The recruits had the best seats in the house
Adam Zagoria posted two articles today about the 2013 recruits who attended Late Night Madness on Friday night. In a shocking revelation, both said IT WAS GOOD. Seriously though, do recruits ever say otherwise regarding their visits? Perhaps it would have been better if they said it was “really good” or “very good”, instead of just plain “good” or “pretty good”. Zomg we have no shot! Move on to 2014. Am I reading too much into this? Regardless, it was encouraging to hear the things Patterson had to say about Ed Cooley.
“It went good,” the 6-foot-2, 200-pound shooting guard from Brewster (N.H.) Academy told SNY.tv Sunday. “They have a nice gym. They said I would be a go-to guy, like a scorer.”
Patterson said he likes head coach Ed Cooley’s approach.
“He has a real posiitve attitude about my recruiting process,” Patterson said. “He recruits hard, he’s real cool. He’s different than other coaches.”
“It was pretty good,” the former Penn State commit told SNY.tv Sunday night.
“I liked the school, the community, the team, the coaching staff, all that.
“[Coach Cooley] said I would come right in and play up and down. Give me the ball [and] try to build a team around me and Ricky Ledo and Kris Dunn.”
“I’m a point guard,” he said. “I played the wing. I’m a point guard.”
As expected, both of these players are not deciding anything just yet. Brandon Austin is heading to UConn next weekend, and Ron Patterson will be taking an official at SMU on Wednesday.
Providence currently only has 1 more scholarship to give for next year’s class.