Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Recruiting News

While several of the Ivy League schools have essentially completed their recruiting classes for 2011, a few are still searching for pieces. Below, some recruiting updates from around the Ivy League for the classes of 2011 and 2012.

For a list of committed players to attend Ivy League schools, including profiles of incoming Cornell recruits, and a listing of Cornell's prospective recruiting targets, click here. For a list of general Ivy League prospective recruiting targets, click here. Please note that we update these lists daily.


We previously reported that Dartmouth received a verbal commitment from Joe Brimanti (Andover HS) Andover, MA, 6-1, G. We later confirmed with sources that the commitment never took place and have since removed Brimanti from the list of Dartmouth commits.

The Daily Pennsylvanian reports that Penn is still involved with Patrick Lucas Perry (Powers HS) Flint, MI, 5-11, G. Lucas-Perry tore an ACL last summer.

David Burton (Harvard Westlake HS) North Hollywood, CA, 6-7, F, has heard from Williams, Amherst, MIT, University of Chicago, and Columbia.

Brandon Pineda (Tolleson HS) Tolleson, AZ, 6-3, G, has a list including New Mexico St., Northern Arizona and Brown.

Nick Victor (Lovejoy HS) Lucas, TX, 6-4, G, likes Princeton, Rice, Sam Houston State and Portland State. He is one of the top remaining prospects in Texas.


Amadi Udenyi (De La Salle HS) Concord, CA, 6-0, G has a list of Princeton, Yale, San Francisoc, and TCU.

Jared Tadlock (Charis Prep) Goldsboro, NC, 6-10, F, is hearing from Princeton, Miami-OH, Evansville, East Carolina, Tenn-Chat, Liberty, Oral Roberts, Drexel, and Winthrop.

Anthony Dallier (North Alleghany HS) Alleghany, PA, 6-5 is reportedly being recruited by Harvard, Princeton, Cornell, Michigan, and Penn State, among others.

Sam Donahue (Stonington HS) Stonington, CT, 6-0, G has early interest from Brown as a member of the class of 2012.

Richard Longrus (Bishop O'Dowd HS) Oakland, CA, 6-6, F, has a long list of BCS schools following him as well as Harvard. Other schools involved include UCLA, USC, Cal, Stanford, Oregon and Arizona.

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