Demarcus Croaker (Orlando, Fla./Jones), the 43rd best shooting guard in 2013 according to ESPN Recruiting Nation, has recently re-opened his recruiting after de-committing from Murray State.
"I de-committed because I felt I put all my eggs in one basket, took one visit and committed," said Croaker.
The 6-3 guard is now reportedly considering Texas and Mississippi. Croaker made the trek to Austin on March 3, to spend some quality time with the Longhorns.
Croaker was down to Murray State and Texas when he decided to go with the Racers.
Croaker is very athletic and likes to get out in transition. He is very quick going to the basket and is able to finish a variety of ways as he has excellent body control. Croaker is also a consistent long-range shooter.
Other recruiting news:
- 2014 prospect Tyler Ulis (Matteson, Ill/ Marian Catholic) has recently gotten the attention of Michigan State and Minnesota. The Spartans and Gophers, both of whom have yet to offer a scholarship, joins a growing list of schools interested in the 5-8 point guard.
Ulis has offers from Columbus State, Dayton, DePaul, Iowa, Loyola-Chicago, Northern Illinois and Oregon State.
- Jordan Robinson (Toronto, Ontario/Quality Education Academy), rated the 20th best center in the class of 2013 according to ESPN Recruiting Nation, committed to the Duquesne Dukes on Feb. 27.
- On March 2, Jonathan Williams (Newark, N.J./St. Benedict’s Prep) became the first player in the class of 2014 to commit to Virginia Commonwealth. The 6-0 junior guard made the commitment after watching (in person) VCU throttle Butler 84-52.