Donovan Hill Commits to Niagara /Gazette Story

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Donovan Hill Commits to Niagara /Gazette Story

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Niagara lands a skilled, versatile, high-feel frontcourt piece in Central Dauphin (PA) and @TeamFinalRed product Donovan Hill, who was one of the bigger stock risers at last weekend’s @PhillyHSLive

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Good size at 6'8 as we need size in the frontcourt. Two D1 offers, Army and NU.
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Things are looking better with a shored-up frontcourt coming.
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Hill seems to be a very hard working kid with tremendous upside. At 6'8, he should be a impact player at some point for GP.
GP's prior connections with his coach sealed the deal.
"To be honest with you, he is just scratching the service," Stasyszyn said. "Niagara is going to get better for the next four years. ... The kid's going to put on pounds, going to get a lot stronger in college. I'm just telling you right now, this kid is just getting started at what his potential is, and it's scary to say that."
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This is a legitimate fear in this crazy recruiting circus. First, any letter of intent can not be signed until some time in the late Fall. Next, I wonder if a recruit is even obligated to play one season for the "signed" college with these crazy transfer rules. Next, if the kid shows great promise will he immediately look to transfer for his sophomore season. Recruiting for a mid major requires a lot of tums! or Bourbon!
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