UConn Basketball Recruits

UConn Tops Rutgers on Resurgent Oriakhi

by Matthew Farrell on January 11, 2011

in UConn Basketball Recruits

Much like the previous few games, the UConn men’s basketball team was unable to take charge in the first half, as they took on Rutgers. The difference Tuesday night? A dominant 20-2 run that allowed the Huskies to cruise the rest of the way in a 67-53 victory over the Scarlet Knights. Alex Oriakhi was [...]

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Boatright Commits

by Mike Grant November 8, 2010

According to our friends over at NBEbasketball.com, pg Ryan Boatright has committed to the Huskies.  Boatright is rated four stars and ranked the # 16 pg in the class of 2011 by Scout.com. ESPN ranks him the #14 pg, and gives him four stars and a numerical rating of 93. Here's some video of Boatright :  

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UConn News and Notes – Monday Edition

by Mike Grant November 8, 2010

What's up folks? Was off visiting the Commonwealth of Kentucky this weekend, hence the delay since my last update. So let's get caught up… My top two picks for Big East expansion had a good weekend.  UCF downed Houston Friday night, 40-33.  A nice road victory for the Knights, who remain unbeaten in C-USA play. [...]

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Huskies Grab 7’1″ German Big Man Enosch Wolf

by Mike Grant July 7, 2010

The Huskies received their second commitment from Germany in a month;  7’1″ center Enosch Wolf will join Niels Giffey and five other freshmen for the 2010 class.  Wolf brings the Huskies to the thirteen scholarship limit for next season.  He chose the Huskies over Georgetown, Georgia Tech, Boston College and Oklahoma. And here he is [...]

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Harkless Decommits

by Mike Grant June 21, 2010

In case you haven’t already heard, 2011 recruit Maurice Harkless has decommitted.   As I mentioned in the Niels Giffey commitment blurb, I found it a bit puzzling that the Huskies were stockpiling wings, and perhaps now we know why.   Harkless tweeted today that he’s worried about possible NCAA sanctions on the way, so it’s quite possible that UConn [...]

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