Molloy’s Cole Anthony Transferring to Oak Hill Academy


By Jerry Del Priore

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Rising Senior Cole Anthony, son of former New York Knicks Greg Anthony, after a win earlier in the 2017-18 Hoops season.

While Cole Anthony is in the process of narrowing down to one school from the many colleges choices he has on his list, the six-foot-three combo guard had another important decision to make: Where is going to attend high school for his senior year?

Well, Anthony will be leaving Archbishop Molloy (Queens, NY) to attend Oak Hill Academy (VA) to finish out his high school career.

“We’re deciding to attend Oak Hill Academy,” he said on ESPNU.

He said wanted to play against the best possible competition out there, per ESPNU announcers.

Several big time college basketball schools continue to flock  to wherever he’s been playing this summer, including North Carolina, Louisville, Oregon, Michigan, Notre Dame, and Georgetown, according to Zagsblog.com.

Anthony, the No. 3 ranked player and the No. 1 combo guard in the Class of 2019, according to 247Sports, is expected to get more serious about is recruitment in August.

Anthony enjoyed an excellent summer on the hardwood. He played five games at Peach Jam, averaging 26.2 points, 8.4 rebounds, 4.8 assists, and two steals per game, as the PSA Cardinals finished with a 2-3 record.

Before that, Anthony captured the 2018 NIKE EYBL (Elite Youth Basketball League) regular season Most Valuable Player award, averaging 26.9 points, 7.6 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.4 steals per game across 16 games during the spring/summer season.

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