St. John’s basketball offers set of power forward twins in Class of 2023

A pair of Nike sneakers worn by a player on the St. John's basketball team. (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images)
A pair of Nike sneakers worn by a player on the St. John's basketball team. (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images) /

The St. John’s basketball program offered two twins in the Class of 2023 who both play power forward.

Mike Anderson has been busy in the state of Florida over the last couple of days as the head coach of the St. John’s Red Storm has extended two more scholarships to prospect in the Sunshine State.

Twins Ryan and Matt Bewley are the latest players to get offers from the Johnnies as the duo are members of the Class of 2023 at Northeast High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Rivals was the first to report St. John’s offering the twins.

The two play at the same school as Class of 2021 prospect Wesley Cardet Jr., who picked up an offer from St. John’s on Sunday night.

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The Bewley’s both play power forward, stand at 6-foot-9, and are ranked as two-star recruits according to Verbal Commits.

Ryan and Matt Bewley both hold offers from Auburn, Florida State, DePaul, Alabama, Florida, Iowa State, and South Florida.

Not only do the Bewley’s play alongside Cardert Jr. at Northeast, the trio also plays for Team Breakdown on the Under Armour AAU Circuit.

In terms of the skillset of the brothers, Matt Bewley is definitely more skilled and developed as a prospect in terms of his activity on the court and ability to put the ball on the floor, get to the basket, and step on the permitter.

Ryan Bewley is more of a rim runner who does a lot of his damage in the paint and has a tenacity to dunk many of his opportunities around the rim, very similar to a skill set of Red Storm rising junior Josh Roberts.

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The brothers have not yet outlined a timeline for their recruitment nor a statement if they will attend the same college, but entering their sophomore year of high school it seems like these twins will be a package deal at the next level.

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St. John’s currently does not have a commitment from a player in the Class of 2021, 2022, or 2023 but Mike Anderson continues to put his head down and work hard on the recruiting trail.