Che Evans recruitment heats up.
We checked in with TeamMelo Recruiting Coordinator Dwayne Wise to get details on Che Evans of 2020 class who’s rated the #32 overall prospect by 247sports as well as #8 at his position by ESPN.
Evans is considered by many as an Elite Scorer with an advanced skill set, with rapid progress as a defender.
We asked Wise about Evans support system and recent college interest, and here is what he had to say.
Che support system: Wise said it starts with his parents (Che Evans Sr. & Anika Middleton). There is a routine each day, that consist of a diet, at least two workouts each day and then film session. After each High School game, Evans will either go workout, or spend time with his mom, older brother, as well as nephew Carter said Wise. “We do it this way, to offer balance between both households. Day to day Evans hear two voices in terms of basketball, and that’s his dad and myself, so it’s vital he gets that motherly love, when he isn’t in the gym.”
We asked Wise, what are some of the schools who have made Evans a priority, or a hard target.
Schools that have consistently called or have visited his High School are as followed: Georgetown, Florida, Maryland, Villanova, Boston College, TCU, Oklahoma State, St Johns and Ole Miss.
What are some schools who he visited or plan to visit, those are as followed:
Recently visited Michigan State, Coach Dan Fife loves his potential and sees him similar to present star, Miles Bridges. TCU Assistant Coach Ryan Miller has been on him since last year, so I would expect a visit soon.
Wise added he received a call from Shaheen Hollaway today, confirming he is a priority for Seton Hall. Others on his list are Oregon, Duke and LSU.
Do you think Evans will commit early or late?
I can’t confirm, but I’m almost certain that he will wait till after early signing period. I could see January of his senior year, just to see where some of the other Elite recruits sign, or perhaps some he could team up with to have a great Class.