Hawks continue to recruit Jersey wing

Princeton Day School (NJ) junior wing Davon Reed spent the summer with Philadelphia-based Team Final. Playing on one of the better 16-and-under teams on the summer circuit, Reed and his teammates drew their fair share of college coaches to their games.

Saint Joseph's was one of the first schools to extend an offer to Davon Reed, and they are still after the talented perimeter player.

According to Princeton Day School coach Paris McLean, Saint Joseph's was one of several schools that watched Davon work out this week. McLean told Hawk Hill Hardwood that SJU, Xavier, Temple, Penn State, and Rutgers were among the schools stopping by PDS this past week to watch his star.

Davon is a 6'5 wing who has been described by his coach to Hawk Hill Hardwood in the past as "an athletic guard with a jumper that is one of his greatest strengths." In addition to everything that he does on the court, Reed is also an outstanding student. Due to that, a number of Ivy League schools are actively recruiting him, including Harvard. Reed has an unofficial visit to Harvard planned for this coming weekend.

Reed currently checks in at number 63 on the Scout Top 100 for 2013. The talented guard already possesses double-digit offers and that number will only continue to increase.

Saint Joseph's was the second school to offer Reed, behind only VCU. As they continue to remain involved in his recruitment, stay tuned in to Hawk Hill Hardwood for the latest.

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