It has been a big couple of day for Angelo Ciaravino. As well to helping Mt. Carmel High School win a regional championship in the Illinois state tournament on Friday, the junior has also just added his third division one scholarship offer. 

In a win over Bogan in the regional finals, the 6’6” wing guard had a dominant performance scoring 32 points. This raised his scoring average to 15.1 points on the season to go along with 5.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists, and 1.7 steals. 

The newest offer for Ciaravino was from Miami University (OH). “Very thankful and grateful for the coaching staff for believing in my game,” he said about picking up his latest offer. He had previously received offers from both Southern Illinois and Wisconsin-Green Bay. 

The Miami (OH) coaching staff has been showing plenty of interest in Ciaravino throughout this high school season. “Assistant coach Holmes made it out a game early in the year. We talked after the game and he loved what he saw. We have been in contact since. Coach Holmes and Head Coach Travis Steele came out to our senior night game and I was able to chat with them and had a long conversation about Miami Ohio.”

Even early in the process, there are already a few things he likes about the newest school to offer. “I love that they keep in contact with me. They constantly wish me luck before game and always check in on me. They also really believe in what I have to bring to the table in years to come. It’s great that I believe in myself already and to have them on board with that is amazing. They are really great people aside from basketball.”

As well to the offers, Belmont, Indiana State, Loyola Chicago have also been showing interest in the junior. Ciaravino and Mt. Carmel will continue their run in the Illinois state tournament on Wednesday up against Hyde Park.