Our updated prospect rankings have continued in a big way and continue below as we look further at the 2025 prospects in New Jersey. There will be plenty more to come, including a look at the 2026 prospect class, but here’s a look at the No. 26-30 prospect in New Jersey as ranked by PGH NJ.
No. 26:– 5-6 CG, Lenape
Easily one of the most entertaining players in New Jersey last season, especially in South Jersey, Henry plays with a certain demeanor, a swagger, that is unmatched. We were able to see the confidence in her game every time she stepped on the floor just by how she handled herself, and wow what a player she has been. A great shooter, quick with the ball and quick up-and-down the floor, a great flair for the dramatic and ball-handling skills like crazy.
No. 27:– 5-10 SF, Allentown
Playing for NJ Shoreshots this summer has helped McCrea out immensely because she’s come to play and come to dominate on the floor for Allentown. Her height plays to her advantage down on the post as someone who swallows up rebounds and swats shots away with ease. Couple that with an unmatched offensive tenacity and you’ve got the complete package at the forward position in McCrea.
No. 28:– PG, Saddle River Day
Williamson is another player who has not only dominated so far in high school, but has made the necessary changes and growth to her game in the AAU circuit with the NJ Lady Titans. She plays quick, thinks quick and just flat out is quick with the ball and up-and-down the floor. A great player to rely on in dribble-drive situations, this undersized guard can get it done with ease.
No. 29:– PF, Nottingham
An interesting player to watch on a team that struggled in the CVC last season, Wylie will be playing some high-level competition this season in Ewing, Hightstown, Notre Dame and more, and she hung tough with the best of them. Wylie is a big-bodied forward who knows how to utilize her size and has a knack for hauling in rebounds. We’re eager to see how much her defense will continue to improve, but if she can use that size to get more baskets and scoring opportunities this season.
No. 30:– PG/SG, Secaucus
Torrillo is going to have a fantastic supporting cast around her this season and she’ll likely be part of a tandem running the point for the Patriots. Having such strength at every position is only going to help her develop more as a leader and as a playmaker. She plays up-tempo and likes to switch things up on the floor and is so creative with the ball as well as a solid three-point shooter. We’re just seeing the beginnings of an elite talent in her.