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?
A bunch of local recruiting targets were on hand at Prudential Center for Seton Hall’s 69-62 win over Georgia on Saturday night in Newark.
Just because we’re getting into the thick of college basketball season doesn’t mean Seton Hall isn’t still hitting the recruiting trails. The coaching staff is hounding two Class of 2016 targets that are available to join the team next summer.
In a follow up to the last flurry of Seton Hall recruiting action that preceded a commitment from Myles Powell, the Hall’s coaching staff has offered a trio of new targets and has shown up at a few gyms during this active recruiting period.
While you were busy digesting Seton Hall’s fresh Big East schedule, the Pirates’ coaching staff hosted a pair of visitors on their South Orange campus on Tuesday.
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 […]
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.
Seton Hall has offered 2016 guard Jagan Mosely of local St. Anthony (N.J.) High School.