LI Lutheran’s VJ Edgecombe Picks Up 1st Offer from Mississippi State Hoops


Edgecombe shined on the hardwood with the South Florida Kings this past AAU season.

Hotchkiss, Riverside Hawks’ Guard Brandon McCreesh Commits to Bucknell Basketball


McCreesh, the reigning New England Prep School Athletic Counsel (NEPSAC) tournament MVP, is a fantastic outside shooter who uses his speed and craftiness to slice his way to the basket and finish in traffic.

St. Francis Prep’s, Riverside Hawks’ Josh Pascarelli Commits to Marist Hoops


Additionally, the 6-foot-2, 170-pound Cambria Heights, Queens, N.Y., native held D1 offers from Albany and Fairleigh Dickinson, plus D2 Saint Rose.

Albany Hoops Lands Commit from Mass HS Guard Jack Margoupis


Additionally, the 6-foot-8 Sutton, Mass., native, who also played for Team New England Basketball Club, held offers from Bryant, Brown and Garden-Webb, according to VerbalComitts.com.

Ex-Binghamton Guard Alex Brodsky Commits to Nyack Hoops


The 6-foot-5, 200-pound Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, native spent his first two college years at DIII Stevens Institute of Technology (N.J.).

Faith Robinson of Central HS, Team Sharp Receives St. John’s Hoops Offer


Robinson drained 434 points, grabbed 350 rebounds, made 154 blocks and 158 steals in 25 games this past season.

Morgan Matthews Earns Lafayette Hoops Offer


Long and lean, Morgan owns a great handle, a nice outside shot and can get to the hoop and finish with regularity. Plus, she is a defensive force, as she made a team-leading 76 steals and blocked 55 shots last season.

Shawnee HS, Comets’ Nia Scott Commits to Bryant Hoops


The 6-foot-1 rising senior scored 347 points and displayed her rebounding prowess by grabbing a team-best 236 boards in the 2021-22 NJ high school girl's hoops campaign.

Arlington, Hoopers NY’s Maya Watts Verbally Commits to Cornell Hoops


A 6-foot-3 rising senior, Watts also held offers from Western Alabama and Colgate, among others.

Virginia HS Foward Dylan Saunders Commits to FDU Hoops


The 6-foot-8 Cave Spring, Virginia, native also held offers from Campbell and American, and had interest from Atlantic 10 programs, according to a source.