Isaiah Briscoe has no leaders yet — Cuse Clicks

Briscoe listed a slew of high-major schools, including Syracuse, Arizona, Florida, Baylor, Seton Hall, Rutgers, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Miami and Virginia. “No one’s in the front,” he said. Rutgers coach Mike Rice and Seton Hall coach Kevin Willard watched Briscoe and St. Benedict’s end St. Anthony’s 83-game winning streak last Friday, and the sophomore said he would consider staying home to help build a local program. “I would like to bring a program up, but going somewhere that’s already established is fine, too,” he said. “But I do believe in Top 100 players going to Rutgers and changing their program, of course I believe in that. And if it happens, I will join it. I will be a part of a Fab Five, or anything like that.”

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