2022 & 2023 Rankings to Debut Following #E75 Frosh/Soph

2022 & 2023 Rankings to Debut Following #E75 Frosh/Soph

Posted Saturday, August 24th, 2019

With updated rankings complete in both the classes of 2020 and 2021, we now shift our focus to the classes of 2022 and 2023. Updated rankings won't debut in those classes right away though as all spots are still up for grabs until after the Elite 75 Frosh/Soph.  What exactly is on the line? Up until this point we've only thus far released 25 names to know in the class of 2022. As sophomores, we're now ready to publish true… READ MORE >

Clarke, Etienne, Joseph headline New England 2021 Rankings

Clarke, Etienne, Joseph headline New England 2021 Rankings

Posted Friday, August 23rd, 2019

Updated 2021 New England rankings reflect significant movement among the top prospects in the class of 2021. Where things haven’t moved at all though is in the number one spot, a distinction that Terrence Clarke has now held since 2021 rankings first debuted. The 6-foot-7 wing was playing the best basketball of his career this spring, showing the full versatility of his repertoire along with the understanding of how to play in the flow and make those around him better.… READ MORE >

ESPN releases updated national rankings 8-19

ESPN releases updated national rankings 8-19

Posted Wednesday, August 21st, 2019

ESPN announced updated rankings with a new ESPN 100 for the class of 2020, ESPN 60 for the class of 2021, and ESPN 25 for the class of 2022. As usual, New England was well-represented.  Hassan Diarra, who last week took over as the top ranked prospect in New England, is again the first local product on the list as the Putnam Science Academy and PSA Cardinals guard is currently ranked 54th nationally. BABC forward Matt Cross makes his first… READ MORE >

2021 State Rankings Announced

2021 State Rankings Announced

Posted Wednesday, August 21st, 2019

After updating 2020 rankings last week, today it's time to continue our post-summer updates with a look at the class of 2021.  We begin by going through each of the region's six states before updating New England's rising junior class as a whole later in the week.  This is a group that is just starting to emerge and while a handful of prospects are already making a name for themselves with college coaches (check the YurView feature on ascending names… READ MORE >

Max Good Inducted into Maine HOF

Max Good Inducted into Maine HOF

Posted Tuesday, August 20th, 2019

Most players competing in the prep ranks today might not know the name Max Good, but they nonetheless owe him a debt of gratitude.  While Jere Quinn and Whit Lesure are rightfully often credited with being the godfathers of prep school basketball, so too was Good.  Before Brewster Academy or Bridgton Academy were perennial prep powerhouses, Maine Central Institute held that distinction.  Good led the MCI program from 1989-99 and won five New England championships in that ten years span,… READ MORE >

St. Mike’s Lands Gorham in 2019

St. Mike’s Lands Gorham in 2019

Posted Monday, August 19th, 2019

Little more than two weeks after being named the new head coach at St. Michael’s College in Vermont, Eric Eaton has landed his first recruit and it’s a potentially big one as MacDuffie School forward Jalen Gorham has opted to return to his original graduating class of 2019. Gorham has tremendous raw talent. He’s an elastic athlete with extremely long arms (7-foot wingspan), huge hands, good touch, and a frame that he is just starting to grow into. In short,… READ MORE >

#E75 Frosh/Soph Flashback to ‘08

#E75 Frosh/Soph Flashback to ‘08

Posted Sunday, August 18th, 2019

It was September of 2008, the New England Recruiting Report was little more than two years old but already the Elite 75 Showcase had become the region's premier individual event. Andre Drummond and Alex Murphy were the two most high profile underclassmen in New England, and both had recently starred at the 3rd annual Elite 75 as two of the only underclassmen to earn invitations. Now though there was an unprecedented demand from other young players looking for a similar… READ MORE >

Stone Commits to William & Mary in ‘19

Thatcher Stone 2019

Posted Friday, August 16th, 2019

For the second time in the last week, the New England region has seen a previously reclassified prospect return to his original graduating class and make an immediate commitment.  Dexter Southfield and WrightWay Skills forward Thatcher Stone announced his commitment to William & Mary on Friday night.  He took to his twitter account to publicize his decision.  100% Committed!!�������� @AdamFinkelstein @WMTribeMBB @astone18 pic.twitter.com/4LXVl1fpD6 — Thatcher Stone (@stone_thatcher) August 16, 2019 Stone is a late-blooming forward who just turned 18 years… READ MORE >

New England 2020 Rankings Feature Major Changes

Hassan Diarra 2020

Posted Thursday, August 15th, 2019

After updating rankings in all six states earlier this week, today it is time to unveil New England rankings in the rising senior class of 2020.  There has been lots of movement in recent months with plenty more expected with the start of the school season right around the corner.  Putnam Science and PSA Cardinals guard Hassan Diarra currently holds top billing as the number one ranked prospect in the country but incoming Brewster Academy and BABC forward Matt Cross is… READ MORE >

Updated 2020 State Rankings Announced

Updated 2020 State Rankings Announced

Posted Thursday, August 15th, 2019

It has been a long time coming, but with the grassroots season now over, we are ready to update rankings in all six New England states.  Lots has certainly changed in recent months as various players have emerged (click here to read the YurView New England feature on 2020 stock-risers), some of left the region, and others have moved to new destinations within New England.  This will be just the tip of the iceberg as well with the region's various… READ MORE >

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