Despite a foot injury that limited his action this spring, Dennard Abraham has seen quite of bit of early recruiting interest from schools up and down the eastern seaboard.
The Baltimore native first came to the attention of many hoop observers last July at the adidas Big Time Tournament in Las Vegas, where he helped the Baltimore Select squad reach the semis of the 300+ team tournament. He teamed with George Washington signee Jai Lewis to form a burly and intimidating low post presence for opponents last summer.
Abraham transferred to Notre Dame Academy in Virginia last fall, averaging 15 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks per game for Larry Cullinane's program in 2001-2002.
Abraham said he has around a 2.4 GPA and just took the SAT this past weekend, June 1.
Because he is entering his fifth year of high school, Abraham will not be attending the adidas ABCD Camp in New Jersey next month. He will instead attend the first session of the Eastern Invitational Basketball Clinic, as well as the adidas Three Stripes Tournament in New York and the adidas Big Time Tournament in Las Vegas.
Providence, Temple, George Washington, Massachusetts, Rutgers, Towson, and Loyola of Maryland were just a few schools Abraham has said he is interested in.