Saint Peter’s Hoops Offers Roane State CC’s Cearius Warren

Warren also holds an offer from Morgan State University, per

Red Storm Hoops Offers Cali HS Forward Maximo Adams

The 6-foot-6, 180-pound Adams, 15, holds offers from Texas, Syracuse, California Baptist, Kansas City, Xaiver, Oregon, Mississippi State and Kansas, according to sources.

St. John’s Hoops Offers Sought After Prospect George School’s Christian Bliss

Bliss made the all-state boys’ basketball team in the non-profit Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) school classification last season.

St. John’s Hoops Offers Top Texas HS Guard Dink Pate

The 6-foot-7, 180-pound Dallas, Texas, native now has 22 D1 offers under his belt, including Memphis, Oklahoma State, Texas, Ole Miss, Houston, Wichita State, among others.

Jalen Miller Leaving Rutgers, Enters Transfer Portal

Scarlet Knights head coach Steve Pikiel described the 6-foot-2, 220-pound Washington, D.C., native as a high-energy defender.

Sophomore Matthew Gonzalez Enters Transfer Portal After 2 Years with St. Francis Brooklyn Hoops

Gonzalez appeared in a total of five games in the 2022-23 campaign.

Nicole Melious Paces Wagner Hoops to Semifinal Win Over Grand Street

Melius, who is committed to La Salle, posted a double-double of 37 points and 11 assists, to go along with seven rebounds in a winning effort.

Saint Peter’s Hoops Lands Commit from Colby CC’s Elijah Wood

The Silver Spring, Md., native average 9.9 points, 3.0 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game over 29 contests this past season.

JUCO Guard Julian Mackey Picks Up 5th D1 Hoops Offer from LIU Brooklyn

Mackey, a sophomore, has averaged 20.1 points, five rebounds and four assists per game with 56 steals across 27 contests this season with the Norsemen, who play in the National Junior College Athletic Assocation (NJCAA) Region II.

Matthew Hodge of St. Rose Earns 3rd, 4th Hoops Offers from Maryland, Saint Louis

Hodge led St. Rose in points with 413, rebounds with 249, assists with 96 and blocks with 36 in 2022-23.