D2 Commitment Catch-Up
This is an article catching you up on some of the recent Division Two commitments throughout the region.
Ali Barry from Busche Academy is headed to the CIAA and playing for Elizabeth City State. The scoring guard can put up points in various ways but also find teammates. He played his AAU basketball with Run the Citi.
Dre Roman from Northfield Mount Hermon will be playing for Bentley next year. The compactly built guard can hit shots from deep or in the mid-range. He played his AAU basketball with BTI.
Andrew Mitchell from Dexter Southfield has committed to play at New Haven. The wiry guard has length, speed, and scoring versatility. He played his AAU basketball with Middlesex Magic - Alex.
Greg Kenney will be playing in the NE-10 for St. Michael’s. The good sized wing has court sense and a smooth three-point stroke. He competed in the Hoop Group Showcase League for New York Lightning.
Ahmadou Ndiaye earned an opportunity to play at Southern Connecticut State. The athletic big man is strong, protects the rim, and hits occasional standstill three-pointers. He competed in the Hoop Group Showcase League for House We Built.
Austin Vick from Bridgton Academy is headed to Lynn University in Florida. The skilled big man has 6’9 size and a good feel for the game. He played on the Under Armour Rise circuit for Gateway Basketball Club.
Trevon Thomas from Bridgton Academy will be staying in the region at Franklin Pierce. The steady shooting guard can facilitate and knows how to draw charges defensively. He played his AAU basketball with Pure Prep Hoops.
Tayeshawn Cunningham-Pemberton next step will be at Assumption in the NE-10. The sturdy framed guard is difficult to keep from getting downhill. He played on the Nike EYBL circuit for Expressions Elite.
Luke Smith from Cushing Academy earned an opportunity to play at Point Loma Nazarene. The tough-minded forward is strong, athletic, and provides floor spacing. He played his AAU basketball with United Ballers.
Jason James from Putnam Science Academy will be playing next season at American International. The quick guard has a college-ready body and can play-make at both ends. He spent time on the AAU circuit with New Haven Heat and Team Fredette.
Pat Spenard from St. Andrew's is headed to Franklin Pierce. The skilled big man is tough, physical, and cannot be left open from deep. He played in the Hoop Group Showcase League for Metro Boston.
Domenic Malvey will be joining Spenard at Franklin Pierce. The scrappy guard hits open treys and provides some secondary playmaking in an offense. He played at Central Catholic in Boston before coming to Busche.