AJ Dybansta reclassifies to the Class of 2025

AJ Dybantsa who is the top high school basketball player in the 2026 class has decided to reclassify to 2025. He announced it on his Instagram page, writing “time is right!”

With him reclassifying to the Class of 2005 will put him as the top player in his class. Now it moves Cameron Boozer to the number two player in the class in which he previously the top reign player for a couple of months. Cooper Flagg was the top player in the class this past summer and in the fall he reclassify to 2024. 

Dybansta a native of Brockton, Massachusetts playing for Prolific Prep in Napa, California this upcoming season. The 6-foot-8 forward averaged 25.8 points, 5.6 rebounds and 2.4 assists at Peach Jam. In addition, he averaged over 20 points and five rebounds in the Drew League in Los Angeles where he was playing with pro players. 

This past summer he work out with LeBron James and Kevin Durant working on his game. In addition, he attended the Jayson Tatum Camp in St. Louis, were Tatum, Chris Paul, Bradley Beal, Paolo Banchero, Cam Whitmore and Jett Howard were the counselors.

Adding Dybansta to the Class of 2025 has the potential to be one of the best classes to remember. With Dybansta and Boozer, you have Koa Peat, Darryn Peterson, Darius Acuff, and Caleb Wilson. 

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