Maryland is reportedly the latest school to offer 2017 6-foot-7 small forward Jordan Tucker (White Plains, NY/Archbishop Stepinac), joining the likes of Syracuse, UConn, Arizona, Villanova and more. Tucker is a 247Composite five-star recruit and comes in at No. 26 in 247Sports rankings. All six current Crystal Ball predictions point to Syracuse, although as just a sophomore, he’s in the very early stages of his recruitment.
With V.J. King coming off a strong showing at the Hoop Hall Classic, here is the latest footage of the 2016 five-star wing courtesy of courtsidefilms.com. At the Hoop Hall Classic, King told Andrew Slater of 247Sports that he plans to visit Florida, Kentucky, Louisville and North Carolina. Ohio State currently has a large lead over Connecticut in his Crystal Ball.
Pawling (N.Y.) Trinity-Pawling senior defensive lineman Austrian Robinson will no longer take his official visit to Ohio State this weekend. The Buckeyes hosted two defensive linemen this past weekend in five-star Terry Beckner Jr. and Kentucky commit Davon Hamilton, who was offered.
In the midst of one of the most powerful storms to hit Connecticut in decades (15-30 inches of snow expected), new Michigan defensive backs coach, Michael Zordich,- – and potential Northeast recruiter- – fought the snowy conditions to make it inside West Hartford (Ct.) Kingswood Oxford High School to meet and visit with 2016 inside linebacker, Koby Quansah. “The visit made me feel like they want me. They haven’t finished recruiting the senior class and yet are already on me,” Quansah, 6-foot-1, 212-pounds, said. “Feels like a sense of urgency for Koby Quansah.”