Thursday was the first day of the contact period for the class of 2025. What that means is Division I coaches can make direct contact with prospects in the 2025 recruiting class per NCAA rules.
NCAA rules permit college basketball coaches to make unlimited calls and text to recruits on June 15 after their sophomore year. That means calls, texts and direct messages on social media for the first time in many of the prospects lives.
A number of prospects will be participating in the D1 Midwest Basketball Showcase in Kansas City (June 17-18).
Here is a list of local names that were contacted by schools.
Bryson Bahl, F, Papillion-La Vista South: Colorado State, Eastern Illinois, Nebraska, South Dakota
A’mare Bynum, F, Omaha Bryan: Colorado, Colorado State, Creighton, Iowa State, LSU, Missouri-Kansas City, Nebraska, Northern Iowa, SMU, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Texas Tech, Wake Forest
Braden Frager, F, Lincoln Southwest: Creighton, Iowa State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Yale
Robby Garcia, F, Bellevue West: Eastern Illinois, Nebraska, South Dakota
Marqas Gray, F, Boys Town: Nebraska
Reece Kircher, G, Papillion-La Vista South: Colorado State, South Dakota
Chuck Love, G, Lincoln Northeast: Arkansas, Creighton, Colorado, Cincinnati, Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, LSU, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Missouri, Northern Iowa, Oklahoma, Oregon, Utah, Washington
Amir Martin, F, Omaha Bryan: Creighton, Colorado State, Eastern Illinois, Nebraska, Omaha, North Dakota, South Dakota, South Dakota State, Utah State
Tayvin Zephier-Murphy, F, Omaha Westview: Eastern Illinois, Nebraska, South Dakota, Utah State
Trinell Parker, F, Eastern Illinois, Creighton Prep: Nebraska, Utah State
Derek Rollins, F, Millard North: Eastern Illinois, Nebraska, Omaha, South Dakota, Utah State
Brock Scholl, F, Omaha Skutt: Eastern Illinois, Nebraska, South Dakota, Utah State
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