From this Peter J. Suter article—“Rams hoop signings bring new beginnings”—comes a number of recruiting tidbits:”
“…guard Terrell Brown, named Player of the Year and the Rams leading scorer will play for New Mexico State University…” Here’s a bit more on Brown’s situation.
“…forward Ben Borja is looking to sign at Cal Maritime College…”
“…Undecided guard Dexter Hood has offers at Thomas University, William Penn University, and Lindsey Wilson College…”
“…Guard Curtis Witt is contemplating walking on at the University of Nevada in Reno….”
A good guy lands in a good spot.
Belarus native Dmitry Ryuny has committed to USF.
Jeff Borzello: “2018 power forward Dmitry Ryuny just committed to San Francisco, source told ESPN. Belarus native had offers from Alabama, Texas Tech and Tulane. Put up big numbers at the U18 European Championships last summer and played on the Adidas Gauntlet this spring.”
Mike Schmitz: “Ryuny is a home run get for USF. First evaluated him when he was a skinny 6-6 wing @ the 2016 U16 Bs in Sofia, & the Belarusian combo forward has improved at every stop since then. Now 6-9, fluid athlete, can handle, shoot & pass. Has instincts defensively.”
Malik Pope is now a graduate of San Diego State.
Conner Jackson: “After long consideration I have decided to reclassify to the 2019 class and attend Hillcrest Prep next year. Thank you to all the people who have truly believed in me throughout this journey @Hillcrest_Hoops” The 6-foot-2 guard attended Dublin High.
Kameron Burris-Garofalo, 6-foot-5 and out of Liberty High in Bakersfield, is headed to Notre Dame de Namur.
From “Vulcans add seven to men’s hoop program” comes this: “Jordan Graves is a 6-2 point guard from Santa Rosa College. Last season, he averaged ten points a game and 5.5 rebounds a contest. He started in 28 games for a Bear Cub team that went 25-5 on the season, was 16-0 in the Big 8 Conference and advanced to the California Junior College Final Four. Had an assist-to-turnover ratio of 3.2 (145 assists/44 TO’s), ranking in the top five in the state.
Graves went to North Monterey (Calif.) High School , where is the school’s all-time leading scorer and was the county Most Valuable Player.”
Humboldt State lands three new talents:
SD Miramar Jets: “Congrats to Deion Alston on Signing his NLI to Humboldt State Lumberjacks!!!”
Devin Aye: “Copper Mountain College forward TreVon Bentley signs his full scholarship & NLI to NCAA II program Humboldt State University! Very proud of this young man!”
John Bynum Jr: “Jamarlin Jackson (Mendocino) has committed to Humboldt State University. Jackson averaged 25.6 points and 9.3 rebounds last season for the Eagles.”
“Sophomore standout announces departure from CSUEB”—Matthew Carrera