Now a household name in the class of 2019, Cleveland (Ohio.) Villa Angela-St. Joseph forward Alonzo Gaffney capped off a big July with a run of offers. Holding scholarships from some of the nation's top programs, Gaffney finds himself vying for five-star status after blossoming and showcasing a Brandon Ingram-type upside.

"It was crazy," Gaffney told NY2LA Sports. "My dad and I were really excited. We've been putting in a lot of time in the gym and it paid off in a big way. I'm really grateful for all those offers."

Gaffney picked up all 11 of his offers in the month of July. He broke down some of the latest schools to pull the trigger.

Florida: “It’s a huge one for me. I really don’t know too much about them, but I know it’s a great program. I have a lot of interest in them.” 

Georgetown: “That’s a great program. My dad is actually good friends with Lou (Louis) Orr. It sounds like a great place to be.”

Kansas: “Always been a great program. They were the number one team not long ago. They just had Josh Jackson, who’s a player I feel like I play like. Bill Self is a great coach and it’s an all-around great place.”

Louisville: “Great school that’s produced a lot great guards such as Trey Lewis, Terry Rozier, V.J. King. They’ve developed and had very good careers.”

Ohio State: “That’s always felt like home. It’s a great place. Always grew up watching Ohio State basketball and going to football games.”

Michigan State, North Carolina, and Wisconsin are among the programs expressing interest going into the fall. Should the Tar Heels offer, they could be dangerous in Gaffney’s recruitment. 

“North Carolina has always been my dream school,” he said. “That’s a school I feel like could offer soon and that would be great.” 

Gaffney has no visits set for the fall. He said Michigan State, Ohio State, Louisville, West Virginia, Kansas, and Georgetown are all potential stops before his junior season.  The 6-foot-8, 180-pound forward doesn’t plan on making a decision until after next July.  “I want to play right away,” he said. “A place I can call home with great coaches and great people.”

Gaffney plays for Ohio Basketball Club during the travel season.