Hillcrest wing Rollins adds another offer

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Hillcrest (IL) wing Julius Rollins added his seventh offer yesterday when Oakland called and offered him a scholarship.

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Quartlebaum adding offers

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Lawrence (KS) wing Mayson Quartlebaum has started to make a name for himself.

The 6-foot-6 wing has picked up three offers in the past week from Southeast Missouri State, Stetson and St. Francis-Brooklyn to go along with his first offer from Kennesaw State.

“I feel like I’m in a great situation. All of the schools play in good conferences, great coaches and great cultures,” he said. “So, I’m very happy with the schools that have offered me and that are talking to me.”

Quartlebaum recently visited SEMO over the past weekend, and has plans to sit down with programs, in hopes to get a better understanding of what programs he should visit next.

Stetson, who recently offered, loves a lot about his game, including the fact that he’s a coaches son.

“They’ve been saying how they love how versatile I am,” he explained. “And that they like how I am a coaches son because usually coaches son know what college basketball is about and they know what it takes to win.”

Jayce Catching is wide open

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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