Recruit On Radar Screen For UCONN

This recruit could pop up more on Connecticut's radar screen later in the recruiting year

Colin McIntosh, a 6-foot-7, 190-pound small forward from Northfield Mount Hermon School in Northfield, Massachusetts, competed this weekend at the Rumble in the Bronx with the New England Playaz.

McIntosh is a long and wiry player with range to the arc. In past events he has shown an ability to knock down the long range jumper. At Fordham this weekend he copped most of his points off of drives to the hoop, using his athleticism and size to thwart smaller defenders.

McIntosh is a player who will attack the rim and has the springs to finish drives with dunks. He will need to get stronger for college play.

After a slow start to the weekend, McIntosh was one of the keys to a deep run for the Playaz, and was active and aggressive in their playoff games.

Among the schools who have expressed an interest in McIntosh include Boston University, Siena, St. Joseph's, Georgetown, Providence, Connecticut, Rutgers, Pittsburgh, Stanford, and Northwestern. Boston U., Siena, and St. Joe's have offered. Colin expects to take an unofficial visit to Providence in the near future.

McIntosh has received an invite to the Adidas Camp in Atlanta in July. Some other stops he'll be making this summer with the Playaz, coached by Mike Jarvis, II, and T.J. Gassnola, include Las Vegas, a tourney in California, and one in Oregon.

McIntosh attended Boston College High School in Boston before transferring to Northfield.

Colin told us that he carries around a 3.0 GPA. He has scored 1190 on the SAT.

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