According to Zach Braziller of the NY Post and then a few minutes later on his personal Twitter, Delaware's Myles Cale has committed to play at Seton Hall.
Good news continues for Seton Hall. 4-star 2017 guard Myles Cale of Delaware verbals per source. #hallin— Zach Braziller (@NYPost_Brazille) March 11, 2016
He is Coach Kevin Willard's first addition to the 2017 recruiting class and the second guard named Myles that has decided to play at The Hall in the next two seasons. The other being NJ's own Myles Powell who will join the Pirates next season.
According to ESPN, Cale in the number two player in the 2017 class from the state of Delaware, is a top-30 guard in the class and has an 83 overall rating. Cale made the announcement on Twitter a few minutes after Braziller broke the news.
Happy to Finally Announce my Commitment to Seton Hall University!! GO PIRATES!! ⚪️⚓️ pic.twitter.com/REDX8yi7rA— MC3❗️ (@Killem_Myles) March 11, 2016
It is a good time to be a Pirate and now Cale will watch as his new school takes on Xavier in the Big East semifinals at Madison Square Garden.