UConn men's basketball recruiting
Dan Hurley’s 2022 recruiting class is shaping up to be one of the best in the country.
The Huskies keep the top talent in Connecticut for the Class of 2022 in state.
The ‘instant impact player’ out of Roselle, New Jersey becomes the Huskies’ first addition in their ‘22 class.
The 6-foot-10 big man picked UConn within weeks of Rahsool Diggins and Jordan Hawkins
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The four-star guard from Philadelphia is Dan Hurley’s first 2021 recruit
Drew Hurley, a 6-foot-1 guard at East Catholic High School, will play for his father at UConn.
RJ Cole, Kimani Young and video conferencing technology helped UConn land the sought-after regional prospect.
The 6-foot-9, 241 lb big man was the 49th ranked prospect in 2021 and will reclassify to 2020.
Dan Hurley lands a lauded transfer from his old school.
The New Jersey product will have two seasons of eligibility with the the Huskies after sitting a year.
The Huskies’ prized recruit has officially joined the team.
Dan Hurley is making sure his 2019 class will be a good one.
UConn adds a big-time frontcourt recruit.
The four-star guard from New York becomes the first Husky commit for the class of 2019.
The Huskies have now filled their roster for the upcoming season.
The Huskies bolster their guard depth with an experienced grad transfer.
UConn gets a former URI recruit to help fill out the roster.
The Huskies lose their final member of the 2018 recruiting class.
The wing from Washington has not ruled out coming to Storrs but has re-opened his recruitment.
The Huskies lose their highest-rated 2018 recruit.
David Onuorah and Antwoine Anderson bring a lot to the table for a UConn team that experienced so much turnover this offseason.
Another recruit on board for the class of 2018.