mizzou is the latest to offer Top-15 2025 wing Efeosa Oliogu. Downhill, physical athlete who is loaded with vertical pop & explosiveness as a rim finisher. Bouncy lob threat who is a dangerous threat in the open floor as a handler or trailer. Quick-twitch defensive playmaker who ignites fast breaks after jumping passing lanes or generating deflections. Still developing his touch & tightening his handle, although there’s legitimate shooting upside & a promising foundation. Illinois & Georgetown have also offered the Canada native this spring. 

USC is the latest to offer Top-25 2025 wing Tounde Yessoufou. Possesses a distinct physical profile given his mix of size, length & aggression. Explosive rim finisher who is loaded with vertical pop & malleability as a rim finisher. Continues to make strides as a spot-up scorer, yet he flashes plenty of fluidity off the catch. Switchable defender who is light on his feet & can guard in space, plus he has build to wall-off opposing slashers. Kansas, Arizona, UCLA, Arkansas, UNLV, & more have offered the Team WhyNot product. 

Cal State Northridge is the latest to offer Top-150 2025 guard Demarco Johnson. Potential stockriser out West who put together a strong spring with Paul George Elite’s E16 group. Shifty ball handler at the point of attack who is a flexible & slithery finisher through traffic. Possesses strong measurables for a guard given his size at 6’4” & notably long arms. Instinctual on-ball defender who leverages his length to disrupt the flow of opposing ball handlers or to force turnovers when possible. Look out for Johnson to keep making waves at SoCal Academy (CA) next season. 

Vanderbilt & Maryland are the latest to offer Top-50 2025 big Alier Maluk. A toolsy big who is still putting the pieces together, yet the blend of measurables & upside is certainly appealing. Mobile, long, & rangy athlete who possesses evident floorspacing upside. Energetic rim-runner who uses long strides to get up & down quickly. Developing mid-range scorer that continues to show a skilled face-up game. Assertive rim protector who has the size & length to contest or block opponents shots. Ohio State, Oregon, Florida State, & more have already offered. 

Quinnipiac is the latest to offer 2025 forward Preston Fowler. The mobile & tough athlete has flashed an improving skillset throughout the spring with New Heights Lightning. Shows glimpses of his floorspacing ability when left open, plus he’s highly capable of exploiting smaller mismatches on the low-block. Physical rim finisher who isn’t afraid of contact, plus he rebounds with a high motor. The Connecticut native is starting to see his recruitment expand and he’s an underrated prospect in the Northeast. Fordham, George Mason, Manhattan, Albany, & more have offered this spring. 

San Jose State is the latest to offer Top-140 2025 guard Semetri Carr. The West Coast product is another dynamic scorer with an advanced off the dribble arsenal. Shifty space-creator who leverages counter moves & his speed to generate advantages. Smooth pull-up scorer with extensive range & touch, plus he hurts defenses from multiple levels. Crafty finisher with touch at the rim & he continues to flash a soft float game from time to time. The Oakland Soldiers product has added offers from Washington, UNLV, Seattle, & more this past spring. 

Houston is the latest to offer Top-90 2025 guard Jalen Reece. Poised lead guard who plays at a composed pace & thrives at taking advantage of what the defense gives him. Willing playmaker who is a reliable dribble-drive creator that can beat closeouts off the bounce. Capable pull-up scorer with range that extends out to the three-point line. Rarely see him force a tough or highly contested shot which speaks volumes to his IQ. The balance of scoring & playmaking have him trending upwards in the 2025 class. Kansas State, Texas A&M, Xavier, & more have offered this spring. 

Arkansas is the latest to offer Top-45 2025 guard Trey McKenney. The Michigan native is a skilled & potent space-creator who tends to have little issues creating advantages. Forceful handler at the point of attack who has the ability to get downhill as well. Dynamic shotmaker who has the offensive versatility to score from multiple levels at a high volume when he’s feeling it. He’s made some evident strides as a playmaker along with his overall feel for the game. The Family product holds offers from Michigan, Texas, Alabama, Michigan State, & more.  

Illinois is the latest to offer 2025 guard Chance Mallory. The Team Thrill product is a heady floor general with extensive range & touch. Puts pressure on the rim by beating closeouts with his burst & quick counter moves. He’s showcased some impressive shotmaking this spring while proving he’s a threat to get downhill. The Virginia native has been another stockriser on the East Coast who continues to attract the attention of Division-One programs. VCU, Maryland, Virginia Tech, Seton Hall, & more have offered this spring. 

Kansas is the latest to offer Top-50 2025 wing Sebastian Williams-Adams. Physical, well-built athlete who is a mismatch machine that can score inside & out. Hard-nosed & tough rim finisher who can convert layups through contact. Has made growth as a spot-up shooter where he shows promising & solid mechanics. Tough rebounder who plays with a high motor on the glass. Flashes his switchability on the defensive end by guarding in space while being able to hold his own in the low post. The Texas native holds offers from Rice, Texas, Houston, & a few others. 

Rutgers is the latest to offer Top-70 2025 wing Dorian Jones. Quick-twitch and long athlete who is a prominent two-way threat on the floor. Smooth spot-up shooter with appealing fluidity off the catch. Capable grab & go threat who can ignite fast breaks after forcing turnovers. Leverages his length to generate deflections, jump passing lanes & to help rebound. The rangy athlete has also flashed strong weak-side rotating by using his ground coverage & length to slide into the lane. The Ohio native holds offers from the likes of Dayton, Arkansas, Michigan State, Xavier, & more. 

NC State is the latest to offer Top-15 2025 wing Sadiq White. Defensive specimen who is a rangy athlete, brisk rotator & a switchable weapon. Leverages his length, motor & size to be highly productive as a rebounder on both ends of the floor. Prominent & springy putback threat who can finish plays above the rim when defenders don’t get a body on him. Bouncy & emphatic finisher/lob threat filled with vertical pop. Tennessee, Syracuse, Texas, LSU, Alabama, Virginia Tech, & multiple others have offered the North Carolina native.

St. Louis is the latest to offer 2025 wing Kash Polk. He’s garnered some buzz with his play during the HS live periods and he’s certainly trending upwards. Skilled offensive prospect with an appealing mix of size (6’9”), length & shotmaking ability. Smooth pull-up scorer who isn’t the most explosive creator, yet he can generate advantages with right crossovers & strong footwork. Fluid spot-up shooter whose range extends out to the three-point line, plus he can be utilized in the pick & pop. Still developing physically, although the combination of size & shooting certainly pops. Oklahoma also offered back in late April this spring. 

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