Hoyas looking to secure a top-notch Class of 2014.
With the season now comfortably (sort of) in the rear view mirror, the coaching staff is set to hit the recruiting trail as the "Live Period" for recruiting starts this weekend.
Johnson, a 6'10" center out of Elizabeth (NJ) St. Patrick High, has reclassified from the Class of 2014 and is now the best big man remaining on the board in the 2013 class.
As has been reported by HoyaReport.com, Josh Smith a UCLA transfer is visiting Georgetown this weekend.
Josh Smith, the junior center from UCLA who recently announced he was transferring from the program, is reportedly considering transferring to Georgetown, Kansas or Washington.
6'9" 285 pound center-forward Kennedy Meeks, Georgetown's top remaining target in the Class of 2013, is set to announce his college decision tomorrow between Georgetown and North Carolina.
Johnathan Williams III Chooses Missouri Over Georgetown, Michigan State, Tennessee (oh, and also George Mason!)
Roddy Peters, a Class of 2013 point guard from Suitland, Maryland will make his college announcement. According to InsideMDSports.com, Peters is set to announce Tuesday morning at 9 am.
According to this article, Rick Pitino and Louisville have emerged as a serious contender to land 2013 F Akoy Agau. Agau, a 6'8" power forward out of Nebraska, is currently ranked #46 in ESPN's Top 100 Recruits in the Class of 2013 and was previously
Roddy Peters, a 6'4" point guard out of District Height, Maryland, is taking an unofficial visit to Georgetown today.