ACC Basketball Recruiting Update

Teams across the ACC remain active on the basketball recruiting trail, as Miami picks up a huge commitment to their 2016 frontcourt, while also landing a transfer from a sibling of an NBA player that some of you may know. That and more below, let’s get to it.



Jim Larranaga and his staff nabbed a huge recruit this week as four-star, 6’11” center prospect Rodney Miller has committed to the Miami Hurricanes, according to Rob Harrington of The 2016 prospect is described as a long-term project by Harrington, as Miller is still extremely raw, while showing flashes of what kind of player he can potentially be in the ACC down the road. Miller also considered Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, and Seton Hall throughout his recruitment.



6’6″ guard Rashad Muhammad, brother of Minnesota Timberwolves forward Shabazz Muhammad, will transfer from San Jose State to Miami, according to Evan Daniels of Muhammad is a scoring guard, who led the Spartans in points per game in each of the last two seasons. As a freshman, he averaged 13.2 points per contest before averaging 13.9 points per game last season. He will sit out the 2015-2016 season per NCAA transfer rules, and will have two seasons of eligibility remaining when he returns for the 2016-2017 campaign.



Four-star 2016 wing Brandon Robinson out of Douglas, Georgia has added a University of North Carolina offer over the course of the past week, and is now eyeing a visit to Chapel Hill in the near future. Robinson, a 6’5″ swingman, already has visits planned this fall to Florida State and Maryland. He has already taken a visit to Louisville to meet coach Rick Pitino and his staff prior to their Puerto Rico team trip earlier this week.


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