In addition to providing an early look at the program, this weekend saw the team add a third member to its 2017 recruiting class with the verbal commitment of Reed Farley on Friday.
Danilo Djuricic, a 6’8” stretch four from St. Michael’s College in Toronto, became the second member of coach Tommy Amaker’s 2017 recruiting class. Djuricic announced a verbal commitment to the Crimson on Friday afternoon at a press conference held at St. Michael’s.
Last Friday, Harvard men’s basketball coach Tommy Amaker released the team’s 2016-2017 schedule. Despite a non-conference schedule reminiscent of years past, the team will kick off this season in unfamiliar fashion. Following its annual home matchup with MIT on Nov. 3, the Crimson heads to Shanghai on Nov. 11 to face off against Stanford in the second annual Pac-12 China Game.
Mario Haskett, a 6’3’’ guard from Chesterfield, VA, announced via Twitter on Thursday that he would join coach Tommy Amaker’s squad, writing “I’m proud to announce my intentions to commit to Harvard University. #WeSoCrimson.”
With the deadline approaching, men’s basketball beat writer David Freed takes a look at how Mason compares to previous NBA draft prospects.
After a long search, graduating senior Patrick Steeves will extend his playing career for at least one more year at George Washington University.
With three-year starter Siyani Chambers ’16-’17 returning, McCarthy was slated to battle for minutes in the Harvard backcourt. A torn ACL—which led Chambers to drop out of school to retain his eligibility—changed everything, thrusting the freshman into a starting role a year early.
After being one of the most sought after recruits in history for the Crimson, Edosomwan put up less than impressive numbers his first two years with the team, though he turned his game around this season and averaged 13.1 points a game.