New England 2019 Rankings Announced

New England 2019 Rankings Announced

Posted Thursday, November 10th, 2016

With the Elite 75 Frosh/Soph Showcase and the Zero Gravity Fall Circuit both now in the rearview mirror, it is time to announce updated New England rankings in the class of 2019. Over the course of the last two days we’ve previewed the release of the sophomore class rankings with a pair of roundtable discussions with the NERR staff, first examining which player has made the biggest jump in the last six months and then who is poised to break-out… READ MORE >

NERR Roundtable: Which 2019 Player is Poised to Make a Jump this Season?

NERR Roundtable: Which 2019 Player is Poised to Make a Jump this Season?

Posted Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

In the second part of our NERR roundtable series we asked Mike Yagmin, Luc Smith, Zack Sandberg and Adam Finkelstein which player in New England’s 2019 class was poised to make a jump up in the rankings over the course of the coming season. MY: I think Charles Coleman will eventually become a consensus top-3 player in New England before his prep career is over. I also think Kyle Layman is going to break out during the high school season… READ MORE >

NERR Roundtable: Which 2019 Player Has Come on the Strongest

NERR Roundtable: Which 2019 Player Has Come on the Strongest

Posted Tuesday, November 8th, 2016

Our updated 2019 rankings are right around the corner as the NERR staff has been debating for the better part of the last ten days. In preparation for that release, we asked Mike Yagmin, Luc Smith, Zack Sandberg and Adam Finkelstein a series of roundtable questions designed to provide readers with an inside-out at some of the subjects we consider as we update rankings. The first question - which 2019 player has come on the strongest in the last 6… READ MORE >

Prep Profile - Lee Academy

Shaquille Walters 2017

Posted Monday, November 7th, 2016

Lee Academy is both New England’s northern most prep school powerhouse as well as the unofficial international team of the region as they’re annually comprised of young and talented players from all across the world. This year is no different as the Pandas collectively speak more than six languages and have at least as many scholarship level candidates. The first is already off the board following Shaquille Walters’ commitment to Santa Clara on Thursday. The 6-foot-5 guard from England is… READ MORE >

Loomis’ Gardner D1 Bound

Posted Sunday, November 6th, 2016

Loomis Chaffee School post-graduate Reggie Gardner made a verbal commitment to North Carolina Central University on Friday. Located in Durham (NC), UNC Central is a division I school competing in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC). Gardner graduated from DeMatha Catholic last year, the storied high school program in Maryland, where he was known primarily as a three-point shooter and strong contributor off the bench. During that time he played alongside Markelle Fultz, the current Washington freshman expected to be a… READ MORE >

Donahue Makes Pick

Matt Donahue 2017

Posted Saturday, November 5th, 2016

Northfield Mount Hermon School and Middlesex Magic senior Matt Donahue has ended his recruitment and plans to attend Quinnipiac University and join the basketball team as a recruited walk-on. Donahue was widely recruited by both division III and division II schools in recent months, and even visited Philadelphia University this fall, but nonetheless opted to pursue his dream at the division I level. "Matt is an unbelievable shooter, an incredible competitor and understands the challenge that is ahead of him,"… READ MORE >

Lee Academy’s Walters Heading to Santa Clara

Shaquille Walters 2017

Posted Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

Every year, there are steals to be found in northern New England for those who are willing to make the trip to Lee Academy. On Thursday, Santa Clara became the latest example as they scored a commitment from Shaquille Walters, a 6-foot-5 guard from London, England. Walters had visited Arizona State and Santa Clara in recent weeks but was also being courted by the likes of Pittsburgh, Dayton, USC and Ole Miss among others. Arguably the best available guard in… READ MORE >

Romich is D1 Bound

Corey Romich 2017

Posted Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Corey Romich became the second Vermont Academy and BABC product to commit to a division I school within the last 24 hours when he made a verbal commitment to Jacksonville University on Wednesday evening. He took to his twitter account to announce his decision. Jacksonville University 21' ������ — Corey Romich (@Cromich24) November 2, 2016 "Corey is the captain of our program because he's an 'everyday guy'" Vermont Academy head coach Alex Popp said, "and that means he is… READ MORE >

Vermont Scores with Patella

Bailey Patella 2017

Posted Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Vermont Academy and BABC senior Bailey Patella made a verbal commitment to Vermont on Tuesday night, announcing his decision via his twitter account. His commitment came roughly 48 hours after his official visit to Vermont's campus concluded over the weekend. — Bailey Patella (@BaileyPatella21) November 1, 2016 A Western Mass native who flew under the radar for most of his high school career, Patella is a late bloomer who has continued to make major strides in his game. He… READ MORE >

New Hampton’s Miller Ivy Bound

Posted Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

New Hampton School big man Walker Miller made a verbal commitment to Dartmouth College, pending acceptance of his early decision application, on Tuesday. The 6-foot-10 North Carolina native wasn't considered a sure-fire division I player when he arrived at NHS last fall as a reclassified junior but he made huge strides over the course of his junior season and saw his recruitment accelerate as a result. He ran with the Albany City Rocks on the 2016 Nike EYBL circuit and… READ MORE >

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