A four-star recruit in the class of 2018 will take an official visit to the University of Dayton starting Thursday.
Dwayne Cohill, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard from Holy Name High School in Parma Heights, Ohio, announced Wednesday via Twitter he will be on campus Thursday. He ranks 92nd in the 2018 class, according to Rivals.com
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The Dayton Flyers have one scholarship open for 2018. They will have two if suspended junior forward Sam Miller doesn’t return.
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."
Cohill will visit Ohio State on Sept. 23, along with Versailles senior Justin Ahrens, who lists Ohio State, Michigan and Xavier among his final three. Cohill has also scheduled a visit to Virginia Tech Oct. 20-22, according to Scout.com.
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Cohill also listed Vanderbilt, Clemson, UNLV, West Virginia, Texas, Pittsburgh and Penn State in his final 10 in July.