Hopper is scoring around 14 points a game while hauling down an impressive 12 boards per contest. He continues to make progress in his low post moves and defensive quickness.
"I feel I have made improvements in my perimeter game," he said. "I've also worked very hard to be a better defensive player."
Marcus has dropped in 43 percent from beyond the three-point line.
MARCUS HOPPER'S RECRUITING PROCESS:
New Hampshire, Robert Morris, Holy Cross College Fairfield, Providence, UMBC, Marist, Winthrop and Siena have been mentioned by Marcus as schools of interest.
HOLY CROSS HEAD COACH PAUL GILVARY'S THOUGHTS ON MARCUS HOPPER'S BASKETBALL CHANCES:
"Marcus has a nice frame. He works hard. He knows what he has to do to become a better player. He's a good listener. He's smart and picks up things. So this is great for him in the future.
"He's very coachable, likeable. You want him to succeed because he has such a desire to be a better player. He'll get there. He'll work at making the improvements."