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2013-2014 Recruit Recon Patriot League Predictions
Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Imageby Joe Click
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With the 2013-2014 Men's Hoop Season ready to kick-off, with official games starting in less than 3 weeks we have complied our Patroit League pre-season predictions. This conference looks to be wide open with many returning starters top to bottom.The Patroit League added2 new members in Loyola (MD) from the MAAC and Boston University from the America East. Both programs should be in the upper echelon.

Holy Cross returns several starters from last year including PF Dave Dudzinski (Recruit Recon's Player of the Year). Look for Loyola (MD) G Dylan Cormier to tear up the Patroit League with his all around game.  

Western Carolina nabs 6'6'' Wing
Monday, 21 October 2013

ImagePhenom Report: Greenfield School senior Ashley Williams committed to Western Carolina while on his visit Saturday. The 6’6″ wing says, “my family and I feel it’s my best fit. They’ve shown me a lot of love.”

Williams, who is a Garner Road AAU alum, says that the Western Carolina staff really wanted him and they had no problem showing that, “they totally stopped recruiting y position because they wanted me so bad.” The visit helped solidify what Williams thought about the program, and more, “It’s a lot bigger than I thought it would be, and it’s growing. It’s a very exciting place to be.”

Williams who is very skilled as a player has great length and a very smooth/cerebral perimeter game says that the support around the program really stood out for him, “they have great support from the fans and the team mates are all really supportive.”

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VMI gets Jon Elmore
Monday, 21 October 2013

ImagePhenom Report: Christ School senior Jon Elmore followed family tradition when he committed to Virginia Military Institute Saturday. Jon’s brother Ot is a current freshman at VMI and his father Gay is an all time great for the Keydets. Elmore speaks of his family tradition, “My brother is there and it has been a dream of ours to play college basketball together. Now we are going to be living the dream.”

VMI made Elmore a priority and that was seen clearly by Elmore, “the coaching staff is awesome, they had at least one coach at every game this summer. The showed me the most love.” Elmore, a Charleston, West Virginia native, says that he also really likes the role he will play and the style that VMI runs in their program, “I think I will be an impact player as a freshman, and I want to leave my legacy there…Their style of play is awesome, one of the most fun systems in the country.”

Elmore says that he will likely play point guard, a role in which he relishes, “I think it’s my best position, I get the ball in my hands a lot.”

Elmore chose VMI over a final grouping that included, William & Mary, George Washington, Wofford, Furman, Ohio, and Ball St. 


2013-2014 NEC Pre-Season Predictions
Thursday, 26 September 2013
ImageBy Joe Click
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With the 2013-2014 Men's Hoop Season ready to kick-off, with official practices starting on September 27th we have complied our Northeast Conference Predictions. This conference looks to be wide open with many returning starters top to bottom.
First Year Head Coach Greg Herenda of Fairleigh Dickinson University Knights, looks to bring the University back to the top as well as Sacred Heart University First Year Head Coach Anthony Latina.  These predictions are Recruit Recon Only Predictions.
Mount Saint Mary's gets pledge from local Big Man
Thursday, 26 September 2013

ImageMount Fan Blog: Mo Sallah, a 6-8 forward from Broadfording Christian Academy in Hagerstown, has pledged his future to Mt. St. Mary's. Sallah led BCA in scoring a season ago averaging 18.4 per night. In addition, he grabbed 14 rebounds per night, and blocked better than 3 shots per contest.

 The Lions lost in the championship game of the Mason Dixon Christian Conference. Sallah had 20 points in the championship game. He was named to the MDCC All-Star team, and the WHAG-TV 25 Fab Five team.

Sallah is spending a post-graduate year at Fishburne Military Academy in Waynesboro Virginia and will join the Mount in 2014-15.

Sallah will spend most of his time in the low block for the Mount. At 6-8 and athletic he should fit in well with the other 4 who already committed as part of next year's class. The Mount has landed point guard Junior Robinson, and front line players Chris Manning, Chuck Wray, Troy Henderson and now Sallah.

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Sacred Heart Scores with Broome
Friday, 20 September 2013
ImageNERR: Sacred Heart landed a big commitment on Tuesday afternoon from East Hartford native and St. Thomas More guard Cane Broome.  

First year Sacred Heart head coach Anthony Latina made Broome his top priority this summer and followed him throughout the month as he and his Expressions Elite squad traveled from the Nike Peach Jam to Philadelphia to Atlantic City.  

“They were the main ones all summer long.  They didn’t miss any games,” Broome told the New England Recruiting Report.  “Coach Latina told me how much I’d mean to the program and that meant a lot.”

Sacred Heart and Wagner became the first division I schools to offer Broome a scholarship this summer, and although his recruitment was likely to continue growing this season at St. Thomas More, he was conscious of friends and former teammates who had bad college experiences after going to levels where they weren’t able to play immediate minutes.  
Jacksonville Inks Talented Point Guard Jaylen Adams
Monday, 16 September 2013
ImageBaltimore Sun:  Members of the Jacksonville coaching staff became familiar faces to Nike Baltimore Elite players and coaches over the past several months. Since the spring, City wing Tim Bond and Mount St. Joseph point guard Jaylen Adams have been at the top of the Dolphins’ wish list for their 2014 recruiting class. Last week, Jacksonville’s efforts paid off with a commitment from Bond. On Wednesday night, Adams followed suit by pledging to the Dolphins.

“It was just the right time,” Adams said Wednesday night. “I really liked it after the visit. I liked playing with the players, I liked the coaches, and it just seemed like a real good place.”

Adams picked Jacksonville over an offer from Mount St. Mary’s. LIU-Brooklyn, Quinnipiac and Fairfield were also involved, with all three schools expected to watch the 6-foot, 170-pound player this weekend.

The Jacksonville coaches “were the ones who talked to me the most,” Adams said. “It just felt like they kind of wanted me the most out of anybody. … They told me I’ll get a lot of playing time. I’ll be able to make a big impact as soon as I get there.”

Buffalo Lands Point Guard Bearden
Thursday, 12 September 2013

ImageZags Blog: Lamonte Bearden, a 6-foot-3, 165-pound point guard from Germantown (WI) High, pledged to Buffalo and coach Bobby Hurley Tuesday night.

“I love their program and most of all, the coaches,” he told “I’ll be able to create plays off the ball screen with Bob Hurley coaching me.”

A long, athletic player with a huge upside, Bearden led Germantown to a 28-0 record and the state title last season. He visited Buffalo this past weekend and ultimately chose them over Oregon State and Green Bay, he told Minnesota, Creighton, Butler, Purdue and Iowa State all expressed interest.


Drew Hackett talks UIC commitment
Monday, 09 September 2013
ImageHoops247: UIC has done a great job getting a jump start on the class of 2015.  They were consistently watching many of the top 16U teams during the July evaluation period.

The Flames grabbed their first commitment in that class with a verbal from Munster (IN) and Illinois Wolves 16U combo guard Drew Hackett on Thursday.  The junior spoke about why UIC was his choice.

“It’s an amazing location to where my family would be able to see all of my home games and even most of my away games.  Also they have a great coaching staff that I feel very comfortable with.  I’d be able to fit in their program very well and be successful at it.  It’s a great school for business with many connections to the Chicago land area.”

Fayetteville Academy's Zane Waterman commits to Manhattan
Monday, 09 September 2013

ImageFayetteville Observer: Fayetteville Academy basketball standout Zane Waterman, a 6-foot-8 senior with perimeter skills, committed to Manhattan on Sunday.

Waterman, who has received roughly 10 Division I scholarship offers, averaged 25.9 points and 11.7 rebounds while leading his team to an 18-9 record as a junior. He recorded 18 double-doubles and was named to the NCISAA 2-A all-state team.

Waterman narrowed his list of finalists to Manhattan, Charlotte and Saint Joseph's last month before declaring that he was re-opening his recruitment. He took an official visit to Manhattan over the weekend and met up with Brooklyn Nets rookie Mason Plumlee, a former Duke star, after dinner on Saturday night.

"He had a great visit, was very impressed with everything," Fayetteville Academy coach Justin McClendon said.


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