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Weekly JUCO Basketball Recruiting Roundup

By Staff, 11/04/21, 10:30AM EDT


Throughout the junior college season, we will provide a weekly update of the latest junior college basketball recruiting news. These quick hitters will keep you up to date on the latest commitments, offers, interests, rankings, and much more. 

News and Notes

- The Top 100 JUCO Player Rankings for the 2022 class will be released on December 1. These rankings will be updated multiple times throughout the year. We will also be releasing our Fabulous 40 Freshman Rankings in January for the top players in the 2023 JUCO class. 

- We have released our 2022 JUCO Commitment Tracker. This list will be updated throughout the season and will track all of the junior college players who commit to four-year schools. 

- Nick Pringle, a 6'10 forward out of Dodge City CC, is getting closer to choosing his destination at the four-year level. Pringle is one of the most sought-after prospects in JUCO basketball and has narrowed his list to five schools. He will choose between West Virginia, Alabama, Georgia, Ole Miss, and Wichita State. 


- Lucas Kroft, a 6'5 guard from Independence CC, committed to Western Carolina. Kroft is an athletic and skilled guard who spent his freshman year at Western Texas. 

- Southern University picked up two quality commitments from JUCO ranks. The Jaguars added Jalen Reynolds, a 6'7 forward from South Georgia Tech. Reynolds was one of the leading rebounders in JUCO basketball last season. They also picked up a commitment from Jariyon Wilkins, a 6'7 forward from Pearl River CC. 

- Earl Smith, a 6'4 guard from Pearl River CC, committed to UL Monroe. 

- Daiquan Copeland, a 6'6 guard from Santa Monica College, committed to Morgan State after taking an official visit. 

- Cooper Dewitt, a 6'6 guard from North Idaho College, committed to IUPUI. 


- West Virginia offered KT Raimey, a 6'4 guard from College of Southern Idaho. 

- IUPUI offered Daylan Hamilton, a 6'3 guard from Triton College. Hamilton is a transfer from Western Michigan. 

- Bradley offered Federiko Federiko, a 6'11 center from Northern Oklahoma - Tonkawa. Federiko also took an unofficial visit to Oklahoma State in September. 

- IUPUI also offered Kharye Cayne, a 6'10 forward from USC Salkehatchie. Cayne is one of the leading shot blockers in junior college basketball. 

- Hofstra offered Nolan Causwell, a 6'10 forward from Laramie County CC. 

- Iona offered Mohamed Diarra, a 6'11 forward from Garden City CC. 

- Pacific offered Benjamin Bayela, a 6'6 guard from South Plains College. 

- Eastern Michigan offered Dantwan Grimes, a 6'2 guard from Kilgore Colleges. 



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