2018 Big Apple Showcase Day 1 Twitter Blog

2018 Big Apple Showcase Day 1 Twitter Blog

Posted Thursday, July 19th, 2018

The 2018 Big Apple Showcase takes place this Wednesday, July 18th and Thursday, July 19th. The New England Recruiting Report is onsite at both the Brewster Sports Center in Brewster, NY and House of Sports in Ardsley, NY. To keep up with all the action you can either follow @NERRhoops, @ZackSandberg, @mdimartino203, @ChrisGaynor9, and @AdamFinkelstein on twitter or you can continue to check back here throughout the day as our annual twitter blogs will consolidate all of our coverage in… READ MORE >

Week 1 Recruiting Updates

Week 1 Recruiting Updates

Posted Tuesday, July 17th, 2018

With the second week of the July live period set to tip-off Wednesday and 5pm and go through Sunday afternoon it's time to take inventory of some of the recruiting updates to come out of the first period. Again, scholarship offers are not all created equal, and can mean very different things to different people, but are nonetheless worth acknowledging. Here's a rundown of the week 1 offers: Albany City Rocks 2020 guard Symir Torrence landed offers from Vanderbilt and… READ MORE >

Magic Win HGSL

Magic Win HGSL

Posted Tuesday, July 17th, 2018

After accumulating the most points and finishing in first place throughout the course of the spring, the Middlesex Magic were the #1 seed and won the inaugural HGSL Championship over the weekend in Atlantic City.  The Magic went 6-0 on the weekend, starting with two showcase wins over Jersey Shore Warriors and JB Hoops. The Magic lost starting guard Tyler Kolek, who had scored 22 points in opening win over Jersey Shore, to an ankle injury at the start of… READ MORE >

Big Apple Showcase schedule released

Big Apple Showcase schedule released

Posted Monday, July 16th, 2018

The third annual Big Apple Showcase will return to western New York on Wednesday and Thursday to open the second week of the July live period. The field is once again loaded in both the u17 and u16 field ensuring that college coaches will be out in full force and treated to tons of talent on every court. The u17 field features a collection of top programs from Pittsburgh to Washington D.C. including the likes of NE6, Mid-Atlantic Select, PK… READ MORE >

All-Academic Camp - Final Thoughts

All-Academic Camp - Final Thoughts

Posted Sunday, July 15th, 2018

With more than 125 NCAA Division I, II & III coaches coming through the door over the course of the week at Brandeis University, the All Academic Camp once again accomplished its annual goal of putting high-level student-athletes in front of high-academic college coaches.  Nearly 400 campers were seen by college staffs, and the varying backgrounds that each camper comes from is truly one of the reasons why this camp is so unique. What especially impressed about this year was… READ MORE >

AAC Day 3 Recap

AAC Day 3 Recap

Posted Friday, July 13th, 2018

Day 3 featured some new names to emerge on the scene at the All Academic Camp.  The following stood out on the final day of games at Brandeis University: Tommy ONeil (Vermont Academy, 2019)- The lefty has become more and more physical as his confidence grows.  He initiates contact on both his drives and his post moves, and he grabbed tough, contested rebounds throughout camp. Andrew Hartel (Cape Elizabeth HS, 2019)- Hartel first impressed at the Elite 75 Academic Experience… READ MORE >

AAC Day 2 PM Recap

AAC Day 2 PM Recap

Posted Friday, July 13th, 2018

Wednesday afternoon continued to bring in a slew of college coaches to Brandies University in Waltham, MA, to see the nearly 400 student-athletes assembled for the All Academic Camp.  The following stood out during the Wednesday afternoon set of games: Cole Prowitt-Smith (Greens Farms, 2019)- Prowitt-Smith dominated from the opening tap.  A very good athlete, he uses it on both ends, as he defends at a high level and is consistently amongst the top rebounders in the game.  He can also score from… READ MORE >

AAC Day 2 AM Recap

AAC Day 2 AM Recap

Posted Thursday, July 12th, 2018

One of the unique aspects of the All Academic Camp is the chance to see some of the talented underclassman in a setting where they are competing not only for attention of college coaches, but competing against older players who will be sure to push them throughout the three days.  The following underclassmen have stood out so far during the AAC: Casey Simmons (Milton Academy, 2021)- Simmons is an exceptional athlete with improving ball skills.  He likes to get out… READ MORE >

All-Academic Camp - Day 1 Recap

All-Academic Camp - Day 1 Recap

Posted Wednesday, July 11th, 2018

With nearly 400 high academic student-athletes competing in the All Academic Camp at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA, Division II & III coaches came by the dozens to evaluate the talent.   Throughout the weekend, please stay tuned to @NERRHoops and @AllAcademicCamp on Twitter for constant updates. The following players stood out on Day 1: Solomon Neuhaus (Williston, 2019)- Neuhaus is fun to watch.  He is smooth, a very good passer, and can really shoot the ball.  He fits perfectly… READ MORE >

New England’s “Big 3” Remain Atop 2019

New England’s “Big 3” Remain Atop 2019

Posted Wednesday, July 11th, 2018

Rankings are always subjective, but when it comes to New England's class of 2019 there are three players that have thus far set themselves apart from the rest - Putnam Science Academy and Mass Rivals' Akok Akok, St. Andrew's and BABC's Brycen Goodine, and Loomis Chaffee and NE6's Jaiden Delaire. Akok separated himself during last winter's prep season, especially down the stretch of PSA's run to the National Prep Championship. Delaire was the most impressive during April's recruiting period and… READ MORE >

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