Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Recruiting News

Below, some recruiting buzz around the Ivy League...

David Sobolewski (Benet Academy) Chicago, IL, 6-1, G and Brian Sullivan (Upper Arlington HS) Upper Arlington, OH, 6-1, G, both broke some Ivy hearts this weekend. Soblewski made a commitment to Northwestern while Sullivan committed to Miami-OH.

Shonn Miller (St. Ignatius HS) Cleveland, OH, 6-4, G/F told Rivals.com that he has "a top three of Cornell, Akron, and Bucknell" among his college choices.

Rivals.com reports that Camryon Crocker (Los Alamitos HS), Los Alamitos, CA, 6-2 and Shelby Moats (Waconia HS) Waconia, MN 6-8, both have Ivy offers on the table. Princeton and Penn both reportedly offered Crocker while Moats has offers from Harvard, Yale, and Princeton, as well as Bucknell.

Joey Gripper (Abington Friends HS) Abington, PA 6-0, told Scout.com that Harvard and St. Bonaventure are at the top of his list.

Dylan Sherwood (Hun School) Princeton, NJ, 6-7, F, has interest from Princeton, Yale and Cornell.

Spencer Dinwiddie (Taft HS) Los Angeles, CA, 6-2, G. told Scout.com “I’m hearing from Harvard, UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State, USC, Northwestern, Kansas, Georgetown, Santa Clara, Boston College and Georgia Tech,” said Dinwiddie. “Harvard, Arizona State, Santa Clara and Northwestern have offered.”

Darion Atkins (Landon School) Bethesda, MD, 6-7, F, told Scout.com that Wake Forest, Maryland, Virginia, Syracuse, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, George Mason, George Washington and Penn are all in the mix for his services. GW and Maryland have both reportedly offered scholarships.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great info. I suspect an "offer" from non-Ivy League schools includes a scholarship. Could you describe what an "offer" means/includes when an Ivy school extends an offer to a recruit?

The Cornell Basketball Blog said...

Ivies do not offer scholarships.

An "offer" means nothing more than the coach is offering a roster spot to the recruit and the recruit will go through a preferential admissions process.