On the Trail
One of the quickest risers in the region last summer, Bostick’s recruiting stock went from “unknown” to “high-major recruit” in the span of about four months. He followed that up with a fairly quiet sophomore year on a talented and veteran team, so he’s still something of an unknown factor heading into a key summer. He’s a good athlete with an improving offensive arsenal; can get a little flashy at times but is creative at getting to the hoop and can knock down an open jumper with improving regularity. Has good length that allows him to guard all three perimeter positions on the defensive end, and is a hard worker in practice who will continue to improve. Needs to get more game experience to catch up with other players in his class who have been starting at their respective schools for a year or two already. –May 15, 2014
(April 22, 2014): Bostick will transfer from Math, Civics & Sciences (Pa.) to Roman Catholic (Pa.) for his junior season.
(October 12, 2013): While on an unofficial visit to Penn State, Bostick picked up an offer from the Nittany Lions; it’s his sixth overall and first high-major.
“It’s a blessing,” he told CoBL.”A Big Ten school has offered me, and I’m grateful for it. They’ve seen that my hard work is paying off. It’s a very nice school, I didn’t expect it to be this big, I like the coaches and everything, it’s a very good place to be.”
(September 16, 2013): Bostick added his fifth offer, from Drexel.
(August 10, 2013): Bostick currently holds four offers: LIU-Brooklyn, Robert Morris, James Madison and Florida International.
(July, 28, 2013): Bostick was offered by LIU-Brooklyn on the 28th, along with grabbing an offer from Robert Morris on the 26th, per MCS Coach Dan Jackson and CoBL’s Josh Verlin. His offers now stand at four, LIU-Brooklyn, Robert Morris, Florida International, and James Madison.
(July 24, 2013): Bostick told CoBL that he picked up his first two offers in Florida International and James Madison. He has interest from Creighton and Big Five schools, per Matt Breen of Philly.Com.