Unsigned 2023 Prospects Part Two

Tuesday, February 21st, 2023

Unsigned 2023 Prospects Part Two

There are several talented New England 2023 prospects still unsigned who we wrote about yesterday. We will talk about more of them today. 

Alvin Baez 6’3 Guard (Springfield Commonwealth): Baez has given SCA another offensive threat since making his return. He is a good sized guard with bounce and multi-level scoring ability. Baez played his grassroots basketball for Rhode Island Elite. 

Jared Berry 6’0 Guard (Vermont Academy): Berry has been a dependable floor general for the Wildcats. He can run a team, hit open treys, while also working hard on the defensive end. Berry competed in the Hoop Group Showcase League for Metro Boston. 

Azmar Abdullah 6’2 Guard (Bishop Hendricken): Abdullah has proven to be one of the better guards in the RIIL. He has the shooting, handles, and vision to provide value whether playing on or off the ball. Abdullah played in the spring/summer months for Basketball Club Rhode Island 

Beau O’Beirne 6’0 Guard (Williston Northampton): O’Beirne’s long-range marksmanship has consistently opened up the floor for Williston this season. He is a versatile three-point shooter who can also hit them in bunches. O’Beirne played his grassroots basketball for New Haven Heat. 

Will Davis 6’8 Big Man (Newton North): Davis has again been a reliable inside presence for Newton North. His blend of rebounding, post scoring, and a consistent motor makes him one of the MIAA’s tougher matchups. Davis is set to play his grassroots basketball for Middlesex Magic and could potentially end up a 2024 prospect. 

Anthony Nimani 6’3 Guard (Platt): Nimani recently became Platt’s all-time leading scorer. He can hit shots from deep or in the mid-range while also moving well without the ball as a cutter. Nimani played on the Under Armour circuit for WE R1. 

Brandon Sinclair 6’9 Big Man (St. Thomas More): Sinclair turned some heads at the recent NPSI event. The big man showed more skill to go with his impressive physical abilities. Sinclair played his grassroots basketball for 6th Boro Hoops. 

Jason Ofcarcik 6'7 Big Man (Suffield): Baez's running mate in the summer has carried over a strong grassroots season into a big winter in his first year in class A. One of the best rebounders in New England, Ofcarcik uses his motor to impact both ends of the floor. Ofcarcik played his grassroots basketball for RI Elite

Reid Celestin 6’6 Wing (Brewster Academy): Celestin has had some good moments this year on Brewster’s AA squad. His length, mobility, and floor spacing upside give him intrigue for the future. Celestin played his grassroots basketball for Team Keenan Allen. 

Jack Bleier 6’3 Guard (Choate Rosemary Hall): Bleier has made a smooth transition in Class A. He is strong, scores in various ways, and even helps out on the defensive glass. Bleier played his grassroots basketball for Project Triple Threat. 

Trey Phillips 6’7 Forward (Winchendon): Phillips is a prospect who caught our eye. He can finish above the rim, defend multiple positions, in addition to hitting an occasional standstill three-pointer. Phillips played his grassroots basketball for Arizona Firestorm.