Daley Announces for UMass Lowell

New England Recruiting Report | Monday, August 14th, 2017

Daley Announces for UMass Lowell

Salisbury School and Middlesex Magic guard Bryce Daley took to his twitter account to announce his commitment to UMass Lowell on Monday.

What was especially noteworthy though, was the way in which Daley made his announcement, as he brought attention back to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that was so popular last summer.

Daley is a big combo-guard standing at 6-feet 3-inches tall who is equally comfortable playing on or off the ball. He approaches the game like a true point guard though by playing a pass first style. He's also a good athlete, hard driver, and capable shooter with room and rhythm on the perimeter.

Daley was named honorable mention All-New England this past season for Salisbury and played an important role for the Magic this spring and summer as they took championships at the Northeast Hoops Festival, Pittsburgh Jam Fest, Super 16 Showcase, and Big Apple Challenge among others.

He is the third member of the Magic's 2018 class to accept a division I offer as he joins Thomas Shaughnessy (Brown) and Patrick Harding (Boston University).

Daley is also the second player to commit to UMass Lowell in the last week as he joins Lowell and Mass Rivals guard Alex Rivera. Together, that duo should compliment each other beautifully as Daley's size and distributing prowess will allow Rivera to play as the undersized scoring guard that he naturally is while potentially defending opposing point guards.

Below are some of Daley's highlights from the last year: