NEPSAC Class A Preview Part Four

NEPSAC Class A Preview Part Four

Posted Thursday, January 5th, 2023

This is the fourth and final part of our NEPSAC Class A preview.  CATS Academy - Cary Herer heads into his second season as the head coach of CATS. 2023 big man Martinie Kamga is back. He can score on the block, kick out to open teammates, and make his presence felt as an offensive rebounder. After Kamga, this squad is primarily made up of underclassmen. 2026 guard Desmond Bellot Jr is already producing at a high level, including going… READ MORE >

Prep Profiles 2022-23 Season: Busche Academy

Prep Profiles 2022-23 Season: Busche Academy

Posted Tuesday, January 3rd, 2023

Antonio Anderson begins his first year as head coach at Busche after leading the program at Springfield Commonwealth last season. He will be looking to help them become an immediate player in the AAA Power 5 Conference.    3 Things You Need to Know About This Year’s Team    1. Palmer brings a two-way impact  2023 forward Devere Palmer is a constant contributor at both ends. The strong-bodied forward rebounds, is switchable, and has shown strides as a shooter. Palmer… READ MORE >

NEPSAC Class A Preview Part Three

NEPSAC Class A Preview Part Three

Posted Tuesday, January 3rd, 2023

This is part three of our NEPSAC Class A preview.  Brunswick School: Brunswick has several college-level prospects on their squad. NYU commit Jonathan Sigurdsson makes his mark down low. He can score on the block, rebound, or provide consistent rim protection. Wyatt Treistman will be one of this team’s main scoring threats. The 2023 forward is a threat to hit shots from deep or in the mid-range. 2023 guard Malik Samms will be one of the primary playmakers. He can… READ MORE >

NEPSAC Class A Preview Part Two

NEPSAC Class A Preview Part Two

Posted Monday, January 2nd, 2023

This is part two of our NEPSAC Class A preview.  Hotchkiss School: After winning the Class A championship last season, expectations remain the same for Hotchkiss. Brandon McCreesh is back after being an integral part of last year’s squad. The Bucknell commit is a 6’4 guard who can score from deep or in the mid-range. Will Groot is going to provide an interior presence again. The Johns Hopkins commit has a nice blend of passing, post scoring, and defensive rebounding… READ MORE >

NEPSAC Class A Preview Part One

NEPSAC Class A Preview Part One

Posted Friday, December 30th, 2022

After previewing Class AA of the NEPSAC recently, we will begin profiling the Class A programs.  Phillips Academy - Andover: Head Coach Terrell Ivory’s squad is led by Campbell commit Colby Duggan. The forward is an inside/out scoring threat who also passes well for his size. 2024 guard Isaiah Harris will be taking on a bigger role this year. He uses his well-built frame to impact the game at both ends. 2024 prospect Robbie Nyamwaya will help out Duggan in… READ MORE >

Duncan Picks Princeton

Duncan Picks Princeton

Posted Wednesday, December 28th, 2022

Wilbraham & Monson and Fundamental U guard Ryan Duncan announced his commitment yesterday to Princeton.  Before coming to New England, Duncan played at Chicago University High School in Illinois. He had a standout senior season, helping lead them to a 10-1 conference record and 18-9 overall. Duncan was averaging an impressive 21.3 points, 6.3 assists, and 2.4 steals per game at the mid-season mark. That went with shooting 53.8% from the field and 46.1% from three-point range.  He immediately impacted WMA… READ MORE >

NEPSAC AA Previews

NEPSAC AA Previews

Posted Tuesday, December 27th, 2022

We recently completed all of the profiles on the NEPSAC AA programs. In this article, each profile is attached to easily be viewed. Worcester Academy: https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/in-the-news/prep-profiles-2022-23-season-worcester-academyBradford Christian Academy: https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/in-the-news/prep-profiles-2022-23-season-bradford-christian-academyCushing Academy: https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/in-the-news/prep-profiles-2022-23-season-cushing-academy Wilbraham & Monson: https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/in-the-news/prep-profiles-2022-23-season-wilbraham-monsonSt. George's School: https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/in-the-news/prep-profiles-2022-23-season-st-georges-schoolBrimmer & May: https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/in-the-news/prep-profiles-2022-23-season-brimmer-and-may-schoolWinchendon School: https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/in-the-news/prep-profiles-2022-23-season-winchendon-schoolSt. Andrew’s School: https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/in-the-news/prep-profiles-2022-23-season-st-andrews-schoolKimball Union Academy: https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/in-the-news/prep-profiles-2022-23-season-kimball-union-academyMacDuffie School: https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/in-the-news/prep-profiles-2022-23-season-macduffie-schoolRest of AA: https://newenglandrecruitingreport.com/in-the-news/nepsac-aa-preview-continued  READ MORE >

NEPSAC AA Preview Continued

NEPSAC AA Preview Continued

Posted Saturday, December 24th, 2022

Class AA of the NEPSAC has a similar feel to the last few years, with the same few teams competing for the Class AA title. Bradford Christian and Worcester look like the early favorites, with Cushing Academy being their primary competition. Wilbraham will be among the top contenders, as they always are, while St. Andrew’s and St. George's both have strong teams out in  Rhode Island.  Winchendon is a sleeper who has already proven they have the talent to compete with… READ MORE >

Prep Profiles 2022-23 Season: MacDuffie School

Prep Profiles 2022-23 Season: MacDuffie School

Posted Friday, December 23rd, 2022

Head coach Tyrone Boswell is back for his second year at MacDuffie School. With the new faces he has brought in to fill various roles, they will be looking to take a step up in the NEPSAC AA pecking order.    1. Lemelman brings offensive versatility  2024 guard Jake Lemelman will be one who opponents have to spend a good amount of time preparing for. The southpaw can hit three-pointers when spotting up, stop & pop for fifteen-foot pull-ups, or find… READ MORE >

Early Season Stock-Risers

Early Season Stock-Risers

Posted Wednesday, December 21st, 2022

With the Prep School season going on for over a month now, several prospects have risen their stocks. We will be highlighting five of them in this article.  Seth Joba 6’9 Big Man 2023 (Bridgton Academy): Joba has impressed while taking over lead scoring duties for the Wolverines. The southpaw is difficult to defend on ball screens. Joba can pop for three-pointers or roll for finishes around the rim with his deceptive leaping ability. Defensively, he has good hands and anticipation to… READ MORE >

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