MA 2024 Rankings Update

Tuesday, January 30th, 2024

MA 2024 Rankings Update

Continuing on with our updated state-by-state rankings, the Massachusetts 2024 ranking is now live.


The top ten consists of a group of usual suspects in that, these ten players are from New England and have been on our radar for a long time now.


Beginning the ranking is Michigan State commit Kur Teng, followed by Georgetown commit Kayvaun Mulready. Texas A&M commits & Mass Rivals duo of Andre Mills and George Turkson land in the three and four spots, with fellow Rivals teammate Bryce Dortch taking the fifth spot. Mills has been a must-see player this winter averaging over 30 points per game and with most notably 52 points followed by another 43 at HoopHall.

UAA Champions with the Middlesex Magic Luka Toews, CJ Cox and Ryan Mela fill the sixth through eighth spots. Cox moved a great amount in the rankings after an outstanding summer where he put his two-way ability at the guard position on the grand stage, leading to signing to the Purdue Boilermakers. Cox’s Milton Academy teammates, Nick Petronio and Austin Hunt close out the top ten. Petronio, a Boston College commit, missed an extended amount of time with a knee injury, but picked things right back up where he left them at the HoopHall Prep Showcase as he poured in 18 points vs. Loomis-Chaffee. 


Jaden Zimmerman makes his debut in the Massachusetts ranking at the eleventh spot. The New York native has been a driving force for Cushing Academy this season as one of their top options on offense. 


The fourteenth and fifteenth spots are filled by two big men committed to mid-majors in Kenan Parrish and Luka Damjanac. Parrish possesses floor-stretching abilities to match his strong frame, while Damjanac has good touch at the basket and some great playmaking ability.


American University commit and Wisconsin native, Wyatt Nausadis, has been a solid contributor for the Newman School this season. Nausadis changes the game with his infectious energy, defensive versatility and shooting. At the 20th spot in the ranking is Phillips Andover’s Rashad McCormick. McCormick is an unsigned wing with an impressive wingspan complemented by active defensive skills and finishing ability above the rim.


Winchendon’s Rolyns Aligbe and John Clemmons II close out the top 25. The duo have been major offensive contributors for the Wapiti this season as Aligbe has a plethora of moves in the post, while Clemmons scores it off spot up shots and drives to the basket. 


Check out the complete Massachusetts top 35 for the fully updated 2024 ranking.