updated 12:12 AM CDT, Mar 26, 2017
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Talen Horton-Tucker Picks Up Arizona State Scholarship Offer

Class of 2018 Chicago Simeon standout Talen Horton-Tucker has now added a scholarship offer from Arizona State to his collection.

Horton-Tucker, a 6’5 wing, ranks among the top 3 2018 prospects in the state of Illinois. Horton-Tucker is a crafty, big-bodied wing who can assume a number of different roles on the floor.

Horton-Tucker also holds high-major offers from Northwestern, Missouri, DePaul and Iowa State.



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6'9 Richmond-Burton Standout Joey St. Pierre Commits To UTEP

Class of 2017 Richmond-Burton standout Joey St. Pierre has committed to play his college basketball for head coach Tim Floyd and UTEP.

St. Pierre is a 6’9 center who brings excellent size, an ability to play physical, mobility and a developing skill package to the table.

St. Pierre brings nice upside potential to the table. A redshirt year could be beneficial to further hone and refine his skills. He already has all the physical tools.

St. Pierre will join a UTEP recruiting class that already includes Chicago Simeon standout Evan Gilyard.



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Illinois State Offers Red-Hot Illini Bluffs F Taylor Bruninga

Illinois State has now offered a scholarship to class of 2017 Illini Bluffs standout Taylor Bruninga.

Bruninga, a skilled 6’9 forward, has seen his recruiting stock elevate during the high school season. Bruninga is averaging better than 36 points and nearly 13 rebounds per contest on the season.

Bruninga was offered by Eastern Illinois earlier this month.

Bruninga competed on the travel team circuit with the Illinois Irish.



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Paris Parham Jr. Is Sizzling At St. John's Military Academy (WI)

Former Illinois high school standout Paris Parham Jr. is in the midst of a strong postgraduate season at St. John’s Military (WI) and continues to raise his recruiting stock.

Parham, a 6’3 guard, is a versatile backcourt talent with good size. Parham’s signature offensive weapon is his jump shot which he knocks down with range out beyond the three-point arc.

Parham knocked down 5 three-pointers en route to scoring 19 points to lead St. John’s Military to a win at the Spire Showcase on Friday night.

Parham has knocked down 5 or more three-pointers in 8 different games this season.

Parham, who has had a major growth spurt over the past couple of years, can play either backcourt position.

Parham is poised to see a spike in his recruiting and will be in action with St. John’s Military this weekend at the Spire Showcase and next weekend at the National Prep School Invitational in Rhode Island.

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