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Elite 2025 prospects Cameron, Cayden Boozer visiting Miami

hunterby:Hunter Shelton10/27/23


Miami Christopher Columbus High’s phenom twin prospects, Cameron and Cayden Boozer, are making a local official visit this weekend.

The twins are in Coral Gables for a visit with the Miami Hurricanes. This is the second OV for the Boozers, as they were in Lexington to see Kentucky at the end of September. They also have an official scheduled with the Florida Gators next weekend to kick off November.

Cameron Boozer is the No. 2 prospect in the 2025 cycle, according to the On3 Industry Ranking, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. Cayden Boozer is the No. 16 prospect and No. 3 point guard in the cycle.

“I love (Miami’s) program, and I love what they’ve been doing lately. I want to be a part of a winning program like that,” Cayden Boozer told CaneSport back in May.

Hailing from South Florida, the sons of former NBA forward Carlos Boozer are no strangers to Miami and the program that Jim Larranaga has continued to take to new heights. The Hurricanes figure to be in the mix for both twins throughout their respective recruitments.

Coach L (Jim Larranaga), I mean, I’ve known him since I was a little kid,” Cayden said. “We went to the Miami basketball camps when we were younger. We’ve been able to build a good relationship. I’ve talked with him a few times, and they have come to a lot of our games.”

According to the On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine (RPM), Florida has the lead for the Boozers, though Miami and Kentucky aren’t far behind. The likes of Duke, North Carolina and Michigan also figure to be prevalent.

Cameron and Cayden Boozer Scouting Summaries

Cameron — “Cameron Boozer plays at one level, never too high or never too low. He plays with excellent balance in all parts of the game. The jump shot has a smooth release. He is an excellent defensive rebounder and a high-level outlet passer. He has strong hands when he gathers the ball. Does not mind getting physical and will play with and through contact. He has good straight-line athleticism and runs the floor very well. Has average burst in short space, but he understands angles and rotations on the defensive end very well. Never rushed. Good pace.”

Cayden — “Cayden Boozer is a strong-framed and aggressive point guard. At 6-foot-2, 6-foot-3 is a tough on-the-ball defender. He has quick feet at the point of attack and a strong IQ, understanding angles, and footwork. There is a toughness about Boozer. He is a good passer, plays well out of the pick and roll, his head is up, and has a great pace. He will need to continue to tighten the handle in traffic and continue to hone the reads, but that is natural growth. The jump shot is streaky; it is something he will need to continue developing to become a consistent threat. Boozer finishes well in the paint through contact.”