After the game Oklahoma State offered him a scholarship.
Wednesday morning Missouri had offered a scholarship, too.
Monday night, McNeil scored 42 points in Sinclair’s 98-81 loss at Edison State, which is 24-4 and ranked No. 17 in the nation.
McNeil went 12 for 20 from the floor, 4 for 6 from beyond the three-point line and was a perfect 14 for 14 from the free throw line. He also had nine rebounds.
In the past 13 days he’s received scholarship offers from No. 14 Texas Tech, West Virginia, Colorado State and Winthrop. The Dayton Flyers were among several schools which offered him a scholarship in December.
Over seven dozen schools have either come to Sinclair games or practices or called in their recruitment of McNeil this season. The most recent have been Indiana, TCU, Arkansas and finally Pitt, which called Price Thursday morning.
And by Thursday afternoon, Ole Miss had offered a scholarship, as well.