NEPSAC Class B Midseason Report Continued

Thursday, January 26th, 2023

NEPSAC Class B Midseason Report Continued

In this article, we will continue to profile various NEPSAC Class B programs. 

Brooks School: Colby commit Marcos Montiel leads this squad. He can score in multiple ways but also knows when to get his teammates involved. Timmy Mulvey is a newcomer. The 2024 prospect brings a good understanding of how to run a team.Cornell football commit Nomar Tejada has been a key contributor with his strength, playmaking, and headiness on the defensive end. 2023 prospect Fru Nkimbeng is a slashing wing who competes at both ends. Only a 2026 and also standing out on the gridiron, Tristan Yepdo is one we already are tracking. 

Governor’s Academy: Middlebury commit Ian Murray has played well up to this point. We have taken note of his two-way quickness and gradual shooting improvement. Mukisa Mubiru-Nkugwa has shown to be one of the better athletes in New England’s 2025 class. 2024 guard Roel Figueroa Jr can make open treys, brings toughness defensively, and has some sneaky leaping ability off one foot. 2025 guard Thomas Ferdinando has consistently opened the floor up for others with his marksmanship from long-range. 

Proctor Academy: 2025 guard Wilkin Paulino runs the show. He brings a nice balance of creation for himself and others. Also a standout football player, 2024 guard Exodus Ayers has been a nice addition. He has soft long-range touch and can absorb contact around the rim. 2025 forward Chris Chol can bring bigger players out to the arc with his shooting ability. 2024 prospect Gabriel Copeland is now at Proctor. He has toughness and a chiseled frame to hold his own against players with more size. 

Holderness School: The youngsters provide future intrigue for Holderness. 2026 prospect Jayvian Cruz is a cerebral guard with pedigree. His dad played at Central Catholic and Quinnipiac. 2025 prospect Ian Plankey made the move over from Reading HS. He will be their inside presence at 6’7. Andre Langley is another 2026 to watch. Despite his age, he is already one of their go-to scorers with an ability to hit shots in a variety of ways. 2023 guard Dalton Donovan is their sharpshooter who will also help in the leadership aspect. Another 2023 prospect who contributes is Declan Rhatigan. He is a 6'4 shooter who college coaches should be familiar with. 

Pomfret School: Haverford commit Seth Anderson is a difficult cover at his size. The big man has range out to the arc and also helps out defensively as a weak side rim protector. Nathan Lapham is at Pomfret now. The 2024 prospect is a floor spacing threat, moves well without the ball, in addition to having some deceptive bounce. Another newcomer is 2023 high academic sniper Owen Layton. 2025 prospect Kevin Clarke also contributes. He is a crafty playmaker who seeks out contact around the rim.

St. Mark's School: St. Mark’s has been led this season by their two guards, Sir William Morman III and Troy Miller Jr. Both members of the class of 2024 are new to St. Mark’s and have provided a lot of skill at the guard position. Morman III's long-range shooting and defensive instincts are impressive. Miller Jr is an explosive, athletic combo guard. Captain Ryan Taylor, a 2023 prospect, is averaging 11 points and 8 rebounds for the Lions. Just a 2026 prospect, Connor Nairus has made an impact as a high IQ stretch forward that shoots the three at a high level.