On the same day that five-star prospect Trevon Duval pledged to Duke, Seton Hall made the cut for a pair of local five-star recruits.
Still in search of a point guard for next season, I can’t think of many 2017 prospects the staff has pursued more primed for the job than Patrick School (N.J.) floor general Jordan Walker.
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 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.
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.
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?
As reported earlier this month, 2016 combo guard Eron Gordon took his official visit to Seton Hall this week.
The second of three July evaluation periods took place from Wednesday to Sunday of last week, resulting in several offers from Seton Hall to both 2016 and 2017 recruits as the staff took in games from Atlanta to Rucker Park in New York City.
A top 100 player in the Class of 2016, Markelle Fultz has added Seton Hall to his long list of earned offers.