CT 2024 Rankings Update

Thursday, February 1st, 2024

CT 2024 Rankings Update

Continuing on with our state-by-state rankings with the 2024 class in Connecticut.

Cincinnati commit Tyler Betsey takes the top spot as he has been a catalyst of St. Thomas More’s success this season. Luhi transfer and Pittsburgh commit Amdy Ndiaye is in the number two spot. Behind him is UMass’s Nate Guerengomba, a physical scoring wing/guard. Justin Johnson holds the fourth spot as the big wing has been one of the top scorers around this winter and remains a top unsigned prospect.

Argentinian native Stefano Allesso is in fifth as the big man has impressed with his soft hands and inside/out ability, while big guard Izaiah Pasha holds the sixth spot. Pasha has been an X-factor for St. Thomas More this season.

Mont Academy transfer, Grant Randall, is behind Pasha, and Randall’s versatility and floor stretching have impressed. Randall arrived recently with a number of Division I offers. Fellow forward, Iona commit Jacob Hogarth, takes the eighth spot. Hogarth was a strong contributor to a UAA title for the Middlesex Magic this past summer.

Rounding out the top ten are Sacred Heart commit Fallou Gueye and Iona commit Jojo Wallace.

Post-grad transfer Ben Bradford at Loomis-Chaffee holds the thirteenth spot as the Swiss army knife guard has been tremendous this season. Following him is English native Clemson Edomwonyin, who recently committed to Drexel.

Harvard commit Ben Eisendrath, a cerebral point guard, takes the 16th spot, while physical German native and BU commit Ben Defty is right behind him at 17.

For the full 2024 Connecticut rankings, please go here.