Prep Transfer List

Prep Transfer List

Posted Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

The final edition of the prep transfer list now includes over 350 names who are on the move in the prep ranks. Any additions or edits should be sent directly to Zack Sandberg or Luc Smith. Also, stay tuned to NERR tomorrow, as Zack and Luc publish their list of the top 20 transfers into New England's borders. That will be followed by our annual prep profiles series as we continue to travel throughout the region, profiling the best programs… READ MORE >

NCAA Recruiting Period Opens

NCAA Recruiting Period Opens

Posted Sunday, September 10th, 2017

The NCAA's fall recruiting period opened this weekend, which means the beginning of open gym season in New England and throughout the rest of the country. The fall recruiting period is very different from the recent July live period because division I college coaches are only allowed to watch recruitable student athletes compete at the school they currently attend and only against other recruitable student athletes from that school. In layman's terms, that means D1 coaches can't attend any type… READ MORE >

2020 & 2021 Rankings Will Debut After #E75 Frosh/Soph

2020 & 2021 Rankings Will Debut After #E75 Frosh/Soph

Posted Sunday, September 10th, 2017

With updated rankings now complete in both the classes of 2018 and 2019, we now shift our focus to the classes of 2020 and 2021. Updated rankings won't debut in those classes right away though as all spots are still up for grabs heading into next Saturday's Elite 75 Frosh/Soph. What exactly is on the line? Well, up until this point we've only thus far released a top 25 list in the class of 2020. As sophomores, we're now ready… READ MORE >

New England 2019 Rankings Announced

Akok Akok 2019

Posted Friday, September 8th, 2017

For the last week we've been rolling out updated 2019 rankings one state at a time, and now it's time to consolidate them all together in New England's junior class. Rankings are always debatable and the younger you guy the less certainty there is. There are, however, some clear trends that have arisen with this class. Four in contention for the top spot - There are four prospects that currently have a legitimate argument for the number one ranking. That… READ MORE >

Massoud Leads Mass 2019

Ismael Massoud 2019

Posted Thursday, September 7th, 2017

If Connecticut's junior class is deep, Massachusetts' is deeper. In fact, we ranked 20 players in the Bay State's 2019 class and even at that there were plenty of others who deserved consideration. What is currently unanimous among the NERR staff is that MacDuffie School and PSA Cardinals product Ismael Massoud is the top ranked player in the state. With tremendous perimeter size, good length, and one of the most polished skill sets in New England, this guy has real… READ MORE >

Akok & Delaire Shine in CT 2019 Class

Jaiden Delaire 2018

Posted Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

Up until this point, updated state rankings have included just five prospects in each state as we started north in Maine and gradually worked our way south through New Hampshire, Vermont, and Rhode Island. The junior class has considerably more depth in Connecticut and Massachusetts though, not to mention plenty of potential star power. As a reminder, post-summer 2019 rankings do not include incoming prep products (i.e. players that weren't in New England last year) and are based on assessing… READ MORE >

Zegarowski Makes His Pick

Marcus Zegarowski 2018

Posted Monday, September 4th, 2017

Tilton School and Expressions Elite guard Marcus Zegarowski announced his verbal comitment to Creighton on Monday night. His decision comes just days after wrapping up what turned out to be his first and only official visit to Creighton's campus, He had previously trimmed his list to just four schools - with Ohio State, Minnesota, and Washington being among the other finalists - after having earned a variety of other high-major offers this spring and summer. #committed ���� — marcus… READ MORE >

Albany Gets a Steal in South Kent’s De Sousa

Malachi de Sousa 2018

Posted Sunday, September 3rd, 2017

  Albany stole one from the New England prep ranks on Sunday night when South Kent School and Castle Atheltics forward Malachi de Sousa announced his commitment to the America East School. De Sousa took to his twitter account to confirm the news. UAlbany '22 �� — Malachi de Sousa (@de_malachi) September 4, 2017 The 6-foot-6 forward arrived at South Kent last year as a reclassified junior and quickly emerged into a key player for the Cardinals. A versatile… READ MORE >

Farris Sits Atop Vermont’s 2019 Class

Kam Farris 2020

Posted Saturday, September 2nd, 2017

When we published our Vermont rankings in the class of 2018 last week, the major theme of the class was that we wanted to see more. We wanted to see more of the state's talent emerge, both locally and beyond, as it has become increasingly difficult to identify the same amount of college prospects within the state's borders. That isn't to say they don't exist. In fact, we are willing to bet that they do, but they have simply yet… READ MORE >

Goodine Sits Atop Rhode Island’s 2019 Class

Brycen Goodine 2019

Posted Friday, September 1st, 2017

As we continue to update our 2019 rankings it should come as no surprise that St. Andrew's guard Brycen Goodine is the top ranked player in the state of Rhode Island. Earlier this week we reported Goodine's offer from Syracuse following last week's elite camp, while also noting how this could be the offer that opens the flood gates for an up and coming guard who still remains somewhat under the national radar for some unknown reasons. In the New… READ MORE >

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