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Seton Hall hosting sophomores Mohamed Touray and Desure Buie

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Despite landing commitments from junior college wing Stephane Manga and Jersey guard Jaren Sina last week, Seton Hall still has one more scholarship to give - two if point guard Tom Maayan is obligated to return to Israel in order to fulfill military service for the IDF.

With point guard Nigel Johnson committing to Kansas State and power forward Darryl Reynolds choosing Villanova over Utah, South Carolina and Seton Hall, the staff is running out of targets. However, one surfaced in the form of 2013 point guard Randy Onwuasor of Inglewood (Calif.) A 6-foot-3 guard, Randy visited St. Louis on April 11th and is scheduled to visit Miami (OH) tomorrow. He is then planning on visiting Seton Hall, but a date has not yet been set. Onwuasor averaged 16.1 PPG and 6.6 APG for Inglewood as a senior this season. Here is a highlight tape.

Looking to the future, Seton Hall will host 2015 guards Mohamed Touray and Desure Buie of Wings Academy (N.Y.) and the NY Lightning (AAU) on unofficial visits tomorrow. Touray has strong interest from Boston University, interest from a long list of high/mid-majors, has visited Hofstra, and attended St. John's Midnight Madness last fall. Desure has a lone offer from Fordham, which he picked up yesterday, and, like his teammate, he has also visited Hofstra.

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Among other players, Seton Hall was watching 2014s PG Kaison Randolph (Pennington School, N.J.), PF Quadri Moore (Linden, N.J.) and PF Ben Bentil (Middletown, Del.) at the Hoop Group Pitt Jam Fest during this weekend's live AAU period. The staff was also spotted watching Team Final vs. King James at the NJ Playaz Spring Fling.

Rutgers' transfer Eli Carter has announced that he is considering six schools. Seton Hall and Rutgers are not on his list.