Baldwin is Ivy Bound

Baldwin is Ivy Bound

Posted Thursday, September 16th, 2021

Belmont Hill School and Middlesex Magic forward Josh Baldwin announced his commitment to Cornell University on Thursday afternoon.  He becomes the fourth member of the Magic's 2022 class to commit to a D1 school and the 6th player in the program to finalize his recruitment thus far.  Baldwin is a strong and athletic forward with a physical style inside of the 15-foot range. He averaged 11 pts and 7 rebounds in the month of July when the Magic went 13-2… READ MORE >

Post-Summer Rankings Published in Maine 2022

Post-Summer Rankings Published in Maine 2022

Posted Wednesday, September 15th, 2021

Our post-summer rankings roll-out brings us to the state of Maine today.  Newly arrived prep products are not yet eligible for these rankings, until we've had a chance to evaluate them all, and so this list is currently comprised of those prospects returning to the region OR who we saw as part of the Be Seen Tour last spring or summer.  However, there are a number of local Maine products who were originally part of the 2021 class that have… READ MORE >

WMA’s Austin Pledges to Princeton

WMA’s Austin Pledges to Princeton

Posted Monday, September 13th, 2021

Wilbraham and Monson and NE6 guard Deven Austin announced a commitment to Princeton on Monday.  Austin is a Connecticut native who spent all four years of his high school career at the Massachusetts prep school, making tremendous strides during that time. He had an advanced skill-set at a young age, but has seen his size and athleticism catch-up since.  "Dev is a four-year player with us and I've been fortunate to watch him grow from a skinny 5-foot-8 kid to… READ MORE >

Post-Summer Rankings Begin in New Hampshire

Post-Summer Rankings Begin in New Hampshire

Posted Monday, September 13th, 2021

Our post summer rankings are beginning to roll out in the class of 2022, beginning in the state of New Hampshire.  Newly arrived prep products are not yet eligible for these rankings, until we've had a chance to evaluate them all, and so this list is currently comprised of those prospects returning to the region OR who we saw as part of the Be Seen Tour last spring or summer.  There was going to be a new number one and… READ MORE >

Coaches Come Out on Day 1

Coaches Come Out on Day 1

Posted Friday, September 10th, 2021

The NCAA Division I recruiting period kicked off on Thursday and college coaches traveled to New England in bunches as expected to visit and evaluate prospects at several stops throughout the region.  While players like Matas Buzelis, Desmond Claude, Isaiah Miranda, Chase Ross, and Taylor Bowen had prominent visitors, there were numerous others that attracted coaches from all levels of college basketball.  Here's a quick rundown of what happened on day one.  Be sure to follow us at our social… READ MORE >

Recruiting Periods Tips Thursday

Recruiting Periods Tips Thursday

Posted Wednesday, September 8th, 2021

The NCAA division I recruiting period begins on Thursday, meaning that D1 college coaches can visit perspective student-athletes.  That means it is the start of "open gym season" where college coaches visit high schools and prep schools across the country to watch teams in pre-season action or informal workouts.  Of course, because many state associations prevent their high school programs from holding any organized open gym out of season, the fall recruiting period tends to be a time of high… READ MORE >

Local Products on the Move

Local Products on the Move

Posted Tuesday, September 7th, 2021

The new academic year is upon us and that means there are numerous players with new schools for the coming year.  While we will examine many of the names new to the region in the coming weeks and months, today we are going to start with a list of already established prospects from within the region who are suiting up for a new school this season.  This will serve as a precursor for our updated post-summer rankings which will summarize… READ MORE >

Coaches vs. Cancer Clinic two weeks away

Coaches vs. Cancer Clinic two weeks away

Posted Sunday, September 5th, 2021

The 2021 New England Coaches Versus Cancer Basketball Clinic is now just two weeks away and time is running out to sign up for the best clinic the region has seen in years.  The clinic will be held at Brewn University (Pizzitola Sports Center) and feature thelikes of former Celtics head coach Brad Stevens, former UConn head coach Jim Calhoun, Providence head coach Ed Cooley, BC head coach Earl Grant, Brown head coach Mike Martin, Bryant head coach Jared Grasso,… READ MORE >

Barlow Goes Pro

Barlow Goes Pro

Posted Friday, September 3rd, 2021

Dom Barlow is a prospect whose progression has been consistently documented on NERR over the course of the last year.  On Wednesday, his story came to an unexpected conclusion, at least in the amateur ranks, when he signed with the new start-up league Overtime Elite, foregoing his remaining prep and subsequent collegiate eligibility in the process.  Barlow was a virtual unknown following his junior season at Dumont High School in New Jersey. He was set to play with Jersey Force… READ MORE >

ESPN Updates National Rankings

ESPN Updates National Rankings

Posted Thursday, September 2nd, 2021

ESPN updated their national rankings in the classes of 2022, 2023, and 2024 and the numbers of local New England products represented exceeds anything from recent memory.  In the ESPN 100 of 2022, Wilbraham and Monson and New York Rens big man Kyle Filipowski shot up into the top ten, making him the highest ranked product from inside the region in several years.  Massachusetts native and Expressions forward Alex Karaban, who will spend his final season at IMG Academy in… READ MORE >

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