College coaches showing interest in the players below
**Schadrac Casimir(5'10) Monmouth, St. Johns, Jacksonville, Fairfield, Sacred Heart, Central CT, Binghamton, Stonybrook, Manhattan, Stonehill (D2), Temple, Fordham, LIU, Va Tech, Canisius, Iona, Quinnipiac,Towson, Seton Hall, Rider, Cal State Santa Barbara and UMass Lowell. Schadrac was just offered a D1 scholarship from Sacred Heart, Iona, Umass Lowell, Cal State Santa Barbara and the Univ of Toledo.
**Isaac Vann (6'5) Binghamton, Quinnipiac, Central CT, Robert Morris, Monmouth, Navy, Delaware, New Hampshire, Iona, Drexel, Townson, Marist, Fairfield, Stonehill, LIU, Canisius, FDU, Duquesne. Isaac was haut offended a D1 scholarship from Canisius and Sacred Heart.
**Jahman Delancey (6'2) Navy, Siena College, Central CT, Loyola Marymount, San Francisco, LaSalle, Fairfield, Jacksonville, Morgan State, Pepperdine and Oklahoma Jahman was just offered a D1 scholarship from LaSalle.
Tadeas Janik (6'8) Columbia, Tampa University
Matt Tate (6'0) Franklin and Marshall, Bard, Bowdoin, Weslyan, Johns Hopkins, Hobart, Oberlin, Denison, Kenyon, Cornell (D1), Washington, Endicott, Columbia(D1), Bucknell
Brandon Wheeler (6'3) Columbia, Dartmouth
ESPN Recruiting Nation Basketball 5/28/2013
Most Under-the-Radar Backcourt
Isaac Vann (Stratford, Conn./Bunnell)
2014 | SF | 6-5, 170 pounds
Offer from Sacred Heart; Interest from Quinnipiac, Iona, Central Connecticut and many others
Schadrac Casimir (Stamford, Conn./Trinity Catholic)
2013 | PG | 5-10, 160 pounds
Interest from Sacred Heart, Fairfield and many others
They snuck up on the competition this week, leading their United Sons & Daughters squad on a run to the final four that ultimately didn’t end until the final possession of the semifinal game. While they both will need to mature physically before taking their game to the college level, they have both undeniable talent and chemistry. Vann is a long and lean swingman with good size for the perimeter and an effortlessly smooth floor game in the open court. Casimir is an undersized point guard who plays the game with a scorer’s mindset and can make shots in bunches off the catch or the dribble. In tandem, they’re capable of winning games at a variety of tempos and also look poised to generate a lot of buzz this summer.
NERR article 6/7/2013
Issac Vann (USAD): Combo guard was very impressive scoring the ball in USAD’s Friday night win over New Heights. Vann scored 20 points and seemingly always had a response when it looked like the other team was going to go on a run. Although he displayed the ability to run the point, he clearly is at his best playing off the ball and attacking the basket. He uses a quick first step, deceptive strength, and elite body control to draw contact and finish. He got to the free throw line 13 times against an imposing New Heights frontline.
Schadrac Casimir (USAD): Vann’s backcourt mate also had a great performance Friday night, leading USAD with 22 points. Casimir is only 5-9 but really looks to score the ball. He is very good outside shooter and can score off of the dribble. He also did an excellent job of handling full court pressure from a bigger, deeper New Heights team and in doing so, showed another level of toughness.