NEPSAC Unsigned 2023 Prospects
There are several talented NEPSAC 2023 prospects still unsigned. We will talk about some of them in this article.
JB Frankel 6’3 Guard (Brewster): Frankel has earned regular minutes on a loaded Brewster squad. The high IQ guard takes care of the ball, gets others shots, and makes open three-pointers. Frankel played on the Nike EYBL circuit for BABC.
Will Lovings-Watts 6’4 Wing (Putnam Science): Lovings-Watts, an Indiana native, made an immediate impact on the Mustangs. The athletic wing can hit mid-range pull-ups, space the floor from deep, and also defend multiple positions. Lovings-Watts played on the Adidas 3SSB circuit for Indiana Elite.
Jalen Cox 6’3 Guard (South Kent): Cox, a California native, has given South Kent another ball handling option. The big guard is quick, a long-range threat, and play-makes on the defensive end. Cox’s speed is also a talented track and field athlete.
Miles Klapper 6’3 Guard (Bridgton): Klapper, another California native, has caught our eye while playing for Bridgton. The southpaw guard’s size, shooting, and toughness have helped him have some impressive moments in Class AAA. He played his AAU basketball for the independent program Lakeshow Hoops.
Mirko Bramati 6’8 Forward (St. Thomas More): After a standout season last year at Morris Catholic (NJ), Bramati has found some success in Class AAA. He can make an open trey, has soft lay-up touch, and competes defensively. Bramati played his AAU basketball for the independent program New Jersey Beasts.
Fallou Gueye 6’6 Wing (New Hampton): Gueye, a Senegal native, has gotten his first taste of American basketball this season. The lefty wing is long and fluid with an offensive skill set that gives off two-way intrigue. Gueye has been a part of the Senegalese national team in various events.
Declan Ryan 6’8 Big Man (Worcester): Ryan has added more beef inside for one of Class AA’s best programs this year. The wide-bodied big man rebounds, has soft hands, and good footwork/touch to score on the block. Ryan played on the Nike EYBL circuit for BABC.
Jeffrey Akintolu 6’7 Big Man (Avon Old Farms): Akintolu, an England native, has been a welcome addition to AOF. The big man has a good frame, stretches the floor, and contributes as a defensive rebounder. Akintolu played his AAU basketball for the independent program Rens United.
Dominic Commisso 6’8 Big Man (Newman): Commisso, an Illinois native, has earned important minutes on a Newman squad competing in Class AAA for the first time. We have taken note of the big man’s vertical athleticism and consistent energy throughout a game. Commisso played in the Hoop Group Showcase League for Young & Reckless.
Grgur Brcic 6’9 Big Man (Williston Northampton): Brcic, a Croatian native, has stood out for the Wildcats. The big man has a college ready body, can attack off the dribble in straight lines, as well as being reliable on the defensive glass. Brcic played his AAU Basketball for the independent program D1 Indiana.
Luke Smith 6’6 Forward (Cushing): Smith came to New England after an impressive season at Marcus HS (TX). The forward has strength, toughness, and needs to be accounted for from long-range. Smith played his AAU basketball for the independent program United Ballers.
Tayeshawn Pemberton 6’2 Guard (St. George’s): Pemberton has been on our radar for some time now. The sturdy-framed guard can create for others, play above the rim, and move his feet well defensively. He played on the Nike EYBL circuit for Expressions Elite.
Jeremiah Dorsey 5’10 Guard (Wilbraham & Monson): As the only remaining starter from WMA’s 24 win team last year, Dorsey has not shied away from taking on a leadership role. Beyond his intangibles, he can run a team, make long-range shots in various ways, while also causing havoc defensively. Dorsey played in the Hoop Group Showcase League for The House We Built.