Busting Brackets

NCAA Basketball: 2025 Top-50 recruit Kiyan Anthony is eyeing visits to 3 prominent programs

Bob McKillop Invitational At Hofstra University
Bob McKillop Invitational At Hofstra University / Johnny Nunez/GettyImages

Son of ten-time all-star Carmelo Anthony, Kiyan Anthony has listed out three visits he is eyeing during his recruitment process, according to On3Recruits. He has specified Ohio State, Indiana, and Auburn as potential suitors. Anthony is the 30th-ranked prospect according to On3, and the 45th according to ESPN. He is a consensus 4-star prospect who attends Long Island Lutheran High School in Middle Village, New York. 

Anthony is a very intriguing prospect hitting the college landscape in 2025. He has continued to thrive and grow as a player and is trending in a positive direction each time he steps on the basketball court.

He currently has a overabundance of offers, one of which is Syracuse, where his dad attended and won the National Championship as one of the best collegiate players ever. Kiyan could very well choose to follow in his dad's footsteps or pave his own path elsewhere, and he seems very interested in the visits listed. Anthony also has offers from Dayton, Florida State, Memphis, and Arizona State to name a few.

Kiyan stands at 6-foot-4, 185 pounds, and had a very good showing on the EYBL circuit, averaging 20.3 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 1.6 assists in a ten-game span. He has had a crafty offensive game and shot 43.3% from the field and 31.1% from behind the arc. In early 2023, Anthony wasn't even ranked as a top 100 receruit in the class of 2025, fastforward a little over a year later he is inside the top 50.

dark. Next. 10 biggest team winners from 2024 recruiting classes. 10 biggest team winners from 2024 recruiting classes

Anthony still has plenty of time to decide where he will take his talents, but no matter where he chooses, his last name carries a ton of weight, and he will continue to turn heads as he gets closer to his future commitment.