On Thursday, Pitt broke into the class of 2024 and offered guard Boogie Fland out of Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, New York.
The young Fland stands at 6-foot-1 and weighs just 158 pounds with a frame that certainly has time to fill out. In addition to Pitt, he also holds offers from Maryland, Siena, Rider, LIU, and Bryant.
Another very talented freshman with @step_basketball…
— NERR (@NERRHoops) February 28, 2021
While he is just a freshman in high school, Fland already possesses college-level vision, a smooth stroke with the ability to shoot the three, and a strong ball handling skill set.
“He is a natural point guard who also has the ability to score in bunches,” his coach at Stepinac told Pittsburgh Sports Now. [He’s a} shot maker. Rebounds very well for his size”
Stepinac, a basketball powerhouse in New York, is the same high school that Pitt assistant coach Tim O’Toole attended and played for. O’Toole is now in the Stepniac Hall of Fame and will certainly play a role in convincing Fland to come to Pitt.