Busy Summer For 2026 G Gabriel Sularski

The recruitment of Gabriel Sularski has continued to greatly grow over the past several months to where he is widely considered the top prospect in Illinois’ 2026 class and a top one hundred players nationally in his class. As well to the growing recruitment, the 6’6” guard of the Meanstreets program had a change in high schools plus attended the Nike Elite 100 Camp.

Most recently in the recruitment of Sularski was a visit to nearby DePaul back in the middle of June. “The visit at DePaul went very well,” the guard said on his visit to the Chicago school. “I was able to take a small tour through their facilities and had a chance to see what their new facilities will look like in a few years. Had a chance to sit down with Coach Holtmann, Coach Owens, and the other assistants to talk about my game and about DePaul basketball.” Sularski received an offer from the new DePaul coaching staff on the visit. “The fact that DePaul is in Chicago is really neat. One hour away from home is appealing not only for me but also my family who wouldn’t have far to drive to see me play,” is what is standing out to him on DePaul. 

Following the DePaul visit for Sularski was the Nike Elite 100 Camp featuring many of the nation’s top high school players in the 2026 and 2027 classes. “Nike camp was great. I had a good time working with all the coaches and trainers throughout the day and playing competitive games at night. I learned a lot from the coaches and really took in their advice. Playing with the top players in the country was particularly special so I can measure myself up with them.”

After previously attending Benet Academy, Sularski is now going to Lemont High School. He has shined early on with his new high school throughout June at each of the Hoop Mountain, Riverside-Brookfield, and Ridgewood Shootouts. He called the transition to Lemont, “great”. Adding in on the move, “Coach Rick and the players have taken me in and made me feel really welcome. I’ve embraced a new role there as the point guard which I’ve always wanted to play. I’ve wanted to develop those skills and Lemont has allowed to do that.”

As well to the DePaul offer, Sularski has a lengthy list of them. His offer list also includes Illinois, Indiana, Michigan State, Missouri, Purdue, Tennessee, Wisconsin, among others. Next up he is planning on taking a visit to Oklahoma in the fall and is working on finalizing a few others. 

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