Baylor basketball added their second top 50 national prospect in as many days with the commitment of Jeremy Sochan, a 2021 power forward. ESPN had the story first.
Sochan told ESPN:
“The coaches spent a long time talking to me about my role and how they see me fit into their team and roster,” Sochan said. “They also spoke to my previous coaches to learn how to get the best out of me. I think Baylor’s team mentality fits me, and I think with hard work I can make a positive impact straight away.”
“Baylor has a great record of developing players, making them better every day. That’s exactly what I want, and I believe I can really develop my own game with their help, and become the best I can be.”
Sochan picked Baylor over a host of schools, including: Florida State, Virginia, Michigan State, Creighton, Oklahoma, Oregon and TCU.
The Bears landed guard Langston Love, a top 25 national prospect, yesterday.
The future of Baylor basketball remains incredibly bright.