Cayden Boozer sometimes gets overshadowed by his twin brother Cameron, but Cayden is starting to look like one of the better point guards in the 2025 class. Coming off a good summer playing with Nightrydas EYBL and winning the 15U Peach Jam. Boozer helped lead his team to the title with three convincing wins in elimination play. Nightrydas blew past Maine United 79-36 in the quarterfinals before shellacking Team Why Not 80-47 in the semifinals and dismantling Drive Nation 63-39 in the championship game. Cayden Boozer is a strong-framed and aggressive point guard. Cayden doesn’t get sped-up with the ball and is able to dictate his own pace. His power and physicality also allow him to create a number of mismatch problems for opposing defenders. Boozer is also a tough on-the-ball defender, with a strong IQ early for his age. Cayden had a really good showing early at the Team USA minicamp and also had good games in the OTE opening weekend. Expect for Cayden to have a big breakout sophomore year.