Louisville, Florida and Ohio State to watch 5-star Tyus Battle — Cuse Clicks

Battle committed to Syracuse

Ohio State head coach Thad Matta and assistants for Florida and Louisville are scheduled to watch 2016 five-star Tyus Battle according to recruiting analyst Evan Daniels. Numerous schools have recently watched Battle recently including Notre Dame, Villanova, Michigan (head coach) and Louisville (head coach).

» Trio of schools to watch Tyus Battle

Forestview (N.C.) High School’s Moe Neal got his first in-person look at Mississippi State’s campus a couple of years ago and not long after he started his prep career. Neal currently holds double-digit offers and among those offers include the likes of Mississippi State, Duke, Wake Forest, Syracuse, West Virginia, Georgia Tech, N.C. State and East Carolina. His trip to Starkville was his first of the year and he has plans for more trips this weekend and weekend.

» Return trip to MSU for 2016 athlete Moe Neal

West Hartford (CT) Kingswood-Oxford running back/linebacker Koby Quansah has been looking for that first big SEC offer to come in and join a growing list that begin back when he was a sophomore. On Tuesday, he received news that he had just that thanks to the coaches at Vanderbilt. Syracuse and Boston College both offered Quansah as a sophomore.

» Quansah picks up first SEC offer

Myles Powell buried a 3-pointer with eight seconds remaining to lead Trenton Catholic to a 63-62 win over Rancocas Valley in Mount Holly. Malachi Richardson netted 18 points in the win.

» Trenton Catholic (63) at Rancocas Valley (62)

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