"I think the kid felt really comfortable on the visit," Kevin Keatts said. "He felt like it was a home away from home. He had an unbelievable time. He developed a great relationship with the coaches and the assistants and that pushed it over the hump."
A strong wing athlete, Edney should be able to contribute in more than one slot. His post graduate coach stressed his versatility.
"I think they're going to play him at the 3 position with the ability to play maybe some shooting guard. Because of his body and athletic ability he can score inside and out. I think he'll play more a of wing role as a slasher and then as years go by play even more on the outside."
Hargrave, traditionally one of the true post grad power houses, seems to have a player like Edney each year. One kid goes from flying below the radar to hearing from a ton of schools once the fall workouts commence. This year, Edney is that player.
"We've always got a guy who no one knows about and in the end they get a pleasant surprise. Warren Edney has been that guy for us."
Now he's property of Fairfield and first year head coach Ed Cooley, a former Boston College assistant.