Brooklyn Collegiate’s Sion Nelson Commits to SUNY D 3 Polytech Institute Men’s Basketball


A solid bench player, Nelson had displayed the ability to make an impact in big games this past season, including dropping in 17 points in a Lion 95-76 win over perennial powerhouse Thomas Jefferson.

Ex-Brooklyn Collegiate HS Lions Hoopster Entering Transfer Portal


Keshaun Howard scored 84 points this season for an average of 2.9 points per game, including a season-high 10 points against Alaska Anchorage on Feb. 18, 2020.

Brooklyn Collegiate’s Kevon Ferguson Picks D-2 Goldey-Beacom Men’s Basketball


"The high IQ sharp-shooting stretch-4 missed his entire senior year with an injury and has worked tirelessly to get back. We are proud of you, Kev - the best is yet to come," Brooklyn Collegiate High School Boy's Basketball wrote in Tweet.

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.

2 John Bowne HS Hoopsters-Kone, Parkinson-Commit to Colleges


The Wildcats captured back to back PSAL Queens Borough Championships (2018-20) and finished with a 14-2 league record and went 7-1 in non-league tilts in the 19-20 campaign.

Former Viking Sekou Sylla Puts Winning Above All in Next College Hoops Choice


Sekou Sylla averaged team-highs with 21.9 points and 11.6 rebounds per game in 28 contests with Golden Knights during the 2019=20 season.

Former Lincoln HS Basketball Player Commits to Assumption College


Stevens is also a good student and reportedly modest and hard-working, both very good qualities in a student-athlete of his caliber as he continues to work on his game at the next level.

Men’s College Basketball Recruiting News, Moves: Latimer, Woodrich, Hinckson


Miles Latimer, Jayson Woodrich, Christian Hinckson.

Ex-South Shore Guard Femi Odukale Commits to University of Pittsburg


Odukale picked the Panthers over Seton Hall, Massachusetts, Virginia Tech and Saint Bonaventure, according to basketball sources.