NEPSAC Class B Midseason Check-In
The new year is upon us. With most teams hitting the halfway point, here is a look at some of the midseason favorites in Class B. Each team’s record is listed in parentheses.
‘Rivers School (11-1): With only one loss through 12 games, the Red Wings have made a big impression so far. Their starting five of Jay Jones, Ryan Altman, Amir Lindsey, Andrew Alekseyenko, and UMass commit Jayden Ndjigue have proven difficult to prepare for. Any one of those five is capable of going off for twenty points in any given game.
Canterbury School (9-6): URI commit Cam Estevez leads this bunch. His blend of size, playmaking, and pull-up shooting has given teams fits all year long. Amherst commit Johnny McCain has shown his ability to get hot from deep at a moment's notice. 2025 guard David Dix is an intriguing prospect who recently picked up his first D1 offer. 2023 prospects Denzel Correia and Flynn Davis have been key as well.
Millbrook School (11-5): Tufts commit Liam Kennelly has done an admirable job running the show for this squad. Recent Sacred Heart commit Lucius Gibson-Savadel’s ability to both score and rebound in the paint has been important. Kyle Marshall and Yechiel Stewart’s two-way abilities have allowed them to make a quick impact on their new team. 2025 wing Zoumana Traore also has shown flashes of why he has immense upside.
Frederick Gunn School (8-0): The trio of Greg Kenney, Tristan Davis, and Santana Sinvilcin has performed very well. Kenney is a smooth shooting 2023 forward with size. Davis is a 2023 big man with strength, length, and bounce. Sinvilcin is a strong-bodied 2024 wing with inside-out scoring ability. 2024 guards Jack Guevara and RJ Neysmith have been important factors in their success too.
Kingswood Oxford School (10-5): Rutgers commit Gavin Griffiths came into the season fully healthy and has proven why he is one of New England’s top prospects. 2024 guard Rhandyn Bair consistently creates for others while also being a nuisance defensively. 2023 guard Escoe Greene is another playmaker while DJ Biggins is already one we are tracking in the 2026 class.
Pingree School (9-5): 2024 guard Ray Cuevas has stood out all season long averaging north of 20 points. He rebounds, has a smooth mid-range pull-up, and some sneaky bounce in the open floor. 2024 forward Charlie Lynch helps out with his ability to space the floor and be active on the glass. Hudson Weidman and Tank Theriault are 2024 prospects who have brought their toughness over from the gridiron.
Marianapolis Prep (7-1): This team has had different guys step up on different nights. 2023 guard Rhodia Perry’s marksmanship from long-range has caught our eye. Wheaton commit Dimetri Iafrate impacts the game in ways without scoring. Stephen Willand and Luka Kulundzic are a formidable frontcourt together. Dean commit J.T Briggs and 2023 prospect Jayden Desimone have both been integral in their success too.