Nolan Causwell is a prospect that continues to improve his game and college coaches are taking notice.Continue reading “JUCO forward Nolan Causwell continues to add scholarship offers”
Three-star point guard Wayne McKinney of Coronado (CA) announced that he will be attending San Diego.Continue reading “California point guard staying home to play for San Diego”
Last season Hutchinson CC (KS) guard Josh Baker put a lot of colleges on notice.Continue reading “JUCO guard continuing to add more offers”
2022 wing Tyler Mrus of Seattle Prep (WA) picked up his first offer from Cal Poly on the day that college coaches were finally allowed to speak to incoming high school juniors.Continue reading “Tyler Mrus adds first offer from Cal Poly”
2023 West Linn (OR) point guard Jackson Shelstad received another scholarship offer yesterday.Continue reading “2023 point guard Jackson Shelstad received offer No. 6”
I’m sure there will be a time in the future that 2022 combo guard Lamar Washington of Jefferson (OR) will hear the suggestion: give up football or basketball and focus on one.Continue reading “Lamar Washington has D1 basketball & football offers”
6-6 shooting guard Isaac Chatman spent a year at Northeast Mississippi Community College after transferring from Campbell.
The Alabama native played in 27 games for the Tigers and averaged 13.8 points and 7.1 rebounds per game on 50.4-percent shooting from the field.
He currently holds offers from Albany and Detroit with interest coming from Jacksonville State, Portland State, Southern Miss and North Alabama.
His recruitment right now is on hold. He’s waiting out the coronavirus and hoping to make moves soon.
“Right now, it’s just one of those things you got to wait and see,” Chatman explained. “I stay in constant communication with them, but just waiting to see if I’ll ever be able to go visit.”
Tallahassee CC (FL) forward Kailex Stephens finished his first year at the Division II level averaging 13.2 points and 5.9 rebounds per game. Continue reading “Stephens has coaches interested”