Where are they now? 2009 Junior Elite 75 Showcase

Where are they now? 2009 Junior Elite 75 Showcase

Posted Sunday, February 7th, 2016

The 1st-ever New England Junior Elite 75 Showcase back in April of 2009 gathered together a deep-group of top middle school talent from throughout the region. Here's a look at the original impressions and current "whereabouts" of all 27 players listed in the Big Men Recap

Jared Terrell - The kid from Weymouth won the MVP on that afternoon seven Aprils ago and went on to star for Brewster Academy via New Hampton via Weymouth HS and Expressions Elite. Ended up ranked #79 in the final ESPN C/O 2014 Top 100 Rankings. JT is now a sophomore guard averaging 13 points/game for the University of Rhode Island.
First Impression in 2009: "Terrell obviously has plenty of physical gifts including great strength and athleticism.  He wowed the people gym on a couple of different occasions, first with some fierce blocked shots on the defensive end and then with explosive dunks offensively.  He also showed an ability to break his man down off the dribble with his cross-over move.  But more than any...

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Folger is NESCAC Bound

Matt Folger 2016

Posted Sunday, February 7th, 2016

Williston Northampton's post-graduate forward Matthew Folger is headed to Middlebury College next year to continue his basketball career in the NESCAC.

The 6-foot-8 forward previously starred at Weston High School in Connecticut before opting for a post-graduate year, but it was on last spring's AAU circuit that he really started to make a name for himself.

With his good size, long arms and developing inside-out skill set, Folger's upside was obvious and while he had put up good numbers at Weston, his ability to have similar production against higher level competition made him an intriguing prospect for coaches at a variety of different levels.

Starring with The System, Folger seemed to make more waves on an almost weekly basis and kept that going into the summer where he delivered another big outing at the Elite 75 College Showcase.

At Williston Northampton, he's joined not just the defending Class A champions, but a team with unmatched depth at that level. He's fit in...

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This Week’s Notable Performances

This Week’s Notable Performances

Posted Saturday, February 6th, 2016

 

 

 

Suffield Academy's Miye Oni broke a NPSI record with his 52 point performance on Thursday night but he was just the tip of the iceberg when it came to this week's notable performances. Here's a look back at some of the best of the rest:

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Suffield’s Oni Sets NPSI Record

Miye Oni 2016

Posted Friday, February 5th, 2016

CoxHub.com began their live coverage from the National Prep School Invitational on Thursday night and the final game of the triple-header saw a record breaking performance.

Suffield Academy post-graduate and Yale commit Miye Oni was credited with 52 points in the official game book, an all-time high at the NPSI. Perhaps even more impressive than the final total though was his second-half outburst as he scored 34 points after halftime. Oni finished the game with a total of 11 three-pointers and shot 17-24 from the field.

Oni's incredible performance allowed Suffield to pull away down the stretch in a game that was tied at halftime.

CoxHub's NPSI coverage continues on Friday with another triple-header scheduled for a 5pm tip as a red-hot Cushing Academy team takes on Sunrise Christian Academy. The AAA battle between South Kent and New Hampton is on tap next at 6:30pm followed by Putnam Science Academy vs. Hill Academy at 8pm.

Below are some of Friday's top highlights:

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Bradanese Earns Scholarship

Bradanese Earns Scholarship

Posted Thursday, February 4th, 2016

Billerica Memorial High School senior forward Josh Bradanese accepted a full athletic scholarship offer from Philadelphia University on Wednesday.

An NCAA Division II school competing in the Central Athletic Collegiate Conference, "Philly U" is coached by Herb Magee, who has been at the helm of the program for the last 49 years, already won over 1000 games, been enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame and is widely known as "The Shot Doctor" because of his expertise in shooting mechanics.

Bradanese, a product of the New England Storm AAU program, took to his twitter account to announce his decision on Wednesday.

Bradanese also went on to tweet, "Huge thank you to @FennisDembro87 [Storm and BST director Rick Gorman] and the Storm, as well as @djbwpi003 [former WPI guard and Storm coach David Brown] for helping me get this...

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CoxHub to Stream 3 Games from this Weekend’s NPSI

CoxHub to Stream 3 Games from this Weekend’s NPSI

Posted Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

CoxHub will live stream a total of 9 games from the National Prep School Invitational beginning on Thursday and culminating on Saturday.

The broadcast will feature over 15 hours of live coverage including a triple-header on all three days.

Local teams in action include Notre Dame Prep, St. Thomas More, Wilbraham & Monson, Suffield Academy, Cushing Academy, South Kent School, New Hampton School, Putnam Science Academy, Vermont Academy and Proctor Academy.

CoxHub has a full schedule and preview of streamed games throughout the weekend available here.

The NPSI is an independantly run prep school event that runs from Thursday - Sunday and features teams from New England and beyond.

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Rider Strikes Prep Market Again

Tyere Marshall 2016

Posted Monday, February 1st, 2016

Putnam Science Academy post-graduate Tyere Marshall made a verbal commitment to Rider University on Monday, marking the second time the New Jersey based MAAC school has landed a New England prep product in as many months. 

Marshall follows in the footsteps of Dimencio Vaughn, a southpaw swingman from the Master's School who pledged to Rider last month. 

The 6-foot-8 Marshall came to PSA from Martin Luther King High School in Philadelphia, where he started to make a name for himself last year as a senior before running with the Philly Pride on the UAA (Under Armour Association) circuit. 

He earned initial offers from High Point and Wagner this summer before Canisius and Rider both came calling following the July live period. UNC Greensboro offered after watching a PSA open gym this fall. 

A savvy lefty who can play both with his back to the basket or facing up, Marshall has dramatically improved his conditioning in the last six months while also extending his game away from the...

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Commitment Catch-Up

Commitment Catch-Up

Posted Monday, February 1st, 2016

Three local Massachusetts products have recently ended their respective recruitments and are now staying in New England to play college basketball for the next four years. 

Woburn's Mat Catizone, who is putting up huge numbers during his senior season and starred with the Middlesex Magic AAU program last spring and summer, took to his twitter account on Friday to announce that he'll play at Endicott College in Beverly beginning next season. 

A playmaking guard with plenty of burst off the bounce and similar talents on the defensive end of the floor, Catizone should be able to make an immediate impact in the CCC under second year head coach Kevin Bettencourt. 

At Beaver Country Day, head coach Juan Figueroa saw two of his seniors recently commit to high academic schools as Kyle Padmore will move on to Trinity College and Kent Ellerston to...

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Rankings Week Rewind

Rankings Week Rewind

Posted Sunday, January 31st, 2016

Last week was Rankings Week in New England as we rolled out updated rankings in the classes of 2016, 2017 and 2018 throughout a three day period.

Tuesday marked the launch of our expanded 2016 rankings including an expanded top 100 as well as the debut of Wenyen Gabriel as the top ranked prospect in the region.

Wednesday was the day for the class of 2017, where Hamidou Diallo continues to lead the way. The junior class rankings include a top 40 for all of New England as well as lists in each of the region's states as well.

Finally, the class of 2018 was updated to close the week, but the one thing that didn't change was A.J. Reeves' spot atop New England's top 30 sophomores.

Here's a look back at all the week's contest:

2016 Rankings Announced

New England's 2016 Stock-Risers on CoxHub

The Upside Podcast on CoxHub

2017 Rankings Announced

2017 Rankings: Additions and Stock-Risers on CoxHub

2018 Rankings Update

Complete Rankings Directory

 

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This Week’s Notable Performances

This Week’s Notable Performances

Posted Saturday, January 30th, 2016

 

 

 

 

It was an especially busy week of top performances throughout New England. Here's a look back on the week that was.

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