This Week’s Recruiting in Review

by Zack Sandberg | Tuesday, October 13th, 2015

This Week’s Recruiting in Review

It was a busy week at Kimball Union as 2018 point guard Jordan Huntley received an offer from Dartmouth. However the headline of the week was 6’8 Post grad Nathan Knight committed to William and Mary. Knight is expected to be one of the top big men in AA this year.

Boston College has been very active these past couple weeks in offering A.J. Reeves of Brimmer and May to go along with the three BABC players that were offered last week. Maurice Works of Lawrence Academy, Cole Swinder of St. Andrews and Shandon Brown of Beaver Country Day.

Vermont Academy Standout wing Christian David has picked up offers from Duquense and Texas Tech.

Notre Dame Prep forward Max Curran has committed to Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The New Hampshire native became the third Notre Dame Prep player to commit to a D1 school joining Travis Atson and Chris Baldwin.

Former New Hampton Big man Eddie Ekiyor has committed to Xavier. Ekiyor will enroll this December and join Tyrique Jones as Xavier commits.

Mass Rivals and Brooks School sophomore forward Kiegan Kirby picked up his first D1 offer from American

Proctor Academy guards Geo Baker and Caleb Green as well as Tshiefu Ngalakulondi have all received offers from Tennassee-Chattanooga.

St. Luke’s 2017 guard Joel Boyce received his first offer from NJIT in just his second month in the NEPSAC.

Jake Ross of the NEPSAC A raining champion, Williston Northhampton, has received an offer from Franklin Pierce. Ross is also visiting Pace University this weekend.

After exploding onto the scene at Adidas Nations for team Africa, and continuing to stand out this fall at Brewster Academy, Alpha Diallo has picked up offers from Indiana, Florida and Miami.

Charles Fisher of Sacred Heart (CT) has been offered by D2 Post University

Northfield Mount Herman 2017 wing Andrew Platek was offered by Davidson.

Mike Sagay is rejoining New England after briefly leaving for the beginning of his senior year and will attend St. Thomas More. Sagay also pledged to Boston College and is regarded as one of the most underrated players in New England.

Beaver Country Day point guard and former Providence commit, Javon Taylor has reopened his recruitment as of late last week.