Big news, so let's get right to it. According to this report from Premier Ball, small forward Stephen Domingo (San Francisco, Calif./St. Ignatius) will be enrolling at Georgetown immediately in preparation to join the Hoyas for the 2012-2013 season:
Both his mother and father support this decision and think that he will have an opportunity to advance academically and athletically at the highest level. Domingo has all his credits finished and will skip the traditional high school ceremony. He helped the USA U17 team beat Spain and win the gold medal over the weekend. This situation is familiar to Georgetown, as Hollis Thompson graduated high school early (and a year young) to enroll there. Domingo just turned 17.
Domingo's sharpshooting will immediately fill the void created by Hollis Thompson, who left Georgetown after his junior season. Domingo will now join the 2012 Class which already includes 6'3" D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera, 6'10" forward Brandon Bolden, and 6'11" center Bradley Hayes.
Stephen Domingo is a good student, and with his high bball IQ and 3-pt shooting, a great fit for Georgetown's Princeton O.— James Kerti (@jameskerti) July 11, 2012
More analysis to follow, but clearly this changes EVERYTHING.