Rutland’s Evans D2 Bound

Rutland’s Evans D2 Bound

Posted Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Rutland High School's Jamison Evans will have a much warmer winter next year.  The senior guard announecd his commitment to Lynn University earlier this week. Lynn is a division II school in Boca Raton, Florida that competes in the Sunshine State Conference. They have a proud basketball tradition and are currently ranked within the top 15 D2 programs in the country.  Evans has had a storied high school career at Rutland where he has been a part of back-to-back Vermont state… READ MORE >

New England 2020 Rankings Announced

New England 2020 Rankings Announced

Posted Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

After breaking down the top prospects, recent risers, and new names to know in all six states, it's now time to put them all together and update New England's 2020 rankings.  This junior class had a reputation of not being quite as talented near the top as some of its predecessors, but as is almost always the case, new players are continuing to emerge with each passing week and collectively this is now a class that is shaping up to… READ MORE >

Wilcox Earns Scholarship

Wilcox Earns Scholarship

Posted Sunday, February 17th, 2019

Rocky Hill School and Rhode Island Elite senior Tedrick Wilcox announced his commitment to Dominican College on Sunday.  Dominican is a division II school in Orangeville, New York which competes in Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference.  Wilcox took to his twitter account to announce his decision.  100% COMMITTED #DCTape ⚫️�� @ChargersofDC @RIElite_ pic.twitter.com/ddhokaNirC — Tedrick Wilcox Jr. (@TDAWilcox_3) February 17, 2019 He also tweeted, “I didn’t think a feeling could surpass telling my mother i received a scholarship until the feeling… READ MORE >

2020 Mid-Season Recap Summary

2020 Mid-Season Recap Summary

Posted Saturday, February 16th, 2019

Over the course of the last week we've gone through all six New England states, not just to update rankings and identify top prospects but also to recognize recent stock-risers (prospects who have taken their game and subsequent recruitment to new levels this season), new names to know (most likely because they are in their first season in New England), and top local prospects (versus those who may be playing at a boarding school in the state).  On Monday, we'll… READ MORE >

Mid-Season Report: Rhode Island & Vermont 2020

Mid-Season Report: Rhode Island & Vermont 2020

Posted Friday, February 15th, 2019

Today we'll wrap-up our mid-season reports in the class of 2020 with a look at Rhode Island and Vermont, two states which are similar in terms of both the amount of talent in their state association as well as having one historically dominant prep school.  Vermont Academy has produced more division I players in the last decade than the rest of the state combined. More accurately, they've produced many times more division I players than the rest of the state… READ MORE >

Mid-Season Report: Maine Class of 2020

Mid-Season Report: Maine Class of 2020

Posted Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

With mid-season reports now completed for the 2020 class in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire, we'll turn our attention north to the state of Maine.  After consecutive strong classes in the local ranks, the local junior class has yet to reveal the same depth or talent, at least beyond the borders of their home state.  That has opened the door for a list of prep school products to dominate the list with Hyde, Lee Academy, and Bridgton Academy all featuring… READ MORE >

Mid-Season Report: New Hampshire Class of 2020

Mid-Season Report: New Hampshire Class of 2020

Posted Tuesday, February 12th, 2019

With mid-season updates now completes in the junior classes of both Connecticut and Massachusetts, it's time to extend our lens into New Hampshire.  The basketball landscape in the Granite State has always been one dominated by prep schools and while that hasn't changed in recent years, what has changed is the time when those prep prospects arrive.  It used to be that the major influx came with post-graduates. With NCAA eligibility standards changing over the years though, more and more… READ MORE >

Mid-Season Report: Massachusetts Class of 2020

Mid-Season Report: Massachusetts Class of 2020

Posted Monday, February 11th, 2019

After breaking down the junior class in Connecticut a week ago, it's now time to turn our focus to the state of Massachusetts.  The Bay State has similar depth to the Nutmeg State as we have ranked 20 prospects in both classes while there are inevitably others who will compete for scholarships in the upcoming year-and-a-half.  Worcester Academy leads the way with four of the top 20 ranked juniors in Massachusetts while MacDuffie has three. After that though, there isn't another… READ MORE >

Local Big Men Make D3 Pledges

Local Big Men Make D3 Pledges

Posted Friday, February 8th, 2019

Matthew Niemczura isn't the only local product to commit to a division III school in recent days as two other Elite 75 alums have also come off the board.  Balser Staying Home Mt. Ararat (ME) big man Jared Balser will be staying close to home to star for Husson University for the next four years.  Balser has game changing size at 6-foot-9 with a rock solid 230 pound build. He's powerful and virtually immovable inside the paint.  At the time… READ MORE >

MacDuffie’s Niemczura Makes Decision

MacDuffie’s Niemczura Makes Decision

Posted Thursday, February 7th, 2019

MacDuffie School senior Matt Niemczura announced his commitment to the University of Rochester on Thursday.  Niemczura came to MacDuffie after a storied three year career at nearby Palmer High School in which he scored 1,000 points, led his team to both a sectional championship and state finals appearance, and was subsequently named MVP of the Western Mass Tournament.  He continued to take his game to new levels in the last 16 months, landing recruitment from various scholarship level schools in the… READ MORE >

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