Tony Bennett offers 4-star Class of ’24 guard Abraham from Warrenton

By Jerry Ratcliffe


Tony Bennett has offered another member of the recruiting class of 2024 in 6-foot-7 guard Isaiah Abraham of Warrenton. Abraham announced the offer on his Twitter account on Saturday night.

“They love the way that I play and my motor on the court,” Abraham told prior to Saturday’s offer. “They are interested in me getting on campus and taking a visit. They are also contacting me frequently.”

The Warrenton 4-star is ranked the No. 69 overall prospect in the nation for the 2024 class by Rivals, No. 73 by 247Sports composite and No. 55 by On3. He is rated the No. 4 prospect in the state of Virginia for ‘24 by 247.

Abraham plays at Paul VI, the same program that produced former Duke player Trevor Keels, now in the NBA.

Virginia is the latest to jump on board with an offer, but Abraham previously held offers from Virginia Tech, Maryland, UConn, Kansas State, Marquette, Georgetown and Wichita State, among others.

He is considered a blossoming star, with some early comparisons to Paul George because of his length, versatility, his threat as a scorer and his ability to defend most any position on the court. Abraham, who said he plans to visit UVA, can also create his own shot off the dribble.

Click below to check out Abraham in recent action at the Pangos All-American Camp (he’s wearing No. 56 in red):