Bronx guard takes official visit to Dayton

Dayton graduate assistant coach Sean Damaska, back center, talks to fellow grad assistant Brett Comer during a game at Fordham on Jan. 26, 2019, at Rose Hill Gym in Bronx, N.Y. David Jablonski/Staff

Koby Brea could end up in 2020 or 2021 class

Koby Brea, a 6-foot-5 shooting guard, took an official visit to Dayton last weekend, according to his high school coach Marcus Matthews.

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Brea attends Monsignor Scanlan High School in Bronx, N.Y. He is in the 2020 recruiting class but has an option to move to the 2021 class.

Brea played for the Dominican Republic U-17 national team in the summer. Massachusetts and Manhattan are among the other schools recruiting him.

Dayton has one commitment from the 2020 class. Lukas Frazier, a 6-foot-4 guard from Lake Catholic High School in Mentor, announced his verbal commitment in June.

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Dayton has two scholarships open in 2019 and two opening in 2020, one of which Frazier will fill.

The 2021 class will be an important one for Dayton. If the roster doesn’t change next season, the Flyers will lose five seniors from the 2020-21 team: Jalen Crutcher, Jhery Matos, Ibi Watson, Rodney Chatman and Jordy Tshimanga.

Dayton recruiting targets

» 2020: Andre CurbeloMax AmadasunLuke KasubkeHassan DiarraDesmond PolkMadior Seye and D.J. GordonKeon AmbroseZach BentonIsaiah RiveraJohn HugleyAJ HoggardTony Sanders Jr.Andersson GarciaKam FarrisJaylen MurrayObina Anochili-KillenEric GainesChristian FussellDylan WusuBayron Matos

» 2021: Wesley CardetFranck KepnangJonathan KumingaRafael PinzonMalachi SmithJalin Billingsley

» 2022: Ramel Lloyd

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