Initially, star 2015 point guard Isaiah Briscoe (Roselle Catholic, N.J.) was going to commit next spring. Then, he decided that he was going to announce some time this fall after trimming Connecticut and Louisville from his list this summer. Shortly after, it was reported that Briscoe would decide to be patient and wait until the spring to commit to a school in order to evaluate future destinations more accurately. During all of this, the one common theme is that Isaiah's father, George, has stated that his family wants him to stay local.
The latest news seems to hint that we should expect the unexpected from here on out.
According to Adam Zagoria, Isaiah Briscoe's recruitment is now wide open with Kentucky conducting an in-home visit on September 18th, UConn back in the mix, and both Georgia Tech and Missouri to fly in for what look like in-home visits.
Briscoe will also do an official to UConn on 9/26. Mizzou will also be in this week to see him.— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) September 8, 2014
The lone good news out of all of this is that on Saturday Kevin Willard is going to tell Isaiah this is all unacceptable:
Seton Hall will meet with @_IsaiahBriscoe on Saturday at RC, and Georgia Tech on Sunday.— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) September 8, 2014