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2025 Recruiting Class Rankings: 11-20

2025 Recruiting Class Rankings: 11-20

2025 Recruiting Class Rankings: Classes 11-20

#11 Vanderbilt Commodores (SEC)

6 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 821  Prospect Avg PPV: 136.83

In their second year of recruiting the Commodores had an incredible class made of several stars. Texas Middle Blocker Sydney Bryant headlines the class, but they also landed another top middle in Ariel Chime and a highly ranked Outside in Maya Witherspoon. This ended up being a sneaky-deep class and the late addition of Chime was a huge W for the SEC’s newest program. 

#12 Duke Blue Devils (ACC)

5 Verbals   Team Total PPV: 717  Prospect Avg PPV: 143.4

The Blue Devils landed an excellent class with two top 50 girls in top Floridian Charlotte Glass (Top 5 Setter in the class) and Zoe Gillen-Malveaux (already named an UA All-American), and another ranked prospect in TAV’s Olivia Wayne. 

#13 UCLA Bruins (Big 10)

5 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 715  Prospect Avg PPV: 143

UCLA landed two Top 75 recruits and both are from Florida.  Outside Hitter Mija Bendzuite and Middle Blocker Hazel Alevok. Ohio Libero Sakura Codling brings more depth and another Top 150 prospect to the class.

#14 BYU Cougars (Big 12)

4 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 616  Prospect Avg PPV: 154

BYU’s star of the class was Top 10 Texas Outside Suli Davis. Davis has the chance to be a superstar in Provo and was recruited by many of the top 25 programs in the USA.  They also landed another top 75 OH commit in Colorado’s Anna Blamires.

#15 Houston Cougars (Big 12)

4 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 607  Prospect Avg PPV: 151.75

Houston heads the class with Tenesyn Frye from Idaho. Frye is an aggressor running the offense. The Cougars then landed a top 150 middle and a top 100 libero with the verbals of Tara Greenberry and Gillian Pitts. Overall, a very impressive class for Houston. 

#16 Purdue Boilermakers (Big 10)

4 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 597  Prospect Avg PPV: 149.25

The Boilermakers class consists of four commits.  The star is top 20 outside Addy Tindall. The power-armed Tindall looks to be a future key on the front line.  They had another big recruiting W, locking down top 150 Setter Isabelle Bardin, in February and top 150 OH Maija Howse rounding out the Boilers class.

#17 UNLV Rebels (Mountain West)

6 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 595  Prospect Avg PPV: 99.17

UNLV is the only non-Power 4 team in the top 20, and they were able to do that by grabbing Texas Middle Blocker Kaelynn Sims and other top 150 prospects in Maya Banks and Kaia Thiele. The Running Rebels should land the #1 class in the Mountain West this cycle.

#18 Iowa State Cyclones (Big 12)

4 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 570  Prospect Avg PPV: 142.5

The Cyclones were able to keep two top-50 prospects in the Midwest.  Kansas’ Alea Goolsby and Minnesota’s Mesaiya Bettis. Both of those outsides look to be key pieces in the future of a fast-growing Cyclones team.

#19 Missouri Tigers (SEC)

4 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 553  Prospect Avg PPV: 125.75

The Tigers had the surprise steal of the class when they landed top 10 OH Asia Harvey. Harvey, is the top Georgia prospect and is the main reason Mizzou landed in the Top 20.

#20 Penn State (Big 10)

5 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 547  Prospect Avg PPV: 109.4

Penn State’s class isn’t as highly ranked as years past, but they still were able to add top East Coast players in Virginia’s Alexis Ewing and New York’s Marin Collins. They also added a top Indiana Libero in Lexi Gin. 

#21 Illinois Fighting Illini (Big 10)

5 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 500  Prospect Avg PPV: 100

We apologize for the confusion Illinois was accidentally omitted from yesterday’s rankings, so we will add them today. 

The Illini struck early and often in June.  Headlining with Top 30 prospect in Wisconsin Middle Gabriella Pitcel.  Illinois then added one of the most underrated liberos in the ‘25 class in South Dakota’s Taryn Kirsch. In total, the class has high-end talent and overall depth.

Prospect Point Value (PPV) Breakdown

Max Point Value is 250 #1 Player in the Class

100 Point Value= Approximate 150th Player in the Class

99-76 Point Value= Eventual Starter, Role Player later in Career

75-51 Point Value= Power 4 Eventual Role Player/Mid-Major Starter

50-25 Point Value= Mid-Major Eventual Role Player

Prospect Bonus Points

Top 5 in Class= 50 points Top 10 in Class= 45 points. Top 11-20 in Class= 35 Top 21-30 in Class= 25 points

Top 31-50 in Class= 20 points Top 51-60 in Class= 15 points Top 61-75 in Class= 10 points

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Zachary Tipton