2023 NY Rens United-Becil College Prospects
Rens United is an high academic oriented team affiliated with the renown NY Rens program. The program is New York City based but players are sourced from multiple states such as MA, CT, NY, NH and NJ. They have a strong history of sending athletes to high-academic universities at all three levels across the northeast. The 2024s team is head coached by Andrew Becil a former college player and current NEPSAC AA prep school coach at Wilbraham & Monson Academy (MA). Becil was recently named a College Placement All Star for his work on behalf of getting his players placed onto college teams. He will be joined by Cormac Reilly and Lateef McTaw. The team will compete in the inaugural season of the Marquee Hoops Circuit.
The 2023 roster is loaded with high academic college basketball prospects:
James LaFrance (2024) 6’3 guard, The Newman School (MA) - Scores at every level; is a threat as soon as he crosses half court. Above the rim athleticism, guards the ball full court, ultimate competitor. Knocked down over 100 threes for Newman this past season. Hardest worker in every gym he steps foot in. 3.9 gpa
Max Miller (2024) 6’0 guard, Worcester Academy: True point guard, really high level creator off the dribble. Makes great reads in P+R and has added the ability to make defenders pay for going under. Pest on the ball. Great communicator, leadership qualities. 3.5 gpa
Jackson Tindall (2024) 6’7 wing/forward, St. Peter’s Prep (NJ) - Just finished up a highly decorated senior season at St. Peter’s Prep, and will head to the NEPSAC for a post grad this coming Fall. Tindall was HCIAL Player of the Year, and led his team in scoring and rebounding en route to county and sectional championships. Defends 1-5, guards the ball 94 feet. 6’10 wingspan. High IQ decision maker, comfortable on the perimeter, in the high post, and around the rim. 4.0 gpa
Wyatt Eglinton Manner (2024) 6’3 guard, - Ramapo Day School (NJ) - Really heady, crafty guard who is equally as capable playing on and off the ball. Can run the offense, drives to create for others, automatic from three when left open. 4.5 weighted, 4.0 unweighted, 1480 SAT.
Davyn deJongh (2024) 6’2 guard The Hotchkiss School (CT) - deJongh is an explosive, shifty, high-level athlete who possesses all of the qualities you want in a lead guard. Defends with incredible intensity, creates for himself and others off the dribble, gets to the rim at will. Very capable shooter both off the catch and bounce. Impacts the game in every way imaginable. 3.8 gpa
Raphy Tawil (2024) 6’3 guard, Scholars Academy - Coming off a senior season that saw him lead his Scholars team in points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks, Tawil will head to the NEPSAC for a post grad. Combo of height, length, and feel makes him a true on ball guard who can also bump over to the 2 and be a second creator. Scores at all three levels, gets downhill both to score and create. 4.0 gpa
Will Larson (2024) 6’7 forward, The Newman School (MA) - Larson’s first year at NEPSAC AAA Newman has given him a great feel and understanding of how to play at the college prep level. Cuts and finishes around the rim, defends well in ball screens, and rotates well from the weak side as a rim protector. 4.0 gpa
Greyson Trubia (2024) 6’8 forward - Suffield Academy (CT) -Trubia’s size and athleticism make him very versatile on both sides of the ball. Natural rim protecting instincts to go along with his ability to move laterally and defend the perimeter. Grabs boards and pushes to lead breaks; dunks everything around the rim on drives and cuts. 3.6 gpa
Mason Moses 6’4 guard, Brewster Academy (NH) - This Manhattan native is headed to NEPSAC AAA powerhouse Brewster for a post grad year, Moses possesses every single quality of an elite shooter. Quick, high release, fantastic footwork, good size, and is a highly active/engaged defender. Spaces the floor and is a capable scorer off the dribble attacking aggressive closeouts. 3.9 gpa
Alexander Hochberg 6’3 guard, Suffield Academy (CT) - After missing over a year of hoops due to injury, Hochberg was a key part of Suffield’s rotation this season, impacting games with his shooting and ability to guard 1-3. Relentless worker who will use his first summer back to get on the radar of many more high academic universities. 3.9 gpa