In the second spring recruiting weekend the Aztecs staff was off again evaluating players in both Indianapolis and Atlanta. The staff followed around the usual teams, Las Vegas Knicks and Gamepoint Basketball, but this time they did a little more than just evaluate.
Over the last week the Aztecs have extended offers to four different prospects. After a quiet first weekend the San Diego State staff is starting to shape their wish list with some prospects that are up and coming. The prospects span two recruiting classes and a variety of positions.
Washington is a 6-10 forward that plays his high school ball at Escondido High School. San Diego State extended an offer to the local big man last Wednesday. This spring he has been playing for Gamepoint Basketball on the Adidas circuit. Currently he holds offers from Montana, Nevada, San Diego State, and Tulane.
Parker Stewart (2017)
Stewart received an offer from the Aztecs on Friday, as well as two other offers (Baylor and LSU). The 6-5 guard plays at Union City High School in Union City, TN. This spring Stewart has been playing on the Nike EYBL for Team Penny. Just this year alone Stewart has 10 offers, including some from big names such as Georgetown, NC State, Utah, and Wisconsin.
Bey has seen his recruitment really explode since the beginning of the Spring Evaluation Period. In April alone he picked up seven new offers (Auburn, Colorado, New Mexico, San Diego State, Tulane, Utah, and Wyoming). The 6-8 forward plays his high school basketball for Middlebrooks Academy in the Los Angeles area. This spring Bey has been doing damage with the Las Vegas Knicks on the Adidas circuit.
Adam Seiko (2017)
Playing on the Nike EYBL circuit on a stacked Phoenix Phamily squad that includes Marvin Bagley, Remy Martin, and Cody Riley, Seiko made the most of his opportunity to showcase his skills in front of some of the nation’s top coaches. Coach Steve Fisher offered the 6-4 shooting guard on Monday and that was followed by an offer from Pepperdine the next day. It seems that his recruitment is beginning to heat up. Seiko plays his high school basketball at Sierra Canyon High in Chatsworth, CA.
Officially in the quiet period the coaching staff has some time to sort out the other players that they want to offer and schedule campus visits. It will be interesting to see which players visit San Diego State.
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