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PSA’s Perez Makes Pick

PSA’s Perez Makes Pick

Posted Monday, February 19th, 2018

Putnam Science Academy and PSA Cardinals' product Jose Perez announced his commitment to Gardner-Webb on Monday. Perez took to his twitter account to make his announcement and thank his family and coaches who had helped him reach his goal. #Committed pic.twitter.com/WHt4g9rJ1t — Jose Perez (@showout_zayy15) February 19, 2018 Perez arrived at Putnam Science around this time last year after transferring from Wings Academy in the Bronx but didn't suit up until the beginning of the 2017-2018 season. While he has… READ MORE >

New England Top 100 Announced

New England Top 100 Announced

Posted Monday, February 19th, 2018

After updating rankings in all six New England states last week, today comes the reveal of our New England top 100 in the class of 2018. The list mirrors ESPN's national rankings in the first nine spots with Simisola Shittu, Cole Swider, David Duke, A.J. Reeves, Nate Laszewski, Cormac Ryan, Isaiah Mucius, Miles Norris, and Marcus Zegarowski. Derek Culver rounds out the top ten and remains a strong candidate to crack the top 100 national lists before the season's end.… READ MORE >

Who Should Attend the Junior #E75 & #75 Academic Experience?

Who Should Attend the Junior #E75 & #75 Academic Experience?

Posted Sunday, February 18th, 2018

We're now just three weeks away from both the Junior Elite 75 Showcase as well as the Elite 75 Academic Experience, which both offer unparalleled exposure and education, but to very different age groups. The Elite 75 Academic Experience, which will take place in the first half of the day, is designed for high school students who strive to play college basketball at a high academic college or university. The event is one of the final opportunities for unsigned seniors… READ MORE >

Connecticut’s 2018 Class is a Deep One

Connecticut’s 2018 Class is a Deep One

Posted Saturday, February 17th, 2018

With the release of updated rankings in Connecticut's 2018 class we have now updated all six states in region with our collective New England rankings due out on Monday. While there isn't necessarily the same level of star power as there has been in previous years, or even in other states this year, Connecticut has unmatched depth when it comes to the sheer quantity of scholarship caliber prospects in their senior class. In total we ranked 40 players in the… READ MORE >

Mass 2018 Rankings Announced

Mass 2018 Rankings Announced

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2018

Up next in our series of updated 2018 rankings is the state of Massachusetts where local products David Duke, A.J. Reeves, Nate Laszewski, and Cormac Ryan have been constants in national rankings over the years. While there has been some reshuffling among the local quartet in recent months the bottom line is the same as it has always been, all four are consensus top 100 national prospects who should have very strong college careers. Duke probably has the highest upside… READ MORE >

Plenty to Debate in New Hampshire’s 2018 Class

Plenty to Debate in New Hampshire’s 2018 Class

Posted Thursday, February 15th, 2018

New Hampshire is a state where the talent is typically dominated by the local prep ranks and this year is no different as Brewster Academy, Tilton School, New Hampton School, Kimball Union Academy, Holderness School, and Proctor Academy continue to drive the vast majority of college coaches into the state. That isn't the only theme of the 2018 rankings inside the Granite State though. No matter how you slice it, this is a group that is going to cause some… READ MORE >

Swider Sets the Bar in Rhode Island’s 2018 Class

Swider Sets the Bar in Rhode Island’s 2018 Class

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

Our updated 2018 rankings take us to the state of Rhode Island today where Cole Swider continues to separate himself from the rest of the class. The Villanova pledge is one of the most potent scoring forwards in the entire country. He's a pure shooter from behind the arc but a versatile scoring threat who has the ability to attack close-outs, an assortment of pull-ups and floaters inside the arc, and athleticism at the rim in the open floor. While… READ MORE >

Updated 2018 Rankings Begin in Maine & Vermont

Updated 2018 Rankings Begin in Maine & Vermont

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2018

It's been long overdue but we're beginning the process of updating our New England rankings. Up first is the class of 2018 where the states of Maine and Vermont have already been updated. In Maine, a talented senior class in the local ranks has now been supplemented by this year's crop of incoming prep products. Bridgton Academy's Fardaws Aimaq and Gould Academy's Stephane Ingo sit in the top two spots followed closely by Portland High School's Terion Moss. Lee Academy… READ MORE >

NERR Announces 2018 Grassroots Event Schedule

NERR Announces 2018 Grassroots Event Schedule

Posted Sunday, February 11th, 2018

The New England Recruiting Report has announced their 2018 grassroots event schedule with the return of three of the biggest events in the northeast region. The Northeast Hoops Festival will return to Hanover, Massachusetts and the surrounding south shore and metrowest areas for the east coast's premier live period tune-up. Held on April 14th & 15th, the Northeast Hoops Festival takes place on the final weekend prior to the NCAA recruiting period, which makes this an ideal tournament for teams… READ MORE >

NMH’s Chamberlain Makes Pick

NMH’s Chamberlain Makes Pick

Posted Saturday, February 10th, 2018

Northfield Mount Hermon senior forward Simon Chamberlain has announced that he will play his college basketball at Carleton University in Canada. Chamberlain is a Canadian native who has spent the last two years at Northfield Mount Hermon but will now have a chance to return closer to home and play for a program with an incredibly proud basketball tradition. He announced his decision via his twitter account. pic.twitter.com/Zurm59v5n1 — Simon Chamberlain (@smoc1999) February 7, 2018 Under the direction of head… READ MORE >

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