New Hampshire loaded again in 2020
The New Hampshire class of 2020 is once again loaded thanks to the presence of the state's prep schools and their top prospects.
It should come as no surprise that Brewster Academy's Terrence Clarke remains the top-ranked prospect in the state. The newly named McDonald's All-American has held the top ranking throughout his career and will star for John Calipari at Kentucky next year.
Clarke is one of seven Brewster products in the state's top ten and is joined by Matt Cross (Miami), DeMarr Langford (Boston College), Kadary Richmond (Syracuse), Jamal Mashburn Jr. (Minnesota), Marcus Dockery (Maryland), and Javohn Garcia (UMass).
The biggest riser in the state is St. Paul's wing Jordan Geronimo, who made made a commitment to Indiana following a breakout summer. He's continued to take his game to new levels this winter as he adds polish to his unique combination of athleticism and budding skill.
Tilton's Jalen Leach, KUA's Rob McRae, Brewster's Connor Barrett, New Hampton's Canberk Kavsuk, Exeter's Niko Rocak, New Hampton's Matt Becker, Exeter's Lucas Grandison, Tilton's Declan Porter, and Tilton's Cem Kirciman are all included in the top 20 while KUA's Andrew Hartel, Proctor's James Kamich, Bedford's Justin ONeill, Exeter's Neil Owens, and New Hampton's Kerem Ozturk round out the top 25.