A Hawkeye dozen: Rounding up Iowa basketball’s recent class of 2025 June offers

After another trip to the NCAA Tournament, Iowa head basketball coach Fran McCaffery and staff are looking to continue restocking talent for the future.

The Hawkeye coaching staff got busy in the middle of June, sending out a dozen offers in the 2025 class.

Let’s recap everyone that received an Iowa offer and share a little bit about each.

Hudson Greer

Hudson Greer is another blue-chip prospect according to 247Sports. 247Sports ranks Greer as a four-star recruit, as the No. 56 player nationally, and as the No. 15 small forward. Meanwhile, Rivals regards Greer as a three-star talent and the country’s No. 73 overall player in the 2025 class.

Out of Lake Travis High School in Texas, Greer also holds offers from programs such as Alabama, Auburn, Creighton, Kansas State, LSU, Texas, and UCLA.

Cam Ward

Cam Ward is another blue-chip 2025 product. Out of Largo High School in Upper Marlboro, Md., Ward is a 6-foot-6 small forward. ESPN and 247Sports both rate Ward as a four-star talent.

According to ESPN, Ward is the nation’s No. 44 player in the 2025 class nationally, the No. 11 small forward and the No. 2 player from Maryland. Per 247Sports, Ward is the No. 55 player in the country, the No. 14 small forward and the top player from Maryland.

He has offers from Arkansas, Georgetown, Illinois, Maryland, Syracuse, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia Tech and West Virginia.

Nyk Lewis

The 6-foot-2 point guard is out of Gonzaga High School in Washington, D.C. Iowa joins a set of offers that also features schools such as Kansas State, LSU, Maryland, Seton Hall, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech.

Rivals rates Nyk Lewis as a five-star point guard and the nation’s No. 13 player overall. Meanwhile, 247Sports ranks Lewis as a four-star prospect, as the  country’s No. 52 player overall and as the No. 5 point guard.

Christian Gurdak

ESPN ranks Christian Gurdak as a four-star recruit. The 6-foot-10 recruit is rated as the No. 24 center by ESPN and as the top player from Virginia. The Paul VI Catholic High School product also has offers from Maryland, Notre Dame and Penn State.

Nate Ament

Nate Ament is a 6-foot-7 recruit from Colgan High School in Virginia. On3 rates Ament as a four-star shooting guard, as the No. 46 player nationally and as the No. 12 shooting guard in the 2025 class. In addition to Iowa, Ament has offers from Creighton, Maryland, Penn State, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.

Jack Bailey

Jack Bailey is out of the Blair Academy in New Jersey. ESPN lists Bailey as a four-star recruit, as the country’s No. 22 center and as the No. 5 player from New Jersey. Bailey also has Power 5 offers from Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State and St. John’s.

Parker Jefferson

Parker Jefferson is a 6-foot-10 center from Waxahachie High School in Texas. Iowa joins a list of offers that also includes Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas A&M and Texas Tech.

247Sports rates Jefferson as a four-star recruit, the country’s No. 44 player overall and as the No. 6 center. Rivals ranks Jefferson as the country’s No. 42 player in the 2025 class.

Nigel James

Nigel James is a 6-foot point guard out of Cushing Academy in Ashburnham, Mass. ESPN rates James as a four-star recruit, as the No. 30 point guard and as the No. 2 player from Massachusetts. Marquette, Massachusetts, Providence, St. John’s, and St. Joseph’s have also offered.

Zymicah Wilkins

Zymicah Wilkins is from Christ School in Rutherfordton, N.C. The 6-foot-8 product is a four-star center in the 2025 class per ESPN. According to ESPN, Wilkins is the country’s No. 23 center and the No. 3 player from North Carolina. Wilkins also holds offers from Illinois, LSU, Mississippi State, South Carolina and Texas A&M.

Vincent Chaudhri

Vincent Chaudhri is a 6-foot-7 wing from Trinity Pawling in New York. ESPN ranks Chaudhri as a four-star prospect, as the No. 38 small forward and as the No. 8 player from New York. Iowa joins an offers list that also features Georgia Tech, Oklahoma State and St. John’s.

Nikolas Khamenia

Nikolas Khamenia is a four-star recruit according to both 247Sports and ESPN out of Harvard Westlake High School in North Hollywood, Calif. Iowa joins an offers sheet that also features Gonzaga, Kansas, Nebraska, Stanford, UCLA and UNLV.

247Sports ranks Kamenia as a four-star small forward, as the No. 65 player overall, as the No. 17 small forward and as the No. 9 player from California. Meanwhile, ESPN lists Khamenia as a four-star power forward, as the No. 16 power forward in the class and as the No. 7 player from California.

Davion Hannah

Iowa joins the fray alongside fellow Power 5 offers from Arizona State, LSU, Mississippi State, Oregon and Wisconsin. The 6-foot-5 small forward is a four-star prospect according to both 247Sports and Rivals.

247Sports rates Davion Hannah as the country’s No. 49 player, the No. 11 small forward and the top player from Wisconsin. Rivals ranks Hannah as the 43rd player nationally.

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