As we get closer to the high school season, players from the 2022 class continue to fly off the board. One of the most recent players to make his college commitment was Ryan Conwell. The 6’3” guard of Pike High School in Indianapolis and the EG10 program chose the University of South Florida. 

While Conwell has more than proved to be one of the most skilled 2022 guards in all of Indiana, it took until June of this year for him to receive his first scholarship offer from a division one school. With the unique recruitment landscape over the past eighteen months, it took a bit longer for Conwell’s recruitment to gain traction. However, once coaches were able to see him in person, the guard was able to garner a long list of offers for himself.   

Over the summer months Conwell became one of the most popular names amongst college coaches in the entire nation. “The summer with EG10 was great. I feel like we had a great summer and competed with a high level of competition. We were blessed with opportunities to play in front of coaches and I’m thankful for that.”

Conwell ending up narrowing his list to a final ten of Appalachian State, Charlotte, Indiana State, Middle Tennessee State, Murray State, Nevada, Northern Kentucky, Virginia Tech, Wichita State as well to his future school, South Florida. The commitment comes after Conwell took his official visit down to Tampa just over two weeks ago. When talking about his visit, he said “Me and the family loved everything about the visit.” 

While he had a final ten colleges, it ultimately came down to three schools that Conwell was considering. “It was really down to them (South Florida), Appalachian State, and Murray State. They all showed great love and support, but it felt as if USF was the right place for me to go achieve my goals and dreams.”

“I really liked the coaches and felt as if I has the best relationship with them,” was the first thing Conwell said on what he liked most about his future college. Also stating, “I felt like it was a great position for me to come in and make an impact and stand out while playing in a good conference and also the academic side was very nice as well.”

When talking about his future of playing for South Florida, Conwell said “I feel like I can come in and impact right away as they are losing a couple of players, but I feel like I will fit in.”