Danny Carbuccia Receives Scholarship Offer from Dayton Flyers

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Danny Carbuccia, a 6-foot point guard from New York, announced Monday that he has gotten a scholarship offer from the Dayton Flyers.

According to, Carbuccia ranks 50th in the class of 2025, while puts him 102nd. He is a junior at Archbishop Stepinac in White Plains, New York.

In June, Xavier gave Carbuccia a scholarship. Other schools that have offered him scholarships include Saint Louis, Massachusetts, and St. Bonaventure.

Carbuccia competed for the Dominican Republic national team in the FIBA 16-U championships in 2021 and 17-U games in 2022. Dayton has a tie to the Dominican Republic through associate head coach Ricardo Greer, who played for the national team for 12 years. Koby Brea, the Flyers’ fourth-year guard, has Dominican ancestry.

Dayton has frequently recruited from New York City throughout the years, in part due to Greer’s contacts there. Brea is from Washington Heights, just like Greer. Malachi Smith, a junior guard, comes from the Bronx.

Dayton has granted scholarships to several players in the 2025 class. It’s too early to say how many scholarships will be available that season, but the Flyers could have a large recruiting class. Brea, Smith, Kobe Elvis, Nate Santos, and Enoch Cheeks might all be entering their final season of eligibility in 2024-25.



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