Recruiting 2023 offers

duncanlamb

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This is the one ive been waiting for since last spring!

Dude goes to lake braddock..is a 2 sports star. Played QB and has half a dozen FB power 5 offers already. He is also is a helluva scorer, averaged 27.5 ppg as a sophomore(good #47 in the nation)..has parking lot shooting range... Transferred from braddock to Bishop Ireton this fall to play in the catholic league. Played on team durant this summer in EYBL with buchanen, Judah Mintz, Lamothe and company
 

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This is the one ive been waiting for since last spring!

Dude goes to lake braddock..is a 2 sports star. Played QB and has half a dozen FB power 5 offers already. He is also is a helluva scorer, averaged 27.5 ppg as a sophomore(good #47 in the nation)..has parking lot shooting range... Transferred from braddock to Bishop Ireton this fall to play in the catholic league. Played on team durant this summer in EYBL with buchanen, Judah Mintz, Lamothe and company
I noticed he has offers from Maryland, Pitt, and Creighton, among others, and has interest from SDSU, Wisconsin, UVA, Stanford, and UCF.
 

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I noticed he has offers from Maryland, Pitt, and Creighton, among others, and has interest from SDSU, Wisconsin, UVA, Stanford, and UCF
Pitt and Maryland are football. He has a cannon.



He is also a walking bucket on the basketball court. 27.ppg, 9.5 rpg and 2.5 spg as a sophomore. Played with 16 and under team durrant in EYBL this past summer.



As he gets more national explosure in the wcac, you gonna see him start racking some high major offers. He does have interest from vandy, uva, and wisconsin in both sports.
 
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May be nothing in the end but very talented 2023 PG London Johnson (#25 in the nation and close to being a 5 ⭐️ PG) seems to like VCU, or at least we’re on his radar. He follows coach Rhoades on Twitter and he likes VCU basketball related tweets from time to time. (You can check that for yourself) Would be very cool! Who knows? I guess it’s possible?! I like to be on the optimistic side about our future recruiting since were obviously on an upward trend in that department.
 

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Matt Brady’s grind.

Elmarko Jackson

Ranking: No. 48

Jackson is a guard that Maryland has been invested in. He’s starting to climb up the rankings and rightfully so given his elite athleticism and versatile scoring ability from the lead guard position. Maryland has hosted Jackson for an unofficial visit this fall already. Now that he has blossomed into a top-50 prospect, I expect more schools who haven’t yet offered to get involved, but up to this point Maryland, VCU, Seton Hall, Penn State, Minnesota, Ole Miss and Cal are the high majors who have officially offered the New Jersey native.

Jahnathan Lamothe

Ranking: No. 90

Lamothe comes in ranked at No. 90. AAU Teammate of Kwame Evans, he was productive as a primary ball-handler for Team Durant throughout the summer. Once the June 15th date arrived, over two dozen high major programs offered or contacted Lamothe and began recruiting him. The Terps have already hosted him for an unofficial visit and are looking to set up an official visit with the sharpshooting 6-foot-4 guard. A Baltimore native, Lamothe holds Maryland in high regard as he cuts his list to 10 on December 12, Maryland should feel good about seeing their name included.

Carlton Carrington

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Ranking: No. 147

Carrington is another high-ceiling guard who Maryland is tracking closely. When it’s all said and done, they should have a great chance with him given a multitude of factors. Now nearing 6-foot-4, Carrington stood just 5-foot-9 as a freshman and has since emerged as a shooter that can fill it up quickly from three and mid-range. He’s an extremely hard worker, which leads me to believe by the time his senior year is over, he’ll be a much more confident and complete player. Carrington will play for St. Frances Academy in Baltimore alongside Lamothe. Up until last month, he was a bit of an unknown prospect, but used the EYBL Circuit with Team Melo and other camps to bring light to his name. George Mason, Rutgers and VCU are other programs that have begun recruiting Carrington with some aggression as of late.

 
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