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Bulldogs Recruiting: Top target visits Butler

With the Big East making recruiting headlines as of late with big and talented 2014 classes being built, the conference continues to grow and bring in more and more talent on a regular basis.

Today, Butler is looking to keep that conference momentum going as they host former Miami (FL) and Orlando native, Adonys Henriquez.


A top 150 recruit according to Rivals150 rankings, Henriquez is someone who figures to make a big impact right away at whichever program he winds up competing for. He is a very athletic, skilled player on the wing for his 6-7 frame and is very efficient getting to the basket and finishing.

So, it goes without saying that this is a big visit for the Butler program. Right now, the 2014 class has one person committed with forward Tyler Wideman from Lake Central, but someone like this could really get the ball rolling.

Many people do, however, consider him a Central Florida lean and he plans on visiting the in-state sometime soon. Still, the fact that he is in Indianapolis pays dividends for the Bulldogs as they look to make an impression on the very talented 2014 prospect.

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