Since the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp we got a chance to see many players in the performance Class of 2026. We conducted several events such as King Of The Capital, Slam Dunk Breast Cancer, Tip Off Classic, Clash For The Cup and Spring Invitational. We have comprised a list of the Top 30 Class of 2025 Players we saw. This list is based on player and is only our opinion and should be taken as such. PLEASE NOTE: WE UNDERSTAND THAT SOME PLAYERS MIGHT APPEAR ON THIS LIST BECAUSE OF THEIR AGE. IF SO PLEASE CONTACT US TO EDIT IMMEDIATELY. THIS IS A GRADE BASED RANKING!
Basketball Spotlight Class Of 2025 Top 30 Player Performance Rankings
1. Judah Hidalgo Guard (Team Final)- Hidalgo had been vying for the spot and now has arrived. After stellar performances at the Future Phenom Camp and Slam Dunk Breast Cancer, Judah snatched the ranking leading Team Final to the Tip Off Classic and Clash For The Cup Championships. His performance in the Clash finals was one of the best of the year thus far.
2. Jebron Harris Forward (NJ Scholars)- Harris still has claim for #1 as he took home MVP Honors for Future Phenom Camp and Slam Dunk Breast Cancer. He might have a few more events to get the crown back.
3. Peter Mauro Guard (Black Ops)- Mauro is another guard who stock rose after the Future Phenom Camp and Slam Dunk Breast Cancer. He has proven that he can get buckets on anyone while showing well on the Spotlight circuit.
4. AJ Dynasta Forward (Expressions)- Dynasta made a national name after finishing #4 at the Future Phenom Camp. More recently he showed us he could boogie again by leading Expressions Elite to the final four of the Spring Invitational.
5. Shareef Jackson Forward (Team Jacko)- Jackson just needed the Spring Invitational to crack our rankings. The versatile forward was too much to handle he led his team to the banner. He put up serious numbers and dominated on both ends of the floor.
6. Austin Spencer Guard (NJ Playaz)- Spencer was a total problem on the Spotlight circuit. I saw him torch a few teams while helping his team reach the championship of the Clash For The Cup and Spring Invitational.
7. Manuel Castro Guard (RS Elite)- The transition of Castro’s game was on full display at the Future Phenom Camp and Slam Dunk Breast Cancer. The wing guard brings scoring, energy and defense to the game. I look forward to seeing him more in the future.
8. Olin Chamberlain Guard (Team Final)- Chamberlain jumped into our Top 10 after teaming with Hidalgo to lead Team Finals to multiple titles. The scoring guard’s job was to get buckets and he did it well. He got it done in bunches.
9. Chidi Nwigwe Guard (Monroe Crusaders)- Nwigwe scores like we breath and he proved it during the Slam Dunk Breast Cancer and during the Clash For The Cup. The big guard has a lot of wiggle and doesn’t mind getting it done with his hometown team.
10. Naiim Parrish Guard (NJ Bulldogs)- Parrish made his 2025 debut at the Spring Invitational and instantly looked like one of the top guards in the building. His scoring ability and play making stood out as he led the NJ Bulldogs to the final four.
11. Isaiah Skinn Guard (NJ Playaz)- The southpaw scored the scoring column during the Future Phenom Camp and Slam Dunk Breast Cancer. His play picked up at our events during the Spring Invitational while helping the Playaz reach the finals.
12. Ke’Mari Beache Guard (Jets)- Beache was spectacular upon his arrival at the Future Phenom Camp. He maneuvers anywhere he wants on the floor while having a crazy handle and a deep trigger.
13. DJ Snead Guard (NY Rens)- Snead showed good at the Future Phenom Camp, Slam Dunk Breast Cancer and Delson Combine. Snead’s versatility allows him to get things done on both ends of the floor.
14. Jordan Ghee Guard (NJ Scholars)- After good showings at the Future Phenom Camp and Slam Dunk Breast Cancer. Ghee caught fire during the Clash For The Cup as our scout said he probably was the best shooter in the building.
15. Jaysean Williams Guard (Team Spartans)- Williams has charted good at several events including the Future Phenom Camp and Delson Combine. The dynamic point guard has also added some scoring punch to his game.
17. Mehki Ragland Forward (NJ Scholars)
18. Luke Bevilacqua Forward (Team Jacko)
19. David Munro Forward (NJ Shore Shots)
20. Amir Jenkins Guard (Expressions Elite)
22. Nazier Williams Forward (Team Spartans)
23. Deuce Maxey Guard (Team Final)
24. Linstro Griffin Forward (NJ Shore Shots)
25. Trey Lewis Forward (NY Gauchos)
27. Samaj Long Guard (NJ Playaz)
28. Shawn Spencer Guard (NJ Playaz)
29. Alex Grospe Guard (NJ Bulldogs)
30. Ronald Richardson Forward (NJ Playaz)