ELITE 150 - Class of 2025

ELITE 150 - Class of 2025
Agot Makeer

The race for No. 1 in the 2025 continues with multiple players with great resumes to consider. 


The Class of 2025 has emerged as a group with quality players from the top to the end of our ELITE 60 rankings. There’s value at every position and several late risers as the class progresses into their rising senior summer. 

Jaida Civil of Palm Bay High School (Florida) and Brandie Harrod of Millwood High School (Oklahoma) are great examples of the depth this class presents. Both have quietly gone about their business and seen their stock rise as a result, moving up 13 spots respectively. Alex Eschmeyer of Peak To Peak High School (Colorado) just did the same last week at the USA Basketball 17-and-Under Women’s National Tema Trials.

It’s not uncommon for classes to have fluid movement in the rankings throughout the course of their high school careers but the number of kids making late pushes in the rankings are higher in this one. The class has enough depth where there are already multiple Power 4 school commitments who are just on the outside of the ELITE 60 looking in.

The biggest riser in the top 20 is Agot Makeer of Crestwood Academy (Ontario, Canada).  The 6-foot-1 guard moves up 11 spots to No. 9 overall in the class.  

The top three remain unchanged, though the argument for their order continues, especially as they lead in their distinct roles.  


Aaliyah Chavez

Texas, Class of 2025


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Aaliyah Chavez of Lubbock, Texas, is the most explosive offensive player in the class.  While she takes a high volume of shots she is not a volume shooter as she finishes at an incredibly efficient rate – 50.7 percent from the floor, 48.2 percent from 3-point range and 81.5 percent from the free-throw line.  For perspective that means she scores 1.446 points per 3-point attempt, 1.167 points per 2-point attempt and fouling her while shooting means she’s scoring 1.63 points per trip to the line.  Forcing her to take twos while not fouling her isn’t so easy with her ability to create and hit from three.  She’s also averaging 4.7 assists in 32-minute games with a 1.74 assist-to-turnover ratio while leading the EYBL in scoring.  This is borderline ridiculous production.  Go ahead and google Caitlin Clark’s numbers at Iowa.  


Jasmine Davidson

Oregon, Class of 2025






Jasmine Davidson of Clackamas, Oregon, is the best two-way player in class.  She can guard the other team’s best player, except for a true center, and still be one of the best scorers in the gym. It’s no surprise she was chosen to play on the USA Basketball U18 national team.  Her 15.8 points, 6.8 rebounds and 4.6 assists in just 25.8 minutes per game in April with the Cal Stars EYBL shows her versatility.  Her assist-to-turnover ratio is off the charts too with a 3.83 ratio. Her ability to score as a slasher and in transition, to score without dominating the ball in the halfcourt it best in the class.


Sienna Betts

Colorado, Class of 2025




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Sienna Betts of Centennial, Colorado, is the best post player in the class.  Before heading to the USA U18 trials and making the team, she averaged an incredible double-double at adidas 3SSB Session I with 18.5 points 12.0 rebounds and threw in 6.0 assists per game in just 26.5 minutes and shooting over 60-percent from the floor.  It’s incredible to watch her seal and score in the paint one possession and then be a one-woman press break the next.  Her size and skill are a rare combination and she doesn’t waste a mismatch very often.  


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Brandon Clay serves as the Director of Scouting for ProspectsNation.com and owns The BrandonClayScouting.com Evaluation Report, which is read by more than 200 colleges and universities nationwide. He also serves as the Executive Skills Director for the Brandon Clay Scouting Academy Series.



Chris Hansen is managing editor of ProspectsNation.com and serves on the McDonald’s All-American and Naismith Trophy selection committees.  He was a co-founder of and the national director of scouting for ESPN HoopGurlz from 2005 until 2012 and is the director of the Check Me Out Showcase and ELITE is EARNED events.  He can be reached at chris@chrishansenbasketball.com.



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