Recruiting Rundown

30 Oct

After a weekend of visits two more Ohio prospects, plus another guard who is very familiar with the Buckeye State, are all off of the board to Division I schools. Here is the latest news from around the state…..

  • Duane Gibson– ’13 Cleveland VASJ PG: Gibson committed to Evansville, a division one program in Indiana, on Monday afternoon, just hours after returning from campus for an official visit. The athletic 6’1 point guard was considered one of Ohio’s top sleeper prospects, and someone who has really improved over the last year. Gibson chose Evansville over IPFW and Robert Morris.

    Maurice O’Field

  • Maurice O’Field – ’13 Cleveland John Hay SF: Ohio’s top athlete in the senior class chose division one East Tennessee State University on Monday afternoon. After a recent visit to campus O’Field decided that ETSU was the best place to take his talents. At 6’4 and with game-changing leaping ability, O’Field should bring energy to the college game. The Cleveland native chose ETSU over Ashland College in Ohio.
  • Jaylon Brown – ’13 Fishers (IN) PG: An Ohio native from the Cincinnati suburbs, the super athletic 6’0 point guard became the second floor general to commit to Evansville yesterday when he made the call on Monday evening. Brown played AAU ball with an Ohio outfit in the Martin’s Wolverines out of Zanesville, and was considered to be one of the more athletic point guards on the national circuit. The scoring minded guard chose Evansville over Illinois State, Ohio University, American, St. Bonaventure and Miami (OH).
  • Conner Kern – ’14 Pickerington Central SG/SF: The pure shooter from Columbus, who blew up in the spring with All-Ohio Red on the AAU circuit, made a commitment to one of the top division II schools in the country last week when he chose Wheeling Jesuit (W.V.). Not just a shooter, but also a tough and tenacious player, Kern should be an ideal fit for the WJU style of play.
  • Isaiah Jones – ’15 Cincinnati Woodward PG: Jones has seen a steady rise in his recruitment over the fall and is now planning on taking a visit to West Virginia the weekend of November 9th. That visit will be an unofficial one, and Jones could also take a few more visits before the high school season begins at the end of the month. Per his family, Jones now has interest from 7 division I programs, with West Virginia being the most high profile school involved at the moment.
  • Devon Price – ’13 Pickerington North SG: The under the radar scoring guard from Hidden Gems AAU has added two division II offers to his list, per his AAU coach. Those offers are St. Thomas (FL) and St. Joseph’s (IN), to go along with a previously existing division II offer from South Carolina-Aiken.
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