Future150 Midwest Analyst. Covering Midwest high school basketball.
Lowell, MA (Future150) -- If you haven't heard the name Kaleb Jospeh yet, you will.
The talented 2014 PG is one of the best kept secrets in New England, but after a breakout season at Cushing and a strong Spring with Mass Rivals, the secret is about to be out.
Joseph is an electrifying 6-foot-3 point guard that has a quick first step, which he uses to get into the lane and finish with ease. In addition, he has shown an improved jump shot and ability to run a team.
He had a great showing at the Elite 75 showcase on Friday, and if it wasn't for close friend and fellow 2014 standout Jarred Terrell, he might have been the top performer of the camp.
Before the camp started, Kaleb was nice enough to catchup with Future150 about his recruitment.
He holds offers from Maryland, Boston College, Tennessee, Pittsburgh, and Providence. In additio,n he is hearing from Kansas State, Georgetown, and UConn.
Recently, Joseph visited UConn and came away very impressed with the program.
"I like their history of how they use their guards. They pretty much let the guards run the program there so that's cool," he said.
He also said that he wasn't deterred by the idea that Calhoun might not be there by the time he sets foot on campus. He came away very impressed with assistant Kevin Ollie as well.
Despite the UConn visit going so well, Joseph maintains that he is open in his recruitment at this point. As the Rivals travel around the country, he should pick up interest from major programs from all over.