Keon Ambrose, a four-star recruit in the class of 2020, put the Dayton Flyers in his final five on Saturday along with Arkansas, Alabama, Southern California and North Carolina State.
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Ambrose took an official visit to the University of Dayton earlier this month and thanked Dayton Flyers coach Anthony Grant, the rest of the coaching staff and the academic staff.
According to PhenomHoopReport, Ambrose plans to visit the other four schools he’s still considering before making a final decision in November. Of Dayton, he said, “Dayton has been recruiting me since Day 1! I love my conversations with head coach Anthony Grant and his vision for me with the Flyers. I enjoyed my official visit and was embraced by the whole community.”
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Ambrose put the Flyers in his final 10 in August. Dayton offered Ambrose, who’s from Toronto, Ont., a scholarship in November. He’s a 6-foot-8 forward from the International Sports Academy at Andrews Osborne Academy in Willoughby, Ohio.
Ambrose ranks 78th in the 2020 class, according to 247Sports.com. Rivals.com ranks him 98th.
Dayton has two scholarships open in 2019 and two opening in 2020, one of which Frazier will fill.
Dayton recruiting targets
» 2020: Andre Curbelo | Max Amadasun | Luke Kasubke | Hassan Diarra | Desmond Polk | Madior Seye and D.J. Gordon | Keon Ambrose | Zach Benton | Isaiah Rivera | John Hugley | AJ Hoggard | Tony Sanders Jr. | Andersson Garcia | Kam Farris | Jaylen Murray | Obina Anochili-Killen | Eric Gaines | Christian Fussell | Dylan Wusu | Bayron Matos
» 2022: Ramel Lloyd
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