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Rankings have been released and also extended outside of New England and into the Tri-State. At the moment it’s the top 10 prospects in each ranking class. Prospects games grow as the season changes so rankings will to according to the evaluations of prospects. Although we are facing a pandemic of COVID-19 at the moment the Hoop Dreams Magazine staff have been able to evaluate talent through a number of events made available throughout the country. We will be on a look out and look at our recruiting tips article as a resource to garner attention. below is the listed ranking for High Boys/Girls and Middle School hoops.

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Being invited to the Portsmouth Invitational is one of the last achievements of a college student-athletes career. Jared TerrellMatt Mobley and Tyler Nelson knew that. These three have spent years battling one another on the HS/Prep, AAU and even in college all translated to the hard work that level of competition of competition has played.

Tyler Nelson (Fairfield University) averaged 14.6 points per game to go along with a game winning layup in the title game. Nelson shot 52 percent from the field and 41 percent from deep. Jared Terrell also averaged 14.6 points per page and shot 51 percent from the field. Terrell helped lead his team to a title game appearance. Matt Mobley contributed 11.6 points per game including a 16 point performance in the first contest of the tournament and a 14 point 10 rebound outpouring in his last game.

Nelson earned himself a spot on the all-tournament team. All three players proved that they belonged.

Tyler Bertram, sharp shooting guard out of Vermont Academy by the way of Cooperstown, NY has committed to play for Head Coach Ron Sanchez and the Charlotte 49ers.

Bertram, who made a national name for himself after exploding onto the scene during the 2018 Hoop Hall Classic. The 6-foot-4 guard who was a member of the 2019 class will instead enroll at Charlotte as a member of the 2018 class.

Bertram who is known as one of the better shooters in the region and on the Nike EYBL circuit for the NY Rens chose the 49ers over St. Joseph’s, Rice, George Washington, Brown,  and Hofstra.

The 49ers only had one recruit in Cooper Robb for their 2018 incoming class. Bertram adds an immediate scoring threat from deep.

Vermont Academy returns 2020 elite prospect Symir Torrence for the upcoming 2018-19 NEPSAC. Torrence has a list of suitors in hopes of being an asset to their collegiate program.