Dayton offers scholarship to forward from Brooklyn

Latest offer to a member of 2020 class


Julian Champagnie, a 6-foot-7 forward in the class of 2020, received a scholarship offer from the Dayton Flyers on Saturday, he announced on Twitter.

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Seton Hall, Cincinnati and Long Beach State are among the other schools that have offered scholarships to Champagnie, who attends Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School in Brooklyn, N.Y. His twin brother, Justin, also has offers from Cincinnati, Seton Hall and others.

Eric Hampford, of MadeHoops.com, listed Julian as one of the standout players at the Hoop Group Elite Team Camp in July.

“The improvement of the 6-7 wing forward has been very impressive since last fall,” Hampford wrote, “and colleges are noticing. His versatility is impressive, and he had his motor turned all the way up for Bishop Loughlin over the weekend. He showed three-level scoring ability and a willingness to defend throughout the event, and I really was impressed by his vocal leadership on both ends of the floor.”

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According to PrepHoops.com, Champagnie was a 2019 recruit who plans to spend a post-graduate year at a prep school and join the 2020 class.

2019 DAYTON OFFERS

Tre WilliamsDontaie AllenMaceo AustinAndre GordonTyler Bertram Tyson EtienneJovan Blacksher Jr.Diante Smith Toumani CamaraKira LewisPrince Gillam and Ismael CruzJoshua Pierre-LouisMoulaye Sissoko and Lester QuinonesOlanrewaju Olamuyiwa | Isaiah Wilkins

2020 DAYTON OFFERS

Zeb JacksonSymir TorrenceAndre Curbelo Posh Alexander | Max AmadasunLuke KasubkeMo NjieJohn HugleyBayron Matos-Garcia | Andre Jackson

2021 DAYTON OFFERS

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