ELITE 60 Rankings Update - 2025

ELITE 60 Rankings Update - 2025
Jasmine Davidson

Aaliyah Chavez of Lubbock, Texas, holds the top spot in the ProspectsNation.com ELITE 60. *Photo by Eliteye Media.

The scholastic school season is wrapping up across the country. While the high school season is less than ideal for national relevant matchups throughout the season, there are some pockets that allow many of the players in the conversation to be in the ELITE 150 a moment to show their work.  

With that comes the winter update to the 2025 class which sets the stage heading into the spring evaluation weekends to expand towards the final ELITE 150 list.

The top two spots remain unchanged with two incredible perimeter players, Aaliyah Chavez of Lubbock, Texas, and Jasmine Davidson of Clackamas, Oregon.  Chavez is arguable the most explosive offensive player in the class while Davidson is as versatile as they come on both ends of the floor.

Aaliyah Chavez

Texas, Class of 2025






Jasmine Davidson

Oregon, Class of 2025






This class isn’t very deep in the post but the top interior player in the class, Sienna Betts, a UCLA commit from Centennial, Colorado, holds the No. 3 spot

Sienna Betts

Colorado, Class of 2025




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Agot Makeer a 6-foot-1-inch perimeter player from Crestwood Acadey in Ontario, Canada, is in the conversation for the biggest riser in the class.  Last summer she made waves with her Kia Nurse Elite club team but has moved up even more this winter with her junior campaign at Crestwood.


Three of the top 10 are committed so far and six of the top 25.  Betts is the highest ranked commit. She'll be joining her older sister and the No. 1 player from teh 2022 class, Lauren Betts.  Keziah Lofton of Yukon, Oklahoma, is teh No. 7 player in the most current ELITE 60, and is commited to her home-state Oklahoma Sooners.  No. 8 Hailee Swain of Marietta, Georgia, committed to Stanford over 18 months ago.  

Nos. 19, 23 and 25 are all off the board with Kelis Fisher of Baltimore, Maryland, giving her verbal commitment to UConn, Kira Reynolds, of South Bend, Indiana, to Purdue and No. 25 Janiyah Williams of Stillwater, Oklahoma, to the Ducks, just this week.



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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