Sunday turned out to be a pretty good day for Murray State head coach Steve Prohm and his program. The Racers didn't just add one frontcourt player, but two.
The day started off as 6-foot-8 center Zabius Henderson from Monroe (La.) Neville committed on the tail end of his official visit.
It got even better a little later when 6-foot-6 combo forward Eric McCree from Ocoee (Fla.) High committed as well.
An interior player with length and a body to build on, Henderson projects as a guy who can bang for rebounds and provide a physical post presence. His offense is still in need of development, but he's got good hands and runs the floor pretty well.
In the case of McCree, the Racers have landed a guy who could be an immediate impact player in the Ohio Valley Conference.
A combo forward with the strength and athleticism to score near the hoop, McCree also has the touch to step out and bury jumpers to the three point line. An excellent transition finisher,McCree is rated as a three-star prospect.