March is a wild month in the basketball community, and for all the excitement on the court, insane amounts of machinations are going on behind-the-scenes, including college transfers, coaching changes, scholarship offers, portals, official visits, etc.
(University School of Nashville) took an official visit days after his illustrious high school career concluded at the Division II-A State Tournament. He visited Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio, just next to Dayton, Ohio. Scretchen is a point guard all day, and that is a competitive position at which to be recruited. His character, on-court success, and willingness to work at his game make him a wonderful recruiting target.
(Farragut) verbally committed to Tusculum University.
“Thank you to the Farragut and B-Maze [AAU] family for shaping me into the persona I am today, along with family and friends that have believed in me my whole life,” sharedTuesday, March 8th. “I’m blessed to announce I will be pursuing my academic and athletic career at Tusculum University.”
(Clarksville Academy) earned an offer from Tennessee Tech, within an hour of his game on Tennessee Tech’s home floor, the site of the TSSAA State Tournament.
Tennessee Tech also offeredlate in February. Heard plays for Cookeville High School, and enjoyed a breakout year for a young, ascending program.
In February, Tusculum offered(Bearden).
, a wildly-overlooked combo guard, earned a Columbia State (JuCo) offer.
picked up a Cumberland University offer. He plays for Gallatin High School.
Q Martin (Columbia Central) added a Cleveland State Community College offer.
Tusculum University offered(Clarksville).
(Sequoyah) picked up an offer from Tennessee Wesleyan and Bryan College is consistently in touch.