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Recruiting Update: Enoch will visit Seton Hall, Diallo will visit Kentucky and Gill-Caesar will visit Missouri

DevonTe Brooks gives us the latest update from the recruiting circuit, including Big East-related news.

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Enoch Stays Busy

Class of 2015 recruit Steven Enoch has been busy over the past couple of days. In that stretch, he has visited four schools and Monday will be his fifth visit.

Enoch, a 6-foot-9 power forward from Norwalk, Connecticut has visited Providence, Rhode Island, Boston College and Connecticut. And Seton Hall of the Big East Conference is the next on the list. In my opinion, this is huge for Providence and for Seton Hall to get someone with this type of talent on campus.

According to 247sports, Connecticut leads the Crystal Ball predictions at an astounding 100 percent, but I believe that mostly is due to the closeness to his home, and his relationship with Kevin Ollie, whose team won the NCAA Tournament last season. Other schools could still very well be in play for courting his services.

Enoch has improved over the course of time and still has work to do, but he will be a good college player if he continues to work hard and work on his strength.

We will have more on how the visit went with Providence and Seton Hall later this week.

Diallo set to visit Kentucky

The University of Kentucky will have Class of 2015 recruit  Cheick Diallo on campus for a visit. Diallo has already been seen on campus, having posted a picture of himself via Twitter at the facilities in Lexington over the weekend. A 6-foot-9 forward from Centereach, New York, DIallo has a long list of offers from power conference schools such as Providence, St. John's, Villanova, and Louisville among others. This is key for Diallo and Kentucky, because it has been reported that he plans on making a decision around the month of December.

The 6-foot-9 big man is a really good rim protector and defender. He has made many improvements over the course of time, but his senior season will be vital going onto the collegiate level. He has been trying to improve his offensive game, and at the same time he does have some post moves and has shown flashes of dominance. Whatever school he decides to commit to, they will be getting a good player just because of his size. By time he steps on college campus, he should have at least an average offensive game.

Gill-Caesar heads to Mizzou

Montaque Gill-Caesar of the Class of 2015 will visit Missouri on Monday. There is a chance that Gill-Caesar could commit to Missouri because the Tigers recently hired former Huninghton Prep head coach Rob Fulford, who is now the assistant coach under Kim Anderson at Missouri. I expect his visit to go really well because of the relationship he has with Fulford, so be on the lookout for him and the Tigers over the next few months.