Blair Academy’s Kyle Cuffe Jr. Picks Up Another Offer from Providence Men’s Basketball

Providence Frias Men’s Basketball.

The offers keep coming in for rising junior Blair Academy (NJ) combo guard Kyle Cuffe Jr. (2022), as Division-1 Providence offered him a basketball scholarship, he Tweeted yesterday. 

Along with Providence, Cuffe Jr. has standing offers from UCLA, Pittsburg, UCONN, St. John’s. Senton Hall, Iona, Hofstra, Holly Cross, and Manhattan.

The six-foot-one, 173-pounder is a four-star recruit and ranked as one of the top five guards and one of the top 60 sophomores in the nation in his class, according to Pittsburg Sport Now.

Cuffe Jr. is also ranked No. 2 in his class in the state of New Jersey, per

Cuffe Jr., who plays AAU ball for the highly successful PSA Cardinals program, is a fantastic defensive player who uses his athletic skills to transition to offense and get to the hoop. 

Cuffe Jr. drained 113 points and grabbed nine boards in eight tilts played for the Blair Academy Bucs this past season. 

Cuffe Jr.’s dad, Kyle Cuffe Sr. suited up for the Red Storm basketball program from 2001-04 and averaged 11.2 and 7.2 rebounds per game while in Queens, New York. 

The Frias posted a 19-12 record and went 12-6 in the Big East conference. 

— Jerry Del Priore 

Del Priore is a sports writer/blogger with several years of experience in covering high school, college, minor league sports, as well as other levels of athletics. 

Additionally, Del Priore is the author of a book about sports heroes called Running Through Roadblocks: Inspirational Stories of Twenty Courageous Athletic Warriors.


This donation, small or not, allows me to keep offering high school, college, and minor league sports, plus other levels of sports, to athletes who otherwise might get overlooked. They deserve the press and recognition. Therefore, help me help them. Thanks, Jerry Del Priore




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