The Drexel men’s basketball team has received an oral commitment from guard Camren Wynter, a 6-foot-1 guard from DME Sports Academy in Daytona Beach, Fla., according to a person familiar with the Dragons recruiting.
Wynter played a postgraduate season at DME Sports Academy after attending Holy Trinity High on Long Island. He will be eligible for the coming season and is the Dragons’ third recruit for this current class. Per NCAA rules, Drexel may not comment on a recruit until he signs a letter of intent.
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The two recruits who have signed with Drexel are 6-6 Zach Walton from Edmonds Community College in Washington and Coletrane Washington, a 6-4 wing from Quaker Valley High near Pittsburgh. Walton will have two years of eligibility remaining.
The addition of Wynter comes after last week’s news that leading scorer Tramaine Isabell, plans to graduate this summer and leave the program. Isabell averaged 21 points in his only season at Drexel after beginning his career at Missouri.
In coach Zach Spiker’s second season, the Dragons improved to 13-20. The Dragons’ leading returning scorer is rising junior Kurk Lee, who averaged 12.4 points.