4-star recruit Aundre Hyatt picks LSU over Rutgers, Seton Hall

Hyatt, a New York native, has committed to LSU and will re-classify to the Class of 2018.
Watch video Four-star wing Aundre Hyatt, a New York native and top Rutgers and Seton Hall target, is headed south.
Hyatt committed to LSU on Monday, according to multiple reports, and will re-classify to the Class of 2018.
That means the Scarlet Knights will not be filling their last open scholarship slot with the heralded prospect, who projects shooting guard or small forward.
2019 prospect Aundre Hyatt has signed with LSU and will reclassify to 2018, per a source.
-- Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) August 6, 2018 Hyatt had long been on Rutgers' radar.
He took an official visit to campus in late June after graduating from Virginia's Miller School earlier this year.
Hyatt, who began his high school career at Archbishop Stepinac in White Plains, was among Rivals' top-100 players in its 2019 rankings and comes with a slew of offers from prominent programs, including Seton Hall.
Hyatt took a July official visit with the Pirates.  Rutgers is entering its third year under Pikiell. The Scarlet Knights went 15-19 this past season, finishing the season on a high note with a surprise run to the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal round at Madison Square Garden.
"I'm very confident in the build that we have," Pikiell said earlier this year.
"I know everyone wants 20, 25 wins -- that's (not) how it works.
I'd like that, too.
But you got to go through these tough times and we've gone through them but we've been in every game pretty much, and these guys keep fighting.
And we're growing the program." James Kratch may be reached at jkratch@njadvancemedia.com.
Follow him on Twitter @JamesKratch.
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