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Sunday / March 3.
  • Class of 2023 Gavin Griffiths names five schools working hardest

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    Gavin Griffiths, the 6-foot-7 Class of 2023 wing from Kingswood Oxford (CT) and Expressions Elite AAU, told ZAGSBLOG five schools are working the hardest in his recruitment.

    Griffiths listed Dayton, Iowa, Maryland, Syracuse, and UConn as recruiting him the hardest He broke them down:

    Dayton: “They have a great fan base. They are the best team in the A10 too.”

    Iowa: “Iowa plays in the Big Ten. They are ranked pretty much every year and I like their style.”

    Maryland: “I heard Maryland has a beautiful campus and great facilities.”

    Syracuse: “Syracuse is in the acc. Great fans and a great arena to play in. They were also the first high major to offer me.”

    UConn: “UConn is close to home and I’ve been able to see games before.”

    Griffiths also described his playing-style. “I’m a tall guard who can shoot, dribble, and slash. I’m best at scoring with a pretty good passing and rebounding game.”

    “I’m looking to cut my list probably around this time next year,” Griffiths said.

    The 6-foot-7 wing is scheduled to unofficially visit UConn on Aug. 5 and Rutgers Aug. 6.

    “I’m working on setting up visits to Maryland and Syracuse too,” he said.

    When it comes to making a commitment, Griffiths said “whatever school shows me the most love and how comfortable I am with the coaches means the most.”

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