New England Academic Top 100: Top Performers

 

New England Academic Top 100 had a nice showing this past weekend at Wesleyan University. Many players showcased some of their best attributes on the court, but here are the players that edged the competition with their  performances.

Tyonne Malone | Williston Northampton (Ma.)| 6-5 | 2016
Malone dominated the competition using his versatile to score around the basket as well as from deep. His effort on defense was great as well as he deflected and block a number of shots.

Kenny Paramore | Storm King (N.Y.) | 6-3 | 2014
Despite the smaller height, Paramore made up for it with his wide frame. The quick-footed big used a number of spin moves and drop-steps to evade defenders and compile a collection of baskets in the paint.

Steven Milhaven | St. Mary’s (N.Y.) | 6-5 | 2014
Milhaven was great around the basket converting on tip ins and a few nice jump hooks. The southpaw created a number of matchup problems as he showed off a nice mid-range game to go along with his production around the basket.

Robbie Kennedy | Christian Brothers Academy (N.Y.) | 6-1 | 2014
Kennedy made number of high IQ plays as he did a great job of finding the open man in addition to picking spots on the floor to look for his own shot. He pushed the tempo when needed, which led to a nice rate of converted baskets in transition.

Jack Dwyer | Burke Catholic (N.Y.) | 5-10 | 2014
Dwyer seemed to have made all the right decisions on the court. He took what the defense gave him and seemed composed and under control at all times. Dwyer was instant offense from right inside the three-point arc and also did a solid job finding teammates open in the pick and roll.

Aidan Hirsch | Northampton (Ma.) | 5-10 | 2015
Hirsch was extremely hot from deep all day which caused defenders to come out and respect the range. Hirsch used the added attention that he received to pump-fake and blow past defenders to finish floaters in the lane.

Brandon Hurst | University HS (Ct.) | 6-0 | 2016
Compiling quite a few baskets from the perimeter, Hurst used his great elevation to rise up and shoot over the opposition.

Harrison Dunne-Polite | Trinity Pawling (N.Y.) | 6-5 | 2015
Dunne-Polite owned the paint for his squad making a number of defensive plays and finishing a list of layups on the offensive end.

Nisre Zouzoua | Boston Trinity (Ma.) | 6-2 | 2015  
One of the most improved players to feature in this event, Zouzoua emerged as a strong junior that was getting better as the day went on. At 6-foot-2 he shot with ease over anyone matched with his assignment. Great athleticism and hesitation allowed him to get to the rim whenever he wanted.

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