#pcbb Weekly Recruiting Update 4/18/14

  • The Northeast Hoops Festival was played last weekend in Hanover, MA. ESPN’s Adam Finkelstein recapped the event and mentioned a few PC recruits that were there. On 2015 Cheick Diallo: “[the] combination of sheer size and talent is obviously staggering, but equally impressive is the…motor..as..[he] play[s] tremendously hard on both ends of the floor.” On 2015 Jarred Reuter: “This was as good as Brewster Academy and New England Playaz big man Jarred Reuter has looked in quite some time. He logged major minutes to showcase his improved conditioning, was as assertive as he’s ever been going to the rim and seems to be figuring out how to best utilize his wide and powerful frame to create space and cause mismatch problems.” On 2017 Makai Ashton-Langford: “recently reclassified Makai Ashton-Langford (Mass Rivals) solidified [himself] as [one] of the best point guard prospects the Northeast region has in the 2017 class.” On 2017 Tomas Murphy: “ew England Playaz forward Tomas Murphy wasn’t necessarily at his best after missing time during the high school season with injury, but there wasn’t another ninth-grader who made as many plays that translate to the next level, as he combined jump hooks over both shoulders with rhythm 3s.”
  • The So-Cal Hoop Review was played last weekend. ESPN’s Joel Francisco mentions some of the elite players in the field. PC recruit 2015 Bennie Boatwright is mentioned under the “Best Shooters” category by Francisco:

Bennie Boatwright 
2015, PF, 6-8, 210 pounds 

Boatwright is a gawky 4 who is still growing and could reach 6-10. His jump shot is smooth and his range is around 25 feet. He isn’t overly bouncy or quick and he struggles handling the ball against pressure. In addition, he needs to learn to affect the game more consistently in rebounding and defense. 

  • Paschal Chukwu will be playing in the Jordan Brand Classic Regional game today at 4:30pm at the Barclays Center. To see the full roster of players in this game, click here. There are a good amount of future Big East players that will play so if you are in the area, it might be worthwhile to skip out of work and head to the Barclays Center for this one.
  • Kyron Cartwright is expected to sign his National Letter of Intent with PC today.. The Spring signing period began on April 16th and goes through May 21st.
  • Devonte Graham has named his final 5 and PC made the cut. He has scheduled 3 visits already and he hasn’t been clear on whether he will take all 5 visits. It looks like NC State will be tough to beat but I’ll never count Ed Cooley out. The visits that are planned so far are to Kansas (April 18-19), N.C. State (April 20-21) and Virginia (April 25-26).



  • 2015 point guard recruit, Justin Robinson for St. James (MD) received an offer from Maryland on April 12th and then on April 13th he injured his ankle. He initially tweeted that it was a broken ankle and he would be out 2-3 weeks and was hoping to be back in time for the EYBL Session I in Sacramento but that tweet has since been deleted. Broken ankles don’t usually take 2-3 weeks to heal to my knowledge so it will be interesting to see when the next time Robinson suits up will be.

  • New highlight video of 2015 recruit Eric Davis out of Michigan:
  • Because of NCAA rules, this weekend’s AAU events cannot be attended by Division 1 coaches. Here is a list of notable events happening this weekend:

Real Deal in the Rock (Little Rock, Ark.)
Hoop Group Southern Jam Fest (Hampton, Va.)
Las Vegas Easter Showdown (Las Vegas)
Houston Easter Classic (Spring, Tx.)


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