2024 On the Cusp Prospects
New England has a lot of talent throughout the six states. As a result of this, each year a number of prospects with impressive abilities in their own right just miss out on the rankings. In this article we are going to highlight five of those names. With continued development, they could easily be ranked in our next release.
PJ James is from Bridgeport Prep. He is a guard who makes good decisions with the ball, cannot be left open from deep, and has long arms to play bigger than his size. James played up on the UA Next circuit with We R1.
Nathan Lapham made the move to Pomfret School. The wing can make pull-up three-pointers, moves well as a cutter off the ball, and is effective in transition with his athleticism. Lapham plays AAU with BCRI.
Andrew Alekseyenko who now attends Rivers School made this article. He has inside/out scoring ability and rebounds well on both ends of the floor. He has joined Middlesex Magic of the UA Next circuit.
Newman School got a recent addition with Hudson Geremia. He is a sharp shooting wing with clean mechanics and deep range. Geremia can make three-pointers proficiently off the catch or when pulling up.
Kingwood-Oxford guard Rhandyn Bair is another guard who we look forward to tracking this high school season. The shifty playmaker brings energy to both sides of the floor and is a true floor general on the offensive end.