Providence has enjoyed some recent good luck with Canadian recruits. Kalif Young was a mainstay throughout his four years with the Friars, averaging 4.1 points and 4.0 rebounds while starting in 63 of his 132 appearances. Young is a native of the northern Toronto suburbs and emerged as a defensive presence while Providence enjoyed a blazing finish to the 2019-20 campaign. Berry’s older brother, Tres, took a redshirt year at the University of Rhode Island in 2020-21 and is expected to debut for the Rams in the upcoming season.
Case’s list of offers prior to choosing the Quakers included Canisius, Drake, Florida Atlantic, Mount St. Mary’s, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and McNeese State. He slots into a Providence backcourt that should be led by returning starters A.J. Reeves and Jared Bynum and a pair of experienced transfers in Aljami Durham (Indiana) and Justin Minaya (South Carolina). Alyn Breed also flashed significant ability for the Friars as a freshman and Brycen Goodine could compete for a larger role in his second season on campus. Case is a Toronto native who starred at Chaminade College Prep and on the grass-roots circuit with Northern Kings. Former Harvard shooter Corey Johnson and former Gonzaga guard Kevin Pangos are among the players produced by one of the country’s premier player development programs. Case was selected to play in the Signature All-Canadian Game prior to its cancellation in 2020 and represented his country on the U16 boys national team in 2017.
Providence is expected to welcome Tennessee point guard Quante Berry on an official visit this weekend. He claims offers from a host of high-major programs — his home-state Volunteers, Auburn, Virginia Tech, Maryland, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, Texas A&M, South Carolina and Florida are among them. firstname.lastname@example.org
New Jersey point guard Denver Anglin took an official visit with the Friars last weekend. The Huskies, Northwestern, Stanford and Georgetown are also expected to welcome Anglin for an official visit at some point. He claims offers from Georgia Tech, Xavier, Seton Hall, TCU and others. The Friars remain active with guards in the Class of 2022 after four-star prospect Jayden Epps opted to reopen his recruitment. Providence was hopeful the Virginia native would enroll with the Class of 2021 and arrive in the fall, but Epps will take advantage of campuses reopening by planning some official visits in the coming months. He has since added offers from Kansas, Connecticut, Texas A&M and Illinois to an already impressive list.
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