2013 Recruiting Targets

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  • #6073
    RichH
    RichH
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    Thanks guys. A good bit different than football.

    #6074

    TMH
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    Another offer for you…Matt Howard

    http://www.verbalcommits.com/players/matt-howard

    #6076

    TMH
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    Per “The Future of Hoops”

    Markell Henderson (2013 6’5 SG) – Henderson is an athletic player with a chance to be a game changer on defense and is a double double machine. He pulls down a lot of boards at the guard position and can score very efficiently as well. His perimeter skills need to continue to develop for him to reach his potential, but he is definitely a low to high mid-major prospect. He averaged 23.7 points, 13.1 rebounds, 3.2 assists, and 3.2 blocks during his junior year at Boswell High School.

    Schools showing interest: Lehigh, Santa Clara, Wyoming, Northeastern University, Southern Nazarene University.

    #6080
    StablerBum
    StablerBum
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    Thanks TMH, Matt Howard was in a previous post (albeit with a typo…) but I’ll add Markell Henderson. Two more names, Denzel Davis and Dinero Mercurius per this tweet:

    Markell Henderson, 6’5 SG (OK)
    Denzel Davis, 6’8 PF (FL)
    Dinero Mercurius, 6’4 SG (FL)

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    #6111

    TMH
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    #6112

    LUHoops00
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    Assuming we’ll have 4 schollies to offer the Class of 2013, because it appears our staff didn’t take the Class of 2012 up for another roster spot which seemed allowable giving KM retirement, I think we’d need a legit PG and a legit center as the top two priorities….no questions asked. I’m sure will fill the last two spots up with 2 more guards who are 6’3 or under! #GuardU

    #6113

    LUHoops00
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    Let’s quickly review what is left in the cupboard post-Big 3 graduation, in chronological order by class.

    MM, BJB, AD
    CS, SC, CB
    DC, JC, JG

    Of those 9, you have two guys over 6’6 in JC and JG. By my count you have two PG but one in MM is 4 year starter and there is a need to bring in someone to compete with CS, and this has to come in class of 13. Add in a center an another must, and I think you throw in another 4 and a wing. That would be how I fill it out. I think class of 2012 and 2013 are crucial to see if LU can prolong a sustained run as a top annd continual PL contender. I think class of 2012 will be our best incoming recruiting class in terms of production since big 3, and we will need a second straight big class to keep this moving train from getting stuck in nuetral.

    #6114

    lehigh90
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    Out of those 9, you have 5 wing players (AD, SC, DC, JC, BB), 2 point guards (MM, CS), and 2 undersized “big” men (JG, CB). Chuku is 6’7″, but a wing shooter, not a true big.

    I think in the next class you need two (2) 6’9″ or bigger, big men, and a scoring point guard like MM, or maybe even a better scoring option from the point. I see CS as a backup on a solid team (15 minutes). If Chuku and Carter do not impress immediately, you will need additional wing scorer, as I don’t see AD or SC in a starting role down the road, either. SC is more of a 3 specialist. So, two 4/5’s, a 2/3 and a 1. I would like them to bring in at least 2 players bigger than Gabe, who is really an undersized 5.

    #6115
    RichH
    RichH
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    90

    Nice package of recruits. For me, we definitely need at least 2 inside players. Dont really care if they are over 6’9 , heck Z 6’7 ,another like him and I will be happy

    #6119

    LUHoops00
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    So everyone agrees, good, Coach Reed get ‘r done..

    #6121
    StablerBum
    StablerBum
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    I strongly agree about bringing in 2 big kids in the class of ’13. Let’s hope it happens.

    It looks like we have now officially offered Austin Price along with HC, Toledo, Yale, and Kent State.

    Right now the size distribution of the offers that we are aware of is:

    5’11, 6’2 (3), 6’3 (2), 6’4 (2), 6’5, 6’6 (2), 6’7, 6’8 (2), 6’9

    So, three guys over 6’8 that we KNOW we have offered. I think it is likely we have offered Peter Miller and Ben Oberfeld and maybe more big guys, but those are unconfirmed.

    Lastly, Kevin Johnson has commited to Cincy officially.

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    #6122
    StablerBum
    StablerBum
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    Updated target list as of 7/5

    Mark Alstork, 6’4 G (OH) OFFER
    Daniel Aronowitz, 6’4 G (OH)
    John Azzinaro, 5’10 PG (TX)
    Mohamed Bah, 6’9 C (ME)
    Monty Boykins, 6’3 G (OH) OFFER
    Anders Broman, 6’3 G (MN)
    Ramir Burton, 6’1 G (NY)
    Doug Chappell Jr., 6’2 G (VA)
    Alex Cooper, 6’0 PG (TX)
    Andrew Chrabascz, 6’6 F (MA) OFFER, unofficial visit
    RJ Currington, 6’5 G (VA) OFFER
    Billy Daniels, 6’5 F (IA)
    Denzel Davis, 6’8 PF (FL)
    Deris Duncan, 6’4 G (IN)
    Kahlil Dukes, 5’11 G (CT) OFFER – in top 5 along with USC
    Leo Edwards, 6’9 C (MI) OFFER
    Dallas Ennema, 6’7 F (IA)
    Marcus Foster, 6’2 G (TX) OFFER, currently in top 7 along with high-majors
    Nick Gorski, 6’7 F (VA)
    Leyton Hammonds, 6’6 F (TX) – high major offers
    Darian Harris, 6’6 F (AR) OFFER – committed to Creighton
    Jakob Hartsock – commited to BYU
    Nathan Hawkins, 6’5 F (TX) OFFER
    Tucker Haymond, 6’6 F (WA)
    Markell Henderson, 6’5 G (OK)
    Matt Howard, 6’4 G (NC) OFFER
    Tyrese Hoxter, 6’2 G (MA) (2014?)
    Matt Husek, 6’10 C (PA)
    Wesley Iwundi, 6’7 F (TX) OFFER
    Josh James, 6’1 G (NY)
    Kevin Johnson, 6’2 G (OH) OFFER – committed to Cincinnati
    Nigel Johnson, 5’11 PG (MD) OFFER; holds many PL and Ivy offers
    Keith Kirkwood, 6’5 F (NJ)
    Josh Kozinski, 6’3 G (MI) – committed to Central Michigan
    Terrance LeFlore, 6’0 PG (AL)
    George Langberg, 6’4 G (NJ)
    Richie Lewis, 6’0 G (MI)
    Reggie Lynch, 6’9 C (MN)
    Greg Noack, 6’6 F (PA)
    Montana Mayfield, 6’0 PG (PA)
    Isaac McGlone, 6’1 G (OH)
    Dinero Mercurius, 6’4 SG (FL)
    Peter Miller, 6’10 C (MA)
    Julian Moore, 6’9 F/C (PA)
    Jeremy Morgan, 6’6 F (IA) commited to UNI
    Ben Oberfeld, 6’9 PF (MN) commited to Bucknell
    Ty Outlaw, 6’6 SF (NC) OFFER
    Michael Owona, 6’9 PF/C (MD)
    Jevon Patton, 5’10 PG (NC)
    Austin Price, 6’3 G (MI) OFFER
    Colin Richey, 6’0 PG (MA)
    Bryan Rivers, 6’2 PG (NJ)
    Daquan Sampson, 6’7 F (MD/MA)
    Greg Senat, 6’8 PF (CT)
    Jeremy Senglin, 6’2 G (TX) OFFER
    Patrick Strake, 6’5 SF (TX)
    Isiah Taylor, 6’2 G (TX) OFFER
    Devon Thomas, 5’10 PG (NH)
    Dustin Thomas, 6’8 F (TX) OFFER
    Spencer Weisz, 6’5 G (NJ)
    Luke Worthington, 6’8 F (WI) OFFER; currently in top 4 with Penn, Prince, & Yale
    Yilret Yiljep, 6’8 PF (PA)
    Seth Youngblood, 6’1 G (OK)

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    #6131

    TMH
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    #6142

    lehigh90
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    I saw Kirkwood play this season in the NJ State Tournament. Nice player. Has a nice stroke from outside, and good off the dribble, but he is not the answer to our big man problem. He is not a big guy, probably only 6’2″ or 6’3″ and pretty thin. He projects as a 2 in college. But, he blew up late this season. Had some big games against top notch competition. I have heard that he is a very good student, which for Neptune is rare. They have a great basketball history there, but it is not known for academics. One of the worst public high schools in NJ. One of the worst, non-inner city schools. He would probably be a solid PL player on the wing.

    #6156

    TMH
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