Seretta Taking Visits
Northfield Mount Hermon rising senior and Middlesex Magic standout Nick Seretta began his week with a standout performance at the Elite 75 College Showcase and finished it with a pair of visits to division I campuses.
The six-foot-three swingman visited the University of Maine on Wednesday before traveling south to see another America East School, the University of New Hampshire on Thursday.
Seretta has also attended elite camps at Holy Cross, Dartmouth, Brown, Yale and Boston University this spring and summer.
"The most interest right now is from Maine and Dartmouth, who I'm going to visit in August," he told NERR on Monday.
A power wing with a strong body and a ton of sheer force to his game, Seretta understands what his strengths are but is also out to prove people wrong when it comes to some of his perceived dificiencies.
"I think the best part of my game is my intensity, toughness, attacking the rim and defensive capability," he said, "but I'm more skilled than people think too. I'm not just a strong player going to the rack all the time."
While Seretta has utilized his two seasons at NMH to develop his college ready body and ability to play through contact, he's looking forward to the upcoming July evaluation period as a chance to show his versatility to college coaches and prove himself a certain division I prospect in the process.
"It's a totally different role than the one I play at NMH" Seretta said. "I get a chance to play basically every position on the floor. Sometimes I'll bring the ball up the floor and other times I'll bang with big guys in the post."
That versatility will be on full display all month long as Seretta and the Magic travel to Springfield, Manheim Louisville over the course of the next three weeks.