New Hampshire 2023 Rankings Released
We will be releasing our updated 2023 state rankings this week. Next up is New Hampshire.
Solomon Ball and JP Estrella from Brewster Academy earned the top two spots. Ball, headed to UConn, is an athletic guard with length, strength, and long-range shooting ability. Estrella, bound for Tennessee, is a stretch big who finishes with either hand and can find open shooters from the block.
Carey Booth and Reid Ducharme, also from Brewster, come in at four and five. Booth, on his way to Notre Dame, has bounce, pedigree, and touch from beyond the arc. Ducharme, signed to Xavier, is a scoring wing with toughness and positional size.
Mike Loughnane from Phillips Exeter and Fallou Gueye from New Hampton round out the top ten. Loughnane, headed to Davidson, is a cerebral guard with floor vision and an impressive three-point shooting stroke. Gueye is a big wing with upside stemming from his defensive versatility and shot-making flashes.
Stephan Snagg from New Hampton and Devere Palmer Jr from Busche Academy earned the 14th and 15th spots. Snagg is an explosive forward who can cover ground quickly on the defensive end. Palmer Jr is a powerfully built forward with explosion, toughness, and constant energy.
Rounding out the top 20 are Jalen Reese from Gilford and Reid Celestin from Brewster. Reese, committed to Hamilton, is a forward who brings a nice blend of bounce, rebounding, and two-way playmaking. Celestin, on his way to Wesleyan, is a good sized wing who guards multiple positions and regularly gets to the rim.
Attached is a link to the full rankings: https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/rankings/new-hampshire-class-of-2023
Stay tuned for tomorrow and Monday, as we will be releasing our last two 2023 state rankings.