Rutgers basketball offered Antonio Chol this week. For the Scarlet Knights, they are getting involved with a player whose skillset definitely fits a need on their roster.
A 6-foot-8 forward from Minnesota Prepatory Academy, Chol holds offers from Loyola Marymount and New Mexico in addition to his most recent offer from the Scarlet Knights. He is a three-star according to 247Sports and the third-best player in New York (Chol originally hails from Buffalo).
Chol reclassified back to the 2023 class.
Chol has tremendous length and is an explosive athlete. He defends and rebound well, certainly checking off two important attributes for head coach Steve Pikiell. He also runs the court well and is a solid inside presence.
Chol tweeted about the offer on April 11:
blessed to receive an offer from Rutgers university @SoeliteBBall @GroadBballClub #Mashallah pic.twitter.com/KYk2Pa0WNx
— Antonio Chol (@iamtonio22) April 11, 2022
Rutgers is certainly looking to add length and size in this current class as well as the transfer portal. Earlier this week, the Scarlet Knights lost out on center Neal Quinn, who was a target in the transfer portal.
He committed to Richmond.
Quinn hails from Ramapo, N.J. and played three seasons as Lafayette. Rutgers had brought in Quinn in late March for a visit.