Ohio State picking up steam with 2022 four-star prospect.
The 2022 college basketball recruiting cycle has seen a massive uptick in attention from colleges across the country. Last Monday, seemingly every recruit in the country heard from multiple coaches, including Chris Holtmann and Ohio State.
While the college basketball recruiting scene has slowed down in comparison to last week, the basketball Buckeyes are still hard at work preparing for the future.
It looked early Monday as if the Ohio State had given Sencire Harris (Akron, OH / St. Vincent-St. Mary’s) four-star combo guard. Harris took to Twitter to show off his official bid for a scholarship, but the tweet has since been deleted. Following the deleted tweet, Adam Jardy of the Columbus Dispatch seemingly cleared the air on the situation.
It now appears as if the Buckeyes are interested in the native of Ohio, according to Jardy, but have yet to offer him officially.
I've heard that reports of a #Buckeyes offer to Sencire Harris are premature. Ohio State is recruiting, but he doesn't yet hold an official scholarship offer.
— Adam Jardy (@AdamJardy) June 22, 2020
Harris is not only one of the state’s best recruits but also one of the country’s top recruits. He has been rated as No. 3 recruit in Ohio, No. 3 at his place, and No. 46 overall prospect by the 247Sports Composite Rankings.
TreVeyon Henderson, speaking of 2021 commitments, wants you to be on the lookout for more future BOOMs. Both Henderson and fellow RB committed Evan Pryor worked hard on social media to try and bring some of the nation’s top talents to Columbus with them.