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Rivals250 Rankings for 2025 – Alabama prospects prominently featured in 2025 Rivals250 rankings

Rivals250 Rankings for 2025 - Alabama prospects prominently featured in 2025 Rivals250 rankings

Earlier this week, expanded their initial Rivals100 list for the 2025 class to an updated Rivals250 ranking. As usual, the state of Alabama is well-represented among the national group of rising sophomores to watch.

Fourteen prospects from the Yellowhammer State are listed among the nation’s best, we break down the list below.



Biggest riser:

– Williams is now firmly among the nation’s best prospects in the 2025 class. He rose up 38 spots from the initial Rivals100 rankings and now finds himself at No. 5 overall in the Top250. The Alabama commit is coming off a dominant sophomore campaign, recording 1,641 receiving yards and 24 touchdowns while also rushing for 700 yards and an additional 15 scores.


Dynamic Debuts:

– Crawford had the highest debut in the Rivals250 rankings, checking in at No. 61. The 6-foot-1, 300-pound prospect is coming off an impressive sophomore season and has had a big offseason, picking up notable offers from Georgia, Texas A&M, Florida State, Florida, Auburn, and a whole lot more.

– The pinpoint, signal-caller tallied 3,176 passing yards and 40 touchdowns while leading his Saraland team to a state championship. That success has translated to a ton of recruiting buzz as Oklahoma, Pitt, Virginia Tech, Mississippi State, Tennessee, and Alabama are just some of the programs that have offered this offseason. Lacey debuted at No. 66, but has all the potential to keep moving up.

– New Auburn head coach Hugh Freeze is already doing work in his SEC return, Autry was a big get for the Tigers’ 2025 class back on February 1st. He checks in at No. 167 in the initial Rivals250. Autry is expected to help lead the recruiting charge for Auburn moving forward. He chose the Tigers over the likes of Georgia, Georgia Tech, LSU, Kentucky, Michigan, and Louisville.

– Winters debuts on the backend of the Rivals250, at No. 242, but has plenty of upside to keep moving up the list throughout his high school career. The four-star has picked up recent offers from Missouri, Oklahoma, and Auburn. He recently visited Alabama and plans to check out Oklahoma (March 25th) and Ole Miss (March 30th) in March with a return trip to Auburn also planned.


Best of the rest:

– Fegans is a most-wanted man in the Yellowhammer State. The four-star recently visited Alabama, LSU, and Auburn while picking up new offers from Florida State, Kentucky, Oregon, Penn State, Colorado, and Ole Miss.

– Grady tallied 108 tackles and 22 sacks during his sophomore season, so it’s no surprise that Georgia, Auburn, Florida State, and Ole Miss are just some of the schools in pursuit of the dominant defensive end.

– Smith is another top player in the 2025 class that has the attention of virtually every top program. The No. 23 player in the class will be back at Georgia this weekend and recently visited Florida.

– Debose rose up 13 spots in the latest rankings update and finds himself at No. 26 overall. The four-star committed to the defending back-to-back national champs Georgia back on January 16th.

– No 2025 athlete has a more extensive offer list than Henderson with 65 total offers claimed and that includes his pick of any blue blood program in the country. The four-star tallied 2,636 rushing yards and 49 touchdowns during his sophomore season, so he’s got the stats to back up his ranking.

Tennessee, Texas, and Miami are the three latest offers for the four-star prospect, who already has over a dozen offers on his resume.

– The 6-foot-2, 178-pound athlete started to gain a lot of attention during his sophomore campaign and has nearly 20 offers to choose from already. TCU, Kentucky, Missouri, Ole Miss, and Colorado are the latest programs to get involved.

– Faulk did it all on the gridiron during his sophomore season, tallying 79.5 tackles and 13 tackles for loss on defense while hauling in 16 passes for 356 yards and four scores on offense. The four-star is approaching 20 offers and has taken recent trips to Tennessee and Georgia.

– Rogers is one of the most versatile running backs in the country, a skilled rusher out of the backfield that can also create plenty of problems as a pass-catcher as well. The four-star has nearly 30 offers and is coming off recent visits to in-state schools, Alabama and Auburn.

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Sean Williams, National Recruiting Analyst