BABC to host 3 events this weekend

BABC to host 3 events this weekend

Posted Monday, January 11th, 2016

    The Boston Amateur Basketball Club has three straight days of exciting action set for the holiday weekend. On Saturday, the BABC Prep Classic takes place at Cathedral High School and features some of the top NEPSAC and prep programs in New England. BABC returns to Cathedral High School on Sunday for another prep double-header in the Patrick J. Harrington Memorial Classic. The weekend wraps up with seven MIAA games on Monday at the Reggie Lewis Center for the… READ MORE >

Brooks to Bryant

Ikenna Ndugba 2016

Posted Sunday, January 10th, 2016

Good things come to those who wait. For Bryant, head coach Tim O'Shea and his staff had been searching for a point guard to replace Shane McLaughlin, a three year starter and the reinging NEC Player of the Week. For Ikenna Ndugba, he watched as many of his positional peers committed to division I schools this fall, but remained patient and continued to work hard and lead a young Brooks team. Now, Ndugba is staying close to home with a… READ MORE >

RI Affiliated Profiles NEPSAC in New Video

RI Affiliated Profiles NEPSAC in New Video

Posted Sunday, January 10th, 2016

      RI Affiliated has been hard at work in recent weeks and months, traveling throughout New England the greater northeast to capture some of the best high school, prep school and grassroots footage there is out there. His most recent video profiles the entire NEPSAC (New England Prep School Athletic Council) and promotes it as the best league in the country while featuring a number of the talented programs and individual players currently competing in the league including… READ MORE >

This Week’s Notable Performances

This Week’s Notable Performances

Posted Friday, January 8th, 2016

    The New England Recruiting Report tweets out top performances from across all six states througout the course of the week, before publishing the collective list at the end of every week. Nominations can be made simply by tweeting at us (@NERRhoops). Here's a look back at this week's most notable performances. Notable Performance - @NewingtonBall (CT) Jared Simmons had 32pts & 10asts on Saturday night over East Hartford — NERR (@NERRHoops) January 5, 2016 Notable Performance - Shyheim… READ MORE >

New England 2019 Rankings Announced

Posted Friday, January 8th, 2016

It's ranking time in New England as the classes of 2016 and 2017 will both be updated in the coming weeks. First though, it's time to wrap-up our underclassmen coverage from the fall with an initial top ten list in the class of 2019. So who are the best 2019 players in New England? The truth is that we don't know yet…and we probably won't for quite some time. Only weeks into their high school careers, all that exists is potential,… READ MORE >

Recruiting Round-Up

Recruiting Round-Up

Posted Thursday, January 7th, 2016

It’s almost ironic that once the season starts, recruiting tends to settle down a little bit. The headlines and updates don’t happen nearly as often as high school and college teams alike are consumed by their own schedule. This typically lasts for another month or two, until the time when some teams start to shift their focus to next season. . That isn’t to say there haven’t been any updates on the recruiting wire though. In addition to the commitments… READ MORE >

McDonald’s Announces All-American Nominees

McDonald’s Announces All-American Nominees

Posted Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

The McDonald's All-American Game announced their 2016 nominees on Tuesday and players from five New England states were represented on the list.  The state of Connecticut had the biggest contingent with six nominees: Chris Winkel, Amity Regional High School; Dom Christiano, Greens Farms Academy; Mamadou Diarra, Putnam Science Academy; Matthew Moyer, South Kent School; Miye Oni, Suffield Academy; and Mustapha Heron, Sacred Heart High School. The rest of the region's nominees stem for three prep schools: A.J. Broduer, Ian Sistare… READ MORE >

Beverly’s Coughlin Makes Pick

Beverly’s Coughlin Makes Pick

Posted Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

A pair of Beverly High School products have come off the board as senior guard Kyle Coughlin has committed to Clark University and teammate Sam Traicoff to Gordon College. Both are also products of the Mass Elite AAU program. Coughlin has participated in the program since he was a 7th grader, in recent years playing for his father, Mitch Coughlin, along with Traicoff. Last spring, that group took the Massachusetts AAU Division II State Championship. "Kyle is a floor general,"… READ MORE >

This Week’s Notable Performances

This Week’s Notable Performances

Posted Monday, January 4th, 2016

January is officially here and that means the return of our annual winter tradition "Notable Performances," as we recognize top performances from around New England's six states. How do you get recognized? It's easy, just tweet at us @NERRhoops with stats, highlights or any other notable accomplishment. We'll tweet out the best of the bunch throughout the course of the week and then every weekend we'll post those tweets as a full article on NewEnglandRecruitingReport.com. Take note though, there are… READ MORE >

Top Performances from the BB&N Invitational

Top Performances from the BB&N Invitational

Posted Saturday, January 2nd, 2016

      NERR contributor Zack Sandberg spent two days at the Buckingham, Browne & Nichols Invitational last week where a six team field consisted of BB&N, Winchendon, Hopkins, Dexeter, Thayer and Providence Country Day. Here's a look at his top inidivual prospects from the event. Jordan Mello-Klein: The Thayer product had 27 points in a win over the Dexter school and followed that up with 23 later in the day. Javaughn Edmonds: Added 25 points in the first game… READ MORE >

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