NEPSAC 2025 Prospects Raising Their Stock
In this article, we will be profiling 10 2025 prospects from the NEPSAC who are beginning to make names for themselves.
Keyshuan Tillery 5’11 Guard (New Hampton): Tillery has quickly burst onto the scene in AAA. He is a competitive guard who gets paint touches, makes plays for others, and defends his position well. Tillery will be playing on the Nike EYBL circuit for Albany City Rocks.
Ebuka Okorie 5’10 Guard (Cushing Academy): Okorie’s experience from last year has been evident this year. The pass first point guard’s IQ and poise when running a team are impressive. Okorie also has quick hands to play-make on the defensive end. He will be playing on the Adidas 3SSB circuit for Mass Rivals.
Drew Brander 6’1 Guard (Bradford Christian): Brander has provided an offensive punch for BCA at various points this year. He can make shots from long-range and has some sneaky bounce when given room to load up. Brander will be playing on the Adidas 3SSB circuit for Mass Rivals.
Zoumana Traore 6’6 Wing (Millbrook): Traore has earned minutes this year for one of the better Class B programs. His positional size, playmaking flashes, and ability to cover the court are all intriguing. Traore will be competing on the Nike EYBL circuit for PSA Cardinals.
Charlie O’Sullivan 6’9 Big Man (Loomis Chaffee): O’Sullivan has been a welcomed addition for Loomis. His blend of good size and shooting ability from beyond the arc has helped to provide more floor spacing. O’Sullivan will be playing on the Nike EYBL circuit for New York Rens.
Barrett Loer 6’5 Wing (St. George’s): Loer has taken a nice leap in his sophomore season. Known as a shooter, his ball skills and leaping ability have evolved. Loer will be playing on the Under Armour Next circuit for Middlesex Magic.
Greg Brooks 5’11 Guard (Northfield Mount Hermon): Brooks already is one of NMH’s primary playmakers. He has a crafty handle to separate from defenders and can hit treys off the bounce when opponents go under ball screens. Brooks plays in the spring and summer months for Team New England.
Ryan Altman 6’5 Wing (Rivers): Altman was the only underclassman to earn a starting spot on Rivers. His smooth three-point shot and ability to play within a team concept have been key to the Red Wings’ success. Altmann will be playing on the Under Armour Next circuit for Middlesex Magic.
Jaylen Harrell 6’5 Forward (St. Sebastian’s): Harrell has contributed in several ways to his team. The thickly framed forward can finish around the rim, hit an occasional standstill trey, and help out as a defensive rebounder. Harrell will be playing on the Nike EYBL circuit for Expressions Elite.
Landon Clark 6’8 Forward (St. Paul’s): Clark has made an immediate impact in Class A. His three-point shooting immediately caught our eye. The southpaw also has a pull-up game as part of his individual offense. Clark will be playing on the Nike EYBL circuit for Maine United.