AJ Dybantsa is one of the most electric players in the 2025 class.
The uber-talented wing is the top-ranked prospect in the class and continues to impress each time he’s on the floor, recently leading Nike’s EYBL Circuit Peach Jam in scoring at 26 points per game while playing up in age groups.
At 6-foot-8 with a 7-foot-1 wingspan, guard skills, and the ability to guard each position on the court, Dybantsa has the ability to be an instant impact player.
It’s no surprise that Dybantsa is one of Kentucky’s top targets in 2025, receiving an offer from Kentucky in November, followed by a visit from John Calipari.
Dybantsa recently did an interview with On3’s Jamie Shaw where he spoke about his thoughts on Kentucky.
“I talked with him when he offered me. We just talked about what Terrence (Clarke) did and how I can do the same thing, and maybe better. Obviously, the goal for me is the league after one year, so I’m looking at the schools that have a resume of getting players to the league after one year.”
Dybantsa is from Massachusetts and has spoken about the relationship he had with Clarke, saying Clarke was like a brother to him.
Several schools are pursuing Dybantsa, including USC, Auburn, and North Carolina, which are viewed as the main contenders right now, along with Kentucky.
Dybantsa could also consider the professional route, but he told Shaw that it’s most likely he would go to college.
Dybantsa is one of the best high school prospects in the country, regardless of class, and landing him at Kentucky would be a massive win for John Calipari and Co.