Since 2011, through AAU, training, etc., High Rise has been able to work with and/or help develop:
Over 30 All-League Players in CT & NY
Over 20 All-State (CT)/All-New England Players
4 McDonalds All-American Nominee's
2 Gatorade State (CT) Player of the Year Winners
2 Nationally Ranked Top 100 High School Players
High Rise players have also gone on to play at the collegiate level at the following schools:
See what High Rise alumni say about their time with High Rise!
"Working with High Rise helped elevate my game enough to not only earn a college scholarship, but to allow my game to translate to the college level immediately."
-Ian Gardener (Norwalk)
"High Rise has helped me become close to the highest level of my game, elevating me over defenders, and as a young man
growing up as well."
-Steve Enoch (Norwalk)
University of Connecticut
"High Rise taught me how to train like a collegiate athlete and how to be mentally and phiscally tough."
-Edens Fleurizard (Bridgeport)
Hobart & Williams College
"Without elite training from High Rise, I wouldn't have developed my skill-set and been as heavily recruited. The guys sincerely care about every players' improvement and will help you achieve your pesonal goals."
-Abbie Wolf (Greenwich)
"Working with and playing for High Rise has not only gotten my game to the point where I am being recruited by some of the top academic schools in the country, but they've also helped me understand the college recruiting process so I can make the right choice."
-Connor Harkins (Greenwich)
GHS Class of 2017
"High Rise has allowed me to train in a pro-style environment, working on moves, actions, and techniques that translate to what I do playing professionally overseas."
-Evan Kelley (Norwalk)
BK Ogre Pro Club (Latvia)
"High Rise has helped me take my game to the next level, from the workouts to the exposure I received from tournaments and camps I was placed in. I would not be the man and player I am today without High Rise's guidance and development."
-Walter Whyte (New Haven)
Commited to Boston University