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Vonleh Nets First High-Major Offer

October 14th, 2010
New England Recruiting Report

Boston College became the first high-major school to offer Noah Vonleh a scholarship on Wednesday. 



It has been an exciting ten days for Haverhill sophomore Noah Vonleh

First Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim came into the Haverhill gym to watch the sophomore sensation work out last Wednesday and was quickly followed by Boston College head coach Steve Donahue. 

Now, Boston College has become the first high-major school to officially offer the youngster a scholarship as the Eagles reportedly extended the offer on Wednesday. 

This should be just the beginning for Vonleh as he is still only just fifteen years old and just beginning to realize his potential.  A six-foot-seven swingman with a strong body, good athleticism, and a rapidly developing perimeter skill set, Vonleh is likely to have his choice of high-major programs before it is all said and done. 

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