The rising junior is a dynamic two-way player who displays excellent court vision, can shoot the three with proficiency, rebounds well for a guard, never takes a play off, and is a solid defender, Hooper NY head coach Dan Melious noted.
Additionally, the 6-foot, 160-pound Williams has offers from St. Peter's (NJ) and Sacred Heart.
Anglin dropped in 195 points, grabbed 33 rebounds, and dished out 47 assists in seven games this past season, goos for a a 27.86 ppg, 4.71 rpg, and 6.71 apg average.
In addition to St, Peter's, the 6-foot-7 freshman has offers from Georgia Tech, Rider, and Manhattan College.
Additionally, the 6-foot-9, 237-pound Coconut Creek, Fla., native owns offers from Wofford, Florida Gulf Coast, Troy, and Stetson.
Additionally, the 7-foot, 207-pound power forward, who can also handle has standing offers from LSU, Texas A&M, Nebraska, and TSU.
The 6-foot-8 Spring Valley, NY, native spent the past three seasons at St, Joseph (Mont.) in New Jersey, draining 428 points in 56 games before his post-graduate prep year at Our Saviour Lutheran.
The Stony Brook offer is the first one for the 6-foot-7 Dunn, who also suits up for the AAU Jayhawks.
In addition to Hofstra, Smith owns offers from Iona, Boston College, Marquette, Presbyterian, Alabama, South Carolina, Texas A&M, TCU, LSU, Nebraska, and DePaul, according to VerbalCommits.com.
Graziano also suits up for the AAU New York Jayhawks.