Doral Moore, a 7-foot center from Montverde (FL) Academy, plans to visit Illinois and Wake Forest, but has no other plans at the moment.
The visit to Illinois is set for the weekend of Sept. 26 and the Wake Forest visit is not yet set.
“I’m not really sure right now, I still have to talk to my parents,” Moore said Tuesday by phone from Montverde, where he is getting acclimated to his new team that includes Ben Simmons, Noah Dickerson and EJ Montgomery.
Moore recently cut his list to five schools — Kentucky, Ohio State, Florida, Wake Forest, and Illinois. To read more of this story, click here
Bryant Crawford, a 6-foot-3 point guard from Washington, D.C. Gonzaga, visited SMU this past weekend and enjoyed it.
He will trip to Wake Forest and Georgetown over the next two weekends.
“It was fun, a nice experience,” Crawford told SNY.tv of SMU.
Like many recruits, Crawford said he enjoyed spending time with Naismith Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown.
“[He said I would] just come in as a point guard [and] I would have to earn my spot,” Crawford said. ” “And I enjoy being with him. We had a nice conversation, whether he was telling stories about his former players or different games. Just sitting down and talking with him and eating dinner, he’s a nice guy, fun to be with.” To read more of this story, click here
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Iona Prep (N.Y.) point guard Ty Jerome recently took visits to GW and UVA, and he says that he liked both schools immensely.
“I really enjoyed both of my visits,” Jerome told SNY.tv. “They are two completely different schools, but I enjoyed both of them. Virginia is in more of a college town, and the campus is beautiful. GW is more in the city.” To read more of this story, click here
Carlton Bragg is down to five schools.
The 6-foot-8 Cleveland (OH) Villa-Angela St. Joseph power forward is down to Kansas, Kentucky, Illinois, Arizona and UCLA.
As previously reported, he will visit Kansas Oct. 10 and Kentucky Oct. 17 on unofficials. Those are his only visits at the moment.
Bragg also has a home visit with Kansas Sept. 11 and one with UCLA Sept. 27, his mentor Michael Graves told SNY.tv. To read more of this story, click here
Brandon Ingram has cut his list to six schools — three traditional out-of-state powerhouses and three schools in the state of North Carolina.
The 6-foot-8 2015 forward from Kinston (N.C.) Tweeted that he’s down to North Carolina, Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, UCLA and N.C. State.
He recently visited UCLA, Duke and North Carolina, and told SNY.tv in the above video he plans to visit Kansas (Oct. 10) and Kentucky (Oct. 17) for their respective Midnight Madness events.
“I know [in] October I’ll be at Kansas [for] ‘Late Night in the Phog,’” Ingram said. “I know I’ll get out to Kentucky.”
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Jaylen Brown, the No. 1 player in the Class of 2015 according to Scout.com, will take official visits to Kansas Oct. 10 for “Late Night in the Phog” and to Kentucky Oct. 17 for “Big Blue Madness,” Desmond Eastmond of the Worldwide Renegades told SNY.tv.
“The only two visits he has set are Kansas and Kentucky,” Eastmond said.
The 6-foot-6 Marietta (GA) Wheeler small forward is also considering UCLA, which he visited recently, and Georgia and Georgia Tech, which he has visited multiple times, among others.
As for Kansas, Brown recently told Scout.com that he wants to learn more about head coach Bill Self, with assistant Norm Roberts also a strong presence. To read more of this story, click here
Chris Silva, the 6-foot-9 2015 power forward from Roselle Catholic, enjoyed his official visit to Seton Hall this week and will trip to Rhode Island next.
“[It was] a lot of fun combined with hard work,” Silva told SNY.tv by text.
He said Pirates coach Kevin Willard said “some nice and good things involving my game like playing time and how I am going to fit and the work I am going to have to put in.”
Silva is friendly with current Seton Hall freshman Angel Delgado and added that he “knows almost everybody” on the team. To read more of this story, click here
After recently “trimming” his list to 10, former Arizona commit Tyler Dorsey now has a final six.
“Final 6 are (in alpha order): AZ State, Cal, Colorado, Kansas, Oregon & UNLV. Will visit 1st 5 officially and UNLV unofficially,” he Tweeted.
The 6-foot-5 2015 lead guard will visit Oregon Sept. 5-7, Colorado Sept. 19-21, Kansas for “Late Night in the Phog” Oct. 10-12 and Arizona State Oct. 17-19.
He cut St. John’s, along with Georgetown, Louisville and UConn.
Johnnies coach Steve Lavin had targeted Dorsey, along with Isaiah BRiscoe and Brandon Sampson, among high school guards in the Class of 2015. To read more of this story, click here
Four-star power forward Esa Ahmad has a final five, his father told SNY.tv Thursday.
The 6-foot-7 power forward from Cleveland (OH) Shaker Height is down to Ohio State, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Maryland and Oregon.
“Esa wanted to play in either the Big Ten, Big 12 or Pac-12,” Ibby Ahmad told SNY.tv.
He kicks off his visits with a trip to Maryland this weekend.
Other visits are “in the works,” his dad said.
“I want to make sure I pick the right school for me, the right fit and coming in to have an impact as a freshman,” Ahmad recently told SNY.tv.
Ahmad closed his excellent summer with a top performance at the Nike Global Challenge. Ahmad showed great chemistry with top guards and used his versatility. He went 8-for-9 for Team USA Midwest in the third place game.
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Henry Ellenson has cut his list to Kentucky, Marquette and Michigan State.
Reggie Rankin from ESPN was the first to report the news.
Bob Bradovich of Wisconsin WQOW News 18 reported Ellenson will visit Michigan State Sept. 20, Marquette Sept. 26 but he has not set date to visit Kentucky.
Ranked No. 9 in the Class of 2015 by 247 Sports, Ellenson averaged 18 points per game for Wisconsin Playground this summer on the EYBL Circuit. To read more of this story, click here