New Syracuse basketball target Ryder Frost, visiting, jumps to 4-star, top 100

Fast-rising Ryder Frost, a relatively new basketball recruit from Syracuse, has risen in the 2025 national rankings.

The 6-foot-4 Frost, a talented wing out of Massachusetts, received a scholarship offer from the Orange staff on May 20, one of several major offers he has received in recent weeks as his recruitment has surged.

Earlier this week, On3 updated its 2025 national rankings of the top 150 players in the rising high school class, and Frost was one of several prospects who jumped into the top 100.

In the renewal, On3 has Frost as a four-star, No. 99 overall, No. 22 at small forward and No. 2 in New Hampshire in the 2025 cycle.

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His full offer sheet also includes teams such as Iowa, West Virginia, the University of Illinois Chicago, Penn State, Harvard, Vermont, Rhode Island, Brown, UMass, Dartmouth, Holy Cross, Fairfield and Le Moyne.

Other recruiting services, including 247Sports and the industry-generated 247Sports Composite, have Frost as a three-star, but I expect that will change to four stars sooner or later. When I wrote this article, the 247Sports Composite ranked Frost at No. 238 overall, No. 52 at small forward and No. 5 in New Hampshire.

He attends Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, NH. On the AAU circuit this spring and summer, Frost will star for Boston-based Middlesex Magic’s 17U team in Under Armor Association competition.

During two spring sessions on the Under Armor Association circuit, first in South Carolina and more recently in Ohio, Frost was considered a top performer by several national analysts and scouts.

After securing his Syracuse basketball offer, several media reports stated that Frost has a strong interest in visiting the Orange program at some point. Stay tuned for that.

Since mid-April, at least five players in the 2025 cycle have received newer Syracuse basketball offers. Other new ‘Cuse recruits include four-star combo guard Acaden Lewis of Washington, D.C., three-star big man Asher Elson of New York City, four-star shooting guard Dante Allen of Florida and four-star small forward Shon Abaev of Florida. .

Last week, Syracuse basketball recorded its first verbal commitment in its class of 2025 when five-star forward Sadiq White Jr. from Charlotte, NC, a pledge to the Orange over other finalists Alabama, Southern California, Georgetown, LSU, Tennessee and Texas.

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