Three More Raising Champions Seniors Commits

As the Raising Champions embark on their summer season, quite a few players have already made decisions with regard to what they will be doing next season.

Will Davis

Two have made commitments this week while others have opted for Post-Grad. NYCHoops.net spoke with team’s program director, Hasani Stewart, to get updates.

Will Davis signed with Saint Michaels College in Vermont,” said Stewart. “He chose them over Adelphi, Bloomfield College, Dowling, Johnson & Wales and Division one, Mercy University in Macon County, GA.” Davis, a 6’0″ combo guard attended Holy Cross HS (Flushing).

Another commitment according to Stewart is Harley Borish, a 6-2 senior combo guard from Peddie School. “[Borish] has decided to attend University of Michigan where he has been invited to tryout as a walk-on,” Stewart said.

Stewart said that Borish chose Michigan over Brown University, Dartmouth College, Occidental College, Rider, Tufts, University of Indiana and the Wisconsin University

Stefon Williams 6-7 2012 Kent School signed with Southern Connecticut University

“We’re very excited about these commitments as we now have players represent our program in two great conference for 2012-2013 College Basketball Season. Harley in the Big Ten, Stefon and Will in the Northeast 10,” Stewart added

Stewart also notified NYCHoops.net of players that have opted to do a year of post-grad. They are as follows:

Joel Angus Jr. 6-5 (Boys & Girls HS) – Post Grad at Putnam Science Academy
Mairega Clarke 6-5 (Holy Cross HS) – Post Grad at Putnam Science Academy
Marquise Moore 6-2 (Holy Cross HS) – Post Grad TBA.

Earlier in the month, the New York based AAU squad had one of their players commit to a D-1 school when Cavon Baker chose to go to Florida Atlantic under head coach Mike Jarvis

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