While at Live In AC last weekend, Tyus Battle told Inside the Hall that he has offers from Indiana, Washington, Syracuse, Connecticut, Villanova, Rutgers, Seton Hall, Providence, Virginia, and Cincinnati.
Most of their class of 2015 peers were playing in the 16-and-under National Championships on Saturday, but elite rising juniors Malachi Richardson and P.J. Dozier produced an exciting matchup in the 17-and-under Gold Super Showcase in the morning session.
Malachi Richardson was one of the most impressive players at the Wide World of Sports on Wednesday evening. Ranked No. 11 in the class of 2015 by ESPN, Richardson has been adding offers continuously over the past month, and spoke with SNY.tv about a couple in particular that he is excited about.
Josh Perkins has cut his list to five schools, his father told SNY.tv Wednesday. The elder Perkins said they did not make the cut public because they didn’t want to draw a lot of attention to the list.