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Big East recruiting roundup: June 5, 2015

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Creighton sends offers to two EYBL 2017 players

Two members of the EP Elite EYBL squad were given scholarship offers by Creighton on Friday afternoon. 2017 combo guard Brandon Rachal and 2017 guard Caleb Daniels were the targets of head coach Greg McDermott, the news coming to us from D1 Circuit's official Twitter account. Both Rachal and Daniels come from the Bayou as residents of Natchitoches and New Orleans, Louisiana respectively. Per his Twitter account, this is Daniels' first offer.

Brunk talks visit with Scout.com

Four-star 2016 center Joey Brunk of Indianapolis recently visited Butler University and had a chance to talk to the folks at Inside the Dawg Pound, Butler's Scout.com website. The link to the interview can be found here, though it is $$$ content.

Former Hoyas commit Dickerson is heading to Washington

Noah Dickerson, who was a former Georgetown Hoyas and Florida Gators commit, has decided to venture to the Pacific Northwest and will play for the Washington Huskies. Dickerson was much sought after and for good reason as well. The Montverde Academy power forward is the fourth best power forward in The Sunshine State per 247Sports and should give the Huskies some firepower in a loaded Pac-12 Conference.

Here is some reading material courtesy of Pacific Takes and UW Dawg Pound.

Georgetown offers highly touted 2016 prospect

Javin Montgomery-DeLaurier (Charlottesville, Virginia) nabbed an offer from the Hoyas on Thursday afternoon. This news comes to us from 247Sports' Corey Evans. The for-star power forward has standing offers from Vanderbilt and Texas, with Vandy leading the charge so far in 247Sports' Crystal Ball predictions. We'll see if John Thompson III can make something happen with this talented player from Virginia.

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