ESPN four-star point guard Rondel Walker of Putnam City West (OK) announced his commitment to Oklahoma State. Continue reading “Oklahoma State adds Rondel Walker”
The Jamborees have been paying dividends for a lot of junior college athletes including Robert “Bobby” Harvey. Continue reading “Robert Harvey getting D1 attention”
Chicago guard Jack Hayes has a mixture of programs recruiting him currently from different levels. Continue reading “Jack Hayes hearing from college programs”
Back in March, 2020 combo guard Lorenzo Ferrell committed to play at North Florida and was on his way to Division I with three years of eligibility remaining. Continue reading “Chatt State guard open to all options”
Von Steuben (IL) forward Ola Ajiboye had offers from in-state program Illinois-Chicago and Chicago State, but Saint Louis jumped in recently bringing his scholarship count to three and exciting him in the process. Continue reading “Saint Louis after Chicago forward”
6-4 North Idaho College (ID) guard Emmit Taylor III is enjoying the recruiting process right now. He just added an offer from Florida Gulf Coast to go along with an earlier offer from Idaho State with interest coming from Idaho and South Dakota.
“Coaches like my game because I can spread the floor with my shooting abilities,” he said.
Right now, he’s completely open and listening to everyone. He going to use this season at the junior college level to get more opportunites and then make a decision in the future.
“Right now, I’m having an open mind about my recruiting,” he explained. “I’m just waiting for other schools to hopefully contact me in the future.”
So far Taylor hasn’t taken any unofficials or officials. He does plan on visiting schools in the future, but the focus doesn’t seem to be on that at the moment.
“I don’t have any visits planned right now,” he said. “But I do plan on taking visits.”
After leaving Cal State Fullerton in early 2019, Landon Kirkwood ended up at Broward College (FL) under second year head coach Anthony Anderson with a healthy list of programs after him. Continue reading “Kirkwood hearing from Division I programs”