Nick Cambio (6'5", F, Central Catholic) Cambio has a great basketball body as he is a strong forward who has a productive inside-out game. His development is just in its infancy, but we believe he has a chance to be special. In this one, he dominated the glass. Offensively he showed the ability to score in a variety of ways. He also demonstrated an ever improving game on the wing. He knocked down 4 three pointers and was able to put the ball on the floor and get to the rim. Cambio also has a good basketball instinct and was able to distribute the basketball.
Aaron Falzon (6'6", Newton North) – Falzon is a smooth big guy who is has a pretty stroke from behind the arc and some nifty moves from perimeter. He understands the game and how to ball fake to create space. In this game, Falzon showed us a variety of his offensive arsenal including the three, the mid-range jumper, as well as a nice looking half-hook. Falzon also continues to impress us as he can lead the fast break after he rebounds and he is an exceptional passer of the ball in transition.
Pat Benzan (5'10, G, Roxbury Latin) - The talented guard showed us a great handle as he used it to cut and slash through the lane all night to create opportunities for his teammates and himself. Benzan was able to control the game as he has total command of the basketball when he puts it to the floor.Benzan also showed that he is able to step away from the basket and knock down the three.
Jalen Adams (5'10, G, Melrose) – A super smooth guard who played with a lot of maturity. Adams has great control of the basketball and gets wherever he wants with his dribble. Although a rather slow and not so pretty looking release, Adams is able to make the three ball. With work on the jumper, Adams could be a special backcourt player.
Brendan Miller (6'2, G, North Andover H.S.) - We love the fact that Miller has great athleticism and great bounce to his game. Miller used that athleticism in the game to help him get to the basket. The beauty is tat he can finish around the rim in a variety of different ways. Once the shot becomes more consistent, Miller is going to have his way at the offensive end of the floor.
Drew Belcher (6'4, Reading) - Belcher has a athletic body and plays the game aggressively. He scored the ball well in transition getting to the glass on several occasions. Having been a power forward in earlier years, Belcher is showing an improved handle and jumper as he was both successful at making the three and putting the ball to the floor.
Shane Farley (6'1, G, Burlington) – Farley is an athletic guard that showed he can make plays and score the basketball. We like the fact that Farley has a scoring mentality and looks to create opportunities for himself to score. He had a variety of good scoring moves in this one, especially off the dribble.
Colin McManus (6'8, F, Bedford, NH) - The forward is a work in progress but we like the fact that he runs the floor well and has big frame that will fill in. McManus also has a good understanding of the game and thus the distributes the ball well. Although he is in the early stages of development, McManus has a chance to be a talented forward/center.
Richard Santos (5'9", PG, Whitinsville Christian) – Santos has an excellent basketball I.Q. and thus is an exceptional floor general. Santos has control of the basketball, get where he wants, and knows how to distribute the basketball.
Trevon Betts (5'7", PG, Weymouth) - Lightening quick point guard whose exceptional handle allows him to attack the rim and look to score. He has soft touch around the basket and sees the floor very well. Although not a knock down shooter, Betts can make both the pull-up and long range three.Eric Gendron (6'2", G, Merrimack, NH) - Gendron has a great basketball body and is exceptional in attacking the rim in transition. He is a versatile player who can score in a number of ways from both the perimeter and in the lane. And that is exactly what Gendron did in this game.
Christian Morneweck (6'4", F, Burlington) –Morneweck is athletic small forward that can fill lanes and finish around the rim. He also has a good midrange game and can knock down the 12 footer. He also uses his athleticism and determination to be an effective rebounder.
Liam Bruno (6'0", G, Newton North) - Bruno is a competitive basketball player who has a great instinct for the ball and knows how to get himself in the right positions to score the basketball. He did just that in this game, as he scored in a variety of different ways.
Matt Costello (6'1, G, Bishop Fenwick) - Costello is a sharp shooter that can knock down threes in bunches. The shooting guard has shown improvement in his ball handling and dribbling which has allowed him to improve his midrange game.
Andrew Lechner (6'1", G, Pinkerton Academy) - Lechner is an athletic guard that just looks like he belongs on a basketball court. He is athletic, can run and jump, and has a college looking pull-up. He is an exceptional three point shooter as well. If Lechner learns how to use his body effectively and learns to encourage contact, he could be exceptional prospect.
Christian LaRoche (5'9", G, St. Bernard's) - LaRoche is a talented guard with a high basketball I.Q. He makes those around him better. LaRoche showed us that he can get his shot off, and when he does, he can make them as well.
Jordan Lates (5'4", G, Hollis-Brookline, NH) - Lates is an intelligent point guard that understands how to run a basketball team. Although a great floor general, Lates knows how to score the basketball when needed. He can knock down the jump shot and has range from beyond the arc.