Reggie Cameron's commitment to Georgetown yesterday was obviously big news for the program. Below are some links for you to enjoy as you battle through your Thursday.
Reggie Cameron commits to Georgetown Hoyas - NCAA Basketball - Sporting News
“Georgetown’s style of play is ideal for Reggie to excel,” Cameron’s AAU coach, Jimmy Salmon, told SportsNet New York. “Their academic reputation is second to none and the school atmosphere fits the whole person. We expect great things out of Reg. He’s been a true Playa for his entire life and like most other decisions he’s made, this is a great one.
Top NJ hoops prospect Reggie Cameron of Hudson Catholic picks Georgetown - NYPOST.com
The 6-foot-7 small forward picked John Thompson III’s program over Virginia, Michigan, N.C. State, Seton Hall, Miami and UConn.
Reggie Cameron to Georgetown | ZagsBlog.com
Cameron pulled the trigger after an official visit to the Big East school this past weekend in which he was was hosted by former Playa Jabril Trawick.
Notebook: Georgetown nabs shooting forward Reggie Cameron - CBSSports
Georgetown loves shooting forwards for its system -- and the Hoyas got one of the best in 2013 on Wednesday, as Reggie Cameron pledged to the Hoyas.
H.S. Boys Basketball: Reggie Cameron II commits to Georgetown - NorthJersey.com
Reggie Cameron and his older brother, Orlando, felt as though they were the only ones in their neighborhood rooting for North Carolina the night Michael Jordan became Michael Jordan by beating Georgetown in the 1982 national championship game. Three decades later, father and uncle suddenly find themselves unabashed Georgetown fans.
Not dead yet: Big East still a big deal to basketball recruits - NCAA Basketball - Sporting News
Walking among the living on the recruiting trail, Big East members have secured 16 commitments from players ranked among the top 115 prospects by Rivals.com, the latest being 6-7 forward Reggie Cameron of Princeton, N.J. He is the No. 84 prospect and chose Georgetown on Wednesday, according to ESPN recruiting analyst Dave Telep.