Scholar Roundball Classic - Sunday Recap

Scholar Roundball Classic - Sunday Recap

Posted Monday, December 14th, 2015

The college coaches continued to file in for the third and final day of action at Babson College and by the time the 2015 Scholar Roundball Classic finally came to a close the event set a new record for total coaches in attendance, breaking the previous mark for the third consecutive year. Champlain St. Lambert was ready to go bright and early on Sunday morning as they opened their game against Brimmer & May with a 13-1 run. Gators head… READ MORE >

Scholar Roundball Classic - Saturday Recap

Scholar Roundball Classic - Saturday Recap

Posted Sunday, December 13th, 2015

The 5th annual Scholar Roundball Classic tipped on Saturday morning at Babson College on the heels of Friday night's Coaches vs. Cancer Classic and it was another exciting day of action and exposure with over 50 college coaches in attendance including Boston College head coach Jim Christian, Harvard head coach Tommy Amaker, Penn head coach Steve Donahue along with assistants from Villanova, Northwestern and numerous others. Game 1 saw the return of Jermaine Samuels and his first game back to… READ MORE >

Coaches vs. Cancer Classic - Event Recap

Coaches vs. Cancer Classic - Event Recap

Posted Saturday, December 12th, 2015

The inaugural Coaches vs. Cancer Classic featured an exciting triple-header on Friday night. With representatives from the American Cancer Society on hand the event featured the “Wall of Hope,” pink warm-ups for all players provided by EbLens, Suits and Sneakers by all six coaching staffs and even pink shoe-laces for the players. The event was also extremely well attended by college coaches with Boston University, San Diego, Drexel, New Hampshire, Maine, Holy Cross, American, Maine, Bryant, St. Anselm, Roger Williams… READ MORE >

NEPSAC Class AA Preview

NEPSAC Class AA Preview

Posted Friday, December 11th, 2015

The prep school season is officially underway and it looks like another highly competitive year in Class AA of the NEPSAC. While AAA holds the distiction of being the highest level of prep school basketball in New England, AA has produced some of the region's best prospects over the years with the likes of Nerlens Noel, Michael Carter-Williams, Kaleb Tarczewski, Wayne Selden, Nik Stauskas, Georges Niang and many others. This year doesn't look much different as the league is headlines… READ MORE >

Previewing this weekend’s Scholar Roundball Classic

Previewing this weekend’s Scholar Roundball Classic

Posted Thursday, December 10th, 2015

While this weekend's action at Babson College begins Friday night with the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic, it will continue through the day on Sunday with 13 more games as part of the 5th annual Scholar Roundball Classic. The event tips off Saturday morning as Rivers takes on Phillips Academy of Andover. Red Wings junior Azar Swain put up 46 points last night in his debut under head coach Keith Zalaski while Andover head coach Terrell Ivory has some added weapons… READ MORE >

Inaugural Coaches vs. Cancer Classic on tap for Friday

Inaugural Coaches vs. Cancer Classic on tap for Friday

Posted Wednesday, December 9th, 2015

The New England Recruiting Report, in conjunction with Zero Gravity Basketball, will hold their first ever Coaches vs. Cancer event this Friday in an event that will tip-off an exciting weekend of basketball at Babson College. The NERR Coaches vs. Cancer Classic will feature a prep school triple header beginning with the Pingree School (MA) against Hyde School (CT) at 4:30p.m., followed by Brimmer & May School (MA) vs. St. Luke's School (CT) before a rematch of last year's Class… READ MORE >

What’s Next for Goodluck?

Goodluck Okonoboh 2014

Posted Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

Just a couple of weeks ago, only six games in to his sophomore season, Goodluck Okonoboh announced that he would be transferring from UNLV. With still five semesters left to play in the college ranks, NERR looked back at one of the most talented players to come out of New England in recent years and examined the possibilities of what could be next.Click here to read that feature on CoxHub.com  READ MORE >

Exeter’s DeLorenzo Heading to Middlebury

Perry DeLorenzo 2016

Posted Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

    Phillips Exeter Academy senior swingman Perry DeLorenzo is heading to Middlebury College next year where he'll continue his basketball career at the prestigious NESCAC school. A three-year member of the Exeter squad who won a Class A championship as a sophomore, put up some big numbers as a junior and is one of the team's captains as a senior, DeLorenzo might be best known for his ability to shoot the basketball but provides additional value with his toughness,… READ MORE >

ZG Prep Classic - Day 3 Recap

Posted Monday, December 7th, 2015

  The third and final day of the Zero Gravity Prep Classic brought two courts of action, several local New England match-ups and another large crowd of college coaches in the stands to check out all the action. Here's a rundown of the action: Northfield Mount Hermon 97, Brimmer & May 59 A.J. Brodeur took control of the game early for NMH with a dunk on the first possession of the game and then some deep twos. The 6-8 Penn… READ MORE >

ZG Prep Classic - Day 2 Recap

Posted Sunday, December 6th, 2015

In the first game of the day BTB Prep from Ontario Canada took on Brimmer and May. Brimmer and May had an unlikely leading scorer 2016 Adam Mikula, who dropped 22 points. He assumed the scoring duties from American University bound Mark Gasperini and top rated 2018 AJ Reeves, who added 11 points on the day. Uncommitted long and athletic 2016 Isaiah Fontaine had 8 points while grabbing 14 rebounds 9 of them offensive. With those contribution Brimmer was able… READ MORE >

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