Class of 2015

— Harris Brown (5-11 point guard, Indianapolis Howe High School): The explosive scorer averaged 27 points per game in his junior season and scored 50 and 51 in consecutive contests. Committed in October 2014.

— Ryan Taylor (6-5 guard, Ohio University): The Division-I transfer has three seasons of eligibility beginning in 2016-17. Signed August 2015.

Class of 2016

— Dru Smith (6-3 point guard, Reitz High School): The local recruit is known for his long arms and defense. Signed November 2015.

— Jaiveon Eaves (6-2 combo guard, Madisonville-North Hopkins High School). His high school coach said Eaves is physically strong with a good midrange game. The Aces were the first program to offer him a scholarship. Committed March 2016.

— Dalen Traore (6-9 post, Miami Dade College). The big man from the Ivory Coast has two years of eligibility remaining. Signed May 2016.

2 Responses to “Men’s Basketball Recruiting”

  1. swbowtie37

    looks like we picked up some talent ,scorers, rebounders,height, I think if all falls in place could have a decent plus 500 season and possible post season who knows may get to DANCE

  2. gema9

    My son was recruited to 2, D1 parogrms for Baseball and one D2 in Fla. He did not choose the D1 that offered him $ and letter of intent because he liked the other D1 conference better. Even though we were warned not to turn down a commitment with $, after a very long, convincing, conversation with the D1 coach of the program he is now at, my son felt more than assured that he was their main prospect, recruited for his position, and that there would be $ for him in future when available. This promise coupled with a lower tuition than the other University and the fact that this program is huge, competitive and well known with good educational opportunities influenced his decision to deny baseball letter of intent. Mistake!!!!! Needless to say, we were mislead so we need to know what we have to do to be able to contact these other coaches if they are even still interested? My son has not been cut but prospect of playing now not looking good because of another student who transferred in late.

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