5 NYC/NJ Female HS Basketball Players to Watch in 2020-21


NYC/NJ Female HS Hoopsters Ready to make an impact in 20-21.

6 NYC Female High School Basketball Players On the Rise


Saran Moschella, Nicole Melious, Grace Sundback, Zaria Lewis, Breanna Maple and Ta-Mia Maxwell make the list.

21 High School/College Transfers Committed to College Hoops


Top NYC hoops player Ryan Myers is going to Iona, while top NJ Girls' High Schooler Destiny Adams is headed to UNC.

Brooklyn Collegiate Hoopster Amahrie Simpkins Chooses D-1 JUCO Harcum College


Simpkins averaged 15.80 points, 5.85 rebounds, and 3.35 assists per game in 14 contests during the 2019-20 regular season. He added an average of 16.25 points, 7.75 boards, and 3.75 helpers in four games in the playoffs.

Cardozo Judges Hoopsters Baskerville, White Committ to Colleges


The 6-foot-2 Baskerville averaged 9.2 points and 4.4 rebounds per game in 10 games in the 2019-20 season, and posted 7.9 points and 4.4 boards per tilt as a junior.
White, a 6-foot-6 forward, averaged 10.08 points and 13.83 rebounds per game in 12 contests as a senior and 14 and 11.93 as a junior.

6 NY, NJ Female HS Hoopsters Primed for Great Senior Years


Marianna Papazoglou, Jadyn Watson, Kaila Dawkins, Tess Ford, Barbara Bruno, Destiny Adams look to have great senior years.

Brooklyn Collegiate’s Jaylin Anderson Pulls Trigger on Commitment to Barton CC Hoops


Anderson dropped in 16 points and 12 rebounds per game on a gifted Brooklyn Collegiate roster during the 2019-20 regular season and added 23 points and 13 boards per contest in the PSAL playoffs.

Ex-Viking Hoopster Dwight Davis Jr. Commits to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College


The six-two point guard averaged 10.14 points per game in 14 contests and dropped in 8.2 ppg in the PSAL playoffs in his senior year at South Shore before spending a season at Taylor Made Prep in Avondale, Arizona.

St. Raymond, PSA Cardinal Guard Malachi Smith Receives Offer from Wake Forest


The Bronx native has standing offers from St. Peter’s, Iona, Stony Brook, Dayton, Manhattan, and UMass, per multiple sports media outlets.

Monsignor Scanlan’s Joe Munden Commits to FDU Hoops on Athletic Scholarship


Muden was a Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) Class AA All-City player.