Cincinnati Basketball: 2024 4-star guard Jase Richardson includes Bearcats among top schools

Bishop Gorman High School guard Jase Richardson shoots a free throw against Centennial High School. USA Today.
Bishop Gorman High School guard Jase Richardson shoots a free throw against Centennial High School. USA Today. /
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Bishop Gorman combo guard and 2024 4-star prospect Jase Richardson included the Cincinnati Bearcats among his top schools alongside Alabama, Michigan State, USC and others.

Despite missing several months due to a leg injury, Richardson is the 46th highest rated recruit in the nation and 3rd ranked prospect from Las Vegas according to 247 Sports.

Richardson is the son of former NBA lottery pick Jason Richardson, who was a significant part of Michigan State’s national title run in 2000 and went onto play over a decade in the league.

The Las Vegas native broke down his thoughts on the Bearcats and other schools he’s considering during a recent interview with Rivals Basketball Recruiting Analyst Jackson Collier.

Cincinnati Basketball: 2024 4-star guard Jase Richardson includes Bearcats among top schools

Make sure to stay tuned as Cincinnati looks to add Richardson and other prospects from the 2024 class including 5-star center Flory Bidunga and 4-star point guard Travis Perry.

In addition to the Bearcats, Bidunga is reportedly considering several notable programs prior to his senior campaign including Auburn, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and more.

Wes Miller’s coaching staff continues to target 2024 5-star center Flory Bidunga, who displayed impressive potential and intriguing two-way ability at a recent Adidas tournament!

Cincinnati Basketball: Bearcats target Flory Bidunga impresses in recent Adidas tournament

Bidunga averaged 20.0 points, 6.5 blocks and 5.0 rebounds in two games last month. Check out highlights from Bidunga’s dominant showing on the AAU circuit via Courtside Films.

Heading into his senior season at Kokomo High School, Bidunga is 2nd highest rated prospect in the country and top ranked recruit from Indiana according to 247 Sports.

The Indiana native is projected to eventually sign with Cincinnati per 247 Sports. Bidunga was also named MaxPreps Indiana High School Basketball Player of the Year in April.

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