As we have looked into some of the mid-major prospects as of recent, there have been a handful of lower division commitments that have taken place in the past few weeks that won't make the jump all the way to the NBA, but could be key members of the D-League or abroad in years to come. Here are a few of our favorites:
M.I.T. isn't exactly known for their sporting programs, but could be with the assistance of 6'7" forward Reiner Strobos. Strobos played for the highly touted Texas D-1 Ambassadors program.
Bryan Galvin is a point guard known for his play making abilities and is a terrific fit in a fast-paced run-and-gun system. The 5'10" guard will be playing at Wesleyan in Connecticut. Another Wesleyan commit that we like is Canadian forward Chris Tugman. He's only 6'7", 215-pounds, but he was selected as an all-star this summer at the Hoop Mountain Academic All-American Camp.
Bryan Hurley decided to stay relatively close to home when he picked up an offer at Bowdoin College. The lead guard can really score the basketball inside with his dribble penetration and outside with his deep range on his perimeter jumper.