The Frank Walker/PSN Daily Notebook- May 20
Update (7:49 PM)-
We have a WINNER‼️
As voted by YOU, @TerrellePryor was named the WPIAL’s All-Time Greatest Player
Presented by @gobigrecruiting: make sure you KNOW when college coaches watch your tape! pic.twitter.com/qPIDh2IeJ4
— WPIAL Insider (@WPIAL_Insider) May 20, 2023
Update (7:20 PM)-
'25 Jordan Scott (@jordanscott267) tells me Pitt has reached out to him. The 6'6 W from South Lakes (VA) is running with VA Elite (@VAElite) on the UA Rise Circuit. Scott holds offers from Iowa, Washington, Illinois and George Mason and has heavy interest from Michigan State pic.twitter.com/qusa4JgP4T
— Dino Siervo (@dswervo305) May 20, 2023
Update (4:35 p.m.)-
Robert Morris offered another player on Saturday in point guard Rich Jackson Jr. Jackson plays for Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School in Brooklyn, N.Y. and his AAU team is the New York Gauchos. He stands 6-foot and is a member of the Class of 2026.
6” PG Rich Jackson Jr
Bishop Loughlin ‘26
Has received a D1 offer from
Robert Morris University #BuyStock pic.twitter.com/mbMyAjBaqG
— 🅱️rian Reichert (@_BrianReichert) May 20, 2023
Update (4:15 p.m.)-
Robert Morris men’s basketball continues to work on the recruiting trail, offering Isaac Moore on Saturday. Moore plays for Friends Central School in Wynewood, Pa., which is just on the border outside West Philadelphia, and plays travel ball for K-Low Elite in Philadelphia. He lists himself as a 6-foot-7 wing in the Class of 2025, although other sources say he is a part of the Class of 2024. This means he is likely reclassifying himself for the Class of 2025 and staying for an extra year. This is also Moore’s first Division I offer.
UAA session 3-4 highlights pic.twitter.com/XzDaYIeVKN
— Isaac Moore (@Imoore111) January 21, 2023
Tyrelle Pryor beating out Aaron Donald and Dan Marino in that bracket is super sketch.