Cushing’s Ndur Ivy Bound

Cushing’s Ndur Ivy Bound

Posted Thursday, October 3rd, 2019

Cushing Academy big man Malachi Ndur announced his verbal commitment to Brown on Wednesday.  The 6-foot-8 big man is in his second season in the New England prep ranks after arriving from Canada last year.  He helped Cushing return to the NEPSAC finals last year and should be poised to be among the leaders of a team again expected to be among the favorites in Class AA of the NEPSAC this year.  He had landed offers as high as the… READ MORE >

Cheshire’s Beyah is MAAC Bound

Cheshire’s Beyah is MAAC Bound

Posted Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019

Cheshire Academy and New York Jayhawks senior Asa Beyah announced his verbal commitment to Canisius on Tuesday.  The decision will bring Beyah back closer to his home in Utica, New York after spending two years in the New England prep school ranks.  Both he and Cheshire Academy announced the commitment via social media.  110 % COMMITTED‼️ pic.twitter.com/eXYwMjEB05 — Asa Beyah (@asabeyah12) October 1, 2019 "I'm really happy for Asa," said Cheshire Academy head coach Jim McCarthy. "Canisius is getting a… READ MORE >

Morales Picks Boston University

Anthony Morales 2020

Posted Tuesday, October 1st, 2019

Beaver Country Day's Anthony Morales made a verbal commitment to Boston University on Sunday night.  The six-foot-seven senior had a break-out spring and summer under head coach Doug  Alves, demonstrating his unique combination of size and skill and resulting in multiple division I offers and culminating with a championship for the New England Rivals at the Hoop Group Summer Championships.  "I chose BU because I loved how enthusiastic Coach Jones was about me," Morales told NERR. "I also chose BU… READ MORE >

ZG Fall Brawl - Event Recap

ZG Fall Brawl - Event Recap

Posted Monday, September 30th, 2019

The Zero Gravity Path to the Belt kicked off this weekend across the South Shore and Metro West with the Fall Brawl, which saw over 100 teams competing across the three high school boys divisions. The Boston Bobcats took the first varsity championship by first defeating the Cobras 74-62 in the semis and then knocking off Take Charge 69-56 behind a strong performance from Njavan Stewart, who was named the Player of the Game. The 6-foot-4 senior from Newton South… READ MORE >

So who were the Elite 75?

Kyle Hicks 2022

Posted Sunday, September 29th, 2019

The Elite 75 Frosh/Soph showcased the best young prospects from New England and beyond with over 300 players making their way to either Saturday’s North Session or Sunday’s South session.  By the time it was all said and done we had seen an incredible amount of young talent come through the doors. The process of recapping all of that talent took the better part of two weeks including five different stories.  Who were the true elite 75 though? That is… READ MORE >

Introducing NERR’s Open Gym Series

Introducing NERR’s Open Gym Series

Posted Saturday, September 28th, 2019

Opportunities for prospective student athletes to get real exposure to college coaches has never been more unevenly distributed than they are in 2019.  The number of days division I college coaches were permitted to watch grassroots events in the spring and summer shrunk from 21 to just 7. None of New England's six associations opted to participate in the NCAA's new June scholastic events, and less than 100 players from New England were selected to attend the NCAA Academies.  With so… READ MORE >

ZG Fall Brawl Preview

ZG Fall Brawl Preview

Posted Friday, September 27th, 2019

After an appetizer of one-day tune-ups last weekend, one of the largest travel basketball organizations in the country kicks off their fall circuit in full force this coming weekend. Zero Gravity will invade the South Shore and Metro West for their annual Fall Brawl, the opening leg in the Path to the Belt. With 16 different divisions for boys and girls including and over 100 high school aged boys teams alone this is shaping up to be an exciting start to… READ MORE >

E75 Frosh/Soph - Best of the 2023 Guards

E75 Frosh/Soph - Best of the 2023 Guards

Posted Thursday, September 26th, 2019

Last weekend’s Elite 75 Frosh/Soph showcased the best young prospects from New England and beyond with over 300 players making their way to either Saturday’s North Session or Sunday’s South session.  By the time it was all said and done we had seen an incredible amount of young talent come through the doors. The process of recapping all of that talent began last week as the new regional format allowed us to better evaluate, and ultimately recognize, a wider crop… READ MORE >

LIU Lands Cook

LIU Lands Cook

Posted Tuesday, September 24th, 2019

Vermont Academy and City Rocks Forward Jake Cook made a verbal commitment to Derek Kellogg and LIU-Brooklyn on Tuesday afternoon.  Cook and Vermont Academy announced the decision via twitter.  Congratulations to our guy @JakeCook23 ‘20 ‼️‼️‼️ pic.twitter.com/i6kCwzx3Hq — Vermont Academy Men’s Basketball (@VTAcademyHoops) September 24, 2019 Cook has played his entire AAU career with the City Rocks and been a mainstay of their program for the last nine years.  "He has steadily improved over each of those years and is… READ MORE >

Summer Recap - ASA Hoops

Summer Recap - ASA Hoops

Posted Tuesday, September 24th, 2019

A Step Ahead (ASA) Basketball was established and founded by Brendan Smith in 1997 as summer camp for the City of Newton (MA).  The camps have grown throughout the years as they have partnered with the likes of US Sports Camps (a Nike sponsored affiliate), former Celtic Walter McCarty, and its most recent collaboration with Phenom America. ASA now boasts over 55 summer camps throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire and has also developed one of the biggest AAU programs in the… READ MORE >

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