Junior Elite 75 features standout coaching staff

New England Recruiting Report | Saturday, January 21st, 2017

Junior Elite 75 features standout coaching staff

There are numerous reasons for middle schoolers to attend the upcoming New England Junior Elite 75 Showcase. From the early exposure to the presence of NERR TV to the advanced skill instruction and numerous academic highlights including both our secondary school fair as well as seminars on the NCAA Eligibility Center, the entire day is designed to be valuable for both players and families alike.

However, if you are considering prep school this event is now the single must-attend event in all of the region. Not only will we have a Prep/Public/Private seminar to discuss the differences and options for families trying to decide between various high school options but our coaching staff for the day will be composed almost entirely of active prep school coaches.

Zero Gravity has been releasing new additions to the event coaching staff on an almost daily basis and the group is far and away the strongest we've ever had. Cushing Academy head coach and former Dartmouth assistant James Cormier is on board as too is Wilbraham & Monson head coach Mike Mannix, who coached at Drexel prior to his prep days. Fellow AA head coaches Tobias Ceasar from the Master's School and Kris Johnson from Lawrence Academy will also be on staff. Milton Academy head coach Lamar Reddicks, a long time division I assistant at both Harvard and Boston University, is representing Class A along with Belmont Hill head coach Al Murphy. St. George's head coach Dwayne Pina, another long time division I assistant with stops at both Brown and Bryant, will be on staff and joined by Rivers head coach Keith Zalaski and Groton School head coach Harold Francis. Even that is still just the tip of the iceberg as Brooks' Kenya Jones, Worcester Academy's Dan Sullivan, and Vermont Academy's Matt Elkin will also be on staff.

This collective group not only ensures maximum visibility to prep school coaches but also that this will be the premier instructional event for middle school aged boys anywhere in the northeast.

For more information on the New England Junior Elite 75, please click here.