6’5 SF from Northside Christian in Charlotte, we’ve offered. Plays AAU with Team Charlotte, Gardner Webb, UNCG, Radford and Campbell have offered, getting interest from WKU.
Rivals - 3 star
Scout - no stars
ESPN - 3 star, 79 rating
247 - no profile
Rayjon is very energetic and has good hands. He plays like every rebound is his. NCA had such a prolific offense this year, he barely got touches. Got most of his points on putbacks. He is very raw but strong. Hopefully he is still growing.
More highlights from the Gibbons event recently: [font=Verdana]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgAIfxIhT_A[/font]
Rhode Island and Middle Tennessee have offered.
He’s continuing to blow up.
Funny to me that getting an offer from Rhode Island and Middle Tennessee correlates to “blowing up.”
[quote=“TRLeader, post:7, topic:28795”]Funny to me that getting an offer from Rhode Island and Middle Tennessee correlates to “blowing up.”[/quote]That’s not what I was referring to. He just led his team to another championship, I imagine after the next live recruiting period he’ll have several more HM offers, if not before then.
Also should note, he started playing basketball 2 years ago.
this kid is a perfect example of why we need to get back into relevance. this is a kid who is a high three to low four star player, a local kid, who has a teammate here, and he does not even appear to be considering us. we have to at least be able to land kids like this when they are from charlotte.
Tucker’s mother went to Charlotte, perhaps we can leverage that.
Not gonna happen with this staff.
[quote=“lucky57, post:11, topic:28795”]Not gonna happen with this staff.[/quote]Why not? If there is one thing this staff has proven it can do is recruit, especially in Charlotte & NC.
They just haven’t proven they can do anything else well.
Taking an official to FGCU today.
They’ve been at quite a few of NCA’s workouts the the past weeks, not really surprising. I don’t think it is a wise move for any kid to commit after only taking 1 official visit though.
Better tell Bryce Brown that.