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.
2017 Seton Hall pledge Myles Cale has been one of the top scorers on the Under Armour Association circuit this spring.
Unlike the last AAU evaluation period, Seton Hall’s coaching staff had to leave the friendly confines of their own recruiting backyard to continue tracking some key juniors this past weekend.
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.
Kevin Willard has picked up his first commitment in the Class of 2017 with the addition of 2017 Appoquinimink (Del.) junior Myles Cale. The news was first reported by Pat Lawless of MadeHoops.com.
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?