Cincinnati Basketball: Jase Richardson continues to show improvement prior to commitment date

Cincinnati Bearcats guard Mika Adams-Woods against the Chaminade Silverswords at Fifth Third Arena. USA Today.
Cincinnati Bearcats guard Mika Adams-Woods against the Chaminade Silverswords at Fifth Third Arena. USA Today. /
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Bearcats target and 2024 4-star guard Jase Richardson continues to show improvement prior to his upcoming commitment date!

During the Nike EYBL Peach Jam event this month, Richardson posted 20.8 points and 4.2 assists per game for Paul George Elite.

Following his junior season at Bishop Gorman High School, Richardson will reportedly transfer to Columbus High School in Miami.

Richardson is set to join one of the top programs in the nation and play with 2025 5-star recruits Cameron Boozer and Cayden Boozer.

Cincinnati Basketball: Jase Richardson continues to show improvement prior to commitment date

Despite missing several months with a leg injury, Richardson is the 3rd highest rated prospect from Las Vegas per 247 Sports.

Richardson is the son of former Michigan State star Jason Richardson, who was selected with the 5th overall pick in the 2001 NBA Draft.

The Las Vegas native discussed his recruitment during a recent interview via Rivals Basketball Recruiting Analyst Jackson Collier.

Wes Miller’s staff continues to target him but Michigan State is the favorite to land Richardson per On3’s Recruiting Prediction Machine.

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

Cincinnati product and 2024 4-star Tyler McKinley committed to the Bearcats in June and will represent his hometown school.

Following an extensive recruiting process, McKinley picked Cincinnati over Alabama, Michigan State, Ohio State and Xavier.

Make sure to stay tuned for the most recent recruiting rumors as the Bearcats target Richardson and several other prospects.

Richardson recently included Cincinnati among his top schools along with Alabama, Arkansas, Michigan State, USC and more.

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