BABC Combine - Event Recap

BABC Combine - Event Recap

Posted Wednesday, August 12th, 2020

The Be Seen Tour attended the 2020 BABC Summer Combine last week at the Sudbury Fieldhouse.  The pro style combine was extremely well organized by BABC executive director Britney Papile and included agility testing (shuttle run, lane agility, three-quarter court sprint), measurements (height, wingspan, standing jump, and vertical jump) and on-court skill work.  The class of 2023 began the first of two sessions.  Reid Ducharme was the most notable standout of this group and predictably so following his huge freshman… READ MORE >

Crown the movie on the #BeSeen Tour

Crown the movie on the #BeSeen Tour

Posted Tuesday, August 11th, 2020

Yesterday, we broke down the roster for this year's Crown Basketball u17 team.  Coming off a 38-2 campaign, including five major championships a year ago, Crown would have been hard-pressed to live up to that precedent, but this is a group that might have been poised to do just that.  Sean Durugordon, Nick Spinoso, and TJ Long, three prospects who will all be in New England prep schools next year, are all back from last year's squad and form the… READ MORE >

PSA’s Hutchins-Everett commits to Penn State

PSA’s Hutchins-Everett commits to Penn State

Posted Tuesday, August 11th, 2020

Putnam Science Academy big man Elijah Hutchins-Everett announced his commitment to Penn State on Monday, already becoming the second member of the Mustang's 2021 class to commit to a high-major school.  The New Jersey native was identified at a very early age because of his size and talent and has seen wide-ranging recruitment from various schools over the years.  “I feel like you’ve got to be consistent,” he said. “That’s why I also liked Penn State. They always stayed consistent… READ MORE >

Be Seen - Crown Basketball

Be Seen - Crown Basketball

Posted Monday, August 10th, 2020

The Crown Basketball Club may be officially based in Long Island but there is a strong New England connection.  In fact, five of the team’s nine players will compete in local prep schools during the upcoming academic year.  The most notable of those prospects is Sean Durugordon, who helped lead Canterbury to a NEPSAC championship this past season and will now spend his post-grad year at Putnam Science Academy. Durugordon is in the midst of a pretty incredible evolution as… READ MORE >

Be Seen - Undivided Basketball

Be Seen - Undivided Basketball

Posted Sunday, August 9th, 2020

The Be Seen Tour traveled to Danvers, Massachusetts last week to watch the Undivided Basketball Club, a new program under the direction of former local player Timmance McKinney and Jake Wren, who previously helped build WrightWay Skills.  This is a program with long-term aspirations as their roster is filled with youngsters who are loaded with signs of potential.  Caleb Middleton, who will be joining New Hampton’s class of 2024 next year, was the first player to catch our eye. He… READ MORE >

Introducing Zach Feller

Introducing Zach Feller

Posted Saturday, August 8th, 2020

Incoming Suffield Academy post-grad Zach Feller is making his way to Connecticut from Round Rock, Texas.  This 6-foot-5 wing has clear tools and talent but a truly tremendous academic transcript thus far.  It's no surprise he wants to pursue college basketball at high-academic programs and he's bound to have a plethora of options given his prowess both on the court and in the classroom.  Prospect Profile Height: 6'5" Position: Wing School: Suffield Academy AAU: Austin Capitals By the Numbers AAU… READ MORE >

Introducing Omari Salvi

Omari Salvi 2021

Posted Friday, August 7th, 2020

We've already introduced you to Aidan Horan, but he isn't the only division I prospect headed to Avon Old Farms for a post-graduate year in 2020-21. Omari Salvi is a 6-foot-5 wing who just graduated from the Bullis School in Maryland. He already has interest from the likes of CCSU, VMI, Mount St. Mary's, Georgia State, and Texas A&M CC among others, and is coming to play for Matt Mihalich to prove he belongs at that D1 level.  Don't expect… READ MORE >

#BeSeen - Rise Above Basketball the Movie

#BeSeen - Rise Above Basketball the Movie

Posted Thursday, August 6th, 2020

Yesterday, we broke down the top prospects on Rise Above Basketball’s u17 team, today comes the release of the video trailer produced by Hoop Major.  In it, you will find the video representation of exactly what we broke down yesterday, the top team for one of New England’s fastest growing programs.  You will see why Sam Stevens and Matt Boen are clear scholarship level prospects, why prospects like Nick Johnson and maybe even Steven White and Tyler Stewart are knocking… READ MORE >

Be Seen - Rise Above Basketball

Be Seen - Rise Above Basketball

Posted Wednesday, August 5th, 2020

Rise Above Basketball has been one of the fastest growing programs in New England in recent years.  Started in 2012 as a youth program, RAB didn’t have their first high school program until five years later with their first graduating class finishing up in 2019.  In the two years since, they’ve sent over 25 players on to play at the college level with potentially as many as 25 more on the way as part of the class of 2021.  Last… READ MORE >

BCRI the Movie on the #BeSeen Tour

BCRI the Movie on the #BeSeen Tour

Posted Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

Yesterday, we broke down the u17 roster for the Basketball Club of Rhode Island.  Today you get to see for yourself thanks to the latest movie trailer from Hoop Major as part of the Be Seen Tour.  What you, and college coaches, will see is a team full of prospects who will all play at the college level.  Parker Mason, Jake Bender, and Jawarie Hamelin may be the prospects trending with scholarship level coaches so far but Mike Levesque, Ethan… READ MORE >

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