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Providence basketball recruiting: Friars offer 2021 guard Breon Pass

Pass, a 2-sport athlete, recently made it known he’d be playing basketball at the next level.

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The Providence Friars continued their trek along the 2021 recruiting trail on Wednesday. The Friars offered 2021 guard Breon Pass, who made the announcement of his offer from Ed Cooley’s staff on Twitter:

Pass, an attendee of Reidsville High School in Reidsville, North Carolina, is a two-sport athlete as he is not only a basketball player, but a football player as well. And quite good too, as he’s all-state at both sports. Pass recently announced on his Instagram Live that he intends to play basketball at the next level so his focus is now entirely on hoops.

Providence joins a host of schools who’ve offered Pass for basketball. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets got in on him on Wednesday as well. Additionally, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, UNCG Spartans, Winthrop Eagles, College of Charleston Cougars, UNCW Seahawks, North Carolina State Wolfpack, East Carolina Pirates, Elon Phoenix, Hampton Pirates and North Carolina A&T Aggies have offered Pass, as well.