Poyser setting visits
One player who had a very big July and August which has led to him seeing more recruiting attention is Jalen Poyser. The native of Canada is now firmly on the high-major radar and keeps adding offers. “The summer was big for me,” said Poyser of the summer. “I started off a little slow, but I picked it up after a while. I competed well all summer, and I feel it went great.” The 6-foot-4 gifted scorer is someone who has versatility to his game, and now he is becoming a major target of high-majors. “I’ve been talking to California, Oklahoma, Hawaii, Rhode Island, Idaho, Michigan, Michigan State, Wake Forest and Syracuse,” said Poyser. He continued, “I know I am visiting California, Oklahoma, and Hawaii for sure.” California is a school that has been recruiting Poyser for a while, and says there is a lot to like about the program. “Me and the coaches have a good relationship with each other,” said Poyser of the Bears. “They have told me they like the way I play, and if I go there that I would have the freedom to play my game.” When it comes to Oklahoma, Poyser said, “I have a good relationship with the coaches, we talk a lot, and I am just looking forward to seeing the campus.” At the moment there is no specific timeline for a decision from Poyser. When he goes on his visits he will be looking for a place where he can get early playing time, and somewhere that he fits in well with the current players and the coaches.
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