Three members of the D1 Nation head off on recruiting visits. 2012 G 6’2″ Matt Gramling will finish quarterbacking San Antonio MacArthur tonight and then he’ll hop a flight to beautiful Charleston, South Carolina birght and early Saturday morning to the Citadel. Gramling has offers from Citadel, Army, Navy, Air Force, Monmouth, Lafayette, Bradley, New Hampshire and UT-Arlington where his godfather, Scott Cross is Head Coach. Frankly, any of these schools will be fortunate to land Gramling who is tough as nails and a winner. He went head to head against the country’s top guards all spring and summer leading the Texas D1 Ambassadors -San Antonio to the 17U Las Vegas Live Platinum Championship.
2012 G Matt Gramling of San Antonio MacArthur
Stretch 3/4 man Connor Lammert continues his official visits. After visiting Vanderbilt and Texas A&M last week he made the 90 minute drive up Interstate 35 from San Antonio to Austin where he’ll enjoy an official visit with the Texas Longhorns, tour the facilities, watch the football game and listen to Coach Rick Barnes’ plans for him. Lammert has already taken two unofficials to The 40 Acres. Lammert will take a week off for homecoming and then take his final official visit to Texas Tech on September 24th.
2012 F 6’9″ Connor Lammert of San Antonio Churchill
After literally walking across the street from his College Station home for his official visit at Texas A&M last week 2012 G 6’6″ Alex Caruso a versatile, high flying guard who can play either the one, two or three will visit somewhat familiar territory as he heads to Denver and then up to Boulder, Colorado to the University of Colorado. After being hosted by Tecas D1 Ambassadors alum Daniel Alexander last week in Aggieland he’ll be hosted by another D1 Nation alum as Colorado soph Andre Roberson (Converse Wagner) shows Caruso the ropes. Caruso made an unofficial to Colorado last year while playing an April tournament in Denver with the D1 Ambassadors.
2012 G Alex Caruso of College Station Consolidated shown below at the D1 Ambassadors training camp in Galveston, TX