Ever since college coaches have been allowed to contact class of 2022 recruits on June 15, top-ranked forward Taylor Hendricks has racked up a multitude of ‘Power 5’ offers.
“My recruitment has blown up,” Hendricks told 305Sports after receiving an offer from Virginia Tech. “Coaches from everywhere have contacted me.”
In addition to the offer from the Hokies, Notre Dame, Miami, Western Kentucky and Memphis among others have reached out to the Calvary Christian Academy (Fort Lauderdale, FL) transfer as of late.
The 2022 prospect added that he’s expecting Notre Dame, Memphis and Western Kentucky to offer him very soon.
Hendricks, who’s ranked as the nation’s No. 67 rising junior according to Rivals, averaged 14.2 points, 1.2 assists, and 8.6 rebounds a game for the University School Sharks last season.
As far as constant contact goes, “Miami is in contact every day along with Memphis,” Hendricks claimed.
Heading into next season, the 6-foot-9 forward has set set high standards for his Eagles squad.
“My goals are to win a state championship, make it to and win Geico Nationals and have our team become nationally ranked,” he said.
Calvary Christian, who finished the 2019-20 campaign with a 21-8 record, has formed one of the most exciting teams in South Florida. Headlined by rising junior Gregg Glenn, the No. 28 player in the country, the team holds plenty of talent in the 2022 and 2023 class, including Taylor and Tyler Hendricks, Marvell Allen, Dylan Canonville and Carl Cherenfant.
The star-studded team is destined to accomplish whatever they pursue next season.