Top Performances from the BB&N Invitational

by Zack Sandberg | Saturday, January 2nd, 2016

Top Performances from the BB&N Invitational




NERR contributor Zack Sandberg spent two days at the Buckingham, Browne & Nichols Invitational last week where a six team field consisted of BB&N, Winchendon, Hopkins, Dexeter, Thayer and Providence Country Day. Here's a look at his top inidivual prospects from the event.

Jordan Mello-Klein: The Thayer product had 27 points in a win over the Dexter school and followed that up with 23 later in the day.

Javaughn Edmonds: Added 25 points in the first game and 25 in the second game. Both victories.

James O’Regan: One of the biggest surprises of the day, the Buckingham Browne and Nichols senior had 23 points scoring from all three levels of the floor. Later in the day he had 10 in a win over Winchendon.

Charlie Zane: The Hopkins senior guard had 3 three’s vs BB&N and 3 in a win over Winchendon, In the 3rd place game Zane exploded for 28 points hitting 7 three’s. Zane is committed to Dickinson University for Golf.

Edens Fleurizard: Had 14 points and 10 rebounds in a win over Providence Country Day, his second double double of the tournament.

Makhtar Gueye: The Winchendon junior is 6’11 with guard skills, even played point guard at times. Just learning how to use his body in the post.

Garrett Dintaman: The 6’3 guard is a perfect example of a 3 and D player. In three games the senior made 8 threes and shot a little under 40% from behind the arc.

Noah Kamba: Kamba had one of the best performances of the tournament going off for 29 points Thursday morning. The 5’11 point guard is only a freshman and his best basketball is yet to come.

Charles Coleman: At 6’8 Coleman provides a boost on the offensive and defensive ends of the post. The freshman had 10 points, 11 rebounds and 5 blocks Wednesday night. Look for Coleman in years to come as he is just scratching the surface of his potential. With Coleman and Kamba in the fold, the Dexter School should be one of New England's youngest and brightest teams.

Josh Silva: The Providence Country Day senior had 6 three’s in a loss to Hopkins (CT). He has good size for a guard at 6’1.