Seton Hall has been in on local high school basketball players Khadeen Carrington and Isaiah Whitehead and the New Jersey school managed to land one of them — Khadeen Carrington announced on Twitter on Wednesday that he has committed to Seton Hall.
“Committed today to play at the University of Seton Hall,” he tweeted.
“I can go in there and play right away and be an impact player,” Carrington told Zach Braziller of the NY Post. “That’s what I was looking for. There was no reason to look anywhere else.”
Carrington is a 6-foot-3 guard who averaged 24.7 points last season while helping to lead Bishop Loughlin to the CHSAA finals. He had offers from Cincinnati, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt, and St. John’s.
His teammate at Bishop Loughlin, Mike Williams, committed to Rutgers University earlier this summer. His teammate on the New York Lightning AAU team, Angel Delgado, also committed to Seton Hall recently.
Seton Hall could potentially land Whitehead as well, although it is viewed as a long shot at this point, as Whitehead is scheduled to take an unofficial visit there this Saturday.