Offers Flowing In

New England Recruiting Report | Friday, May 3rd, 2013

Offers Flowing In

Friday’s ESPN article “Northeast News & Notes” recapped a busy week of scholarship offers in the northeast region.  Here’s a look at some of the familiar names on that list:

• Brewster Academy (NH) 2014 SG Jared Terrell scored two major offers from Kansas and Florida;

• Cushing Academy (MA) 2014 PG Kaleb Joseph added three more high-major offers from Georgetown, Minnesota, and Marquette;

• Kimball Union Academy (NH) 2014 PF Abdul-Malik Abu has added offers from Kansas, North Carolina State, Tennessee, Minnesota, Marquette, Florida State, and Texas;

• Tilton (NH) 2015 swingman Terance Mann scored offers from Florida and Iowa State;

• Canterbury (CT) 2015 swingman Donovan Mitchell continues to add new offers with Boston College, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Iona, and Providence;

• Lee Academy (ME) 2014 guard Aaron Calixte picked up offers from Towson, Robert Morris, New Hampshire & Siena this week;

Tyler Lydon, who will reclassify to 2015 at New Hampton (NH) next season, has added recent offers from Boston College, Iowa State, Minnesota, Providence, and Virginia Tech;

• St. Joseph’s (CT) guard Quincy McKnight received offered from Buffalo, Florida Atlantic, and Florida Gulf Coast this week;

• East Hartford (CT) 2014 SG Kahari Beaufort picked up an offer from Florida International

• Redemption Christian (MA) 2014 PF Angel Delgado scored his first high-major offer from Seton Hall

• Milton Academy (MA) 2014 PF Alec Brennan landed his latest such offer from Wake Forest;

• Windsor (CT) 2014 guard Jared Wilson-Frame reportedly received an offer from Providence;

• Brighton (MA) 2014 guard Malik James earned his first D1 offer from Canisius;

• St. Thomas More (CT) 2014 guard Cane Broome received an offered from Sacred Heart;

*Disclaimer – reporting scholarship offers is one of the more difficult things to do in recruiting, because it’s literally impossible to confirm from the source since college coaches aren’t permitted to speak about prospective student athletes.  Therefore all offers are only as good as the source of the information, and should all be considered “fluid”.