Recruit Roundup: October 13th-22nd

Recruit Roundup will highlight the various high school hoopers who have made their college decisions. There is so much going on in the world of recruiting, that it can be so hard to follow. Not anymore. Check in with us and catch up on all of the multitude of players committing to NCAA D1 universities. This is the past week in commitments.

  • Keshawn Williams (6’1″/PG/Chicago Heights, IL) – Tulsa
  • Godsgift Ezedinma (6’7″/PF/Sulphur Springs, TX) – Incarnate Word
  • Efemena Abogidi (6’10″/C/Nigeria) – Washington State
  • Johnathan DeJurnett (6’7″/PF/Memphis, TN) – Evansville
  • Bryce Johnson ( 6’7″/SF/Stockton, CA) – Sacred Heart
  • Tristan Maxwell (6’2″/SG/Huntersville, NC) – Georgia Tech
  • Kris Murray (6’8″/SF/Cedar Rapids, IA) – Iowa
  • Keegan Murray (6’8″/SF/Cedar Rapids, IA) – Iowa
  • RJ Davis (6’1″/PG/White Plains, NY) – North Carolina
  • Samuel Mennenga (6’8″/PF/Auckland, New Zealand) – Davidson
  • Owen Spencer (6’9″/C/Cincinnati, OH) – The Citadel
  • Tony Perkins (6’4″/SG/Indianapolis, IN) – Iowa
4-star F D’Andre Davis is a huge addition to the Cards
  • D’Andre Davis (6’5″/Guard/Indianapolis, IN) – Louisville
  • Evan Joyner (6’8″/SF/ Browns Summit, NC) – North Carolina A&T
  • Lawrence Foreman (6’9″/PF/Kingston, Jamaica) – Rider
  • LaDamien Bradford (6’4″/SG/Jonesboro, LA) – Texas A&M
  • Ja’Von Benson (6’8″/PF/Columbia, SC) – South Carolina
  • John Hugley IV (6’8″/PF/Lyndhurst, OH) – Pittsburgh
F Quintin Metcalf will add a great presence in the low post for the Bonnies
  • Quintin Metcalf (6’8″/PF/Seoul, South Korea) – St. Bonaventure
  • Hassan Diarra (6’3″/PG/Flushing, NY) – Texas A&M
  • Javohn Garcia (6’2″/SG/Pickerington, OH) – Massachusetts
  • Isaiah Todd (6’10″/PF/Raleigh, NC) – Michigan

As a consensus Top 15 player in the 2020 recruiting class, Todd chose head coach Juwan Howard and the Michigan Wolverines over the Kansas Jayhawks.

The Salukis got their floor general for years to come with Eric Butler
  • Eric Butler (6’3″/PG/Orlando, FL) – Southern Illinois
  • Javonte Johnson (6’5″/SF/Colorado Springs, CO) – New Mexico
  • Bryce Monroe (5’10″/PG/San Francisco, CA) – Sam Houston State
  • Gethro Muscadin (6’10″/C/Gonaives, Haiti) – Kansas
  • Chance McMillan (6’3″/PG/Vallejo, CA) – Grand Canyon
  • Kyndall Davis (6’6″/SF/Chicago, IL) – LIU Brooklyn
  • Ryan Evans (6’3″/SG/Rancho Santa Margarita, CA) – Cal Poly
  • Cameron Steele (6’7″/Forward/Minnetonka, MN) – Abilene Christian
  • Max Amadasun (6’10″/C/Dublin, Ireland) – Pittsburgh
  • Marques Warrick (6’3″/SG/Lexington, KY) – Northern Kentucky
  • Isaiah Johnson (6’6″/SF/Irvine, CA) – Oregon State
  • Chris Biekeu (6’7″/PF/Montreal, Canada) – Towson
5-star F Scottie Barnes will be an absolute force for the Seminoles
  • Scottie Barnes (6’8″/Forward/West Palm Beach, FL) – Florida State
  • Jamal Mashburn, Jr. (6’2″/PG/Miami, FL) Minnesota

The son of former NBA star Jamal Mashburn is headed to Richard Pitino’s Minnesota Golden Gophers. He will team up with, 6’10” underrated big man Matrice Mitchell to form a solid 2020 recruiting class.

  • Kaleim Taylor (6’3″/PG/Milwaukee, WI) – Milwaukee
Temple F Quincy Ademokoya’s versatility will be a huge asset for the Owls
  • Quincy Ademokoya (6’5″/SF/Lawrenceville, GA) – Temple
  • John Thomas Tan (6’8″/PF/San Pedro, CA) – Lehigh
  • Garvin Clarke (6’0″/PG/Euclid, OH) – Akron
  • Davonte Davis (6’4″/PG/Jacksonville, AR) – Arkansas
  • Alex Huibregtse (6’3″/SG/Grafton, WI) – Wright State