Top-100 guard Bryce Aiken has committed to Harvard over Seton Hall and Miami.
Seton Hall has a chance to land a second top-100 guard in the Class of 2016 on Thursday when Patrick School (N.J.) floor general Bryce Aiken makes his decision between the Pirates, Miami (Fla.) and Harvard.
In a follow up to the last flurry of Seton Hall recruiting action that preceded a commitment from Myles Powell, the Hall’s coaching staff has offered a trio of new targets and has shown up at a few gyms during this active recruiting period.
Seton Hall’s latest commitment Myles Powell spoke with John Fanta and Clayton Collier of 89.5 FM WSOU this weekend. Here’s transcript of what he had to say about his decision as well as top-100 Patrick School (N.J.) guard Bryce Aiken‘s future.
Despite having no open scholarships, I’ll make the case for Seton Hall reeling in another top-100 guard in the Class of 2016.
Seton Hall landed a commitment from top-100 guard Myles Powell on Saturday during his official visit to the school’s South Orange, New Jersey campus.
Days after it was announced that Seton Hall is one of four schools being considered by DMV-area guard Alani Moore, the Hall has made the final list of two local guards in Bryce Aiken and Myles Powell.
In the last recruiting update I wrote, Seton Hall made the lists of two local top-100 guards in Bryce Aiken and Myles Powell. These two local products, along with many other recruits that are about to start their senior year of high school, are starting to narrow the focus on where they want to attend […]
Seton Hall has made top-100 guard Bryce Aiken‘s (PSA Cardinals/Patrick School, N.J.) list of six schools, which was released today.
5 p.m. on Wednesday, July 8th marks the first of three four-day long evaluation periods this month in which college coaches hit the recruiting trails in search of 2016 targets and beyond.