Even More: City Hoops Recruiting
Mass Elite and Boston Warriors, two of the largest programs in Massachusetts, teamed up for a college showcase on Wednesday night. Here are some evaluations from that event.
Teams gathered at Mass Premier Courts to chase the state title in the oldest age group, and one champion was a familiar one.
All For One has been one of the better travel programs in Massachusetts for players before they reach high school
Size and options on the wing are not lacking for this year’s junior team
Expressions Elite has quickly become one of the deeper programs in New England
The Big Ten had some teams slip as the season went on, but plenty of others picked up the slack in another good year for the conference.
Membership changes have been happening at quite a pace of late in the Sun Belt, and it was a new member that stole the show for much of this past season and seems poised to lead the way in the future.
The teams that have led the way in the Big Sky of late were right there again this season. One of them won both the regular season and conference tournament, and also had a nice time with the post-season awards as well.
The 2013-14 season was N.C. Central’s year in the MEAC, as the Eagles completed their four-year ascent to the top of conference.
When it comes to overall depth, the Big 12 this season may have been one of the strongest leagues in a long time. The conference sent seven of its 10 teams to the NCAA Tournament, the first time in 21 years and just the fifth time ever that a league sent 70% or more of its teams to the tourney.