It was a busy weekend for many prospects in the Northwest. College coaches are able to call or text players as of Friday night at 12am under the new NCAA rules. Left Coast Recruiting caught up with some prospects in the Northwest to see how the weekend went.
Will Dorsey - Dorsey is a solid point guard who is fearless on the court. The 5’9 guard is a leader and has the will to help his team win. Any D-2 coach who needs a coachable player, Dorsey is your guy. Dorsey has received interest from Florida International and USC. In the fall Dorsey will visit Florida International on an official visit.
Tucker Haymond - Haymond has come a long way since his freshman days. Haymond is reliable with the ball in his hands, can get to the rim, rebound, and has worked on his jumper. Boise State is the newest school to contact Haymond.
D.J. Fenner - Fenner has been flying under the radar but colleges have been taking notice as of lately. Fenner has been contacted by USC, Gonzaga, and Quinnipiac. It will be a make or break July for the shooting guard. Fenner plans on taking an unofficial to Gonzaga in the near future.
Perrion Callandret - Callandret made a name for himself last year playing alongside 2013 superstar Zach Lavine. Callandret held his own all last year and is doing well on the AAU scene this year. Callandret has heard from Washington, USC, Boise State, Utah, Portland, Seattle U, Rice, and TCU,
Josh Martin – Martin is one of, if not the most athletic prospect in the Northwest. By the end of July, Martin will have his name on the map. Harvard, San Francisco, Washington, and Stanford have been in contact with Martin.
Kameron Chatman - Chatman keeps growing and is now a solid strong forward. Chatman displays nice ball handling and has worked on his jumper. Louisville, Oregon State and USC contacted Chatman over the weekend. Just a couple weeks ago Chatman picked up an offer from Arizona.
Donaven Dorsey - Dorsey can play the 1-4 at 6’6. The only thing holding Dorsey back is himself. Many people you talk to see the talent he displays but heart is the question. Dorsey has heard from Boise State, Washington State, Oregon State, Washington, and the University of California.
Tramaine Isabell – Isabell is quick point guard who shined during the Rose City Showcase in Portland, Oregon a couple weeks back. The Seattle Rotary guard heard from Washington, Washington State, Oregon State, and UC Irvine.
Jason Todd - Todd is an interesting prospect with a nice upside. At a young age, Todd is poised on the court and doesn’t seem rattled. At 6’5 Todd can play the 3 and 4 position. Oregon State, Stanford, Santa Clara, Portland, Boise State, and Northern Arizona have contacted the young man. Off topic but Todd also throws an 89 mph fastball but took time off to focus on basketball.