#NEHF Varsity Division - Saturday Recap II

#NEHF Varsity Division - Saturday Recap II

Posted Sunday, April 19th, 2015

College coaches were out in full force on Saturday as there were multiple prospects for the next level on all eight courts at the University Sports Complex. BABC was the main attraction in the afternoon session as they got a pair of tune-up wins in preparation for next weekend’s EYBL session in Lexington, Kentucky. Bruce Brown was his typically explosive self while Patrick Fisher picked up right where he left off last week in Virginia. Thomas Mobley completed the backcourt… READ MORE >

#NEHF 9th & 10th Grade Division - Saturday Recap II

Posted Sunday, April 19th, 2015

The action in the 9th and 10th grade divisions only got more intense as the day went on Saturday. The PSA Cardinals took the court at the MPlex showing a star studded roster including a top 25 sophomore in the country, Mohammed Bamba who showed freakish like length, athleticism and budding skill. Bamba added offers from the likes of Syracuse, Arizona, Connecticut and several others last week alone and is quickly becoming one of the most notable prospects in the… READ MORE >

#NEHF 9th & 10th Grade Divisions - Saturday Recap I

#NEHF 9th & 10th Grade Divisions - Saturday Recap I

Posted Saturday, April 18th, 2015

The 2015 Northeast Hoops Festival is up and running with action on 26 courts throughout Massachusetts and we’ll be recapping the action with continuous blog entries throughout the weekend, so be sure to keep checking back for updates: The U Stars got good production out of Charlie Contenant on Saturday morning. The forward set some very good screens, made a baby hook with his left hand and even stepped out and hit a three. Iverson Lopez is a big, bulldog… READ MORE >

#NEHF Varsity Division - Saturday Recap I

#NEHF Varsity Division - Saturday Recap I

Posted Saturday, April 18th, 2015

The 2015 Northeast Hoops Festival is up and running with action on 26 courts throughout Massachusetts and we’ll be recapping the action with continuous blog entries throughout the weekend, so be sure to keep checking back for updates: The Middlesex Magic have three teams playing in the Varsity division this weekend and we got our first peak at the Garrity squad this morning with Karlens Joas making contributions on both ends of the floor with his athleticism and versatile floor… READ MORE >

NMH Welcomes Local Products

Posted Friday, April 17th, 2015

Northfield Mount Hermon will be adding a variety of familiar faces to their program next year. Last week Kellan Grady announced via twitter that he would be transferring from Catholic Memorial and reclassifying into NMH’s 2017 class. I have officially decided to forgo my senior season at Catholic Memorial & reclassify at Northfield Mount Hermon next year #NMH‘17 #Hoggers — Kellan Grady (@KellanGrady_30) April 7, 2015 I’m extremely appreciative to everyone who’s been there for me throughout my 5 years… READ MORE >

Connors Leaving Cushing; Bede, Kuakumensah Transferring In

Connors Leaving Cushing; Bede, Kuakumensah Transferring In

Posted Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

It is the end of an era at Cushing Academy as longtime head coach Barry Connors confirmed on Wednesday that he is leaving the school at the end of the academic year and moving south to Florida with his family. One of the true good guys in all of high school or prep school basketball, Connors’ legacy includes a pair of NEPSAC championships in 2013 and 2014. He’s also coached some of the top players to come through the New… READ MORE >

Jackson West Coast Bound

Tyler Jackson 2015

Posted Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

South Kent center Tyler Jackson became the third New England product to commit to a division I school on what was a very busy Wednesday in the region. The seven-footer is originally from Illinois but first arrived in New England last year as a junior when he suited up for Vermont Academy. He transferred to South Kent for his senior season and played the best basketball of his career down the stretch of the season, putting up some huge numbers… READ MORE >

Porter Picks St. Mary’s

Franklin Porter 2015

Posted Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Franklin Porter has won quite a few basketball games in his two years in New England. Last summer he was part of a BABC team that qualified for the EYBL finals at the Peach Jam and this winter he was one of the offensive focal points for a Tilton squad that captured their latest NEPSAC championship and returned to the National Prep Championship. Now he’s set to join another top program as he both committed to, and signed with, St.… READ MORE >

Brantley Heading Home

Jarrell Brantley 2015

Posted Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Notre Dame Prep post-graduate forward Jarrell Brantley is headed back to his home state of South Carolina after committing to the College of Charleston on Wednesday. The six-foot-six power forward was one of the best prospects left on the board in New England, especially in the frontcourt, and should be able to compete for immediate minutes inside the rotation. While Brantley rarely put up flashy offensive numbers, his recruiting stock continued to grow throughout the course of the season with… READ MORE >

Two More off the Board

Francisco Alonso 2015

Posted Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

While the emphasis shifted to the class of 2016 with the beginning of the evaluation period last weekend, there are still plenty of quality players left uncommitted in 2015. That list decreased by two this weekend when Cushing Academy guard Francisco Alonso and Notre Dame Prep guard Jerry Johnson both came off the board. Alonso committed to North Carolina Greensboro following an official visit while Johnson pledged to Fairfield and both are expected to make immediate contributions.  UNCG couldn’t have… READ MORE >

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