Chris Mullin offered a slew of 2017 prospects earlier this week, but the coaching staff may not be finished filling out the roster for this upcoming season.
Former Pittsburgh commit, Maverick Rowan, is in the process of reclassifying to 2015 and will visit St. John's on Monday, according to Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports and Adam Zagoria of SNY.
Rowan is currently slotted as the 30th ranked player on ESPN's top 100 list for 2016 (that will obviously change when the decision is official) and is the 8th best small forward in the class.
The 6'6" 4-star small forward from Fort Lauderdale cut his list down to UCLA, St. John's, Louisville (took an official), Wisconsin, North Carolina State and North Carolina in the beginning of June, but there are rumors that he is now down to four schools. St. John's has multiple scholarships still available for 2015 so there is no question they will invest their time into trying to add this dynamic wing player.
Rowan, who plays his high school ball at Cardinal Gibbons in Florida, is a skilled, versatile talent that can score in bunches due to his quick release, excellent shooting stroke and size. He also has the ability to create for others with solid passing, a high basketball IQ and improved ball handling skills.
During his playing days, Maverick's father, Ron, transferred to St. John's and played alongside Mullin for 28 games. He helped the 1984-85 team to a 31-4 record and averaged 14 points per game in his senior season.
The Johnnies can offer plenty of playing time for Rowan, who would fit in alongside a backcourt that features returnee Felix Balamou, Missouri State transfer Ron Mvouika, Pittsburgh transfer Durand Johnson, freshman Malik Ellison and point guard Marcus LoVett.
After losing Rysheed Jordan and four talented seniors, this would be an impressive late addition for the Johnnies, who could use Rowan's scoring and length to increase their depth.