March 16th, 2012
New York Recruiting Report
Hall vs. Fludd... Calhoun's future with UConn?... Jefferson capsule... Cavanaugh, Lawrence ready for MKC.. More on Sampson... PSAL press conference
The Huskies have just one signed player for next season, Christ the King shooting guard Omar Calhoun. They are involved with several big men, including Nerlens Noel and Chris Obekpa, but if the team faces a postseason ban that could impact what those recruits decide. In a worst-case scenario, if both Oriakhi and Drummond leave and the team doesn’t add any quality bigs to replace them, they could face a real disadvantage in the frontcourt.
PSAL boys basketball beat writer Zach Braziller breaks down the No. 1 Thomas Jefferson Orange wave in advance of Sunday’s Class AA boys basketball championship game at Madison Square Garden at noon.
Cavanaugh Ready For The 2012 Mary Kline Classic- The Recruit Scoop
The 2012 Mary Kline Classic is excited to have Tyler Cavanaugh committed to play in it’s senior game for the Blue team.
Lawrence Ready For The 2012 Mary Kline Classic- The Recruit Scoop
The 2012 Mary Kline Classic is excited to have Jermaine Lawrence committed to play in it’s underclassmen game for the Blue team.
Sampson's pledge means more this time- ESPN.com
When Jakarr Sampson (Akron, Ohio/Brewster Academy) committed to St. John’s for the first time it was in the fall of 2010. At the time, Sampson was an ESPNU 100 forward and just one piece of a huge nine-player class that had Steve Lavin suddenly being hailed as the savior of the Johnnies' basketball program.
The PSAL hosted its annual press conference at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday for the PSAL Class AA city championship games. Each of the participating coaches -- McKee/Staten Island Tech’s Peter LaMarca, Murry Bergtrum’s Ed Grezinsky and on the boys side Jefferson’s Lawrence (Bud) Pollard and Boys & Girls Ruth Lovelace -- addressed the media and the teams.