A key piece to Seton Hall’s future has been locked up when Florida State transfer Ike Obiagu pledged to the Pirates earlier today.
There are big shoes to be filled at Seton Hall, and the Pirates’ coaching staff is actively working toward bringing in more talent this spring as part of the incoming recruiting class.
The five stages of grief have been ever-present since Seton Hall bowed out to Kansas on Saturday night, but it’s becoming time for the final step in the process: acceptance and moving on.
While Seton Hall’s season rages on, there is still work to be done on the recruiting front for the 2018 class and beyond.
Seton Hall has picked up a commitment from Class of 2018 point guard Anthony Nelson (NY Lightning/South Kent, Conn.).
Seton Hall has officially picked up 6-10 Syracuse big man Taurean Thompson, just days after it was announced that he would be taking a leave of absence from the ACC school.
Rising sophomore big man Taurean Thompson looks far from likely to return to Syracuse for his second year of college ball — rumor has it Seton Hall may be his next destination.
On the eve of Christmas, Seton Hall has picked up a commitment from 2017 big man Darnell Brodie of Connecticut’s Putnam Science Academy.
Seton Hall has been busy on the trails recruiting targets from the 2017 through 2019 classes during the current NCAA ‘recruiting’ period as well as a ‘quiet’ period that ended on September 8th.
When the clock turned to June 15th less than 24 hours ago, college coaches were officially allowed to make calls to Class of 2018 recruits. Seton Hall’s staff made sure to take full advantage by reaching out to a handful of new targets and already well-known names.