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Sport Marquette offers 2023 forward Milan Momcilovic

14:00  16 june  2021
14:00  16 june  2021 Source:   sbnation.com

Let the June recruiting madness begin

  Let the June recruiting madness begin In-person recruiting is officially back open for business, and the Buckeyes are already hosting big names.While this upcoming weekend will be one of the biggest this June as it will feature the long-awaited Buckeye Bash 2.0, prospects already began flocking to Columbus on the very first day it was allowed on Tuesday.

The Marquette Golden Eagles dipped into the 2023 recruiting pool on Tuesday.

  Marquette offers 2023 forward Milan Momcilovic © Mike De Sisti / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Shaka Smart and the Golden Eagles offered a talented native of Wisconsin. Milan Momcilovic of Pewaukee received an offer from them, his first-ever offer per his Verbal Commits page.

Thus far, Momcilovic obviously has loads of room to grow as we go into the 2021 season this fall. The 6-foot-8, 190-pound power forward will likely receive many more offers as time goes on, but MU getting in first is noteworthy of course. According to his 247Sports page, he’s received interest from the Iowa State Cyclones and Wisconsin Badgers, but neither has offered him yet to this point.

Marquette has now offered four different players in the Class of 2023. Two others are power forwards like Milan, in the form of TJ Power of Worcester Academy in Massachusetts, and Gus Yalden of IMG Academy. The other player they’ve offered is five-star guard Taison Chatman, who’s a native of Minneapolis.

Ohio State offers 2023 Florida DB, hosts one of top 2023 targets for another unofficial .
Ohio State is doing work as they try to start the momentum in their 2023 class.Another two weeks are still to come and that is where the coaching staff will do their best to add to their 2022 and 2023 classes by making some lasting impressions that will keep the Buckeyes at or near the top of the lists for some of the best players in the country.

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