Prep Bound

Posted Thursday, May 12th, 2016

This is the time of year when the list of players who claim they are headed to prep school next year is inevitably larger than the list that will actually arrive there in September. Accordingly, the New England Recruiting Report has always made it a policy never to publish prep school commitments until they can be officially verified. With that in mind, here's a look at the early list: St. Andrew's senior big man Terrell Brown will graduate this spring… READ MORE >

Reeves Having Big Week

Posted Wednesday, May 11th, 2016

With division I college coaches not allowed back out on the road until July, most players don't see their recruitments change much once the month of April ends. Apparently someone forgot to tell A.J. Reeves that. The Brimmer & May sophomore began the week by helping the Mass Rivals to the championship of the Providence JamFest, despite the fact that they played without Makai Ashton-Langford, Wabissa Bede and Jarrod Simmons all weekend long. Reeves, who opted to spend the month… READ MORE >

Yags’ Point Forward - Class of 2016 Against the Rest

Yags’ Point Forward - Class of 2016 Against the Rest

Posted Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

With the Final Rankings for the Class of 2016 now available, now is as good a time as ever to step back and appreciate what this group has accomplished. The most instinctive way we do that with players every day is to compare them to their peers, so it's only natural that we do it with the class as a whole as well. Using the year's Final Rankings from NERR and ESPN 100 as the barometer, here's how this year's… READ MORE >

Wells, Wilson headline latest ‘16 pledges

James Wells 2016

Posted Monday, May 9th, 2016

It was only five days ago that we published our last commitment catch-up and yet in the days since the decisions have continued to come in at a rapid rate. Among the most notable within the last few days is that of Worcester Academy senior forward James Wells, who will head north to Canada to star at McGill University, Ironically, Wells' decision will actually bring him closer to his home in Vermont than he has been in the last two… READ MORE >

AOF Guard Heading Back West

Isaiah Nichols 2016

Posted Sunday, May 8th, 2016

Avon Old Farms guard Isaiah Nichols came across the country to do a post-graduate year in the NEPSAC in hopes of proving himself a division I player. That mission was officially accomplished this weekend when he committed to, and signed with, San Jose State, a Division I school in Nichol's home state of California which competes in the Mountain West Conference. A highly versatile 6-foot-5 player who transitioned into a full-time guard during his post-graduate  year while also dramatically improving… READ MORE >

VA’s Brooks Accepts Scholarship

Nick Brooks 2016

Posted Sunday, May 8th, 2016

Vermont Academy unsigned senior point guard Nick Brooks announced his commitment to West Virginia Wesleyan at VA Alumni Classic on Sunday. West Virginia Wesleyan is an NCAA Division II school that competes in the Mountain East Conference. He also took to his twitter account to announce his decision in a special Mother's Day tweet. Happy Mothers day momma. Proud to announce that ill be a Bobcat in the fall at West Virginia Weselyan! �� pic.twitter.com/oPFoXmjQUX — Nick Brooks (@NickkBrookss) May… READ MORE >

April’s Biggest Stock Risers

Posted Sunday, May 8th, 2016

It was just two weeks ago that the April evaluation period was winding down and now that we've had some time to reflect, we're ready to reveal our top ten stock-risers in New England. Remember though, stock-risers are different than top performers as the latter refers to players who have taken their stock, ie their recruitment, to previously unprecedented levels. Another disclaimer - with all the players in New England who were turning heads of college coaches last month, we… READ MORE >

Brimmer’s Fontaine is D1 Bound

Isaiah Fontaine 2016

Posted Friday, May 6th, 2016

Brimmer and May School's unsigned senior big man Isaiah Fontaine accepted a full athletic scholarship offer from Southern University on Friday. Southern University is a division I school overlooking the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  Fontaine took to his twitter account to announce his decision Friday night: Glad to announce I've committed to Southern University Class of 2020.����#GoJags pic.twitter.com/gNymxln9H1 — Humble Fontaine™ (@isaiah_fontaine) May 6, 2016 A long and athletic big man with a high ceiling, Fontaine first arrived… READ MORE >

Final 2016 Rankings Announced

Final 2016 Rankings Announced

Posted Friday, May 6th, 2016

The class of 2016 is all but in the books and as such various national media outlets have released their final rankings in recent weeks. The final ESPN 100 of the class included Wilbraham and Monson and Mass Rivals forward Wenyen Gabriel at 14, St. Thomas More and PSA Cardinals big man Omari Spellman at 18, Sacred Heart and New York Rens guard Mustapha Heron at 25, Vermont Academy and BABC guard Bruce Brown at 26, South Kent and Indiana… READ MORE >

Commitment Catch-Up

Commitment Catch-Up

Posted Thursday, May 5th, 2016

    It has been a busy week for the class of 2016 as names seem to be flying off the best available list with each passing day. Here's a look at some of the other recent commitments in the class that have yet to come across the ticker: Alpha Diallo wasn't the only Brewster Academy product to finalize his plans last week. Jake Rudolph and Sam Kiley are also now off the board. Rudolph, a skilled guard who can… READ MORE >

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