Final 2024 Rankings for Massachusetts

Friday, June 7th, 2024

Final 2024 Rankings for Massachusetts

The 2023/2024 season has been wrapped up for some time now, so we thought it was definitely time to finish up the 2024 class rankings. After running through the rest of New England, we will finish things off with the state of Massachusetts.


The Top


Kur Teng has held the top spot for quite a while now and the Michigan State-commit is fresh off a NEPSAC AA Championship. The efficient scoring guard leaves behind a memorable career across the New England ranks.


Following at two is Georgetown-commit Kayvaun Mulready who won two NEPSAC AA titles of his own. The strong bodied wing brings his forceful game to the Big East this fall.


Brimmer and May’s Andre Mills put together arguably the best season in all of New England this year with multiple historic performances. The Texas A&M-commit will be teaming up with George Turkson in the SEC next year. Turkson comes in at four and the two Rivals teammates are set to continue their storied careers at one of the nation’s powerhouses.


Rounding out the top five is Rutgers-commit Bryce Dortch. The 6’8” forward came back from injury this past season and had an impressive season for the Gators.




Leaving behind another great career is the Newman School’s Ryan Mela. Mela was a huge part of the Middlesex Magic’s 17U UAA title last summer and helped Newman on their playoff run. He will be with the Providence Friars this fall.


Khalil Badru recently announced his commitment to UNH, coming in at 17 in the state ranking. Badru is a high-flying, tough wing who was a big contributor for Newman this season and in Team New England’s HGSL championship last summer.


Rolyns Aligbe jumped onto the New England scene this year and had a huge role for the Wapiti of the Winchendon school. Aligbe will be competing with Southern Illinois this upcoming school year and finishes 20th in the state.


More Notable Names


Joe Okla (31) recently announced his commitment to the UMass Minutemen in the past few weeks. The 6’ 6” forward put together a memorable career for the Worcester North Polar Bears as they took home two MIAA Division One titles and have not lost a game in two years.


Korbin Dixon (35) was an integral piece for Wilbraham & Monson this year. The Canadian native will be taking his strong scroing repetoire as a big guard to Emory & Henry this fall.


Lenny Tangishaka (36) was a riser at last June’s Elite 75 College Showcase and has recently announced his commitment to the Assumption Greyhounds. The powerful guard had a strong performance in front of the Greyhounds last June at the College Showcase.


For the full 45 player ranking, please see HERE