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Saint Joseph Loading Up

Brad Landry 2018

Posted Sunday, May 20th, 2018

The University of Saint Joseph had already added scholarship caliber players in Springfield Commonwealth's Cam Sells and Nadir Dixon-Thompson of the Master's School. This week though, they landed several more. Among the group of players now committed to play for Jim Calhoun is the Choate Rosemary Hall tandem of Brad Landry and Jake Sullivan, Hotchkiss School wing Ryan ONeil, Woodstock Academy point guard Chris Childs, and Master's School wing Tahj Brown. In short it's as good of a division III… READ MORE >

Hinckson Headed Home

Hinckson Headed Home

Posted Saturday, May 19th, 2018

Tilton School post-graduate forward Christian Hinckson was one of the best remaining prospects left on the board before announcing his commitment to Manhattan on Thursday night. The pledge brings the New York native back home after spending the last year in New Hampshire. He took to his twitter account to announce the news. No place like home! #GoJaspers #Commited pic.twitter.com/B2aGgDaw3K — Christian Hinckson (@Chris__Swank) May 18, 2018 Hinckson visited both Coppin State and Manhattan last week and was initially scheduled… READ MORE >

No Reclass, No Sneaker, No Problem

No Reclass, No Sneaker, No Problem

Posted Friday, May 18th, 2018

Charles Coleman and Noah Kamba don’t play on a sneaker circuit, they haven’t reclassified, and won’t turn 18 until October. They are both getting recruitment from some of the highest levels of college basketball though. The inside-out tandem is now in their third year playing side-by-side, both during the high school season at Dexter Southfield, as well as during the grassroots season with WrightWay Skills. That process culminated with a NEPSAC championship in March as Dexter won the Class C… READ MORE >

Under the Radar Standouts

Under the Radar Standouts

Posted Thursday, May 17th, 2018

It was little over one month ago that the Northeast Hoops Festival assembled all of the top teams in the northeast for the region's premier tune-up. Two weeks of live period action followed close behind and there's been more good basketball in early May. Leading up to next weekend's Memorial Day Super 16 Showcase, NERR will take the better part of the next ten days to examine the players who may not have earned the highest or most scholarship offers,… READ MORE >

Notre Dame Prep forward is D1 bound

Notre Dame Prep forward is D1 bound

Posted Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

For as much as Notre Dame Prep may have changed in the last year what remains the same is that head coach Ryan Hurd continues to churn out scholarship players. The latest is post-graduate forward Gabe Merete who announced his commitment to Florida Atlantic late Monday night. COMMITTED‼️�� #GoOwls pic.twitter.com/9E48jThTn1 — Gabe Merete (@Gabe_Merete) May 15, 2018 Merete is a Florida native who will both be realizing his division I dream while also returning back closer to home to do… READ MORE >

EYBL Session 3 Recap

EYBL Session 3 Recap

Posted Tuesday, May 15th, 2018

BABC and Expressions Elite both traveled to Atlanta last weekend for the third session of Nike's EYBL. The session started with a head-to-head match-up between the two teams that came down to the wire. BABC led throughout most of the game, holding a 41-30 halftime lead, as Expressions struggled to score and finish plays in the first half but X wouldn't go away in the second as they increased the tempo of the game and began to score with much… READ MORE >

Team New England Wins Providence Jam Fest

Team New England Wins Providence Jam Fest

Posted Monday, May 14th, 2018

The Hoop Group came to New England this weekend to host the Providence Jam Fest and when it was all said and done it was Team New England that took the tournament’s highest prize, the 17u Platinum division championship. One of eight teams to receive an opening round bye, Team New England opened late Saturday afternoon with a pair of convincing wins over Riverside Hawks 65-48 and then SJ Hoops Elite 58-24. Things got more competitive on Sunday morning though… READ MORE >

Super 16 Tips in Two Weeks

Super 16 Tips in Two Weeks

Posted Saturday, May 12th, 2018

We are now just two weeks away from NERR's second and final grassroots tournament of the spring as the Memorial Day Super 16 Showcase will be returning for it sixth consecutive year. After attracting the most talented field in tournament history last May, this year's event might be even better with commitments from teams in New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and beyond. The field also includes teams from both the Adidas Gauntlet as well as the Under Armour… READ MORE >

Nixon, Phelan, & McCauley headline latest Commitment Catch-Up

Nixon, Phelan, & McCauley headline latest Commitment Catch-Up

Posted Thursday, May 10th, 2018

The last two weeks have brought a handful of new commitments in the class of 2018 as names continue to fly off the board and student-athletes finalize their plans for next season. Here's a look at some of the most recent commitments: Choate Rosemary Hall post-graduate wing Jayden Nixon will be joining the program at the University of Virginia as a preferred walk-on. Nixon is a high level athlete who helped lead Choate to the NEPSAC A championship and scored… READ MORE >

Washington Back on the Board

Travell Washington 2018

Posted Thursday, May 10th, 2018

Just as the class of 2018 is beginning to dry up, one name has come back on the board as Travell Washington has de-committed from Pepperdine according to Lawrence Academy head coach Kevin Wiercinski. Washington, a 6-foot-9 native of California, announced his commitment to return to the west coast in late March, shortly after he went home for spring break and Lorenzo Romar was named the program's new head coach. Click here for the full story. While the reasons for… READ MORE >

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