August Recruiting Update Pt. 2
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We’re back on the recruiting trail with the state’s top prospects. Below are 11 young men that picked up offers in August. Mikey ReyesReyes continues to pick up steam on the recruiting trail with an offer from Rhodes. The 6’4…
We’re back on the recruiting trail with the state’s top prospects. Below are 11 young men that picked up offers in August.
Reyes continues to pick up steam on the recruiting trail with an offer from Rhodes. The 6’4 combo guard’s name has been buzzing around Division 3 circles all summer. A year with him as a productive lead ball handler could bring more looks.
This is just the start for the 6’7 wing. After a solid run with Team Judah Nation, Wallace picked up an offer from JUCO Hinds Community College.
After an amazing summer at the FIBA U17s and a deep run at Peach Jam, high majors continue to fawn over Flagg. The 6’8 forward with all the physical tools and skills to flourish at any level. Georgia is the latest school to enter the Flagg sweepstakes.
6’7 Forward Zeiler picked up an offer from
Saint Leo University and signed less than a week later. He brings athleticism, shooting, and a defensive motor to the lions.
Like many of his 1Family 16U teammates, Wright continues to rack up mid-major offers. In August, he picked up Tulsa and took an unofficial visit to the University of Florida. His size, length, athleticism, motor, and growing halfcourt skill set.
Olympia adds talent to their roster with . He’ll bring a Robert Morris offer to the state champion hopeful. With the jumps the 2024 prospect showcased this summer, he could be in for a stock rising year.
Reid earned an offer from Southern Miss after strong performances during the UA finals. The strong and athletic 6’4 wing gives you a two-way player.
Bhadouria earned three high academic offers based on his play this summer. Schools looking for an off guard with a consistent shot from outside and an ability to create offense on limited dribbles should give him a look.
Hayes earned an offer to Appalachian in late July and committed weeks later. The 6’8 forward gives you toughness, rebounding, and shooting out to the three.
Yeanay is a growing commodity around the country. His latest offer from Houston fits his high energy, athletic, defensive tenacity, and overall play style .