Baldwin Edits Top 5; Uhl Gets Miami Offer (UPDATED)
Rutgers’ stay in Wade Baldwin’s top five didn’t last long.
The 6-foot-3, 190-pound shooting guard from St. Joe’s-Metuchen (N.J.) told SNY.tv Friday he is replacing Rutgers with Florida State after getting an offer from FSU.
“I replaced it with Florida State,” he told SNY.tv.
He’s now considering Virginia Tech, Florida State, Minnesota, Vanderbilt and Pitt.
Baldwin has set visits to Vanderbilt (Aug. 28), Virginia Tech (Sept. 7), Florida State (Sept. 14) and Minnesota (Sept. 21).
UHL ADDS MIAMI OFFERDom Uhl, a 6-foot-8, 195-pound forward from Point Pleasant (N.J.) Beach, has added an offer from Miami.
He will visit BC Sept. 6, Iowa Sept. 19 and Temple Sept. 26.
No visit to Miami is set as of yet.
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