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Hoop Mountainís Super Week I Begins Today

June 29th, 2008
NewEnglandRecruitingReport.com

Hoop Mountain’s Super Week I kicks off today and that means one thing...summer is officially here.  Although the live period will not start for another week, SWI will welcome a good number of quality prospects as well as division II and III college coaches.

For a long time Hoop Mountain’s Super Week has served as New England’s unofficial start to the summer.  Although division I coaches begin to come out until July 6th, some of the region’s best prospects head to the four day exposure camp at Stonehill College hoping to get ready for July and/or grab the attention of some division II and III coaches. 

This year’s SWI has a very strong field and should draw a variety of college coaches.  The New England Recruiting Report will be on hand to provide you daily coverage of who is playing well.  Here is an early look at some of the favorites. 

Lance Greene 6'3" MA 2009
Alan Harris 6'4" MA 2009
Mike Clifford 6'8” MA 2009
Sean McCarthy 6'10” MA PG
Andrew McCarthy 6'9” MA 2009
Tucker Esborn 6'5 CT” 2009
Zach Russo 6'2” CT 2009
Matt Stone 6'8” CT 2009
Alec Giusti 6'7” CT 2009
Allen Williamson 6'4” MA 2009
Nicco DeMasco 6'6” NH 2009
Brian Johnson 6'3” MA 2009
Damola Abu 6'5” MA PG
John Beaulieu 6'4” MA PG
Mike Byron 6'0” MA 2009
Ryan Spencer 6'4” MA 2009
David Miller 6'3” MA 2010
Eric Alleyne 5'10” MA 2010
CJ Moss 5'10” MA 2010
Alex Levine 6'6” MA 2010
Sean Bertanza 6'1” CT PG
Adna Cecunjanin 6'8” CT 2009
Andrei Oztemel 6'4” CT 2009
Brendan Rollins 6'3” MA 2009
Scott Tavares 5'9” MA PG
Matt Gibson 5'10” MA 2009
Kyle Nelson 6'3” MA 2011

Camp games will begin today at 2:30 and continue in the afternoon session at 3:30 and 4:30.  After a dinner break the evening session will begin at 7pm and continue with game sets at 8 and 9. 

The schedule will be very similar on Monday and Tuesday, although both days will feature a morning session with games at 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., and 11:30 a.m.  The camps All-Star game will be played on Tuesday night while play-offs will take place during the day on Wednesday.  Be sure to stay tuned to www.NewEnglandRecruitingReport.com for the most up-to-date recaps of all the action. 

 

The New England Recruiting Report’s Summer Tour

We have been flooded with e-mails asking us where we will be this summer…so here is the answer.  Although the following schedule is subject to change, this is our current plan for where we will be in the first half of the month of July. 

**June 29th – July 2nd:  Hoop Mountain Super Week I**
**July 6th – July 9th:  Hoop Mountain Super Week II**
July 8th:  Eastern Invitational Basketball Camp
July 10th:  Reebok Proving Ground
**July 11th – 14th:  Hoop Mountain/NERR Junior Elite Camp**
**July 11th – 13th:  Hoop Mountain Academic All-American Camp**
July 11th:  Hoop Hall Summer Showcase
July 11th:  Reebok Summer Classic
July 13th – 14th:  Joe Brown Memorial Tournament
**July 15th:  Super 16 Showcase**

**Extended Daily Coverage**

 

Stars of Tomorrow Camp

July 12th - 14th

Brandeis University

The Elite 75 Stars of Tomorrow Camp is designed for serious young players who want to learn what it takes to suceed at the next level.

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