I watched two highlight video's of Kylen Milton. Not only is he very athletic, but he finishes with both hands around the basket. He is rated Two Stars, but looks like a Three Star to me. But, I have to admit, I have no idea how you get a Three Star rating. Also, he knows the name of the college that has offered him a scholarship. IMO, he's be a great get.
Ibrahima Jarjou - 6'8" PF playing for the Core4 Post Grad Team. Originally from Senegal. Strong, athletic and with great timing. Blocks shots, uses his body well to establish position. Reported to be very mature, a good student, speaks five languages and is a very hard worker. Offers from Indiana State, Georgia State, ETSU and Arkansas State.
Jarjou is another athletic forward that made his presence felt consistently on both ends of the floor at the Battle for Georgia. He is a vicious attacker when going up for dunks and is a prospect that you can put in pick and roll situations with a crafty guard for lob opportunities. He is elite on the defensive end, blocking and altering shots every time someone attempts to drive the lane. His showing at the Battle for Georgia reminded me of McEachern and AOT’s Babatunde Akingbola (Auburn) with his length at 6’8”, first and second jump on the glass, and rim-protecting ability. He was another key component to Atlanta Xpress 17U runner-up finish and he should be a key factor in his final prep campaign at Greenforest Christian Academy. - Top Big Men at the Battle for Georgia Showcase - Prep Hoops - Donta Eberhardt
As BRF has pointed out an offer isn't a commit. And, I didn't see many/any posts that said the Staff was just sitting around. Speaking for myself, I pointed out that recruiting depends on kids knowing who will be our HC, next year. And, I've also said that the recruiting activity is a positive sign that TC will return.
2019-2020 Men's Basketball Div 1 Recruiting Schedule:
Division I Men’s Basketball Recruiting Calendar For the men’s basketball recruiting evaluation periods, there are two different kinds of evaluation periods that take place. During the April evaluations, coaches can only evaluate recruits at NCAA-certified events. If you are on an AAU team or participating in a club basketball tournament at that time, chances are, it’s an NCAA-certified event.
2019 August 1 – September 8, 2019: Quiet period September 9 – November 10, 2019: Recruiting/contact period November 11-14, 2019: Dead period November 15 – March 31, 2020: Recruiting/contact period December 24-26, 2019: Dead period
2020 April 1, 2020: Quiet period April 2-9, (noon), 2020: Dead period April 9 (noon) – 22, 2020: Recruiting/contact period April 13-16, 2020: Dead period April 23, 2019 – July 5, 2020: Quiet period April 24-26, 2020: Evaluation period (only for certified events) April 27-30, 2020: Recruiting period NBA Draft Combine: Evaluation period (for combine only) May 21-30, 2020: Dead period TBD for NBPA Top 100 Camp only: Evaluation period June 19 (6 pm) –21 (4 pm), 2020: Evaluation period for scholastic events approved by the NCAA and NFHS and intercollegiate events approved by applicable two-year college governing body only June 26 (6 pm) – 28 (4 pm), 2020: Evaluation period for scholastic events approved by the NCAA and NFHS and intercollegiate events approved by applicable two-year college governing body only July 6-31, 2020: Dead period* July 9-12, 2020: Evaluation period July 21-26, 2020: Evaluation period (only NCAA College basketball academy)
86, thanks. Just excuse my ignorance, but what is the difference between Dead and Quiet periods?
Quiet Period is a time when “a college coach may not have face-to-face contact with college-bound student-athletes or their parents off the college campus and may not watch student-athletes compete or visit their high school.” The recruits and coaches can communicate via text, phone calls, email or direct messages.
Dead Period, coaches may not have any in-person contact with recruits and/or their parents. They are not allowed to talk to recruits at the college, the athlete’s school, an athletic camp in Louisville's case, not even the local strip joint. Like the quiet period, they can communicate via text, phone calls, email or direct messages.