It's about that time. The first open NCAA viewing period has come and gone, and 2018 Flo40 stars Naz Reid and Jahvon Quinerly are cutting ties within their recruitments moving forward. The announcements came late Monday night via social media.
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Reid, the No. 12 prospect in the 2018 class, trimmed his list down to 10 schools. The Roselle, NJ, native is keeping his options wide open by including schools close to home, such as Seton Hall and Rutgers, as well as high-major destination across the country, such as Arizona, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville, UCLA. As far as cuts go, St. John's and Maryland lost out early in this race.
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Reid's SportsU teammate Quinerly followed suit with his top seven. The 2018 No. 27 guard showed symmetry with Reid by keeping Kansas, Seton Hall, Arizona, and UCLA in the running while adding three top-notch academic institutions in Stanford, Villanova, and Virginia to his list.
With their timely announcements produced by New Jersey photog Brandon Dorf, it's hard to ignore the fact that Quinerly and Reid might just drag us along the recruiting trail as a package deal down the road. Reid is undoubtedly one of the strongest big men in his class, while Quinerly will continue to "jelly" his way to the top of the rankings. The more this duo plays together and succeeds together the more they might see a future together at the next level.
Take a look at the action we caught on the road with these two this past season.
Naz Reid At Hoophall
Jahvon Quinerly's Junior Season Highlights