Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Ray Kasongo Picks Oregon over UConn ... Or Does He?

In the latest example of how crazy the world of college basketball recruiting -- and the coverage of it -- can be, it appears UConn may not have lost out on a recruit it seemed to have lost out on after all. At least not yet.

Multiple reports Wednesday night stated that Ray Kasongo, a power forward out of Canada, committed to Oregon. Kasongo, who was down to the Huskies and Ducks, said he "got along great with the Oregon players and Coach Dana Altman," according to Reggie Rankin.

However, in the early hours of Thursday morning came this tweet from Kasongo:




So, it appears Kasongo's recruitment is still up in the air, and he could wind up in Storrs after all. Let's all give the kid some room to breathe and make a decision, OK?

Meanwhile, another power forward, Bonzie Colson, Jr., has crossed UConn of his list. According to his prep coach, Mike Hart, at St. Andrew's School, Colson is down to Florida State and Notre Dame. He'll likely decide this weekend. Colson was slated to make an official visit to Storrs on Oct. 11, but obviously now that won't be happening.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

He is going to Oregon after we took rock The Lyle kid is going to Memphis or Kansas with Alexander. We might have a shot at Sam Cassell Jr I don't know if that is good or bad. He has not met a shot he did not like.

October 3, 2013 at 9:59 AM 

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