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Basketball Recruiting Notebook – Late Senior College Connections, Fresh Talent To Watch

By: SCOTT BURNSTEIN, April 21, 2023, 1:28 pm

These four seniors signed NLIs with Division I and Division II schools recently, securing last-second spots at the next level for the 2024 campaign in the weeks following the ’23 season came to a close:

Harrison Sorrelle (Grand Haven 6-5) — This natural scorer and natural leader is headed to play in the Mountain West for Air Force

Grant Gondrezick, Jr. (Benton Harbor 6-2) — Elite baller legacy runs through this Westside Wonder’s bloodline and he’ll be playing DI next winter at Elon University out of the Colonial Athletic Association

Robert Lee (Flint Beecher 6-3) — Fantastic senior year, all-time great playoff run landed him a scholarship to Wayne State and rightfully so!!

Cade Trudeau (Petoskey 6-8) — MIP of Upper Michigan, everything you want in a wing prospect, brings toughness, intelligence and finesse……on his way to Northwood

The Offer Express

Greg Lawson (Davison 6-1 Soph.) — Offer: Louisville

Phoenix Glassner (Warren De La Salle 6-2 Soph.) — Offer: Wayne State

Jaxson Whitaker (Muskegon Reeths-Puffer 6-5 Jr.) — Offer: Grand Valley State

Camden Thompson (Whitehall 6-5 Soph.) — Offer: Northern Michigan

Moses Blackwell (Warren Lincoln 5-9 Soph.) — Offer: U-D Mercy

Jah Hatchett (East Kentwood 6-0 Soph.) — Offer: Ferris State

Jamison Eklund (Pewamo-Westphalia 6-6 Sr.) — Offer: Lake Superior State

Five Underclassmen To Keep An Eye On

Mason Parker (Troy 5-11 Soph.) — Mad gunner with a lightning quick trigger

Armoni Portis (Warren De La Salle 6-3 Soph.) — Crafty and smooth in the open court, fierce playmaker in the making

Wilson Huckaby (Freeland 6-5 Fr.) — Diaper Dandy in every sense of the term

Jaquan Stennis (Old Redford 6-8 Fr.) — Ooozing with upside, size, length and bounce.   Just as an undeniable “It” factor, exactly like his twin bro