Contently - Clarke’s Year in Review

Contently - Clarke’s Year in Review

Posted Thursday, July 18th, 2019

When we update our NERR rankings in early August, the 2021 discussion will once again begin at #2 as Terrence Clarke remains uncontested for the top spot in the class. Contently looks back on Clarke's year as-a-whole, beginning with his arrival at Brewster Academy this fall and all the way through the recently completed EYBL season. Click here to read the full story.  READ MORE >

This Week’s Recruiting Updates

This Week’s Recruiting Updates

Posted Thursday, July 18th, 2019

The recruiting period ended on Sunday and the offers have flowed in for a variety of local players since.  As we always caution, offers are not at all concrete, but nonetheless we still want to recognize those players that stood out last week and have seen their recruitment change in the days since.  St. Paul's School and Mass Rivals wing Jordan Geronimo has seen his recruitment change more than any other rising senior in New England as he pushed his… READ MORE >

Johnson is Big Ten Bound

Johnson is Big Ten Bound

Posted Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Phillips Andover Academy and Mass Rivals guard Dallion Johnson announced his commitment to Penn State University on Monday afternoon.  He confirmed his decision via his twitter account just a day after the July recruiting period came to an end.  Excited to announce my commitment to Penn State University!! Thanks to God, my family, friends, teammates & coaches for believing in me. Thrilled to join the Penn State family under the coaching of Pat Chambers and staff. #WeAre #ClimbWithUs ‼️⚪️�� pic.twitter.com/k4556Ed7y6… READ MORE >

Middlesex Magic take 3rd straight HGSL title

Middlesex Magic take 3rd straight HGSL title

Posted Monday, July 15th, 2019

Middlesex Magic 17u Crotty won the 2019 Hoop Group Showcase League Championship this weekend, defeating Garner Road NC, Team Takeover Orange, DC Blue Devils and Crown in the title game. The HGSL began three years ago and the Magic have claimed every title. They finished off the 3-peat with a 71-65 win over a great Crown team, in a rematch of the NERR Super 16 title game that the Magic won in dramatic fashion in May.  Matt Knowling led the way… READ MORE >

Local results from EYBL, UAA, & Adidas

Local results from EYBL, UAA, & Adidas

Posted Sunday, July 14th, 2019

Each of the three major sneaker circuits held season culminating events last week during the live period. The Nike EYBL Finals took place at the Peach Jam in North Augusta, South Carolina while EYBL teams that didn’t qualify took part in the Peach Invitational Tournament in nearby Augusta, Georgia. The Adidas Gauntlet Summer Championships took part in Birmingham, Alabama and the Under Armour Association Finals, preceded by session IV, happened just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. New England was represented at… READ MORE >

Sandberg’s Standouts - AC Jam Fest

Sandberg’s Standouts - AC Jam Fest

Posted Saturday, July 13th, 2019

NERR's Zack Sandberg has been in Atlantic City for the last two days checking in on the various New England teams and prospects taking part in the Hoop Group's Jam Fest.  Here's a look at his standouts from the event: CJ Holmberg - ASA 17s: He has good size and a frame to add muscle. He's mobile and runs the floor well and also does little things like boxing out and communicating.  Aidan Callahan - ASA Smith 2021: A lockdown… READ MORE >

Switzerland’s SYP Program Visits New England

Switzerland’s SYP Program Visits New England

Posted Friday, July 12th, 2019

Following a succesful college career at Florida Gulf Coast and Chaminade University, Christophe Varidel returned to his native Switzerland and decided to give back to the youth basketball system.  He's done so by founding the Stride Your Passion Exposure Tour. "SYP" provides Swiss players the opportunity to train in the United States for several weeks in the summer, compete in the NCAA live periods, and earn exposure to college coaches.  The program is run at Worcester Academy, where Varidel did… READ MORE >

NCAA Recruiting Period Tips Today

NCAA Recruiting Period Tips Today

Posted Thursday, July 11th, 2019

The NCAA recruiting period, often known as the "live period," tips first thing Thursday morning.  The latest chapter in the new recruiting cycle, this year's period will consist of only four days as opposed to the 15 days we've seen in years past.  Of course, those missing days were replaced by two weekends of scholastic events in June and two sessions of NCAA camps later in the month. Regardless of how successful some scholastic events, like the NEPSAC showcases, were though,… READ MORE >

2019 All-Academic Camp - Final Thoughts

2019 All-Academic Camp - Final Thoughts

Posted Tuesday, July 9th, 2019

The All Academic Camp is a priority recruiting event for high academic schools across the country.  With more than 100 NCAA Division II & III coaches coming through the door over the course of the week at Brandeis University, the All Academic Camp once again accomplished its annual goal of putting high-level student-athletes in front of high-academic college coaches.  Nearly 400 campers were seen by college staffs, and the varying backgrounds that each camper comes from is truly one of… READ MORE >

All-Academic Camp - Day 3 Recap

All-Academic Camp - Day 3 Recap

Posted Monday, July 8th, 2019

With the NCAA restructuring the recruiting calendar for the summer months, the All Academic Camp remains a staple on the calendar for high academic student-athletes and coaches.  Located at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA, the All Academic Camp welcomed more than 400 campers to be seen by over 100 of the most prestigious Division II & III colleges and universities in the country. We will have updates here on New England Recruiting Report, along with live updates on Twitter and… READ MORE >

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