Lake Clifton (Md.) senior small forward Andre Rafus has opted to push off his college decision, which was set for Friday.
While the 2016-17 college and high school hoops seasons creep nearer, Seton Hall’s recruitment of rising seniors evolves by the day as Andre Rafus sets a decision date, a new senior center is offered, the staff watches star point guard Trevon Duval, and more.
Seton Hall point guard target Jose Alvarado (Christ the King, N.Y.) will choose between Rutgers, Georgia Tech and the Hall when he decides on Thursday afternoon.
Seton Hall had their fingerprints all over three local AAU events this weekend that featured scores of top-150 targets, an impressive showing from 2017 commit Myles Cale and two new offers to rising seniors.
As Seton Hall’s off-season starts to set in, the spotlight shifts from the hardwood to the recruiting trails as Kevin Willard and his staff aim to add to their young core while balancing the professional future of Isaiah Whitehead and other potential departures from the roster.
Prudential Center will be packed to the tune of 9,800 Seton Hall fans and the two rows behind the home team’s bench will be equally crammed as the Hall’s coaching staff has collected an impressive bunch of recruits — including 2016 signee Myles Powell — to attend their final home game of the season.
Seton Hall will be hosting a ton of top local recruits when they take on Wichita State tomorrow in a nationally televised clash that has post-season implications for both schools. One question remains: Will Seton Hall’s fans show up?
A handful of Seton Hall recruiting bits have surfaced over the last few days including a scheduled visit for 2016 guard Myles Powell.