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So much uncommitted talent in the 2025s....Here is our Top 10

So much uncommitted talent in the 2025s....Here is our Top 10

Top 10 2025s Uncommitted

By Zac Tipton and Kaitie Myers

The school season is underway, so we are coming up on the first 90 days of commitments. We have had nearly 200 Division 1 recruits in that period. However, there are still plenty of incredible Volleyball players left unsigned, including the two top players in the country, so this is our top 10 girls who are uncommitted. 

10. Jaidyn Jager, 6’1, OH, La Costa Canyon, Coast

Jager is one of the top two Outside Hitters from California. She was on the Junior Volleyball Association’s All-National Team and is coming off multiple 10+ kill games early in her Junior season. She remains one of the top OH’s available. 

9. Addi Applegate, 5’5, L/DS, Yorktown, Munciana

Applegate is the top remaining Libero in the class of 2025. she was ranked as the #4 overall player by PrepVolleyball, and she surpassed 1,000 career digs just a couple of weeks ago. She is part of the stacked Munciana VBC club and Yorktown High School team. With so many top-level programs close to her Applegate will have plenty of options close to home.

8. Bailey Warren, 5’10, OH, Fulshear, Houston Skyline

The little sister of Purdue’s Brielle Warren, Warren has made a name for herself in her own right, taking over as the face of an excellent Fulshear team and just saw her teammate, Sydney Black, commit to Colorado State. Warren won district MVP last year and had 17+ kills in her previous three games this year. Warren is ranked in the top 10 by PrepVolleyball and one of the three highly-regarded OHs on her Houston Skyline team.  When we interviewed Warren this Summer, she said her sister's advice was "take as much time as you can to commit" so she is doing just that, but make no mistake the high-flyer from Houston has many options.

7. Ruby Hill, 6’3, S, J Serra, WAVE

Ruby Hill is the top-ranked Setter available and for programs looking for height at the position she is your pick.  At 6’3, she is the tallest setter in the 2025s (tied w/ Wisconsin verbal Addison Horner). She had over 570 assists last year for JSerra and over 160 kills, averaging two per set. With setter considered the most important position, Ruby is highly sought after and another prospect with the decision of staying on the West Coast or does she head East for college?

6. Taylor Harvey, 6’2, MB, Bountiful, Club V

Harvey is the top-ranked Middle remaining in the class, making her incredibly valuable and a massive add for teams looking to add an-impact player at this point of the recruiting process. Harvey is the only Middle Blocker inside the top 50 still available. She was part of the Girls U19 USA Volleyball team. She competed in the 2023 FIVB U21 World Championships and finished 6th. The two-sport athlete so you know she is athletic and is also the younger sister of Stanford’s Jordan Harvey, Taylor is fun to watch. She’s played up at Club V and for good reason. She is efficient offensively and has great lateral speed. Will she follow her sister or make her own path with another top program?

5. Asia Harvey, 6’0, OH, Sandy Creek, A5

Asia Harvey, the top Georgia player in the country, is currently ranked #10 by PrepDig. She was named to the All-Tournament team at AAU Nationals and was named to the All-Club American team.  She was named to the JVA watchlist as well.  Does the GA star stay local (SEC) or head to the Midwest?

4. Kaci Demaria, 6’3, OH, Palos Verdes, Surfside

Demaria is another one of the “Big Guns” still open in their recruitment. Kaci is a U19 National Team Alum that won gold this summer. She competed with Harvey at the U21 championships and was on the AVCA Phenom Watchlist in 21 and 22. She’s the top-ranked player out of California.  The #4 overall recruit via PrepDig. She was on everybody’s radar after the Triple Crown NIT win. DeMaria is a strong, consistent outside hitter. Wherever she decides to play her collegiate career, they will be getting the whole package. With most top programs trying to land her. Does she stay on the West Coast or possibly a Big Ten school?

3. Suli Davis, 6’1, OH, Colleyville Heritage, Drive Nation

Davis was also part of the 2023 USAV U19 National Team with Taylor Harvey. Davis is a machine when it comes to putting attacks on the floor. Proof: In her last four games she’s combined for 98 kills. Including back-to-back 32-kill games. She took an official visit to Wisconsin last weekend and is one of the prized gems at OH remaining in the 2025s. Davis is at the top of her game and will be a major add for whoever can get her verbal.  Her on-court intensity and competitiveness make her a great fit for a big-time program. We have heard several high-profile programs in pursuit of the Texas standout the Wisconsin visit confirms that.

2. Abigail Mullen, 6’3, RS, Liberty, Dynasty

Mullen is considered one of the two top prizes at the top of this year's class. Between her and Macaria Spears, there is a heated debate about who is the #1 player in the class. She was the only 2025 named First Team All-American by PrepVolleyball last season. The top opposite in this class. 2023 U21 and U19 National Team member. Very calm and

composed on the court. Obviously her arm is strong, but her all around game makes her highly

sought after.  She has been rumored to have offers from all of the “perennial powers” in college volleyball and her sister is a freshman at UCLA.  Many anxious coaches waiting on the soft-spoken Mullen to make her pick, but when she does her game will speak volumes at the next level.

1. Macaria Spears, 6’3, OH, Prestonwood Christian, TAV

All eyes are on this Texas star as she decides her school.  Spears is the top-ranked player according to most sources and watching the elite athlete for a only minutes it’s easy to see why.   Spears is a POWER player who can just hammer the volleyball with ease and put it wherever she wants on the floor. She shined at the USA Nationals playing up with the 17s.  As a Sophomore, she was named Gatorade State Player of the Year in Texas with crazy stats all over the board with 544 blocks, 225 Digs, 65 blocks, and 50 aces. She can do everything on the floor at an elite level. Spears is going to be a program-changing player for whatever school  lands her and the competition for that verbal is intense.

Zachary Tipton