2024 New England Rankings

By Owen Carlson | Monday, August 28th, 2023

2024 New England Rankings

Our updated New England 2024 rankings consist only of players who are returning to the region. Once we have evaluated all the incoming prep prospects, we will have a new release. 


Tyler Betsey from St. Thomas More comes in at the top overall spot in New England. The fluid wing spent his first two years of high school at Windsor HS. Following his sophomore year, he earned numerous prestigious honors for his performance, including being selected to the All-CIAC Division 1 First Team. He then transferred to St. Thomas more before this past season, after which he was named Gatorade Connecticut Player of the Year and earned All-NEPSAC-AAA First Team honors for his performance throughout the regular season. This summer, he averaged 12 points per game on the Nike EYBL Circuit with NY Renaissance, shooting over 34% from behind the three-point line.


Michigan State-commit Kur Teng from Bradford Christian Academy comes in at the number two spot. The exceptional shot-maker was named to the ALL-NEPSAC-AA First Team both of the past two seasons. This summer, he averaged 20 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 assists on the Adidas 3SSB Circuit with Mass Rivals, for which he earned All-3SSB First Team, and he was even given the circuit’s highest possible honor of All-3SSB MVP. 


Georgetown-commit Kayvaun Mulready from Worcester Academy is number three on the list. The strong shooter, slasher, and on-ball defender also earned All-NEPSAC-AA First Team honors both of the past two seasons, averaging 17 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists this past season. Mulready competed with City Rocks on the Nike EYBL Circuit this summer, earning All-EYBL Honorable Mention for his performance throughout all of the sessions, during which he averaged 13 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals.


These three have each garnered 10+ power-6 offers. 


At the number four spot is Texas A&M-commit Andre Mills from Brimmer & May. The explosive high-motor shooting guard competed for Vermont Academy the season before last and earned All-NEPSAC-AAA Honorable Mention. He received All-NEPSAC-AA First Team honors following this past season. His success has continued this summer, as he averaged over 12 points and 4 rebounds for Mass Rivals on the Adidas 3SSB Circuit, earning All-3SSB Honorable Mention.


Closing out New England’s top five is another Texas A&M-commit in George Turkson from Bradford Christian. The versatile defender was already named to the All-NEPSAC-AA First Team following the 2021-22 season. He has also seen success more recently, as he averaged 10 points, 9 rebounds, and 2 blocks per game for Mass Rivals on the Adidas 3SSB Circuit this summer.


Both of these future Aggies also received a handful of power-6 offers before ultimately committing to Texas A&M. 


At number six is Rutgers-commit Bryce Dortch from Brimmer & May. The fluid forward received All-NEPSAC-AA First Team honors both of the past two seasons, during the last of which he averaged just under 20 points. This summer, he competed with Mass Rivals on the Adidas 3SSB Circuit. Before committing to Rutgers, Dortch received offers from several power-6 programs. 


Coming in at number seven is Boston College-commit Luka Toews from The Newman School. The true point guard was named to the All-NEPSAC-AAA First Team for his performance at Newman this past season, during which he averaged 13.4 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 3.4 assists. He was also selected to represent Team Asia at the 2023 Adidas Eurocamp in Italy. His success has continued this summer, helping to bring the Middlesex Magic to a UAA (Under Armour) Circuit Championship, earning All-UAA Third Team honors.


At the number eight spot is UMass-commit Nate Guerengomba from South Kent. The season before last was his first in Connecticut, and he was already seeing success as a sophomore, as he was the only player from the class of 2024 to earn a spot on the 2022 All-NEPSAC Class-AAA First Team. This past season, Guerengomba helped lead South Kent to a NEPSAC Class-AAA Championship. This summer, he earned All-EYBL Breakout Team honors for his performance on the Nike EYBL Circuit with the PSA Cardinals, averaging over 11 points per game throughout the summer season. He received a handful of power-6 offers before committing to Massachusetts.


#9 in New England is Providence-commit Ryan Mela from The Newman School. The bouncy wing averaged 19 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, and 3 steals for Newman, earning All-NEPSAC-AAA Honorable Mention. Just this summer, he led Middlesex Magic to the UAA Circuit Championship, averaging 15 points, 5 rebounds, and 2 steals per game, leading the team in scoring. He earned All-UAA First Team, All-UAA Defensive Team, and All-UAA Breakout MVP honors for his performance throughout the summer season.

Closing out the top ten is another Boston College-commit in Nick Petronio from Milton Academy. The efficient shot-creator was the only sophomore to earn All-NEPSAC Class-A First Team honors the season before last. This past season, he once again earned the recognition following his contribution to Milton’s NEPSAC Class-A Championship season.

This is only the start of a long list of elite high school class of 2024 basketball prospects in New England who are sure to impress over the course of this upcoming season.


Attached is a link to the full rankings