Rivals 2013 Graduates Accept Scholarships: Goodluck Okonoboh to UNLV, Kaleb Joseph to Syracuse, Mike Auger to Penn, and Sammy Mojica to Drexel
- Rivals Noah Vonleh is selected to play in the McDonald's All-America game and selected as a member of Team USA
- Rivals Noah Vonleh reports to Indiana University for his Freshman year and quickly earns the reputation as one of the best players in the country.
- Rivals 2015 Pat Benzan (Roxbury Latin) accepts scholarship and commits to Holy Cross.
- Rivals have six players that rank in top 125 National of their respective classes including: Goodluck Okonoboh, Kaleb Joseph, Matt Cimino, Jalen Adams, Josh Sharma, and Curtis Cobb
- Rivals Goodluck Okonoboh gets selected to play in the Under Armour Elite 24 game under the Brooklyn Bridge in NY
- Rivals Goodluck Okonoboh, Kaleb Joseph, Matt Cimino, and Josh Sharma attend adidas Nations
- Rivals Kaleb Joseph attends the adidas Nations World Games
- Rivals Jalen Adams attend Nike Top 100 Camp and Goodluck Okonoboh attends Lebron James Skills Academy
- Goodluck Okonoboh, Kaleb Joseph, Curtis Cobb, & Jalen Adams attend the Under Armour Undeniable Camp
- Jalen Adams (Cushing), Josh Sharma (Northfield), Curtis Cobb (Wilbraham), Johnny Joseph (Tilton), and Andrew Simpson (Brimmer & May) are ranked #3, #4, and #7, #18, and #29 respectively in NERR New England's Mens Rankings
- Makai Ashton (St. Peter Marian), Saul Phiri (Worcester Academy), and Greg Kaukumensah (St. Peter Marian) are ranked #5, #13, and #15 respectively in NERR New England's Mens Rankings
- Rivals Alumni and Brown Freshman Cedric Kuakumensah earns defensive player in of the year in the Ivy League
- Rivals Alum continue to have huge impact in D-1 College programs: Evan Smotrycz (Maryland), Carson Desrosiers (Providence), Zach Auguste (Notre Dame), Scott King (Stony Brook), Ryan Canty (Fordham), Cedric Kuakumensah (Brown), and Noah Vonleh (Indiana)
- @Ballastv (ballastv.com) and @NEBallacademy partnership with the Rivals expands to produce acceptional Rivals documentaries
- Scott Hazelton Basketball Schools continues to be the best day camp in New England and gets visits from top high school players from New England plus Noah Vonleh (Indiana), Evan Smotrycz (Maryland), Carson Desrosiers (Providence), Zach Auguste (Notre Dame), and Cedric Kuakumensah (Brown). The Camp is covered by the New England Recruiting report and several other media sources.