E75 Frosh/Soph Edition less than a month away

E75 Frosh/Soph Edition less than a month away

Posted Sunday, August 19th, 2018

The 11th annual Elite 75 Showcase - Frosh/Soph Edition is returning to New England in less than a month on Saturday night, September 15th at the University Sports Complex in Hanover, Massachusetts. For the last decade, the Frosh/Soph showcase has highlighted the very best young players in the region and provided a stage for them to begin making a name for themselves. The list of alums is long and distinguished with the likes of Andre Drummond, Andrew Chrabascz, Zach Auguste,… READ MORE >

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Follow NERR on Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube

Posted Saturday, August 18th, 2018

It was twelve years ago that the New England Recruiting Report made its debut, in August of 2016. At that time, we brought coverage of New England basketball to unprecedented levels through daily articles and web content which included prospect and program profiles as well as rankings. While we've stayed true to that mission in the twelve years since, the way people consume their media content has undoubtedly evolved and consequently so has the way we provide our coverage. It… READ MORE >

Carpenter, Kolek, & Torrence Lead Respective States

Carpenter, Kolek, & Torrence Lead Respective States

Posted Friday, August 17th, 2018

While some of New England's smaller states don't have the same amount of 2020 depth as Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, there's diamonds in the rough to be found inside each border. In Vermont, Symir Torrence is coming off a big summer with the City Rocks. They were one of the best teams in the EYBL, advancing to the quarterfinals before falling to the eventual champions Team Takeover, and Torrence was one of their most consistent players on both ends… READ MORE >

Depth Marks Mass Class of 2020

Depth Marks Mass Class of 2020

Posted Wednesday, August 15th, 2018

The rising junior class in Massachusetts might not have the same star power as Connecticut or Massachusetts, but where it sets itself apart is with its superior depth. In total, we've ranked the top 15 prospects in the state's 2020 class while there are others who could ping the division I radar before it's all said and done. MacDuffie forward Richard Springs is the top ranked prospect in the class. While he hasn't yet developed into a volume scorer, he… READ MORE >

NHS Frontcourt Headlines New Hampshire’s 2020 Class

NHS Frontcourt Headlines New Hampshire’s 2020 Class

Posted Tuesday, August 14th, 2018

Our updated 2020 rankings move to the state of New Hampshire today where the class is led by a frontcourt trio at the New Hampton School. Dyondre Dominguez was already among the state's best rising juniors but he now has company with Bas Leyte's decision to reclassify back to 2020 earlier this summer and recent news of Trey Hall's transfer to New Hampton. Together, that trio not only embodies three of the top prospects in the region but also a… READ MORE >

Updated 2020 Rankings Begin in CT

Updated 2020 Rankings Begin in CT

Posted Sunday, August 12th, 2018

Post-July rankings continue this week with the class of 2020 where the Nutmeg State is up first. The rising junior class is a particularly deep and talented one in Connecticut and headlined by a prospect who is now back at Sacred Heart High School after initially transferring to Our Savior New American School in New York as a freshman. Tabor will likely be the most talented player in the CIAC from day one as he's a budding big guard who… READ MORE >

Hazelton Camp - Event Recap

Hazelton Camp - Event Recap

Posted Friday, August 10th, 2018

For the better part of the last decade the Scott Hazelton Basketball Camp has been one of our few annual August stops. The camp never always attracts top prospects from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and especially the Merrimack Valley area and this year was no different. One of the camps' best features is the return of alums to compete with current high school players and this year’s crop included the likes of Zach Auguste (Greece - Pro), Azar Swain (Yale), David… READ MORE >

Ansong Earns Late Full Ride

Ansong Earns Late Full Ride

Posted Thursday, August 9th, 2018

Canterbury School post-graduate wing Emmanuel Ansong made a late commitment to division II Wheeling Jesuit University in West Virginia on Thursday. Ansong graduated from Bordentown High School in New Jersey as part of the class of 2018 before arriving in New England. He was a quick star for Canterbury first year head coach Brian Baudinet and was named All-New England in Class B of the NEPSAC following the season. An absolutely explosive athlete, Ansong plays above the rim like few… READ MORE >

Delaire to Stanford in 2018

Jaiden Delaire 2018

Posted Thursday, August 9th, 2018

One of the best prospects in New England is leaving the region a year earlier than planned. Loomis Chaffee and NE6 forward Jaiden Delaire announced his commitment to Stanford and will enroll immediately this fall as a member of the class of 2018. Incredibly, he becomes the fourth New England prep product to commit to the Cardinals in their incoming freshman class as he joins Milton Academy's Cormac Ryan, New Hampton School's Keenan Fitzmorris, and Brewster Academy's Lukas Kisunas. Despite… READ MORE >

SCSU Scores Late with Warren

SCSU Scores Late with Warren

Posted Tuesday, August 7th, 2018

Hillhouse graduate Mekhi Warren announced a late commitment to Southern Connecticut State University on Tuesday. The commitment not only gives Owls' head coach Scott Burrell a quality 11th hour addition but it also keeps Warren in his hometown for the next four years. The Academics' forward took to his twitter account to announce the news. Scsu’22✍�� pic.twitter.com/4NhT3GYMZW — Khi Ⓜ️ac Big n Blac (@_mkw22_) August 7, 2018 Warren won a state championship as a junior and put up 14 points… READ MORE >

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