6-foot-10 power forward Luke Hunger from Montreal, Canada has become a coach favorite in the states.
Playing his high school ball at Northfield Mount Hermon (MA), Hunger has been able to receive scholarship offers from programs like East Carolina, Rice, Towson, William & Mary, Northeastern, Loyola-Chicago, UC Santa Barbara, Brown, Richmond, Boston, UMass and Miami.
He picked up 11 of the 12 offers in June with a lot more to come in July.
“It’s awesome,” he said of adding so many scholarship offers. “I put in a lot of hard work during the school year in preparation for AAU and it’s amazing to see it all pay off finally.”
Hunger is a 2022 forward that has the ability to do many things on the floor. He’s versatile on both ends and that’s what coaches say they like the most about his game.
“Coaches like how hard I play and how I run the floor for my size,” Hunger explained. “They like my IQ and passing ability, and they also like my versatility and ability to stretch the floor to the 3-point line and play in pick-and-pops.”
With so many different programs coming at him currently, Hunger doesn’t foresee himself narrowing down his list or committing anytime soon.