2022 point guard Ryan Duncan of U-High (IL) recently received his second Division I scholarship offer from Radford and has started to hear from a lot more programs as he heads into his final summer and senior season.Continue reading “U-High guard Ryan Duncan adds second Division I scholarship”
Apopka (FL) point guard John Latimer III picked up offer two and three in the past couple of days and more could be on the horizon.Continue reading “John Latimer III added two more Division I scholarship offers”
Winchester (IN) center Payton Sparks received his third Division I offer a few days ago.Continue reading “Payton Sparks has a long list of schools interested”
Mason Jackson said a farwell on Friday to Norwich Free Academy (CT), the program he helped reach a 20-0 regular season for the first time since 2007.Continue reading “Mason Jackson headed to Canterbury Prep (CT)”
Heritage Christian (CA) wing Justin Rochelin is in the process of setting up virtual visits.Continue reading “Rochelin setting up virtual visits”
After a successful four year career at South Pike High School (MS), Jalon Andrews decided to take the Junior College route and enroll at Southwest Mississippi Community College.
2020 shooting guard Jayce Catching is wide open right now. ￼
Missouri State, Cornell, Southeast Missouri State, Furman, SIU-Edwardsville, UMBC, Princeton, Western Kentucky and Central Michigan are all recruiting the O’Fallon, Illinois product.
“They’re all looking for me to come in and be able to be an elite scorer,” he said.
Cornell, Furman, SEMO and SIUE are all coming at him the hardest right now and are doing their best to try to get him on campus.
But, as aforementioned, Catching isn’t ready to make recruiting decisions.
“My recruitment is open,” he said. “I’m not leaning towards anyone right now.”
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It almost been a year since 2020 forward Deandre Henry of Mountain Pointe (AZ) put down the football pads and traded them in for a basketball jersey. Continue reading “Nevada after 2020 forward”