2023 four-star center Isaiah Miranda isn’t stressing about his recruitment


While this recruiting cycle has seen many class of 2023 recruits make the early call and commit to a college, it’s unlikely you’ll see a decision from 4-star forward Isaiah Miranda anytime soon. “I’m trying to enjoy every little aspect of it,” Miranda said. “I feel like I like it more than anything because it still pushes me to go harder for offers I still don’t have yet." (Zag's Blog)

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2023 four-star center Isaiah Miranda isn’t stressing about his recruitment


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