2022 Recruiting – Recent Visits

PF Isaac Traudt and PGs Richard Isaacs, Ben Shtolzberg on the Hilltop

Courtesy Creighton Athletics

June starts the active recruiting period and the Jays have received 3 early visits. 2022 prospective Bluejays have streamed to Omaha, with more on the way.

247.com Top 50 4-star Fwd Isaac Traudt visited the Jays unofficially on June 2nd. He has tripped to the Hilltop previously and also attended games last year. Traudt has a long list including many of the blueblood schools. It was good to get the local star back on campus. Jays were his 1st major offer. He’s got a hectic summer visit schedule lined up with visits to Nebraska, UVA, UNC, Michigan State.

On June 9th, 5-star (#23, 247.com) Richard Isaacs @poppop_5, arrived on the Hilltop, fresh off his sterling showing at the Pangos AA Camp. He has received a Jays offer and this was an Official Visit for the LV, Nev. recruit. Richard has switched over to the Prolific Prep camp for the 2021-22 season and will be teaming with 2 other CU recruiting targets Ctr Adem Bona and another Las Vegas PG Milos Uzan.

The 3rd visit was by the fast-rising 3-star (247) PG Ben Shtolzberg, 6-4/190, from Castaic, CA. Ben schools at Southern California Academy and has been gaining rapidly increasing attention with his play. Ben’s Official Visit began June 13th and was his 2nd recent trip, having visited Rutgers on June 4th, with Northwestern next July 1st. Offered by Coach Miller on May 28th, many Creightonians are excited by his potentials.



Up next on the visit schedule:

LV, Nev. Rivals 150 3-star PG Milos Uzan, 6-3/175, @lossyuzan also had a great Pangos AA Camp showing. Milos is scheduled to visit this month (June).


Rivals Top 50 SF Aidan Shaw of the KCMO metro will visit the Hilltop this Fall (September). Creighton: “I really like the spacing and pace of the Creighton offense and recently their ability to get through the adversity that’s been going through over there.”

Will update this as more unfolds over the Summer and Fall.

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