Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Recruiting News: Errick Peck Update and Video Highlights, Ivy Recruiting Updates (updated 10:00 a.m.)

The Indianapolis Star reports on the recruiting commitment of Errick Peck (pictured above defending) that The Cornell Basketball Blog previously published:
Peck to Ivy League

Errick Peck, a 6-6 Cathedral senior forward, will play at Cornell University, Cathedral athletic director Terry Fox said.

Peck averaged 14.4 points and 11.1 rebounds as a senior, helping Cathedral to a 20-3 record. Peck had taken recruiting visits to Akron and Loyola-Chicago.
Additionally, the Indy Star also notes that Peck will play in the 21st annual North/South Indiana All-Star Classic, which will be played Sunday at Batesville High School.

Speaking of Peck--- if you want to see some video clip highlights of Cornell's newest addition, click here.

Lastly from the Indy Star, it reports that Cornell and Northwestern are recruiting Jack Isenbarger, a 6'4" from Zionsville, Indiana. Isenbarger, the son of former Indiana University basketball , now an attorney, Phil Isenbarger. The Indy Star notes that Cornell is currently ranked 14th in the U.S. News & World Report rankings. But Isenbarger comment, "I don't want to go to a school that has a basketball program that may not be as strong (or) at a high level," said Isenbarger, who has a 3.5 GPA.

In other recruiting news, Scout.com updates on the recruitment of Kameron Ritter (6'3" guard, Christian Bros. Academy, Albany, NY). Ritter, who has received interest from Cornell, received a scholarship offer from Drake this week.

Scout.com also reports that Kyle Randall, a 6'0" point guard from Hermitage, Pa. committed to UNC Greensboro after receiving offers from Harvard, Bucknell, and Stanford among others and some interest from Cornell.

Finally, Scout.com notes that Harvard, Dartmouth, and Columbia are among those interested in class of 2010's Nolan Hart, a 5'10" guard from Albany Academy in Albany, New York.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

vertical leap?

The Cornell Basketball Blog said...

Are you asking for his vertical? If so, we don't have the information, but the video highlights show he plays pretty well above the rim.

Anonymous said...

I think it was a comment about the picture... that was my first reaction - he's up pretty high.

Anonymous said...

those are lou dale type ups