Thursday, June 24, 2010

Recruiting News

Below, some recruiting news from around the Ivy League...

Columbia has reportedly received a class of 2010 commitment from Van Green (Central Park Christian High School) Birmingham, AL, 6-2, G.

Coast to Coast Recruiting notes that Cornell has offered Hikeem Stewart (Ranier Beach HS) Seattle, WA, 6-2, G. He is also considering UCLA, Oregon, Colorado, UNLV, Oregon State, Washington State, Washington, Arizona and Santa Clara. reports that Cedrick Williams (Siegel HS) Murfreesboro, TN, 6-9, F, has offers from Belmont, Austin Peay, Tennessee Tech, and Tennessee St. He is also hearing from Harvard.

Tre Demps (Ronald Regan HS) San Anotonio, TX, 6-3, G, has offers from Pacific, Oral Roberts, Rice, Texas-San Antonio, San Francisco and Harvard, but told that his leader is the University of Colorado.

Siyanni Chambers (Hopkins HS) Minneapolis, MN, 5-11, G, told, "Iowa State, Lehigh, Saint Louis University, Baylor, Cal Poly, and Harvard are showing the most interest [in me]."

Tyler Lewis (Forsyth Country Day School) Lewisville, NC, G 5-11 told that he is hearing from North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi, Notre Dame, Marquette, Villanova, Baylor, Drake, Richmond, William & Mary, Davidson, Harvard and East Carolina.

The Northfield Mount School (NMH) in Northfield, Massachusetts is having several of its players attend Ivy League camps this month. Three NNM players attended the Penn Quakers' camp this week, including Tommy Carptenter (6-7 F), Lucas Van Ness (6-9 F) and John Golden. (6-6 F) On a related note, an NMH alum, Brian Fitzpatrick recently quit the Penn program and opted to transfer to Bucknell. At the time of his departure, Fitzpatrick made some harsh comments about the Penn program to the Daily Pennsylvanian.

Van Ness and Joe Sharkey (6-4 G) are both attending the Brown camp. Sharkey is already committed to Brown.

Evan Cummis (6-8 F), Carpenter and Cazador Armani will attend the Harvard camp.

Golden and Ethan Mackey (6-7 F) will attend Cornell's Elite Prospect Camp.


Anonymous said...

so when are you going to announce that Mitchell Watt is transferring to Cornell?

Anonymous said...

So, how do the Summer Leagues work? What do you hope to gain from a Summer League?

Anonymous said...

Crazy-ass draft ... was anyone from the winning Duke team even drafted? No Sherron Collins?