Colorado hosts four-star class of 2024 forward Sebastian Rancik on an official visit
Recruiting is almost non-stop when it comes to college sports, and the CU Buffs men’s basketball program is hard at work trying to add to its 2024 class.
Sebastian Rancik is head coach Tad Boyle’s latest target, and he recently got the opportunity to check out Boulder for himself.
On Thursday, Rancik posted pictures from his official visit rocking Buffaloes gear. The 6-foot-9, 210-pound forward is considered a four-star recruit in the 2024 cycle, according to 247Sports. A native of Slovenia, he has been playing his high school ball in California at JSerra Catholic.
CU faces some competition within the Pac-12 for the services of Rancik as he holds offers from Arizona State, UCLA and USC.
Sko Buffs??? #notcommitted #officialvisit pic.twitter.com/aL4uwdZp4S
— Sebastian Rancik (@RancikSebastian) May 11, 2023
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