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November 2, 2011The prospects at the Pangos All-East Frosh/Soph Camp were young but they were also quite talented. Schools are already in pursuit of these prospects, including one of the top freshman guards in the country Isaiah Briscoe. Here is a breakdown on his recruitment along with some of the other prospects at the camp.
Isaiah Briscoe, 2015, Newark (N.J.) St. Benedicts, 6-foot-3, PG
Up to eight schools have already offered this physical point guard with a mature floor game. Briscoe listed offers from Arizona, Pittsburgh, Baylor, DePaul, Cincinnati, Rutgers, Seton Hall and Syracuse.
Briscoe's top school is Syracuse, where his sister is presently attending. In fact, Briscoe said that he came close to committing to the Orange recently, but his family convinced him that it would be wiser to wait.
Horace Spencer, 2015, Willow Grove (Pa.) Tennet, 6-foot-8, C
There is a lot of buzz surrounding Spencer as a young big man. He is long and athletic and has great promise as a prospect.
A host of schools are already in pursuit of him. At this stage he isn't certain of who has exactly offered him, but he named North Carolina, Temple, Rutgers, Kentucky and Ohio State as his top schools.
Isaiah Washington 2015, Williamsport (Pa.) High, 6-foot-3, SG
A wiry leaper, Washington also has a dangerous shooting stroke from deep.
Offers are already on the table from James Madison, George Mason and St. Joe's.
Jahyde Gardiner 2014, Philadelphia (Pa.) Friere Charter, 6-foot-5, SF
Gardiner is a jack of all trades type of player with a highly productive game.
He feels that Rutgers is on the verge of offering, and he is also getting strong attention from LSU, Washington, Stanford, Notre Dame, LaSalle, Drexel and Rider.