Cohill thanked all the schools that recruited him in his Twitter post, as well as his mother, sister and coaches.
“This has been a day that my family and I have dreamed of since I started playing the game I love,” Cohill wrote.
Cohill also wrote, “I believe in what coach Grant and his staff are building, and I can’t wait to be a part of it. It’s always a great day to be a Flyer!”
Cohill had scheduled visits to Ohio State, Virginia Tech and Vanderbilt in the coming weeks. Clemson, UNLV, West Virginia, Texas, Pittsburgh and Penn State also made his top 10.
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As a junior, Cohill averaged 22.9 points, 6.9 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 2.5 steals per game. He shot 35 percent from 3-point range. Holy Name finished 23-4 and reached the Division II regional semifinals.
In August, Cohill told Scout.com of Dayton, "I talk to Coach (Anthony) Grant or an assistant at least five times a week. They tell me they need a lead guard who can come in and make an impact and how I could be the face of their program. It is just intriguing, and I feel like I could come in and make an impact right away."
According to NEOhioSpotlight.com, Cohill is "possesses an innate ability to finish in the open floor, using a variety of evasive stepthroughs to maneuver around defenders. When he is locked in, he has the length and lateral quickness to be a lockdown defender at the next level. He is a capable playmaker moving forward and has made a conscious effort to improve his decision making."