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Massoud ACC Bound

Ismael Massoud 2019

Posted Monday, September 24th, 2018

MacDuffie School and PSA Cardinals forward Ismael Massoud made a verbal commitment to Wake Forest University on Monday.  The 6-foot-8 forward is coming off a strong summer in which he played to especially rave reviews at both the Pangos All-American Camp as well as the NBA Top 100 Camp.  He had previously cut his list to five schools - Auburn, Georgia Tech, Harvard, Rugers, and Wake Forest.  "Wake Forest was my first high-major offer and they've been there since the… READ MORE >

Adams-Woods Big Ten Bound

Adams-Woods Big Ten Bound

Posted Sunday, September 23rd, 2018

New Hampton School and Albany City Rocks point guard Mika Adams-Woods announced his verbal commitment to Nebraska on Saturday following an official visit to the Big Ten school's campus.  Adams-Woods announced his decision via his twitter account.  Dreams Do Come True! ����Thank you to all the coaches that have recruited me throughout this process, family, and teammates who stuck by my side through the ups and downs. I am happy to announce that I have committed to the University of… READ MORE >

Raines headed south to D1

Raines headed south to D1

Posted Sunday, September 23rd, 2018

Notre Dame West Haven and NE6 swingman Connor Raines made a verbal commitment to Texas Rio Grande Valley on Friday while on their campus for his unofficial visit.  UT Rio Grande Valley is a division I school competing in the Western Athletic Conference and was one of four division I schools to offer Raines a full scholarship.  While his other three offers came from local schools in the America East, NEC, and MAAC, the Connecticut native has family in the… READ MORE >

#E75 Frosh/Soph - ‘22 Recap II

#E75 Frosh/Soph - ‘22 Recap II

Posted Saturday, September 22nd, 2018

After profiling some of the bigger 2022 prospects in New England yesterday, our final recap from the 2018 Elite 75 Showcase - Frosh/Soph Edition will focus on some of the best freshmen guards.  Dasonte Bowen, Worcester Academy – Too instinctively unselfish to deliver a loud performance in a showcase type setting, Bowen was nonetheless very impressive with positional size as a true point guard, instinctive feel for the game, floor vision, and passing touch. Jonathan Guerrier, Lexington Christian – He’s… READ MORE >

#E75 Frosh/Soph - ‘22 Recap I

#E75 Frosh/Soph - ‘22 Recap I

Posted Saturday, September 22nd, 2018

One of the things that we notice every year at the Elite 75 Frosh/Soph is the difference between freshmen and sophomores.  Sophomores aren't just a year older but they've got a year of high school experience under their belt and more often than not that year makes a huge difference.  Most of the freshmen are only just starting to develop physically and while you'll see glimpses of early talent, they're a ways away and about to go through a huge… READ MORE >

NJIT Lands Elite Shooting Guard

NJIT Lands Elite Shooting Guard

Posted Friday, September 21st, 2018

NJIT came into New England and landed one of the region's best pure shooters.  Jeremiah E. Burke senior guard Levar Williams, who visited both NJIT and Wagner in late August, took to his twitter account to announce his commitment to the Highlanders on Thursday.  #COMMITED ���� pic.twitter.com/ueD2WDkxa3 — Levar Williams (@LWill_2) September 21, 2018 Burke head coach and longtime college coach Sean Ryan called Williams, "a true self made player and great person," on twitter while also adding "His work… READ MORE >

#E75 Frosh/Soph - ‘21 Backcourt Recap

#E75 Frosh/Soph - ‘21 Backcourt Recap

Posted Thursday, September 20th, 2018

We began our recaps of last weekend's Elite 75 Showcase - Frosh/Soph Edition with a look at the top frontcourt prospects in the class of 2021.  Today, we'll extend that lens to examine the top perimeter prospects in the sophomore class. Here's a look at the top prospects: Gus Larson, Northfield Mount Hermon - He may be on his way to becoming a frontcourt prospect after growing close to 7 inches in the last two years, but Larson still has… READ MORE >

Merrimack Scores with Derring

Merrimack Scores with Derring

Posted Thursday, September 20th, 2018

Proctor Academy and Middlesex Magic guard Mykel Derring announced his verbal commitment to Merrimack College on Wednesday.  His decision comes less than a week after Merrimack announced an inviation to join the Northeast Conference and transition all of their NCAA sports to the division I level.  Derring confirmed his decision via his twitter account.  COMMITTED ���� pic.twitter.com/dPMqZCxegn — Mykel Derring (@MykelDerring) September 19, 2018 One of the most potent three-point shooters in all of New England, with an equally dangerous… READ MORE >

#E75 Frosh/Soph - ‘21 Frontcourt Recap

#E75 Frosh/Soph - ‘21 Frontcourt Recap

Posted Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

The 11th annual Elite 75 Showcase - Frosh/Soph Edition took place last Saturday and once again hosted top young talent from New England and beyond.  While the quality of the talent lived up to its ten predecessors, what differentiated this year’s event was two things. First was the amount of players who seized the opportunity to start making a name for themselves. Second, was the influx of players from behind New England’s borders that came to prove themselves. We’ll begin… READ MORE >

Bouknight Bound for UConn

Bouknight Bound for UConn

Posted Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

Tuesday was James Bouknight's 18th birthday.  He celebrated by making a verbal commitment to the University of Connecticut.  The MacDuffie School and PSA Cardinals guard had taken official visits to Virginia Tech, Miami, and Connecticut in recent weeks before announcing his final decision to ESPN on Tuesday.  Bouknight missed the regular season of the EYBL with injury but returned in time to have a big July after returning at the Peach Jam.  "I had already built a relationship with [assistant]… READ MORE >

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