ESPN Updates National Rankings
ESPN updated their national rankings in the class of 2020, 2021 and 2022 last week with the release of their ESPN 100 (2020), ESPN 60 (2021), and ESPN 25 (2022).
Brewster Academy's Terrence Clarke rebounded back up to number 8 overall in the class of 2020 while maintaining the same five-star status he has enjoyed throughout his high school career. Putnam Science Academy's Hassan Diarra checks in next at number 64. Brewster Academy had four more players listed in Matt Cross (77), Kadary Richmond (85), Demarr Langford (92) and Jamal Mashburn Jr. (97).
There were several other alums of NERR events included in the ESPN 100 including Jabri Abdur-Rahim (33), RJ Davis (39), Lance Ware (40), Andre Curbelo (48), Cliff Omoruyi (49), AJ Hoggard (57), Kai Sotto (68), KD Johnson (69), Corey Walker (73), Ethan Morton (75), and Keyon Martin Jr. (100).
Three of the top 11 juniors in the country have played in an NERR event including Jonathan Kuminga (1), Moussa Cisse (9), and AJ Griffin (11). That list also includes Frank Kepnang (22) and Adama Sanogo (30).
In the ESPN 25 of 2022, both Dariq Whitehead (7) and Zion Cruz (18) have attended NERR events within the last year.
These updated national rankings will ignite updated New England rankings in both the classes of 2020 and 2021 which will be unveiled throughout the next ten days.