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Seton Hall, Boston University set up in-home visits with 2015 guard Dalton Soffer

Dalton Soffer visited Seton Hall on an unofficial last Wednesday.
Dalton Soffer visited Seton Hall on an unofficial last Wednesday.

Following unofficial visits to Seton Hall and Penn last week, both of which yielded offers, 2015 Gamepoint/Poway HS (Calif.) shooting guard Dalton Soffer has narrowed his school list to four and is now setting up in-home visits.

Boston University will be the first school to travel out to Southern California to see Soffer, with head coach Joe Jones and assistant coach Shaun Morris scheduled to conduct their in-home next Tuesday, September 9th.

As of now, Dalton's second visit will come from Seton Hall, who will have head coach Kevin Willard and assistant Fred Hill fly across country to watch one of the West Coast's best spot-up shooters work out at Poway's open gym, along with an in-home visit on September 24th. Poway High School is located about 30 minutes north of San Diego.

The other two schools on Soffer's list of four, Loyola (Md.) and Penn, also plan on lining up their respective in-home visits within the next several weeks, but no specific dates have been set.

Outside of current Seton Hall guard Jaren Sina and perhaps Aaron Cosby, Dalton Soffer is one of the best three-point specialists that Seton Hall has targeted in recent recruiting classes. Soffer caught the eye of Pirates' associate head coach Shaheen Holloway and Kevin Willard at the BasketBull Summer Championship in Springfield (Mass.) this July while the pair of staffers were scouting 2015 guard/wing Dupree McBrayer of New Heights, who has since committed to Minnesota.

Soffer hit eight three-pointers including the game winner against McBrayer, all of which can be viewed below: