Here is a look at what some of the major MA and NH AAU programs will be doing:
BABC - The 6'8" Jake Layman (left) from King Phillips High School has shown himself to be an excellent division 1 prospect this Spring. Layman is also joined by 5'9" Jalen Brantley who has dazzeled people with his play this Spring.
BABC Schedule - Hoop Mountain, Easton, MA; First Eight, Springfield, MA; Nike Peach Jam, Augusta, GA; Nike Sweet 16, Augusta, GA; AAU Super Showcase, Orlando, FL; AAU Nationals, Orlando, FL
Mass Rivals - Javon Williams from Nashua North High School is a talented point guard whose athleticism and killer crossover to a jump shot has made him a division 1 prospect.
Mass Rivals Schedule -Hoop Mountain, Easton, MA; First Eight, Springfield, MA; Hall of Fame Invitational, Springfield, MA; Super 16, Quinnipiac, CT; Adidas Super 64, Las Vegas, NV; Best of Summer, Anaheim, CA
Playaz Basketball Club - Andover's junior Joe Bramanti had an excellent tournament with the Playaz in the Rumble in the Bronx and will be traveling with the Playaz this summer.
Playaz Schedule: Hoop Mountain, Easton, MA; Adidas Invitational, Indianapolis, IN; First Eight, Springfield, MA; Super 16, Qunnipiac University, CT; Hoop Group, West Virginia; Adidas Super 64, Las Vegas, NV; Dual in the Desert, Winkenberg, AZ
Xpressions - Kaleb Josheph from Nashua South has just begin to realize some of the big upside that scouting reports have been talking about.
Xpressions Schedule - First Eight, Springfield, MA; Hall of Fame Invitational, Springfield, MA; Super 16, Quinnipiac University, CT; AAU Super Showcase, Orlando, FL
Other Mass and NH high school AAU teams will be traveling to Orlando for the AAU Nationals during July as well. Most noticeably are the Middlesex Magic who have St. John's Prep's Pat Connaughton (left) who has proven himself to be a division 1 prospect; as well as the Boston Warriors AAU, and the Granite State Jayhawks.