Bryant Lands Baker Jr.

Posted Monday, May 23rd, 2016

Bryant University scooped up what might have been New England's biggest sleeper, rougly six weeks before the July evaluation was set to kick-off. Vincent Baker Jr., a six-foot-seven forward from Old Saybrook High School in Connecticut, committed to the Bulldogs on Monday night. Baker, the son and namesake of the former NBA All-Star who first starred at the University of Hartford before playing for the Milwaukee Bucks and Seattle SuperSonics among others, has been playing for his father on the… READ MORE >

Canterbury’s Bruton Headlines Latest Batch of Commitments

DeAnte Bruton 2016

Posted Monday, May 23rd, 2016

Nichols College landed an important piece in their 2016 recruiting class over the weekend when Canterbury School post-graduate guard DeAnte Bruton came on board. Bruton previously starred at Ledyard High School before graduating last year and opting for a post-graduate years in hopes of building up both his body and his recruitment. He put up huge numbers against some of the top programs in New England this year as the slippery southpaw proved that he was capable of scoring points… READ MORE >

Fair will prep at PSA

Posted Sunday, May 22nd, 2016

Putnam Science Academy announced earlier this week that KeAndre Fair would be joining the program as a post-graduate next year following his graduation from Weaver High School. The 6-foot-2 guard has had a decorated high school career playing in the CIAC state championship game for four consecutive years and helping Weaver to the 2015 Class M state championship as well as a pair of CCC championships. He was also named first-team All-State for all four years of his high school… READ MORE >

Gaines Stock Rising

Posted Friday, May 20th, 2016

Anthony Gaines is one of the biggest stock-risers in the Nike EYBL this year, not just in terms of New England, but in terms of the entire league. One of four local prep products to play with the Albany City Rocks, he took the league by storm from day one of the first session in New York. By the time the month of April was over he had six double-doubles in seven games and had established himself as one of… READ MORE >

Yags’ Point Forward - Coaches Speaking French

Posted Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Looking at their roster heading into this spring's Nike EYBL Circuit, it was easy to envision Hasahn French's role for a loaded PSA Cardinals squad. When French wasn't benefiting from the vision of point guard Quade Green, who would find him for easy buckets, he would clear the lane of opposing frontcourt players with delusions of grabbing an offensive rebound, while teammate Mohamed Bamba skied high above the rim for the board. You could've looked at rosters throughout the EYBL… READ MORE >

Vessichio Makes Pick

Brenden Vessichio 2016

Posted Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

Wilbraham & Monson Academy unsigned Brenden Vessichio committed to Saint Anselm College on Wednesday, taking to his twitter account to announce his decision. Proud to announce that I have committed to Saint Anselm College! Thanks to everyone who has helped me along the way�� — Brenden Vessichio (@Bvess15) May 18, 2016 A Connecticut native, Vessichio previously starred at Berlin High School before transferring into WMA for the 2014-2015 season. He went on to become the team's captain and an… READ MORE >

Sacred Heart’s Fisher Earns Scholarship

Charles Fisher 2016

Posted Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

Sacred Heart High School senior guard Charles Fisher won't be going far from home next year as he recently accepted a scholarship offer to stay in Waterbury, Connecticut where he'll join Post University, a local division II school competing in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference. Fisher is coming off three straight CIAC state championships at Sacred Heart. A highly talented individual player who could have been the top scoring option at almost any other school in the state, Fisher was… READ MORE >

Tshimanga Calls it for Nebraska

Posted Monday, May 16th, 2016

Jordy Tshimanga, one of the best available players in New England’s class of 2016, announced his commitment to Nebraska on Monday morning at a ceremony at the MacDuffie School. Tshimanga chose Nebraska over UNLV and Minnesota although he had also pulled in offers from the likes of Arizona, Pittsburgh, Oklahoma State and many others during the course of the last year. Nebraska assistant coach Kenya Hunter and head coach Tim Miles were both credited for developing a relationship with Tshimanga… READ MORE >

BABC & Expressions both go 2-2 at EYBL 3

BABC & Expressions both go 2-2 at EYBL 3

Posted Monday, May 16th, 2016

New England's two Nike sponsored grassroots programs both went 2-2 this weekend at the third session of the EYBL and remain tied for third placein Division C heading into the fourth and final session two weeks from now in Atlanta. Most importantly, both programs also remain in the driver's seat in terms of qualifying for this year's EYBL Finals at the Peach Jam. BABC opened the weekend with an impressive 67-51 win over Elfrid Payton Elite before splitting Saturday's contests… READ MORE >

Kane & Bailey heading to New Haven

Roy Kane 2016

Posted Saturday, May 14th, 2016

Former Norwalk High School standout and current Notre Dame Prep post-graduate Roy Kane Jr. committed to the University of New Haven on Friday. Kane is the second local prep product to pledge to the Chargers in recent weeks after Hotchkiss post-graduate guard Elijah Bailey signed his National Letter of Intent last month. Kane had a huge high school career in the CIAC, putting up big scoring and rebounding totals for numerous years for Norwalk, while also running with USAD on… READ MORE >

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