Close to a week removed from a narrow loss at Providence and a 30-point smear by Villanova, Seton Hall will have the chance to begin an upward trend against St. John’s.
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 […]
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.
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.
Wielding one scholarship for rising seniors in high school, Seton Hall has offers out to seven top-100 ESPN/Scout.com players as judged by the recent ranking updates for both recruiting services.
Add Thomas Jefferson (N.Y.) guard Shamorie Ponds to the list of local guards that have said Seton Hall is at the forefront of their recruitment.
Seton Hall has continued their trend of targeting New York City recruits by offering Shamorie Ponds and Saquan Singleton.