Hughes is a Terrier

Hughes is a Terrier

Posted Tuesday, July 23rd, 2024

Yesterday, Dexter Southfield and Middlesex Magic 2025 wing Sam Hughes announced his commitment to the Boston University Terriers. For Hughes, he gets to take his game to the Division One level, but gets to do so close to his hometown of Needham.For most of his high school career, he has played NEPSAC Class A ball, but prior to that he was with the Needham Rockets, where he started on varsity as a freshman. Along with current incoming NYU freshman Henry Bickford, Hughes… READ MORE >

Bangor Native Chooses Princeton

Bangor Native Chooses Princeton

Posted Monday, July 22nd, 2024

In June, St. Paul’s and Middlesex Magic 2025 wing Landon Clark announced his commitment to Princeton, effective after the 2024-25 academic year.Clark has emerged as a prominent figure in Maine basketball, alongside Cooper and Ace Flagg, bringing national attention to the state’s basketball scene. He played a pivotal role on the Maine United EYBL team led by Duke’s Cooper Flagg.Last summer, Maine United reached the Nike E16 title game against the Nightrydas, led by Cam Boozer, the second-best prospect in… READ MORE >

Sanon and Erhunmwunse Top the Final 2024 Rankings

Sanon and Erhunmwunse Top the Final 2024 Rankings

Posted Friday, July 19th, 2024

The summer has reached the midway point, and has maybe even surpassed that by a bit, but we felt it was time to finalize our 2024 rankings. Most of the Division One signees on the list have began workouts with their new team, so it is long overdue. At the top of the ranking is the smooth scoring Arizona State signee, Joson Sanon, who just completed a great career at Vermont Academy winning the NEPSAC AAA title. Right behind him is… READ MORE >

Grassroots Stockrisers Heading Into The Final Live Period

Grassroots Stockrisers Heading Into The Final Live Period

Posted Thursday, July 18th, 2024

The grassroots circuits have proven to be a major factor in the recruitment of future college basketball players over the years, and the landscape has continued to expand year in and year out. The sneaker circuits have been known to be the place where most of the Division One talent lies when a player is in high school. According to a 2023 article from The Circuit, approximately 78.2% of American-born NBA players had competed on one of the sneaker circuits. Outside… READ MORE >

Abreu Stays Home

Abreu Stays Home

Posted Wednesday, July 17th, 2024

Just the other day, it was announced that Phillips Andover & Mass Rivals guard Xavier Abreu would be taking his talents to the CAA, joining the Northeastern Huskies following the upcoming season.Abreu has been making a lot of noise of late, as he was the x-factor for Phillips Andover this year contributing multiple high scoring games in their run to the NEPSAC Class A title game.Entering the playoffs as the eighth seed, Andover began their run with a huge upset… READ MORE >

#E75 Mid-Atlantic Recap - The Guards

#E75 Mid-Atlantic Recap - The Guards

Posted Tuesday, July 16th, 2024

The Mid-Atlantic Elite 75 was loaded with aspiring college prospects at the guard spot. Some of them came in with buzzing college recruitment, some are bound to end up that way in the near future. Let's take a look at what we liked about each guard's game and where they attend school. Top Performers Res Whitaker, Marriotts Ridge - Maryland's Res Whitaker is a big guard that colleges should check out. He's got a strong body which he uses to get in… READ MORE >

#E75 Mid-Atlantic Recap - The Forwards & Wings

#E75 Mid-Atlantic Recap - The Forwards & Wings

Posted Monday, July 15th, 2024

The first non-New England Elite 75 took place this past Wednesday, and was full of aspiring college players from all around the Northeast. Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maryland and Pennsylvania were all represented very well. Here’s a look at some of the wings and forwards who competed. Top Performers Emmitt Byther, Old Town - Maine's Emmitt Byther is a true gem in the Bangor area. Byther brings an imposing size/strength combo at 6'6" and uses it to his… READ MORE >

#E75 Debut in the Mid-Atlantic!

#E75 Debut in the Mid-Atlantic!

Posted Thursday, July 11th, 2024

Last night, we took over Spooky Nook for a night of high-level basketball.   Players from all over New England and the Mid-Atlantic region came out to showcase their talent as they were ran through drils and games, and given direct feedback from their respective college coach. For many, last night was a tune up for the kick off of the ZGXL Championships taking place today at Spooky Nook, which the NERR scouting staff will be on-hand to evaluate.   We wanted… READ MORE >

Boston’s Newest Friar - Jaylen Harrell

Boston’s Newest Friar - Jaylen Harrell

Posted Tuesday, July 9th, 2024

Last week, Cats Academy & Expressions 6’5” wing Jaylen Harrell (Juke) announced his pledge to Providence College following the 2024-25 season.   Harrell’s decision came down to a top six of Alabama, Kansas, Providence, Rutgers, Virginia Tech and Xavier.   The Boston Native’s journey was a memorable one, starting out his high school career with a bang winning the ISL title with St. Sebastian’s, and making the First Team All-ISL as a ninth grader.    He along with AJ Dybantsa, helped… READ MORE >

Duncan Commits to NJIT

Duncan Commits to NJIT

Posted Monday, July 8th, 2024

Recently, it was announced that Putnam Science and New Haven Heat 2024 guard Que Duncan had committed to NJIT.   The guard is a true New Englander through and through, as he rose up the ranks out of Connecticut, and made his way to the Division 1 level.   Upon entering high school it was evident that Duncan’s upside was that of a Division One prospect. Amidst the pandemic he was named to the top 75 underclassmen to watch in… READ MORE >

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