Offers abound for Mass Rivals players

Last summer, we got to see a lot of the Mass Rivals in Las Vegas and Los Angeles. This spring, Vin Pastore's group figures to be heavily watched again.
As he's beginning preparations to take his team out on the road, Pastore checked in with the latest on some of his players.
Headlining the Rivals group is 6-foot-8 combo forward Noah Vonleh, the sophomore at New Hampton (N.H.) Prep.
A rebounding machine with an emerging outside game, Pastore reports that Vonleh now has offers from Boston College, Syracuse, Kansas, Pittsburgh, Providence, Connecticut, Auburn, Arizona, Marquette, Florida, UCLA and Georgia Tech.
Additonally, Georgetown and North Carolina have been in to see Vonleh and are showing significant interest.
Next, Vonleh's high school and summer teammate Jeremy Miller has jumped up on college radars radars as well.
A fluid 6-foot-9 freshman with faceup ability, Miller is even drawing offers.
"Jeremy Miller from New Hampton got three offers in the last two weeks from Providence, Maryland, and Boston College," said Pastore. "A world of upside. A good start for him."
Finally, Pastore brought up to speed on the latest suitors for Kaleb Joseph.
A 6-foot-2 sophomore point guard at Ashburnham (Mass.) Cushing Academy, Joseph has already drawn offers from Boston College, Tennessee and Maryland while Penn State has been showing plenty of interest as well.
Because of their youth, none of the trio is very close to making a decision and remains open at this time.
They will all hit the trail with Mass Rivals who will be competing on the Adidas circuit this spring and summer.