Post by blueandgray on Apr 19, 2012 17:13:32 GMT -5
California now leads NY as the state with the most kids applying to GU...by a wide margin. I have a sneaking suspicion that we will be getting more interest from west coast talent as jt3 and his assistants will start planting more seeds in Cali.
Post by rockcityhoya on Apr 19, 2012 17:30:39 GMT -5
Lots of open outside shots in our system. We lost 2 of only 3 guys on our team who shot above 35% from outside last year. In my opinion, once the ball gets past halfcourt a true pg doesnt matter much in our offense. Need shooters. Hope we go after him hard.
Im glad to hear that we are actively recruiting SFs because I do not believe that Otto will be at GTown for a Jr year. The kid is being mocked as a lottery pick for next years draft by some. I expect Otto to improve his game and raise his stock even more. I actually expect a similiar rise from Whitt. I dont expect Otto to be on the Hilltop for a Jr campaign unless we get to the Elite 8 or Final 4 and he decides for one more try for a Ship.........................
Doesn't surprise me. When he visted which was durning some Kenner action, he looked liked he was loving the visit and his mom seemed to as well, I believe she is princeton educated. Othella and Kirby were showing them around the gym and pointing out the Freshmen who were playing.
Post by DoctorHoya on Apr 20, 2012 17:56:15 GMT -5
From ESPN: Hoyas on top for one of West's best?
Georgetown appears to be on solid ground with its recruitment of San Francisco standout Stephen Domingo (St. Ignatius). The smooth 6-foot-6 small forward is one of the West's top recruits in 2013 and is ESPN's No. 28 recruit in the class.
According to Scout.com's Recruiting Report on Thursday, the Hoyas appear to have separated themselves from the pack in Domingo's recruitment. "Domingo has remained open throughout the recruiting process and while he isn't naming leaders, popular belief around his recruitment is that Georgetown is currently the team to beat. Others, such as Harvard and Stanford are involved, but the Hoyas enter the spring doing the best job with Domingo."
Most of the Pac-12 is reportedly after Domingo, including the likes of Washington, Arizona and Cal, so there are many different directions this recruitment could turn in the months ahead.
- Joe Kaiser
Last Edit: Apr 20, 2012 17:56:36 GMT -5 by DoctorHoya
Post by alleninxis on Apr 22, 2012 15:21:51 GMT -5
Rivals blurb from this weekend in Las Vegas:
It's pretty well known that Stephen Domingo can shoot the lights out from deep. So, it hasn't been surprising to see him draining three pointers. However, the 6-foot-7 four-star wing has gotten stronger and was much more aggressive on the glass than he's been in the past.