Boston Warriors showcase tomorrow night

Tomorrow at 7 p.m. at Waltham High School, the Boston Warriors AAU program will hold its 3rd Annual College Showcase Night to showcase its juniors and sophomores, as well as several uncommitted seniors.

The evening will begin with 45 minutes of individual skill work, with the players split up between big men and guards. Former Providence College and Atlanta Hawks star Troy Brown will be working the big men; Watertown High coach Steve Harrington, a two-time MIAA state champion coach, will be working out the wings and guards.

The last 75 minutes all of the players will be split up to run five-on-five games on both courts, in front of the college and prep school coaches on in attendance. Below is the preliminary list of players expected to be in attendance:

Kachi Nzerem, 6-5, New Mission / Marianapolis

Nate Anderson, 6-6, New Mission

Kenny Reed, 5-10, Reading

Matt Droney, 6-4, Catholic Memorial

Max Risch, 6-6, Old Rochester

Jared Lewis, 6-3, Malden Catholic

Jordan Lewis, 6-1, Malden Catholic

Corey Gomes, 6-6, Uxbridge

Abiodun Akanni, 6-4, Fitchburg

Ryan Jann, 6-3, Westford Academy

Jerry Ellis-Williams, 6-5, Reading

Tyson Hallowell, 6-2, Middlesex

Sam Musler, 5-11, Belmont

Isshiah Coleman, 6-5, New Mission

Leroy Hamilton, 6-3, New Mission

Anthony Bell, 5-10, Boston Cathedral

Tony Alexander, 6-3, Boston Prep

Kyle Howes, 6-1, Maynard

Chris Murray, 6-1, Littleton

Joseph Connelly, 6-1, Beaver Country Day

Mark Melanson, 6-2, Burlington

Patrick McHugh, 6-4, Watertown

Isaac Carp, 5-10, Pingree

Ben Lawhorn, 6-3, Lincoln-Sudbury

Terrence Manning, 5-10, St Rafael's (R.I.)

Mario Payne, 6-0, Lincoln-Sudbury