#E75 Academic Experience - Wing Prospects

#E75 Academic Experience - Wing Prospects

Posted Thursday, March 21st, 2019

Friday night’s Elite 75 Academic Experience was as good as advertised with 75 players from New England and New York having the opportunity to play in front of over 30 college coaches from academic institutions including the likes of Williams, NYU, Case Western, Middlebury, Trinity, Vassar, Hamilton, Colby, Brandeis, Connecticut College, WPI, Babson and numerous others.  By the time it was all said and done, a number of players had managed to distinguish themselves.  Here’s a look at the top… READ MORE >

New England’s Guide to the 2019 NCAA Tournament

Tremont Waters 2017

Posted Wednesday, March 20th, 2019

The New England Recruiting, in collaboration with YurView New England, has broken down every game of this weekend's NCAA tournament to show you exactly where the former local products, from both the prep and public ranks, will be playing this week. From St. Andrew's alum Chancellor Ellis playing with Prairie View in Tuesday night's play-in game to Tremont Waters leading LSU against Yale, we've got everybody covered. Click here for the full list.  READ MORE >

NMH’s Krystkowiak Makes his Pick

Cameron Krystkowiak 2019

Posted Tuesday, March 19th, 2019

Northfield Mount Hermon School post-graduate Cameron Krystkowiak made a verbal commitment to Dartmouth on Tuesday.  Krystkowiak is a skilled 6-foot-10 big man and the son of Utah head coach, and former NBA player, Larry Krystkowiak.  He ran with Utah Prospects Exum Elite on the Adidas Gauntlet last spring and summer.  Despite his size, skill, and genes, Krystowiak still arrived at NMH this fall with relatively little division I recruitment but that quickly changed once college coaches began arriving for open gyms… READ MORE >

#E75 Academic Experience - Frontcourt Prospects

#E75 Academic Experience - Frontcourt Prospects

Posted Monday, March 18th, 2019

Friday night’s Elite 75 Academic Experience was as good as advertised with 75 players from New England and New York having the opportunity to play in front of over 30 college coaches from academic institutions including the likes of Williams, NYU, Case Western, Middlebury, Trinity, Vassar, Hamilton, Colby, Brandeis, Connecticut College, WPI, Babson and numerous others.  By the time it was all said and done, a number of players had managed to distinguish themselves.  Here’s a look at the best… READ MORE >

Gatorade announces Players of the Year 2019

Gatorade announces Players of the Year 2019

Posted Sunday, March 17th, 2019

CHICAGO (March 15, 2019) — In its 34th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company today announced their 2018-19 Gatorade Boys Basketball Player of the Year in all 50 states.  The award, which recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the field, distinguishes each player as the best in their respective state.  In New England, the winners were Woodstock Academy's Tre Mitchell,… READ MORE >

NMH’s Dolan Picks Cornell

NMH’s Dolan Picks Cornell

Posted Saturday, March 16th, 2019

Northfield Mount Hermon point guard Greg Dolan made a verbal commitment to Cornell University on Saturday, punctuating an extremely succesful post-graduate campaign for the western New York native.  Dolan, who graduated from Williamsville South High School last year and played with NE6 in the Under Armour Association last spring and summer, was named second team All-New England after averaging 12.5 points, 5.8 assists, 4.6 rebounds, and 2.3 steals.  More importantly, he established himself as a leader for an NMH team that… READ MORE >

NEPSAC announces All-New England awards

NEPSAC announces All-New England awards

Posted Saturday, March 16th, 2019

NEPSAC AAA Coach of the Year - Jere Quinn, St. Thomas More Player of the Year - Chris Ledlum, Northfield Mount Hermon First Team  Chris Ledlum, Northfield Mount Hermon Mika Adams-Woods, New Hampton Terrance Clarke, Brewster Academy Jalen Lecque, Brewster Academy Joel Brown, Brewster Academy         Second Team Tyson Walker, New Hampton Alonzo Gaffney, Brewster Academy Pavle Djurisic, Hoosac Greg Dolan, Northfield Mount Hermon Brendan McGuire, St. Thomas More Honorable Mention Jared Garcia, St. Thomas More  Mick… READ MORE >

#E75 Academic Experience & Junior #E75 Return Tonight

#E75 Academic Experience & Junior #E75 Return Tonight

Posted Friday, March 15th, 2019

The Elite 75 Academic Experience and Junior Elite 75 Showcase are returning to New England tonight and will take place at Mass Premier Courts.  College coaches from Trinity, Conn College, WPI, Babson, Vassar, NYU, Clarkson, and Case Western will all be on staff while numerous others have already confirmed they will be in attendance to evaluate at the Academic Experience. So, as always, exposure isn't a hope, it's a guarantee. The action begins at 6pm and will continue throughout the… READ MORE >

Taft’s Arbuckle Accepts Scholarship Offer

Taft’s Arbuckle Accepts Scholarship Offer

Posted Thursday, March 14th, 2019

Taft School post-graduate and St. Paul Catholic High School alum Tyler Arbuckle announed his commitment to Saint Anselm College late Tuesday night.  His decision came less than two weeks after Hawks initially extended their scholarship offer, just following the conclusion of Arbuckle's season.  That offer was immediately followed by a second division II offer, this one from Holy Family.  Arbuckle took to his twitter account to announce his decision.  COMMITTED���� pic.twitter.com/9uCS7s0Wmu — Tyler Arbuckle (@tyler_arbuckle) March 12, 2019 Arbuckle's story… READ MORE >

Mitchell trims list; will remain in 2019

Mitchell trims list; will remain in 2019

Posted Tuesday, March 12th, 2019

Woodstock Academy senior Tre Mitchell announed on Tuesday night that he would remain in the class of 2019 and trimmed his list of schools to six - Indiana, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, Providence, Syracuse, and UMass.  Mitchell, a consensus top 100 prospect in the country, is one of the best available big men left on the national board and had been previously contemplating a post-graduate year that would have moved him to the class of 2020.  He's made rapid strides in… READ MORE >

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