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Seton Hall offers 2018 forward Jonathan Dos Anjos

A native of Brazil, Dos Anjos is beginning to make a name for himself down in Florida, picking up his fourth D-1 offer since May.

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Seton Hall became the latest school to offer Jonathan Dos Anjos (Bradenton, Fla./Victory Rock Prep) on Saturday.

The 6-foot-8 power forward is a a three-star prospect in the class of 2018, according to 247 Sports.

Dos Anjos has also fielded Division I offers from VCU, South Alabama, and the College of Charleston.

He is an athletic power forward that moves very gracefully up and down the floor. Dos Anjos has a long stride, one that helps him when he is attacking the basket or when he moves in transition. He is a strong finisher around the basket.

Defensively, his length and frame makes it difficult for opposing defenders to zip by or deliver passes through him.

While the height and length is there—weighing 190 pounds—Dos Anjos will need to add some muscle mass and bulk up at the next level in order to be strong enough to rumble with some of the bruisers at the next level, which is certainly doable.

Dos Anjos played in 31 of Victory Rock’s 35-game season, which included an appearance in the state championship game. He averaged 8.4 points per game and 4.6 rebounds per game.

Seton Hall is looking to replenish its frontcourt. By the time Dos Anjos starts college, double-double machine Angel Delgado will have already graduated.

Junior college transfer Romaro Gill, Michael Nzei and Ismael Sanogo will be seniors.

Darnell Brodie and Sandro Mamukelashvili will still be underclassmen.