In case you missed it:
Rafael Castro is down to three schools: Dayton, Miami, and Providence. Castro was ready to commit on 10/9, but decided to push this back to a date yet to be determined.
Below, we analyze each school for the Top 150 recruit.
After Breon Pass committed to NC State over the weekend, it got me thinking about a topic I’ve discussed with fellow Friar fans: the restructuring of our recruiting strategy. I think we may be putting too much of an emphasis in recruiting the Carolinas and Mid-Atlantic and not enough focus on landing recruits from New England and the Tri-State area.
Breon Pass is set to decide on his school of choice this upcoming Saturday. He has whittled his schools down to a Final 4: Georgia Tech, East Carolina, NC State, and Providence.
With Legend Geeter’s commitment to the Friars, we take a look at who is likely next to join the fold in the 2021 recruiting class.
Legend Geeter, the 6’8 hybrid forward from Michigan, committed to Ed Cooley and the Providence Friars. With his commitment, Providence gets their first commitment of the 2021 class.
The long wait is over!
Friar recruiting news has been slow to come by in the 2021 class, with the only news seemingly being negative (coming in second place for recruits, for instance). With that said, we are consistently seeing the Friars in the final grouping of multiple player’s college lists. This past week was no different, as the Friars were listed as finalists for three recruits: Forward Kuluel Mading, 3/4 Hybrid Legend Geeter, and Forward Bryce Hopkins.
Not much in terms of team developments and recruiting this week. But it is Friday after all so you know what that means.