St. John’s basketball target Jordan Riley picks up offers from Kansas, FSU

St. John's basketball target picks up offers from Kansas, Florida State. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
St. John's basketball target picks up offers from Kansas, Florida State. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /

St. John’s basketball target Jordan Riley has recently picked up offers from Kansas and Florida State as his recruitment is set to take off.

The big boys of the college basketball world have noticed St. John’s basketball prospect Jordan Riley and are now coming after him hard as the Class of 2021 guard recently picked up offers the Kansas Jayhawks and the Florida State Seminoles.

Riley, rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals, has been gathering interest all over the country in recent weeks.

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Following his offer from Iona at the beginning of June and from Connecticut two weeks ago, the Brentwood Academy (N.Y.) star also picked up an offer from Georgia.

The 6-foot-4 shooting guard also holds offers from Big East rivals DePaul, Georgetown, and Seton Hall while Kansas State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest have also extended an offer.

Programs such as Creighton, Clemson, Miami, North Carolina, and Temple have shown interest in the rising junior but have not officially offered the recruit.

Jordan Riley is also a standout for the New York Lighting on the Nike EYBL Circuit.

St. John’s was one of the first programs to offer Riley back on January 14, only beaten out by Rutgers and Stony Brook as programs to offer the then junior earlier.

The Johnnies also held a virtual meeting with the rising standout guard in mid-May.

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Mike Anderson and the Red Storm do not have a commitment from a member of the Class of 2021 and while Jordan Riley is one of the main prospects that the Red Storm are targeting he has not yet set a timetable for his decision.

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Riley has yet to take any official visits as that will be much more difficult given the in-person recruiting restrictions the NCAA has put into place amid the coronavirus pandemic.