PGH New Jersey Recruiting Update: 11/12
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National Signing Day came and went in New Jersey, an exciting time for us and girls basketball fans, players, coaches and teams across the state. We saw many finally sign their National Letters of Intent to play at the next…
National Signing Day came and went in New Jersey, an exciting time for us and girls basketball fans, players, coaches and teams across the state. We saw many finally sign their National Letters of Intent to play at the next level, but among the excitement surrounding NSD, we have new recruiting updates to provide to you about the Garden State.
– Morris Catholic (2027) visits Boston College
It looks like the Class of 2027 is already getting some good looks from colleges as on Saturday, Morris Catholic freshmantook an unofficial visit to Boston College.
Coming into the season as a six-foot guard/forward, Edelman has the size and height that many, not even upperclassmen, have, making her a desirable prospect for colleges to look to pursue. She’s showcased plenty of range while being equally effective down low, the perfect combination of finesse and strength that more and more bigs are showcasing on the court.
– Lawrenceville (2024) commits to Union College
This announcement felt like it was coming for some months now, but on Friday, Lawrenceville School seniorverbally committed to Division III school Union College to continue her basketball career.
Many might not have heard of the senior guard, being that she’s played at an unaffiliated private school for the past two seasons, but her junior year was certainly one to keep tabs on. An accomplished shooter and scorer, O’Keefe drained nearly 3 three-pointers a game last season, improving significantly in her passing and defense. A well-deserved honor for her as she prepares for the next level this season.
– Ewing (2024) signs with Saint Joseph’s
We have been keeping a close eye on Stokes throughout her recruitment process, but her commitment and subsequent signing must have gone under our noses as the senior guard will be headed to Saint Joseph’s next season.
She’ll be staying close to home with the Hawks, who got a good one in one of the most well-rounded guards in New Jersey, flat out. Stokes has been a key cog for the Blue Devils over the past three seasons, and that definitely won’t be changing in her senior year. All of the boxes to check off, she easily checks off, and as she’s done previously, she will be well on her way to earning all-region and all-conference/league honors.
, – Mainland (2024) commit to West Chester
This commitment came as a package deal for for the senior twin guards out of Mainland as Ava andwill both be headed to West Chester University next season.
It’s not often that players commit together, even those that are siblings or even twins. However, something about the Mazur sisters makes them an inseparable duo, something they’ll be taking to the Rams. The similarities between the two are uncanny, two guards who can shoot from beyond the arc well, can run the point with ease and are impressive all-around prospects. Ava showed more success from three and got to the line more while Bella played more of an interior role while being a versatile offensive player. That baked in chemistry has made Mainland a mainstay among schools down the shore, and it will be that much more integral at the college level.