The 9th annual CP3 Rising Stars Camp took place this weekend in Greensboro, North Carolina where some of the top 2024 and 2025 prospects from the entire country came together under one roof at the Greensboro Sportsplex. Each year the CP3 organization brings in tomorrows stars where a lot of underclassmen are first seen on a national scene. There were four different All-Star Games for each class: Rising Stars, Top 20, Top 40 and Top 60. Yesterday we took a look at part one on some of the prospects in the Rising Stars Game and below is second breakdown on some of the 2025 prospects that made the Rising Stars Game and played against the 2024 Rising Stars…
2025 Colt Langdon | 6’7 | Team Loaded VA
It was great seeing Langdon back on the court in Greensboro this past weekend as he was sidelined for most of the summer because of an injury. Langdon’s size immediately stands out standing at 6’7 which will certainly attract college coaches. Langdon did not lose on a beat on his jumper when he was hurt or his ability to make winning plays as Langdon plays with a high basketball IQ. Langdon will be near the top of recruiting boards for a lot of high major programs in the southeast.
2025 Trey McKenney | 6’3 | Bates Fundamentals
Coming from Flint, Michigan, McKenney is the next big thing out of the state and is already making a name for himself at the national level. Standing at 6’3, he has ideal size and has already seen some action on the EYBL Circuit playing 16U with Bates Fundamentals. McKenney is on track to become a high major prospect that can impact the game at a high level on both sides of the ball.
2025 Jack McCaffery | 6’7 | All Iowa Attack
Son of Iowa coach Fran McCaffery, McCaffery showed that he has the shooting gene just like his older brothers who went on to play at Iowa. At 6’7, he can play on the perimeter with the ball in his hands but can also post up and be efficient around the rim. The future is very bright for McCaffery and is a name people will start hearing more of by the time he starts playing high school basketball.
2025 Trent Sisley | 6’8 | Indy Heat 2025
Sisley has scary potential with the versatility he can bring while on the basketball court. Sisley is an athletic forward with good size that can be productive in the low post but also stretch it out to the perimeter and make shots. There were times this summer where Sisley absolutely dominated games and that was no different during his time at CP3 Rising Stars Camp.
2025| 6’9 | Proskills
Jefferson was absolutely dominant at CP3 Rising Stars Camp and earned every right to be in the Rising Stars All Star Game. With Jefferson’s height, he used that to be a force in the low post. He was finishing everything under the rim in large part because of his good footwork and good low post skills. He also showed that he can face up and shoot it from 15 feet in. Jefferson used his size to be a force on the boards as he was rebounding the ball at a high level on both ends of the ball.
2025| 6’8 | Nightrydas
Boozer is looking like to be the early leader in the clubhouse to become the number one prospect out of the 2025 class and what he did this past weekend in Greensboro at CP3 Rising Stars Camp only helped his case. Boozer is highly skilled and athletic for the forward position and simply dominated people in Greensboro. When he is at his best, there is nobody from the 2025 class that can produce like Boozer.
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