Rising seniors continue to narrow down the schools they are considering ahead of their final high school season with De’Vondre Perry and Daron Russell both including Seton Hall on their final lists.
Seton Hall pledge Myles Cale recently sat down with Wu of The Basketball Diary to talk about his commitment to Kevin Willard, his final summer on the AAU circuit, transferring to Patrick School (N.J.) and more.
As the summer starts to wind down, Seton Hall’s staff has offered several new 2018 targets and hosted a few highly-rated juniors on unofficial visits all while the Pirates look to remain on the trimmed lists of several rising seniors.
Get your affairs in order: Seton Hall officially released the rest of their 2016-17 non-conference schedule on Monday.
Seton Hall has offered a handful of new recruiting targets from the 2017 and 2018 classes following the conclusion of the second and third July evaluation periods.
Last Wednesday through Sunday afternoon marked the first of the three all-important July ‘live’ recruiting periods and Seton Hall’s staff was out and about like every other school in the country.
Isaiah Whitehead has signed a multi-year deal with the Brooklyn Nets ahead of his first NBA Summer League game with the franchise on Saturday. (more…)
One of the most long-winded recruitments in recent memory has ended: Top-100 forward Taurean Thompson is headed to Syracuse, choosing the Orange over Seton Hall and Michigan State.
Seton Hall will travel beyond the West Coast when they take on Hawaii and California as part of the FOX Sports Pearl Harbor Invitational in early December.
It’ll be a Brooklyn homecoming for the Coney Island native.
Selected 42nd overall by the Brooklyn Nets after they traded up to get the Utah Jazz’ pick, Seton Hall’s Isaiah Whitehead has become the first Pirate to have his named called in the NBA Draft since Samuel Dalembert and Eddie Griffin were both chosen in the first round of the 2001 Draft.