Seton Hall is reportedly showing interest in 2016 UCF de-commit Jeremy Carter-Sheppard.
Despite currently having 13 scholarship players on their roster for next season with the official signing of two-guard Eron Gordon on Wednesday after he committed last month, and still with their hat in the ring of 2016 post forward Taurean Thompson, the Hall has also been linked with combo guard Jeremy Carter-Sheppard.
Listed as a point guard or two-guard depending on the publication, Carter-Sheppard was signed to go to Central Florida since pledging last September over finalists Xavier, Richmond, UNC-Wilmington, Mount Saint Mary’s and Old Dominion.
He recently reneged and nearly instantly received a release from the American Conference school.
Unless Seton Hall’s staff thinks Carter-Sheppard can definitely play point guard, the unnamed incoming graduate transfer point guard is no longer in the fold and two outgoing transfers are still to happen, the addition simply doesn’t work out here.
Jeremy is described by multiple outlets as a high-level dribbler, more than capable of knocking down threes and capable of playing both point and two-guard.