Posted On: 06/16/20 6:08 AM

Yesterday was the first day that Division I programs could reach out to prospects of the 2022 class. Many didn’t wait long to offer as a few schools called and offered their high priority recruits just minutes after the clock struck midnight. The prospects in Baltimore experienced their fair share of attention and I’ll try to sort it all out in this article.

Batchelor keeps momentum rolling

We saw Noah BatchelorNoahBatchelor6'6" | PFGlenelg Country | 2022State#218NationMD established a name for himself in the national scheme of recruiting after a solid performance at USA Basketball Mini Camp. After a sophomore season at his new school, Glenelg Country, the 6-foot-7 wing experienced some ups and downs, but high major programs showed today they’re still all in on the fact that Batchelor is a sniper from deep and can be an explosive finisher around the rim. He received offers from Bryant, NC State, Marquette and Wake Forest while others such as BYU, Florida State, Georgetown, George Washington, Georgia, Maryland, Mount St. Mary’s, Penn, Pittsburgh, Virginia and Virginia Tech all reached out. Of the group who reached out, George Washington, Maryland and Virginia Tech had previously offered. I would be surprised if the

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