Oct 15, 2011

Weekend Recruiting News.....

  • Colerain senior wing Eli'sha Campbell tells CPHR that he is getting the most interest from Miami (OH) with Toledo, Akron, Arkansas, and Miami (FL) also showing some interest. Campbell expects the Redhawks to offer as soon as he gets the results back from his latest ACT test. 
  • Geovonie McKnight enjoyed his trip to Eastern Kentucky for a quick unofficial visit. Due to travel complications McKnight didn't get to see everything he had planned on seeing but did get to watch the team conduct a workout. Geovonie told CPHR that he plans to wait until after his senior season to make a college choice.
  • CPHR would like to congratulate former Aiken SF Darren Goodson, a '09 graduate currently at Pensacola State Community College (FL), on committing to play at Kent State next season. Goodson, who was considered on of Ohio's top seniors in 2009 was originally signed to play at Bowling Green before going the Junior College route. A 6'5 slasher with power and a tough minded attitude Goodson can score with anyone and has the athleticism to create matchup problems in the MAC. 
  • After big weekend's at the Queen City Superstars Showcase CPHR got great feedback from Division II and III college coaches on some of the local big men. Coaches from 6 different schools mentioned Floyd Lee (West High), Chris Connell (Woodward), Brandon Murphy (Fairfield), and Zach McCorkle (Winton Woods) as guys that they will be watching closely during their senior seasons. 
  • Paul Woodson had good things to say about his visit to pre-season #2 ranked Divsion II Lincoln Memorial in Tennessee. Woodson also plans on re-visiting top 15 pre-season Division II Central State (near Dayton) this week. While those two schools are out in the lead for Woodson he is considering some other schools. Woodson has pushed back his decision date from next week to late November, right before the start of HS games. 
  • Division II Kentucky State has begun recruiting West High PG Lionel "Bubba" Hill. An under the radar scoring guard with great speed and a pure jumper Hill will be a steal for any coach at the Division II level. Similar to Taft's Orlando Berry Jr he lacks size but has a big game to make up for it. 

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