Four-star Larrier Visits Rutgers, Seton Hall's No. 59 overall player Terry Larrier visited Rutgers and Seton Hall this week. The small forward from Our Saviour Lutheran School (New York) and Team Scan is around 30 scholarship offers and discussed his recent visits.

Our Saviour Lutheran School (New York) four-star small forward Terry Larrier took unofficial visits to Rutgers and Seton Hall this week and left with both schools toward the top of his extensive list.

Larrier named eight schools that are heaviest in his recruitment and he hopes to cut his list by the end of the summer.

In addition to Rutgers and Seton Hall, Larrier named VCU, Minnesota, Miami, Providence, West Virginia and Penn State as the schools on him the hardest.

"Right now, I want to cut to like 10 or five by September," Larrier said. "My goal is to have a commitment by the start of my regular school season, in like December."

Rutgers and first-year head coach Eddie Jordan impressed Larrier on his Wednesday visit and have a strong chance to make his cut, he said.

"I think he's a cool dude," Larrier said. "He's a down to earth, laid back kind of guy. We got along great."

Larrier sat down the with coaching staff and left impressed with the changes taking place at Rutgers under Jordan.

"Rutgers was cool," Larrier said. "It was a good visit. They showed me the facilities and around campus. I liked talking to coach, the whole staff. Basically they told me how they like big wing players that can space out the floor."

Seton Hall hosted Larrier on an unofficial visit this week and coach Kevin Willard left a similar impression on Larrier, who is interested in playing close to home.

"That was a great visit as well," Larrier said. "I like the location of both of the schools to be honest. Location is important to me, like it being close to home."

Proximity to home is one of a handful of recruiting interests for Larrier, who checks in as the No. 59 rated player in the class and 16th best small forward.

"I want a good relationship with the head coach," Larrier said. "The success of the program, success of the players that graduate from the program [is important]. I want to see their players make it to the next level."

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