Conn Adds Two More

New England Recruiting Report | Thursday, March 20th, 2014

Conn Adds Two More

Connecticut College head coach Tom Satran has landed recent commitments from Sean McNally and Jack Winston to add to what was already considered one of their best recruiting classes in recent years.  

Both student athletes committed following the acceptance of their early decision applications.  

McNally is a six-foot-four swingman currently in the midst of a post-graduate year at Choate Rosemary Hall after graduating from Hanover High School in Massachusetts last year and starring with the Middlesex Magic on the AAU circuit.

A good vertical athlete and high level three point shooter who is capable of making shots in bunches, McNally has transformed his body in the last six months, adding 18 pounds of muscle since arriving in the prep ranks while establishing himself as a significant contributor for a Choate team that went 18-3 this year.  

Winston is coming off a very successful season of his own after emerging as one of the senior leaders of a Needham team that broke a school record with 18 wins.  He finished the regular season being named to the Roche Brothers All-Tournament Team for the second consecutive year in his team’s season closing tournament.  

Also a product of the Boston Warriors AAU program, Winston has the ability to play both inside and out.  He can defend and rebound an opposing four-man while creating match-up problems on the offensive end with his ability to put points on the board from various spots on the floor.  

McNally and Winston join Tilton sharp-shooter Lee Messier, Middlesex point guard Aaron Swenson, and Williston Northampton forward Joe OConnell to give Connecticut College a talented and versatile five-man class.