Posh Alexander, a 2020 recruit who visited Dayton in February and listed the Dayton Flyers among his final five choices in July, announced his verbal commitment to St. John's on Thursday.» WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: UD releases non-conference schedule"My dream was always to play in front of my mom and my dad, and my whole family," he told The New York Post. "This was a great option for me."Alexander, a 5-foot-11 point guard from Our Saviour Lutheran School in Bronx, N.Y., ranks 105th in the 2020 class, according to 247Sports.com. Rivals.com ranks him 124th.Alexander was also considering Illinois, Pittsburgh and Seton Hall.Dayton has one commitment from the 2020 class. Lukas Frazier, a 6-foot-4 guard from Lake Catholic High School in Mentor, announced his verbal commitment in June.Dayton has two scholarships open in 2019 and two opening in 2020, one of which Frazier will fill.Dayton recruiting targets» 2020: Andre Curbelo | Max Amadasun | Luke Kasubke | Hassan Diarra | Desmond Polk | Zed Key | Madior Seye and D.J. Gordon | Keon Ambrose | Zach Benton | Isaiah Rivera | John Hugley | AJ Hoggard | Jalen Bridges | Tony Sanders Jr. | Andersson Garcia | Jamal Mashburn Jr. | Kam Farris | Jaylen Murray | Obina Anochili-Killen | Eric Gaines | Christian Fussell | Dylan Wusu» 2021: Wesley Cardet | Franck Kepnang | Jonathan Kuminga | Rafael Pinzon» 2022: Ramel Lloyd❤️❤️❤️ yessir it’s done pic.twitter.com/qrItaQQ2SW— Posh Alexander (@PoshAlexander) August 22, 2019 In Other News1Ask Hal: Don’t blame pitching coach for bullpen’s struggles2McCoy: Reds end 10-game home losing streak with walk-off win3Projecting the Bengals’ 53-man roster4McCoy: No love at home, Reds drop 10th straight at GABP5McCoy: Reds bullpen battered by BravesAbout the AuthorDavid JablonskiDavid Jablonski covers the Dayton Flyers and other sports for the Dayton Daily News, Springfield News-Sun and Journal News.