Mainers at NERR Elite 75: June 29 @WPI

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Re: Mainers at NERR Elite 75: June 29 @WPI

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Jul 03, 2017 4:40 am

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D2 Assumption College is the latest school to reach out about 6’6” Forward Jacob Godfrey after seeing him in action at NERR’s Elite 75
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Re: Mainers at NERR Elite 75: June 29 @WPI

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Jul 04, 2017 5:21 am

#E75 – Top Maine Scholarship Prospects

Terion Moss, Portland – Stories like these are the ones that the Elite 75 is all about. Moss was already widely credited with being the best prospect in the state of Maine, but didn’t yet have a full scholarship offer to his name. That all changed by the time the night was done and it wasn’t hard to see why. He’s long and muscular, able to push the ball with the dribble or the pass, picks his spots to attack the basket, and also able to get his teammates involved.

Taylor Schildroth, George Stevens Academy – One D2 coach referred to him as “the best shooter in the gym,” and that was certainly possible as he drilled jumpers all night long. He actually scored the ball from all three levels though as he was also able to put the ball on the floor and finish with some running floaters. He used ball fakes and shot fakes well and had a strong overall I.Q.

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Re: Mainers at NERR Elite 75: June 29 @WPI

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:08 am

#E75 - Breakout Performers

The Elite 75 College Showcase provided a forum for players from around New England to come in and make a name for themselves.

With 70 college coaches in attendance there was almost a one-to-one player-to-recruiter ratio, which is almost unheard of at any type of exposure event.

Jacob Godfrey, Hermon – A well-built 6-foot-6 forward who made the trip south from northern Maine, Godfrey showed a very intriguing combination of tools. His physical profile jumped out first and foremost but he also showed he could stretch opposing defenses, attack the rim in straight line drive situations, utilize some deceptive quickness in the open floor, and crash the glass aggressively. In short, he has some clear potential.

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Re: Mainers at NERR Elite 75: June 29 @WPI

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Jul 06, 2017 5:22 am

#E75 - Best of the Big Men

Nolan Hagerty, Yarmouth – He very easily could have been listed among the breakout performers because Hagerty made a big impression at Elite 75. He did all the little things a big man is required to do at the next level – he rebounded at a high rate, finished inside, and set big screens. Overall, it was a very impressive night that suggested he was well on his way to being a solid college player.

David Keohan, Thornton Academy – Yet another player from the state of Maine who impressed, Keohan showed great range on his jumper and looked the part of a future pick-and-pop player at the next level. He has a complimenting weapon in his shot-fake which also opens up some driving lanes for him. Overall, a very smart and solid player.


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Re: Mainers at NERR Elite 75: June 29 @WPI

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Jul 07, 2017 6:41 am

#E75 – Best of the Guards

...Here’s a look at who impressed:

Keenan Marseille, Hermon – Most people probably didn’t realize he was playing on a badly sprained ankle as he was able to get into the paint and make plays despite not having his normal explosiveness. For those that did know, his toughness was extremely impressive as was his ability to adjust his game and still have command over his team.

Marcus Friend, Lee Academy – An upstate New York native who is headed to Lee Academy next season, Friend has the thick build and strong body to leverage opposing guards. He’s also a true floor general who runs the show and distributes the ball first and foremost.

Connor Buckley, South Portland – An intelligent player with a well-developed handle, Buckley has a true weapon with his crossover dribble that allows him to get to the rim with ease.

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