One of the most long-winded recruitments in recent memory has ended: Top-100 forward Taurean Thompson is headed to Syracuse, choosing the Orange over Seton Hall and Michigan State.
Despite a CBSSports.com report, Seton Hall is not recruiting Quinnipiac guard Gio McLean.
Not done adding players for next season, Seton Hall is looking at Quinnipiac graduate transfer point guard Gio McLean.
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.
Top-100 Brewster Academy (N.H.) big man Taurean Thompson is nearing the conclusion of his drawn-out recruiting process.
While some thought that top-100 big man Taurean Thompson was a done deal to Seton Hall following his official visit that ended on Monday night, the Brewster Academy product will now visit Syracuse.
Top-100 senior forward Taurean Thompson has set up an official visit to Seton Hall.
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.
A flurry of Seton Hall recruiting activity has occurred over the last two weeks as high school basketball gets in full swing and an open recruiting period continues in parallel to the college hoops 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?