Providence Hoops Offers Two Stepinac HS Hoop Stars: Fland, Carbuccia


Providence Men’s’ Basketball program today has doubled down and offered two Archbishop Stepinac guards: Sophomore Johnuel Boogie” Fland, Jr. and freshman Danny Carbuccia, per Twitter reports.

Stepinac’s Danny Carbuccia and Boogie Fland pick up Providence offers.

Additionally, the 6-foot-1, 160-pound Carbuccia currently holds offers from Seton Hall, Fairfield, Robert Morris, St. Peter’s (NJ), Fordham, St. Bonaventure, LIU Brooklyn, St. Louis, and Stony Brook, per sources.

Considered one of the top point guards in the nation by several high school hoop insiders, Carbuccia played for the Federation International Basketball Association (FIBA) Americas 16U 2021 Dominican Republic squad, averaging 12.7 points, 1.3 rebounds, and 5.3 assists per game in the tournament.

In addition to Providence, the 6-foot-2, 165-pound Fland now holds offers from St. John’s, Fordham, Miami, UCLA, TCU, Seton Hall, Kansas State, Connecticut, St. Bonaventure, Maryland, Pittsburg, Maryland, LIU Brooklyn, Rider, Siena, Illinois, Virgina Tech, and Bryant.

Fland, who also plays for the AAU PSA Cardinals, is an excellent two-way player that many high school basketball insiders consider owning a high ceiling due to his overall athletic ability and youth.

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— Jerry Del Priore

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