Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Earlier today, Detroit Country Day School junior Jodan Price picked up a scholarship offer from Saint Joseph's. Price, a 6'7 shooting guard who has turned heads with his play this spring, announced the offer on Twitter, saying "Shoutout to Saint Joseph and the coaching staff for offering me a scholarship." Price's bread and butter is his shooting stroke, and that ability to knock down shots from deep certainly played an integral role in today's scholarship offer from the Hawks.
With the offer today from the Hawks, Price has now picked up three offers in the past 24 hours. Yesterday, he collected offers from both Lamar and Central Michigan. Price was also recently offered by Eastern Michigan. The offer from EMU was Price's first, and they have come rolling in since. In addition to these offers, Price has interest from other schools such as Temple, Maryland, Colorado, Oakland, and many more. An article on Jodan's recruitment, from CollegiateHoops.net, can be found here.
It is clear that the Hawks would like to sign a shooter in the 2012 class. Other names that fit that bill are Baltimore's Isaiah Miles and Indiana's Mike Ramey.
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