2024 Prospects To Keep Tabs On
In this article, we are going to talk about some more New England 2024 prospects to keep tabs on.
Jayden Colon 6’6 Forward (Bradford Christian): Colon has played an important role in Bradford’s success. He is active on the offensive glass, can hit some open three-pointers, and overall impacts games with limited touches. Colon plays on the Adidas 3SSB circuit for Mass Rivals.
Amir Lindsey 5’9 Guard (Rivers): Lindsey is the floor general for one of Class B’s top programs. He makes pull-up treys, regularly gets others' shots, and is a pest on-ball defender. Lindsey plays on the Adidas 3SSB circuit for BABC.
Alex Berry 6’4 Wing (St. George’s): Berry has given St. George’s another versatile offensive threat. The strong-bodied wing can overpower defenders, hit open teammates, or drain three-pointers off the catch. Berry plays on the Under Armour circuit for Middlesex Magic.
Korbin Dixon 6’4 Wing (Wilbraham & Monson): Dixon has provided a spark off the bench on several occasions for the Titans. He had a standout performance at our HoopHall Prep Showcase. Dixon is a slashing wing with bounce, cutting instincts, and competitiveness on the defensive end.
Ray Cuevas 6’2 Guard (Pingree): Cuevas has taken a nice leap during his junior season. The volume-scoring guard has a sturdy frame and some sneaky bounce when given room to load up. He plays his AAU basketball for Team Sims.
Khalil Badru 6’4 Wing (Newman): Badru has been a solid addition for Newman in their year in Class AAA. The athletic wing has plus length, can hit standstill treys, and defend opponents smaller than him. He plays his AAU basketball for Team New England.
Santana Sinvilcin 6’4 Wing (Frederick Gunn): Sinvilcin has stood out during his first year with Frederick Gunn. The versatile scoring wing also sports a solid frame to absorb contact. Sinvilcin was one of the top performers at our Scholar Roundball Classic.
Jake Blackburn 6’3 Guard (Worcester Academy): Minutes can be hard to come by on a loaded WA team, but Blackburn has shown some intriguing traits during his time on the floor. He is a high-IQ shooter who excels at playing within the flow of an offense.
Kelvin Odih 6’3 Wing (LaSalle Academy): Odih has proven to be one of the top players in the RIIL. His strength and power make it difficult for opponents to keep him away from the rim. Odih also uses his physical tools effectively on the defensive end. He plays his AAU basketball for Rhode Island Elite.
Oscar Edelman 6’8 Big Man (New Hampton): Edelman has fit in well at New Hampton during his first year in Class AAA. He is a stretch big who rebounds and even has some floor vision. Edelman also won a gold medal competing for Team USA’s 18U Team at this past summer’s Maccabi Games in Israel.