Seven schools are working the hardest for 2016 guard Tyus Battle, his father told SNY.tv. Gary Battle listed Ohio State, UConn, Virginia, Villanova, Michigan, Syracuse and Indiana as those working the hardest.
There’s no question that Syracuse guard Trevor Cooney had an up-and-down sophomore season. The shooting guard started the season well, hitting 43 of 86 shots from beyond the arc in non-conference play.
Class of 2015 Trenton Catholic (N.J.) wing Malachi Richardson is ready to announce his college decision. As first reported by Justin Albers of AllHoosiers.com last week, Richardson confirmed his plans for a Friday announcement earlier this afternoon on Twitter.