Saturday, August 29, 2015

Hawks Sign Three Recruits

St. Joseph’s announced its recruiting class for next season, one that includes a point guard and two frontcourt players.

Hawks Sign Three Recruits


St. Joseph’s announced its recruiting class for next season, one that includes a point guard and two frontcourt players.

Two of the players were known in the recruiting circles, 6-7 forward Isaiah Miles of Owings Mill, Maryland and 6-2 point guard Kyle Molock.

The other recruit is 6-8, 245-pound center Javon Baumann,  from Solms Germany, attending the Theodore Huess School in Wetzlar, Germany.

 All three will attend St. Joseph’s beginning in the fall of 2012.

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The sleeper could be Molock from Dublin (Ohio) Coffman High. He missed his junior season due to a knee injury. Following his freshman year he had made an oral commitment to Purdue, but later de-committed after two other point guards were recruited following a coaching change at the Big 10 school.

Miles, a 6-7 forward from Glenelg High, averaged 18 points and 13 rebounds as a junior. He will be attending Milford Mill High School this season. 

Baumann will be another big body in the frontcourt for the Hawks. He is the Hawks first international player since 2007 graduate Artur Surov.


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