“We’re going to get Seton Hall in home next week. I don’t know what day yet. We’re still trying to figure that out,” Berkowitz said.
Oregon State head coach Craig Robinson, the brother-in-law of President Barack Obama, is coming to St. Anthony on Friday to see both Collier and the 6-7 Ashton Pankey.
Nick Blatchford of New Heights has a connection with Oregon State assistant Nate Pomeday and assistant Doug Stewart is a Haddonfield, N.J. native. The staff saw Collier play twice in Las Vegas this summer and became “intrigued,” Berkowitz said. “We want to gauge how interested they are and how interested Devon would be in going so far away,” Berkowitz said.
Berkowitz said he’s still working with Maryland and Rutgers to do in-homes in the “next week or two.” Rutgers assistant Darren Savino is recruiting Collier. PITT’S DIXON OUT TWO MONTHS
Pittsburgh senior guard Jermaine Dixon reinjured his right foot and underwent successful bone graft surgery to correct a fifth metatarsal fracture Wednesday morning at UPMC South Side Hospital. Team physicians Dr. Freddie Fu and Dr. Robin West, along with Pitt Athletic Trainer Tony Salesi anticipate that Dixon will return to the court this year and is expected to be sidelined a minimum of eight weeks.
“We fully expect Jermaine to make a full recovery,” Pitt head coach Jamie Dixon said. “The surgery was a success and we know that Jermaine will work hard during the rehabilitation process.”
Dixon originally fractured the fifth metatarsal in his right foot in July.
He started all 36 contests for Pitt last year, averaged 8.4 points per game, hit 32 3-pointers, ranked second on the team with 51 steals and finished with a 2.00 assist:turnover ratio.Follow Adam Zagoria on Twitter.