2020 recruit takes unofficial visit to Dayton

Zeb Jackson, of Maumee Valley, was on campus Sunday

The Dayton Flyers have received one commitment from the class of 2018. Recruiting continues for 2019. Work on the 2020 class is also underway.

Zeb Jackson, a 5-foot-9 sophomore point guard from Maumee Valley Country Day School in Toledo, took an unofficial visit to Dayton on Sunday, according to C2K Elite, an Under Armour-sponsored AAU program in Ohio.

According to, Dayton has offered scholarships to two players in the class of 2020: Posh Alexander, a 6-2 guard from New York City; and Devontae Blanton, a 6-4 guard from Lakewood St. Edward.

It’s too early to say how many scholarships Dayton will have open in 2020. Based on the current roster, Trey Landers and Ryan Mikesell, who’s sitting out this season, will be the team’s seniors in the 2019-20 season.

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In other recruiting news:

• Jack Clark, a 6-5 guard in the class of 2018 from Cheltenham High in Pennsylvania, announced Monday he will make his college choice Thursday. Dayton, Penn State, La Salle, South Florida and Massachusetts are in the mix.

MORE: 2019 class could be big one for UD

• Anthony Nelson, a 2018 recruit who visited UD on Sept. 25, told he may make one more visit before announcing his college choice. He visited Seton Hall last weekend. Clemson, West Virginia and Minnesota also made his final list.

• Dayton is among the many schools to reach out to Anfernee Simons, a 2018 recruit who decommitted from Louisville, according to a report by Jacob Polacheck, of Simmons, of Orlando, Fla., is the 12th-ranked recruit in the nation.

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