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The Top 10: Best 2025 Recruiting Classes

The Top 10: Best 2025 Recruiting Classes

2025 Recruiting Class Rankings: Top 10

#1 Texas Longhorns (SEC)

5 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 1,317  Prospect Avg PPV: 263.4

The reigning National Champs got even better (Is that even possible) with one of the best recruiting classes ever.  The Horns 3 Top 10 prospects and our #1 and #2 OH in Abby Vander Wal and Cari Spears, our #1 Middle in Taylor Harvey and our Co-#1 Libero in Calie Krueger.  Throw in Addy Gaido a Top 3-4 OPP and that’s a wrap.  The Texas class is over 100 PPV ahead of #2 and sets them up to continue the winning tradition in Austin. 

#2 Nebraska Cornhuskers (Big 10)

5 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 1,205  Prospect Avg PPV: 241

Nebraska will always have a top national class.  The National Runner-Ups headline the class with Arizona’s Teraya Sigler, our #3 OH, but some would argue #1.  They also locked up the #2 Setter in the class in Campbell Flynn, who is the second-ranked.  Ryan Hunter is the #2 OPP in the class and in-state Libero Keri Leimbach is in everyone’s Top 5.  The biggest commit of the class may have been MB Manaia Ogbechie, who decommitted from Northwestern late in the Spring.  She fills a position of need for the Huskers and gave them an additional Top 150 player to solidify the #2 spot.. It was a great class for the Cornhuskers and sets them up to continue battle step for step with rivals Texas. 

#3 USC Trojans (Big 10)

6 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 1,120  Prospect Avg PPV: 186.66

USC joins the Big 10 with a top 3 2025 class. They were able to land two top 10 prospects in #1 ranked Opposite and #2 overall in the class Abigail Mullen (UA All-American) #3 ranked Setter Reese Messer gives the Trojans another Top 10 prospect. Top 40 prospect and Co #1 Libero Taylor Deckert (UA All-American) along with Top 75 prospect OH Quinn Loper. Overall that puts them with four girls in the top 75 and sets them up to be a force in the Big 10 for years to come. 

#4 Texas A&M Aggies (SEC)

5 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 1,002  Prospect Avg PPV: 200.4

The Aggies of Texas A&M started the recruiting cycle hot when they got a verbal from a Top 5 Setter and Top 25 prospect Kirra Musgrove.  Next came a big verbal from top 75 Outside Megan Fitch and Top 100 Libero Addi Applegate who comes from Munciana and will help immediately. The Aggies were not done, then landing Top 50 outside Mackenzie Collins in August to fill up their class. Overall an impressive class for the Aggies. 

#5 Oregon Ducks (Big 10)

4 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 965  Prospect Avg PPV: 241.25

The Ducks have one of the most intriguing classes. They only have four commits, but all four commits are ranked in the top 40, which gives them the second highest Avg PPV in the nation. They were able to stack their class with top 20 outside, Indiana’s Logan Bell, top 30 Arizona Middle Kenna Cogill, and two top 40 Setters in Oregon’s Kamden Mitchell and Florida’s Izzy Mogridge. The class is loaded and as consistent as anyone in the USA.

#6 Wisconsin Badgers (Big 10)

4 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 939  Prospect Avg PPV: 234.75

Wisconsin has a very similar class to Oregon (three girls in the top 40 and one top 75). The Badgers got their recruiting done early when they landed all four commitments in the first 8 days of the cycle. They started with Wisconsin OH Madison Quest, Nebraska MB Natalie Wardlow, and Illinois Setter Addy Horner. They then went and brought in Kentucky Libero Kristen Simon to fill out their class on June 23rd. Wisconsin is hoping to build off another final-four run. 

#7 Indiana Hoosiers (Big 10)

6 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 936  Prospect Avg PPV: 156

Indiana had an incredible class early grabbing three top 70 players.  Highlighted by top 30 OH Charlotte Vinson and Illinois Libero Aniya Warren who is a Top 5 position and Top 50 overall prospect.  Kentucky Setter Isabela Haggard. They then landed ranked Libero Avery Freeman and Michigan Middle Victoria Gray only a few months later to add to that already stellar class.  Six quality athletes sets Indiana up to continue to move up the tough Big Ten Standings in the future.

#8 Minnesota Golden Gophers (Big 10)

4 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 901  Prospect Avg PPV: 225.25

The new Minnesota coaching staff had one heck of a start with the 2025 class when they grabbed a verbal from Florida top 20 prospect Outside Kelly Kinney and then landing in-state Right Side Carly Gilk shortly after. Later the Gophers got a verbal from Texas Middle Jordan Taylor, who is a top 40 prospect (and underrated at that spot).  Coach Cook finished the class with a top 50 Libero in McKenna Garr, another in-state star.  This is a class that moves the needle in the right direction for a Gopher staff that should continue to have recruiting classes climb the charts.

#9 Stanford Cardinal (ACC)

4 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 894  Prospect Avg PPV: 223.5

New members of the ACC, the Cardinal once again are putting together a top national class. Recruiting is completely different for the Cardinal, who just started celebrating verbals two weeks ao.  But, they did so in a big way, with a verbal from our #1 Setter in Logan Parks.  Stanford then brought in Colorado Middle Erika Sayer a highly-sought after prospect wanted by many of the Top 10 programs last Summer. This class isn’t done and looks to add another Top 10 overall prospect soon.

#10 Louisville Cardinals (ACC)

4 Verbals  Team Total PPV: 840  Prospect Avg PPV: 210

Coach DBK had arguably her best recruiting class at Louisville.  It includes four top 60 players this included Indiana Outside Addison Makun, Iowa OH Chloe Meester, Illinois Setter Hannah Kenny, and California Middle Blocker Kalyssa Blackshear. All of these girls were within the 40-60 range.  The Cards may have the most underrated class in America with all four prospects probably deserving more national recognition.

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

Zachary Tipton