Isaac Rosefelt, a live-bodied 6'8'' 195 pound combo forward from St. Thomas Academy in Minneapolis, Minnesota, has seen his stock continue to rise with his summer play, and is currently hearing from a long list of schools.
Rosefelt has heard from Bowling Green, Centenary, Kansas State, Boston University, Drake, Northern Iowa, Cornell, Dartmouth, Furman, Lamar, Belmont, Rice, and Boise State. Rosefelt has lined up an official visit with Bowling Green for September 13th. He will host Bowling Green, Boston University, Northern Iowa, Furman, and Lamar for in-home visits. The dates are firm for Lamar and Furman, as members of the schools' staffs will visit on September 11th and September 17th.
"I'm open to anywhere," said Rosefelt.
Rosefelt may wait and see some schools before making a commitment.
Rosefelt caught the eye of RivalsHoops.com by way of his athleticism at The Three Stripes Tournament at Hofstra University. Isaac is a quick leaper, unafraid to mix it up despite his lithe frame. Rosefelt will need to get stronger for the next level, but the fact that he has not been playing the game very long coupled with his athletic gifts make him a prospect who could really blossom for a college program over the next couple of years.
"He really blossomed in Kansas City(at the Jerry Mullen Camp)," said Rex Holland from Team Minnesota. "He improved so much over the last week of July."
Rosefelt transferred from St. Paul Central High School in Minneapolis to St. Thomas Academy, one of the more academically challenging schools in the state of Minnesota. He joins another Division I prospect, Dan Fitzgerald.
Rosefelt carries a 3.6 GPA in the classroom. He has scored a 21 on the ACT, but will take the test again.