Four-star junior John Camden lands three new offers, several programs getting involved

After making a move from Westtown to Archbishop Carroll, John Camden battled with some injuries that kept him out for some of his season but once he returned, showed why he’s one of the most unique players in the 2021 class.

He returned less then midway through the season and looked like his normal self, averaging nearly 20 points per game and had multiple 30-point games under his belt. This summer was without a doubt going to be a breakout summer for him, but, I still fully expect many high-majors to offer here.

The 6-foot-8 sharpshooter held early offers from Miami, Penn State, Syracuse, amongst many others.

Now, over the past three days, he has landed offers from Indiana, TCU and Wake Forest. Thoughts on those new offers?

Wake Forest: “Wake Forest’s new coaching staff thinks I would do well there and fit into their system.”

Indiana: “Indiana loves my versatility and says I am the perfect addition to their 2021 class.”

TCU: “TCU thinks I would thrive and they are making me a priority.”

But, there have been plenty of programs already involved with Camden, many of whom have already extended scholarship offers out to him.

“Miami, Syracuse, Xavier, VT, Penn State, Temple, Florida, among others have offered and stayed involved,” Camden said.

Camden also has several schools that have garnered interest and are just itching to see him play when COVID-19 eases off, among those: “Memphis, Pitt, UConn, Georgia, among others have expressed interest and are looking forward to watching me play.”

As far as zoom calls go and virtual visits during these crazy times, he expects to complete a call with Indiana in the near future and possibly Virginia Tech and Memphis.

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