Neumann-Goretti senior guard Troy Harper has committed to play his college hoops at Campbell.
Last season, the 6-foot-1, 170-pounder helped the Saints claim their fifth consecutive Catholic League championship and advance to the quarterfinal round of the PIAA District 1 Class AAA playoffs.
Harper also received interest from Manhattan, Towson, Boston University and Niagara, among others.
Neumann-Goretti's Josh Ockimey, a hard-slugging senior first baseman, has committed to play his college baseball at the University of Indiana.
An Inquirer second-team all-Southeastern Pennsylvania selection last season, he said Wichita State was the runner-up for his services.
In July, Ockimey, a starter since his freshman year, decommitted from Arkansas, citing "coaching and recruiting changes."
Neumann-Goretti's Jamal Custis, a 6-foot-6, 225-pound senior wide receiver, committed Sunday to play his college football at Syracuse.
"Ever since last year, they've been in constant contact with me," he said. "I really felt a lot of love from them."
Custis, also a standout basketball player, visited Syracuse last month. He chose the Orangemen over runners-up Pittsburgh and Virginia.
"The other things I liked about Syracuse were the campus and their coaches," he said. "The coaches were down to earth, really likable."
Philly’s top high school basketball recruit, Neumann-Goretti senior guard Ja'Quan Newton, orally committed to the University of Miami on Wednesday.
Newton, a four-star recruit and the 67th-ranked player in the Class of 2014 according to ESPN, chose Miami over Syracuse, UCLA, Minnesota, Texas A&M, and Oregon.
Syracuse has had success recruiting in Philadelphia, with former Neumann-Goretti standouts Rick Jackson and Antonio "Scoop" Jardine along with Life Center's Dion Waiters playing for the Orange in recent years, but could not get Newton.
Neumann-Goretti senior guard Ja'Quan Newton did not include a Philadelphia school on Wednesday morning when he listed his top six colleges.
Newton named Syracuse, UCLA, Minnesota, Miami, Texas A&M and Oregon.
"I just feel that I want to get out of the city and experience new environments," said Newton, who lives in Southwest Philadelphia.
Neumann-Goretti has announced Kevin Schneider, director of the Tri-State Arsenal program, as its new head baseball coach.
For Tri-State Arsenal, which is based in South Jersey, the former Monmouth relief pitcher is in charge of recruitment, promotion, and scheduling.
Schneider earned first-team New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association (NJCBA) honors while at Monmouth. In 2005, the 6-foot-4, 225-pound righthander posted a team-best 0.74 ERA in 26 appearances.
Neumann-Goretti basketball player Johnnie Davis announced on Monday night that he has verbally committed to Towson.
The 6-foot-5 senior made an official visit to the Maryland school this weekend.
District 12 champ Neumann-Goretti defeated District 3 champ Eastern York, 81-73, Tuesday night at Reading High's Geigle Complex in the PIAA Class AAA semifinals.
Senior forward Danny Stewart led the way with 20 points, 13 rebounds, three blocks and two steals. And senior point guard Tyreek Duren scored 16 of his 18 points in the second half, dishing six assists, most of them to Stewart and a few on alley-oops.
The Saints will play for the AAA state title at Penn State's Bryce Jordan Center on Saturday at 8 p.m. The opponent Saturday will Chartiers Valley, the District 7 one seed.