Guards Headline New Hampshire’s 2019 Class

Guards Headline New Hampshire’s 2019 Class

Posted Friday, March 23rd, 2018

2019 state rankings debut in New Hampshire where the junior class got their typical influx of new talent this season. Quite a bit of that is in the backcourt where Brewster's Sherif Kenney, New Hampton's Mika Adams-Woods, and Brewster's Joel Brown occupy three of the top four spots. Kennedy debuts in the top spot as his size and playmaking in the backcourt are unmatched but he'll need to become more consistent and reliable if he hopes to hold off Adams-Woods… READ MORE >

Mann Earns Scholarship

Mann Earns Scholarship

Posted Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Lawrence Academy senior forward Martin Mann announced a verbal commitment to Pace University on Tuesday night. Pace is a division II school in New York that competes in the Northeast 10 Conference along with a variety of other New England based schools. Mann took to his twitter account to announe his decision. pic.twitter.com/YnLyY4LkYn — Martin Mann (@martinmann14) March 21, 2018 Mann saw a revitalization of sorts this summer as he joined the D.C. Blue Devils and helped them to the… READ MORE >

Kerby D1 Bound

Kerby D1 Bound

Posted Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Brooks School and Mass Rivals senior forward Keigan Kerby announced his commitiment to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on Tuesday. His decision comes after taking an official visit to Chattanooga's campus this past weekend. Words can’t describe how blessed I am to be in this position… Thanks to everyone that made it possible, and everyone that said it was impossible… ���� #GoMocs pic.twitter.com/q7nogD8Chr — Special K (@keigankerby) March 20, 2018 Kerby's ability to reach the division I level is… READ MORE >

Yags’ Point Forward - 2019 Big Board

Yags’ Point Forward - 2019 Big Board

Posted Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

As we did with the release of our recent 2018 rankings, we'll publish two unique perspectives in 2019 to illustrate a point that we've always prefaced updated rankings with, they're always subjective. Up first is Mike Yagmin's big board below, which will be followed by NERR rankings later this week: Now that the New England State Associations have decided their champs, the entire region is heading into the grassroots season. It’s a good time to apply what we saw throughout… READ MORE >

Moss to Maine is Official

Moss to Maine is Official

Posted Sunday, March 18th, 2018

Late last week new Maine head coach Richard Barron extended a full four-year scholarship offer to the state's best local product Terion Moss. Days later, Moss accepted. Moss, who ran with Blue Wave throughout his grassroots career, has led Portland High School to a pair of state championships over the course of his four year career, claimed back-to-back Gatorade Player of the Year honors, and was recently named Maine's Mr. Basketball. He announced his decision to attend Maine while accepting… READ MORE >

#E75 Academic - Top Underclassmen

#E75 Academic - Top Underclassmen

Posted Saturday, March 17th, 2018

Our final look back at Sunday’s Elite 75 Academic Experience will examine the underclassmen that moved the needle in front of college coaches from numerous academic schools. 2020 Forwards Ryan Michaels (Berkshire) – This 6-foot-6 forward made a big impression. The New York native has a polished and versatile offensive game to match his size. He was skilled, able to score with various maneuvers, and had use of both hands around the rim. Justin Fitzpatrick (Burlington) – Best described as… READ MORE >

BABC Select Tour Tips

BABC Select Tour Tips

Posted Friday, March 16th, 2018

The 2018 BABC Select Tour started at Quincy High School on Thursday night, and will continue through the BABC/BST Storm North Select Games on Sunday at St. John's Prep. The full remaining schedule and rosters is as follows: Friday March 16: South End Community Center, Springfield MA 6PM: BABC FR/SO v. West FR/SO/JR 730PM: BABC SO/JR v. West SR Saturday March 17: Worcester Academy, Worcester MA 12PM: BABC FR/SO v. Central FR/SO/JR 130PM: BABC SO/JR v. Central JR/SR Sunday March… READ MORE >

#E75 Academic – Top 2019 Perimeter Prospects

#E75 Academic – Top 2019 Perimeter Prospects

Posted Friday, March 16th, 2018

There was a deep collection of talented perimeter players in the class of 2019 at Sunday’s Elite 75 Academic Experience. Here’s a rundown of prospects that were identified by the staff of college coaches as having the potential to play at the next level: Tedrick Wilcox (Rocky Hill) – One of the most impressive players of the day, Wilcox turned heads on Sunday with his combination of perimeter size, athleticism, and shot-making. He consistently knocked down three-pointers, including some from… READ MORE >

#E75 Academic - Top Unsigned Seniors

Ryan ONeil 2018

Posted Thursday, March 15th, 2018

After dealing with a back injury that kept him out of the spring and summer AAU circuit as a junior, Ryan ONeil, a product of The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Connecticut, has bounced back and gained momentum coming into the Elite 75 Academic Showcase at the MPlex in Mansfield, Massachusetts on Sunday. O’Neil credits his strong work ethic and attention to detail for his strong return off the injury. “After the injury, I really tried to just recover as fast… READ MORE >

#E75 Academic - Top 2019 Frontcourt Prospects

#E75 Academic - Top 2019 Frontcourt Prospects

Posted Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

Our first look back at Sunday’s Elite 75 Academic Experience will begin in the class of 2019 where a few players, and one in particular, backed up their reputations while a group of others announced their arrival. The best of the best was Brimmer & May’s Jordan Minor, who was still under the radar at this time last year.  Since then though he’s improved by leaps and bounds, landed his first two D1 offers, and maybe even grown an inch… READ MORE >

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