The 6-foot-2 point, 175-pound point guard nearly averaged 18 points, seven boards, and two steals per contest last year with Blair Academy.
Top NYC hoops player Ryan Myers is going to Iona, while top NJ Girls' High Schooler Destiny Adams is headed to UNC.
Blakes is known to be a good student, with an admirable work ethic. Plus, he enjoyed a solid high hoops season, scoring 207 points in 11 tilts, good for an 18.81 points per game average.
Hima had offers from a number of D-1 colleges, including Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Robert Morris, St. Bonaventure, and Virginia Commonwealth University, per NJ.com. But went with Duquesne in the end.
Although Jefferis missed the first 13 games of the 2019-20 high school basketball season, he managed to score 204 points, grabbed 97 rebounds, dish out 45 assists, and make 39 steals in 15 contests. The Jersey City, N.J., native averaged 13.6 ppg.
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.
Farrakhan played with IMG Academy, in Bradenton, Florida, early on during his high school days. But transferred to The Patrick School, which has produced hoop greats such as the Brooklyn Nets' Kyrie Irving, to finish out his high school career.
Patterson holds college offers from include Indiana, Auburn, Cincinnati, UConn, Florida, Georgetown, Georgia, Maryland, Rutgers, NC State, Tennessee, Miami, UCLA, Villanova, Xavier, TCU, and Wake Forest