Adam Zagoria covers basketball at all levels. He is the author of two books and an award-winning journalist whose articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Sports Illustrated, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide.
Seton Hall must continue to wait for its first verbal commitment in the Class of 2009.
Arsalan Kazemi, a 6-foot-7 combo forward from The Patterson (N.C.) School, remains uncommitted after his weekend official visit to Seton Hall.
“Are we interested? Yes, we are,” Anthony Ibrahim, Kazemi’s adviser, saidin a phone interview. “Are we highly interested? Yes, we are highly interested? Did we like it? Yes, we did. We both liked it. The biggest thing that I saw was that [Seton Hall head coach Bobby] Gonzalez really
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — in a Philly-dominated weekend that had already seen the Phillies win Game 3 of the World Series and the Eagles emerge victorious at home, it seemed only fitting that three groups of high school basketball players would continue the trend.
The Philly seniors, juniors and sophomores swept their counterparts from Jersey in the 6th Annual Eddie Griffin Challenge on Sunday at the Rutgers Barn. Neither Philly nor New Jersey had ever won all three games before.
West Virginia-bound guard Dalton Pepper (pictured) hit a 5-foot jumper in the final seconds and New Jersey failed to score in response, and Philly held on for a 91-90 victory in the Senior game.
Arsalan Kazemi, a 6-foot-7 combo forward from The Patterson (N.C.) School, took his official visit to Seton Hall this weekend and word is his decision could come soon.
Like within the next 24-48 hours.
Kazemi is slated to visit Rice next weekend and Maryland for a scrimmage against Northwood University Nov. 8, but Seton Hall coach Bobby Gonzalez and his staff would like to have Kazemi commit before taking those trips.
I hope to have an update later today from Anthony Ibrahim, Kazemi’s adviser.